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title: 'The Evening standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1910-1913, December 04, 1912, Page 7, Image 7',
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? mnii . THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912. '. " '''-'. " ''
''I IMPORTANT! I
:; THE M.M. WYlffiS CO. I
Jg VANCOUVER WILL
Egg JOIN IN RACING
e'& H Vancouver, B. C, Dec. 4.-Vancou.
M ver win have an entry in the interna-
S - iilnal,yach.t racea t0 h hold at San
- with which local yachtsmen view the
project la any Indication, It I under:
r stood that $20,000 toward tho con-
r 8UbEcrlbed at a recent meeting of
yachtsmen and assurances given that
the rest of iho necessary amouut
would be forthcoming when needed.
CLUB ROOMS DEDICATED
Pocatello, Ida., Dec. 4. The now
c ub rooms of tho Pocatello Coruincr
clal club were dedicated last night
In a fitting way An Interesting pro
gram was renderod after which re
freshments were served by the ladies
of the Civic club
H rrriTiin i i
For Editorial, r.'ewa and Society
Department. Call Only Phone No
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56
Queen Esther Chapter No 4, regular
meeting Dec C Election of officers --
Departs for Coast John McDcr
mott. manager of the Healy hotel for
a number of years, left vestcrday for
Los Angeles where he will make his
Tho third grand ball of the Sons
of Herman will be given Thursday
ovenlng, December 5. at th0 Colonial
Dancing academy Admission GOc per
Modern Woodmen Officers for the
coming year were elected last night
by the Modern Woodmen or America
as follows. W. j i. Draney, consul.
C. I, Fisher, adviser. H. C. Tletpen.
banker; J II Sharer, clerk. Edwin
Kelson, escort. J W Shipley, watch
man. J .1 Stewair, sentry; A. CI
Jones, tiustoc, three year term; Dr.
E. P. MUJs and Dr. A. A. Eobinson,
physicians. The installation will be
held in January.
The Queen CIO' Rebekah lodge will
give a card party at the I. O. O. I
hall Thursday, Decombor 6. The pub
lic is invited. Refreshments and
Infant Son Burled Puncial serv
ices for George A. Skeen, the infant
son of "Wlllard Skcen, were held at
the family home in Plain City yester
day afternoon. Interment 'was at
The ladles of the Methodist church
will hold a rummago salo Thursday,
Frldnv nnd Saturday of this week in
the Clark building.
Taken to Hospital While en route
to Ogdcn yesterday afternoon on an
Oregon Short Line train, Mrs. Loncy
Jensen of Montpolier, Ida., was taken
ill and removed to the Deo hospital
upon her arrival In Ogdcn.
Fine sugar cured picnic ham3 n
cents pet pound. Washington Mar
ket. !bi Washington ave.
I would like to see the case of
rheumatism I, cannot cure T. J
Freenor, D C. Chiropractor, room 14,
phone .til, 2111 Wash. Ave.
Teton Branch With the operation
of the Teton branch of the Oregon
Short Lino, running from Ashton. fda.,
wi 1 lowest.
Ri 5015.00 Ladies' Mixed and Plain aptc tot -m
Tin I . Cloth Caraculs and Plush Coats . . . .811.25 fflBHi TB fiS tf4 mbT-vr rfn
M 1 . r 2Q 18-00 ladies Mixed and Plain vKSHSl S i I I Sfe
SI Cloth Caracul and Plush Coats ....$13.50 sjai.ULn.M.'VMM. bj&a. kjt v?
g !l 25 $20.00 Ladies' Mixed and Plain
Si Cloth Caracul and Plush Coats $15.00 ffl AflSri ' '
SI ' 10 $24.00 Ladies' Mixed nnd Plain vLvvS P5i 1
JLC Cloth Caracul and Plush Coats . . . .$18.00
3 , .. 35 $25.00 Ladies' Mixed and Plain .
' ' Cloth Caracul and PJush Coals ....$18.75 - 10 .r3 to sf4 Children's Cloth Copts $1.49
. 5 $30.00 Ladies' Mixed and Plain 15 $4.50 to $7 Children's Cloth Coats. . ,$2.29 .
t Cloth, Caracul and Plush Coats . . . .$22.50 75 $2.50 to $6 Children's Cloth Coats. . .$1.00
450 LADIES' SDCiiTS loeomprahensiblo Mm '
' IT ONE-HALF PRISE in Misses' $20.0 Plush
I This sale of garments is the result of a very tLPUfKlil i i2alJSJ
f inmortant Durchnse. consummated dnrinc the nast
week. Fonr prominent makers' samples together Plush Coats were never more modish and never
' "with several surplus stocks enable us to present so popular. You will appreciate these values and
; . some wonderful garment values tomorrow. their good style, smart design and perfect tailoring;
i ; Two Hundred Ladies and Misses' Sample Coats lined throughout with yarn dyed gold or brown
at Manufacturers' Cost. satin; slightly semi-fitting backs, and straight front,
f x Ope Hundred and Fifty Ladies' Sample Skirts fastened on the side with a huge silk frog; large
0 , '- at irannfzeturcTs' Cost. shawl collars that can be fastened close at the neck,
tS and turn-hack cuffs. This soft, silkv nlush makes
1 yD OETIT OF SA31PLB FUBS AT the coate vcrv g0od lookinSg ani V fifa nloast
33 iLAJaTACTCKBRS' COST. tire to wear ibem on any occasion.
on tho Yellowstono branch to Drlggs,
Ida , thoso town6 have dallv sorvlco
with exception of Sunday. "
Carriage Licences Last evening
marriage licenses were Issued to Ed
mund B. Quackenbush of Spokano
Washington, and Anne Culwell of
Auburn, Nebraska, and to Ezra M.
Peterson and Alma WIcso of Kanes
Fisher's Grocery now located at
Twenty-fifth and Monroe. Phone or
ders to No. 405.
Will stop Work Manager O'Neill
of the J P O'Neill Construction com
pany has had a force of men and
teams for some time at work building
the sewer system on Twenty-ninth
street, but ho stated this morning
that he would close down the work
for a few weeks within the next ten
days because of the frozen condition
of the ground. He says that it Is
now difficult to keep the trench open.
Wanted A boy with horse to carry
Evening Standard. Call at once at
Load of Dynamite The big auto
1 truck came down the canyon from
the South Fork dnm this morning,
the driver stating that the roads were
' good and that there Is not much more
snow at the camp than in the city.
Thl6 artcrnoon' the truck will return
to camp with a load of dynamite. In-
vltatlons have been extended to some
i of the city people to ride to the camp
on the load, but none has responded.
You're particular about butter? Use
B & G, It pleases everybody.
From Provo George Havorcamp, a
prominent business man of Provo, Is
In tho city today meeting friends and
attending to business affairs. Mr.
Hnvercamp says that "Uncle" Jeaso
Knight is opening a new bank In Pro
vo that is making the other bankers
sit up and take notice. The new bank
Is capitalized at $500,000. arid the fix
tures will cost upwards of $50,000.
Mr. Havorcamp will return to Salt
Lako this evening.
Call 303 when you want beer, wines
or liquors, Foley's
Orsen Jensen of Tremonton is an
Ogden visitor today.
Blue Ribbon Bread and Homo De
light Bread are delivered fre6h twice
a day to all dealcrB.
Sent to Industrial Leroy Vest, 1C
years old, adjudged a delinquent by
Judge V. C Guunell of the Juvenile
court, was committed to the State In
dustrial school and was taken there
this morning by Probation Officer H
Investigate our free introductory of
fer on beers, wines and liquors, Fo
ley's. Departs for Iowa Miss Alberta I
Johnson has gone to Boone, Iowa, over
the Denver & Rio Grande for a short
Call 421 for the news, editorial aort
society departments of the Standard.
Going Home to Japan J Tismura,
a local Japanese business man, left
yesterday over tho Western Pacific
for San Francisco, where ho will take
steamer for Yokohama, Japan.
Old papers for sale at this office,
25c per hundred.
Receiving Freight Advices re
ceived at tho city ticket office of the '
Denver & Rio Graudo railroad state ;
that the Mexican Central and Mexico
& Northwest railroads have lifted the
embargo on foreign freight. The em
bargo was declared some time ago,
when only material for consumption
at Juarez" was permitted to go out of
El Paso, Texas.
Wanted Green fruit trees cut n
four foot lengths for smoke wood
Wanted by Ogden Packing & Provi
TOONE Funeral services for Geo.
Toono, son of Mr and Mrs. A. L.
Toone, will be held at 1 p. m. Thurs
day at the North Ogden meetinghouse,
Bishop James Ward conducting. The
casket will be open at tho homo this
evening and tomorrow until 12:30. In
lermcnt In North Ogden comotery
Advertisers must have their copy
ready for tho Evening Standard the
evening beforo the day on vhlch iho
advertisement is to appear in order to
OPINION ON RATES
"Vashlngton. Dec 4 In a supple
mental opinion upon the subject of
tho alleged unreasonable rates nnd
practices of transcontinental railroads
In tho transportation of wool, rendered
today by the Interstate Commerce
commlsson. It was hold:
"That a minimum carload weight of
24.000 pounds, proscribed by the com
mission, Impose 3 no unreasonable bur
den on the shippers, but actuullr In
creases the car efficiency and econ
omy of transportation,
"Thr.t the contention of shippers
that better and sacked wool should
tako the same rales is not sustained
"That the rates of scoured wool
from Now Mexico to eastern dostina
tons aro oxecssive and shoqld be re
duced. "That wool In the western territory
should take the fourth-dass rate"
This decision finally disposes of the
cases instituted by tbc railroad com
mission of Oregon and tho National
Wool Growers' association, which in
one form or another have been pend
ing for several years.
AN OYSTER ROAST
Richmond, Ya., Dec. 4. The gover
nors nqsombled hero in annual con
ference have taken a da- off to enjoy
an old-fashioned Virginia oyster
roast at Capo Henry. Governor Mann,
his staff and the Btato's guosts took
an early train for Norfolk, where they
will become the guests of iho Nationa'l
Guard association In convention thero.
Tho governors will return to Rich
SEEK TO ENJOIN TAX.
Pocatollo, Ida., Doc. 4. Attorneys
Standrod and Tcrrol for the Taxpay
era' league, announce that another
suit will bo filed within a few dayo
enjoining the tax collector from col
lecting a 20 mill tax for general pur
posed and a ten mill tax for tho re- I
domptlon of certain warrants In tho I
city of Pocatello, This 1b tho renew- I
al of tho former fight that was thrown
out of court on the strength of a de- g
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Picture Sale I
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
An opportune time to buy Christmas pic- M
tures much under price. Large and beautiful iH
line of pictures by the most celebrated artists. M
Handsome pictures, suitable for the parlor. H
Beautiful pastel fruit pictures for the Dining H
Room. All the latest novelty pictures shown H
first at the Boyle Art Room. Select your pic- H
tures now and let us hold them for Xmas de- H
Boyle Furniture I
Artistic Picture Framing at the Most Reason- H
able Prices. New Line Mouldings. U
I Westinghouse Travelers' Flatiron. Heats j jJ
1 Curling Irons Also. M
I Westinghouse Regular 6 lb. Flatiron. I M
I Guaranteed 5 Years. 1 M
I ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. I
j Up 24th St. Opposite Courthouse. Phone 88. H Pffl
murrcr by the city attornoy that tho
city of Pocatello should have been a
co-defendant when it was not men
tioned In the charge
TWIN FALLS SCHOOL CENSUS
Twin Falls, Dec 4 Thero has just
been completed a census of the school
children In this county between the
nges of C, and 21 years The totnl
number In Twin Falls county Is 4,521 VH
to date, with many new pupils enter- 9
ing the schools each wcok. During IH
tho last two weeks 30 now pupils en- ! IH
rolled The total census last year IH
was 4.26$. The prcHont total county IH
enrollment of 4,521 Includes 1,547 en- IH
rollod in this city alono in tho three H
public schools. Of this number 285. H
are high school students. H
a1" MsaiH&"'1JM,I""HSHBMH IH
a DO YOU REALIZE WHAT IT MEANS TO
I YOU WHEN YOU COME UP ONE FLIGHT H
I OF STAIRS TO BUY YOUR WINTER H
I It means a saving of .$1.50 and 2.00. I H
I Men's and Women's Black Shoes S2.5Q I m
I Tans and Suedes $3.00 I i H
I NO MORE NO LESS I -H
I SAMPLE SHOE SHOP I H
I Upstairs Over Grand Union Tea Co., 2434 Washington. 1 H
I "We solicit your pormanent patronage because we are here to I M
I stay. Headquarters, 4th floor Judge bldg., Salt Lake City, 1 jH
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