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THE OODEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. MONDAY, JULY 21, 1913. n "" Wni
- . ; I You Can Save money Money On all : Summer Floor Coverings I if you take advantage of the July Clearance Sale. Prices reduced from 33 1-3 per cent on Crex Grass Rugs', Algerian Cocoa Porch Rugs, St Regis Napier Matting Rugs. Rag Rugs, CRASa fPjPw "xicnx sxloRuffs $5!60 America Coco Porch Rugs - w J" ?H i Crcx, 6x9 Ruprs. .S3. 75 $10 50 value 6x9.... .$0.35 wv' . rfCr"' $3;50 Crex, 46x7.o Rugs $2.25 $8.00 value, 4.6x7.6 $4.75 SJSfe SMMff&BB St ReSs NaPier RuSs are $4. value, 3x6 $2.50 r- : 7 Jbtffi&f fast colors and very durable, $lh :,() In-sl p radi- wool and i .jP'V 1 uVcS!? can be llsecl indoors as well as fibre. Oxll! . . .$11.00 1 SjS,?5 for porches $15.00 best grade wool and -2 .10()0 vain.-. 9x0 $6.60 Fibre, 8.3x10.6 .. $10.20 rbvl : TCW "s S3S3, 7"" value 6x9 $4.50 $12.00 Wool and Fibre Rugs. VWV" ' " "i " ijfP" l " v;lh" ;,,'T'1 $2.95 pood quality, 0x12 $8.10 1 VC "-erH BBS'' Imported Cocoa Porch Rugs. $n 00 Wool and Fibre Rugs. ' I W.JjgB made in Belgium, very pretty good qua S.3xl0.6 $7.50 "Bfty ' $15.00 value, 6x9 ft. . . .$s!oO A11 Ra Rus reduced 1-3 in J' $11 50 value, 5x8 ft $6.00 price. All Porch and Lawn Furniture reduced from 40 to 75 per cent Clearance Sale of Refrigerators r.r $4.25 Rocker, good qual- including the "Bonn" Syphon, Gibson, Lapland, Radium, Mascot $4 !oo Roer,mgood dur2 able chair $1.95 $1100 Mascot $7.50 $24.00 Radium $15.75 $55.00 Gibson $36.00 n :)0 Rocker, heavy $U.50 Mascot $9.25 $26.00 Radium $17.00 $ Gibson, $39.50 Jj& $12.00 Cambna $8.00 $27..50 Lapland $1S.50 ,, ,;"ohn $44.25 ,liatting $5.00 L.KM . so - onoft T,01.t 20 OO Bohn $50.75 $11.50 Chair, to match $15.00 Cambna $9.5 $J Lapland .00 g(j 3 $18.50 Cambria $12. .50 $33.50 Lapland $22.50 $140.00 Bohn. white porcelain Very many other bargains. $20.00 Radium $13.50 $37.50 Lapland $24.50 inside and out. very special See our double window dis- $22.50 Radium $15.00 $42.50 Monitor ... .$28.00 at '.$98.00 play. A j& All Hammocks reduced 1-3 in price The assortments are yfnMl flflu still good, and there is the hottest part of the summer and S a autumn t0 use one nce rorn -$2.50 to $25.00 IWrrfnmffi Boyle Furniture Company j lUST FOR FUN THEY WENT TO JAIL jb6Coe C. Sutton, the young man j tu charged with stealing a bot- l'of beer Saturday, pleaded guilty the charge this morning In Judgo Sder's court and received a Beir- 06 of five days or ?6. p only took the bottle to listen to Jlty holler when he found It gone,' 1 Sutton to the judge Did Shorty holler?" asked his hon I Well, you Bee me here." answered defendant In Buch a manner that In court knew that Shorty had 41ered." jouls Maras pleaded guilty to taking Vvolver. but he asked for lenience he had done it "Just for fun ' Judge nder could see no humor to the 'tatlon and sentenced the practical er to serve 30 days bs Slater, Pete Williams and May jldson, all charged with drunken M, pleaded guilty and were given Ibances of ten days or 510 each y were arrested Saturday upon aplaints of residents on a side Mt that the three had driven ther Vwere drinking beer from bottles, trough his attorney, Joe Kuhn fcded not guilty to the charge of irancy and the case was set for f.dneBdaj morning. oo ICREASING THE PARCELS POST 4 ltbough no announcement has I ID received from the pottofflce de ftoient at Washington, Postmaster K Shurtllff has unofficially known J some time that the changes in J parcel post regulations were to be Je to Include parcels up to twen ipounds In weight The first Intl jWon of the proposed change wafl I Wishing tackle: PEERY-KNISELY I HARDWARE COMPANY I 17 Wash. Av. Phone 213. J had when the new scales came to the local office The scales are capable of weighing up to 21 pounds According to the postmaster, the Associated Press dispatches are al ways from four to five days ahead of the official reports sent out by the government. The abandonment of the parcel post maps with the r.ones will not materi ally affect the work in the local of fice for the reason that the proposed new system was adopted in the Og den office when the parcel post was Inaugurated. A book was made up at that time giving the postage to all cities of the country with reference to the local office. OGDEN A GOOD JOBBING CENTER The Wheelwright Construction I company of this city was the sue-' cesstul bidder for the construction work for the waterworks system which wil soon be built for the city of Lewiston, Utah. This Job involves the purchase of over a million pounds of pipe and fittings. costinR approx imately $.00,000. They were also the successful bidders for the extension of the waterworks system at Pay son, I tan, involving a tonnage of 650, 000 pounds of pipe and fittings which will cost approximately $30,000. After receiving bids from several Ticnver and Salt Lake Jobbers the Wheelwright Construction company found It to its advantage to place the orders for the material with a home jobber, the George A. Lowe company As this business was secured by these firms in the face of the most strenuous competition It speaks vol timea for Ogden as a contracting and jobbing center. oo SLUMP IN SIGHT. "Vessir," said the big man "T'm op posed to the election of United States senators by popular vote." "My, I'm surprised to hear you say that," Baid the little man. 1 What ar your reaKonst?" "I manufacture dictagraphs, " re plied the big man Cincinnati En quirer. .nn LADIES, READ THIS. "What's the trouble at your houie'" "Hunger Btrike for a new bonnet." "Your wife refuses to eat"" 'No. she refuses to cook" Kansas City Journal. EPILEPTIC FIT CAUSES MAN TO FALL William B. Passey. a real estate man, residing at 1155 24th street, sus tained un ugly gash in the forehead at 9:80 o'clock this morning w hen he fell to the floor in the Reed hotel toilet rooms in an epileptic fit and his head crashed against the tiling. The wound v l! r' 11 h I)r s A Whalen and when the man had par tially recovered from the attack and the fall he wa:. taken to his home. Patrolman Blackburn was near when the man groaned and fell to the floor. He notified the police station and Dr Whalen The doctor arrived within a few minutes after the acci dent and washed and dressed the in jury For almost an hour the man was unconscious and tore the bandage from his head during his delirium no TRIED TO GET MORPHINE TO A GIRL One of the cleverest methods of smuggling morphine to the prlsonert was disclosed yesterday when Dctec tive George Wardlnw accepted a sack of tobacco to be delivered to Jennie Howard a girl prisoner, and found that it hid a small package of mor phine so cleverly concealed that. It was only b chance the detective learned of Us presence. As a result of his findings W. A. Cox, a vouns man employed at the Montana room ing house, la In jail with a vagraucv charge against him. Cox came to the jail yesterday af ternoon and asked If he could 'visit the Howard girl, who is charged with immoral conduct. hen permission to cail was refused, he requested that a package or tobacco be given her and the detective stated he would take it to her cell The apparently inno cent package of cigarette tobacco was handed over. A cursory examination showed that the peals had not been broken but further Investigation brought out the fact that the label had been steamed off and a hole had been cut in the side of the sack Into this opening the morphine, wrapped in paper, had been placed. The label was pasted smoothly Into place aguln. giving the bag an appearance of never having been opened PIONEER DAY EXCURSIONS Via OREGON SHORT LINE Between points in Utah. On sale Julv 28 and 2V good returning July 25th For rates and particulars, ap plj at City Ticket Qtfjfce, 261 I Wash lngton Avenue. oo DRUNKENNESS OFFERED AS AN EXCUSE . Drunkenness was the excuse given by Harry Krogh in police court this morning when he was charged with reckless driving The fellow was arrested Saturday evening after he had ridden over a go-cart in which Mrs. Richard Thorn- I as was wheeling her two-year-old BOD While the baby was not struck by the hoofs of the horse, li received several bruises and scratches by be ing thrown to the pavement Fol lowing the accident which occurre'l at 25th street and Hudson avenue. Krogh dashed up 25th street nnd was chased by Patroimau Hearn In an au tomobile The arrest was made at Jefferson avenue and 24th street Judge Reeder took the matter un der advisement. no NEW BUILDINGS IN THE CITY The McGregor brothers are building I a residence on 29th street, between; Washington and Adams aenue. thar will cost In tho neighborhood of $i,- 500 David C EccIcb i building an ad dition to his residence on 25th street and Jefferson avenue that will cost about $1,500. Is our wife going away this sum mer?" .. "No; I'm sending ner. Town Top-1 ice. J (NINE MEN ARE AT WORK ON CRUSHER Saturday afternoon prisoners on the rock crusher were released and re turned to the city on account of the machinery going wrong. Since that time, however, repairs have been made nnd today nine good huskv fellows were sent out to work. During the week an average of about four men have been handling stone for the crusher and the commis sioners are well pleased with the progress made In road bull. ling The Wilson district is receiving the attention of the macadam road builders at this time, but within the next few days It Is expected that the HtmtavlUe and other districts will be given consideration The north road through Huntsville Is considered the more feasible route for the state high way and that road will be improved oo PROBATE CASES IN DISTRICT COURT Judge J. A. Howell this mornlnR took up the probate calendar of hfo division of the district court and made the following orders The petition for approsal. allowance and Battlement of first annual ac count. In the matter of the estate of Barnard White, deceased, was grant ed. Estate of Simeon Cragun deceased, hearing of petition for letters of ad ministration, continued In the matter of th" estate of Geo. P. Thompson, deceased, the petition for approval, allowance and settie- ment of final account for distribution i discharge release and close of the I estate, granted. I The petition for approval and set ; tlement of the final account, in the I matter of the estate and guardianship I of Clay Conkling, a minor, was grant- led and the guardian released from ! further obligations. In the matter of the estate of John I Loss, deceased, petition for approval, allowance and settlement of final ac count for distribution, discharge, re lease and close of the estate, granted Petitions for letters of adminlstra tlon In the estates of Grace Kennedy I Collins and Jessie Kennedy Watson, i deceased, the petitions were granted, land Don Maeulre was appointed to fill the positions, under a bond o; $2,000 in each estate. In the e3tate of J. O Helmberger deceased, W. A McGnw was appointed 1 administrator 'under a nominal bond I of 1100 In the estate of Prudence Jackson, deceased, the petition for approval, al lowance and settlement of final ai I counting for distribution and dis i chargp was passed lor future consid eratlon In the estate of David D William deceased, the petition for sale of I real property was granted. In the matter of the estate and guardianship of Minnie Maria Griffin, 'minor, the petition for approval, a lowance and settlement of third annu al report was granted. no TAX TITLE THE BASIS OF A SUIT D. W. Strickland, an attorney of Denver, is here to commence action against the Bamberger railroad. He has associated with him George Mc Cormlck of Ogden Six years ago two pieces of prop erty which had been purchased b; J S. Wood nnd Charles 8 Rogers, for mer residents, was sold to Simon Bam berger by the county, a tax title pass lng Since then the Bamberger roa I has been built near the ground whlcb lies on hoth sides of the Weber rivet where the railroad crosses that stream The action will bring up the ques tlon of tax titles, damages, etc.. ami may finally result in the Bamberger road seeking to retain possession by condemnation proceedings. In case the plaintiffs win their first point In es- j tabllshng their right to pay the bad; J taxes with Interest and regain posses 1 slon. IJO FIRE DANGER IN THE FORESTS The weekly telegraphic fire repor's received Saturday at the district for- WHAT AILS YOU? No matter what your ailment may be, you will be cured un der the celebrated and wonder ful Chinese Herb treatment. 1 Hundreds of sufferers who had at one time given up all hope of ever be ing cured are now in absolute good health. Dear Sufferer: Put it off no 1 longer, come to see me at nnce. CONSULTATION FREE. L. SU WOO Herb Specialist. 2461 Grant, Upstairs. U ;EXHWlDvyTH j Tops I i - , u. Please try this jar, m It will meet your approval. . Extra wide mouth and sanitary. - If -ur grerr ;.ir nnf in tr-.k, in;i sn his gelling them far ymt. r. ' Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your old-style Mason jars. I They are cleaner and more sanitary. OGDEN WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. I est service headquarters show that no forest tires of consequence occurred on the national forests in district 4. during the Week ending July 19. The supervisors, without exception, have indicated however, that the hot weather, with prevailing dry winds, has materially Increased the fire hazard and. unless storms occur in the near future, it is quite likeh thai considerable trouble may be experi enced. Although no reports to this effe, have been received, Acting District Forester Kenn states that it is qull likely that the recent local showers have extended to the mountainous re i ii i , mHHBWriiiiBiii t n glon of southern Idaho where most of k the fire danger exists at the present if time. If this is correct, the situation will be considerably relieved and the r probability of serious forest fires post- t ponei for at least a week or ten day3. I oo BARBERS TO CLOSE Union barber shops will close all j day Thursday, July 24. and will re- main open until 10 p. m Wednesday, I LIGHT I I WE SELL I fl I 1 I Wesfinqfioiise I I I Mazda Lamps I I BECAUSE WE WANT YOU TO GET I H 8 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. 9 I I LET OUR REPRESENTATIVE FIGURE I H 9 WITH YOU ON YOUR LIGHT OR 9 I 9 POWER BUSINESS. S H I Be Prepared I 9 9 NOW IS THE TIME TO FILL YOUR 9 H g BINS WITH COKE FOR THE WINTER. 9 P WE HAVE THE FINEST GRADE OF 9 9 OKE MADE IN THE WEST. 9 H Utah Light & I I Railway Co. I I I PHONE 102. 9 H S. W. WHITAKER, Local Manager.