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New Suits, the last echo from the other Side.
New Coats in the latest Fabrics.
New Gowns in Crepes, and Charmeuse.
New Waists in shadow Lace Crepe, and Crepe Voiles.
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ertnine before the day on rhlch ihe
adverdaemest is to appear In order to
Visiting Her Parents Dr and Mrs
Moses Nlelaon are Tlsltlng with Con
gressman Johnson In Washington and
expect to return to Utah soon. Mrs.
Nlelson Is the daughter of Mr. and
Old papers for sale at the Standanl
Office, fc5e per hundred
Women of Woodcraft, No. 581 will
give a dance at Woodmen hall, Wed
nesday evening, October 29th. Tick
ets 50c; extra lady, 2&c.
In Washington Joseph Howell, son
of Congressman Howell, la expected
to arrive In Washington some time
t hie week, to join his wife and little
A GOOD canvasser can find employ
ment at the Standard Office.
Ogden Girls In Washington Mls6es
Ruth and Edna Wattis of Ogden,
daughters of W H Wattis of the Utah
Construction company, arrived In
Washington and have entered at the
Mt. Vernon Seminary, one of the most
exclusive finishing schools of Wash
Mormon and all other church pubil
,'2:iuns at Bramwell's.
Utah Man's Success '"The Red Ca
nary", a charming musical comedy,
is being played this week at the Co
lumbla theatre, Washington. D C The
composer nf the music Is Harold Ur
lob of Salt Lake Do-vid Reese, the
well known Utah tenor, slDgs the lead
ing tenor role The usually cold and
i itical Washington audience became
very enthusiastic on the opening night
and the press notices claim It Is thy
beat since the Merry Widow Sena
tors Smoot and Sutherland and fam
llies Congressman Johnson and othev
Utah people were the guests of Mr
Cal) 421 for the news, editorial anu
society department of the Standard.
Quorum of Seventy There will be
no meeting of the 16Mb quorum o?
Seventy tomorrow morning on account
of quarterly conference.
First-Class Auto Service Call up
Elite Cafe, Phone 72.
Cars to Canyon Beginning at 1
o'clock tomorrow morning, cars will
be operated to the Hermitage every
hour until 7 p. m. The last car, howev
er, will leave the Hermitage at 7:30
A GOOD canvasser can find employ
ment at the Standard Office
Not Guilty Last, evening the jury
in the case of Ogden City against Dora
Davie rendered a verdict of not guit
ty. The defendant was found guilty
in the city court of alleged illegal
liquor selling and was fined $100. The
case In the district court was heard
on an appeal from the- lower court.
Bramwell carries everything In
Books, Stationery and Office Supplies.
A GOOD canvasser can find employ
ment at the Standard Office
O. W. Tripp, the Photographer In
your town. 320 2Eth St.
Divorce Judge J. A. Howell has Is
sued a decree of divorce to the plain
tiff in the case of Frank G. Wlese
agalnet Letltia Wlese.
B ft G Is the name of the hest
Butter on earth,
In Fourth Ward A musical pro
gram will be given before the parents
class of the Fourth ward Sunday mor
ning, at 10: JO o'clock. ThoBe taking
LAST TIME TONIGHT
"Dear Old Girl"
! A drama of heart Interest that will
bring tear to the eye of the most
hardened human- A drama of ap
peal that will cany and hold the
"A Wijful CqIW. W.y"
I Ef Uoo'i Irish drama of excellence,
-onlght and tomorrow night.
Vitagrapkra two-part production.
This notable drama has an inez
! pltCftbl. something about It which
holds the interest of the spectator
from beginning to and. With a strong
moral. Tonight and tomorrow night.
Coating tomorrow night at
the Globe, Mary Pickford, in
the "Bishop's Carriage.
Price the tame Adults 10c
I Children Sc.
1 FOR SAliT
9 ANttt 1000 Ift. torsion pads. Good
m MMf, lc pound. Any
1 oaotN aiNTlNO CO.
I ISM Punt Ave. Phone 3i5
j part are the Randall sl6ters. M Or
eon Griffin, Mr. Charles H. Peart, Mr
Edward Saunders and Miss Margaret
Ppart All parents are invited.
Editor on a Vlelt-A W. J Gibbs.
; editor of the Pacific Coast Gazette
I the official publication of the hotel
keepers and restaurateurs of the P.i
I rifle coast, was In Ogden yesterday
t He was a visitor at several manufac
turing establishments and was taken
for a ride up Ogden canyon.
Ten Days' Piano 8ale Our price
arc below others and our values
above. Howell-Weston MubIc Co.,
Seventh Ward Bazaar At the
Seventh ward amusement hall on
Twelfth street. October 22, 23 and
24 will be given a bazaar to raise
funds for the ward meeting bouse.
The bazaar will opn each day at 11
o'clock and refreshments will be
served during the entire three days
There vvlll be on sale all kinds of
quilts, blanket, clothing of all des
criptions, meats and groceries and
fancy work for Christmas presents
Entertainment will be furnished each
Volley Ball In the game of volley
ball between the Central and South
Junior high school students the Cen
tral school team was victorious by
.i score of 24 to 28.
Escape From School At about 4
o'ciock this morning Arthur McGil
Us and Louis Rensberg made their
escape from the State Industrial
school through an open transom in
the kitchen door and they have not
beeu seen since The boys are IS
At the Dee .Tames Holmes of Co
rlnne, Mrs H. E. Busetta of Ogden,
E F Mears of Independence, Kan
sas, Irma Behrest, Devil's Slide, Wil
bur Lee Tacoma, Nevada, Edward
McFarland, Ogden and J. Y. Barlow
of Park Valley have been admitted
to the Dee hospital and Walter Reed
of Ogden has been released.
Transfers Franklin E. Stephens
and wife have transferred to Thomas
Maltman a part of lot 3, block 10,
South Ogden survey. Consideration
Default In tihe case of Isabella
Berrell Simpson against Christina
Romrell et al. the default of the de
fendant has been entered.
Refugee From Mexico W. L Mul
len, an engineer refugee from Mex
ico who arrived in Ogden today, de
clare that the dispatches from Mex
ico do not nearly describe the terri
ble situation In the revolutionary
districts. He says that It baa been
the custom of Zapata to take no
prisoners or care for the wounded.
Mullen with 67 others walked 660
miles to the west coasl and embarked
on a United States gunboat that
landed them in Portland five days
Gone to New York W E Moore
left Ogden yesterday for New York
over the Denver & Rio Grande.
John Bell left yesterday over the
Rio Grande for Buffalo
Judge Lovett Unofficial informa
tion received In Ogden today wes to
the effect that Judge R. S. Lovett,
chairman of the Union Paclfio com
pany and his party are iu Denver. It
Ie expected that the officials will
arrive In Ogden next week and con
tinue to Salt Lake where the com
mittees of the Websr and Salt Lake
Commercial clubs will urge the com
pletion of the Burley-Sallne cutoff.
BoBton, Oct. 18 FroBt has damaged
Massachusetts crops SO per cent, the
state board of agriculture announced
today. There is only a little over
half a crop of fall apples
Iast evening a number of the
frlendb of Carl Froerer gathered at
the Froerer home on Monroe avenuu
and delightfully surprised him Fol
lowing a pleasant evening spent al
different games a dainty cap lunch
eon was served.
The following young guests wers
present Bessie Denkcrs. Flovd Rex,
Vienus Williams. Charles Knauss, Ola
dys FouUs, Viqcent Conroy, Helej
Shupe. Paul Wattis. VUate Jacobs,
George Faulkner, Hazel Jones, Raj
Wheelwright. Esther Plngree, Willi
am Stears, Dorothy Holther. William
ickers and Carl Froerer.
Mrs. Leah Seager Cunningham was
given s hsppy surprise at her home.
2044 Madison avenue, on Wednesday
last, when the ladies of the Home
Industry club arrived at her home
to celebrate happily in honor of her
rwceni marriage to Mr P. Cunning
ham. A delightful afternoon was spent
in a social way. n happy feature be
ing the presentation of a handsome
culglass berry dish with the compli
ments and best wishes of the Home
Industry club, Mrs. J S. Daniels,
making ihe presentation speech to
wh'ch Mrs. Cunningham feelingly re
sponded. A delicious lun:heon was
Those present wore MesrlaniP
Ed. Willlam3, J. S Carer, P Cun
ningham, A Coop. McCammat, Child,
Bishop, Roll. Snodaker, Freelander.
Roy Spagr. Fred Seager, Wfllcox,
Evens. West Daniels, Gomes Nicholas.
The Caledonian society held Its reg
ular meeting last evening After sev
eral new members were duly inltla
ted a committee was appointed to
complete arrangements for a gran. I
Halloween party to be held on Friday
evening October 30, In the Eagles'
hall Many feature games will be
enjoyed and dancing will he Indulged
Following are the members of ihp
committee appointed last evening:
Mepsrs Peior Cunningham. Alex Lid
dell, John Wilson. G. W Bain. W. N.
Purdle, Robert Moyes, David Sned
don, Frank Cleave and L, E Sum
mervllle. A most enjoyable time is
looked forward to by the society mem
bers and their friends
DANCING . PARTY
Wednesday, October 29. No. 581, of
Vvomen of Woodcraft will entertain
at a dancing party to be given in the
new Woodmen hall In the Fraternity
building. The affair promise? to be a
most successful one
HOME CULTURE CLUB
On Thursdav afternoon the Home
Culture club met with Mrs. Oo
Maule at the Reed hotel There was
a large attendance and Mr6. Meserve
Mrs J. H Epperson, Mrs T F Row
lands. Mrs. Hawkes and Miss Morri
son were guests of the afternoon
Mrs J E. Beeeon led the lesson
Mrs. T. W. Horn and Mrs. T J. Fitz
gerald read articles from the Bay
View magazine. Brief papers were
glen by Mrs C. Coolldge on Achar
the Great, and Mrs. F C. Hawkes on
Ixrd cijve and Warren Hastings
Mrs T W Johnson read a paper
written several years ago by Mrs H.
C Emerson about Pundita Ramabal
of India The club adjourned to meet
with Mrs. T. J. Spencer, October 30
WILL MEET WITH PRESIDENT.
Monday at 2 o'clock Mrs. E. M
Conroy will be hostess to the ladles
of the Martha society at her home.
574 Twenty-fourth 6treet.
LINGER LONGER CLUB.
Mr. and Mrs, J R Hinohcliff were
host and hostess to the Llnner Longer
club members yesterday evening at
their home on Rose Court
Five hundred wsb the diversion,
prlzeB being won by Mrs R. R Hin
ley, L L Mortensen. Mrs Paul M
Lee and R. R Hinley Mrs. Rocke
feller received the guest prize.
A temptingly prepared luncheon
was served at a late hour, covers be
lng laid for the following guests:
MeBBrs and Mesdames R R Hin
ley, L L. Mortensen. C L' Armstrong
P Brown, Charles Carlson. Paul M
Lee. H Rockefeller and J. R Hinch
cliffe, and William Nankers
The affair wa6 one of the most de
lightful of the week's entertainments
and Mr and Mrs. Hincheliffe were
voted a charming host and hostess
PAST NOBLE GRANDS
On Thursday afternoon, Mrs. P. A
Beck acted as hostess to the Past
Noble Grands club After the usual
business meeting card games were
indulged In. prizes being awarded to
Mrs Etfle Myers and Mrs. A. E.
Promptly at 6 o'clock a four course
dinner, elegantly prepared was serv
ed, covers being laid for the follow
ing guests. Mesdames E 0, Ward
luiph, Emma Meld, Ssrali Turner,
Nella Tyree, Esther Randall. Inga
Sawyers, Ida Baker. Addie Baker, Et
tie Myers, Elizabeth Monoban. Ma
ble Moon. Mrs. Banvllle. Addie Mc
Cliesney, Virginia Matthews, Nona
Hunington, Gertrude Koons aud
Thursday, November 20, Mrs. Ma
ble Moon will be hostess to the club
at her home, 2209 Washington.
Mrs. Beck was assisted in enter
taining by her daughters, Miss Lil
lian Beck and Mrs A Carlson.
Friday. October W; at Salt Lake
Utah. Miss Mary Aurora Johnson and
DouglaB Vern Watson of Ogden weri
united In the holy bonds of matrimo
ny Following the ceremony an elabor
ate reception was tendered them a
the Maxim Cafe.
The bride, the daughter of Mr and
Mrs. E. D Johnson of Moore, Idaho,
has numerous friends throughout the
city who tender their most hearty i on
gratnlatlons. For a number of years
she has been employed aB head clerK
In the drug sundry department of W
H Wright and Sons company.
Mr. Morton Is the son of John I).
Watson, 3156 Washington avenue. it
employed by the Berraft Auto com ,
pany an foreman of the garage, and
has a host of friends both In the
business and social world, who wish
Mr and Mrs Watson will be t
home to their friends in this city af.
ter October 20
One of the most delightful affaire
of the season will be given next
i Thursday. October 23 when the Ninth
ward second and third year Sunday
school classes will entertain at a Hai
lowwn party in the amusement hall
of the ward Following a prearran&
ed program consisting of Halloween
recitations, a Halloween faro? and
musical selections to be carried out
from 8 p, m until 9 dancing will be
Indulged In Dainty refrenhmorts will
The Children's PestlTSl held by Og
den Homestead No 1505 Brotherhood
of American Yeomen, laBt Thursday
evening, was a most pleasant and In
lerestlng affair There were 20 chil
dren who took part and all proved
themselves excellent entertainers
The following program arranged by
the committee In charge was carried
out and prizes for being the beat en
tertainers were won by Ruth Birnes
Ethel Alway and Sam J. Junk.
Margaret Bell Recitation
Hester Barnes Recitation
Ruth and Rhoda Junk.. Vocal Duet
Ethel Alway Instrumental Soio
Lena McMullen Recitation
Sam .1 Junk . . . Recitation
Ethel and Helen Alway Vocal Duet
Bernetta Bell Whistling Solo
Hugh McMullen Recitation
Ethel Alway . . instrumental Solo
Ruth Barnes Recitation
Helen Alway Recitation
Ruth and Rhoda Junk Vocal Duet
Ethel Alway Instrumental Solo
Sam J Junk Recitation
Ruth Barnes Recitation
The committee presented all of the
children with tickets to the picture
show for their splendid way in which
they entertained the large crowd present
Creed of the
I believe that Utah people should
wear Utah clothes, eat Utah
foods and use Utah manufactur
I believe In making my money help
my neighbor a well as myself.
I believe there's very little that I
need to eat, drink or wear that I
isn't made In Utah
I believe that after I've found that
the article I want Isn't made In
Utah It's time to begin looking
elsewhere not before.
I believe that If the article I want
isn't produced in Utah I should
at least try to buy it from a
I believe that Utah grains, Utah
fruits and Utah vegetables have
produced the energy that has al
ways been characteristic of
Utah's sons and daughters.
I belief that the united co-operation
of Utah's citizens will insure
I will never forget that when 1 buy
anything that Isn't produced in
Utah I make Utah poorer.
I will let no outside flattery distract
me from these precepts but re
main firmly convinced, whatever
others may say, that Utah pro
duets are the only ones worthy
of Utah citizens.
ation of Utah
"The Payroll Builders"
t I J&mi TsWSs Orpheum tomorrow
wr 4s nTi 1 l sL e SutBht
1 rr' ; Lj N,ew Songs, New Jokes.
' -J New Costumes,
THE MERRY MINSTREL MAIDS New Dancing,
I ORPHEUM, TOMORROW n7gAt.' 10-2Q-3Q Cent.
FOR CITY AUDITOR
W. D VAN DYKE, JR.
W. D. Van Dyke, Jr.. the i
present city auditor, goes be
fore the voters of Ogden for i
re-election to that office on the j
basis of his service to the city !
during the present adminis-,
tration and valuable experi
ence he has gained thereby.
Mr. Van Dyke started His i
career as a telegraph operator
at the age of I 7 years and had
10 years' experience in the
claims and auditing depart
ment of the railroad. This is
one measure of his success in
keeping the city's reports in
such excellent shape.
Under the commission form
of government the office of
auditor is of equal importance
with that of mayor and com
missioner. In fact in some re
spects the responsibility is
even greater, for the auditor
is held responsible for all ex
penditures made by the city.
The friends of Mr. Van
Dyke feel that his record dur
ing the past two years is suf
ficient evidence of his ability
and that it is due to him to
continue his services for an
Mr. Van Dyke has given his
time unsparingly to the duties
of his office, and, if re-elected,
will continue the methods
which have won him commen
dation for efficiency.
Chicago. Oct 18. After a long con
tinued decline, which has amounted
to eleven cents a bushels, wheat to
day turned strong, with shorts cov
ering freely Firmer cables created
i better Investment demand, that was
increased as a result of Wall street
aovice6 favorable to the bull side
There were glgru ilso that millers
were beginning to take wheat on a
Ir.rger scale The market opened 1-4
to l-2'55-8c higher and later made
some additional gain
A rapid descent in coin took place
because of clnckenlng of demand.
The close was weak at 1-8 to l-i'fj
3 -8c net decline
I Wheat No. 2 red, 910.'; No 3
I red. 9091 1-L'. No. 2 hard. 83 1-4
iS4 1-4. No 3 hard. 83384, No 2
noithern, 84 85, No 1 northern, 82
'u&4; No. 2 spring, S4riSo, No 3
spring, 81-83, durum, 78283 1-2.
Corn No 2. fi&ftte; No. 2 white,
68 1-4-5 69 No 2 vellow. 68 1-2
Si 1-4 No 3, 67 3-4tf;68, No. 3 white
6S03-4, No 3 yellow, 68 1-4269.
Oats No 2. white, 40 1-2. No. 3
v.htte 37 1-2238 1-4; standard. 38 I
Rye No 2. 64 1-22 65 1-2 Bar
le 622 83. Timothy $3 7i g r, 25
("lover $9,002 12 50. Pork $21 00
Lard $10 3d Ribs 110.12 1-2
New York Oct 18 Raw sugar,
strad mucovado. $2 98, centrlfu
gul. $3 48; molasses $2 73 Kfined
All poll tax for 1913 should be paid
at once as I am preparing to sue de
linrjuents Pay at treasurers office.
City Hall, or at the residence of A.
! G. Harris. Poll Tax Collector, 2342
V.lams. Piioiih 235 V
Closes TONIGHT I
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The belated shipment of Omo goods has
arrived. Today is M.iss Wylie's last day. i
Come in and let her show you these Omo I
goods whether you wish to buy or not. Bras- I
siers with removable shields all kinds and I
shapes of Omo shields colors to match coat
linings Omo sanitary aprons, belts, and
Omo infants' pants, moist tat -r"Li
proof. All guaranteed. W FlgHtS
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Copy of Names of Candidates for Nomination for 11
Mayor, for Commissioner for Four Year Term, II
for Auditor and for Municipal Judge of Ogden II
City at the Primary Election to be held October w
October 21st, 1913. I
(Place a crou in the square preceding the names of the per-
sons you favor as candidates for the respective positions) 0
OFFICIAL PRIMARY TALLOP :
Candidates for Nomination for the offices of Mayor, Com- "
missioner for the Four Year Term. Auditor, and Municipal I
A. G. FELL ri
" H. M. ROWE
J. M. WAGNER
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(Vote for One) 111
For Commissioner for the Four Year Term .
I T. H. CARR
n CHRIS FLYGARE
Q EDMUND T. HULANISKI
n OSCAR B. MADSON f
j A. H. MARTIN
j A. E. WEATHERBY
f JOSEPH J. HILL
H ARTHUR F. LARSON
j WM. D. VAN DYKE. JR.
(Vote for One)
For Municipal Judge
f GUSTAV HOLMGREN
1 WM. H. REEDER, JR.
(Vote for One)
Official Ballot Attest:
(SEAL) City Recorder.
10 DAYS -OPENING SALE-10 DAYS
Of Well Known Pianos.
In prices we go other Piano houses one better To be convinced pay
us a visit at our store.
Also other well known brands.
STO WELL - WESTON MUSIC CO.
211 WASH. AVE. ORPHEUM 8LPO-