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OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH.
'. ; BEAUTY x&ffK Daintiness, adaptability and (f I f I f 1 ease of fit were never better C i!dSSS exemplified than in the ideal (ilyk results obtained in our new vlWe&L Summer Oxfords. SUMMER OXFORDS A varied, elaborate and extensive gathering of styles that could only be possible in a shoe section as Select and colossal as ours. The following is descriptive of two of the most trim and pleasing styles in our footery section: I John Kelley Pumps. . g (ML ohn Kelley Pumps, JEhBTi 'I lr5 black Delame. new last. PlffiPSb Regular $4.00. now i 11 $3.00 m Special on all white shoes and pumps, also on all ' children's low shoes. ; BURTS' ffl - - -- - - iraflETlil ; I SMS FOB VICTOR l or df- ;forf e; Mr-. Margaret Tout Browning of Ogden, under the stage name, "Mar- IrjW caret Romaine, '" and the well-known baritone George MacFarlane, are now among the exclusive ij.rtiPtfi v1tt , who sing for the purple label Victor records The popular Utah star, whoaa sur -psa in "The Midnight Girl"" ha6 been almost without precedent in New York musical comedv, received r h following mm pi i mn tan mention "Miss Romaine rrme6 as a retresli ing surprise to a public which has be come resigned to the mediocre prima donnas, who are often assigned to leading musical comedy roles. This singer, who has been appearing In Europe for several years, and hay hud grand opera experience, may be des oribed as the best soprano heard in light opera m America for a lone time." It ik Interesting to note that (Miss Romaine is a sister nf "Hazol Down familiarly known in hnr old Ogden home a i mips Hazel Tout I mnng oihrr atara sinning lor th Victor are arry Lauder, Norn Raea. Blanche nine, (; Cohan and Chna Up McIonald uj A revolving Urget. r,n which Imagei of birds are perched until bhot down, is a Frenchman' invention I Read the T'lassified Ads RECALLS BLACK HAND EXCITEMENT IN OGDEN The 6o day time for the preparation and filing of a bill of exceptions, In the caBe of the State of Utah against Jos Henry Martin was up yesterday hut the attorney for Martin states that he was not able to file the bill ns the transcript of the trial has not j yet been prepared. Judge J. A ! Howell has granted an extension of thirty days and the district attorney saya he Will not press the time pro vision against the defendant a the transcript covers many pages of type written matter and it may require considerable time to get it out Miss Eva Rrb, who reported the case in the district court, says that whilp she has written many pages of the transcript. It la far from being completed and she cannot say just I when she will be able to get it out. She states that there will be about 2.000 pages to be transcribed from her stenographic notea. The case was on trail for a month, during which time about fifty wit nesses testified A summary of the I testimony published by the Standard covered about sixty columns of space I or more than eight pages At the completion of the trans crlpt, Attorney Soren X. Christensen for the defendant will take an ap peal to the supreme court which will be baaed on the exceptions tak en by him in the course of the trial. It Is expected that, before the au preme court, the greater stress will be placed on the introduction of tea llmony by the state respecting a mul tiplicity of offenses for which the de fendant was not being tried, the point to be made being that the testimony was prejudicial to the defendant and legally erroneous. Other exception will also be relied upon, all of which J will be stated in the bill of excep I tions (,'hristensen states that there I is no question in his mind but that the supreme court will remand the case back to the dtstiict court Tor rehearing. In the meantime. Joseph Henry Man in is held in the state peniten tiary, having been sentenced to five yeara bj Jndgfl Tames A. Howell on conviction by a Jury of assault with intpnt to do great bodily harm Martin was charged with assault vith intent to murder David Ed wards November 9, 1913. In the meantime, the expert hand writing witness Theodore Kytka, of San Francisco, who figured conaplcu ously in the case, has filed a claim against the couniy for 12,500, which, the i-ounty commissioners say, is not likely to be paid. Members of the board of conim.c Btonera state that they do not care to assume the responsibility of paying for expert teslimony without author i of Ian and they contend that the statutes do not provide for the em ployment of such w itnesses On the other hand. District Attorney John 1 C. Davis says that it was virtually i.-reed in the beginning that the , ountj should pay for the hire of Kytka, and other experts In the case, and that If the county doeR not pa) 'he fees, there will be nothing left but to commence suit to recover the amounts Members of the board yf commissioners 6ay they are will Dg that the court shall pass on the lueetlon. An i PARTY Of 25 GOING TO YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK On Saturday Of this week. Mrs Partridpe Hayes and part of twenty- uej 1 x i : ? SPECIAL CLEARANCE Low Prices on Hammocks Special Sale on Grass CUC Special low prices just at the PORCH RUGS O t L L starting of the warm weather. tu i- u c : & 1 hree lines to choose from Of SUMMER FURNITURE EftSfc: $3.60 h5R.G75fift u $5.ooviue- (pock 54x90 inches ESi $7-75 Maple Chair, double cane Sa)e price $J,JJ $7.00 value, 6x9 ft., beautiful - i eauran.d "ft 3 . . . $4.95 gjjoj "r'.'Z $5.60 S?. eff.ec' $8.25 value in maple Porch Rock- $7.50 value ft QC! ?i,6v.aIu? $1 30 er, double reinforced cane seat and Sale Price .pJ.TO 30x60 inches yi.uv rpfj back; a very durable and hand- $4.50 value A itw 50c ? sTeVricT Sale Price 160 QN HODGES FIBER SalC FrlCC $5;75 vaIue- U fiO RUGS-Just the Rug for summer $11.50 Value in Rustic Porch Sale Price ijn.UV $16.50 value, t13 9fl Chair cp. sale M 7C $5.00 value (T9 QC 9x12 size flOJJI at P Sale Price fW $15.00 value, M 1 QA 1 $11.50 value in Rustic Porch Rock- $2.75 value (TO 00 8.3x10.6 size. . f HmIU er. A bargain CP It Sale Price $12.00 value, CO at 0.3 $3.00 value M A 9x12 size t 1 k t m Sale Price L.4U $11.00 value, tfi 7C Take your choice of any sum- 3ie rnce Qinfi JOJj y n., fuc 25 to 33 1-3 unde, Ue- ........... 1 i Boyle Furniture Company - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914. five, 1b expected to arrive 1n Ojcjden, en route to the Yellowstone Park. Mrs. Hayes and her guests are rsl dcnt$ of San Francisco and will make the trip from the coast over the West ern Pacific to Salt Lake City, wrier they will be transferred to the Oregon Rhort Line and go direct to the Na tional Park. On the roturn trip, the party will be transferred from the Short Line to the Southern Pacific at Ogden and will make the Journey home on that road, leaving Ogden on June 30. DECISIONS RENDERED IN THE DISTRICT COURT Judge X. J. Harris has rendered the lollowing decisions L. B. Hammon & Son vs. Phoenix Construction Co.; motion of plaintiff. L. B. Hammon & Son, for a now trial, granted J W Overton v$, F. A Magulr. demurrer overruled, defendant grant ed ten days to answer Ogden Commission Co vs. Anthony Boodrookas et al , demurrer to plain tiff's amended complaint overruled, defendant granted ten days in which to answer COMMISSIONERS ARE VIEWING PROPERTY lll COUNTY The county board of commissioners yesterday arrive at a satisfactory ad justment of right-of-way for the Rap id Transit car line over a short dis tance of the North Ogden-Pleasaut View cutoff, by permitting the com pany to change its roadbed from the center of the roadway to the north side The settlement invohed a right-of-way over the ground In question which was secured by the company before the cutoff was thought of and It happened to traverse the center of the road for a distance of ahout two rods The company s content with the right-of-way offered by the county Which calls for the removal of the rails from the center to the side of the road. Negotiations will continue for a right-of-way for the car trnck over the entire length of the cutoff Today the commissioners are visit ing certuln pieces of property which the property owners claim hae ben assessed at too great a alue The commissioner say they will not make reductions in any cases before them until they have 6een the real estate. The desire tn pass on the real value of the properties The board is not In a Position to know whether the HOBBor is right la his judgment ol valuations or whether thf property owners are right In their protests tin til the property have been examined by the members. 00 BERT SPENCER IS TO TIKE THE PUCE I Of MURPHY That "Rdn Is a good baseball town was evidenced by the large attend ance at yesterday's game and the vic tory of the local team Is expected to have a tendency to create still great er interest. ' Today, tomorrow and , Friday are ladles days at the oali park and the officials of the club j j have prepared to take care of all who wish to attend the games j Secretary Angus Kenned of the Ogden club announced toiia ih.tt I L I club had secured Fielder Bert Spen- ' cer to replace Howard Murphy in I the right garden, pending the recovery I of Murphy. Spencer Is well known locally, having been a member of ' the Ogden team in 1912 and of the Salt Lake team last year He was hurt last season in a railroad wreck the accident putting him out of the game He has not been playing as a regular thus far this year, but has 1 been keeping In form by playing with evoraJ amateur teams around Salt LaU-. where he has made h home The announcement was also made today that John Couch, the San Fran- cisco pitcher just signed by Manager Glmltn and whose work virtually won yesterday's game, would be on the ; mound for Ogden In the game to morrow. The batteries announced for today were Ballinger and Seabough for Og j den and "Red" Toner and Weaver for I Boise. PROBATE MUTTERS IN JULY COURT The following probate matters are to be considered In the district court July Estate of Bent Peterson, deceased, hearing of petition of Sldm R Jen kins asking for letters of administra tion Petition to sell real estate in the matter of the estate of P. P. Terry, deceased. Petition of Andrew Engelson for letters of administration In the es tate of Bernt Johnson, deceased. oo DOROTHY KELLY Coming tomorrow, another of those I big Vltagrapb Features, "The Pass- I lng of Diana,' a play with a thrill, al I the Oracle. Advertisement I ft , Jr'lTWfixIal Ogden Theater I TONIGHT ONLY FLORENCE LAWRENCE In Wsm "THE DOCTOR'S TESTIMONY" Two-Reel Drama fcP "THE STIRRUP BROTHER" From the Story by O. Henry Kw ANIMATED WEEKLY Coolest Spot in Town Admission 5c and 10c Irlvj 4 NEW EMPRESS BILL ORPHEUH ' ' " ' ' JULIAN ROSE. A most welcome announcement is made by the management in stating j that Julian Rose, the Hebrew come dian, known all over the world, will headline tin- coming week's bill at the Empress, One of the features of j Mr. Rose's act is that "he does not i cartactufe' the Jewish race Rather does he assume the role of a fine loving old Jewish gentleman, passed middle age. who sees all things in al kindly and humorous spirit. Tin added feature attraction will be that of Joe .Maxwell's latest dra ! matic playlet, "Four of a Kind." a crook sketch, with such players as George Leach, Klngsleye Benedict. William Bristor and Thomas Murphy The playlet is said to contain some! Intensely dramatic momens Three chaps who vrete tremendous favorites rear ago. uiiiy Green, Har ry Mi Henry and Homer Dean, ar re turning thlfl week These chaps are "ragtimers" of the rapid transit order, Who hae rnjjged their way across the . (intinent with gratifying success. The Paul Azard Trio, a trio of gyui nasts, one ot which is a woman, will niter a pleading bit of novelty, follow ing their long run at the Follies Ber sere jn Paris, from whence they come for a tour of the circuit Bert and Hazel Skatelle will give a fancy exhibition of expert roller akatlng. THREE SHOWS A DAY 3. 7:30. 9:15 O'CLOCK. ADMISSION 10c, 20c, 30c. ( Advertiseveut). FISHERMEN DROWN I IN SUDDEN STORM Friedrichshafen. Germany, June 24. -i The bodies of ten fishermen were fV-W recovered this morning from Lake l-i Sj Constance and at least 25 more are r , missing, believed to have been drown- r ed In a sudden storm which broke j f; v over this region yesterday. The ! storm came so quickly that the fish- ermen were unable to reach land. f - i li only a mile or so away. t-. '. Many were rescued by lake steam- 'U?- r era and other craft after their light. V -,V boats had capsized. 5ay, Men MH BuchmlHer & Flowers, at 2461 1 , ..- Washington, have a magnificent Stock of swell togs. They are H goins to rriMve to the former H H Falstaff Cafe a much larger I' - store Until they go, you can I buy quality duds shirts, shoes, J summer underwear, suits or anything men wear at prices ' below your fondest dreams. ! Drop in and we'll prove it. BICHMILLER I & FLOWERS I "DRESSERS OF MEN" j . I 50c and 75c B Stationery 25c I While ll Lasts. I MnR1rE I Drug Co. Where the cars stop now. 2463 Wash. Ave. ijATTENTION LADIES )j I f 2 Sale of Remnants F; if at Price II F" This is an unusual opportunity as these are w lL clean new goods cut too short for a dress. The ma- k I terials are crepe, meteor, crepe de chine and char- HS IB meuse Colors are the latest anything from f white to black. These goods being vvery soft are r mm particularly suitable for girdles, sashes, waists and M HB many other things. They range from Y2 yard to IB ID 3 and 4 yards to the piece. Remember, you get TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE j I If you desire to make over a dress in any way, 1 ' IB bring it to the store and we will assist you to find a IS j, match among these short pieces. Cotton remnants Yl Closing o u t chil- fl such as percale, dren's hats prices gingham, lawns, cal- from Nico and poplins 15c AND UP i j Children's dresses all sizes Coats, suits and IB jQ dresses now on sale II Beautiful crepe voile Ladies' house dresses ki r 1 ' in white and colors IQr id just in fj I II PAINE HURST ( I THE POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE f