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HAVE i EMI OF PLEASURE Local No. 53. J. B I. U. of A., bet ter known us the Tonsorlal Artists union of Ogden had Its second an nual entertainment ;ii a dancing par If last night. Thfl affair was held In the New Colonial hall and as an evidence that some real pnjoyniont was expected, then1 wr-re nearly 600 People prrspnt. whirh at a dollar each. Is considered some success. T)e party was excellently planned and carried out In a most satisfying way. everyone present being well pleased with the entire program To add special attraction to the decorative scheme the committee lift ed "Joe" Harris' revolving barber polo I from its moorings on Hudson avenue nd planted it in the middle of the big hall. On the top of it they placed the silk banner of the local union, and crossed the top of that with the famous Labor Pay parade "kn.fe, which was newly painted for the oc caslon To Bay that the revolving pole added attraction is put it lightly. The sousenir programs, as prom ised, were artistically gotten up and. on the Btrlng which held the pencil, was also attached g sample tube of cocoa butter cream. The program contained 2fi popular dance numbers, among them heing the "Hesitation Waltz." In a net speech, during the eve nlng. Secretary- William Piggott of the uniou. explained that the commit tee had loft out the " tango' as it Is a relic of antedeluvlan days, hav ing been known In that age as the "ouranfj-ontango." and the comniiv tee wanted to be up to date Crawford's orchestra furnished a fine program of music and nicely ria vored punch was served by Frank Woods and W. A Williams, the port ers of the Lone Star and the Helena barber shops. In order to make sure that his guests were drinking the real fruit flavored claret punch. Ed Mor Hp, chairman of the committee, made it himself. The committee that arranged the party and so successfully conducted with the assistance of other mem here of the union, consisted of the well known artists: Ed 0. Morris, chairman. Bert Tu ner, W. R. Kings-land, w. .1 Kings land and William Pfost The lust mentioned says that be put the "t" in his name so as not to be taken for the Mr. Po6t who manufac tures "Grape-Nuts." oo 110 WARD US BASKETBALL GAME In a hard fought game, the Third ward basketball team defeated tns team from the Seventh ward in the Third ward hall last night. The game was in the schedule of the Citv Has ketball league and the score was L'5 to 16. A. Kerr was the referee and I b lineup was as follows: Third Ward. Seventh Ward. '.reenwell c DeLameler Wilkinson rf Barker Torgoson If Post er Davis rg Tribe Tribe If Blackington I DUCKY JONES HAS SIGNED Robert, "Ducky" Jones, the third baseman and Hal Ruutenhaven, one of the pitchers of Ogden's baseball team last year, have signed con tracts to work in the same positions this season The contra.. t ut-re re ceived yesterday by Secretary Angus Kennedy, of the Ogden club and the: secretary believes that several other members of the old lineup will soon be "kicking In." "Ducky" Jones" was a particular fav orite last year and held a good all around record as a player. Rusten haven also showed up well. In addi tion to having sent contracts to all of the players who were In the team last year, Secretary Kennedy and Manager "Dad" Glmlin are angling for some more good talent When It comeg to angling for ball players. "Dad" Is some angler and the fans may rest asurred that when the lineup of the Ogden team Is com pleted, that they will have a team worth rooting for I THEATERS' AT THE ORPHEUM I H An Interesting exhibition of animal &', ,-! intelligence is seen in the act pre 4j rented by the. Power', troupe of train- 'a-. elephant At the Orpheum the- ; :h atre this week there are four pachy- I J derma In the troupe, two large ones, -1 'ne medium sized and one baby. The I Hi medium aixed animal and the baby I J perform at the will of two charming : young ladle and the work of the two H I larger ones is directed by a male I ( j trainer. I The act Is presented especially for H j children, and It seemed that, from rj- the manner In wWch It was received jjQ by yesterday audiences, all present Kf--f were children, for the clever work JiUf-ii ot the animals pleased everyone. Dpr- tjg , ' i Inc the performance one of the smal- jjL3b:J ,nr elephants seats himself at a ta 6,e. Tings the bell and in an almost g2j human way signifies what it want to Kn eat. A bunch of celery, a plate of HT?, lettace, a pan of water, a pine-apple EKLj and a bottle, of wlno are consumed PPgf before big appetite is appeased. He B' then bowls a game of ten pins. BHIsj knocking a full Bet of ten pins down Hbf In two throws rajj The work of the baby was espe- HKf cially interesting. Its training was H shown by the playing of a rooutli organ, rocking a cradle, going to bed ' In a real bed and a number of other trick-. The two larger elephants did the ordinary circus elephant stunts. After the Saturday matinee, the children will be permitted to go on j the stage and have a ride on the ele phants The elephant act however. Is not all that is meritorious on the bill. Billy Link and Blossom Robinson, termed "advanced vaudevllllans," are i well entitled to the term The two have a most entertaining act of song and monologue and the male mem ber of the duo has a way of getting laughs out of the audience, that is all his own and It certainly proved win-' nlng way. His makeup is what might w.H be tailed the latest scream in; men's clothes. The DemitrcMU troupe of athletes. pr lentfl a horizontal bar act thai fills in well. Ot'o Brothers, Herman comedians, jren welcomed perh.ip . ie .hj-- their tpe ot eel hafl not been seen on the local stage for some time. Benson end Bell, who open the hill, present a well staged singing nn I 'J dancing set One of the feat -ire; of II the entire program, however, "a!" I Miss Bell's toe dancing. I AT THE OGDEN At the Ogden theatre last night, a large audience enjoyed one of the funniest bills that Messrs. Arinaton and Orcenwell have ever presented at the theatre The cause for the extra amount of mirth was; the "The Round ers" by the Prank Rich company. "The Rounders" is another of the ex cellent musical travesties which this popular company baa i's reportoire and in song, dance and libretto, it "went" with a vim George Burton and Mr. Post as the "Rounders'' kept the audience In almost constant laughter by their flirtations and they bad excellent support In the Misses Rich and Rfan deTllle. Tommy Burns as the col ored servant came in for a good share of attention and Mr Whoelan. as Lawyer Marks, did some good comedy work as well as some excel lent Hinging The musical program i of 15 or more numbers, contains some of the best solos, duets and choruses that have yel been pre j Bented by the company and the Rose bud chorus Is seen in several feature long and dance numbers that win them much applause The play is ex-1 cellently staged and the players are seen In entirely new costumes Tonight the chorus girls will again ' contest for prlzei and the new bill I will run until Sunday night, when I The American Consul" will be presented. CANNED GOODS TO BE BOOSTED Government is to Send a Rep- I resentative to Foreign Countries. Washington, D C, Feb, g Ur a I V Thayer, commei ria l ,igent of the I bureau of foreign and domestic com R merce of the dep rtment of commerce, tins been ordered to Chicago to con fer with firms and individuals inter ested in Central jmi South American trade In canned goods, proprietary mi dl( Ines and denial ami surgical mppllea He is expected to reach Chicago early next week Or Thay er; who recently completed a trip ot s .raJ months in South America, al reads Ms visited several eastern (It ies. Prom Chicago he will go to Ban Francisco to take charge ol the new branch of the bureau. J, Alexis Shriver, who has Just r. turned from Hawaii. Japan, China, aud other countries in the far cast when he investigated the canned foods trade for Hi- bureau, probably will isit Ihe I centers ol the canning Industry in I the I'nited States in the near future. It is the purpose of the bureau ol'l loreign commerce to disseminate m I formation to American manufacturers 1 1 as Its agents obtain in then tor gi quests. n President Wilson haB been sitting for a full length and life blze por trait by Richard N. Brooke, an artist Of Washington and a native of Vir- j ginla. it is to he hung In the Cnher- ; slty of Virginia as a gift from the alumni association 0 K E L - H A R B E RTSON III Hi FOR THE ' BIG MATCH Interest in the Yokel-Harbertson ! wrestling match is increasing daily atid indications are that a record breaking crowd will witness the hig i bout next Wednesday night. Both men are favorites In Ogden and the friends of each are expressing their opinion at every opportunity. Since Yokel's match with Bothner," in Salt I Lake, some of his Salt Lake support-1 er have baid that he would get Uarb ertson s "goat" inside of IB minutes, but Harbertson's friends say that, ac cording to the "dope" sheet, he will be lucky If he geta it at all! As was shown in the Bothner match, the champion is probably In as good a condition as he has ever been and no wrestler of his weight has been able, to show him an thing new about the game In recent vers With his title also at stake, he is keeping up his training and will take no chances with his former pupil Harbertson, on the other hand, has something real" In sight in the com ing match He has youth on his side and strength that has never been ful ly tested. His staying with the cham kpion for two hours without a fall when he was young at the game, proved hi strength, and with his work with Kariya, Ketonen and oth er good men since then has added a great deal to his knowledge of the game. He lg also tn fine condition with about ll3 pounds yet to take off before the day of the match He is working at present under the di rection of George McCloud. the faat welterweight who had speed and tricks enough to keep him busy tor forty minutes In a recent handicap match, despite the big difference in SSSHSJISSSSSSSSJSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHSS KB gflBKh IsBbVbiSbHI SBIBgiPSBBBBMBpBJ THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1914. A GOOD Aqfr TO TRADE A OOOO TO TRADE JCome, Share the Profits If the sales for this month continue as the r started this will be the greatest February we Towels, Cottons J have ever known. Our New Profit-Sharing and Domestics I 3 Policy is certainly meeting with a great deal That spring sewing is ai. i , Ml ready under way is evidenced ot tavor. Come share the pronts -cneap- oy the crowds every day at rz n , this sale of Domestics. er prices on all your purchases. 8 1 3c 5c " Evening Gowns at Half Many Soiled Muslins 88c I T n I i-S-iTTTlTsTn " adIb) Perhaps there is an evening gown here Half Pl'ICC Gods1"" LI"Cd 7c " Y jSRSBkWI t J that will do. There are not a great many of yrd 47KIW " " vochitrfi1 s-bt you may take Some of these muslins will imi,, 5C N 4- QrM T our choic-e of the strx'k at just half price . . ach . . vv , , W MS ZT I e Z . reqmrc laundrng; some mere- (arge Huck SfcU i 4 1 borne Corset Bargains ? pressul But yu save half r' "C A r . We do not allow odds and ends to linger long in this f 3U 7jC C'0thS' 're P u Corset Department. Right now there are a hundred Gowns "C1-2C Crash Tow- " n IHH llis'il V W pairS of excellent corsets in fairly good styles which $1.25 CCn eling, M( ! rfTa1 a U 4 must be sold within the next few days. See these first. Gowns yard L! wl Jf W' 1 Y?- - m-m 30c bleached or unb.each- 04 il m Lm ' 'A $175 Nirls of thls P-ing $2.2 VI 19 ed Turkish Towels. 4T l $7 m w best model, with thcM JA $5 00 Gossards sizes 19 to p wlsJtM ch yiv a.Wa Cb, m new want line- 41 30: lace and embroidery y"5 T. Babies' Bibs made of Turk- 1A V 1 Z A long skirt trimmed six strong (M) AQ $2.75 C1Q7 ish knit toweling, I Mf V Si A A 53 50 Gossards Sizes 18 to hoSe sup- JZ.UO Pwc Ol.Ol each AUV' Old S Tl-tSfy 28: 4 h0$e (T1 HO PrUr Y YmZlr I, -rv L,nen Cra,h Toweling. r 5n Jl "PPorters- $3.50 tlfl ""bleached, S( Cou TMMs M iVSXV. ' uV; $5 to $10 Redfern, In some Gowns WW WHJJ rsi ft M A stKkeda8in Combinations DUC , 'W Seethe Evening Display Combination, ifr lcre 1S a dlsPla-v in the comer window fnniLm3hnns Olt yard 1 I Don' I .awll Kp which is being admired. Some evening T: ftr. Extra heavy Outmg Flan- q rth J yA t''figm SB W gowns and materials for gowns uith ac- S--0 S n?'' ''ght and dark; OC ! tJj (14 As v 9 Wr cessories. And the lowered prices apply Combinations pi-w fiJSS dalda is I J'O'w' 1 Wn here as well Ciotn, th dM 1m Kd Gloves at Savi"2s Crowds Buy mbroid ' m Tfac gloves you will want for spring wear, NotiOItS CheaPd hi ;nrwear,arebere stock at Will Soon Close ! r 2-clasp Tampa Gloves- 16-button Perrin Gloves The new policy haa made the Dt equal to usua Cl 1Q rn notion sales jump to double Just a w more days of the value! vl.ll Jjj tpJ.D a saving on every little item. Embroidery Sale. New goods sedt 17 Ar Windsor Hook. m wiU soon require the space r- xree: A bpnng Pattern Bungalow m now reVOte t0 s.s,wxxi, 2 American j display of the sale embroider- To every purchaser of one of the Spring Fashion Books we AorOnS?9c pI LSomc of the numbers I Dr. will give any spring pattern FREE. This is the new Pictorial P Cubes' n.; bi.ck and n ave been sold ou-very few, L Keview Style Book with fashions for women and children assorted colors, 4c Mr however and the choosing to- Wj0 house dresses, street dresses, evenino- gowns everything- is The Percales of which they are and day is as good as at first. shown The book of almost a hundred pages at 25c- and a tat macle would cost more. Good- 09 tern free with each book. 1 ( ana a pat- looking Bungalow Aprons of C b" LOC A r-J T Rlf . the 75c vaJue neat patterns Hard i0 LxOOQ DrOOm I J7l Shoe Bargains in Spring Sale of yMoTafle6 48c 25c k the Basement New Silks y y . Z.. 9c m the Basement-one to a fe? Nothing but bargains in the Look fn-st at the silks on the UltS TTZVot ! Shoe Basement All of the Bar- -SSSLSP fpf SchOOl BOV Book.; " f 'CJSi gain Tables are there. Some also selections from the regular mSP' quantity is limited. .. 25c- 1 items here mentioned. stocks are cheaper. Good-looking, wear-resisting, Electro - y Oivoi 75c Foulards, 23 inches wide, pure latest Norfolk Coats newest Sllver 4r , I ' ki 1 Boys heavy grain calf skin, extra silk, in the new Oriental jo knic kerbocker pants tailor- Th,mblc v Umfi ilindriPS e top sole; wonderful shoe for rough designs and combinations; OXP made stvlih mtpr 1 Ct1, i . A "miV3 I m j wear; also 50 pairs of boys' high yard W maae. Siyiisn material, S5.95 Thimble Ap "Z I Wl cuts In strong leathers at same $150 Fancy S.Iks in dark colors, Values $4.95 arC Lnf STlPr HprP 1 0Vld pr.ee. 11 to 13 1-2, $1.68; (T0 qn for street dresses and ai ia Clothing Basement. ViapU BJ 13 1-2 to 2. $1.98; VX wa.sts. 24 Inches 1Q ' A FXX7 TVT T O . T 12 12 i-z to e x wide; yard x w tt x iui JLclCC "iivaxii me saving is only I Hrti e Grls high cut Shoes Ir. calf jkin $2.00 and $2.50 Charmeuse, 40 HaiT ' 3c 0r 5c n each item that m and patent leathers standard inches wide, in dainty f- t m X xt11 lA'aiofc OC Vlll amount to dollars in a ;nr ' u makes. 8 1 2 to 13, $1.48; ; ftQ evening shades and street 1 d ' VV 1SIS J3.5 nrisinv ,hor? til 13 1-2 2. $1.73; 2 1-2 V I MX colors; yard fleiW Dpm nnctr ai nn Pnsingly short time. tose t to 6 . tpi.JO esc crinkled Brocaded silk crepe. iCniOnSTrailOn After yesterday's selling L 7rtJ79T.?r: 1 Japanese fy Ladies' Shoes, odds and fl0IO 27 inches wide, in new ia m ! 1 there were about tw c drawn Tooth Brushes ; -lO 'Hop, ends: regular $3.50 to V 4X Pr "9 shades. AXp Madam Reoms will be here Z IS ,T t dZen f flood quality, real bn.t es, S( M,rf $5.oo. at fV0 yardu 40t bt shnrt . T ,lcie these waists left. Lace and net regularise -- nct Men's Rubbers, odds and pQ $1.25 Printed Crepe de Chines. 40 lm Ifc, s i WtS with Very fussy trim- 0,0V,W R ends; good hXp inches wide in light and no of the large stock she car- mings very handsome Stvles u,f. 4ZC l,nt" tes Rubbers.' odds anc AQ S "'" 98c P. of- which werTsold a month k'i-o, cent,, tT good 4Xr siik Ratine "27" inches wid, ,n Have her help select the at $5.96. A fortunate purchase Cr.am.25c 7jr ,n QH ftock 40t JllthenJl;W iO proper shade and texture. by our buyer now in New York VJ,U V LVl !H::::r 9& ser - 95c & srs. 45c SW--"-"11.48 ,v,ry 68c $1.95 Mt nw,r i -"'?3'95 ST"";... 20c j Boys' serviceable and good looking c plain Silk Ratine. 40 inche $5 oo fl0 Ar OWCT linCn Bromo So tzer, ir Shoes for school wear; styles ide; in all co.ors to fO Swltehe. .bZ HIl . 50c JlP seamless, button and blucher; match the brocaded Ra SXt Sw,tches .JU PrirpC Itill Valu sizes 8 1-2 to 13 $1.48; (Pi AO tine "ow. yard ... . OOVf mr Ar tJlAII KJll Bromo Seltzer, Av $1.98 .afrsa $5.95 Ev.n Mo Thtnkv,;ng jfc 22c :0RI 5SSS?fiS 98c valentines Jt All Wool French 'Sl "o ,P1"'0 5c cLkled s..r,uck,r. 3J ich V aieniineS pt few day6. The New Pol. U'U' fc WoolChallies 19c Br: 18c FS2r2i KdmhrtLeti..both Challic 48c I" now. yard valentines will be complete- fi- u r ,f-- Phonograph Rec- SftS1 ffl JSS; 48c H before been ofiered on wool customers are here every MJI Pure Linen.; fun" bleached ," & coWiiiexi S thS - chalhes in order to secure this OrClS All I CW 49C ?ay and they're buyin IPSSlSW' AO Mfd at l9c Diroet ' from L price. The patterns are pleas- "TTJT " J SfJ.?? T KWSfj 98CPWee this f c . , S f ing-and a reat variety; 40c 2 .ds-play on both ft f ut ft Shop early $1.50 Pur. Linen, .xtr, heavy. fli , comprises all of the daintv value 1 sides; wiU fit any machine all 1? to $1.00. bleached Table Unen; .U j' Predeliy patterns whirl, this 1 V U6' 19e- new selections . 49 1 StfSZ" $U9 wfil demand I Th, 75c a,ue for 48c Silk Dept. 1 if I weight McCloud also bas had con siderable oxprrieuce as a trainer and1 expects to put the OSjden man on the mat the night of the bout, in excel lent condition. oo DEEP SNOW IN 1NY PARTS Of THE STATE Report of weather conditions throughout Utah for January havo reached the United States weather bureau In Salt Lake, and Indicate that the heavy precipitation which prevailed last month was general over the entire state. Washington county reported a heavy rainfall and that it has been so warm that green srass has ben visible all winter. Districts farther uorth, however, re ported th- h. iv not snows In many seasons and that many communities li.m- been cut off from outsidp com munication on account of the impass able condition of road, and trails. There Is fifteen feet of snow in the vicinity of My ton In Uintah county, making it necessary to tunnel through the drifts in many places tn order to rr-ach the outiide world Manila. Uintah countj. reported the severest winter ever recorded there. If has been necessary for cattle and sheep men to feed their herds and flocks, as the range, are covered with several feet of .now Fruitland In Wasatch county reported that Its roads have been blocked since Jan uary If and that It was necessary for persons leaving the district to travel on snow.hoes and skis Thp mail has been carried bv a system of relay., the carriers traveling on skees Range cattle have suffered a" great deal and it ha. been necessary to move a large portion of the iock to lower regions The school, have been closed for several weeks. Sheep and cattle in the vicmitv of Mantl are in good condition, accord ing to the reports from that city al though there is a great deal of snow BBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBs! in the district Near v..w "outb rfm of the great basin" S! now labour feet deVpon the lerefa Throad. have been blockeoTtwo wXgt I. tost rains in their wffhheav' tremely mild wmSSET7, th throughout the wSJr r PrelllnS on the winter grain field, b,?de" bove the SE nn wan and Victor dlftttetl t'm Kr" covered with eigh' inTh.. , e be'n -'y day. and have t"f $00w fo' n rather sVvsre Viff? City. Farming Elbe'ru Vnd f" In January a. the heaviest IP BeI nineteen years Emery. Emery coU- m A t.v. has so far had a hard winter, cane ; J J Qg considerable suffering among cat jg tie and sheep. "Si Myton is practically shut off from the outside world bv a barrier of 'lf' teen feet of snow. The transport I tlon companies have about abandon I "d their bus'ness until the weather i11. nreak. and as a result th pare' far,. Post department of the mail ?r!cJ NTL suffering from a beavv pressur 1 g of business. Most of the" provlalo i sent into the district go by this route 5 Postoffice official, report that recent p 1' 5000 pound, of sugar was snt L- through the parcel post, while It common for flour, ham- and baco to be sent.