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I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913
G . . "
now is the time to buy a few extra
pairs of half hose.
you can save more.
HH I 1 1 1 1 ! i
I NORTH OGDEN
HAS A FLOOD
LaBt evening 100 electric lights
were turned on n North Ogden ami
the little town at once moved to the
vanguard of modern Illumination. All
the public places were lighted and a
good many residences had i tie bright
globe for the first time.
The Utah Licht A Power company
completed its main line to .North .
den in the afternoon many resident
having been tvlred in the meantime.
The cost of the extension Manager
Whitaker says, was $t.500, th- aoi
being begun vvhe.i rontnu te foi onl)
$1,400 worth of lights had bt en ob
tained Negotiations are now on betewon
the county commissioners and the
light company whereh) thfl main
thoroughfare between Ogden and
North Ogden may bp supplied with
electric lights It is said that there
Is little question hut that the board
and the light company will arrive at
I RAPID TRANSIT
HAS A NEW
After February 1. P. D. Kline will
occupy the position of suporint : nden;
of the Ogdm Rapid Transit company,
filling the varancy caused b) the
death of Joseph Bailey Secretary K.
S. Roiapp announced the appolntmi Ql
Mr. Kline came to Utah in 1903 to
take chrrge of the electrification of
the Salt Lr.ke & Ogden railroad. f
ter a short vacation. Mr Kline return
ed to Ogden and took charge of the
installation of the Merchants Ligh'
and Power company system.
IMALAD MAN IS
HELD IN THE
F. B. Brooks of Malad Ida was
arrested yesterday afternoon alter lie
had presented a check to the Becker
Brewing company in payment of a
bill and the man's balance at the
bank was found to consist of 1 cent.
Brooks owed the company $1S and
he presented a $30 check in paj
ment, askin? them for the change.
The bookkeeper however, ascertain
ed the state of Brooks' finances and
his check was not accepted,
The authorities have been after
Brooks slncc December when he pass
ed a worthless check on the Wessier
I Fresh Meat
J A little of each makes
1 an order for delivery.
I .A 26th 8t and Wash. Phone 91
Cigar companj for $47. He owed the
COmpanj $27 and this amount was
taken from the check, tho balance
being turned over to him in cash
Later the check was returned w !th
the announcement across the face of
the paper 'No funds. "
Sheriff Harrison says that Brookfl
is a business man of Malad Ida., and
that he has done considerable busi
ness with the Malad bank
"Thou Shalt Not Kill" a Yitagraph
feature at (hp Isis theatre is a sub
ject of unusual Interest. Two ques
tions of popular discussion enter Into
this picture: circumstantial evidence
and capital punishmenl It convinces
that both have to be ronsidered very
carefully and seriously.
This story tells of an innocent wo
man condemned to death on purely
circumstantial evidence. Her life Is
saved because her condition would
make it necessary to sacrifice two
lives. By the ultimate confession of
the guilt) party, she is released from
jail and her entire innocence estab
lished There Is much to he learned
Irom a subject of this kind
Lubln's excellent two reel sensa
tional military border picture, 'The
Mexican Spy" la ihe headllner at the
Globe theatre This is a story of love,
treachery and war and Is full of ex
citement and tin ills
The program at the Oracle theatre
is good and evenly balance! with
Kalcm's blir railroad story, "A Des
lerate Chance," featuring Alice Mol
ester in one of the best of her many
We are making a distinct feature
of our Ids OrrhcMra and tho musical
program given there of which the
following lor this week is worth the
1 price of admission :
Opening March Manisot Brooke
Temple Dance Orelg
I High Heels ond Buckles ... Moore
From suite. "My Lady Boudoir"
Baron Trenck Albini
Sele'tlon trom the Opera
V.' My l ittle Bumble Bee Marshall
Echoes from the Metropolitan
Opera House Tobani
"Mosida by the Lake Irrigated
lands at $100 per acre with liberal
terms, is the 'best buy ever offered
Ogdcn's public. Lit her wire or write
ioda lo the National Savings Trust
Co.. top floor Walker Bank hldg.. Salt
Lake City, Utah, or. better still, get
in touch with the company's repre
Bentative, S. J Pell, with the Western
Agency. Phone tall 2562 Washington
Ave , Ogden. Utah, and reserve your
self one of these tracts. (Advertise
H L. Stonecifer. formerly a dentist
' of Ogden, died in Los Angeles on
Saturday laBt, word to that effect
having been received this morning by
frlenns of the family in Ogden.
He leaves a wife and one son that
were with him at the time of his
MOTION DAY IN
In Judge Harris' court tht6 morning
the following motions were continued
to January 31.
J. F. Owens vs L. B Topham et
al., demurrer to cross-complaint
nna Brostrom vs. Lynch-Cannon
Bnglneerlng company, demurrer
Zion's Co-Operative Home Building
& Real Estate company vs George T
Stephens et al., demurrer to amended
Zion's Co-Operatlve Home Building
& Real Estate company vs. V J. go.
phens ct al.. demurrer to amended
HIS QUICK RECOVERY.
"You made a quick recovery
"Yes. You see I employed two doc
"Sure. They spent nearly all their
time quarreling over my treatment,
and that gave me the chance I ueed-
George .louee. charged with obtain
ing money under false pretenses, was
given a neat package of 90 day6 or
$9u by Judge W H Beeder this morn
ing. When asked If he had anything
to say. the young man repeated his
former assertions that he forged the
check for $1 76 because he was unabl"
to get work. He was consldcrahlv
cast down by the sentence he recelv
Frank Fiandt charged vvlth petty
larceny received a fine of $15 for
taking electric light sockets from the
Weber Electric company.
The Evening St-vndnrd business of
fice closes at S o'clock each even
ing Corn plaints fur papers mu st be
made before that time to receive at
tention If vou do not get your pa
per by 6.30 o'clock p m . tall up t -ephone
No Sf, and ask for tho circu
Washington. Jan 24 - Mrs. Mar '
et Zano Witcher "I Salt Lake 1 lit) to
day delivered the vote ol the Utah
electors to the president of the s-n
She was the first woman to appear
among the messengers coming in from
the various Btates Sh traveled 2380
miles and received $5S5 for her mileage.
CITY TELEPHONE I
FOR BRIGHAM j
Brlgham City, Jan. 24. The city
council appointed a committee of
three members to investigate the
proposition of a municipal telephone
system in Brlgham Ctt 'l he om
mlttee will be composed of City Coun
cilman Roland A Mad Sen, John D.
Peters and Attorney Xcls Jcnson. The
committee will consider cost of in- i
stallation. operation and maintenance
und cost of material, and report at a'
future mass meeting of the citizens of
The stockholders of the Bri - h.nn
City Fruit Growers' association met
in their annual session and heard the
report of Manager George W Wat
klus. The same officers were Install
ed for the ensuing year, with Mr
VYatklns as manager. The following
will form the directorate: John P.
Chrisiensen. Hans S. I arsen. Alma
. tvereon, George W. Watkins. Jame
Jansen. L. J. Anderson and E. A.
Members of the Utah Sportsmen's
association have lurmalL Indorsed the
administration of the state fish and
game department under Fred W.
Chambers, the present commission. n
They also give their approval of 1 1 1
legislation recommended !' Commls- 1
sioner Chamberi In his blermial re- I
t nrt to the governor and will urge
The association held its meeting on
Wednesday evening in the store of
the Western Aims & Sporting Coods
companv in '-alt lake Anion.' the
lavs proposed b) Commissioner B
chambers In his report was one for a I
-huri open season for dm ks during 8
the month f March, Id addition i I
the fall sesson.
OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE
(Selling Prices )
Ogden. Utah, Jan 24 Butter
creamery, extra, in cartons, 35;
creamery, firsts. 33; cooking, 30;
Cheese Eastern. 21; L'Uih. 18,
BggS - Per i use of 30 dozen. $7.uu; i
ranch, $9 00.
Sugar Beet. $6 00. cane. $6.20
WAR AFFECTS MARKETS.
New vork, lan 24. The unexpect
ed change in the attitude of Turkey j
and the resultant weakness of Euro
pean markets, constituted the chief
Influence in trading here. London and
the continental markets were sellers
ihero when business began but re-
verBCd their attitude later and took
j back some stocks.
International shares were the
weakest But professional selling soon!
culminated and there was an irregu
lar recovery which brought I ho lead
ers to within fractional distances of
The advantage was not long main-
talned, however. V break of 5 1-2
points in Illinois Central which was,
attributed to mlsgivlnus ns lo the
maintenance of Us dividend, under-)
mined the market and price? fell back
to the low point Bonds were steady.
New York Stock List.
Amalgamated Copper, ex. div.. 71 l-
American Beet Sugar 36 1-2
American Cotton Oil. bid ..... 5S
Anier. Smelt. & Refining . . 71 3-
American Suar Refining 114 1-4
American Tel & Tel 123 1-4
Anaconda Mining Co.
Atchison 104 3-4
Atlantic Coast line 130
Baltimore & Ohio, ex. dlv.
and ex. rights 102 1-3
SOME very important selling events will store Closes I
be in progress at this store tomorrow t Earl, Tomorrow j
There will probably be no other month in the year when so many good at ejght o'clock tomorrow even-
ri , t ,J,r CAnt 1C log instead of nine assures our I
opportunities await our customers. Ihe Yearly hmbroiaery event ib patron6 of better service. Th
now at its best the offerings this vear are remarkable. The offer- ZTr! LcVtll
ings in Muslin Underwear are as good as on the day the sale opened. gPa 0,h,esrvwre
ihe January Sale of White Fabrics is in progress as well as the gen- lhJnk 0UP customers for the h
oral January Sale reductions in all departments. No matter what your -rr th's "viment
needs are today, the sale prices at this store deserve your attention.
The Yearly Embroidery Event
2SO Embr?ero Liberally displayed on tables in the main worth to $3.00 ,
fcdejtv. worth to Bl.tW J r u Be thJ blindifne j
t 25c yard n may buy sc and on counters on the south side 01 rne Dabv Irjsn ;infi Venice nonnc-inn 1
Flounciogs up to -r Inches wid.- " t. i c id thr wiiuhv.vs' 1 Iks. hi., ox- 'J
(a yard nnd a quarter), also hand- jyiain floOI" are the UnUSUai CmDrOlderV ValUeS rltef, mu(l nnratinn- lo-inrh
fnmi' pieces m the 12. 18 and 27- - - i flouncin" v ,ih th- vv.-- i-ico- of
Inch widtrs. Allovrra also at this Qf fj-jp EmbrOiderV CVent. All Ot tne Vailieb randgom.H( U.ib-. in-.li and cnice
price Positively there are embrol- - Rmbrolder irinds-nn.- -.alu.-f
dfrlea time actually worth to $1 fin ori ryinallv advertised are Still OtiereCl- L.J1, .A,,rM, r:nn- '.m- '.m a vard I
a yard All now 25c '
39c 5STS S8c $1.18 5J& $1.59 d
on.-r -.1, , ,h, artu,l sal,.,. A ' ..f the finer sort -embroider- with alacrity. Thfi htu.d.ome as 8 w ht.,,ci fine
Ithls price are flounclngs 18 27 les which you have doubtless Baby Irish land Venice fdsings on fin , m.- J; j1ist ,s nne
land mil vard wide Embroideries bought at $2.50 These are in 5- IS-Inch fabrics. Exquisite edgings Sw s The edg s ar j
I which ar, , HI tble tor dress, and Inch flounclngs and the Embroidery worth to 3 10 These will be lib- and lacy " Jef)0holueJnfor $u9
I offered m a world of new dainty Bvenl brings -hem to you al onlj erally and abundantly displayed are splendid 3.oU values
patt, rns 39c a yard 68c a yard. and offered at $1.18 a yard. a yard.
The January Sale of Undermuslins
New Musims of th. $ The Yearly Embroidery Event is drawing to 5S US'"5 f the 79C
, .. At T'.ic will be offered cowns of
IZ JZ a close. On the Second Floor the muslins are ,.. Hr.. r ,,,,
TnZLT:ZZT still displayed as at first and the offerings are STJ, ST
-just as attractive now as at the beginning of TtZJ'ZTL
R The pmces Oflered are
I gown long skirts princess slips the Sale "' ''" ,lu'h '" ,:alii:-f'"; T1"'
and mbination pieces Prettj 1 laces and enibmi'l.-n. - ct tin- l ? t -
I pieces, worth to $2.00, for ter quality Values worth not less I
New Muslins of the 4 AO New Muslins of the Qf than $1.25
$3.00 value tyJLm&O 75c value MX,
New Muslins of thc 9p I lellghtf ully fine pieces worth to At this price will be offered ex- Mni of th fQ i
,5c valuc ... (H Somp of tfts ,ol are trlni. ceptiqna.1 short Pkirts and gowus $1 50 value UOC I
orsct covers of the usual dc- mC( w Rn tne nanj rr0cheled Irish Some of the skirts are made wtth Long coth and nainsc,ok naVc K
ign. Pitted corset (overs aud laco Tne bodcs Qf a here are the hand finished convent scallop )0en malnl used in the makins; ol I
drawers, made of clean, smooth Qj enhor nainsook or long clotr. The gowns In either high neck, low the garments at this price. And I
(.. i, : in I Aiti. ... it i.-.'e ,.-n, l(.nn.s la, e ha- been ne, k and the imperial stvies Those in this lot are some of the vervB
and embroider) or with hemstitch- ' trlmminas Skirts, garments at this price hkh are Iu offered ln 'hKe v;!le B
ed ruff es rwo garment here foi nf'1 ,n ' , .in , . , uu . . i Princess slips, gowns, combination
, , more than the usual combination pieces and prin- not trimmed with convent seal- picce8i drawprs and ,onc skirts-l
one as iht pieces Id this lol are cess slips, all wonderfully made, at lops have trimmings of lace and You. fIud these a ven. elabo.
Vortfa and 10c 1M embroidery. rateiy made and of tne verv bostBj
materials $1.50 values for 98e. j l
SaSSS"- S2.98 "fns "h' 39c arJT ' ,h; 69c :r'"" 24cl
And here i- the hand omeSI lol Of a little finer muslin; trim- A little wider v.:rity of pieces From this lot yon will select K
of them all Pieces actcallj worth min?s of better lace, better em- in tris G9c lot Gowns with high o. srort skirts, gowns, corset coversl
" " " ,s- Princess lirol(Jerv A uttls more skillfully low necks short skirts combina- and drawers. The drawers are ofK
;md in Inn a lion pieces I he ,, , , . . , ,. , (. it he t hi nrdinarv kIvIps nr I he Ml
trimmings in these pieces are Ol made Stylishlj fashioned corset Uon suits, drawers. Such piecea Vlarcolla stvle These garnicSW
the finest lace and embroider) The covers and drawers. The trim- as are offered in this lot are the are all trimmed with crood lace and Hi
-tvb. are ,,r ihe -re lat,-:.t Snrti niinps are of lace and embroidery ; kind for which you expect to pav embroider) Gowtis at Hit's' nrlceR
pieces as will appeal to th pros- 39c for garmenS which are easily from s to $1 On The trimminj;? m1, ,e had In either the high or I
I s bride and the lad) whose worth 6'ic. in some cases more. here are of lace and embroidery. Jow' ner.k styles Two carmentsH
wardrobe must be filled with the Two garments for a trifle more Select two pieces for a trifle more for trifle more than the "cost ofK
verv best $2.98. than the tost of one than the cost of one one
Broolclyn Rapid Transit .... 89
Canadian Pacific 242 7-S
Chesapeake & Ohio 77
Chicago & Northwestern ... 135 1
Chlcsgo, Mil & St. Paul 112 1-2.
Colorado Fuel & Iron 3i 1-4 1
Colorado .- Southern, bid 31
Delaware & Hudson 16i
Deliver Jc Kio tirunde. bid ... 21
Erie 80 7-8
General Blectric . L1 8-4 1
Great Northern pfl 127 7-S
Groat Northern Ore Ctf6 ... 18 5-81
llbnols GpntiMl 121 3-4 j
Interhorough-Met 17 1-2
Preferred GO J-8
Inter Harvester 106 1-2
Louisville & Nashville 132
Missouri Pacific 4 1-4
Missouri Kansas Texas .. 27
Lehigh Valiev . ir-u 34
National Lead, bid . W
New York Central 107
Norfolk & Western I '2
Northern Pacific 1W 1-2
People's Gas 1 1 1
Pullman Palace Car bid ... .162 1-2
Reading 164 l'z
Rock island Co 22 1-i
Preferred 40 1-2
Southern Pacific 105 1 -4
I Southern Railway 27
Union Pacific 158 li
United States Steel 68 1-8
Preferred 109 1-3
Wabash ' r
Western I'nion ,'"s
I want to exchangs thiB book it
has a vet . stupid enJlng.
"I think vo have mads s mistake
madam. This is not a library
"Don't vou read a dallj paper
I "Nope ' Ninei -da) negotiable pa
I par's the only kind that interests mc. I
Chicago, Jan 24 The repotted in
tention of the new Turkish ministry
to recall its peace envoys from Lon- j
don hud j hullish eiiect on wheat at I
the opening toda. tiky opened :J-Scj
to l-4( up al 'i2'5-8c to 92 l-2c and I
sold early at 92 5-83-4c
Corn was nervous and inclined to!
easiness on its own account and the
other way n sympathy with wheat 1
MTaj opened a shade down at 51 3-8c
and sold between 51 .".-8(?7 J-4c and 51 1
Oats also were 8 trifle higher May
started a shade to 1-Sc up t 33 5-8
03i-4c lo dZ a-4c and sold to 33 1-2
Provisions were ouieM and steady .
Mav pork opened 2 l-2c lower at!
$18.82 1-2 and sold to $lin av
iard opened 2 i-2c lower to unchanged
at $10 12 1-2 to in lot and Ma. ribl
a shade up at lo 2 1-2.
Tho political crisis jn Turkey con
tinned to affect wheat Ma) touched
9 and closed firm 6-8c up at 92 7-8(
The corn close was steadv, May
l-8c up at '.I ::-lTt7-8c
New York Exchange.
New Vork. ran 24. Prime mer
cantlle paper .j to 5 per cent. ;
Sterling exchanRe stronc, with act
ual business In bankers' bills at
M J3.75 for 60-day bills and at $1 87 9 ,
Commercial bills. $1 83
Par silver, 02 l-2c
Government bonds, stead.
Railroad bonds irregular
Mone) on call, stead, 23-l perl
cent, ruling rate, 2 3-4 closing bid, I
3 1-1; offered at 2 1-2
Time loans, steadv 80 davs 3 1 '
and oo days. 3 :!-4. six months, 4 I
M eta la.
New vork. jan 21. Copper
Steady, standard spot and January,
$15.5o bid; February. March, April,
$15.60(916.00; electrolytic. $1t". :0;
lake, $lfi.r.ff7 If, 75. casting, $16.00
Tin Easy; spot. $49.85(?j 50.00: Jan
uary, $49 75 50.00; February, $49.50
'349.75: March, $40 3049 60
Lead Quiet, $4 "0iM.
Antimony Dull Cookson's $9,760
Iron Unsettled, unchanged
Chicago Jan 24. Cattle Receipts
1,500 market slow. weak. Beeves
$f. uu-fi'9 0" Texas steers. 4.7v,; ;,
western steers, $4.50g'7 20; stockers
and feeders, $4 9nffr7.50: cows and!
heifers. J2.7 T? 7.20; calves. $; im'.i
Hogs Receipts 25,000; market!
steadv to shade higher than Thurs-1
day's average. Light, $7.2007.60;!
mixed. $7.2507.50; heav) $7.00(fi
7 52 1-2 rough $7.0007.15 pigs,
$5 75w 7 30 hulk $7 iOQ 7.50.
Sheep Receipts, 8,000 market
steady Native. $4.7506.25: western.
$4.8606.25; rearlings $6.4008.00 '
lambs, native. $6:7509.00; western.'
$6 7" T 1 00
SI Louis. Jan 21 --Wool Steady;
territory and western mediums, 20.fr I
25c. fine mediums. 18020c: fine l 1 !
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City. Jan 24 Cattle Re
ceipts 12,000, including 200 southerns
Market steadv. Native steers. $6 SO
8 25. southern steers, $5.507.25:
southern cows and heifers, $3,750
fj 25; native cows and heifers. $3.75 Q
0 50, stockers aud feeders, $5,800 j
7.50, Ti b 5.i, salves,
i" western steets, $5 ouMW
western cows. $3.7506.50.
Hogs Receipts n.m0, miry1
stronc. Bulk ol sales 57 .2ljml -heav
, 7 ..." n 7 i - j packers lmml
butchers. $7.25Ti 7. ID : lu-ht. $"-li
:7::o piK5. $6.0006.75.
Sheep Rei nun nMlMN
steadv Mutton. . I ' Cfl,
rado lamiis $8.25 : 75 ranue
ers and earlint;s f 5 .."j-7 7.50; r
ewes. 1.5005.85; 'sk
Chicago Produce. MDl
-liivjo. .:.ln J4 - Mutter ACliw()l
I creameries, 24083c i
Lgg- Steady, receipts. 4.027
Fresh i oc . r pis' it nun . ase - indJ ,.
ed I 'f, ret rii,'. ! ;itf.r first. 11 !
I7 firsts. 22 .'ln ::-4c. J
Potatoes Steady re eiids :'S
Michigan. 17'" ".c . Minr.e.l.i. uf
48c. Wiaconsln, 44048c. 1 u
Sugar. J t
S's v Ln- :-t -!:;
N'ominal muscovado s '
'.Cllf I il ic;..;. 'I. .. '-I
.Sd test. Sj.7.:. J:-fiiieU- ' 3(J"'mLj
Phone 321. 405 2sth S'.r'4
Wt have the largest van J
city. Quick tervlce- Moving.
ping and handling planoa. rB
freight delb-erlei. Furniture L
Ing a specialty Storage at reJT.