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The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1913-1920, December 04, 1913, 4 o'clock p.m. City Edition, Image 7

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? Looking For Comfort These Cold Days?
) We can help you.
j Outing Flannel Gowns, warm and comfortable, ladles'
J slr.es 60c to 31.75
j Children's sizes 50c an 75o
k Knit Petticoats, Just -what you want for the present stle
I skirt -. 60c and $1.25
' Tights, In silk and wool, wool, and cotton, comes In white
I and black 60c to $1.75
s Don't fall to see the large line of Faucv Aprons, from 75c up.
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. For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phone No
I i 421.
For Subscription and Advertising
' I Department, Call Phone No. 66,
t : I I
)r I "
Advertisers must have their copy
I ready for the Evening Standard the
evening before the day on which the
$ aavertlsomcnt is to appear lu order to
Insure publication.
Ort a Mission Clarence E. Bram
; well, recently employed by Cardon
L Bros grocery company at Five Points,
; left yesterday for New York, from
. nhicb port he will sail for England.
' Mr. Bramwell goes abroad to serve
s j . is a missionary for the Moruopn
i cburcli In the British Isles and will
' be gone about two years
Old Mats for snip, at standard office,
li 25 cents per hundred
Skating Rink The city board of
park commissioners have arranged
j for a larce skating rink for the young
f people of the city which will soon be
" rtady for i)..' The rink Is situated
on the corner of Twenty-ninth street
and Monroe avenue and will bo op
' encd lo the people free of charge
Benefit Ball Third ward Craw
ford's Orchestra
Dr. R A McCune has moved bis
1 Offices to the Howell Building
To Patrons and Prospect ve Sub-1
icribers of The Mountain States Tele 1
bone and Tele,rraph company: The I
Jinuary issue of the Ogden telephone
directory will go to press December 8. !
Xew listings and requests for chan
Ses in the present dirertorv must be 1
In our office on or before the above!
j date (-)
i'jL Cheyenne Visltor--J Ottman. ur
slstant superintendent of the Union
Pacific at Cheyenne, was in Osdon to
day The manufacturers of B & G But
J ter are satisfied with their success.
Their Butter has no equal In the
U. P. Representative- -G f Malt
Ilind assis'ani superintendent of tbe
Union Pacific, arrived in the city this
l nomine
Meat Market for Sale Meat Market
fully equipped In good residence dis
trict Reasonable terms to right party
For particulars apply to the Ogden
Picking and Provision Co.
From Brigham City Miss Connie
Madson, a popular young lady of Brig
Id ham City, Is visiting With her brother
fcl and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs. Leo
Madson, at their home on the corner
of Monroe avenue and Twenty-sixth
street Miss Madson has many ac
qualntancee in the city, having been
' I a member of the Ogden Tabernacle
Choir last season
Silver Hive No. 1, 1. O. P M.. will
hold annual election of officers Friday
veDlng, December 6. at S p. ra in
the W. O. W. Hall. A full attendance
5' deBlred.
0p l Dr. V G Frelday has moved hi6
0 office oer Culley's Drug Store
New Homei-M Skeen is building
jfcto two residences on Twenty-second
street between Jefferson and Madison
aagl avenues, that will cost In the neigh
01 borhood of $2"nn each
On a Visit While Supervisor T J. i
Hi 4 l Collins of Tolyabe forest with head-I
poll , quarters at Austin. Nevada, is attend-I
nftf ; ing to detail work at forest headqunr
tf tcrs In Ogden Mrs Collins and her
fii caugbter will visit v 1 1 h Ogden
t ik friends. They will be in the city
m about a week
Robinson Estate The petition of
administratrix for family allow
Ik1 ance in the matter of the estate of
'M -
Brigham M. Robinson deceased, will
be beard December 15 in the district
court as will also the petition for let
ters of administration in the estate
of John Garrlck, deceased.
Guardlamhlp An order has been
given In the district court releasing
tbe guardian in the matter of estate
and guardianship of Louisa Myrtle
Peterson, a minor, It having been
shown that the minor is of ago And
ro longer needs a guardian. The
guardian has made a complete re
port to the acceptance of the court
Layton Farmer B T. Harris, a
prominent farmer of Layton, was an
Ogden visitor yesterday afternoon
Appeal The Oregon Short Line ha?
given notice of appeal In the case ot
Henry McCullough had against th
compaov The appeal bond has beeD
Marriage Licenses Marriage llccn
ses have been Issued to Lawrence J
Halght and Minnie V Venstra oi
Ogden. and to Eric .1 Isaakeon and
Mary Wilson of Ogden. Mr. Halght
and Mls6 Venstra were married by El
der John V Bluth before leaving the
county clerk s office this afternoon.
Miss Adn Howard, who has been
visiting in the. city for some time, left
today for Chicago via the Denver &.
Rio Grande
S P. Owen6, Jr., left this afternoon
over the Denver &. Rio Grande, for
Wilder Tennessee
J L. Yundt, commercial agent of the
Wabash railroad, was an Ogden vis
itor today Mr undt has his head
quarters in Salt Lake.
Taken Back to Hospital Albert L.
Toone. Jr , after being away from
the hospital some time, was returned
to that Institution today for further
treatment Mr Toone has been 111
of tuberculosis of the hip for a num
ber of months.
Back From Zion Detective George
Mardlaw returned this morning from
Salt Lake City.
Grand Lodge Tbe local Elks arc
already taking up the consideration
of attending the annual convention
of the grand 'ndgo, which will be held
in Denver, next July A meeting will
be called In the near future to de
ode on the route
Alfred Best to Sing At the Utah
Night" recital, in the Tabernacle to
morrow night Alfred Brt Utah B
foremost tenor, will sing the follow
ing numbers. 'On With the Mot
ley" from "Pagliacc! Leon Cavallo"
"O, Paradisic" from L Africannc,
Meyerbeer; "Devotion." Richard
Strauss; "Mother O' Mine.' Tours
and Beloved Swan, ' from Lohengrin
Wagner. Mr Best s appearance was
announced by tbe lecture committee
this morning
It Is said by Field Superintendent
Job Pingree of the Amalgamated Su
gar company that all tbe beets for
the Ogden factory' haye been dug and
that all but a few which are at Five
Points have been assembled at the
There is a small supply of beetB
stacked at the Hot Springs, Wlllard I
and Brigham City, the superintend I
ent says, but they will be shipped to I
the Logan factory' Exceptionally j
good success has been attained In
digging beets this year, as a result
of which all the tubers are at the fac
tcrles earlier than usual
According to a petition for divorce
in the district court, Ernest Wheat's
wife, Isabelle Wheat, deserted the I
home when a bride of only two
months The complaint alleges that
the parties were married April 2, I
1912, and that on June 1, of the same
year, Mrs. Wheat left the home and
has since remained away
The plaintiff asks for divorce on
tl.c grounds of the desertion.
On Thursday evening at K. of P
hall at S p m , Hon. John F Harris
of Chicago will give a stercoptlcou
lecture on the Modern Woodmen ol
America's sanatorium at Colorado
Springs, and the treatment and cure
of tuberculosis and other things of in
terest connected with the society. 12c
view 6. Members and friends Invited
Free 2t i
Tue boys at tbe police station
learned why today why Lawrence
Hulght the driver of the gasoline i
"Black Maria, has been wearing lucfa j
a happy smile The reason Is that
"Miss Minnie Venstra" since 2 p. m.
today has been "Mrs. Lawrence
Halght. and now Detectives Burk alio I
Plncock are doing extra serv ice guard I
lng the lattice work car to provcul
Lawrence from using It for his honey I
moon trip.
The young couple were married in
the county court house by Deputy
Clerk John V. Bin f h and are receiv
ing the congratulations of their many
The following real estate transfers
have been placed on record In the
county recorder's office:
James M. Skeen anil wife to John
A Taylor, a part of the southwest
quarter of section 4. township 6 north
range 2, west of the Salt Lake merid
ian Consideration (100
lspbel ( azler to Alexander Cazior.
I a part of the southwest quarter ot
section 33, township 7 north, raiiKr 1,
west. Salt Lake meridian. Consid
eration $1
J. C. Gibson and wife to John A
Taylor, a part of 'he southeast quar
ter of section township 6 north,
range 2 west. Salt Lake meridian
Consideration $300
Emma Jonna Valguardine et al. to
W H Petty lots 42 to 52. Inclusive,
block 1, Thompson and Dieter's sub
division, Ogden survey Consldcra
tlon $10
William C. Jones and wife to
George M James, a part of the south
east quarter of section 30, township
6 north range 1, west. Salt Lake
meridian. Consideration $1.
John S Garrison and wife to
Eugene A. Battell. lots 1 to 15, block
4. Brummltt's addition, Ogden sur-
ey. Consideration $750
Morgan's Particular Fad
Among the many collections of art
objects J. Plerpont Morgan has made
Id this country and in Europo Is one
of exactly 999 miniatures that are In I
hl London hous in Prince's Gat
Tbe little pictures are not hung on
screens In the usual manner, but aro
kept In a cabinet whose trayliko
helves are lined with black velvet,
each mintxture being securely fasten
ed to the bottom of the tray. A New
Yorker going through the Morgan
boue whllo on a recent visit to Lon
don asked the guide who was showing
hlra over the house why Mr Morgan j
didn't buy another miniature and
make tbe collection an evm thousand
"Ob, that Is one of his particular pets,
that odd number,' was the reply
1 A Letter From Santa Claus
T To The Children of Ogden
j The North Pole, Dec. 1, 1913,
To the Children of Ogden.
Care of The Ogden Standard.
My Dear Children:
jwM. Dear mc, but this warm weather is going to be hard on your old
friend this year, but I am surely going to see you all anyway. I have
ffi I decided that although I can not get my faithful Reindeer to pull all the
good things that 1 will have for you on the dry ground, I will be there
just the same and I will have to come on the train.
I will get into Ogden at about half past two, Saturday after
noon, and I want you all to be there to meet me at the Union Depot.
If your papa has an auto, please have him bring you in it, but meet
C I me anyway.
If you can t meet me at the train be sure and see me at Mr.
Wright's store at about 3 o'clock, for I have a lot of Christmas buttons
! for you all.
Now Dear Children I can't write you any more now for I have
iC ! to write lots of letters to the other children all over the world. So good-
bye until Saturday. Yours
)P. S. Be sure to meet me Saturday and get a button and I will
tell you how to get your Christmas money for just a little work and a
i4 lot of fun.
I A Lady's Hat FREE With Every p&, I
Lady's Soli. &iXM I :
Hats which sold from $5.00 to $12.50 arc in the assortment. The suits arc all I v
i new Fall styles and materials. We have too many suits on hand and to those A j H
j ! buyers that have not bought a suit yet, this is your opportunity. For quick selling A( I Vu i f
j Friday and Saturday we have divided them into three lots. U j S
j LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. 2 . LOT NO. 3 I
1 7c c i 75 Suits in the c . . . 1 1 Jl I !
75 Suits in the Id Suits in the fi 1
v Values up to $25.00 Values up to $35.00 Values up to $45.00 , tfN-y 1 j
511.95 $151 $20.95 lt (
And Lady's Hat hree And Lady's Hat Free And Lady's Hat Free
OH (18.00 Ladies' Dresses . $I0.9j $1.7.'. Leather Purses . 08c Kur Set . ... .$4.95 $20.00 Men's Suits . . ..$12.95 I
H $13.0' Ladies' Lres3es 56 95 $3.5' Silk Petticoats ... $1 9b $il'.dh .,. gel $8 95 $-'"'" M.-i. Overcoats $129: I
H : Ladies Dresses $14 95 frS-SfflSh.' lit $18.50 Fur Set $1195 S3 00 Mens Hats SV9b I.
$1,50 Sv.ltches ..89c J 14 50 Mens Shoes $3.25 Hfl
ffl 515.00 Ladie--1 Coats $10 95 All Waists at Reduced Prices $25.00 Pur Set $18.95 n'.5o sa,rt8 ..980 M
sm Six 5" I flies' Coats . $13 95 All Kimonos at Reduced Priced $75.00 Fur Coats $49.95 All Children's Suits and Coats I ;
GUa $25.00 Ladles' Coats .... $19.95 All Skirt at Reduced Price? $1 00 Fur Coats $59.95 AT REDUCED PRICES-
' V01IR PUbIIT lflin Use ii freely during this Sale. The privileges are yours to enjoy, just I j
same as usual at this store. Come today, select what you want, ;!
and arrange for easy Weekly or Monthly Payments. m
31 We ask you to buy your Christmas presents early as it is much easier to make your .-.election now while our I j
i stock is complete. Wc have suitable girts for Mother, Father. Brother or Sister, also sweethearts. A small I
H deposit will hold any article for you until called tor Come in and look over our large assortment.
j J Free Lady's Hai m WnvS- Mff iU- WmS Free Lady's Hat 1
with every Lady's Suit WMlMtSS ffrdAm m WT& m 'Ak wh every Lady's Suit
Friday and j R & wL W M B 9 W 9 - Friday and ! '
Saturday. JBmttdbKattHmtul Saturday.
Mme. Maeterlinck in her quaint,
witty way, was talking 10 a Boston re
porter about feminine cruelty ' There
Is no such thlnjc as feminine cruelty."
shf, said. "Women, it is true, wear tbe
festhers of birds, hut they are uncon
scious of the birds' sufferings, and.
as your old proverb says. What the
eye don't see the heart don't grieve'
Men when they set a beefsteak or
slip on their gloves, are unconsclotii
of the slaughtered bullocks aod the
murdered kid and Just so am 1 un
conscious when, an icy January morn
ing, I wrsp round my neck a soft,
farm fur whether It be fur of pole
cat or Russian sable my dealer alone
knowi "
Military Ignorance.
"The late Gen. F D Grant." said
a Washington official, "n once com
plaining In my hearing about an ig
norant officer. He likened this officer
to a certain Pfivata Chencv 'Where
1b Cheney' What the dickens has b
como of Private Cheny7' 80. be de
clared, Cheney was sought for one
whole afternoon; but no tidings of
him turned up until a comrade final
ly said Cheney? Why, I saw Cheney
abonf two hours ago He was talking
about going to get some guncotton to
tew a button on his pants with, and
that's th last been heard of him, I
bc-llove.' "
A Wood Corner.
United States Commissioner Hayes
of Boston Is one of tbe mo6t expert
wood carvers and hammerers of brass
In this country. In his own home in
Cambridge he has one of the finest
collections of carved wood and ham
mered brass designs to he found any
where perhaps in the state. The hand
some articles turned out under his
knife are gems of the wood carrer a
art. His friends consider themselvea
fortunate when they are made recipi
ents of his handiwork. Boston Traveler.
rewer Fogs In London.
Efforts of the Coal Bmok Abate
ment society. In greatly reducing the
volume of smoke, have been instru
mental In making black fogs rare In
London. A few years ago tbeso fogs
were quite frequent In London In win
ter, and for several days at a time
j tho city Itself and tbe outlying
, suburbs were covered by a dark, black
pal), sometimes high In the air. but
moro frequently descending and fonn
i lng a thick, dirty and greenish-yellow-lsh
substance through which the peo
ple had to travel. Fogs still occur In
London, but only occasionally, and
hot for several years has there been
an old-faahloned fog whin torch
bearerB had to be employed to Indi
cate the way
Read the Classified Ada.
Pay for What You 8ee.
Theaters In Havana, according to an
exchange, have a system by which pa
trons pbv for a seat for one act, and. If
pleased, pay for another act, and so
on to the end of the performance. By
this method a playgoer may keop on
trying different theaters till he finds a
play to bis liking, and spend for his
various "sampVes" only the price that
he would pay for one ticket, according
to our plan
Last eening, Miss Stella Wright
entertained In a charming manner 111
honor of Mrs William McFall, who
leaves for Portland, Ore., Decem
ber 7
Musical selections, both vocal and
Instrumental, numerous games and
fancy dancing were features of the
evening's entertainment At a late
hour the hostess served a delicious
hot supper, covers being laid for the
I following Mrs F. S. Dunn, Florence
I Brown. Mrs William McFall, Lillian
Scott. Lois Klfe. llccn Fife, Edna
J Sims Edith Brewer. Edith Hutchlns
! June Forsha, Mrs. E. V Wright and
I Mrs. E H. WrlRht
Miss Lillian Scott aud Miss Stella
Wright delighted the guests with sev
eral vocal solo
Mrs. McFall has numerous friends
throughout the cft having been cm
ployed as a bookkeeper and stenog-
j rapher for the National Outfitting
company for several years Enroute
I to Portland, Mrs McFall will stop
J in Pocatello for a short visit with
I relatives and friend
Mr- S C. Hawkcs is acting as
I hostess to the Home Culture club at
I her home. 2626 Jofferson avenue, this
j afternoon
Yesterday at noon Reverend C P
Itaseweller performed the wedding
I ceremony for Mrs. OUIr T Johnson
1 formerly of Dsvld City. Neb . and Mr
1 flux H. Croee of Pocatello The
marriage occurred at the Methodist
I The bride has a number of friends
I here and is the daughter of Mr and
I Mrs. Swan Anderson. At Pocatello.
1 where Mr. Crose is manager of lhi
j Oregon Short LlDe shops, he has a
! host of friends. Mr. Crose Is also
I well known among local railroad men
Last evening Mrs. George Williams
I entertained thpm ut ;t wid.lnm .-.upper
given at her homo on Washing
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. F
I, Voorheen entertained the ladtea 01
the Historical society nt her home
on Jeffereon avenue The spacious
rooms were well filled with members
and guests.
The meeting was called to order
by (he president. A beautiful prayer
written b Mrs. Bishop was read in
concert alter which. Rev W. W Fleet
'.ihmI u;ivc ,-ui excellent talk on the
Immanuel movement which created
much Interest shown in the discus
sion which followed.
(Juest; ol the adernoon were Rev
ind Mrs. W W. Fleetwood. Mra, Al
berl Klti hie. M r3. Jamc6 Cooper. Mrs
Kate Milliard. Mrs Qeorge Kelly. Mra
W illiam Butler. Mrs P A. Kingsbury
and Mis.-, Marilla Hunter
Miss Stowc of Nea Haven. Conu
who is In the city lsltlng Mrs. ;
Perklno wa an out-o-town guest
Following a tempting) prepared
luncheon served by the hostess, the
club adjourned to meet again In two
Yesterdn afternoon, Mrs S. W.
Wherry. 2609 Madison avenue enter
talned In a charming manner a few
of her friend!
While a kenslnRton wai held, Miss
Louise pierce cave several piano se
lections and .Miss Beatrice Hnmil de
lighted the guests with a number ol
violin solos. The lioness proved an
able one w hen a delicious luncheon
was served.
Tomorrow afternoon Mrs H herry
will entertain another croup ol
Miss Edith Manning of Denver
was n Ogden visitor yesterday and
Inst evening
Tuesday evening Mrs Virginia M
era very pleasantly entertained the
past officers of No. 581 Women ol
Woodcraft at her home. 2225 Madison
avenue Curd games and a sewing
contest were features of the eve
ning s entertainment At cards prl
sea were awarded.
Daintily prepared refreshments
were served bv the hostess who prn
c d u charming one.
The wheat close was 6teady, 3-8 to
i-gi aet higher
The corn close was strong. 6 Sc to
;-4e above last night
Corn No 2 yellow, 71 l-2c!; No. 0
y110W, 76 l-2c, new, 68 3-4c; No. 3.
new. 67rtt;8 1 2c ; No. 3 white, new. 66
fr68 l-2c.
Rye No. 2, 64c.
Barley 50(576c.
Timothy $4 OOty.5.25.
Clover fl0.60O14.0Ce
Pork 521.2 V
Ribs 9lO.5O0ll.22 1-2.
New York. N Y.. Dec. 4. Call mou
ey, firm, 5 l-8frS per cent, ruhng rate,
5 1-2 per cent closlug bid. 6 12"g7
per cent.
Time loans, steady; 60 and DO
days, 6 per cent; 6 months, 4
5 per rent
Mercantile paper, 5 L28 3 4 per
cent; sterling exchange, eaay ; 60
days $ 1 SI 25 ; demand, 54 85 40: com
mercial bills. $4.Su,50. I
Bar silver 57 I It
Mexican dollars, II 12c
Covernmeut bonds, firm; railroad
bonds firm j
New York, N. V , Dec. 4. Copper -Quiet
Standard spot and futures,
not quoted; electrolytic, 114.47 1-2 8
15 00; lake. $16.00(916.50; casting. No
1. $14.46014.50
Tin Weak Spot and December,
538.0U Ji.').s ; January, 38.0O4j
38 37 1 2; February, $38.12 1-2038.50;
March. IS8.25038.6O.
Antimony Dull; Cookson'6. 7.5'ii
7 70
Iron Quiet, unchanged
London markets closed as follows:
Copper Steady ; spot. 65 pooruls.
17s. 6d; futures 64 pounds. 12s. 6d.
Tin Weak. Spot. 174 pounds. 3a,
6d, futures, 175 pounds. 5s.
Iron Cleveland. 49s, 3-4d
New York N Y. Dec. 4. Five
amendments to the rules of the New
York cotton exchange, providing tni 1
thp adoption of government type sta 1
dardBj monthly revision of differences
In spot quotations and changes in
the method of classification and 11
enforcing the commission law weie
all adopted today by large msjorltlea
at a meeting of the exchange mem
bers I
If Mixed with Sulphur It
Darkens so Naturally
Nobody can Tell.
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
streaked and faded hair is grandmoth
ers treatment, and folks are again
uslnc It to keep their hair a good,
even color, which Is quite sensible, as
we are llvlni? !n an age when a youth-
ful appearance s of the greatest ad V
vantage '
Nowadays, though, wo don't have
the troublesome task of gathering the
sage and the musay mixing at home.
All drug stores sell tho ready-to-uae
product ' called ' Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy ' for about 50
cents a bottle. It is ery popular he
cause nobod) can discover it haa been
applied Slmp! moisten your comb
or a soft brush with It and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time by morning the
fray hair disappears, but what de
lictus the ladies with Wyeth's Sage
add Sulphur Is that besides beauti
fully darkening tho hair after a few
applications, it also produce th;t'
soft lustre and appearnnco of abun
dance which is so attractive; hesldes.
prevents dandruff Itchlnc scalp and
falling hair. Agents. A. It McluOrc

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