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6 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15. 1913.
; ISTONE THE WOMAN" H Essanay's Symbolic story of facts as they exist. STONE THE WOMAN - LET THE MAN GO FREE ORACLE THEATER "THE FATAL LEGACY" Ij A superb feature BbCB GLOBE in two parts pro- :..,. THEATER I ducing a thrilling Mr FEATURING Fox Hunt in ANNA "Old Virginia" ftiH NILSSON f "THE WHEELS OF FATE" A great melodramatic story of the city, country and storm-swept sea, in which a shipwreck and wireless play important parts. I ISIS THEATER ISIS ORCHESTRA BEST ORCHESTRA ORGANIZATION IN OGDEN MON. TUES. WED. MATINEE DAILY I 10 CENTS CHILDREN 5 CENTS For Editorial, Newt and Society pi' Department, Call Only Phone No. 421. I For Subscription and Advertising J Department, Call Phone No. 66. I! RANDOM , REFERENCES Old papers for sale at the Standard Office. 25r ppr hundred Water Flow Shut Off When the contractors working on the Howell Improvements yr-iterday covered the basement of the excavations with a bolld layer of concrete, the foul smelling stream which han been causing much trouble to the builders z nd property holders adjacent to the improvements, was snuffed out. The underground stream was uncovered when It was necessary to dig below the level of the foundation of the building to make room for the big boiler tor the heating system. Cal- 421 or the news, editorial an oclety departments nf the Standard Injured Clifton Wilson, the 10 1 ear-old son of Joseph Wilson, 23 I Healy avenue, sustained a severe scalp wound yesterday when he fell don from a fruit wagon. He was taken to the Dee hospital for treatment. First-Class Auto Service Call op Elite Catc. Phone 72 . Moving Judge V C. Gunnell of the Juvenile court Is moving his office from above the Nye building across the street in the Stevens block The change is made necessary because the structure is to be torn down for the addition to the Eccles building. The Nye Clothing store was moved to the 1 old Wright clothing stand, between ! Twenty -third an d Twenty-fourth streets, yesterday. BramuHi arnet- everything In i Books, Stationery and Office Supplies. Kicked Walter Dalton, 5 years old, V ' O H lrtrUf.rt Itv -i linrco oc ha tin i L' r f 1 'X'Sl behind the animal at his home, 475 j'frfy Thirty-first street, yesterday The I ' T noofs scratched hia head but the boy1. waB more frightened than injured. f'Vyii W TflpU, :iif- Photographer IB H your town. 82Qj -5th St. - I Road Congress Mayor A. G. Fell ,?S has been asked to name three dele- ' , gates from Ogden to the American H?9i Road ocngresB to meet in Detroit during the week of September 29.1 The request was mailed by Lopan -vlej Waller Page, president of the con-' jyjjl gre88 and director of the United fijggft btatcs office of public roads. Twenl- , iJM eight organizations are. taking part frjajS in the congress under the leadership ftajval of the American Highway association SK$S and American Automobile association BHBy Advertiser;. Dlilit nave tneir copy 13gf ready for the Evening- Standard ;h evening before the day on hlch the HPjJ advertisement is to appear la order to PjfSw insure publication SnB Seventh Child -A Bweet little baby jjinn daughter was left at the home of Hy SanB rum Plngree by the stork on Satur BBj day. This is the seventh time Mr jjn9 and Mrs. Pingree have been honored Bfli by the visit of the wonderful bird and flHBB they are correspondingly happy HH Mormon and all omer church pubii- HflB rations at Bram well's. BX Lincoln Highway During the r? jHH ( c-nt gorernor's conference in Colcra- BHB do Sprtnss, an agreement, was befan.- BBB the body to put Ogden on the route ol BBB the proposed Lincoln Highway asso- BBB elation fnnn coast to coast. Since BH In that time, the Lincoln Highway asso riatlon has tried to deviate but, fol lowing letters and telegrams from Governor Spry, President Carl Fisher of the association wired the governor Saturday that the wishes of Utah had be-on acceded to and Ogden will be on the memorial highway, The route selected through Utah is by way of Echo, Weber canyon. Ogden, Salt Lake, Tooele and Ibatah. Game Called Off The game be tween Salt Lake and Ogden. whicih was to have been played ths after nnnn has been called off. Those !n charge decided that the game would not draw enough fans to make it worth while from a financial stand point. THEATERS AT THE OGDEN. Had the Ogden theatje possessed more seats last night, a number of' people planning to see the play would not have been disappointed. As it was. all seats were filled and a num ber wore turned away. "The Lion and the Mouse," Charles Klein's big success, was the offering and, Judging by the applause, tlie large audience appreciated the excel lent, play. Although the production has visited Ogden more than one - and doubtless many present last night had Been It before, the play scored a big success. Every member of the company ap peared to good advantage. Thomas Pawley was John Burkett Ryder, a part he played in his usual capable manner. Mayme Aringlon played Shirley Rossomore, a heavy part ' munding"mu.h careful work, but Miss Arlngton handled it well Orvllle Spurrier added much to the sparkle of the play by his work as Algernon Nesbltt, the Englishman In (act every part was capably handled. For the production new scenery had been painted. A new departure at the Ogden now is the use of ceilings for interior settings, giving a much more realistic appearance to the scenes Society SURPRISE PARTY One o' tl.o pleasam events of th? past week was a surprise party given in honor of Mr lames Stevens, who leaves today for Kansas City, Mo., to attend school. About twenty of his Iriends congregated at his home oti Lincoln avenue, Friday evening and participated in the evening's enjoy ments. RASMUSSEN-WEBB. Th- engagement of Miss Mary Eleanor 'Rasmuusen, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J H Rasmussen of Hunt 9 ville. to Roland Webb of Ogdeu, had been announced The wedding will take place at the home of the bride In Huntaville Tues day, September it. N OBLE-WI LH ELM The engagement of Miss Irma No ble to Harry C, Wllhclm of Fittshurg. Pa., has been announced, the mar riai to take place in the lusar fn ture. CHILLD CULTURE CLUB. The Child Culture club will hold, ths first meeting of the year At o'clock Tuesday afternoon when Mrs 1 C. H. Gosling will extond a cordial ; welcome to all the members of the club at her home, L'loR Adams ave nue. A ful attendance for the openini meeting is expected FAREWELL PARTY. A farewell party in honor of Royal Maddock, who leaves shortly on a mission was held Thursday evening last. ST. JOSEPH'S SOCIETY The ladies of St. Joseph's Sewing society wll entertain all the old ladles of St. Joseph's church at 2 p m Thursday afternoon at St Joseph's hall A warm welcome will be ex tended to all and a special musical program and a pleasant social hour: together with the serving of tempting dinner will make the afternoon a happy memory. CARD PARTY. Mrs R J Shaun entertained Sat urday evening in honor of her dauglv tor. Grace's twelfth birthday annl versary Fourteen little friends o1 the young hostess participated In the merrymaking Music, games and varlOUl diversions, together with the offering of natal day remembrances and best wishes for many ' happy re turns of the day, were enjoyed, af'r which delicious refreshments were Berved. oo VETERAN FIREMEN LISTEN! We are called upon to take part In the Fashion Show and to do that it Ib necessary to get together Tues day night and make arrangements. Every member of the Veteran Fir -men's organization should be al the Hall promptly at 8 o'clock. F. R. WALKER. President J. R. HORSPOOL, Secretary STANDING OF UNION TEAMS , Helena, Mont Sept. 16 The offi cial standing or the Union association teams for the season which closcil yesterday Is. Won. Lost. Pet Groat Falls 78 42 .650 Salt Lake ...75 47 .616 Butte 54 64 .458 Missoula 54 68 MS Helena 52 67 .437 Ogden 49 74 .398 00 GARRISON RETURNS. Washington, Sept. 15 Secretary i:irTl8on returned today from an ah sence of several weeks, during which he made a coast to coast inspection of the various for s and army posts As a result of the inspection ft is be lleved a uumbc-r f Important changes will be taken ur.der consideration by the general staf with a view to mak ing the chain c c forts and posts more lutor-dependen An Arkansas watermelon weighing eighty-four pounds has been sent to President Wi.som But what the country wants to know is, did he eat Kali of It? VOTING FOR m OF THE CARNIVAL ; HAS BEGUN I Voting for the Queen of the Fashion I Show is going on merrily today, the various houses where ballots are bo ing cast, reporting that the boxes are I being filled Some remarkable re sults are expected this evening when the count of the day is announced. I The following have been named by I friends as candidates thus far: Mrs R E Bristol, Miss Minnie I Brown. Miss Ruth Wattis. Miss Lil lian Wright, Mrs L. R. Eccles, Miss Daisy Maginnis, Miss Helen F. Mil ler, Miss Helen Towne, Miss Edna Towne, Mies Yerna Tavey, MIbs Mary Ibbott, Miee Edna Slmins. Miss Afton Strlngham, Mrs Ray Ryan, Miss Nell Forrest. Miss Daisy Kuhn. and Mlss Ada Flnnnagan. Each candidate was 1 nominated with Sfid votes The results this evening are ex pected to add to the list as well as to the number of votes. Several merchants have announced that votes will bo given with mer chandise. It is planned to offer rotes with picture 8how tickets Al- ready the motion picture houses have aranged to announce on the screen th standing of the election The I tirst announcements will be made In a few days. Almoel every drug store is a polling place Votes may be purchased In the drug Btorei and at other business Qoueei Card in windows announce the locations of ballot boxeB and vote- purchasing stations. alread) W ; andeifon, the deco rator, is working on the float for the queen and her maids which will be the feature float of the Illuminated automobile parade, Friday evening. September L'v the first day of the : two days of carnival. All automoblllsts are Invited to at tend a meeting in the Elks' club to night when general hints on deco rating automobiles will bo given by experienced decorators. There Is a book on the subject In the Culley drug More and machine re nvlti d to look at the Il lustrations and descriptions In Spargo's book store Is a Mrs. ho haa been Instructing Og den people In the art of making deco rations from paper She Is willing to give advise and lessons gratis to all who care to call. Thi- decorations of automobiles are I not limited to autumn leaves, as many suppose. Any kind of decorat l ing material may be used by owners. lr.ad hundreds of Dounds of paper ; decorations have been ordered. Those people who suffered discommon-during tho last Fashion Show by j I havlnf talcum powder thrown upon! i their best blue serge suits or lntoi .their hair will not suffer such a ca lamltv this year The police are to j see that nothing but the leglttmatel .onfotti Is thrown Likewise corn ti. oil will under no circumstances be substituted for confetti If the sharp eyes of Chief W. I Norton's squad can prevent It. Invltailons have been extended to! automoblllsts of surrounding towns to participate in the parade Sal' 1 Lake, Brlgham and other cltlos will be represented with beautifully deco rated automobiles. 00 FAIL TO SETTLE CALUMET STRIKE Mine Managers' Attorney Advisea Governor Fer ris That Conditions Make It Impossible to Act Lansing. Mich, Sept 15 Governor Ferris today received notice that an other attempt to bring about a settle ment of the upper peniusula copper mine striko had failed The informa tion came In the form of a telegram from Mien F Rees. of Houghton, at torney for the mine managers, which read a6 follows; "Cannot act along lines of your tele cram because of conditions whicb set in to make It impossible." The telegram referred to by Attor ney Rees contained a plan of arbitra tion proposed by Chairman Lawton rfemane, of the state railroad commis sion, which, It is said, embodied the withdrawal of the Western Federation of Miners from the controversy. Miners In Orderly Parade Calumet, Mich.. Sept. 16 Quietness reigned in the copper strike district today, the usual morning disturbances failing to materially The strikers held the largest mining parade since ; the strike started, men and women be Ing in tho line They were orderly and made no attempt to visit any of the mines. Several movements are on foot for a settlement of the strike, one by th. Copper Country' Commercial club, one by Governor Ferris, on suggestion of Attorney Clarence S Harrow, and one other by John A Moffltl of the fed oral department of labor 00 ' JACK COOMBS IN HOSPITAL Philadelphia, Sept 14 "Jack" Coombs, star pitcher of the Athletic club, and hero of two world's series, is In tho University hospital Muscles of the giant pitcher's back, weakened by a recent attack of typhoid fever, physicians say, were unable to stand the strain in his attempt to work into condition, and it is said he may be placed in a plaster cast for several weeks. Physicians at the hospital say that In rare Instances following a severe attack of typhoid fever, mnscles of the body hsre been known to stretch. An X-ray photograph of tbe injured mnscles will be taken tomorrow and a flnaJ ocusum made as to the need . for tha east. "W5riSlrt, A GOOD PA&P TO TRADE i OODEN'S SECOND ANNUAL FASHION SHOW 'J Friday and Saturday, September 26 and 27. g FALL DRESS FABRICS g ' Today the first sale of fall dress goods jBHjSfeitipV ,";!is began. Here are materials you will want Mjjfflr P: :-V ' ' V V for Fall Suits and Dress Every piece in jKH R r V the sale is of this season s importation. r$jt&Jm. mjj6t i vv Dress Goods m Wmmm 40 Inches New WW New dre-s goods, 40 inches wide; serges, Mf'fcSffM J rli.ipon.iU in all of the fall shades; a most RSS23fi lOUf remarkable value at . .48c ma $1.00 Serges 50 9h New Inches Wide WmSZW Coal Splendid $1.00 Serges a new lot in all 5B? ftf IS of the- season s most wanted colors E,v- E n 1 ery piece is full fifty inches wide Be- Ij BPSl 8 1x63(17 ginning tomorrow at 75c jBfif F Crepe de Chine VfP1 You Guaranteed all wool and washable. Full ' J I j ( 45 inches wide. All of the newest colors Xi :j j i as well as the staple shades. For this item 'rtJ 9 there will be a quick demand 98c for Suits, etc 75 1$$ The promise is that corduroy will be one of the most popular fabrics for dress and suits this fall. We offer a new lot in all of the proper shades at 75c i $1.25 Diagonal nQ 75c Messahnes ,R Serges, 45 Inches M ?4 ,J0 . j 4- - i . j Nearly all shades are ottered in the pure An all-wool diagonal 4) inches wide; silk crepe de chine very showy and sty- one of the very best $1.25 values; offer- jsh pujj 74 mcheg wjde; a splendid 75c ed in wide as well as narrow whales. Of- value for 58c fered at 98c L Brocaded Crepe rn 27 Inch II de Chines 311 Crepe de Chine 4u ? Here's a splendid bargain brocaded These crepe de chines will be bought for crepe de chine; a full yard wide, light evening gowns being mostly of the ev- and dark colors, in eith er the plain or ening shades It is a good weight, 27 j brocaded, for combination dresses .. 50c inches wide, at 40c ? . FREE LESSONS IN CROCHETING Miss Emily Woolworth is here to tea ch our customers the art of crocheting. The lady comes to us direct from the Goldenfleece Factories and carries with her samples of those items of wearing apparel made from yarns which are growing so popu lar. Free lessons will be given in the art Department beginning today. ' I i-a x- t?i i n i I Blanket Bargains S Outing Flannel Sale J., The Bargain Basement Advance sale of the newest outing flannels, j 5 a busy spot these days. lj Select them while the assortment contains all I Tne September Sale of of the most attractive patterns. (Main Floor). i Blanke1t3 !unKTm U i 1 v 7 i you select the blankets now New Mill Ends of Fleece lined goods The very b c s t !j yOU ma .P&y fj t.hem lat' I the best 10c out- for house dresses,, quality of 15c ij er and in so doinK yu !; ing Offered in all kimonos, etc. We white outing flan- jj get the benefit of the sale jj of the best pat- now offer the very nel. This mate-!; prices, which are from one- j! terns and colors best of the new rial is full one ! fourth to one-third less. !!&.-.. 7c a?cstock 7c 12c hr ,hef L" the j! j! wenty-fourth Street win- . 1 tL INSURANCE AGENTS ARE ORGANIZING ASSOCIATION The fire lntiuran.'f ants ot the city, numbering some 80 odd. are meeUng this afternoon at the office of B H. Ckddard for the purpose ol organising a Local AgentP association of fire Underwriters The purpose of the organization Is not stated but Is supposed to aim ai a better understanding between all Insurance men of tho city, board and non-board members Notice of the meeting was given oil last Saturday when tho promoters of the association called up by telephono all the agents in th city, Inviting them to be present. Paenger Agent W. D. McLeish. txaTelmg passenger aent of the Le high Valtey road, la in Ogden today on afllclal baslnosa. His hcadquAT--tr 1 In DenYr. . WALL STREET New York, Sept 15 The scarcity ol stocks In the closing days bf last week, which forced the bears to re treat, was no longer the governing feature of the market when this week's trading began. Liberal sup plies from ail sources effectually checked efforts to put prices higher The recent raise apparently read Justed an ovorsold condlUon and the market was not in a condiUon to as similate the heavy offerings on profit-taking sales. Some minor a hare a gave an exhibition of strength but the market generally was undor pres sure. Lack of confirmation of the rumors put out to explain the advance In Union Pacific. Reading and Canadian Pacific made buyers cautions, and the fact that large speculative interests were supplying stocks gave sufficient inducement to the bears to begin selling Coppor 6hars rallied briskly on the announcement that the price of the metal had boon marked up to 17 cents by one large selling agency Bullish operations In Heading and ('an were resumed with some success toward midday, exorcising a strength ening Influence ail around. Bonds were irregular. The rise In stocks last weak in duced traders to take profits at the opening today and large blocks of the favorite shareB were marketed. s The tendency was downwards, al- Jj, though further advances in a num ber of cases gave the list an lrregu I !ar appearance Reading advanced a . point following its rise on the Lon don market. Canadian Pacific de clined two points and Union Pacific a point on hoavy realising. Virginia Carolina Chemical lost a point. A wave of selling orders struck the market after tho rally had been car- I t rled to a point where the list was ruling at or above Saturday's close On the rise Reading eclipsed its early high figure, touching 168 Tobacco was also buoyant. American Jumping five points The reaction forced down Union Pacific a point and Chesapeake & Ohio also became weak. Otherwise the pressure le" l sened after prices sold off half a point or bo. V Close The market closed weak. Bears were active in the iate deal ings and succeeded in uncovering some weakly margined long account. Lowest prices were made for most of the representative stocks, with particular heaviness in steel and Un- j ion Pacific. Reading went back be- , low Saturday's close and Can reacted two points whon the genera! pressure became too severe. Presently we shall hare a brief In terim between the triad -to-change-seats drownings and the thoognt-ths-lct dxownraa