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P SprinIs W
3 R Approaching j
Spring is approaching. Robins were seen in the T?
orchards yesterday. That is a good sign. So while m2j
ft) the opportunity is here, it is time to buy white goods
V "Tfc tfiat are so clean' PrettY and becoming to all ladies in C
XV e spring and summer. v3
Tomorrow is a good shopping day. And good A
O shopping is not complete without a visit to the great
White Sale at Burts. There is still time to gather in
? the remarkable bargains we are offering in this sale JU
1 1 anc you will be glad that you did. J
" A BLEND
of Utah and Ida
ho's finest wheat,
properly milled by
4 Crescgf Flour
. If you want some
! thing extra good,
9 Individuals with personal motives
are tpi failing he import that ihe
endy factories of this city are un
sanitary The simj'lf-fi refutation is " oaie
mtkA see. The public is invited to
fcisit us in our factory any day nt
any hour We manufacture our can
igftjps in sanitary upstairs rooms and
lima' e Mm-ii hi n !a:
111 Fine candies fresh caudies, tempt
ing i ani!:.- - i i : a r ca tidies
"Just Around the Corner."
Phor 321. 408 25th Stree'.
Wa hv the largest van 'n 'he
Aclty. Quick aervlco. Moving, ship.
3 ping and handling pianos. Prompt
S freight deliveries. Furniture mov
!5. ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
SILVERWARE and I
2455 Wash. Ave. Phone 213 1
jfeTRST MONTTrENT TO
T This beautiful monuraent to the
pen w ho v ore "the blue" arid those
Iwtao wore "the gray" is tc bo erected
Jin the city of Fitrgerald, Georgia.
fRFrom tho baae to the tip of tbt
Vlngcd figure of Peace, tho monu
ment dtslKTK-d by E. M Vlqueoney
will be 125 feet. It will b W feet
H at the base. Tho monument
will cost approximately J1&0.000 and
I Sflll be constructed of granitic roaz
For Editorial, ! ev and Society
Department. Call '.Inly Phone No
, For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phoe No. 56
Marriage Licenses " esterday af
ternoon marriage licenses were is
sued to Walter Calvin Waldron of
Morgan and Mary Hazel Watt of Trc
monton and to John Stewart and Mary
B. Wnyment of Warren.
Removal 3ale Every article must
go regardless of cost before moving
into our new location about February
I, first door south of Pingree bank !
Stafford Millinery Co.
Lecture at Academy A lecture for
men and boys has been announced by
the V M I A to be given in the We
ber academy auditorium Wednesday
(.veiling. Dr John T Miller, editor!
of the Character Builder, will he the
If von want tho BKST Butter, de
mand the B ft G brand
Concert At the Fourth ward to
night a concert will be given with
the following participants: Taggart
brothers, duet L. A. Garner, violin
solo: Rich sisters violin and mando
lln duet; Miss Minnie Brown, read
ing; George Douglas, o;o: 'iili,m
Wright, solo, Myrtle Gillis, piano so
lo Call 203 when you want beer, wlces
or liquors. Folej'i
Taken North John McDermorl. ar
rt-si'Mi in Ocden on Monday, was t;ik
en to Butte parly this morning by
Deputy Sheriff James Larkln of Sil
ver Bow county The prisoner must
face a charge of forgery alleged to
have been committed ten days ago.
Investigate cr tree introductory of
fer on beers, wines and liquors Fo-
Fractured Ankle Slipping on the
icy tank of the lender of his ensciti"
while taking water. George Murp'.p-.
aged 60 years and an employe of the
I'uion Pacific for i ta rs. fell to the
ground and was painfully injured yes
terday afternoon. He was taken to
the Dee hospital, where his Injuries
were treated bv Dr R 8. .loee The
injured man was carried to the round
house It was found that he suffered
:i fractured right ankle, slight scalp
wounds and probably Internal injur
Old papers for 6ale at this office,
26c per hundred
Harnett Robbed While making
preparations ?o leave for his hoihe In
Ogden aiiev yesterday afternoon, v.".
L Chambers, a farmer discovered that
some one had removed two sets of
celluloid rhis and two heavy brass
rines from his harness He reported
the matter to the police
Cat, 421 for tbo no?, r. ed.torlnl an1' j
society departments of the Standard
Stolen Pens A sin.nl! display - '
containing eighteen fountain pens and
valued at $65 was Btolen yesterday
lenioou from Ihe cilflo store of K W
Townsend at 176 Twenty-fifth street l
Amended Articles The Ogden
Packing & Provision company has fii
ed notice in the county t lerh a 6ffl i
of its intention to amend the articles
of incorporation in such a wy as to
provide foi five director! rather than
seven A meeting of the company
stockholders w;is hold January 17. at
which a resolution providing for the
amendment vns nassed.
Was Given the Jewelry .lames
Conley has notified his wife by let
ter that he in ur.de, aired in lxs
Angelei anri is awaiting trial for the
alleged theft of jewelrj from Wil
liam McDowell In the letter, dated
January 26, be sayi nothing of the
arrest of Payne, hiR partner Conlev
alleges in the letter that he was
ien the diamonds by 'he ranchman
who thought they were phony.
trial, he said, was set for some time
Teton Branch Opened E. C. Man
son, of the Oregon Short Dine, pass
ed through Ogdon t li is morning on
his way to Salt Lake Mr Hanson
has been on a trip of Inspection
north, and was present at the open
ing of the Teton branch of the Oregon
Short Line between St Anthony and
Priggs. Idaho He reports that heavy
6novs In that country have had the
effect of delaying trains and rotarv
snow plowg were used to clean the
Conference Held General Manager
E, E. Calvin of the Southern Pacific
returned to San Francisco this morn
ing after a conference with W. H.
Bancroft in Salt Lake.
Will Accompany Remains Engi
neer A. F. Mullen of the Southern
Pacific will accompany the remains
of his brother-in-law John F. Llhe
hnn to the old home at Woodstock,
Hie Father Dead Principal W. W.
Henderson of Weber academy re
ceived d telegram this morning an
nouncing the sari news that his fath
er, Jame6 Hendercon, had died this
I morning at 6 o'clock af the home In
lArlmo, Ida The message staled that
I Mr. Henderson grew suddenly worse
I at 10 o'clock last night and shortly
I lapsed Inlo unconsciousness He re
mained unconscious until the time of
death. Principal Henderson left on
the first train this morning for
Real Estate u the estate and
guardianship of Blaine and George
McFarland, minors, the guardian, E
J. Horrocks, has petitioned the dis
trict conn .or an order to sell erl Hn
Marriage License A nianiage li
cense has been issued to Oscar T
Odney and Effie Milliken of Ogden.
Advertisers must have their copy
read'i for the Evoninr Standard Ihe
evening before 'he day on . hicfa be
advertisement is to appear In order to
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hinsdale Water com
pany will he held Monday, February
1913 at 8 p. m., 122 West Scen
teenth sheet, Ogden, Utah.
ROBT. B. M CHESNET,
ill he he
at S p.
R( i ;t
BOYS IN CIGAR
STORES TO BE
Following r conference between H
C Jacobs, probation officer and Chief
of Police V I Norton, thp poltce
have been given instructions lo ar
rest all offenders against the ii
and state laws rotating to the use or j
tobaceo by boys under the age of 21
ryeaVrs and the sale of tobacco to
minors hv c i :i i store keepers.
Iiim-iiiIh .lud.L-e Ciicncll and Proba
tion OffiL-er Jacot)8 have had the
matter in mind for some time which
resulted in the conference with the
(Jiicf .IimU HunnMl static that tho
jUTenile court Can handle bOy under
the age of 18 ears with reasonable
success, but the boya ovdr the age of
18 and Under 21 h;o not under ihclr:
jurisdiction The judge points out
the wide use of tobacco by boss who
Sre under the lKal age, despite the
laws thai prohibit the use 0f tobacco
Past experiences haf proved that
the eiti ordinances regarding i-ouths
ho are addicted t., the babit, are
weal in not prescribing punishment
of the offenders though providing
punishment for dealers who sell the'
fol.acco The stale law. however '
covers the point fully and provides
Penalties for the seller or the one rhd
has tobacco In his possession.
It is also understood that the law
prohibiting minors from loafing in
rd?ar stores is to be enforced Judge
(Junneii looks for a number of arrests
within the next few davs
SEN. KELLY IS
Senator George I Kelly of Ogden
Is preparing a resume of tho utter
ances of ex-Governor John C. Cutler
and other public men of Utah In
Btipporl o' bis bill pending In the sen
ate compelling the state treasurer to!
place stale moneys at interest in va
"It is high time that the state re
ceived Interest on its mone and that
some one except a favored few got
some uses of it," raid Senator Kelly1
iu dipcussing his lull
"My bill provides that the state!
treasurer shall put the money in dif
terent depositories and fl.vrure not !
less than 2 per cent on daily balances
Two per cent Is the rate iu New York :
The hankers cannot Iobo done l
believe that the will bid as high as'
2 1-2 per cent And with the state I
money out at interest in various de
positories the little fellows may have
a chance to borrow It "
MRS. HARGIS ENTERTAINS
The Ladies' Auxiliary aud Spanish
VA ar Veterans were pleasantly enter
tained at ih home of Mr. and Mrs. I
HarglSi 8209 Washington avenue on!
Monday evening. Music, cards and
dancing were thoroughly enjoyed un
til a late hour, when tho usual tempt
ing menu was served aud a merry
Social time was spent.
Prizes were awarded, Mrs. Hansen
land Mr. Downs receiving first prir.es.'
'and Mrs Harrop and Mrs Harrop and
Mrs. Baumelster the consolation
Those present were: Messrs and
, Mmes. BhUpe, Bond. Peckenpaugh, To
I ponce. Hansen.
Mmes. Greenwell, Harrop. ,1 Wal
ter. Knight, Smalley. Baumeistor,
Messrs Downs. Drew, Wessler En
Ijelke, and Mr. and Mrs. Hargis
i GRANTED A
In the divorce case of Frank Par
! ker against Mar Koeley Parker, an
i Interlocutory decree of divorce has
, been issued.
The parties were married December
j 11, 1909, and It Is stated In the find
lings of fact of the district eourt that
j the deiendant deserted the plaint ih'
March 12. 1911, and has since remain
Sd away from his home.
In the divorce case of Eulah Wcst
lemler against Joseph Westeroelr, an
i interlocutory decree of divorce has
! been granted In the district court, on
Ihe grounds of failure to provide.
'Ihe paitles were married at Fort
'Scott. Kan. August 26, 1907. The de
i c ree provides that ih defendant
I Khali pay 818 a month alimony and
I costs of suit
CUBA IS A GOOD
Leroy R Eccles general superin
tendent of the Amalgamated Sugar
company, who has been in Tuba in
veetigating the sugar conditions In
that country says
"There is an abundance of crops all
over the Island and all the mills In
operation, yet they are unable to han
dle the enormous crops Sugar cana
is abundant and of an except ionnlly
fine quality. I went to Investigate a
proposition that my father had taken
up before hi.- death and to carry out
his promise of investigating the mat
ter It is certainly a sugar cane coun-
"Should the tariff on sugar be abol
ished it would be a good thing lo get
into sugar business in Cuba They
can make sugar cheaper in Cuba than
here. I will submit my report lo the
eumpany for consideration and action
When asked regarding the beet
tests being made In Texas, Mr. Eccles
said the climatic, agricultural and irri
gation conditions appeared favorable
for the raising of sugar beets, but
what success they would have would
not be known for a few months yet
The government as well as the com
pany is making extensive tests In the
raising of sugar beets.
The following real "state transfer'
have been tecorded in ihe county re
Mary E Parley Shaw ct al , heirs of
the late Julius Farley, to Kllrida
rj b Parle a part of the northwest
Quarter ol section 21, township fii
north range 1 west of the Salt Lake(
meridian, consideration $1.
lke M. Lee to the Ralph E tfoagl
company, lots 27 to 52. block t. l to!
13 and 27 tO 39, block 7; 1 to 15. block
s. 1 to 3, block 1; t to r. block 12,
Don er Place addition, consideration
lsu lots 1 to 13. block 1 ; 1 to 1
1 , bloc k 7. 7, 8, 9 and 10 block 10,
and V ;nd T, block 11. Denver Place
addition, Ogden survey, consideration:
V D Walton and wife to Thomas
Gibby, a part of the northeast guar-j
ler of section 21. township north,
range S wesl of the Salt Dake merl-
dian, consideration $1
Farley Estate In the mutter of the j
state of .lulius A Farley, deceased.
Virs Blfrida B Farley, has pet I - i
tloned the distrlcr court for letters
at administration Mr. Farley died j
Intestate, September J7 1012, and the
E?9tate Is valued at $1 Tain consisting
af real estate. The petition names
A reip," for axle grease is a pound j
rjf tallOW. half a pound of castor oil.
quarter Of a pound of black lead Melt
the tallow and rub the whole v. ell together.
OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
(Selling Prices j
Ocden, L'tah, Jan. 29. Butter
Creamery, extra, in iht'ohb, 35c:
creamery, firsts, 33c; cooking. 30c.
Cheese Eastern, 21c, Utah, 17c V
Eggs Per case of 30 dozen, $7.00,
ranch. Ss 50
Sugar P?et, $0 00 cane. $6 20.
New York Stock List.
( Last, Sale )
Amalgamated 'opper 72 1-2
American Beet Sugar 37 1-4
American Cotton Oil oil 3-4
American Sm Rfg 72 3-4
10 os Star Cut Tumblers,
per set $1.25
Star Cut footed Sherbets,
per set . .$2.95 to $10.50
Star Out Water Pitchers, ...
Casseroles, in frames, all
sizes 25r up
1 " r
'American Sugar Rfg . . ,
American Tel. & Tel. 1a'o t"J
Anaconda Mining Co 25 , .2
Atlantic (oast Line' , m
Baltimore & Ohio i'!
Brooklyn Rapid Transit oj ''8
Canadian Pacific . . " o'A c s
( heaapeake & Ohio . 4
Chicago & Northwestern tie V
C , M & St. P :l
olorado Fuel & Iron ' ,V , ,
Colorado & Southern . , ' I
Delaware fc Hudson Lt 1 -I
Denver & Rio Graude
Kr,? 1 .
General Electric , , . , Jj 1
I Of eat Northern pfd , ..' Zi . J
Chreat Northern ore ct fa ta
Illinois central . . . , , p-Interborough-Met.
. ...... r,
Preferred ' ' ' ggi 3.1
International Harvester .114 "
Louisville Nashville . . . . . i ",.4
Missouri Pacific . " ft .. ,
M . K tt T 2f; .,
Lehigh Valley . . .ltJI
National Lead ' 5 j ji
(few York Centra "109 '
Ff or folk Western ... Vn -2
Northern Pacific J 19
People s Gas ' . 115
Pullman Paiace Car rd1
Reading . . 16 .1 -4 !
Poi k Island Co 82 1-2 1
Preferred ','.'.'. 41 " '
Southern Pacific 109 3.8
Southern Railway . ......... 27
Union Pacific . '159 5.3
United States Sleei g 3.4
Preferred !.!!'!.li0 1-3
Wabash 3 3.4
Western Pnlon 70
IndicateR bid quotation.
Chicago. Jan. 29 Wheat uas easier'
on lower cables, but recoered on
commission house buying. Mav open
ed a shade to l-Sfrl-4 down at ?2
5-8 to 92 1-2 and sold to 92 S-47-8.
7orn also opened off, but recovered
on influential buying Mav started
a shade to 1-473-8 lower at 51 3-8
10 51 5-8 and advanced to 51 Z-Krn !
Oats were dull. May opened a shade
down at ?.?. i 4 and sold to 34(gl-8
Proisiong opened easy on a little
liquidation, but advanced on buying!
led by countr commission houses
j who purchased May pork. The lat 1
ter opened 2 1-2 to 7 1-2 down at
19 35 to 19 3D and sold to 19 45; May
lard opened unchanged at 10.35, tie
I ing to 10 30, and May ribs unchanccd 1
j to a shadp lower at 10.80 to 10 27 1 -2
I 10.80, advancing to 10.40
I Considerable firmness developed frtl
, wheat as tlie session progressed; Maj
touched 93 1-4 and closed 1-4; : s
i up at 93
The corn close was firm, May 1-2
5-8 oer yesterday at 51 7-8.
Kansas City Livestock
Kansa-j City, Jan. 29 Cattle Re
ceipts 6000, including lOijo southerns;
market steady to 10 higher. Native
steers, 0.708.50. southern steers, 5.
75'5 7.35: southern cows and heifers,
3.756.25 native cows and heifers,
3 75(cj 7.50; Blockers and feeders, 5.75 ;
t 1 10, bulls, 6.00 6.25; calves, 6.S0ffl
lo 25; western steers, 5 75Q7.75: west
ern rows, 3.76fl.60. Hogs Rec ei 1 its
13.000; market steady to strong; bulk J
of sales, 7.40Q7.50; heavy, 7.407.60;
pai Iters and butchers. 7.P"Ti 7.55 li?rht 1
7.35(Ti 7 52 1-2, pigs, ti 25ft 7.00 Sheep
Receipts 4000, market steady Mut
tons 4.0005.80; (.'olorado lambs, 7-j
758.40 range wethers and fear
lings, 5 007.30; range owes 3.251
ChloagO, fa i) 29 Cattle Receipt
14,500; market steady to a shade
higher Beeves. 6.1OI&9.O0; Texas
steers, 4.7505.60 western st eers. 5.-1
60 l 7.30; blockers and feeders, 4.75
"7,".u; cows and heifers. 2.707.2fi
(.Ives. 6.50(10.50 Hogs Recelpl?
35.UO0: market strong to a shade i
highei than yesterday's average Light j
7.40$7.67 1-2; mixed, 7.3507.70; fori
heary, 7.357,7Q; rough. 7.267.40,' I
pigs, 5.75(07.85; bulk of sates 7.66 'i
7 fii Sheep Receipts I6.000; mar
ket Flow and steady. atie. I.50$j
5 75, western. 4.6005.75; earlings, 1
6.2607.50 lambs, native, 6.5008.50; 1
western r, r,o Q s 50,
New York, Jan 29. Bidding up of j
selected stocks failed to strengthen
tho general market and the. down
ward movement gained momentum as
ihe day advanced The breaking off1
01 peac negotiations in London, the)
spectacular fluctuations in Can slocks 1
;ind disappointment of ihose whoso,
had expected larger steel earnings all j
contributed to the heavy tone
Standard stocks scored their heav
lest losses, there being few selling or
I ders of consequence n the special-!
Bonds were easier.
New York Exchange.
.v. York. Jant 29 Close Prime
mercantile paper. 4 1-2 to 5 per cnt.
Sterling 1 EChange steady, with aclual
business In bankers' bills M 4.83.66
for 60 day bills and at 4.87.60 for eh'
mend. Commercial bills, 4 82 3-4 Bar
Silver, til 12 Government bonds
I firm, railroad bonds easier
Money on call firmer at. 2 3-40 3
j per cent; ruling rate, 8j closing hid
2 ::-4. offered at 3 Time loans steady.
60 days. 3 1-2 and 90 days 3 3-1 4 per
cent; 0 months. 4 1-4
New York. Jan. 29. Copper nomi
nal, standard spot and January, 15.
25 bid. February, March and April,
15.25015.75; elec trolytic. Ifi50: lake, j
, lG oOcr 16 75; casting. l.00j L6 3f Tin
strong; spot and January, 50.76051. -I
mi; February, 50.60060.96; Marc h.
SO.OOrn 50 30. Lead steady at 4.25(Tj
4 35 Spelter easy at 6 70 06 .90 An
timony unsettled; Cooksou s, 9 7o.
Iron easy, unchanged.
I Chicago. Jan. 29- Butter steady.
: creameries. 2434. Kggs steady: re
I celpts 4489 cases, fresh receipts at
i mark, cases included, 19021: refng
lerator firsts. 1601-2: firsts 22 3-4
(Cheese firm, daisies 17 1-41-2;
; twins 16 1 -2(5 3-4 ; young Americas
1 10 1 203-4. long horns. 170 1-4. Po
tatoes steady, receipt 30 cars; Mich
igan. 45CS0; Minnesota, 4o4 , Wis
New York. Jan. 29-Rsw sugar was
Steady; muscovado. 89 test. 2.96i cen
trifugal, 96 test, 3.46; molasses 89
test, 2.70. Refined steady
St. Louis, Jan. 39 -Wool steady
territory and western mediums 210
25; fine mediums. 180SO; fine. 18
High Grade j I
Watch Repairing I I
can be done at reasonable prices I I ?
I We can prove it I I
Bring Your Watch I I
"Th Store vrith the Grja.ra:itee" and ve will re- R '
pair it in first class style and absolutely guarantee K
it, at popular prices, !g
Harry Davis I
The popular price Jeweler, P
384 25th St., one door off Washington. 1 K
"The Store With the Guarantee. ' ' j R
Buy tc Latest I
"National Quality Mazdas" t
The hind they use in New York Subway Cars.
Thev Stanj the Jolts and Volts j?
Electric Service Co. I
I UP 24TH ST. PHONE 88 1 H
IIIMMI II llllll II ilM llil Hill IIIIIIIIWHII IIIIW IMMWIIH
s35' to California I
and return I
StoTJOvers--Long Limits Diverse Routes.
Personally Conducted Leaves Salt Lake 12 Noon, Feb 1st.
Make Your Reservations Early,
Write for Special Itinerary of this Trip.
FOR INFORMATION AND TICKETS
r A 1 I . I . I i G K M K R , YSi
P O 9 1... Ogden (wLn'iBn)
or write J W
T. U. MANPHRFIELD, OirW
A. 0. Pa.. Salt Lake -Ljr I
100K YOUNGER! DARKEN " YOUR I
GRAY HA'R WITH SAGE TEA
Says Sage and Sulphur
Will Stop Falling
Hair and Cure
Common garden khro Brewed into
a heavy tea with milphur and alcohol
added, then left to age and care
fully filtered will turn gray Streaked
and faded hair beautifully dark and
luxuriant, remove every bit of dan
druff, stop ecalji itching and falling I
Just a few applications will prove I
a revelation if your hair is fadlug.i
gray or dry, Hcragy and thin. Mix- I
Ing the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe
at home, though, is troublesome An
easier way is to get the ready-to-uae
1'inlc, costing about 50 cent a large;
bottle at drug etoree, known aai
i Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy.' ihus avoiding a lot of muss
Some druggists make their own, bui
it isn't, nearly so nice as "Wyeth's."
While wispy, gray, faded hair is
not sinful, we all desire to retain our
oiithful appearance and attract! ve
il1 Is By darkening your hair with
Wyeth l Sage and Sulphur no one
can tell, because It does It so nat
urally; so evenly. You just dampen
H Sponge or soft brush and draw It
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. Do this tonight
and by morning all gray hairs have
disappeared, after another application
or two if will be restored to its nat
ural color and he even more glossy,
soft and luxuriant than ever. 1
Local druggists say they are selling
lots of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur."
and It surely helps folks appear years ,
A. R. Alclntyre, Agent, 2421 Wash