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Wmn i HE EVENING. STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912. 7 HH
: $50.00 IN DOLLS I
Given Away Free I
ii Vs I
l A coupon with every purchase in I
(i ; OUR TOYLAND
i t Come to the opening, Tuesday, December 10. I
iidi Richardson-Hunt Co. i
' m "The Crockery People." I
I J FREE CANDY FREE TOYS 1
Ogden Theatre 1
& THE ARINGTON COMEDIANS 1
H THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5. (1
t The laughing Comedy-Melodrama H
I "A Riamaway Tramp" 1
B Clever Specialties Between the Acts. H
a?H M3 Prices: 10 and 20 Cents 1000 Seats at 10 cents. E
,, rl Regular Matinee, Wednesday and Saturday. "
olbH Evening Prices: 10c, 20c and 30c. I
Hj Box Office Open Daily, 10 a. m., to 9 p. m. Phone 220.
E Nexfc Attraction ' ' PALS. '
if i Buy an Irrigated Farm at B
i New Castle
3jj "The Land of the Giant Sage" 1
4 Every Tuesday and Priday
t : i
')'r ' For prices, terms and particulars, see
ijj H.M.MONSON THOS. E. BROWNING
: ' Office Under Utah National Bank.
aS i A FRESH LOT OF
(j? I THE NEW RAISINS,
i 3 FOR 25c
1 I TABLE BUTTER
3 It's fine and guaranteed,
J I pound r 3Bc
. Best Iowa Corn, 3 cans 25c
2i J Utah Tomatoes, can 10c
"?- J Walter Baker's Chocolate,
'& & pound .;:; -35
S J High Pat. Flour (with 50c
& cash order) 1-00
Jl 3 7 5c boxes Matches joo
30c bottle Pure Olive Oilr . .20c
1 1 SMITH
1 1 GROCERY
M & Phone 91.
1 Choicest and latest patternj
$ in Dinnerware at prices to suit
g I all. New arrivals every day
3e of fancy china.
f E. A. OLSEN
3 3 2269 Wash. Phone H-
! ! I Th NewporTeaSe
' 5 JIM, WONG-WE, Managers.
,1 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
e nnen Day and Nignt.
I 5 Everything SanWFre-hJ
i, i -
I - 1 Holeproof Hosiery
t I For Men, Women and Children-
I f, I Guaranteed no holeo six months.
f I N. O. OGDEN CO.
'; I I 236 25th St. I
Sl Read the Classified Ads.
Three Nights Commencing
Thursday, December 6,
WALLERS STOCK CO.
in a new play of American life
in our own times, the
Prices 10c, 15c and 25c.
Matinee Saturday 2.30.
"The Buller's Secret"
I REPAIRING OF QUALITY
BEST ON EARTH
Our speed Is unequnlcd Sewed
solefl in ten minutes; nailed solos
in five minutes.
GOODYEAR SHOE REPALR
J. E. GUERNSEY,
364 24th St.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
PIANO for storage; no children;
Transportation paid. 567 27th at.
Phono 617-K. 12.6-na
LISTEN HERE .Madame Yag in the
greatest far-seer, nstrologlst, palm
- and card reader. Call and be con-
Xiccd. 160 26th at. La Grande cot-
I A GOOD INVESTMENT.
9 'qftven years ago I landed In this
i .owo ii only 51, but that dollar
I BhaVe Invested It very
B priSdli' telegraphed home for mou
" 1 cy."
For Editorial, r.'ews and Society
Department, Call Only Phono No
For Subscription anU Advertising
I Department, Call Phone No. 86
Tho third grand ball of the Sons
of Herman will be given Thursday
I evening, December 15, 'at tho Colonial
I Dancing academy. Admission 50c per
It Is earnestly requested that overs'
officer and member of the Women's
Relief Corps be present at tho K. of
P. hall at 2 30 sharp December 6, aa
there will be olection of officers and
other important buBlne3s.
NANNIE S. OWENS, President.
JULIA A. ALLEN. Secretary.
Fine sugar cured picnic hams 151
cents per pound. Washington Mar
ket, 245S Washington ave,
Democratic Celebration A number
of Democrats of Weber county ani
planning to attend the big Democrat
ic festival in honor of tho election of
Wood row Wilson, to be held In Salt
I-akc at tho Hotel Utah on January S
Jackson Day will be celebrated at the
same time. It is expected that 800
Democrats will bo in attendance at
the festival, which will consist of a
banquet at which toasts and speeches
will be given.
I would like to see the case of
rheumatism I cannot cure. T. J
Frconor, D. C. Chiropractor, room 14,
phone 311, 2H1 Wash. Avo.
Much Money In Banks That Ogdon
and Weber county are in a prosperous
condition is shown by the bank state
ments of tho state and national banks
operating in the city. According to
the statements, more than $16,000,000
in deposits are carried by the local
bank6. Of this amount $5,152,800.04
Is subject to check, while the balance
is represented in certificates of depos
its and savings.
Wanted A boy with horso to carry
Evening Standard. Call at once at
Basketball Coach AV. M. McKay of
the Weber academy has been working
with the basketball players of the
academy for some time and is con
fident that he will have a winning
team this year. Although the first
team has not been selected, tho school
has accepted a challenge from the
Brlgham Young university to play a
game in Provo. This game will bo
played In the near future.
Try B & G butter it has no equal.
Appendicitis Glen' C. Cook of Ban
croft, Idaho, was operated on for ap
pendicitis at the Dee hospital. The
attending physicians pronounced the
Call 303 when you want beer, wines
or liquors. Foley's
Business Changes Hands L. B.
Best has purchased the chill parlors
on Twenty-fifth street. formerly
owned and operated by W. J. Wolfln
ger, and he will personally manage
the place hereafter.
What is a table richly spread with
out a loaf Home Delight Bread?
Marriage Licenses Yesterday after
noon marriage licenses were issued to
John A Hoslop and Laurabcllo Hoggc
of West Weber; John Aaron Painter
of Stockton and Anna Louisa Irwin of
Clinton; Harry A. Weeks of Menomi
nee, Wis., and Julnctta Barnes of Dow
ney. Ida., and to John C. Gotch of
Clinton and Mary L. Arabe of Hoop
er. I Investigate our freo introductory ot
; fer on beers, wines and liquors. Foley's.
New Lumber Yard The Badger
Coal and Lumber company has begun
the construction of a business block
on Washington avenue and Twenty
first street, that will cost in tho
neighborhood of 1,500.
Cali 421 for the news, editorial and
society departments of the Standard.
Vlclted Her Parents Mrs. Carl Al
lison has returned from an extended
visit with her parents nnd other rel
atives at Coalville.
Old papers for salo at this office;
25c per hundred.
Railroad Officials William Ware
and D. W. Lincoln, assistant vice
presidents of the Union Pacific, and
J. P. O'Brien, general manager of
the Oregon Railway & Navigation
company, passed through Ogden this
morning en route to Salt Lawe.
Wanted Green fruit trees cut in
four foot lengths for smoke wood.
Wanted by Ogden Packing & Provi
Fruit Men Aboard Union Pacific
train No. 3, arriving in Ogden tomor
row morning, will lc an extra tour
ist sleeper attached with several offi
cials of the Suburban Fruit company
on board. Tho party is coining from
Minneapolis en route to Los Angeles.
Colonel H. C. Lee of the Salvation
Army slopped off In Ogden today to
visit the local staff before continuing
on his way to Denver. The colonel
has been on a trip of inspection to
tho Pacific coast.
j. R. Ilarvoy and wife of Paradise
Valley are registered at the Marion
D. States of Ely, New, was an Og
den visitor yesterday.
C. F. Griffin of Humboldt, New, is
stopping at the Marion hotol.
In the district court this morning a
petition for divorce was filed by law
yers representing Emily Cheshire
against John R. Cheshire, the allega
tion being that tho defendant has fail
ed to provide tho necessities of life
for the plaintiff for some time past
Tho petition avers that the parties
were married September 2St 1908.
Fisher Estates In. the estates of
Loreuzo Fisher and Robert Fisher, de
ceased, petitions for trial account and
report and for distribution have been
filed in the district court.
Real Estate Trnnsfer Frank Tay
lor has transferred to W. P. Dav a
part of lot 7, block 1, plat B, Ogdou
survey, consideration, $1.
ESPECIALLY HER BILLS.
Uncle Bill (Just on from tho west)
Yes, ves; I know tho old story then
vou' married and settled down.
Young Hnrdup No; I've been try
ing to sottle up over Bincc.
TRAINS TO THE
Passenger travel to California Is
heavy and continues to Increase. The
Lo Angclos limited la crowded each
(lay and .several prospective pasnuu
gcrs are forced to wait for accommo
dations on that train.
Thb Western Pacific officials report
that they aro experiencing hoavy
trafflr ovei tholr lino, luu to tho
opening ot tho winter season in Cali
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Fred J
Kiescl returned from California after
u visit of a month with her son at
Sacramento, who la engaged in the
banking business in the California cap
ital. Mrs. Klcsel was accompanied home
by her brother, Theodore Schanscn
bach, who had spent a short tlmo at
Mr. SchunBcnbach had the rather
novel experience of being robbed, and
he Is at a total loss to know just how
he was separated from his wealth. It
was not a holdup by any means, but
tho money was missing Sunday after
noon, after he hnd spent somo time
around tho lobby of the Palace hotel
and visiting In different parts of tho
He had occasion to use a little raon
cy and. reaching into his pocket for
his wallet, discovered that It was gone
nnd with It had disappeared his ticket
to Ogden ' A hurried search In his
suit cases and 'clothes failed to dis
close this purse which contained aboui
$70 in casb and the railroad ticket
Mr. Schansenbach says he has no
Idea how or when the money was tak
en from him.
The San Francisco papers report
that throo others were "touched" for
money the same afternoon in the vi
cinity of the Palace hotel.
FAKE ROLL OF
N H. Harris, who says he is a trav
eling salesman from Boston, was ar
rested last night at S30 o'clock after
A. Martinelly, a young minor from
Blackfoot, Ida , claimed he had been
swindled out of $S0. Both Martinelly
and Harris were arrested at the Cen
tral hotel by Patrolmen Heani and
When the police searched the room
occupied by the men, they found a
number of fake rolls of currency made
by rolling up nowspaper clippings tho
size of a bill and putting a $10 bill
on the outside of the roll. They al30
found a check made out for $920.
The charge against Hnrris will be
held open pending an investigation
and the pollco will endeavor to appre
hend the outside "pal" of Harris
TO MOLD A
Tomorrow evening, in tho Fourth
ward Amusement hall, there will be
a reunion of tho Stratford family, the
occasion being tho eighty-first birth
day of Mrs. Mnrianna Stratford, wid
ow of Bishop Edwin Stratford, who
died in 1899.
Beginning at C o'clock there will be
a banquet, followed at S:30 o'clock
with a program of music and speak
ing, and at 9:30 dancing will bo an
nounccd. President C. W. Penroso of Salt
Lako and President Wm. Budge of
Logan will be present, and posslbl
Bishop Nlbley. Nearly every member
of tho large family Is expected, In
eluding seven sons, two daughters. 59
grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren,
and other members of the fam
ily. The aged lady, who is to he the
honored guost of the reunion, though
far past her allotted tlmo, lives in the
homestead at 21S4 Jefferson, enjoying
tho beat ot health and Lilting ns great
an Interest as over in the affairs of
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IS TEMPTED I
The police court was honored this
morning by having among ita prison
era a noble Redman and an actor nij
well. In tho person of Indian Jim, "re
cently of tho Orpheum stage. But
the mighty Redman had fallen from
prominence and appeared with one
eye In mourning, and a charge of
drunkenness was placed against him
When ho was brought Into tho station
yesterday he was believed to be a
stranger, but this morning he was rcc
ognlzed by a number of people after
he had told hlB story.
He said that he was well acquainted
In Ogden, having lived here ten years
ago At that time he had boon ar
rested on a number of occasions for
getting druuk, but before he leTt the
city ho reformed and had been a total
abstainer until temptation overpower
ed him yesterday.
According to his story ho had been
with thti party of Indians who are tail
ing part in Joseph Goss' productlou
of "An Indian Romance," which played
here recently, but was obliged to
leave the company at Denver because
of a knee which was Injured several
years ago by a bullet. This wound
began to pain him so that ho decided
to return to his home at Malad.
While on tho train coming to Ogden
he found a bottle of whisky "Having
been former friends and having sep
arated." said the Indian, "the reunion
caused mo joy and I took several
drinks." Before he arrived In Ogden
he was so drunk that the railroad peo
ple refused to let him rldo farther and
he was put off here, where ho was
arrested and taken to tho station.
He explained to the judge that ho
was very sorry that he had taken the
drinka nnd promised that ho would
never get drunk again
Judge Rceder asked him what Blsh
op James Ward would think of him
when ho arrived at Malad, and the
Indian stated that no doubt he would
be sorry that one of his parishioners
had yielded to temptation.
Indian .11 m" will bo held until tho
Malad train leaves this evening at
5 30 o'clock, when he will be roleased
to go to his home.
CITY LOSES IN
The trial of tho condemnation case
of Ogden City against Charles R Mc
Gregor et al was concluded this fore
noon and the jury rendered a verdict
in favor of the defendant, fixing tho
valuation of the property at $1,230.
The city contended that the prop
erty was worth only about $800, while
tho valuation placed on It by the de
fondant was $2,G00.
AT THE END
At n meeting of the Ogden High
School Alumni association held in the
alumni quarters at the high school
last night plans for the ball to he
given were discussed and committees
were appointed to work for the suc
cess of the nffair.
The ball is to be held on New
Year's ce and watch party featuros
will be introduced. It is the purpose
of tho association to make this ball
a great get-acquainted affair for tho
members of the alumni association,
and the committees will endeavor to
have every member of that body at
tend tho dance.
There are 500 graduates enrolled
in tho alumni books, and it is the de
sire of the present officers to or
ganize a strong association of theso
former students. The board of edu
cation has set aside rooms in thu
high school for tho use of graduates,
and these rooms have been decorated.
If the proposed plans are carried out,
meetings will bo held twice a month
and variety will bo added in the shape
of interesting programs or refreshments.
THEY ASK FOR
A communication to the city board
of commissioners from T P. Emmett,
chairman of a 'committee that some
time ugo petitioned the commissioners
to tako up tho matter of remedying
certain conditions on Lincoln nvenuo.
south of Twenty-fifth street, regarding
the manner ol operating cars over
tho Bamberger road, was referred to
tho committee of the whole this morn
ing. In his communication Mr Emmett
stated that the petitioners considered
that tholr appeal for help had not beon
given duo consideration and he desir
ed to know when the matter was to
It will bo recalled that the property
owners of Lincoln avenuo claimed in
their petition for a redress of wrongs,
I that tho Bamberger cars were being
operated in such a way as to endanger
life and. also that they were disturbed
at night because of the "Jerking, rumo
ling noise of the cars" due to the low
joints in the roadbed
Today's Marriage Licenses Mar
riage licenses wero issued today to
Wlfllam H. Simmons of Lay ton and
Mao Strong of Kaysvlllc; Jcromo Mil
ler of Harrisvllle and Isabel Wood
fUeld of North Ogd.cn, and to John T.
Edwards and Mrs. Mary J. Wcstlakc
ELECTION AND BANQUET.
The Ladles' auxiliary to Harry A.
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I OF THE 1 I
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1 TOMORROW AT 10:30 SHARP, OP 1 I
I" PAST LOTS AND UNCALLED I I
FOR GOODS I I
I ALL GOODS MUST BE REMOVED II I
I BY SATURDAY BEFORE 10 A. M. II I
I OR DEPOSIT WILL BE FORFEITED 1 I
j Utah National Bank I
jj OGDEN, UTAH I I
I United States Depositary 1 IH
j Capital and Surplus, $180,000 I H
Gives Its Patterns ttic Fullest 1 . I
j Accommodation Consistent I I
with Safe aEid Conservative 1 I
I Banking I I
I RALPH E. HOAG, President. 3 I
J HAROLD J. PEERY, Vice-President. 1
fi' LOUIS H. PEERY, Vice-President. fl
I A. V. McINTOSH. Cashier. 1
I FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
OF OGDEN, UTAH
U. S. DEPOSITARY I
Capital $ 150,000.00 I
Undivided profits and surplus 360,000.00 M
David Eccles, Pres.; IYL S. Browning, Vice-Pres.; G. H. Tribe, 1 I
Vice-Pres.; John Watson, Vice-Pres.; John Pingree, Cashier; 1
Jas. F. Burton, Asst. Cashier. 1
j '0 MOTOR DOCTORS I
i BbBwRIb e rBwind armatures. Re- I
Youns Spanish War Veterans held)
their annual election of officers last
evening at Union Labor hall. An
Interesting meeting was held and ad
journment was made to accept tho un
expected invitation of tho locnl bar
bers and their wives to their banquet,
which was being held In an adjoin
The ladies wero royally treated and
appreciated most heartily their hour
around the banquet board
.The officers elected were Prcsi- II
dent, Mrs. Kate Toponco; senior vice H
president, Mrs. Jano Waiters; junior , U
vice president, Mrs. Hunsen, con- HH
ductor, Mrs. Shupo; assistant conduc-
lor, Mrs. MatUc Datchelor; treasurer,
Mrs. Elliott; secretary, Mrs, Stevens; . H
guard. Mrs. Mortensen. assistant, Mr3.
Singleton; chaplain. Mrs. Mauzol; col- ' I
or bearers, Mrs. .lanle Knlgbt, Mrs.
Mabel Wessler, Mrs. Jsclla Tyreo and -B
Mrs. Eliza Storey. i I
n,:?sv:-f'c for sale by a. r. mmntyre, drugs.