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title: 'The Evening standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1910-1913, November 25, 1912, Page 10, Image 10',
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tf THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912. , ' . gy
1 STORES ARE TO
I CLOSE NEXT
I j THURSDAY
fl J The retail merchants are to close
9 ! fholr places of business all day on
j Thursday, Thanksgiving day. The
stores will observe Saturday hours
on Wednesday evening.
Turkey Is to be turkey this year.
I Wholesalers are now asking 2C to 27
cents a pound and retailors look for
1 prices to be around 35 cents whon
j tho national day of offering thanks
arrives. A 10-pound turkey will cost
"THE KERRY SOW"
The Kerry Gow, the magnificent
scenic and dramatic production made
famous by Joe Murphy, will be I
k shown in three- full reels of pictures j
!in tho Globe theater Monday, Tues- j
day and Wednesday of this week.
This popular pla3', which has been j
presented thousands of times j
throughout the United States and
Canada, has been mado In moving
pictures in Ireland amid tho scenes
of the story by the Kalem company.
Every theater patron is familiar J
with the story, making it unnecessary
to give a synopsis here, but it is j
splendidly acted among picturesque I
il ' Irish scenery and Is full of dramat- j
if Ic situations and thrilling climaxes.
1 ! I The action starts immediately and in- I
il terest never lags.
fff- The three reels are In tho Globe S
If program for Monday, Tuesday and I
'.' Wednesday, with Pathe's Weekly of I
? Current Events, and two of the best H
; comedies tho Vitagraph company ever
There will be no Increase In price H
of admission of 10 cents, children 5
cents. Matinee daily from 2:30 to
; 5 p. m.
I TEACHERS AREJ
f MEETING IN j
k Practically verv teacher in Weber H
I county is in Salt'Lako today and will R
Pi remain there during tho three days j
the Utah Educational association is I
I. In session. Several went down last I
night and all during this morning
I ; there were many on every train leav- B
S ing for Salt Lake It has been esti- I
mated that there will be 2,500 teach-
i ers present at the meetings. I
j4 t Tho convention opened this morn- I
1 ing at 10 o'clock in the Assembly hall
rdf B. on Temple square and Rev. Frank G. I
I M Brainerd of Ogden delivered the invo-
I cation. Music was furnished by tho G
I si ! glrlB chorus from the Emerson school
a j of Salt Lake. The feature of the I
'A I morning session was the speech by '
it S Hon p- P- Claxton. United States
It JP commissioner of education, on the
k5T ! subject of "International Peace."
m Among the candidates nominated
J for tho office of president of the as-
Isociation this morning, G X. Child,
' grammar grade supervisor of the Salt
5 Lake public schools, appears to bo a
; favorite. Mr. Child has the indorse-
l ment of the Salt Lake teachers' as-
sociation at his back and It is thought
' that ho will be elected. Superintend-
ent J. M. Mills of Ogden is tho in-
I cumbent, but, as it is not the custom
of the association to re-elect officers
i he was not a candidate. The candi-
l dates choBcn will be voted for tomor
row between the hours of 9 a- m., and
J 5 p. m., and the election results will
be announced at the general session
: on Tuesday at 7 o'clock.
) In addition to the president, a vice
president and two three-year trustees
tf are to be elected this year.
M , The afternoon session .was called
K ! tho international school peace mcet-
K ing and A. C. Nelson, state superin-
K tendent of schools was the presiding
K officer. "Hon. P. P Claxton spoke at
B- this meeting also and the music was
T M furnished by the Hawthorn school
K 1 with a violin solo by Miss Georgia
m 2 Young.
k M Prom 5 to 7 p. m. today, physical
I I demonstrations will be given in the
I DeBeret gymnasium. Under the 'dlrec-
P Jj on f Benjamin Harker, a high
school class of boys will give a physi-
.1 cal exhibition and a class of girls
1 under Miss Anna Neheker will also
4 take part. The cadets from the Salt
jj 1ake High school will give an ex-
i J hlbition military drill.
I j 11 The Toggery
l I I Oden's "No Kick" Store
m, i .
p Choicest and latest patterns
' in Dirmerware at prices to suit
i, all. New arrivals every day
ft of fancy china.
I E. A. OLSEN
rN i 2259 Wash. Phone 1100.
!; Silverware and Cut Glass
' HARDWARE CO.
V j 2456 Washington Ave.
, i I LA-Ruo's Blood-oids "Ri I
) : I 006" Hot Springs treatment I
J 1 for blood poison. No matter H
i i 1 what caused your disease of 1
It I tho blood, "Blood-oids" is tho I
; t I remedy; Its action 1b sure. 1
- i 1 I rapld and leav0B no HI after- I
1 offecta. "It does tho work." I
I 1 Prico 43.00, 2 for $5.00. Mail or- 1
1 ders tilled. A. R, Mclntyre 1
' 'J I Drugs, 2421 Wash, Ave. 1
I We have many specials, but we are only able to mention a few here. It will pay you well to watch for the E ft a
m special offers. You will not only save money, but you will always be satisfied with the goods you purchase. Note g f
I the Thanksgiving Reductions. g 1
i JaS laMo' SmiK Goodwin Corsets m? Men's Suits and Coats I p""
B M$?mr Louies wJOBic) rSS
M T ttT- tS?Skv Well Known Make Ik .'WmSjW ti- IMfl4P O-S m ' ,
I mmci Half Prir $emmh w -h i, cW$My at Halt rricc I mrfe
m HHV IIClll HiL iM&3rJ$ff Wo wish to announce that J& R V
SI JjSf eM"" f$ we are carry'ng 'nc a line r &tJ& Ml )'
N I ux Thpqo are the nick of tho f " Jg) of corsets as there is in the city, Cli&v $20.00 Suit or Coat. . .$10 g
1 W These are tie pick oi me J7 MONDAY SPECIAL, $1.50 and JBSMS MK . oRa JSSbh W
1 11 JilM market St y A fefr S2.00 VALUES ?8c jft Wf fw $25 Suit or Coat. .$12.50 Pl J g,
I iMMlm r gments and are exceptional , h? ?, V I W M A $30 Suit or Coat $15 , MT I "4
H ; Jrt nUH values at the prices which we f . JY J? ,W km A ,fjt, $? E& a?o
I Mlffl are offering them. Large as- fe V -"OVUiTvn WWw3k ?35 Suit Coat. . .$17.50 ffi $
I j III $20.00 values $10.00 SV Handkerchiefs Mm $I$W P ISISUK I &S
I tSL Hi m 5- ValUC3 $12'60 W2 Just reco1 - ow lino of Lin- jfl Jfl Wfk $$& MH If I ifS
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I JfJW $15.00 Values $10.95 IMM Sfc 25 per CCfit Off ucti o nof 25jer M I 1 1
I J-IILl, 5.00 Values" '.'.'.'... !!!17.9B P Of! all fOfS price' 0kst I J3
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I CREDIT is the ladder on which success is reached. Your credit is good here and you get the best merchandise. "The National" enables H 3
1 vou to dress well on Credit The "National" gives big values, satisfaction and unlimited credit to1 everybody. WKoiM i 1
I Open an account with the "National" and enjoy prosperity Men and women whose means are limited are enjoy- WMf$MfW!W&, I I
1 ing the necessities and luxuries of life by buying their wearing apparel at the National. Extra specials in our PfffffSSTg 1 I
1 Men's Department. Suits and Overcoats on our credit plan. Gent s Furnishings at bargains. Call today. 8K,,.TT,NCI ??r W g
- ! I
MANY A TALE
OF WOE IS
Monday morning Is always a busy
morning for the police judge, but the
docket this morning was heavier than
usual. There were the customary
known faces as well as some strange
ones among the group of petty of
fenders. John Chipp Is such a regular patron
of the police court that tho officers
aro surprised if he Is not an occupant
of the mourners' bench at least once
a week. He was present to answer
to the charge of drunkenness to which
he pleaded guilty. He offered no ex
cuso other than that ho could not re
sist the temptation to drink to excess
whenever he gets a little money.
Chipp spends half his time working
for the city and tho other half working
for enough money to got hack Into
jail. He was given ten days this time
by Judge Reeder.
After securing a suspended sentenco
in police court Saturday morning John
Parry, at 8 o'clock that same evening,
was found asleep on the steps of the
First National bank. He delivered a
lengthy oration but it availed him
nothing for ho received $5 or five days.
Thomas Randolph was charged with
vagrancy and he pleaded not guilty
to tho charge, stating that he was
drunk whon arrested, but he was no
vagrant. The arresting officer, how
ever, stated that Thomas was busily
engaged in the gentle an. of "working"
for a dime or more every person who
passed him on tho street. One kind
gentleman took" pity on the man and
offered to buy him a supper, but his
kindness was met with the cold state
ment that money and not food was
wanted. He drew five days from the
"I've seen places I like bettor," said
James Johnson, an old offender, when
asked how ho liked Jail, "and If you
give me one more chanco I'll get out
of town," He was given a suspended
sentence and tho police aro hoping
that they will not see him "Inside of
a hundred years," as the prisoner ex
Clarence Stuart confenscd that ho
was a drlnkman man and had been a
heavy drinker all his life, but stated
that he had never been before a Judge
before. Upon condition that ho try
to reform Judge Reeder suspended his
sentence but promised him that he
would deal harshly with him it ho la
arrested for the same offense within a
period of six months.
Harry Martin pleaded not guilty to
the charge of riding a motor-cycle
at an excessive rate of speed and his
case was set for tomorrow morning,
when the arresting officer, James
Hearn, can be in court as tho com
The case of A, J. Korshaw, A, W.
Kershaw and Andrew B. "White, charg-
J ed with disturbing the poaco by fight-
I Ing, was Got for tomorrow morning,
when tho arresting officers can bo
present. According to the different
stories told, the Kershaw brothers
went into the waffle house on Grant
avenue at l:3u o'clock Sunday morn
ing and refused to pay for a meal
thev had eaten. White, who has
charge of the place, proceeded to col
lect from the men by force with the
lesult that all three were arrested.
George Allcck forfeited $5 ball when
he failed to appear to answer to the
charge of drunkenness.
United SUites Commissioner of Ed
ucation P P. Claxton addressed a
small but thoroughly interested audi
ence at the Presbyterian church Sat
urday evening. The meeting was a
union one. In addition to the speech
of Mr. Claxton, a special program of
Instrumental and vocal music was ren
dored. Prof. Claxton proved himself to be
an eloquent as well as forceful orator.
In his address Saturday night he di
vided his attention between two sub
jects, international education and re
ligion, and international peace. Tho
speaker stated that international peace
could be secured by UBlng the money
expended for battleships on interna
There wore several people in the
audlenco Saturday evening who had
heard tho professor's speech at tho
national convention In St. Louis last
year and it was through their efforts
to the money you
spend for flour
that is shipped in.
Keep your money
at home and let it
work for you, by
Nothing any better
in the flour line.
that an endeavor was made to bring
the speaker to the west for tho Utah
Educational association meeting.
Prof. Claxton went to Salt Lake
yesterday and he will remain there
during the teachers' convention. Ho
will stop In Denver to attend a meet
ing of teachers there before returning
to his home.
CHILD CULTURE CLUB.
Tho Child Culture club will meet
with Mrs. David Eccles tomorrow at
3 o'clock instead of with Mrs. Dee,
as previously announced. Mrs. Dr. J.
Scofield will be here from Salt Lake
City and will lecture.
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New York Stock Ll6t.
Amalgamated Coppor S3 3-4
American Beet Sugar 53 3-
American Cotton Oil 57 1-2
American Smelt & Rcfng 79
American Sugar Refining 120 1-2
American Tel. & Tel 142 1-S
Anaconda Mining Co 43
Atchison ...106 3-4
Atlantic Coast Line 138,1-1
Baltimore & Ohio 15 o-S
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 91 1-4
Canadian Pacific 2C2 3-4
Chesapeake & Ohio 80 .
Chicago & Northwestern ....13S 3-4
Chicago, Mil. & St Paul 113
Colorado Fuel & Iron 36
Colorado &. Southern, bid 38
Delaware & Hudson 16S
Denver & Rio Grande 21 1-2
Erie 33 3-1
General Electric 1SZ 1-2
Great Northern pfd 137 1-S
Great Northern Ore Ctfs 45
Illinois Central, bid 127
Interborough-Met 19 1-2
Preferred 65 1-2
Inter Harvester 119 1-2
Louisville & Nashville 144 1-2
Missouri Pacific 43 1-S
Mo. Kansas & Texas 27 3-1
Lehigh Valloy 174 3-S
National Lead GO 1-2
New York Central 114
Norfolk & Western 115 1-1
Northern Pacific :123 1-4
People's Gas 115 7-8
Pullman Palace Car 165
Reading 170 5-S
Rock Island Co 24 3-4
Preferred 48 1-2
Southern Pacific '-H0 3-8
Southern Railway 2S 84
Union Pacific 171 1-8
United States Steel 74 1-8
Preferred Ill 1-8
Wabash 4 1-S
Western Union, hid 78
PRICE CHANGES LOWER.
New York, Nov. 25. Wall street
awaited the opening of the market
with interest today owing to the pub
Ucaion since the suspension of busi
ness on Saturday of the award of the
arbitration board to the eastern rail
road engineers' demands.
Some Indication of the probable
trend of prices was furnished by the
sharp declines of American raJJrpad
stocks in. tho foreign markets, which
were influenced by disquieting polit
Price changes here range from half
moderate recoveries stocks fell ab
ruptly again pn publication of an un
confirmed report that hostilities had
broken out between Austria and Ser
vla. The secondary fall carried the
list well under the opening figures,
with especial heaviness in Reading
and the transcontinental.
Bonds were steady.
New York Money.
New York, Nov. 25. Close: Prime
a point to a point lower. After some
mercantile paper, 5 per cent. Ster
ling exchange easy, with actual busi
ness in bankers' bills at 4.S0.90 for
60-day bills, and at 4. So for demand.
Commercial bills, 4.S0 1-2. Bar sil
ver, 63. Mexican dollars, 4S 3-4. Gov
ernment bonds Bteady. Railroad
New York, Nov. 25. Copper easy;
standard spot and Nov., 17 05 bicr ' : I
Dec and Jan., 17.0517.40; electro- '
lytic and lake, 17.fl217.S7, castings, t
17.2517.37. Tin weak, spot, Nov. j
and Dec, 49.2549.7g; Jan., 49.37(7? J
49.50. Lead steady at 4.454.55. Spel :
ter steady at 7.404-7.60. Antimony i
Steady; Cookson's, 10.50. Iron quiet; !
No. 1 northern. -1S.7519.25; No. 2 1
northern, 1S.251S.75; No. 1 south,- .'
ern, 1S.7519,25; No. 1 southern soft,
A telephone is just as much needed as your
supply of coal. It will save you many cold trips -:
Join the Bell Family and enjoy the winter
Call two six hundred for particulars : - ;:
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