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' I rt HE EVENING' STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912.
il BURGLAR ROBS
j THE BRIGHAM
I Residents of Brigham City were a3-
- tounded Tuesday night aud yesterday
by the sensational actions of a tramp,
who, after being locked up for firing
a revolver while walking down Forest
etroet, escaped from the city Jail,
! broke into the city marshal's office,
' recovered the property that had been
j taken from him and escaped on a-
j night train to Pocatello, where he
was arrested yesterday morning
The tramp appeared late Tuesday
. ! night at the James Hull residence and
asked for food. He aroused the citi
zens of Forest street by "shooting up"
the street as he walked along. He i
' alleged to have forced his way into
the Oidney blacksmith shop, where ho
; is supposed to have taken a small sum
of money and some tools to make up
I j . a "burglar kit" He had progressed
1 as far as Main street when Marshal
I Valentine arrested him on suspicion
When he was searched he had $2 GO In
cash and 200 cannery chips from a
cannery at Clearfield.
i The prisoner was locked up in the
I city jail, which adjoins the county jail.
With the aid of a fire shovel he dug a
j hole through the wall near a window
I and escaped. Bieaking the lock on
l the marshal's office, he entered, pro-
j cured his cash, cannery chips and 0
J rounds of ammunition and departed.
1 A night watchman discovered the
burglary In the marshal's office about
1230 o'clock, and, suspecting the
It was learned that a restaurant at
the Short Line depot had been enter-
ed and that $2.35 In cash, cigarB and
I food had been taken Officers at Poca-
1 tello were notified When the fugi-
I tivc arrived there he was placed un-
3 I dor arrest.
- I no
1 Fertilizer for Lawns
I I Why use the unsightly weed pro-
I . duclng manure around your front on-
I trance all winter? You can buy a
I pure fertilizer, free from weed seeds,
I at $1.50 per cwt. It requiies 10 pounds
i to 100 square feet of lawn. Should
I be applied In early spring by sowing
1 broadcast and watering immediately
I after application. Will produce a
I beautiful, clean, velvet green lawn.
1 It is far superior to manure.
j OGDEN PACKING & PROVISION
I CO. (Advertisement,)
l DE LUXE TRAIN
! J Harriman system officials aniving
1 , from all points of the compass today
1 k disclaimed any intention of discussing
J or considering the dissolution man-
J date of the supreme court in the
jl Union Pacific case
" j "The folks in Now York will have
1 to read those signals; they aren't in
J our books," said one of "the traffic
J According to J. A. Munroe, vice
,1 president of traffic for the Union Pa-
I ciflc, the moBt important business for
j , which the department heads were
1 called together will be finished today.
I The segregation of roads, which the
t i j merger decision will entail, It is said,
i will be a very simple matter, as each
1 1 road In the system has its own presl-
1 dent, Its own auditing system, and an
l organization practically autonomous.
The problems that now present them
selves have to do entirely with the
equitable distribution of rights and In
terests among the shareholders.
To exercise independent control of
the line from Ogden to Sacramento,
the Union Pacific must acquire a nine-tv-nine-vear
lease on the Central Pa
cific, which is held by the Southern
Pacific. Should the Southern Pacific
retain Its lease, a traffic agreement,
approved by the supreme court, would
be a possible solution.
The meeting of officials beginning
at 10 o'clock this morning at the Utah
hotel In Salt Lake, was first called, it
Is said, for November 11, and was
twice postponed for the convenience
of certain officers Train schedules
have an important place on tho pro
gram. The do luxe train to bo oper
ated after January 1 Is receiving at
tention Traffic statistics arc to bo
CLERKS ARE TO
The Weber countv branch of the
National Association or Retail Drug
Clerks will hold a special meeting at
the Weber club tonight when a so
cial will be given in honor of Frank
H. Snyder, who is about to leave for
Mr Snyder was chairman of the
Weber county organization and was
one of the organizers of the locl.
For several months he has been-manager
of the Five Point Drug store,
but through illness has resigned the
position He Is leaving for Califor
nia In the hope that his health will
Business will be done away with
tonight and a social spirit will pre
vail The feature of tho eeningj
will be a banquet at which toasts and
addresses will be given by the mem
bers While It will be impossible for
a full attendance to be present, ar
rangements have been mad0 by the
proprietors of the stores to allou a
large number of clerks to participate
Three suits have been filed and four
judgments rendered in the civil di
vision of the municipal court, as fol
A Kasius vs. Mrs John Van Loon,
A. I. Stone vs. Curtis N. Graves,
N. O. Ogden vs. Walter English
Geo. S. Burnham vs. Fred G. Clark,
White Sewing Machine company s
J W. Harbertson, suit, $25.75.
John Van Sweden vs. Oregon Short
Line, suit, $125
Dee-Stanford Shoe company vs. Mrs
A. M. Tribe, suit, $27 25.
Chicago, Dec. 5. Cattle Receipts,
6,500; market steady; beeves, 5 GO
11.10; Texas steers, 4.405.70; west
ern steers, 5.409.10; stockcrs and
feeders, 4 357G0; cows and heifers
2.707.50, calves, C5010 50 Hops
Receipts, 2S.000; market steady to
shade higher; light, 7.257 65, mixed,
7 307 70, heavy 7.257 72 1-2, rough,
7.257.45; pigs. 5.257.20, bulk of
sales, 7.557.G5. Sheep Receipts,
28,000; market steady to strong; na
tive, 3.654.65; western, 3.904 GO;
yearlings, 5.006.25; , lambs, native,
5.757.70; western, 5.756.75.
Advertisers must have their copy
ready for the Evening Standard the
evening before the day on vhich tho
advertisement is to appear in order to
I 1 "
1 1 Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema
Since the old-fashloncd theory of cur- troubles but non that w can rccom-
1 ins eczema through tho blood has been mend as highly as this for wo know that
J Eivcn up bv scientists, many different D.D.D. stops the itch at once. We just
1 salves have been tried for skin dl&cases. want you to give D.D.D. a trial. That will
I But it has been found that those salves be enough to prove it.
1 only clop the pores and cannot penetrate Of course all other druggists have
i to tho inner skin below the epidermis D.D.D Prescription go to them it you
J where the eczema germs are lodged. can't come to us but don't accept some
ri This the quality of penetrating bljr profit substitute
I probably explains the tremendous sue- But If you come to our store, wo aro
, I cess of tho well known liquid eczema so ceitaln"of what D.D.D. will do for you
I remedy, oil of wintergrocn. thymol, gly- that we offer you a full size bottle on
I cerlne, etc., as compounded In D.D.D. this guarantee If you do not find that
I) I Prescription it UikeH away the itch AT ONCE, It
I We have sold other remedies for skin costs you not a cent.
J I CULLEY DRUG CO.
u l , (Advertisement)
i I'yJIifyF For the j
1; iHwiffW Kuntin I
i '' w 'tiSjM ijJLJ) Daddy doesn't go out
jj 'l'ar gk-sy to hunt for rabbit skins
I WT'''jBv(. A5 jo keep the baby warm. 1
! I ' jl 2LSiissa k rmantic I
j unprvfr " ' but more practical.
. He buys a I
and all during the cold Fall and Winter 1
months his house is kept warm and
cozy for his wife and babies.
M. wfrt? tin 0il i3"ater lmost indbpen-. I
-?enthererare.childrenintheme- Every 1
home has uses for it I
Unm&?ekOrtn'lZ?'?r' H'1" "'.'n.m.lW, targets I
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY I
D.BT.T. Pu.Wo. Atbuou.njB., I
Chran, BqM. BoU. Salt Uk. City. I
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IWKY M. TI1C WE CALL ESPECIAL, ATTENTION TO A iMi fll S wM flf A &JL T tfK E ' V&
iw J3L I 1 SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. THEY ARE MOST M M M JKk jHB&ft. 6Sfl I UW
V V .jLJLjy JL J MODERATELY PRICED, AND YOU WILL FIND Hf M K BV WS$ BSfeil H I tlSI
. t.-.-t.t, pi x- 1 111 i- iJ Wl md nL UP m. W 1 1 H i m W C i-J w & l 1 :"
f X4fe UWUCKWcAK Anl) IlllSiCKi 'r
WJSiUsi0 FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN I i
lfet BLANKETS AND COMFORTS ON SALE '
I Vvil WE ARE GIVING YOU JUST WHAT YOU REQUIRE IN THIS I
11 I jRwlFr1 ' COLD WEATHER. WINTER AND SNOW WILL CALL FOR WARM A
III mWMM WOOLEN UNDERWEAR AND THE LIKE. BESIDES IT IS THE SEA- I '; "
! mwBmk S0N F0R THE buying OF BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. WE ARE I
M-" MSmlSw- ' w making a reduction on these items and while we are I
Mft H'alJ l N0T GOING TO SAY A GREAT DEAL ABOUT THESE VALUES IN ' i I
' Fili'i' WWl I THIS ADVERTISEMENT, WE WANT TO ASSURE YOU THAT THE f 1
I f kM Willi ' 11 VALUES ARE HERE AND THE PRICES ARE A GREAT DEAL LOWER 1 I
1 !l;h,:P4fIMl F THAN YOU EXPECT FOR THE QUALITY OF GOODS. I
!i!MP"lli'!fl WE ARE SURE THAT THE PRICES AT WHICH WE OFFER I
i tlSSTiNK m THEM WILL BE A BIG INDUCEMENT FOR YOU AND WE THERE- g
ilKK '1 W FORE URGE YOU TO COME AND INSPECT THE LINE. 1 f
I ffvll HOSIERY iSPECIALS J
I 1 IilliKBKHiSll THIS IS REALLY A SPECIAL. A LINE OF WOMEN'S, j k
' r "IflBSBKJ? MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY DECIDEDLY UNDER- 1 il
P WmM PRICED. OVERSTOCK OF HOSIERY MAKES THE CLEARANCE H
I I 5 VW IN THIS LINE NECESSARY. WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES
impgz AND COLORS. THE STOCK IS COMPLETE WITH BIG VALUES.
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I THE TAILORED SUITS THAT WE ARE OFFERING AT REDUCED PRICES ARE OF EXCEPTIONAL f j
VALUE. THIS SEASON'S CUT AND STYLE IN FABRIC AND. MAKEUP. THE GARMENTS REPRE- j
SENT THE BEST IN THE MARKET. THE VARIETY INCLUDES HANDSOME MIXTURES, PLAIN AND 1 I
DIAGONAL SERGES. NOTE THE PRICES: B j
X 100 MISSES' AND LADIES' TAIL- 175 LADIES' AND MISSES' TAIL- 200 ladies akd mississ tailored suits ;!
CfO IN THIS SALK AT $14.. IN THIS LOT 1!
I nornCFUTC cnmDTJPUT ADHD ORED SUITS, SOME OF WHICH IT WILL FIND MANY OF THE BEST I
f ORED SUITS, SOLD REGULAR UP ' fancy mixtures and a complete
SOLD REGULAR UP TO $50.00, GO kange of staple shades, suits in I !
i TO $30.00, GO ON SALE AT. . .$6.95 hnkaifat o qk T1IIS lot bis&ulajrly up to $45.00. sale 1 H
3 U1N bALJb Ml )jy.y5 PRICE S14.95 P i
I TWO HUNDRED FINELY TAILORED SUITS MADE OF THE FINEST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC I ft
I SUITINGS, BUILT BY THE MASTERS OF THE TAILOR'S ART. INCLUDED IN THIS LOT 75 OF THE f
MAX SCHWARCZ SUITS, THE MASTER TAILOR FOR LADIES $35.00 UP TO $85.00 SELECT AT IUST
ONE HUNDRED FIFTY TAILORED SUITS OF THE BEST MAKES, NEW ARRIVALS OF THE LAST 1
FEW DAYS, PUT IN THIS SALE AT ONE-FOURTH OFF.
1 BY EXPRESS WE HAVE RECEIVED A BELATED LINE OF THE FINEST 1 m I
I BLACK SILKS, ALSO HOLIDAY SHADES AND COLORS. THESE WERE (ildjSv !
I TO HAVE BEEN RECEIVED EARLIER. THEY ARE BIG VALUES. WE M Mk I '
I CANNOT SAY TOO MUCH FOR THESE VALUES. THE GOODS ARE HERE 1 Ilim V 1
j TO BACK UP ANY STATEMENT. THIS SILK SALE WILL CONTINUE SO VIIfL " M I '
J THAT EVERYONE WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE ADVAN- ; i WWBfe 1 I
j TAGEOFIT. NEVER WERE BETTER BARGAINS OFFERED IN SILKS " ifp I 1
I AND DRESS GOODS. :T VMM ' I
l 36-IXCII SATIN DE PARIS, $1.75 QUALITY, 1.500 YARDS OF CHENEY SHOWER-PROOF ' v. 0; jSmfSSSTm k i I
i SALE PRICE ?1.49 SILIvS, 26 INCHES WIDE, IN STRIPES AND .... 5fi5ii& 1 il ' P '
i 36-INCH M"OIRE SILK, $1.25, SALE PRICE. 862 FANCIES. ALL THE LATEST SHADES t 1M I H t
36-INCH SATIN DE LUXE, $2.25, SALE S5c QUALITY at 5S JZ M fl 1 j
V PRICE ?1.69 1,000 YARDS OF 36-INC1 1 MESSAIjINE AND Jtftf M 1 i
U 36-INCH PEAU DE S01JC. $1.75, SALE CHANGEABLE CHIFFONS, TAFFETAS AND , mJfflfflgMX I
B PRICE .?1.26 LATEST BROCADES, IN THE LATEST SHADES, IWfflltwS ' I !
36-INCH BLACK TAFFETA, $1.00, SALE . $1.25 TO $1 75, SPECIAL AT 98 . - mMfMSmSy i lift S I 1 1
PRTCE 76 2,000 YARDS FIGURED CIUFFON TAFFETA, WUKWStW V, VH? 1 f '
I 27-INCI1 BLACK TAFFETA, 75c QUALITY, BROCADE SATINS. FANCY STRIPES AND PER- , WxMMW ll l8 i I 1
SALE PRICE 56 SIAN DES'XR 00c TO $1.25 QUALITY. . 79d , -: XiWyMwlf7 j!ltf' 8 1
27-INCII DUCHESS, $1.25 QUALITY. SALE 1,500 YARD OF CHENEY SIIOWER-PR OOF ' ! m,mg mli i H JB"
PRICE $1.05 SILKS AX D STRIPES AND FAXCJ ES, IN ALL - n " Vfnmu7 j'. Jglf j ' g W
27-INCII MESS ALINE, 75c QUALITY, SALE THE LATEST COLORS 95c TO $1.00 QUALITY, ' -A- QWaW if mM J W fl
PRICE 65 FOR 6Sb i k V. ! W KM Ik M M fflfi
WOOL MESS GOODS AND CLOAKINGS ' ". iMwSE I I
I 36 TO 44-INCH DRESS GOODS, ALL STYLES 44 TO 50-INCH DRESS GOODS IN STAPLE MMv!M 1 IP
AND COLOR.S, SERGES, WHIP CORDS AND SHADES IN FANCY MIXTURES, PLAIN SER- WPMWmMmk I flh
FANCY MIXTURES; VALUES FROM 75c TO GES DIAGONAL AND WHIP CORDS, FROM iMHllIN I
$I.00-DECEMBER SALE 58- TQ $150DECEMBER PRICE 790 yWySK. .. I 1
54-INCH DRESS GOODS IN ALL STYLES AND jL TNCH DRESS GOODS IN PLAIN AND FANCY : i&J??-'- m
SHADES IN SERGES AND FANCY MIXTURES, 36-INCH DRESS GOODS IN PLAliN Am AJNU ?igg . r4
I FROM $1.50 TO $2.00 VALUES MIXTURES, 50c to 75c quality DECEMBER ?5? M
1 DECEMBER SALE 98 SALE 39? x-- W m
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OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
Ogden, Utah, Dec. 5. Butter
Creamery, cilra, in cartons, 3C;
creamery, firbtc, 33; cooking, 30;
Cheese Eastern, 21; Utah, 18;
V. A., 10.
gs Per case of 30 dozen, $8.00;.
Sugar Beet, $6.00; cane, $6.20.
St Louis, Dec. 5. "Wool Steady;
territory and western mediums, 21 &
25; fine mediums, 1820; fine, 13
STOCKS SELL ABRUPTLY.
Xew York, Dec 5. Effort was made
to force general liquidation in the
stock market today by attacks on
Steel, but the effect was unimportant
until midday, when the whole list sold
off abiuptly. More was heard of the
disposition "of banking institutions to
scrutinize closely the character of in
dustilal collateral for loans.
There was consequent liquidation of
a varied class of stocks, some of
which, consequently, found a very
narrow market. Although the drain
by the subtreasury reached $5,500,
000 for the week thus tar, money rates
uere comparatively easy, interior in
stitution coming into the market more
Bonds were easy.
New York, Dec. 5. Raw sugar firm;
muscovado, S9 test, 3.55; centrifugal,
96 test, -1.05. molasses, 89 test. 3 30.
Wheat Prices Rising.
Chicago, Dec. 5. Hot winds caus
ing crop damage in southern Argen
tine brought about a. rise today in the
wheat market hero. Bullish feeling
resulted also from predictions of light
world shipments, and on account of a
blizzard threatening to interfere with
tho movement of wheat northwest.
The opening was 1-4 to 5-8 higher.
May started at DO 3-4 to 91, nn ad
vance of 1-4 to 1-2, and climbed to
91 5-J5. Scarcity of December offer
ings made corn firm. Tho opening
was unchanged to 1-8 up at 48 3-4 to
48 7-8 and hardened to 49 1-1. Strength
developed In oats owing to the bulge
in other grain. May, which started a.
shade to 1-S higher at 32 7-S33 iq
33, reached 33 1-S. Packers' selling
eased provisions. First transactions
varied from 2 1-2 to 5 Iowor to 2 1-2
advance. Including May at 18.67 1-2 for
pork, 10.15 for lard and 9.92 1-2 for
Subsequent news of showers and
cooler weather In portions of Argen-'
- t'rtg i in .HI' i , .,-
Una induced a reaction. The close, IV
however, was strong, with May 1-4 & fll
3-8 net higher at 90 S-l'-S. WM
Omaha Livestock. 9
South Omaha, Dec. 5. Cattle Re- '
ccipts, 2,700; market steady; natlvu
steers, G.2o10.00; cows and holfers,
3 75(5)6.75, western steers, 5.40(LtS.30;
Texas steers, 4.Go06.35; cows and
heifers, 3.506.60; canners, 3 254.35:
stockers and feoders, 4 75S.00
calves 5.009 00; bulls, stags, etc., 4.50
6.25. Hogs Receipts. 13,000; mar
ket steady to shade lower; heavy, 7.5'
7.65; mixed. 7 457 75; light, 7.3n jl
7.60; pigs, G,007.25; bulk of sale', wjfi
7.I5-7.G0. Sheep Receipts, 7,000,
market steady to strong; yearlings, 7
1.70gi5.20; wethers, 3.754.60; owes,
3.504.30; lambs, 0.107.70.