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Ij STANDARD TELEPHONES
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Department, Call Phone No. 66.
G W. Tripp, the Photographer In
your town. 32i4 25th St.
Harvester Machinery Farm ma
chinery for harvesting crops &re still
beinic handled on cars that pass
through the local yards for the laree I
fields in the northwest.
The next issue of the Telephone Di
rectory will go to press on August 5
Persons desiring changes in listing or
service or wishing to subscribe for
new tervice should notify this office
at once Telephone No. 2600. The
Mountain States Telephone & Tele
graph Co. F. W. Carroll, restrict
Shoulder Fractured Charles H
Peart, leader of the Ulooe orchestra,
I fell from hl6 bicycle while on his
I way home and suffered a fractured
I shoulder blade.
I AdTenlscrs hjubi nave tbeir copy
I ready for the Erentnf Standard lh
I evening before the day on rhlch ..he
I adTertlsement is to appear In order to
I Insurn publication
I Default In the case of the Firs'
I National bank against D B. Woodland
I the default of the defendant has been
I entered in the district court.
I Old papers for sale at the Standard
I Office. 25c per hundred
! In Seventh Ward At the Seventh
II ward meeting house, Sunday morning
at 10 30, Dr E. H. Smith will talk;
to the parents' class of the ward on1
tde subject of "Summer Diseases.'
and In the evening at 7 o clock Pro
fessor Moroni Olson will give a read
ing to the Mutual Improvement as
sociations of the ward.
C-al . 421 tor th aews, editorial an
1 iocty departments cf the Standard
1 Grading The Moran Construction
company has compiler) nxcavatlon
H work on Lincoln avenue, between
-r , .. .r.w . j t- . ... ,i.
Ii w &u i j -1 1 1 1 u aim i en i j - si x ii
streets, and this morning began grad
ing on that portion r.f Wall avenue,
between Twenty-third and Twenty
first streets, occupied by railroad
tracks The next work will be on
Jefferson avenue, between Twent y -fifth
and Twenty-seventh streets.
First-Class Auto Service Call up
Elite Cafe, Phone 72.
Going to Nevada Timothy C. Hoyt
of the land department of the forest
service will leave the city tomorrow
for the Nevada national forPf where
he will spend a number of days at
tending to land matters
The crenm from which B & G BUT
TER is made Is the richest and best
to be had. Try a carton.
Sued on a Note In the district
court, the First National bank has
commenced suit against James E.
Ball&ntyne to recover $573, alleged
to be due on a certain promissory
note, dated July 1. 1912 The com
pany also asks for interest and costs
C.'ood cottages for rent at the Her
mitage. See G W Wilson 8-2tf
Progressives to Celebrate The
Progressives of Weber county are to
have an outing at Lagoon, on August
11. In celebration of "Founder's d;i "
Change In Trains Effective tomor-
y row morning. Union Pacific train No
4 will leave Ogden for the east at
8.05 o'clock Instead of 7 05 o'clock
Library Books The first half of
the 525 new books to be placed on
the shelves of the Carnegie library
arrived yesterday and the books are'
now being catalogued and wll be'
I ready for the public by September 1
Mtrriage License A rmrriai:- U
censo has bee issued to Charlie Till
man of McDonald, Pennsylvania, ami
Katie Shorder of Lincoln, Nebraska
Administrator In the estate of
Ijewls Jarvls, deceased, R. II. Bou
i munk has been appointed to act as
From Ogden to Logan Engineer
Joseph West is encaged drawing
maps of the three proposed routes of
the Ogden Rapid Transit svstrn from
Ogden to Logan. When the maps are
ready the board of directors will meet
and discuss the question of which
particular route shall be followed, af
ter which the matter of building will
he taken up. It is questionable
I whether any building will be done on
' the extension this season.
Mountain Climbing Rev Rass
weller, with the boy scouts and oth
ers, climbed to the top of Observa
tory Peak yesterday, starting at ' 30
a. m. and reaching the summit at 3:30
p. m The party returned at 11 p. m.,
Extended Jurisdiction I'ndr the
reorganization of the assistant su
perintendents' offices on the Wyom-!
ing and Kansas divisions of the Un-I
Ion Pacific. Assistant Superintendent
G. O. Brophy's office of assistant su
perintendent now has jurisdiction
between Ogden and Green River.
Heavy Travel Owlnc to tlx num
ber of persons taking advantage of
the rates to the northwest, It was
necessary to add two extra coaches
to No. 13 this morning In addition to
Shotgun Taken Sam Onello, the
I Italian grocer on Washington avenue
near Twenty-second street reported
to the police this afternoon that a
doubled -ba-reled shotgun had been
taken from his room abov the store
Holdups Identified The three hold'
ops taken to the penitentiary yes-
terday have been Identified by the
chief of police at Glenn's Ferry. Ida..
as the three who held up a saloon
there and made a successful get
away County Teachers Teachers' exami
nations for Weber county schools trfft
be held In the High school on August
5, 6 and 7 Up to the present, Supt.
Petferson announces that he has but
15 vacancies in his teaching corps.
Fighterc Arrested M Hopkins and
H Dalllnger were arrested at 3
o'clock today and are charged wii
'fighting. Dalllnger had a bleedin
nose when arrested and cried when
placed in Jail The excitement oc
curred at Twenty fifth street SM
Salt Lake. Aug. 2. A. G. McKenzie,
assistant secretary of the Commer-1
clal club, who since last April has I
been in charge of the publicity bu-1
I reau of the club, was discharged yes- j
terday by Secretary Will G. Farrell.
acting on orders from the board of
This action was taken as a move In
the club's retrenchment policy, ac-1
cording to Mr. Farrel, who said last
night that under the new regime, cir
cumstances were such that It was
required to terminate the connection!
of Mr. MacKenzle with the club. Mr
MacKcnzle is on a salary of ?275
a month. When he was engaged, the j
salary was divided equally but since
he has been In charge of the work
of the publicity bureau, the bureau
has paid $200 a month of this and
the club has paid $75 a month. The
decision of the board of governor ,
was that the club could no longer af
ford to pay this $75 a month, and that
the publicity bureau could get &me
one to do the work for $200 a month, j
DEFINING A DENTIST
One who pulls out the teeth of
others to obtain employment for his
own London Evening Standard.
KID IRISH HAS
L. Erwln Ireland, "Kid Irish," the
recognized champion featherweight
wrestler of the world, returned from
! Pocatello, Idaho, this morning. Last
night he won the handicap match
over Art Chester, the middleweight
i champion of the Gem state.
It took Chester 48 minutes to pin
, the shoulders of "Irish" to the mat
for the first fall and he failed to
throw the little fellow in the remain
ing part of the hour. A number of
times "Irish'' had Chester in tight
Speaking of the match this morn
ing, Irish" said:
"I had the hardest wrestling match
of my life, and I will 6ay that Chester
is one of the cleverest wrestlers I
have ever stepped on the mat with.
I won the match and am well satis
"Irish" brings the proof back with
him that he had a hard match, for
his arms, shoulders and legs arc in
bandages from burns received In the
The "kid" plans to rest from now
until .Monaaj morning, wnen no win
again start training for his match
with Harlan Payton at the Glenwood
park ball grounds, Saturday after
He will continue training at Jack
Harbertson s quarters until the plat
form is built at the Park grounds,
when he will train at that place.
Payton Is training for the match
and expresses confidence that h will
be able to pin the little fellow s
shoulders to the mat. However, he
says he Is expecting a hard tussle
and he is accordingly training hard
LIGHTS FOR THE
Mthough the Wfber club was giv
en the assurance last spring that an I
appropriation for the widening of thej
walk leading to the Union station
from Wall avenue and the erection of
a number of cluster lights on the I
station park would be included In thai
budget submitted to the directors of I
the Oregon Short Line company no
results have been forthcoming and ft
leiier has been sent to Superintend
ent A F Brewer at Salt Lake ask
ing as to the progress made.
The Weber club is also waiting to
bave the railroad company agree to
pay half the costs of Installing a num- :
ber of arc lights on the viaduct as the;
city commission has signified Its
willingness to have the city do its,
Information has been filed in the
j district court against Arthur Dnscoll,
charging him with the willful neglect
of his minor child from June 16
to June 30. 1913
The district attorney has also filed
an information against August Bodh
charging him with assault with intent
'to commit murder. The Information
sets out that on July 26, the accused
I shot Eieputy Sheriff J L Hobson with
I intent to kill him.
It wll be recalled that the officer
waR shot while attempting to stop a
fight between Rodh and others near
I Twenty-Seventh street and Grant ave
nuc. Bodh was also shot.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transfers
have been placed on record In the
' county recorder's office:
t Ambrose E. Shaw and wife to Lo
i renzo J Sparks, a part of lot 2. blork
t 66, plat C. Ogden survev, considera
1 Chauncy Stone and wife and others
! to the Oregon Short Line company. I
a part of the sections 8 and 1
township north, range 1. west
the Salt Lake meridian, considers
' tion 159.
John Driver and wife to William
Hlgley. a part of the northeast quar-
ter of section 22, township 6 non.
range 2. west of the Salt Lake meri
dian; consideration $3,500
Carrie Ayres and husband to Hen
ry Bateman. a part of lot 12, block
4, South Ogden survey; consideration
Joseph Severn and wife to Oel C
Sessions, lots 24 and 25, block 1,
Brooklyn addition, Ogden survey; con
sideration $1,700. -
Charles Giddings to George Green
burg, lot 1. block 6. South Park aJdi- j
tlon, Ogden survey; consideration i
Antonio Favero and wife to San
Favero, a part of the northeast quar
ter of section 33, township 6 north,
range 2, west of the Salt Lake inert
dlan; consideration $1,450.
WHITE WAY AND
Because of the numerous attrac
tions that have visited the city during
the summer, the Weber club is in
favor of delaying the proposed " hlte
Way ' carnival until autumn, when it
can be included In the annual Fash
The new lighting system will be
practically completed tonight Al
though it was proposed to light what
arcs were In place yesterday, It was
finally decided to delay the turning
on of the electricity In the system
until all details are completed.
IS GIVEN A
Fred Hanssen. formerly with the;
Harnman lines at Ogden, but later at
San Francisco, has arrived In the
city for a few days' visit while en
route to Portland, Oregon, where he
goes to accept the position of assist
j ant superintendent of the Oregon dl-
vision of the Southern Pacific. Mr
Hanssen Is one of the few young men
who were given an opportunity to
study railroading In all its depart
ments. He first started his work in
the Chicago office of Julius Krutt
schnitt about six years ago. Later
he was transferred to Ogden. He
served several months in each of the
local departments and later was
transferred to Los Angeles and then
to San Francisco. For the past sev
eral months he has been connected
I Saturday GRAND RE-OPENING OF THE OGDEN THEATER Saturday
1 Home-Coming of the Favorite Arington Stock Company k
I I Evening I AM the oJd favorites headed by Evening
H 1 AuS- I MAYME ARINGTON AND THOMAS PAWLEY, Aug.
I j 1 v I Beginning the Regular Season in the Laugh-Laugh-Play
11 "THE, MAN FROM MEXICO" fk
I I Prices 10c, 20c, 30c. Box Office open daily, commencing Thursday, M$
V I from 10.00 a. m. to 9 p. m. Phone 220.
I ' 1
I "A better car at a lower price"
I Five-Passenger Touring Car . . $625.00
Two-Passenger Runabout .... $575.00
Six-Passenger Town Car ... . $825.00
Above Prices f.o.. Ogden and Include Full Equipment
Latest Models Ready lor Delivery
I JAMES AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
- Washington Avenue mb
I'm All Ready Today I
It was a tough job, hut I did it. Ten thousand mixed-up pieces
of merchandise had to he untangled sorted out marked at cheap
prices. But it was all ready for the opening hour nine o'clock this
Men's Goods, Ladies' Goods, Dry Goods, Household Goods a I
little of everything from every department. Rummage stock, in
deed, and Rummage Prices.
If you come to this Rummage Sale tonight, I'll het you'll carry
away a large package and it will cost you very little.
REMEMBER THE PLACE fl TC MDirilT adT,iscr
Wrights' Old Clothing Store VUd VvKlllIll wrghts
with the ppneral offices of the South
ern Pacific company.
(TndcT a recent order, he was pro
moted to the position of assistant su
perintendent of the Oregon division
of the Southern Pacific.
Mr. Hanssen expects to leave Sun
day afternoon for the Northwest
BUTCHER IS TO
Deputy Sheriff .1 L Hobson re
turned last eveninc from St. Anthon
Idaho, with J. F. Butcher who is
charged with rape. Arrangements
were made today by which Mr Butch
er will be released on ball In the sum
The crime Is alleged to have been
committed with an Inmate of the state
industrial school. Butcher was for
merly the Inspector of manual train
ing In the school. He contends that
the charge is false Mrs Butcher ac
companied him from Idaho and he has
an attorney to look after his case.
Mi?s Edna Synder has returned
from Torlnn1 where she spent a week
wi'h Miss Emma Allen
Mlsa Ru'h Thatcher has been the
guest of Miss Athea Brown at her
htfme in Corlnne for the past two
Mrs. Ella Burton has returned
from a visit with relatives in Gar
land. Miss Bessie Trlmmie of Iowa and
Mrs. Vlrgie Steele of Ogden have
been visiting in Garland at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W M Cragun
Mrs Frank Foulger returned Tues
day from a visit at the home of Mrs
Burdette Smith in Garland.
MRS. BAUM EISTER TO ENTER
TAIN Mrs Mary Baumelster will enter
tain the Past Guardian Neighbors
Wednesday evening at her home, 356
ENGAGEM ENT ANNOUNCED
Mr and Mis S V Lindh announce
the engagement of their dauchter
Miss Eva to Mr Clarence Eklund. the
marriage lo take place In September
Mrs Kate Heyman is reported as
having a fine time in Portland. Ore,
where she went as delegate from
Sego Lily Circle 174, to the Grand
Lodge convention of the omen of
Much Important work is before the
delegates for discussion.
HOME INDUSTRY CLUB OUTING.
The Ladies of the Homo Industry
club will meet at Bamberger depot
Thursday. August 7, at J 30 p. m .
to entrain for their outing at Lagoon
The regular meeting of the Martha
society will be held at 3 p m Mon
day. at the Free Kindergarten and
Day Nursery on Jefferson aenue.
ST. JOSEPH'S SOCIETY
The ladies of St Joseph's Sewins
society will hold their annual outlns
at the Hermitage during the coralu;
TO TOUR CALIFORNIA
Mrs Irving P. Arnold and Mrs J
B. Reynolds will leave on the de luxe
today for California. They will visit
San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Cruz,
Los Angeles and other coast points
during the next two months.
Mrs Arnold was among those who
received a severe shock to the nerves 1
In the Ogden canyon wreck and hope,
the California trip will prove benefi- 1
MISS SEPPICH TO ENTERTAIN.
Miss Esther Seppich. will have as I
her guests tomorrow Miss r.ladys
Hagne. Miss Maruar-i Connelly and
Miss Beth Merrill, all of Salt Lake
The young ladles will be the guests j
of honor at a luncheon to be given
pj Mibs Seppich at her home, 2S5S
FOR MISS GELSTON.
Mr and Mrs. George Yogel enter
tained at dinner Sundas at their home
or. Harrison avenue in honor of Miss
Emma H Gelston of Washington. D j
L who Is visiting her sister. Mrs I
harles P. Calvert, for the summer ,
.arden flowers were pleasingly com
blned for Lb hoURe decorations and ,
for the dinner table w here covers
were laid for sixteen
Pictures of the families and of the
(surrounding country were taken and
several feats of fancy horseback rid
Ing were given by the younger folk5;,
much to the merriment of the gust.
Those present were Miss Emma H.
Gelston. Mr and Mrs James Leavitt
and family, Mrs. Charles P. Calver;
and family, and Mr and Mrs Bd
I ward J Duggan.
Max J Aubele was pleasantly sur
prised by a number of his friends last
evening at Ms home. 1913 Park ao
nue. Both vocal and instrumental mu
sic were enjoyed by all and at 11
o'clock refreshments were served, af
ter which the guests departed, declai
ms the host a jolly entertainer
Thosp present were Mr and Mr-.
Ma.x J Aubele. Mr and Mrs (ieorg
Dinsdale. Mr and Mrs Joe Fakler and
son. Mr and Mrs Will Howard and
j daughter. Mr and Mrs. Em II Dehn
and son and daughter, Herbert rind
William Aubele Mr. and Mrs Jams
. Fields. Mr. and Mrs Span. Mr and
Mrs William Empev. Mrs Lena
Faulkner Mr and Mrs. John fcalble
land Albert Laible
TO BE ENLARGED
Indianapolis. Aug 2 A proposition
to Increase the federal league cirm I
to ten clubs, five in the east and
five In the west was said to be the ;
one most favored by the directors
when they met here toda The cir
cuit as proposed for next season
would include New York Cleveland
Ptttsburt:. Philadelphia and Balti
more in the east and Indianapolis
Kansas City. Milwaukee. St Louis
and Chicago in tho weet
Incidentally, Horace FoKe, ih for
mer baseball magnate. -Ail! ,o ,r.
ent today to fell the new league
heads of conditions n York,
Philadelphia and Boston, where Mr
Fogel has been recently looking over
the field What connection the for-i
mer Philadelphia president will have
with the league if the enlarged cir
cuit Is approved, could not he learned
Six games in which Shortstop
Scott played while with Chicago, at
the first of the season, were thrown
out today, as Scott Is alleged to have
Jumped the Indianapolis team. The
player Is here to tell his side of th-
story to the directors.
Another question that will come up
for discussion Is the rumored prep
aration made by organized baseball
to fight the invasion of the independents.
REFUSE TO RETURN TO WORK
Superior, Wls. Aug. 2 -Enraged
over the accident Thursdav evening
when two of their fellows lost their
lives and several others were Injured
-nil men employed on the Allouez Ore
docks at West Superior, who have
been on a strike since the accident
rerused to return to work until con'
dltlon., which they claim caused the
reck. are removed.
Seven ore boats are tied to the
j?vS anchord t.ng to be fined
Many more are due to arrive w thin
the next 48 hours. Two partlv oa
ed boats moied to the M ssab'e a 1
ceterday to complete th cgo
UTAH FINISHED M
'tit 1 tad needs more than
anything else is factories and
nulls:, where whirring wheels
will convert the State's im
mense natural products into
lnmhe,( pivirlnets. For in
stance, it is poor business
policy to ship wool out of the
intermountain country at 20
cents a pound and buy it
hack in the shape of fabrics
a i a many-fold increase. Such
a policy trnes the cream to
the outside proprietor and
workman, leaving the skim
milk for the foolish inter
mountain producer. Local
factories Mill provide the
profitable market for Local i
producers and will furnish
employment to home people
' Every factory is a harbinger
of prosperity fr Ttah. As
fast as present manufactur
ing concerns prosper others
pnntr up around them.
1 1. " trvn . T-.T-1 . .
" iwi -Mir, a I hAJjfR.
PUSH THE SALE OF
UTAH-MADE Goods if !
rOU ARK A CONSUMER,
VSK FOB JTAH-MADE
')l.)s. DON T BI.'ILD
UP OTHER COMMUNITIES.
AT THE EXPENSE OF
Vol R OWN STATE.
Manufacturers Associ 1
alion of Utah
"The Payroll Builders"
Grocery Bargains" I
p.ckhng clK,m. ,, .As)raohim appIes- L
p SOME BARGAINS"''"'' S
gal g o Fr,"h Pork Chopa, f
iocm;, ,";';;; ij 5
vOq each 5
I HIGH PAT FLOUR, Sak T I
' " lth a 50c cash order oniy.) I
Phones: 284 and 285. 0 , V
26th and Wash. '
"V One door ca.t of Standard Office. I
364 24th St.
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