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H : THE OCPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 17, 19,20. m ' ;
" ' ror wear Py
is tha-t favorite scarf getting crumpled and
frayed ?-ir--we have some new "strate-cuts"
that are1 coming favorites with you.
have jyqu looked at" the "strate-cuts"? yoa
can easily see where the long wear enters
in the'',re qut on the "straight" of the silk.
we wiifll take pleasure in showing them to
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WME For Subscription and Advertising
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1 1 RANDdiM
I J REFERENCES
nj 1 Operated Upon Mrs. 'Robert L.
HE B Shipley was operated upon ' last night
'j&j I at tho Dee hospital for appendicitis.
SHI Cha woe ronnrtfld tn hf imiOrOVinC fa-
Hfl vorably. Before her marrKage Mrs.
g I Shipley was Miss Zelda W1I.
S I Phone 22, Taxi, day or nigfrL 1010
w'H Prompt service, cleaning, pressing.
mm Phone 513. 1509
BVI On Inspection B. J. FJnch, district
1 engineer of tho U. S. bureau ol pub-
1 1 v He roads, left the city this m.ornlng
fm & for Salt Lake where he will meet State
r Engineer McGonagle and .proceed on
5S1 a tour of inspection of state road, work
IH In the southern part of the state to
the Arizona lino. i
mi PAPER cleaners. LowQ-Grcenvvoll.
11 Telephone 2724-R. 1814
fjm Florists Telegraph Dollvery Astm
flj Dumke Floral Co., Phone 250. 5o0
Nl, Ogden Typewriter House for typSe-
I writers and repairs, 2422 Hudson Atfe.
1 Phono 236. )
I Goes for Prisoner Deputy Sheriff
1 ' C. H. Blackburn left this morning for
I San Francisco to bring back Jamos
I "W. White, who is held by the Sa'.u
1 i Francisco police for Ogden, upon the
I charge of deserting his wife and child .
V Call Offorman, tho plumber. Phono (
If 2531-J. 9i5s
ft Ice. Puro distilled exclusively. M. ,
j . L. Jones Coal & Ico Co. 1264
I ps 'The Tripp Studio. 432 Binford Am
ft Seeks Divorce Alleging nonsupport
1 Mrs. Louise Hays this morning filed
ijj , suit against Thomas Hays for divorce
II in the district court. The couple were
I married in Ogden, November 4, 1910.
I Mrs. Hays prays for dissolution of the
marriage bonds nnd asks for alimony.
f Coal Castle Gate and Clear Creek,
I $8.25 per ton. John Farr Coal Co.
Phono 27. ' 827
Willing to payxcash for a good din
ing room set. Address M. B. G., care
Couple Married Burton G. Clay of
Garrison, Utah, and Miss Wlnnifred
Dyer of Salt Lake were married in
' Ogden Saturday afternoon. The wed
ding took .place at the homo of Dr.
Ray Palmer, who j?erformed tho wed
ding ceremony. Both the bride and
' tho groom are kell known In their
New and Used Typewriters
for Sale and Rent.
All Makes I
I HI I Fine Commercial Printing
IS I Good Printing Gosts Less 1
II 1 CHAS- DEE PRINTERY I
V; 1 2428 Hudson Phone 792-Mj
IK f PERNELL
I am Phone 260
HH Over Western Union, Stevens Bldg.
I In Sat Lake Mr. and Mrs. Frank
ljn M, Rider spent the week-end in
Salt Lake as the guests of. Rev. and
Mrs. W. H. Berger and R. S. Jensen.
I Shoemaker wanted at Clark's Shpe
home towns. The youpg couple will
make their home in Garrison.
Card Party The L. A. to tho O. R.
C. will entertain their frjends at a
card party Thursday evenine at 2:30
o'clock in the I. O. O. F. hall.
Tracy Back City Engineer Joseph
M. Tracy returned to Ogdon this
morning after a week's stay in Den
ver where he inspected paving work
which Is similar to that to be installed
along the street car tracks on north
Washington avenuo. Tho paving hero
will bo installed by the Utah Rapid,
Carries 6un; Gets
30 Days in Lockup
Tony Vonse of Spokane was sen
tenced to servo 30 days or $3"0 by
Judge D. R. Roberts of the olty court
this morning on a charge of carrying
a concealed weapon. He eluliued to
have bought a gnu from a Moxlran
for $2.00. In company with Stanley
Romanoff and E. J. Card, he started'
for Ogden, he said, but before leaving
Cache Junction, wad accosted by a.
brakeman on the frnlght train on
which they were riding. The brake
man ordered them off and wan threat
ened, it was said, and tho vum re
mained In a refrigerator car in which
the brakeman locked them boforo it
left Cache Junction. Upon arriving In
Ogden the men wero arrostcd and tak
en into custody by police.
Stanley Romano , a mechanic, .ald
jho was going to Sp.I Lil;n t.i work.
J-Io was given v. 5 day's suspend!
Card, of Norfolk Virginia, said he
was seeking w rk and was u'iven a
1(1 day's senten-.' with instruction;! to
report daily to tho police v.l.Mo he
was? in Ogden.
Getting Quarters for
School Offices Ready
Under the direction of J. W. Leve
dahl, president of the city board of
education a gang of workmen started
this morniug to overhaul and clean up
the Douglas property adjoining the
Contral Junior High school which has
been bought by the board of education
to house tho administrative staff.
Everything will be In readiness to
open tho now offices there on June 1,
says Superintendent W. Karl Hopkins.
Marine Corporal Is
Bound Over for Trial
Leon S. Starks, corporal in the TJ.
g. Marino Coips, appeared boforo tho
city court this movuiii on a statuary
charge. Beatrlco (Jorclon, ago J 5 years,
of Pocatello is hid locusor. llo pleaded
guilty and waived preliminary hear
ing. Starks w.a bound oVor to tho
district court, ball having been lxod
in the sum of ?1000.
Tho Marine was brought to Ogden
yesterday after having- been takon Into
custody by the ahoriff' department
at Salt Lake.
to Be Graduated May 27
According to Principal Junk of tho
Ogden school for Americanization a
meeting is to be held tomorrow eve
ning at the Central Junior high school
when the details of the program for
the school commencement exorcises
to bo held May 27 will bo fully dis
cussed. "We have had a very successful ses
fllon." said Mr. Junk todaj'.
Sugar Tough Problem
V V V n' i
Cheap Sweet Goes Quick
H" K' V 1
Some Stores Hold Tight 1
Will somebody please Inform the
general public where the colored gen
tlman In the heap of timber is
That Is with regard to SUGAR.
Talk to the wholesale man and ho
will toll you that of the 2575 sacks
allotted to the local trade by the Am
algamated Sugar company, each Job
ber got about 100 sacks.
Then figure that each jobber has
about 1C0 customers, thl? is the min
imum ' figure, somo jobbers havo
many more than that, h,qw many
sacks of sugar la your retail house
going to get?
Now It happenes that somo retail
houses up to date have not had any
I because on a division of the allot
ment, somebody had to go without.
Drills Held This Afternoon;
Medal and Cup to Be
Ogden High school padets, members
of the reserve officers' training corps
unit, were to compete this afternoon
for awards in military attainments.
The competitive drill is being held in
Liberty park. Judges are Sergeant E.
A. Stumpf of the army recruiting ser
vice and two American Legion men,
Ben Garr and L. oward Swanner.
To the best appearing" soldier will
be given Dr. Reinbold Kanzler gold
medal. A silver loving cup, to be won
three times for permanent possession,
will be awarded the best appearing
company. Other awards include: A
.45 plstol.belt and holster for the com
mander of the best drilled company;
infantry pack and mess kit for leader
of the best drilled squad; regulation
nrniv rViopr nnd shirt for the best
drilled individual soldier.
Lieutenant Ronald Evcrly, com
manding the unit, also announced that
the final inspection in behalf of the
war department will be made Wednes
day afternoon at Liberty park by Col.
M. N. FallB of tho western department,
accompanied by an Inspector from the
general staff at Washington, D. C.
Troop 23 Scouts Mold
Program at Third Ward
Twenty boys of troop 23, Boy Scouts
visited the Third ward meeting house
and rendered a program of songs and
scout drills, Scout executlvo George
A. Goates spoke on "Tho Boy Scout
in service for the community" and
"Dad" Steel on "Conserving the boy."
Just after the meeting tho boys
wore called upon to go in search of
two children who had been lost for
three hours. One child had strayed
from the vicinity of Seventeenth
street, crossed Ogden river and was
found in the neighborhood of Glen
wood park. The other had strayed
rrom Monroo and Twonty-fifth and
was found at Monroo and Thirty-second.
Both little wanderors were be
tween 4 and 5 years old. says Mr.
City OHicials Tour
Route of Weber Canal
Members of the city commission and
Mayor Frank Francis participated In
a tour this morning along tho Weber
canal to investigate the condition of
the waterway and determine to what
extent the city should aid in disposal
of obstructions and accumulations.
The canal has been cleaned from
Washington avenue south and the city
has been asked for aid in clearing the
other section. No decision has as yet
been made, Mayor Francis said.
Road Near Muntsviie
Flooded by Overflow
Complaint that the county road near
Huntsvlllo is submerged with water
and that travel is hampered aB a re
sult, was made this morning to the
board of county commissioners by
residents near Huntsvlllo. They re
ported that the culverts wero inade
quate to handle the large flow of
water and that tho road is completely
covered in sections.
An investigation will bo ordered by
Draw Up Schedule of
County Ball League
Tho constitution and schodUlo of
the revised Weber County Baseball
Loaguo, was drawn up on Saturday
ovoning by a committee appointed
for that purpose and consisting of
H. L. Jensen, B. L. Childs, P. L,
Chllds, Irvln Earl and A. W. Marri
ott. On Thursday ovenlng at 8 o'clock,
a meeting of representatives of the
towns includod in tho A and B di
visions of tho league will be held at
the offices of tho Webr County farm
bureau in this city to discuss and
confirm tho constitution and sched
ule drawn up. "
An Amorlcan company is producing
vory fine platinum wire for cross lines
in optical instruments. The Industry
wat formerly a German monopoly.
Then what dos the retailer do J
with it when ho gets it? Some of J
them sell it as did one or two stores 2
on Saturday at 1C cents a pound. 5
Others put it into their household s
stock, thinking ttiat the proprietor A
of a grocery 3torc has a right to 3
buy cheap sugar as much as you 3
and I, !
The restaurants seem to have come g
off fairly jwoll. Some Tcstaairants I
have received as many as four sacks
of tho cheaper sugnr. With tho re- 3
suit that in sorno places whece the 5
cup of coffee costs you more because S
of tho increased price of sugar it 3
still costs you more when susar is i
cheap again. At oCJier restaurants i
the price of (he cup of cofffce was jj
never changed. So thoro you are. jj
10 SCHOOL TO 1
HOLD EXEjRGISES (
Annual Commencement Will 1
Be Held at Orpheum The- i
atre Tomorrow i
Commencement exercises of the Og- j
den High school will be' held tomorrow (
evening at the Orpheum theatre, when j
112 graduates will receive their dlplo- -
mas from Superintendent Hopkins. !
The program for the event is as fol- J
Musical selection High School Or- j
Chorus, "Italia" High School Girls' '
Invocation Rev. J. E. Carver.
Salutatory, "Creative Ideals" Hfl- i
ard Wherry. j
Musical selection High Schovol Or- ;
Oration, "Amorlcan Unity" Daniel
Rending, "When the Fleet Goes By" j
Valedictory, "Honorable Mention"
Presentation of Class Principal J.
E. Beeson. ,
Conferring of Diplomas Supt. W
School Song Class.
Thirty-six Men and Eight Wo
men Enter Contests at Og
den Country Club Links
Thirty-six members entered tho
qualifying round for the W. H. Wat
tis, (president's) cup for men and
eight members in the similar contest
for women in 'he play at tho Ogden
Golf and Country club yesterday.
Mrs F. W. Baker turned in tho
lowest net scoro for womun, a 77. J.
W. Abbott tied with Will Kudigor for
lowest scoro among the men, oach
getting a not 7 5.
The wonwn ere matched to play as
Mrs. R. W. Baker vsMrs Bratz. Mrs
W. Browning va Mrs Leek. Mrs Blgc
low vs Mrs Rudiger. Mrs Scott -vs
The above are IS-holc matches and
must bo played by Sunday night.
The men are matched ns follows:
Will Rudiger vs W. Arthur. J. W.
Abbott vs W. G. Dalrymplo, J. U. Ol
son vs P. Healy. Mark Murphy vs W.
H. Barnes. F. W. Baker vs It. Leek.
S. W. Scott vs W. R. Kimball. H. C
Olson vs John Spargo S. M. Edgeil
vs A. G. Horn.
Tho men's matches aro also to bo
played off by next Sunday night.
Will Keep Tab on
Father's Farm Work
What is being done by the boys'
clubs of the county of Weber in pro
moting caroful habits of work is In
dicated by tho following paragraph
takon from the Webor county farm
bullotin, prcsont issuo:
"LoRoy Qroborg, a junior bureau
member of Farr West has made an
agreement with his father, C. A.
Qroborg, whoroby the younger Gro
borg is to keep a completo record of
their farm business. Tho fathor 13
to pay $100 for tho work. Mr. Tay
lor, club leader, has supplied LeRoy
with a farm account book and ia as
sisting him in getting startod.
"Young Groberg has boon an active
club member since its organization,
having won various prizes at club
exhibits. The farm management pro
ject is tho most difficult ono under
taken, but judging from his past rec
ord, tho farm accounts will bo ac
curately kept. ,
"This is truo co-oporation, tho boy
to keep accounts of tho farm busi
ness and to receive payment for
services rendered and an oxcollont
training in farm managomont. Tho
fathor will know his costs and expen
ditures in detail (porhaps for tho
first time) and tho gratification that
his son is learning tho ossontlals of
good farming business."
Ogden Chapter, No. 2,
Royal Arch Masons
Special mooting, Tuesday, May 18,
for work in the R. A. Degree. By
order tho E. H. P.
F Hi NICHOLS. Sccr.
: Our Strike Against the High Cost of Clothes is Still on. Many j j - j I
People Took Advantage of This Sale to Stock Up on Seasonable ; i 9
: Merchandise, But We Still Have Many Bargains Left Here Are jl
a Few From Our Large Supply: ,
I $35.00 Suits : . .$23.45 3.50 Scout Shoes .... 2.95 1 M
8.00 Shoes .....:.. 3.95 Men's Shirts, Up From . . 150 M
I Canvas Gloves, 10c; With Leather Palms, 25c; Suitcases and Bags I
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BSEAS0N AT T R jp
Novices With the Scatter Gun
Try Their Luck With
the Elusive Rocks
The beginners gun club blossomed
forth in its initial shoot at tho traps
yesterday morning. This is purely an
amateur club,' nil the members are
beginners and decidedly ine.xperts in
breaking blue rocks, it is said. The
club members are very enthusiastic
over their performance of yesterday
morning and took a great deal of
pleasure as well as enjoyed the sport
of breaking up as many bluo rocks as
tho trap would throw for them. Each
member fired at fifty rocks with the
exception of Dr. G. W. Baker, who
enly attempted thirty. The feature of
tho day's slioot was the splendid rec
ord made by Dr. R. E. "Worrell, who
made a score of thirty-nine out of a
Members of the club aro as fol
lows: Anthony J. Shufflebarger,
Frank Smith, R. L. Holley, William T.
Greenwell, M. L. Higley J. H. Check
etts, Thomas Freed, Dr. G. W. Baker,
Royal J. Douglas Charles D. Ford, C.
Thurman Jones, William S. Paine,
William J. Parker, Conrad L. Miller,
David K. Stewart, Edgar B. Thatcher,
Gerrctt Van Dor Vlies and Dr. R, E.
Worrell. The score:
Dr. R. E. Worrell . . . , 39x50
Thomas Freed 36x50
William T. Greenwell 33x50
Charles D. Ford 31xb0
Frank Smith 26x50
Royal J. DoUglas 24x50
C. Thurman Jones 24x50
J. H. Checketta ; 24x50
Gerrett Van Der Vlies 23x50
Anthony J, Shufflebarger 21x50
Dr. G. W. Baker 6x30
Leave on Tour of
Utah Canning Plants
A. S. Daggett, director of inspec
tion of tho National Canners' associ
ation and his assistant, Goorgo S.
Shorten, loft tho city this morning
on a tour ot the Utah Canneries.
Today they will inspect at Riverton,
Draper, Ploasant Grovo, tomorrow at
Provo, Orom, Sprlngrlllo and Eph
rajn, nnd Wednesday at Hebor City,
Morgan and Ogdon.
SWITCHMEN IN TUSSEL
WITH WOULD-BE ROBBERS
No trace of robboro allowed to have
attacked a s.vltol'man in tho Ogden
yards early yedtord.iy ijiorninj- havo
been found by pjlk-o. Two mou, ac
cording to a report from u night
watchmnn at tho switch ahunty at
Twonty-ninth strcof, atacked one of
the switchmen, uttomptln.tr to rob him.
A brakeman oamo to the man's as
sistance and togiUhor thoy .'lucceodi.'d
in beating off thoir nssailanW. The
brakeman had hlo clothug torn badly
aa tho rosult of tho dtrugg'o, tho po
lice slato. Tho officers did not obtain
tho names of men who rapulsod tho
robbers. No valuables were taken
from tho switchman.
I Asia Minor natives drink fresh
I goat milk although Europeans bolicve
I it to be unfit food unless "boiled.
Residents of the eastern section
of Twenty-fifth street and vicinity
wore completely without a water sup
ply this morning as a result of the
heavy drain on the mains through
sprinkling of lawns and tho filling
of tho big reservoir, which has just
been cleaned. One reservoir is now
full, according to Mayor Frank
Francis, but it is necessary that the
largest one bo completely filled be
fore tho two can bo linked and tho
normal flow to the city provided
Mayor Francis explained that the
two reservoirs are connected with
pipes and If the pipe valves are
opened before the largest reservoir
Is completely filled, the water from
the other reservoir will simply rush
to tho empty one.
Mayor Francis said that the reser
voir will be filled by tomorrow morn
ing and full pressure will be main
tained. The situation in the section
whero water was cut off this morn
ing was somewhat remedied this af
ternoon through the use of city wa
ter wagons whioh hauled wator and
distributed it among tho residents.
PARIS POST RECEIVES
FUNDS FOR MEMORIAL
PARIS, May 17. Contributions to
defray tho expense of holding Mem
orial day services in American ceme
teries throughout Franco which have
been receivod by Paris post, Amorlcan
legion, now total 360,000 francs, 50,
000 of whioh was donatod by the le
gion's national treasury in America
Delegations from Paris post will visit
fifty American cemeteries on May 30.
TRY THREE NEGROES
FOR DEATH OF GIRL
CHICAGO, May 17. Dorsoy Cham
bliss, negro policeman, and two other
negroes, went on trial in criminal
court today in connection with tho
death of Bertha Wlcbeck, aixteen
year old white girl of Pawnee Rock,
Kan. The defendants aro charged
with abduction and seduction.
FAMOUS TOREADOR OF
SPAIN KILLED IN RING
MADRID, May 17. Toreador Joho
llto Elgallo was killed last evening
at Place d.o Talaura when dispatching
his fourth bull of tho afternoon's fight
Ho belonged to a famous fighting
family, his father bolng a banderilloro
whllo Ills older brother Rafael also
Is a bull fighter.
SPOKANE, Wash. When Abo Lin- jH
con was a boy ho borrowed a book
from his cmpoycr, Joseph Crawford.
The book was damaged. To pay for mAwm
the damage yoUng Abo bult Josian a JwM
fino walnut corner cupboard. Mrs. JWM
Maude Jennings Crydorman, presunt wi
ownor of that cupboard, has refused wMwm
$15000 for that cupboard. She has IH
loaned it to the Museum of History, jH
Science and Art, L05 Angeles, for ex- M
SEARCH FOR FATHER OF I
MURDERED FAMILY ENDS
GREENVILLE, 111.. May 17. Tho
search for Harvey O. Beasley, charged JWl
with tho murder of his wifo and two jH
babies was abandoned temporarily tc- W
day. Sheriff J. W. Wilson expressed JW
tho belief Beasley t had eluded tho 9M
Sheriff William Meekin. of Webster
City, La., whero the allegod murders VW
were committed last Sunday, is ox- MWM
pected hero today. jH
A wago increase of 11,11 per cent
for 11,000 refinory workers was an- 'Wm
nounccd recently by the Standard Oil
company of Indiana. mm
Im M "MY LADY'S GreR' AND MACK LJi jH
SENNETT'S CQMEDY, "THE STAR BOARDER" VW