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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912. 7 B
j AIL KINDS
t OF GLASSES
!' -.A , ;
, Arc made here in our own shop.
I ; Wc nro lens grinders and after
.1 testing your eyes, grind the lenBes
j to BUlt whatever defect we find la
H ; causing eyo strain. If you don't
5 need glasses wo will tell you so.
I J. T. RUSHMER OPTICAL CO..
2464 Wash Avo.
Our Fresh Meat
Is t&ae best that
money can iswy
1 Our RaneSi Eggs
Are absolutely fresh; they cost
g inoney but that's not our fault,
3 doz 50c,
)'M (Any eggs retailing for less
3 are CALLED fresh).
,9 FOR YOUR MINCE TVTRAT
-3 Finest fresh meat, 3 lbs... 25c
5m Now package raisins, 3 for. 26c
Best cleaned currants, 3 for 85c
Fancy Rhode I, Greening ap
ples, bushel $1.50
New Citron Peel, lemon and
Orange, pound 17c
,.f High Pat. Flour (with 50c cash
N order), sack $1.00
I Smifii gw&7
I 26th and Wash.
I Phone 91.
dS :EAST AND RETURN
foffden and Salt Lake
I City , .
-ftMlceourl River points $40.00
I28t- Louie, Mo 551.00
SpCn'caQ0! "I $59.50
jlj f Also reduced rates to other points,
j2 Stop-overs Allowed
Jilt-, November 23rd, 25th. Ro-
"Sm L Dates ( turn Limit, January 31st,
if i ..of.. J 1913.
9 .SaU. ( December 21st, 23rd. Re
jW tur.n Limit Feb. 28th, 1913
Mjftpop further Information and rates
PQ from other points, address
m E. R. LEIS,
ijH F General Agent,
l Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fe
M ' 233 Judge Building,
jm I Salt Lake City, Utah.
I BRACE UP
SI I THE
yd k PEERLESS
JS t SHOULDER BRACE
m EXPANDS THE LUNGS
W INSURES DEEP BREATHING
I DRUG CO.
SH Prescription Specialists.
12463 Wash. Ave.
Choicest and latest patterns
1 in Dinnerware at prices to suit
tofll all. New arrivals every day
Wk of fancy china.
m E. A. OLSEN
jjjfl 2259 Wash. Phone 1100.
IrWINS BLESS A
H MONROE HOME
1mm. Paul Beemcr announced the arrival
pjipf twin girls at his home, 2124 Mon
55"oc avonuc. by wearing a smile that
&fhvnuld not come off
iJBfc 'l"he oung ladies arrived yesterday
ftpiornlng and since then the city pas
sHnger asent of the Ilarrlman lines
HSpas been receiving congratulations,
sonic of his friends wishing him many
Bgwoturns of the day
nWft Juvenile delinquency The subject
ufflftf Juvenile delinquency was discussed
jB'y Judgo V. C Gunnoll before the
fBarents' class at the Fourth ward
4BHa'eetlng house yesterday morning
l9Hf dead tho Classified Ad.
Por Editorial, l.'em aid Society
Department. Call Only Phono No
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No, 56
The Fourth! ward social, which was
to be held November 20, has been
postponed to the first Wednesday in
Recovering Detective Geo, Ward
law will goon be on duty aagln. For
tho past few days ho has been con
fined to his home with an attack of
appendicitis, but he is now convalcs
The best NUT COAL offered to the
public at the lowest prices. Try It
and be convinced. $1 75 per ton de
livered. Frank Mooro Coal Co.. Phone
Speak on Foreign Lands William
Moyes and Hagbert Anderson spoke
during the evening meeting at the
Second Ward meeting house yester
day, on their recent trips to Europe
Mr. Anderson related incidents of his
Norway visit and Mr Moycs told
some stories concerning Scotland.
The Royal Neighbors will meet in
tho Reese Howell Hall, every first
and third Tuesday evenings of each
month onWashington Avenue. Lil
lian Newton, Rec,
Juvenile Court Convention Tho Ju
veulle Court association of Utah will
hold Its convention at .the Hotel Utah
on November 27. and will meet at two
sessions. A general discusson of pos
sible menus for increasing tho effi
ciency of juvenile court work, taken
from the viewpoint of local needs, will
be a prominent feature of the program
Another Biibject for discussion will be
how the forces of the juvenile courts
may be fully utilized In assisting the
work of the public schools.
What can you buy for five cents
that represents as much as a loaf of
Blue Ribbon Bread?
Charles E. Fisher has moved into
his new grocery store and Is ready for
business. The store is located at the
corner of Monroe and Twenty-fifth
street, opposite the Ogden high
KIrke-ndall Undertaking Co., Mason
is temple. Phone 150.
Women Are Thankful Tho officers
. of the Relief society of the Fourth
ward desire to thank all those who
contributed In any way loward mak
ing their bazaar the success that It
The butter that would please roy
altythat's B &. Q.
Return From Zion Mrs. A. A. Mc
Brlde and daughter, Ruth, returned
from Salt Lake last evening, after vis
iting w .h Mrs. McBride's mother a
Investigate our rree Introductorv of
fer on beers, wines and liquors. Fo
ley's. From Rock Springs Assistant Sec
retary E. S. Holapp of the Amalga
mated Sugar com panj returned last
evening from Rock Springs, where he
spent a couple of days looking after
Call 303 when you want beer, wlccs
or liquors. Foley's
Mission Services Friday evening
Union Mission services are to bo held
In the Presbyterian church. This is
homo mission in the churches
throughout the United States.
Ccl 421 for the nows. editorial anrt
6ocIety departments of the Standard.
Case Without a Jury In Judge
Howell's division of the district court
today the case of the First National
bank against William Driver and Son
Drug company Is being tried without
a jurv. Tho suit was instituted by
tho bank to recover $3,880 alleged to
be due on certain promissory notes.
The defendant drug business ceased
to do business a number of months
Old papers for salo at this 'offlco;
25c per hundred.
Delinquent Taxes County Treas
urer Alma D. Chambers and his corps
of clerks have been busy the past few
days receiving tax money, nnd tho
busy time will not closo until this
evening, theie being a large number
of taxpayers at the receivers' win
dows today. Of the $675,000 due the
county for taxes this year only about
$420,000 ha3 been collected.
From Denver Frank Q. Cannon,
formerly with tho O'Neill Construction
company of thi3 city, but now with
the Denver Gas and Electric company
of Denver, is visiting with Mr, and
Mrs. James H Douglas Mr Cannon
Is accompanied by his daughter, Mar-
I tha Lucille.
I Inspector Departs Inspector Frank
lin W. Reed of the national forest
I service left the city this afternoon for
I California, where he will remain a
ihort time before departing for Wash.
1 ington. Ho has been In the city the
Kennedy Estate A decree of dis
tribution has been granted in the es
tate of W. W. Kennedy, deceased.
Will Choose New Members The
annual meeting of the board of trus
tees ot.tho Doe Memorial hospital will
be held' early In December for the pur
pose of selecting four new menibern
for three-year tearms. The board is
composed of twelve mombors, four be
ing chosen each year to serve for
Gives to Library A valuable addi
tion to the new library recently estab
lished nt the Osden High school has
been received in the form of a library
edition of Thomas Jefferson's workB.
Miss Beatrice Plngree is the donor.
Advertisers must have their copy
readv for the Evening Standard tho
evoning before the day on vhich ..he
advertisement is 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 13-14, 2411 WASH AVE.
9 TO 1:30 A.; 1 TO 5 P., 7 TO 8 P.
Menu For Breakfast, Dinner and Supper For a Family of Five im
Which the Cost Per Meal Ranges From 21 Cents to 41 Cents
How Wheat Cakes Are Made Smoked Ham Gravy Potato
Balls Twelve Dollars Saved Each Month on an
Income of ?80. ,
The following menu, in tho Stand
ard's contest, Is .worthy of close
Corn Meal Mush ? -05
Mapleieuo syrup 05
Butter .. -. 0j
Total $ -l
To make corn meal mush take two
quarts of boiling water, Btir the meal
in slow until spoon stands alone Put
In granite pan and lot stand till cold.
Slice and fry in lard till well brown
Beef Shank $ ,
Potatoes, holed -
Cabbago, boiled "
Baked applcB 05
llron rl 0o
Coffee :."..' 03
Total $ 3l
Sliced cold meat .' $ 05
Fried potatoes 0..
Fried onions v- "
Fresh apples 0&
Bread .. -. Oo
Total $ !
Wheat Cakes ? 0
Maplelcne syrup 05
Smoked haul gravy 06
Total ? ?
To make wheat cakes take one
quart of buttermilk, 2 cups of water,
thicken with flour to a smooth bat
ter; beat up one egg with one table
spoonful of sugar and one-half tea
spoon of salt and a level teaspoontul
of baking soda, stir Into batter until
To make raaplelene syrup take one
cup of sugar and pour two cups of
boiling water over It. then add six
dropB of maplelene Let stand over
To mako smoked ham gravy take o
cents worth of smoked ham and chop
fine; fry with one tablespoonful of lard
and one tablespoonful of flour until
well browned. Then add one cup of
milk and one cud of water, season to
taste, boll till thick.
Mutton Stev $ .10
Baked bean3 00
Apple pie 08
Total ? '37
Potato balls .. . .' ? -05
Cinnamon rolls v 0
Apple sauce 0-1
Sugar - 03
Breed t 0o
Total 5 -20
To make potato ball3 take four
cups of mashed potatoes, beat one egg
with one-half cup of milk, mix togeth
er, fry In lard.
Groceries for one month:
Flour 5 4.G0
Squash .' 50
Canned goods LOO
Box apples L25
Butter '. 1'CO
Corn meal 1-00
Eggs ;.. !-50
Maplelene svrup L20
Baking powder 25
Baking soda 10
Material for washing 75
Meat t COO
Evening Standard -. ... .75
War Cry 20
Snturday Evening Post 20
Money In bank 12 20
We have a family of fhe.
MRS. E. W.
ROBERTSON After an Illness for
two years from heart and kidney
trouble, George W. Robertson died
yesterday afternoon at 130 o'clock nt
his home, 248 1-2 Twenty-ninth
street. Mr. Robertson was bom In
Sussex, England, May yj, 1852, and
came to Utah twenty-six years ago.
He was an employe of the Southern
Pacific shopB for several years. Ills
wife and four children, George C. and
William Robertson of Ogden, and Mm.
Eliza Driver of Salt Lake and Miss
Sarah Robertson of Ogden. survive
him. - Funeral services will be held
In thp First ward meeting house to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock with
Bishop ?Jnalgn presiding. Tho re
mains may be vlowed at tho resldcnco
omorrow from 10 a, m. until 1 p. m.
Burial will take place at the Ogdou
City comotery. I
ELIZA ANN FREELAND.
Mrs. Eliza Ann Frcoland, aged sixty-nine
years, wife of Hugh P'rqeland
and daughter of Samuel and Sapah
Buckley Barber, died yesterday Mrs.
Freeland was born November 21,
IS 13, In Lancashire, England, and
came to this state thlrty-ioui years
ago after being converted to the
church of Latter-day Saints. Ogden
has been her home since that time
Funeral services will bo held Thurs
day at one o'clock In the Seventh
ward, Bishop M. L Jones ofllciallns.
Tho remains may be viewed Wed
nesday at Lar'cln s undertaking par
lors and Thursday from 9 until 12.30
at 900 Canyon road Interment In
Ogden City cemetery.
SHOT BY A
Through an accidental discharge of
a .45 calibre revolver In tho hands ol
Wlllard w'llllams, Luther S Cutllp
was shot thiough the left lung yes
terday afternoon Tho accident oc
curred in room 39 of the ldanha ho
tel, while Williams was examining a
revolver which ho claims was pawned
to him by a shecpherder and which
he did not know was loaded. Dr Lorln
F. Rich, who Is attending Cutllp, states
that while tlu Injury Is serious, the
young man has a chance to recover
unless pneumonia or other complica
Mrs. II. Lyman, tho proprietress of
the hotel, rushed into tho room whori
she heard tho shot and found the
young man lying on the floor bleed
ing copiously. Williams was crying
out that It was an accident and that
ho had not Intended to injure His
friend, but that the gun was discharg
ed wlille he was examining it. The
landlady called Dr Lorln F Rich
and the phslcian had the wounded
man removed to his home. GS4 Twenty-fourth
Btreet No knowledge of
the afTalr came to the police until
thiee hours later and no arrests were
According to tho register, room 39
is occupied by J M. Harbertson, but
Williams Is his room-mate. The
friends of the young men state that
they had been carrying liquor to the
room during tho day and wore in-,
toxlcatcd when the accident occurred
Williams, however denied thnt thuj
had been drinking.
Williams is employed by the Mun
eoy cigar store on Twenty-fifth street
and Hudson avenue, as a night clerk
and he reported for duty last night as
usual In a statement given out Jast
night he said that he and Cutllp had
been good friends for several years
and that the shooting was-entiroly ac
cidental. J. M. Harbertson was In the room
at the time of the Hhootlng and he
also states that Cutlip was wounded
in an accidental manner.
Three drunks appeared before
Judge Rceder in police court this morn
ng and there is no doubt but that
their lucky stars wore In tho ascend
ant for all escaped with suspended
M. J. Sweeney hoaded the list mado
out by Clerk Isaac Fulton and he
pleaded guilty when the charge of
drunkenness wns read to him.
Sweeney was arrested when he re
fused to lcu;o the Salvation Army
rooming house when ordctcd to do so
becnuso he was drunk. He told the
judge that he h3d been In Ogden since
election day and has been a law abid
ing citizen during that time When
asked where ho was working, he
confessed that he had been loafing
but had bcou living from $71 which he
had upon his arrival. Ho thanked tho
judge when told tht he could go.
After going to ono cigar factorv to
get work, Arthur Genoreaux, a cigar
maker, met "tho boys" and in a r-ort
time was in no condition to ivquirc
further for work He was u7rcst(1
Suturdav morning and has scent thy
time sinoe then In the city ;aii. He
nromised the judge that he would look
for work and would go to some other
town if ho did not get a job. Tic was
released on his promise to be good
in tho future.
J. Ford pleaded guilty to drunken
ness but stated that he had a job to
go to and was released to tnko up
Mrs Moffctt, Mrs Moyer and Mrs.
Richcy will entertain the women of
First Presbyterian church Thursday
afternoon at the residence of Mrs.
Richey, 2414 Madison avenue.
The Ladles' auxiliary of ho Span
ish War veterans met Wednesday
ovcnlug at the home or Mrs. Janio
J Knight, 370 Twenty-third street The
evening was passed most pleasantly
in progressive high Ave. Ladles
prizes weie won by Mrs. Gallagher
and Mrs Greenwood; gentlemen's
prizes by Messrs. Inslebretsen and
Peckeupuugh, after which a delicious
lunch was served. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Peckenpaugh, Mr.
I INDEPENDENT MEAT CO. I I
Phone 23 2420 Washington Ave. Phone 23 H
United States Inspected Meats I
Loin Mutton Chops, per pound He Link Sausage, per pound 10c
Jll Shoulder Mutton Chops, per pound . . . . 7c Loin Pork Chops, per pound . .15c I H
Shoulder Pork Cfiops, per pound . . .12V2C U
Follow the Crowds ' I
I INDEPENDENT MEAT CO. I
The word "HOME" and what it stands for, harmonizes, with all the best we know, and
helps strengthens us in nobility of life and purpose. There isno other institution so jealously H
guarded by law and custom. Whatever will in any way add to the stability and influence of H
your HOME is therefore of pre-eminent importance. The only time when home attains the full M
meaning of the word is the evening. And what would your home be without light? H
What incident in the life of our great Lincoln is more pathetic than his doggedly reading H
borrowed law books by the light of only the wood fire in his log cabin home? H
This is the age of ELECTRICITY. The Dark Ages are behind us. M
No architect could think of designing a MODERN HOME without electricity. .
Edison, in 1880, began placing hot, burning soot producing light in vacuum bulbs of .glass,
and from there has finally developed the new latest Mazda Lamps. H
All that is required to make your homebetter lighted than the palaces of five years ago
is a little study of the subject, and a right use of the latest Masda Lamps. M
- Another Reduction I
In Price I
THEY STAND BOTH JOLTS AND VOLTS. H
ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. I
Opposite Court House Phone 88. G. W. BARLOW, Pres.
yHk for Winter I
A telephone is fust as much needed as your jl
supply of coal. It will save you many cold trips I
Join the Bell Family and enjoy the winter
Gall two six hundred for particulars
if The Mountain States Telephone and I
-.ffl' Telegraph Company I
and Mrs. Inglcbretsen, Mr Drew, Mr.
and Mrs. Manzoll; Mesdumcs Hansen,
Morteusen, )largl. Walters, Galla
gher, Greenwood and Knight.
Goes to Salt Lake -Loroy Arm
strong oL tho Examiner will leave Og
den on December 1 to tulto charge of
Goodwin's Weekly lu Salt Lake.
Mrs A H. llPwood, who was the
yu'est or Miss Frances Phillips of Salt
Lake City, has returned to this cLy.
Mls3 Phillips Is a former classmate
at St. Mary's academy.
Quoon Esther chapter No. I. O. E.
S. will give a tea social In the Ma
onic parlor Friday, November 22nd,
from two until tUe p. in. Visiting!
members Invited. -'
George II. Day of Snllda, Colo,,
chairman of the Trainmen, spent Sat
urday in Ogdeu aa the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. A Schercr. 27S1 Grant av
onuo : 1
Thuisday evening. November 21. lo
cal council 037. Kojal Arcunum, will
entertain Supreme Regent F D- ,c
Kndden of Rlchmoud, Va., and the
Salt Lake council of Royal Arcanum.
The arfair will bo an opn meeting
and will be held at the Eagles hall
on Hudson avenue. "
A sumptuous repast will be served,
! Captain Hutauiskl acting as toast- jH
I master H
All members are urged to be pres- H
LEFT YESTERDAY. IH
Mrs. II. L. Bell, wife of Assistant fM
Superintendent Bell of the Southorr M
Pacific, left yesterday for a ten days" M
visit to Nesada and California points. H
Mi 3. .1 O'Connor and small ilaugh- H
teis lnue returned from a visit with M
Mrs. O'Connor's sisters, Mrs. J. J H
Harvey, and Mrs. M. A. Burke, who M
resldo In Salt Lake City. M
LOST Daisy shaped gold pin set with 11
a diamond. Return Beatrice Hamll H
at Badcon's pharmacy. 11-18-tf H