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6 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I 1913.
j C A La Spirite ;l jB Corsets C. B. A La Spirite corsets are expertly made, have no rival in symmetry, and comfort, follow the prevail ing fashion in dress; give correct carriage and graceful poise. See the new Boneless Model. they are meetng with great favor. .. . . r- . , For the large figure the model with the elastic gore. I THE EM. WYKES CO. 2335 Washington Ave. I STANDARD TELEPHONES I For Editorial, New and Society I Department, Call Only Phone No. I 421. I For Subscription and Advertising I Department, Call Phone No. 66. I RANDOM REFERENCES Old papers for sale at the Standanl Office, 26c per hundred. - Band Concert The Industrial school band under the direction of E. W. Nichols left this morning for Salt Lake to participate In the band con teat that Is to be a feature of the closing day of the fair. Butterlck Patterns now on sale at Spargo's. HOME-made grape Juice for sale. Phone 1134-J School Overcrowded Supt W. N Petterson of the county schools Is making arrangements to accommo date a dens of pupils In the basement of the Farr West meeting house as the school In Farr West la overcrowd- One Ogden Standard Receipt book, No 1U-4; all receipts in this book are void Finder please return same to Standard office, 360 24th street--Had to Shut Down The Salt Lake Valley Canning company resumed op erations this morning after a shut down since Saturdaj afternoon. Tho shut-down waa caused by the finding that one of the big boilers needed rc pairs and that it would be dangerous to continue operating During the hut-down, 200 men. women and ctTiV dren were out of work and the fat tory became much behind In the handling of the peaches and tomatoes Call 421 for the newt, editorial an society departments of the Standard Poultry Association Wilford W, Bramwell and Postmaster YV W, Browning will deliver addressee at the eeml-annual meeting of the State Poultry association In Salt Lake tomorrow. ricit-uiass auto bervlce QUI up Elite Cafe. Phone 72. Child Culture Club The Child Cul ture club met at the High school yes terday afternoon, the members being the guests of Mrs. J. M, Mills. Pa pers were given by Mrs. Barrows anJ k I Mrs. Farnsworth Arrangements are being perfected whereby the entire membership will be present at the opening of the convention of Worn en's clubs in Brlgham City, October Bramwell carries everything In Books. Stationery' and Office Supplies. In Private Car General Superln tendent Peck of (he Baltimore & Otfio railroad passed through Ogden today in his private car. He is en route I to San Francisco from Chicago and made but a brief stop. O. W. Tripp, the Photographer la your town. 320. 26th St. Converts A special car containing a party of Mormon converts passed through Ogden this morning on tho way to Salt Lake. The party arrived from Liverpool and traveled under the direction of Elder P. A Budge Mormon and all other church publi cation, at Bramwell'.. U.' P, Official Secretary A. Mliler of the Union Pacific system and par ty from New York will arrive In Og den, September 6t en route to Salt Lake. The Children's Aid Society Will aoon hold their annua) rummage sale. If thoee desiring to help the needy children by donating rummage will please phone 171S, It will be gladly called for. Travel of Colonists Light Colonist travel Is light thus far this season, according to railroad officials, but Is expected to increase now for the rea son that the rate continue in effect but a short time longer and the pas senger agent have learned that many In the east are contemplating moving west. The regular passenger busl neas continues heavy on all roads. Loat Hit Gun Chauffeur L, J. Haight of the police forco is mlnu6 a'8 revolver After coming off shift last night, he took a spin toward the sugar factory on his motor and the Jolting of the machine caused the loss of the gnn from his pocket. The re volver Is a Smith and Wesson :S I callbrbe and the officer would be pleased to have the finder return it SHEEP GOING EAST BY HIDIIEDS OF CURS Shipments of sheep over the Union Pacific have been extremely heavy. During the last two days 100 cars from polnta in Nevada were sent east and 100 cars have been loaded at WaBatch. Utah, for shipment since Monday. It is believed that the high cost of beef has caused a heavier demand for mutton, which, as yet, haa not reached the price asked for beef LARGE PHOTOGRAPHS OE OGDEN ARE IN DEMAND T. C. Peck, general passenger agent of the San Pedro, has written the Weber club for some large photograph of Interesting Ogden scenes to be dis played in the city ticket office in Los Angeles The agent writes that he had read in the "Tattler" of the large photo graphs and believes that all parties will be- benefited if the views are placed on display In his office. The club plans to send some of the large colored views. oo WEBER CLUB CAN BE IN ITS NEW HOME IN NOVEMBER Secretary L L. Reynolds of the We ber club has been assured by the builders that the Klesel building at Twenty-fourth street and Hudson ave nue will be completed November 13. the time called for by the contract This means that the club quarters then will be changed from Grant to the permanent home on the fifth floor of the new building as the members of the club and the directors are ea ger to move to the beautiful and con venient home at the earliest oppor tunity. Already the big gilt sign "Weber Club" has been placed above the win dows on the fifth floor of the build ing and several of the members have taken advantage of the completed stairway to inspect "the new quarters There Is still many fixtures to be sent for. but the articles that are to be of a design, exclusive to the Weber club, have been ordered The other material can be had on short notico All furnishings, however, is to be pur chased through local dealers. An experienced decorator has been en gaged to arrange furniture, draperies and oversee the wall covering. The old club rooms on Grant ave nue will be maintained up to and in eluding the date of removal to the new home ru VICE DEPUTY AT COLON. Washington. Oct. 1. Lindsay J, Jewell of Colon, Panama president of the Central American Construction company, haa been appointed Ameri can vice and deputy consul at Colbn to succeed Robert Wllrox SUGAR FACTORY IS TO OPEN TOMORROW EOR SEASON I . P The whistle of the snear factory im mediately west of the city will be welcomed tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock, at which time the wheels of the sugar factory will begin to re I volve In th" campaign of sugar mak I ing this fall There Is a sufficient quantity of beets ou hand to warrant starting the factory and beet digging Is In force to the extent that more than Fro tons a day are being deliv ! ered This morning there were about 1600 tons of beets In the bins at the fac i tory and by tomorrow morning there will be more than 2000. Digging is now going on at Warren, Plain City, Farr West, West Weber. Riverdalo and Hooper, from which places the beets are transported to the factory by rail, and at Wilson, Kaneavllle, Marriott and Slatervllle the beeta from those towns being taken to tho factory in wagons Field Manager Job Plngree states that digging is progressing nicely and i hat the ground Is In fairly good con dition for plowing He anticipates that more than enough beets will bo dug daily to keep the factory going at full capacity. The output of the factory Is figured to be an average of about 1000 bags of sugar a day and about 600 tons of beets are consnmod, the company emplolng from 130 to 140 men in the factory The plant will open in the morning at practically full capacity and fully 130 men will be put at work The payroll s of considerable Importance to the commercial interests of Ogden and vicinity during the campaign, which continues until the early part of next year. The money received for the beet crop will add to the sup p'fc of money that is circulated in this section Beet digging for the Ogden factory at present Is confined to Weber coun ty, but later on a good supply will bo received from Davis county. The excess supply in this vicinity Is ship ped to the Lewlston and Logan fac ;orie6, quite a large tonnage being shipped there each year. oo ONLY A RUMOR AS TO THE SAN PEDRO With the visit from Salt Lake of passenger agents esterday came the revival of the year old rumor that the Ix8 Angele6 Salt Lake & San Pedro railroad terminuB will be removed from Salt Lake to Ogden within t few months and that the general offi ces of the Oregon Short Line w ill be taken from Salt Lake 10 Omaha There Is no official foundation for the rumor Many of the local rail road officials had not even heard of such a rumor until this morning Many railroad men believe that Og den would make an excellent terml nus for the San Pec?ro for the reason that direct connections could be made with the Union Pacific without run ning trains over tho Short Lino. Since August, when the lease on the San Pedro Is said to have expired, the rumor that the Union Pacific, which already owns 51 per cent of the stock, will take over the road, has been spreading and growing stronger. CAPT. RODGERS TO COMMAND. Washington, Oct. 1 The biq dreadnought New York, now nearin completion at he Brooklyn navy yard, Is to be commanded by Capt Thomas S Rodgers, at present direct or of naval intelligence and also a member of the general board of the navy. Secretary Daniels today es ignated Captain Rodgers to thi ew duty. oo Choice of Eleven Trains to Salt Lake City CONFERENCE STATE FAIR OREGON SHORT LINE $1.10 Round Trip On sale dally up t0 Oct 6th, Indus jve. Return limit Oct 12th. City Ticket Office, 2514 Washington Ave. I j GOING TO THE I Five Points Dance Tonight? I Better Come I I ood MusIc Good Floor II Cars After Dance Ladies Free 1 II THE IlfDYpENDEln wTy" n W !! Ae nwer to the 1 HIGH COST OF LIVING" We SeU For Ch-Free Delivery-Phone 23. L Bpr . WRIGHTS' WRiGHTS' j WMCHTS' WRICMS' H. jr-a I Conference Week " Demonstrating again the fact that Wrights' 1 1 1 ore 's e most econom'ca' topping place Late Music 10c I m e State of Utah, the store offers this week t e, new systim of lKlflry stock keeping in this mu- f (wlHc a splendid array of timely offerings. Con- rXs r A ference visitors from out of town and our own y,ou fof a11 of theQ lat; butiii4 sheet music. Several IPMi customers will find profitable shopping here h"nd;ed of thc nne I i selections are selling at gl thlsweek. J 10c Jljk A Charming Suit at $25.00 SMiMii Ct US sncrw 'ou tms week the charming suits which are offered at $25. Every iii8f l customer who has been here this season after visiting other ready-to-wear depart- rappyfel NJi ments, tell us that our stocks are the most complete and the values better. gs are unusual. Suits at these prices may be had in most all fabrics, and in models which are positively up to the last mom- ent. We are eager to have you sec these values. UNDERWEAR j GET YOUR BLANKETS j COTTONS I 5 We will lay sale blankets away for you if you are j not ready for them today. . A bu8y department r filled with good values. Children's fleeced lined union 'ICrlo A Wool HC3Vy 25c S06" Glnghami, 1 p ult. Made of best combed Blankets T Blankets P1UU hams, yard i cotton. Open or closed crotch White Crib blankets, with fancy Large, heavy wool blankets; soft' It Is the splendid Mun- A ' SmrST1 '" 'T J"'' u hJn?0f""" brJ? Good Dress Gingham,, 7 sing Suit. Ages 12 to Mir plaids; our best $6 value at $4.81 S yard a 7 Bankets J VSU pron fip Ages two to -v i Handsome little crib blankets of Some of thc handsomest blanket S j ten years " I' Plnk and blue. with figures of anl- I" our stock are In this lot. Heavy , Good Apron Ginghams, - 7 3 I mals and flowers 39c wogI ln new ad attractive pat-(, yard $250 terns 7.4o y Children's vests and pants !Cotton 1 Qfi ; $1.00 A mr ! soft fleece lining; any color, SBIankets pi.0 Cotton XS Calico, per J full sizes. Made of best Or A large cotton blanket of heavy lanket Y ! X V combed cotton. Ages JjC weight: large size, 74 by 80 Inch e staPle 5100 cotton blanket fori 10 o 12 ? es; $2.50 value; tan, gray or white wh,ch there '8 such a lar9e d S 10 Outing Flannels 7 Ji for $1.98 mand wl" be sold durin3 the sale i light and dark, yard .. j(J Ages 1 to 8 tF $3.00 mc or" . ' K S Cotton S ! $'5 C AO! Fleec Lln5d Goods, A years N Blankets ffisW Cotton splendid qua ity, yard . . JJ(J Ch ld , C; SOcheV vaYu;5 Z i 3S-,nch White TwiUed 10 wrck83" " .25 1 orrdeepTl'a';!: SSj! Flannel, yard .. k long sleeves. ankle Slf $5 50 Blankets Ainr tuo - length; all sizes. .. YP $ In New A K V CI OC t 12 1'2c Cheviot Shirt- 1A piaids Vm S2KU, y-rd lUc Lries' fleece llnad unAH n Lar9. handsomely finished; hand- Largo cotton' blankets of splendid) fio Rafh mid of " a good SSfcT VL?' P, P'ad8, 8'd durmg th'8 WCight ln whlte' tan or Mat. Air b 'ached COttoX. Hlfl'h V 6 9 SaV'ng f $125 B S: ha,nd'0me colored b-d"- a- W necks, long Eleeves, an- 1C X stitched edges at only $1.21,; kle length 1 S Good Heavy Sheets, rn 72x90 t)0C Ladies' union suits of wool, Toilet Goods Cut Prices Good Heavy Sheets, (Q I I erory' 'ffl'fl 7 FC 12C! 19c, Vasc lne and Cam- 81x90 "' DOC ng y a tpi.ltl 25c Tooth Brusn 19c Corylopsis face pow- phor Ice 8c 25c Graves' Tooth der 22c 25c Mentholatum 19c 50c Turkish Toweling. r owder , 17c Almond Cocoa Oil Sanltol Face cream 22c 36 in., yard ) L. D. S. Garments m alimo AA pound can pure tal- Soap gc j Sanitary wash rags, UMSt aWraiii Alm'"d 19c;aoX. 6ru.h,th 26C H.N B.d SPr..d.. AO lotion 19c 190 real hriatl. eacn Hrtf 50c Oerma Viva ,iqu:d 76c V.olot Toilet RSL'gSS. Soap, Pder 39c Water .....58cper bar P' gc Silks, Dress Goods and Cloakings j I i entiref WCek'S SeIHng " dePartmcnt of good., cloakings. You read this ;! !WXUS Wcr" Mcsr" 7cj w.de; now, yard up to 75c: 36 inch wide; now 50c vaiues up to $L25 a ya"d Qflr 7ard W ' Yl , yard' VeKct for dresses, full 28 in wide; now yard JW (Cloakings, value, up tofl (A range of colors; values up ja woe, now, yard . ; $250; 54 inches Wide; I M to 60c; 22 inches wide; 44f c Serge, values up to 60c; iO j ) now, yard now yard Serges, values up to $1.25 An inches wide; now, 40L limirmriWa J 50 inche w.de; now, UXP yard CI Silks, In brocaded designs, n yafd , , t . ... For the Man ' 8c - r r UP , Pictorial Patterns J ) Corduroy, the season's most popu- $1'25' 5 lnche5 wide, MXP m mj ' T, , A U e -1 fzr fabr,C8 for d"csses; values up now- vard ij ISC I he Clothcratt Special to $1.00 a yard; 28 inches 7C i D f suit at $18.50 is on sale in ?,de: now- J)C S0"1 CrePes- valu to AO '! , Bcorc the fall dress is the new clothing store. VOC Panned you should see This is the greatest value to,!Ir4?,,23l!!S..V',UVAup B f handsome Pictorial t in a blue seVge suit that " Sk Kl 'S J- Q8a R-iew Patterns. They will be offered this sea- y wlde; now. yd..', '. wt ji are easier to use are of son. All of the men's . . -u ,..,.. m ,n ., , . . b andsomeer designs and wearables are now ready aHas aPH ' ggggggggJ have a way of fitting in this new department. eeBBkaai which other patterns do not show. Shoe Offerings from New Shoe Store I i We want you to come here for your .hoc The depa rtment is a model of food . . I value, are gaining new cu.tomer. every day. g tock rrnenient and the ho Jj SHOES " " BASEMENT $14g I lace and button pl1V fl owing number is mO Qr 20 per cent off on all ladies" Infants' .hoe., QQn iST..." PUmP' a"d 4 8 ; W Youth. 13 1-2 to 2. tlfiX n Child.' .hoe . CI 90 '-ce and button k 46 pair, all velvet button. Our complete line of fall shoe, g fJ to 11 $L.LO A Art IlPi ...,.. tiM'wx-r- . $1 torn., button. Women'., children', and infant.'. 11 1-2 to 2 P1.40 i MenX boy.' and ,ni nnt. aii Men. and boy.' heavy .hoe. at l I 60 pair, gun metal button. .tyle., J leather., al p?".. Growing gin.' lQfi fr'" high f pnc.a 2- w P1. Jt5 'ow ,; ladlW. ml....' and end- i ' dren'. .hoe.