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Sif THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912. T i
MR. LORiN ill, SALT
WL- LUKE CITY BROKER
X, Found Quick 'Relief in PJant Juice
W i His Statement is
fl 1: Pointed.
j K One of the prominent brokers of
J 1 Salt Lake City iB Mr. Lorln Hall
3Y whose home Is at 1517 Roberta aven-
U J. "lie. For years ho has conducted a bl
fand successful business, Mr. Hall's
f ' " health has been greatlv benefited by
I . Plant Juice and regarding it he has
17 this to say:
i " "I got some of your Plant Juice four
ft , weeks ago and It did mo so much good
fl I have just got another supply 1
Buffered awfully with Indigestion and
ff H brought mo quick relief. It has
Kke,pel mo ,n every way. I just feel
H8irKflno now" Hnre &lnoi several pounds,
II li' have no mor stomach trouble and
II? nm ln dandy shape."
'Jill Verdicts similar to this mav be
fo heard from all who use Plant "juice
y H reprcsentP the greatest combiua-
II tlon of extracts, essences and juices
RK of medicinal hcrl3 that science has
m over produced Plant Julie is the most
HI marvelous system cleansing, rccon-
M Btructive and tonid of the age It is
LK. an absolute specific for all stomach,
Silver, kidney and blood ailments. If
RyoU aro bilious, constipated narve-
Mvreckcd, brain-fagged, run down and
rajfeel worn out. then loso no time in
V ' getting a bottle of Plant Juice. It will
If ' remorc yo"r physical troubles, and
i If nt new life into yob.
Plant Juice is for sale at Mclntvre
If Drug Store, 2421 Washington Ave'.
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ji 8poclal Thls Week Pork chops,
III 12 1-2 cents a lopnd. If you come and
III . Plck them out. Cash or credit. Russel
U James Co., 1S5 24th street. f
IK- Men's Club The Men's Club of the
S Church of the Good Shepherd will'
jI meet In the parish house this even
Itf ing at S o'clock. Dr. E. G. Sigglns will
I Iff e e sreacr
l Blue Ribbon Dread and Home De
ri 1,ghL Bread aro delivered freeh twice
f a day to all dealers.
fl l Holeproof hosiery for men, women
Rand children; guaranteed no holes six
(jlB months. N 0. Ogden Co., 236 Tw'en
I m ti'"iiMl street.
at Plum pudding sale at Wilcox gro
B'cery Wednesday. Mrs. A. H. Winter.
ill Hay Quarantined Utah hay, grain
and fruits have been quarantined by
JRSofflclals in the state of Arizona, ac-
ilgftcordtng to a communication recolved
by County Horticulture Inspector R
iM&X. Raamussen from A. M. Morrill,
Estate entomologist for Arizona. The
nJnotIc states that the commission has
'lift declared a quarantine against the en-
l ft tiro state of Utah and several coun-
1 es n ano &nd Wyoming where the
II alfalfa weevil is bad.
i I KIrkendall Undertaking Co.. Mason-
i '8 temple. Phone 1B0.
j1 Baby Arrives Mr and Mrs. A. R.
I j Mclntyre were made happy Sunday
; Jf morning by the arrival of a brlghl
'l eyed girl.
j f One marked feature about B &. G
t" butter it never fails to please.
; F Blackjack Used Unconscious from
r a blow of a "blackjack," K. Okawa
l IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF
If the Second judicial district of the
state of Utah, In and for the county
I of Weber
if In the matter of the estate of
it Charles H. Woodraansee, deceased.
Er Notice of administrator's sale of per-
I sonal property.
Notice Is hereby given that, in pur
Sl -suance of an order of the said court,
m made and entered on the ISth day
! of November, A. D. 1912, in the niat
iji tor of the estate of Charles H. Wood-
mansco, deceased, the undersigned
it administratrix of said estate will sell
IM at private sale, for cash, on or after
It Ihe 6th day of December, 1912, on or
Iftv aftcr the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of
LlEald day, at the Woodmansee block
i!t r Xo. 3G8 Twonty-fourth street, Og
JH'den City, Utah, the following descrlb
'cd personal property:
ft Certain furnishings for a rooming
HKhouse, such as tables, dressers, bedBi
chalrB, carpets, etc., as the same are
l fnow located on the second, third and
nl 'fourth floors of said Woodmansee
I i block.
jl : In the meantime, bids will be re
1 II l ceived at the offlco of B. H. God-
Hi K dard, at No. 429 Twenty-fourth street,
' ni Ogdon, Utah.
Dated thlB 25th. day of November,
1 1lllJb lei2-
It VILATE WOODMANSEE,
j 111. Administratrix of Said Estate.
1 1 ll TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
S III 5-ROOM modern; cloBe ln, desirable,
fllli C D Ives. 380 25th st.
it" I ' ' 11.2G-lmo
I ljj FARM near town for house, close In.
If - C D. IVES, 380 25th 8t.
if . 11-25-lmo
i I) 'SALESLADIES No eiperlenco re
15 l quired. Call after 6 p. m. 2443 Lin
1 I OGDEN TUEF
K 3G01 Washington Ave.
l"1 JHDireot Seivico on Juarez RaoeB
I vim Telephone 313.
" " "" ""
it I Holeproof Hosiery I
11 I For Mon' Women and Children.
5 1 Qunran tood no holea alx monthn. II
j I I N. O. OGDEN CO. 1
Jnd w.Und on Tvrnty-fourth street
Joseph Harbertson oarlv Sunday
bered being struck by two men and
his purse was found to be missing but
the thieves overlooked a $10 bill lr
Call 303 when you want beer, wlnos
or liquors. Foley's
Rates May Be Reduced With tc
inauguration of the parcels post on
?'"??' lf there lB a Poaalbillcy of a
reduction in the rates of the express
companies. While local officials denv
any knowledge of a change In rates,
tt Is hinted that the coinpanipR are
preparing a general cut in their prices.
Investigate our rree Introductory of
fer on beers, winos and liquors. Fo
Good Record Dr. C. E Coulter, the
member of the board of education
from the Fourth ward, has decided to
be a candidate for re-election. The
doctor has made a good record tor
himself during the past and ho 'jas r.
large following at his back.
Cal, 421 for the tiowa. editorial and
society departments or the Standard.
Home Economics Domestic sci
ence teachers In the Ogden schools
will participate in the sessions of the
Utah Home Economics association to
bo held in Salt Lake In connection
with the mooting of the Utah Educa
Old papers for sale at this omco;
25c per hundred.
Spoke to Parents Dr. Edward I.
Rich was thc speaker at the meeting
of the Parents' class of the Ninth
ward yesterday morning. "The Dan
ger Signal" was tfio title of his lec
ture and his remarks made a deep
Impression on his hearers.
Road Builders E. L. Powers, sec
retary of the American Road Builders'
association, has sent a lettor to Man
ager f J. Stilwell of he Ogden
Publicity bureau asking him to ap
point representatives. If the buronu,
however, can secure names of Ogden
residents who will be In Ohio ac that
time, appointments will bo mads and
Mr. Stilwell will make- arrangements
to secure their credentials.
Saloon Entered Th6 Senate saloon
was broken Into at an oarlv hour
Sunday morning, but bo far as has
been learned by Fred Tout, the pro
prietor, only a "few bottles or brandy
were taken. Entrance was gained by
climbing through the transom over
the front door.
County Commissioners The only
business before tho board of county
commissioners at the regular session
this morning was the consideration of
claims and the adjustment of tax
Not a Candidate Miss Ray Keck,
deputy county clerk, states that her
name has been used in connection
with the election of a school board
without authority She says that she
Is not a candidate for the position
and she did not authorize any one to
use her name In that respect.
Departs for New York Mrs. Mary
A. H. Smith of Salt Lake, mother of
Joseph and Leonard Smith of this
city, spent the past week visiting her
sons. Yesterday afternoon, accompa
nied by a granddaughter. Miss Min
nie Burtsch of Anaconda, Mont., sho
departed for New York, where she
will paoss a part of tho winter with
Large Auto Truck The largo
threo-ton nuto truck of the American
Construction company passed through
the city this morning loaded with
coal and carried a force of men for
tho South Fork reservoir project.
A. B. Apperson, superintendent of
the Denver & Rio Grande, is ln the
Mrs. E. Ramsey left this afteruoon
for El Paso, Texas.
John Vlsser, William Foster, Louise
Foster and Earl Farnlund went to Ev
anston, Wyo., where they will furnish
music for a dance tonight.
O, D. Boring of Salt Lake, travel
ing salesman for the Mulford compa
ny, is calling on the trado in the city.
K. Burnham of Logan Is regis
tered at the Marlon hotel.
Fire Alarm The Central fire de
partment respondod to an alarm sent
from 2237 Moffat's lane, where a de
fective chimney caused r small blaze.
The damage did not exceed ?10.
Advertisers must have their copy
ready for the Evening Standard tho
evening before the day on vhlch vho
advertisement 1b to appear ln ordor to
I WOULD LIKE TO 8EE THE CASE
I CANNOT CURE
F. J. FREENOR, D. C
ROOM 14. PHONE 311
2411 WASH. AVE.
STORY OF THE
The final act of tho drama of the
missing plates was acted out in police
court this morning when the three
vllllans in the piece received twonty
days each- Tom Hunt, Speck Joseph
and George Parker filled the loading
roles and each had a prominent .part
in tho play.
Tho drama opens wfth a scone In
which the- proprietors of the Ellto cafo
report to the police that a number
of dinner plates wero taken from the
rear of tholr cafe Saturday afternoon
and descriptions of the missing artl
clos are given. Patrolmen Lovor and
Peterson aro first oallod ln and later
Detectives Burke and Chambers en
ter In the next scone, tho detectives
find that the miBfllng property had
been sold to a second-hand dealer for
20 cento and from the dealer n good
dofiCTlptioa of the vfllifla vbo didjh
soiling is secured and thc detectives
When the next scene oneuB, tho
three leading characters occupy the
center of the atago with a large can of
beer bought with the procecd3 of their
thlcvory. Enter the detectives, who
rush tho three men off to tho cold
cells of the police station.
In the last act, Judge-Reeder is seen
occupying a prominent position and
tho three offenders are seated on thc
bench, cringing and downcast Each
recites a short story excusing his ac
tions, and again they seat themselves
to await the pleasuro of the magis
trate The climax comes when thoy
are denounced as villains and sen
tenced to twenty dnvs each.
Thanksgiving Day Rates
Oregon Short Line,
Nov. 27 and 28.
Limit, Dec. 2.
For rates and particulars, call at
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 2511 Wash
Deputy Coonty Clerk Harry Hales
Is building a residenco on Van Bureu
avenue between Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-seventh streets that will cost
something over $2,500. This is the
first of a series of modern residences
that will bo erected in that locality
under the direction of R. C. Mc
Bride. J B. Baxter Is building a residence
on Twentieth street between Monroo
and Qulncy avenues that will cost
M PUSHED MR
Estclla R. Wood haB commenced di
vorce proceedings in tho district court
against Josoph P. Wood on the ground
of cruelty. The parties wero married
in Ogden October 27, 1906, there now
being two children.
In her petition the plaintiff avers
that the defendant is of an excitable
temperament and that for somo time
past he has been ln tho habit of call
ing her bad names and otherwise be
ing unkind to her. She says that at
tho time of the birth of their child,
last July, the defendant refused lo
furnish medical aid and that at an
other time he had pushed her off the
Tho plaintitff asks for divorce, tho
care and custody of the children, costs
of suit. $50 attorney fees and such
alimony as the court may decree.
A representative audience gathered
last evening ln tho First Methodist
church, In a union service, closing thc
home mission campaign that had bcon
conducted throughout tho LTnlted
States from November IT to 24. All
tho evangelical churches of the city
were represented, aud each minister
had a part on the program
A inalo quartette furnished music,
as did also Miss Ro3amond Laird, who
sang a solo. The speaker of the oven
Ing was thc Rt Rev Colladay of St.
Mark's cathedra, Salt Lake City.
The speaker took as his text '"Bless
ed are they which hunger and thirst
after righteousness, for they shall 00
filled." The world is seeking for
something definite and tangible This
church can supply. The object of
homo mission work is to Introduce Je
sus Chrl3t to the world, to Introduce
righteousness 1nto the world, that all
may have their hunger and thirst sat
isfied. Thc sermon was well received
by the representative congregation
WORKERS TO MEET
A meeting of the Social Servlco
Workers is to bo held at tho Utah
hotel. Salt Lake City, at 10 a. in. Wed
Opening remarks, Dr. George
Tho Need and Advantages of a
State Organization, Rev. F. G. Braln-
The White Slave Problem, Miss
Amey B. Eaton.
What Every Citizen Should Know
About His Town and Stale Tho Val
ue of Social Surveys, Rov. W. W.
Reese. T ,
Adult Probation and Parole, Judge
S. W. Stewart.
MrB Charlotte Perkins Gllraan. au
thor lecturer and editor, will speak
at ' the Weber academy this
nvonlng. Through hor books, her lec
tures and her magalne Mrs. Oilman
has attracted wide notlco In both
America and Europe. Thla Is a spe
cial number, and the regular season
tickets will not be honored at this lec
ture. Admission 50c.
Head theClasslflea Ad.
I Still On Our Big Sale I I
I $lfj,000 worth of Our Stock Sacrificed to Make Room I I
THANKSGIVING SPECIALS AT BIG SAVING J I
1 Curving Sets, Dinner Sets, Turkey Sets, Knives and Forks, Glassware, Cutlery, Etc 1 H
I Rogers Silverware a! Cost 1
I ' ' Seamless Roaster at Big Discount. 1 H
Come ai Once-Owr Sales Mean Business I I
UICHARDSON-HUNT COMPANY -the crockery people- J j I
A BOLD ROBBERY
Street Walker Leads and Austrian Down a Dark Alley and Gets Pos
session of Man's Purse Containing $150 She Fights to Get
Away, Using Her Finger Nails on the Face of Her Victim
Cries of the Foreigner Arouse the Neighborhood N
and Bring Assistance Deplorable
Condition of the City.
Maggie Jones, a negross, is being
held at the city Jail and will probably
be charged with grand larceny for
her attempt to rob Joseph Bastou, an
Austrian, of ?150 aj 0 30 o'clock last
According to the story told by Das
ton, he had aaked tho woman near
Wall aenuc and Twenty-fifth street
lo direct him to a rooming house and
sho had taken him south on Wall avc
nuo until they neared Twenty-sixth
street. Where It was dark, sho threw
her arms about the Austrian ifnd
deftly extracted his purse from a
pocket. When sho attempted lo run
away, however, the victim caught hold
of her clothing and screamed, and a
lively scene resulted So desperate
ly did the woman fight that thc man's
cheeks were raw where she had'
fcratched him. and It was not until
Mgn k tMrJ cn
THEY ASK FOR
Believing that daily train servlco
between Brlgham City and Kelton
would benefit Ogden, as well a them
selves, the farmers of tho Curlow val
lev have asked thc Weber club to sup
port thorn in their endeavors to
secure such servlco.
Since this district may be called Og
den territory and tho city would be
tteneflted bj better transportation fa
cilities, the Weber club has taken the
matter up and President H. M Rowo
and Secretary Roynolds have been
communicating with tho officials of
tho Southern Pacific with tho result
that better service may go Into effect
at the beginning of next season.
In his first lettor to Superintendent
T. F. Rowlands, President Itowe stated
that there were 2.000 peoplo living In
that district and at thc present time
thev had 500,000 bushels of grain
awaiting shipment, but the farmers
wero not able to transport to the
railroad because of the bad condition
of thc roads. It was pointed out that
an agency at Monument would lc of
mutual bonoflt to tho railroad and the
farmers. The lettor stated that, while
it was true that that branch of the
railroad was not a paying proposition
It is believed that with proper service
a profitable business could be devel
oped. Tn answer to the Wober club s let
ter, Superintendent Rowlands stated
that duriug tho month of October, with
train service four times a week on Uiat
branch, the receipts were only $1,000
while tho oxponaes amounted to S1.S00.
However, ho said that ho would In
clude the proposition In his next bud
get to the goneral superintendent with
tho hopo that better service would Ik
secured beforo the oponlng of the
The two stato Institutions In this
city arc planning exercises for the pu
pils of thc schools for Thanksgiving
At tho state Industrial school a play
is being arranged In which tho teach
ers and som.o pupils will tnko part and
class exercises will bo given. A pic
ture show will also furnish part of
the entertainment. A turkey dinner
wills be served.
At tho deaf and bllud school tho
Thanksgiving day entertainment will
consist or a play describing the "Land
ing of tho PilgrlniB." Tho dns pro
gram will be In charge of Mies Mary
Williams, Miss Betty Larson, Mrs.
Belle Ross, Mrs. Elizabeth Delong and
Mlhs Pearl Higbee. A turkey dinner
will bo served.
Two suits were filed and two Judp
monts wore rendered In tho civil di
vision of the municipal court as fol
lows: ,. ,. , ... ,
David C Llnscy vs. linlted lransfor
Co., suit, S66.
Eecles Lumber company vs. Batistas
Bros., doing business as the Orpbcurn
Candy Co., suit, $H-
B Bgglnton vs. S. James Bevan;
Henry Q. West vs. John A. Jones;
judgmont, $50, costs and IntoroaU
MORGAN TO MfLAILAv.N,f
New York, Nov. 25. On behalf of
Eddie Morgan, the English bantam-
wolght, who was matched last woek
with Johnny Kllbaoio, of Clovoumd, ior
residents In that neighborhood, hear
ing the outcries, came to the aid of
tho man, was he ablo to gain a mas
tery. A call was sent to the police sta
tion, and Sergeant E. C. Layne and
Patrolman PI C. Peterson responded
Thoy found Baston fighting for his
hold on the ncgress and both were
taken to the station.
No money was found on the woman
when she was searched, and tho offi
cers, with the victim, returned to the
scene of tho combat. A diligent
search resulted In the finding of the
purse under a bush near the scene of
Uio excitement. No money was miss
ing. Baston Is being held as a witness.
Tho parade of these women In that
part of the city Is said to he a night
the world's championship title, Jim
ray Johnson, Morgan'6 manager, today
accepted tho offer of J "W Coffroth for
tho boys to fight 20 rounds for a pur&e
of $7,500 In San Francisco on New
The following real estate transfers
have been placed on the books of the
county recorder's office:
Rebecca Cannady to William Llnd
'say, a part of lot 3. block 40, plat C,
Ocden survey; consideration, ?2,
S50. Lizzie K. Crasc and husband lo tho
Volker Lumber company, lots 22 and
23. block 1, Brooklyn addition, Og
don survey; consideration, $400.
Irvln Monsor and wife and others
to Chapln A. Day, a part of block 30,
plat C, Ogden survey; consideration,
Jrvin Menser and wife and others
to R. E. Bristol, lots 3, 4, 5 and 6.
block O, Woodmansee addition to Og
den survey; consideration, $164.
Hvrum Bclnap and wife to Reubon
Belnap, lots 1 to 5S, Inclusive, block
8; lots 6 to 41, Inclusive, block 9,
Florence Park addition; lots 51 to 60,
Inclusive, block 9. and lots 40, 47 and
18 and lots ll to 15, Inclusive, block
S, Florence Park addition, Ogden sur
vey; consideration. 51,150.
MRS. GREER IS
Mrs. Susan Greer, wife of Dr. J.
M. Greer, who bas been visiting with
hor father, O. D. Rasmussen of this
city, a few weeks, was agreeubly sur
prised Saturday when shi received a
small check from the Ladles' Home
Journal ln payment for a short stor
on "What Can I Do?"
Mrs. Greer's contribution was ac
cepted in competition with numerous
writers irom different parts of the
United States, and tho story will bo
published in the January number of
She Is well known in this city, and
her mauy friends will be pleased with
hor success In the Journalistic field.
She is a graduate from Stanford uni
versity of California and is talented
RUSHIA Mrs. Ella Kushlu, 49 yearn
of age, the wife of Ellis J. Rusbla.
died lit tho Berges hospital shortly af
ter midnight. Hor death followed a
rocent operation for cancor. Mm,
Rusbla was a former resident of Iowa
but had resided ln Ogden for two
vears. The body will be shipped to
Ellnworth, la., whore funeral service?
will be held.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Ger
man church will give their Thankugiv
lug dinner on Thursday from I p. m.
to S p. in., and will continue their
bazaar Friday and Salurdry.
Bouillon with Markklocskeen
Stuffed Turkey, Cranberry Sauco
Roast Spring Chicken
Marrlago Llcenne Marriage licen
ses have boon Issued to Howard I.e
land Wilson and MIbs Ray Painter of
Ogdon. and to Thomas R. Jones of
Kuecfill3 und Enttfu Wade M JQen&-
ON WAR FOOTING
Vienna. Nov, 25. The ofTlclal ex-1
planatlou of the concerp recently es
tablished here lb that the Austrian
government doett not wish unnecessar
ily to ulann the people by the spread
or falpo or exaggerated reports. The
real reason eeems to be that decisive
action has been planned, should Ser
vla refuse to yield, and that war prep
arations have been made for this pur
pose and also as a counter move to
the Russian mobilization.
While the; mobilization of the Aus
trian forces Is denied officially, it is
admitted that precautionary measures
have baen taken to bring certain units
up to a peace strength
The Neue Frele Pres -. that by
the retention of time-expired mon and
the rcservlBbs called up for oxerclse.
nearly all the eleven Russinn army
corps located near -the Auslro-Ger-man
frontier now approach war
strength. It adds that one army corps
and one cavalry dlvialon have been
moved from the Interior of Russia (o
the frontior of East Calkin and that
the war material of all theso corps had
RED CROSS HAS
FAILED TO WORK
Constantinople, Nov. 25. Becauso
the Rod Cross volunteers have failed
to tako up the work of relief, the Rev.
Robert Freew, a Scotch pastor ln Con
ctuatlnoplo, and Miss Alt, 60 years
old, who for many years has been
connected with English and American
mission work in Turkey, have taken
quarters in the cholera camp and will
devote themselves to the care of vic
tims. Many of the doctors have refused to
treat cholera patients, asserting that
thoy are surgeons, not physicians. At
present there Is only one volunteer
doctor working at the camp Major
Clyde S. Ford, medical corps, U. S. A.,
who with the socretary of the Ameri
can embassy, Hoffman Phillip, and
Maurice Barling, an Englishman, goes
to San Stefano every day for relief
work. This is simply cleaning up
the camp, yet Major Ford has given
up hlB surgical work In an effort to
save many who would otherwiso die
Secretary Phillip Is coming In for
much credit among foreign residents
because, on finding that no member
of the Red Ciescent was willing tc H
tako charge, he himself has assumed H
control of the work. H
Mrs Rockhill, wife of the Amcrl- H
can ambassador, is gathering and pur- H
chasing supplies for the camp, lnclud- H
ir.g blankets and drinking cups. Ev- M
cry one who has visited San Stephano , H
Eays that MIsb Alt, who came origi- ' M
nnlly from Switzerland, Is deserving M
of tho hlghost form of recognition, ( H
ns she works from 6 o'clock ln the , VM
morning until 5 In the evening, aid- H
lng ihf patients and administering to jl
their wants, heedless of contamlna- H
A Greek woman, aiso elderly, has
Joined her and a Scotch woman at- l
tempted lo aid, but collapsed and was 1M
compelled to withdraw. M
A French aviator has made an aero- H
piano flight over the TchataIJa lines. jH
The Turkish government Is consider- jH
ing tho Immediate purchase of a bl- H
plane, although It possesses several M
Some Quaint Hotels. H
The hotel that stand out moct M
promlnontly In my recollection is ono fM
j In Iquique, where, ftvon while yon are M
sitting at the dining tables, venders M
oomo in from the stroota to sell you H
food. AC this same hotel they have '
two charges for baths eight shillings M
If you insist on clean water and about H
four shlllinga If yoa aro wilting to take M
a Becond turn at the tub. M
Another instance of a quaint botol M
is ln the town of Africa, In Peru. Here I M
they are using at tho present time the M
hull of an old American man-of-war, H
which wto takon inland by a great tt- j M
dal wave many years ago and ha H
since been fitted up as a hotel and Is I H
In great demand. Philadelphia In , H
A Pray or. I H
We receive out of the dark hand of ' M
mystery the fflft of sunny d&7s. W ' M
pledge ounelvee to take them with a
hearty will, and lire them out to th :H
full measure oi the power of Joy yet UH
never 'with a loose or temporary mind. JH
In the moments we will not forget the M
hours, nor In the houTB the years, nor J1H
in the years the complete stature of IH
our lives, framed in eternal silence. I
Max Eaetman In tho Twentieth Cen- I
tury Magazine. I
I Read the Claesltied Ads.
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Inothr leg Reduction
IN THE PRICE OF !
Tungsten or Mazda Lamps
We are pleased to announce a further re
I duction of approximately 20 per cent in the
I price of Tungsten or Mazda lamps.
Rating . Was NOW J
25 watt. 20 candle power $ .50 .40
40 watt,' 32 candle power 55 .45
60 watt, 48 candle power 75 .60
100 watt, 80 candle power 1.10 .90
150 watt, 120 candle power 1.65 1.35
A 32-candle power Tungsten lamp now
costs but 5 cents more than a 32-candle power
carbon lamp, and only uses approximately
one-third as much electricity.
Eiectric Light For
The low price at which these wonderfully
efficient lamps may now be purchased re- j
moves the last objection to their general use '
and places the cost of electric lighting below
-that of any other commercial illuminant, and I
well within the reach of everybody.
Tungsten or Mazda lamps may now be pur
chased from this company and all electric j
: supply dealers at the above reduced prices. I
Utah Light and Railway
"Electricity for Everything." I
S. T. Whitaker, Local Manager. Phone 102 J