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THE OODHEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1913 j mffi!,
, Mil IT new spring togs for men and boys. I NYE'S MUSICAL EIGHT TO BE HEARD SUNDAY Major P Morton and family, rnm prlRlnc MpM members all of whom nre talented musicians, both voe il and instrumental, will visit the local Sal vation Army corps. Sunday, and have charge of tho meetings throughout the day. Major Morton recently has been appointed from Minneapolis to supervise the social department of the army in Salt Lake. The meetings will be: Street service at 10 g m , 3 p. m . and 7 p. in. In-door services, 11 a m , and 8pm Last Vaudeville Per formance of the Season, Crpheum Tonight. ASSOCIATIONS OF THIRD WARD The monthly con-joint session of the Third Ward Mutual Improvement associations will be held tomorrow evening In the ward meeting bouse, at 7 oclock. The following program will be given: Song, Mutual choir prayer, nuar- 1 tette Sweet Sabbath Eve." Taggart Erot Iters and Francis Goddard; rect-J tatlon. "At the Children's Hospital' (Tennyson l. Miss Josephine Wade, solo, "The New Kingdam" (Tours), Miss Stella Wright; Reading. "The! Last Word" (Van Dyke). Miss Kathryn Bassett violin solo, Marcus Crltchlow; solo, "I Come to Thee.' "I Miss Eva Ros'. address. Elder M. J. Greenwood of Salt Lake City, uuar tette. "Good Nlsht." Taggart Brothers and Goddard. song. Mutual choir. ! Children's :!?,"--D?-Tn.c Sfhtr.e dresses eoine in all mater ials .'jul are made up in sonic very pczl t; les This Is our first sea son In C'.iild-:n'6 Dresses, and in ordT tr establish our trade, wo are giving 70U ome very low in I trorluctor; mticc-s: Dre?se.; worth $1.50 .99c presses worth J-C On $149 Dresses worth $3.00 $1 79 Dresses worth r)ii S2.29 Dresses worth $4.50 $2.89 : -t mum f 'il FUNERAL IS NOT TO BE HELD SUNDAY Because of the Inability of the brother of the lati Sheriff K lv Mar rison to arrive from Columbus until Sunday evening the funeral will no' be held until 2 o'clock Monday after noon The services will be held at the Elks' club as was planned The entire police force of the will attend in a body and a large flor al offering lias been ordered no i Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Fifteenth Btreei and Washington avenue. I 15 Van derwood, pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m Communion service al 11 a m. Breaching at 8 p. m. Theme, The Saving of Life." All are cordially In vited to come and worship with us, we have u message for all. Danish Lutheran Services al o'clock in the Swedis), Lutheran rbnrch corner Twenty-third and Jefferson avenue. Christian Reformed Holland Serv ices, Sunday afternoon al 2 and Sun day evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday school at in a m , al 8081 Adams avenue Wednesday evening al 8 o'clock Sundny afternoon and Wed nesday .-veiling at Central Park Pres byterian church, corner Thirty -flrsl ;ind Wtisliinuton Sunday eening at 60S Thirtieth. First Baptist On Gram Rev H D. Zimmerman, pastor. Bible school at 10 o'clock Morning service at 11:16. An hour of meditation around the Lord's table. Right hand ol fel lowship to new members. 7 00, B. Y P. U. Topic. Th' Ideal Christian ! V. His Prayers " Deader. Clara Bruce, 1 8 00, evening service. Mr Colllnwood who speut 19 years in China, will de liver the second lecture on "The Cus toms. Life and Future of China.' This lecture will be illustrated with beau tiful"! v tinted slides. Miss Beatrice Hamil will furnish special music on the violin, accompanied by the piano. 8:00. Thursday, mid-week meeting. Topic Forgiveness.' Young Peo ples business meeting Tuesday even ing, at 8 o clock German Ev2ngehcal St. Paul s Sunday morning service at 11 o'clock every Sunday. Sabbath school at 9. 45. Everyone welcome FYauenvereln every first Wednesday of the month ;,i 2 80 ii (he basement of the church. P. Ph. Tester, pastor. Lutheran Elim Church. corner Twenty-third and Jefferson avenue. Erik Floreen. pastor. Sunday school in a. m Swedish services, 11 a. m. Church of the Cood Shepherd Grant avenue and Twenty -fourth street. Win. W. Fleetwood, rector Sunday school, h 4.". a. m. Morning prayer, sermon and communion. 11 a m Rev W F. Dulkley will officiate. Owing to the absence of the rector there will be no service at 4:30 p. m. Fir6t Presbytcrlar. John Edward Carver, pastor Morning worship at 11, Th.- Message of the Day." Sun day school at 12:16 Young People's meeting at 7 Evening preaching at 8. Theme. "The Angels and Their Mess age of the Life Beyond Death." Spe cial music at each service. The First Congregational darus avenue and Twenty -fifth street, Frank j G. Brainerd. minister. Miss Alloc 1 Gray, pianist Mrs." Ray L. N'oggle, soloist. 11 o'clock, morning sermon "Why Sunday Observance." 12:16) Sunday school. 7 p m . Christian Endeavor meeting. 8 o'clock. Evening service. Mrs Ida V Cole will speak. Mrs Cole Is field secretary of the Chautauqua circle and will conduct the Round Table at the coming as sembly in Glcnwood park in July. First Methodist Episcopal Twenty-fourth street. Rev. G F Rass weiler, pastor. 10 a m.,' Sundaj school. 11 a. m , preaching service Sabbath observance. Sunday theme. The l ord's Day. 7 p. m. Epworth league 8 p nr. evening preachlnr service, theme, That Swell Devi I Monday night, practice for t h Old Time School. Tuesda night, An Old Time School bj Old Scholar- Wed nesday, i i. m., Intermediate league Wednesdaj 7.45 p. m . choir practice Thursday 7:46, prayer meeting Fri day, 7 30, K O. K. A no NOTICE K. P. All members of Knights of Pythias are requested to meet at the K. of !p hill Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p. m.. to attend 111 funeral of Brother Ed. Line The funeral will take place at the Methodist church at 2 p m. By order of W H. L1IDDINGTON, C- C. STORY OF THE MORRIS KILLING Pneham City May 3 The network Of evidence which is apparently wind Ing about W N. Cobia accused of the murder of James M, Morris at Rosette last January, wbb elaborated on by the stule yesterday when it put on ih stand two witnesses, one of whom tcM I of seeing the shooting, the other ad vancing evidence to show that it was I premeditated Adelbert Jeffs was near the Morris store In Rosette at the time Cobia I drove up to the place on the day of the tragedy Standing near the bug g he testified that he heard Cobl call Morris an obacene name and threaten to "get" him. Morris Jumped behind Cobia's bug gy. asserted the witness He slipped but rose to bis feet and. as he came up Cobia fired twice, missing his vic tim the first shot, point on which .left's was corroborated b) O. H Har ris, who said he witnessed the shooi ing from the Interior of th; store. Cobia's alleged premeditated inten tion to commit murder was the point which the state attempted to prove when it put Mrs. "Mary Callahan on the stand She testified that the ac cused while on his way from his home In Kelton to Rosette stopped at her home to give her a coat which her husband had sent from Kelton by him lie displayed the loaded gun and swore to "get" Morris, using profane expressions in his remarks, said Mrs t allahan. She testified that she re monstrated with him but that he drove off In anger. Last Vaudeville Per formance of the Season, Orpheum Tonight. fin TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE The following real estate transter.i have been placed on record In the county recorder's office: Jessie M. Chez and husband to Fred E. Seager. a part of lots 2 and n, block 1, plat B. Ogden survey. Con sideration $300. Robert BdcFarland and wife to Wil liam N. Petterson. a part of the northwest quarter of section. 23. township 6 north, range 2, west of the Salt Lake meridiau. Considera tion ?io Joseph Welch to his wife Ch.irilli Welch, lots 1 and 2. block 10 and lots 1. 2. 3 4. 6, 6. 7 and 8 block 12 Flor- ence Park Addition. Ogden survey. I Consideration $1. J C Watt and wire to Mildred M Griffith, a part of the southwest quar ter of section 1. township 6 north, range 2. west of the Salt Lake merid ian oo f'Tlte High-Tide ol Misfortune" 1 Edison's Tenth Story of "What Happened to Mary" 1 1 ORACLE THEATRE I I ?fAn Excitiiiq Honeymoon" Pathe's special two reel comedy thirty minutes of fun and laughs m I Also in same program Vitagraph feature: I "The Power that Rules" I j I GLOBE THEATRE I I ?Tlie End of the Quest" I Lubin's special two reel feature in an excellent program including I Vitagraph's strong drama of Honor and Trust: "THE STRONGER H SEX" Also Pathe's Weekly of C urrent Events of the very latest Sj H happenings. I I ISIS THEATRE 1 h IS ORCHESTRA Fisher G. Thompson, Director Special Music. H TONIGHT SUNDAY NIGHT LAST TIME WATER TEST TO BE APPLIED TO HOLDER The new gasholder of the Utah Llgtai ft Hallway company is nearlng I completion md next week it will bo tested '1 here ha been a time in the his I tn--y of Okd n when a sufficient watt supply to fill the lift could nm hi spared, but Mayor Fell states thrt i there Is now sufficient watrr n hand to fill It and have a Tew million gal lons loft. The outer lift of steel, formlnc fl receptacle around the r lank, will hold 1,1'iju. imhi Dillons of water and It will require 48 hours to fill it bv connecting a three-inch pipe with the water main on Washington avenue. noar 2"th street The weight of the 1,200,000 callony of wuter will be over 9,000,000 pounds The water will be left in the outer lift for all time It will serve as a means of tostinR the riveting on the' rank. It will also he the means of raising the acmmulntion of wood and ' other light debris on the Inferior to tlir surface to be removed The base of thr tank has been giv en a water test and found to be with out leaks Aft'-r the wafer test the next Inner lift will be tested with air. after whfrh the holder will be filled with gas ED H. LINE IS TO BE BURIED TOMORROW Funeral services for Edward H. Line, a resident of Ogden for the past 3- years and a trusted engineer of the Southern Pacific company, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock in the First Methodist church. The remains will ! shipped to Mauch Chunk. I'a . for interment, on Monday atlernoon. Mr Line was born in Pennsylvania May 8, 1854. and came west P.2 years ago. when he took up railroad work He was operated on for ulcrs of the Intestines the early part of the week and died al the Dee hospital this morning He was a member of Ogden lodge No. 719. B P. O. E. the A. F. & V M Weber ramp No. 6. the Knights of Pythias and the local order of Lo comotive Engineers He is survived b a wife and one brother, C. D. Liue, 230 West 22nd street. oo STRANGER HAS A RHEUMATIC HEART Doubled in agony with what has been diagnosed as rheumatic heart pain, Fred Sousa. a Mexican, was fouud on Wall avenue, between 24th and 25th streets this morning, and was taken to tin city jail where he received treatment from City Physi cian Walter Whalen. The man lying on tho sidewalk when he was found bj Fd Olson, who was driving by. He was given some brandy, which quieted him until ho could be taken to the K)lice station and Dr Whalen could be called Tho man suffered great pain and clutched at his heart when the spasms occur red. After the man had received treat ment he was eased and was placed on a cot for further treatment TRANSIENT HAS PHONY RING FOR SALE Martin Touhey. a transient, was ar rested at noon today by Serueant C K. Layne, follow inu efforts of the man to dispose of a phony Kcdd rn); to a boy. who was also asked lo pawn the ring and bring the money to Tou hey The man 18 being held for In vestigation. At the station he was not able lo give a good account of his actions and the police are inclined to believe thai he Is one of a pair who roam about, the country disposing of cheap jewel ry. He had lu his possession a razor and a folding rule oo Masonic Notice The funeral of our late brother E H. Lino will be held from the Metho ' dlst church Sunday, at 2 p m. Brethren will please meet at the hall at L30 p. D3 sharp to march to I the church. By order of the W M. F. D. NICHOLS, Sec'y. MUCH WORK IN BUILDING LINES Ladders and scaffolding were sus I. ended this morning on the old Oeo Murphy block, opposite the llealy ho tel. In preparation of painting tho ex terior with the same lluuid rlt that was used on (he Healy hotel The foundation ol the De Klesel building Is about completed and the forms were removed from one side to day exposing (he smooth concrete wan Blectrlclt Is used for the op eratton of the concrete machine and pMo3t Mother 1 hft wear, and js gjvjng U WM Djjgj some worn- some thinflt R Vl lie spirited " " uhjib , " " -S "Fits" B? J for pri- I Til IS IS WnuiMUMmmm The ready- There is Fl ii ,.,,. J., 1 UoU& Ito-weCoat.,. ffjftg ii K 1H dends 1 JtC Store n J Suits, Skirts, J about the ml BP Be the 6 iack comra A h , H , r f stopping That Sells -" nori lnnk,nf thCy f K! k place for U , '" 111 hf Bflj gosslpi L m J store, I mm Don't pass where the Kf Ju II Palm Beach, Florida, May 3, 13. W II DEAR HELEN: II -; ; Now that you are to read a paper at commencement this month, j W j Just remember a few things. 1 know you will look superfine in new 1" jSrf togs you say you bought at Paine & Hurst's, because they "do have II M the goods1'; and I believe they try to practice the Golden Rule as much II as possible. If you should happen to see a $25.00 Wooltex suit in II II some window marked $16.75 and advertised, and besides ten other at li M ka $9.98, featured strong, don't worry. You haven't paid too much for W Il your $25.00 suit it's worth the money and the fellow selling the II f II $9 98 suits, no doubt, is able to ride in an Electric Coupe. He is not II k a loosing any money, but is possibly trying to put a scoop on the other w I fellows and seeking to pull the wool over your eyes. And its likely II not all wool either. Some shoddy and dust in it to further obstruct II 1 wa vour vision. Stay with the store that advertises and has some things ki t 8 to say and mean it. When you see an ad of their's you can depend II on it And now that you are through school there is a hone in my II K I a heart that I may soon be home to talk over our real problems in the U W I evening twilight. Then I can say things and give you advice that I !j B can't be put on paper. II -. 4 Kiss the kids and give a hug to Dear Old Dad. ki h Ever Your Tender Loving, .MOTHER. f H P. S. Isn't it about time we had a new Postmaster. The way II f a letters are being so carelessly handled. Editor. II v during the past week the mixer has bt i ii running without a hitch Carpenters have begun the prelim Inary work on the first floor of the A L. White building on Washington ;irnue and the excavators will De gin work next week on the site of th Knights of Pythias building on (irant avenue, near the Baptist church. For the past ten days masons ha been at work on the extension of th Ogden Steatn laundry and a force if men have been engaged In remodel Ing the roof and top of the facade of the old building to harmonize wid. th- addition. Construction work Is going on rap Idlj al the site of the Stephens apart in. nt boue on Washington avenue, between 26th and 27th streets and the building will be completed before thu summer Is over. The apartment house of D L Mad son will be completed by the first of June, according to the architects. Tho building Is up sufficiently at the pre ent time to give an idea of its artls tic appearanre In all parts of the city modern co. tages are In different stages of erec tion Practically every plumber, rar penter. brick mason and electrician is kept busy. Lumber dealers, brick ard owners and cement men report prosperity, as do also the hardware stores dealing In the metal furnish Ings for buildings I CONDUCTORS A special meeting will be held at the hall on Sunday, May -I. at 2 p. m. This lor thr purpose of meeting with 'Ue President Gregg D l BOYLE, Sec'y- oo DEBATING TEAMS MEETJONIGHT Tho debating teams of (he Ogden High school and the W.-Imt a. adenr. will meet tonight at the academy in a final debate on the question: Unsolved, that the contest en tho I'nlted States and Great Britain relative to the Panama canal tollfc should bo arbitrated by The Hague t rlhunal." The negative side will be taken by the Weber academy and the High school will debate from the afflrma tive point of view. Lorenzo Richards. Benjamin and Cora Kasius will represent Wetter and Orlof Parr, Prnnk B. Smith and Bry. Swartfager win debate for the nigh school. Judge J A. Howell. George J K' ly and a 'bird man to be set Bred from the University of Utah win be the judges. SPECIAL TRAIN BRINGS 250 FR0MZ50N Members of tbe Salt Lake Trans portation club, their ladle:, ;':id friends In all uumbcring about o50 persons, mine from Salt Lake at 2 ;',0 o'clock this afternoon In a special train placed at their dispol by the Oregon Short Line Railroad company The were mel at the Union depot by officer of i h- Weber dub who extended a welcome and presented each with a carnation. string of street cars was waiting st the Wall avenue line and tho vis- sagai itors v.ere taken to the Hermitage in Ogden canyon where they will re main until about 10 o'clock this eve ning. Information concerning the magni tude of the excursion was gained this morning when D L. Pickett, general passenger agent of the Chicago & Alton railroad and a member of tbe Transportation club arrived in Og- i den to complete his official duties I before It became time to Join the fes-1 ' tlvltles He stated that the genera' offices of the railroads In Salt Lake had planned to close at noon and 'hat practically all employed and their I friends had planned to come to the canyon for the outing of the alter-j noon. Many of those who went to the canyon this afternoon are strangers to the west and the trip was the first one experienced by them to Ogden ? play ground. The Officers of the Publicity bureau and Weber club were gratified that the club had selected Ogden and did all in their power to assure a good time to (he visi(or6. Dancing, music and a banquet com pletes (he program for the canyon this afternoon. At the banquet, which will be served In the largo hotel din ing room letters of welcome will be rend from Mayor A G Fell and President H. M. Rowe of the Weber I The special train will return to Salt r. Lake this evening at 10:30 o'clock, V I but it Is thought that many will re- main in Ogden over Sunday Jp , -r L I Last Vaudeville Per- f formance of the Season, I Orpheum Tonight. f TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY j AGEtfTS WANTED I AGENTS, either sex. sell guaranteed hosiery; large profit: goods re placed free if hoi. ..;.i.'.ir-, e.xpir:- jH ence unnecessary Address "WEAR PROOF. ' West Pbila.. Pa. SALESMEN. SALESMAN Capable specialty man for Utah. Staple line on Now and Exceptional terms Vacancy now. At tractive commission contract. $35.00 weekly for expenses Miles F. Blxler Co., -77-17 Carlln Building, Cleveland, The season is now opened up for - Rubber Heels at the OGDEN SHOE j -mam4m """N. REPAIR FACTORY. Rubber heels, Il - JpP" J v'' kinds of shoe repairing done n " while you wait All work guaranteed I and neatly done at 323 24th St. I 1 .zmjSBHggflgflBgliSgSXgflBBBggSHgCngiKlgffEggflKS9gHiaS4i SPECIAL ROUND TRIP Excursions East FROM OGDEN I Chicago $56.50 Omaha $40 00 St. Louis $52.00 Kansas City $40.00 If Memphis $59.85 Denver i$22 50 Peoria $55 40 Colorado Sonngs .. . $22.50 St Paul $65 70 I Pueblo $22 50 Proportionate Rates to Other Points. DATES OF SALE May 7, 8, 10. 17. 24. 31 km June 3, 7, 13, 14, 21. 28 July 2, 5, 10. 19, 23, 31 August 1, 9, 11, 16, 22, 28 I September 10. 11 FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31 Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers SIX TRAINS DAILY I VIA Union Pacific I STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST Automatic Electric Block Safety Signal Protection. j: For further particulars regarding rates, routes, traiu service and for descriptive literature, call at, phone or address QQ!fe TICKET OFFICE: : y 2514 Washington Ave Phone 2500 V I'V PAUL L. BEEMER, City Passenger and Ticket Agent.