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m 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. MONDAY, JULY 13, IVI4.
II NEW NEEDLEWORK IDEAS FOR SUMMER m7 YjSlm -4 9 smc m "F1?? HSf. X 1 j Not a few prudent women are now planning necdle-m.de gifts for Christmas, and it is not , WF B f BT8 TF AS homel of o MCar,ane "?Un,efd n.d'rlveth's service to those who asked, hut the num. bit too soon. Christmas i. only f.ve months .way We have a great many happy suggestions for JMm IB- b,r o? rlts .T r th.t E become ipossTble to attend to them all and give at- ( I Christmas wooers that we p.an so far in advance, Instruction in ... of the new needlework ,. GOODVpLACfe TO TRADE ffi th." !S& in X USJ StKSibi. room is provided and ... f.tt.n,, 91vert without cnarge. , , w will be made here except In most unusual cases. . i ' 1 July Sales For Tomorrow and Week Iff I I Good Times in Ogden Some say thrvt business is dull. We disagree with them. We must judge, of course, by the vol ume of trade in this store. In May this year our sales were larger than for any corresponding j month in our history. The sales for June were ' greater than the sales for June of last year. The I sales of July up to date are greater than for the corresponding time of last July. So that while there is probably less business in some sections, Og den is in very good condition at least that is our experience. Perchance there is a reason for the increase in the sales at this store. We can think of no one ac tion which would cause this increase so much as our New Policy. You remember that on the first of the ,i year we discontinued the giving of special discounts. We declared that every customer of the store should have the same price and that always the lowest I price possible. That policy has been religiously j observed. It will be the future policy of this store always. Hundreds of shoppers count their week I Iy savings in the pennies and nickles and dimes I which this new policy gives to them, j But aside from that, Ogden is enjoying good I times, and the physical condition of the immediate , surrounding country assures prosperity for Weber I county this fall. H W. H. Wright Sons Co. I 11 if w " I new mason Jars on fl Sale M 1-pt. Mason Jars, dor 53c 1-qt. Mason Jars, doz... . 68c I 1-2-gal. Mason Jars, doz 87c I New Rubbers for Mason Jars, I U doz 6c I a Good heavy Tumblers, clear glasB each 3c ! H Brown Glass Thin Tumblers, dec- .'! orated, each 6c TABLE GLASSWARE H J Long Lemonade Glasses, thin, each 8c S Colonial Goblets, footed, esch 12c kg Sherbet Glasses, footed, each . 9c ;'! a Sherbet Glasses, handled, each 13c rr- ' ODD ENDS OF CHINA. j Handy pieces from broken sets in I I china and semi-porcelain. Bowls, j 3 cups and saucers, vegetable dlsh- fl es, covered dishes, platters and I I plates all good designs excellent jj 3 ware. To close out at just half I I price. j5 SALE OF HAMMOCKS. s Complete clearance will now be I 1 j made of the entire stock of ham j y mocks. Only a few are mentioned. II I $7.50 Hammocks on sale . .$4.98 "i 3 $2.50 Canvas Hammocks on J jri sale $1.69 H J I $3.00 Hammocks on sale $1.98 H J SALE OF SUIT CASES. I Strong fiber Suit Cases, very light and very strong; made with leath I er handle, brass corners, brass I fl locks and well made $2 value I on sale , -$1-39 i H Brown fiber Suit Cases, looks like Jj H leather and will wear just as well: rfl light and strong, brass lock and I! trimmings; $3 value on sale $1.98 I SALE OF BROOMS. Brooms which are made especially 1 j for us and are of the very best I quality: j! 40c Brooms on sate 24c I j 50c Brooms on sale 35c ' I - j 60c Brooms on sale 48c f BEST MATCHES 2 1-2c. I I Non-poisonous Matches, the best -'&f matchet now being shipped Into I ,J the state; sold everywhere at 5c I , a box. Not more than two cartons H fl to a customer; carton ' contains 8 H boxes; at per box 2 1-2c I Sale of Shoes BED ROOM SLIPPERS. iPL Ladles' Bed Room Slippers; red WJsl brown, black, no heel, pon pon CP ii trimmed; all sizes 60c INFANTS' SANDALS, 68c. 1$$S I Infants' two and three-strap San- Hf d', patent leathers; sizes 1 to 5; 00 9le 68c $$m TABLE BARGAINS. 9 Table of Shoes, size 5 to 8; vlcl I k,d and calf 'ce or button; very fl sturdy; on sale ,98c EV'i I BOY SCOUT SHOES, fpik Boy Scout Shoe In black or tan, Wm fu" tt0ck caf skin, elk soles, sizes 34 5 to 8 1-33? 8 1-2 to 13, $1.58; ffiS; 13 1-2 to 2, $1.83; 2 1-2 to 6. $2.19 E8 CHILDREN'S SHOES $1.48. Odds and ends of misses' and chil- WM, drcn's Shoe8 in sizes 8 1-2 to 2. 453 Values to $2.35; on sale $1.48 18 $4 OXFORDS, $2.39. jflrcjj Entire stock of Ladles' Button Ox. K fords, suede, gun metal, patent Bsm, leather and vici kid; value to $4.50 jjjB 1 on sale $2-39 $6o50 ILmbroideries 98c Forty-five inches wide, handsome embroidery flouncings with edges of dainty Venice lace. The finest lace patterns we have shewn. Actually worth to $6.50 a yard. Buy jusl what you want at, per yard 98c $2.59 ILin broideries 58c Embroidery flouncings with fine Venice edges and colored flouncings from 27 to 45 inches wide. The regular $2.50 values. New that the pieces are small they are to be closed out entirely at, per yard 58c $1.3Q ILinbroideries 48c From the May Embroidery Sale remnants of various lengths. Voile flouncings, 45 inches wide, in a great var iety of pretty patterns. Buy just as much or little of them as you wish. Closing out at, per yard 48c . t NILW SILK DRESSES Clever $15 Values ' $7.95 gtlsL Clever Silk Dresses which were design cci not mere than sixty days ago. Dres- i ses 1,V1C Wul appear in very good company this fall and winter. Dresses ,iB"vH:'A or afternoon or even party wear. Silk jB"j ' cu"esses which your dressmaker would E&mMt j not make for less tlian Slo. There are . JlttffigjBL still some splendid models here to be rtifl Bfik closed out at $7.95 j pP $io Summer Dresses U $1.98 w!' ? im1 'r Cearance Ladies' Summer Wylji Dresses at a price which should take JpcaHy every one out the first day, Dresses of jjjjWff lingerie, ratine, crepes and some of M&jffl woolen materials ; dresses which were BKaKrijf nere ast season and some of them are ffigBgs!'' slightly soiled. Many prudent women vil2 buy these and use them to good effect. Actually worth to $10. For quick clearance S1.9S 5c a Yard: Wash Goods Remnants Remnants of Wash Goods which are slightly soiled. In the lot are lawns, batistes and a great assortment of wash mate rials of the better sort the materials which sell from the piece at from 15c to 20c a yard. Because these are rumpled we pro pose to close them out quickly at 5c a yard. Remnants will not be cut. Basement 9c a Yard Embroideries Remnants Soiled Embroideries worth to 50c a yard. A lot of embroidery remnants in the Basement The lot includes edges and bands and flouncings which are worth up to 50c a yard. Some of the flouncings are 45 inches wide. The edges are becoming soiled, hence the very low price of 9c a yard. Basement. New House Dresses 79c Clean looking House Dresses of Percale and Gingham new patterns and new styles every dress in this lot is of this season's stock, and all sizes are here for those who come early. Jbfl jjF Well made in a variety of attractive styles, B" Four-in-One ri1 Dresses lli'l HlTESlKl' f Utility House Dresses which I B BraSBm,icA are sPPed 011 a coat aru III uiBiMBp which button in front with only m 1 1 jTT7"!! two buttons. Some new num- 'ifer$flK bers were just received fresh Mr ' D HH patterns and styles which aro -a J WP very summery. The July Sale Prices apply to the entire line. Clearance of All Millinery This clearance sale of Millinery does not apply to only a few of the lowest selling models it applies to the entire millinery stock. As we told you last week, the summer season is over as far as millinery design ing is concerned. Great ship ments of fall hats will be here before very long, so that the present millinery stocks must be reduced. Indeed, the inten tion is to sell out every hat which is not in stock. There are some splendid values here for those who do not delay too long. Second Floor. $1.50 Cedar Mop 69c Genuine Cedar Oil Mop, in tin can with long handle ; limit the sale on to a customer; regular SI. 50 value for 69c Cedar Oil, for polishing and re newing the mop ; 90c full can on sale 48c Best Toilet Paper 5c Large roll St, Regis Toilet Pa per, fabric finish, the very best paper on the market, on sale 5c ppSp! Beginning 'llptl Tomorrow fMyiP 25c for New style 1 ' 4Pf. Tungsten Lamps . I -v lAn A remarkable one week sale begins to-i.f- h oCT morrow in the Basement. The new style I Jl j ' tungsten electric light globes are to be 1 Jj sold at 25c. Never have these excellent V ' S!5J Jar new amP3 been sold for less than 35c and V Ssh 'to"- n some cases the price has been 40c. y-ys55!p8StS'0 e ot wich is to be on sale tomorrow fcoB&CiEcc&bSj anc we.e s perfectly new stock lamps which will give a perfect white brilliant light and will use much less electric current than the old style carbon lamps which sell at this mice. These lamps are made to stand the shocks and jars which globes arc sure to get They are perfect in every respect. The selling begins tomorrow in the Bargain Basement. Buy ail you want at 25c Clearance of Silks and Linens $150 FOULARDS, 88c. 1,50 BROCADED RATINES 68c Fancy Foulards and Tourist Brocaded Silk Ratines, a full Stripe, in new colors and de yard wide, in most of the sea Signc ggc son's most de3irable shades 68c $2 BROCADES $139. 75c WHITE GOODS, 25c. Fancy Brocaded Silks 40 Novelty White Goods crepes, . . ratines, crepe voiles, ranging In inches wide In light and dark Wdth from 27 ,ncnes to 36 colors, $2 values . .$1.39 30c WHITE GOODS, 14c. 1 is DnMcrtr cii s ao- "-rN- Fancv White Goods. Including This Shantung Silk is 32 in. Swisses, Medeas, Repps, Pop wide and is guaranteed all pure "ns, etc. July Clearance silk, $1.25 value 48c pr,ce 14c 25c SECO SILKS. 19c. TABLE LINENS. The aenuine Seco Silk, in a full J2 Mercerized Tabe Cloths, , beautiful floral designs, size assortment of colors. The 25c 64x71 jnch5s " $1 59 value 19c $2 50 Mercerized Table Cloths, -,r .i ,y r,AT.K,r-- o floral designs, slze 64x107 inch 75c SILK RATINES, 48c. es rfiady to use at $1 g8 Silk Ratines, 27 inches wide, in $1 .25 Mercerized Napkins, size plain and brocaded, all of the 18x13 inches. In attractive flor- beot patterns. On sale at. .48c al designs, per dozen 88c $1.75 Mercerized Napkins, in $1.75 SILK RATINES, 63c soft heavy quality, size 20 by This offer includes the entire 20 inches on rale $1.38 line of Fancy Ratines all col- $1.98 Mercerized Napkins, ors, all designs, plain and bro- ready hemmed, neat floral de caded. 40 and 48 inches wide, signs, size 22x22 inches, yard 68c at $1.48 Men's Suits $19.75 $27 Values This clearance time in the Men's De partment. All of the handsome Hart Schaffner Marx Suits which axe of the $27.50 value and which are all this sea son's best styles best materials are now offered at $19.75 They are selling very fast and we urge selection while the size3 are htre $19.75 t- Young Men's Suits at Half jUC Suits for the young men who wear long fjb Jj trousers. These are all good materials vT i Jf and the styles are much like those of this U season. M $7.00 Suits $3.50 $10.00 Suits . $5.00 $8.00 Suits $4.00 $12.50 Suits ... 56.25 B gj) $9.00 Suits $4.50 $13.00 Suits ... $6.50 M Boys' Knee Pant Suits M Suits which will be proper weights for I iHjj this fall and winter, as well as the sum- j Bwj mer weights. All of the very newest WM styles having the knickerbocker pants and J Sb the Norfolk jackets, 1 jBj $2.45 Suits... $1.65 $5 CO Suits ... $3.35 P' $3.00 Suits. . $1.95 $6 00 Suits $3.95 " $3 50 Suits . . $2.45 $7 00 Suits ... $5.35 $4.00 Suits $2,65 $9.00 Suits . $5.95 $4.50 Suits . $3.15 $10.00 Suite ... $6.65 $3.50 Junior Dresses 98c FOR SMALL GIRLS OR SMALL Xjjfc WOMEN By "Junior" Dresses we mean those which fi are made for the girls of 13 to 18 years long dresses which are very frequently sold to small women who cannot find their ) sizes in the regular women's stock. 'jM These are dresses from last season, hence S the price of 98c instead of $3.50, which is their actual value. There is a variety of 3 materials and in every case the goods Ma&BA are worth more than we now ask for the cxS) completed dress. Genuine $3.50 values for quick clearance at 98c in i in i nm in ii i m aacgB ea a ----- "" 1 - Art Needlework Linen Centers, tinted and solid, for outline embroidery, from 16 to 27 inches diameter; values to 75c; on 8ale .'28c White Linen Centers, 22 and 24 In ches. stamped ready for embroid ering; 60c to 75c values; on 38c Tinted Scarfg and Pillow Tops to match, all ready for use; on sale at 38c Stationery Dept. Large assortment of box Station kfn4d'h"U ind 24 12c Initialed Stationery in box Dln did linen finish .. ' 8P'n' 38c Steamboat P,ay,ng Carda, pack 4c Waldorf Playing Carda 24o Envelopes, linen finish, pack.. 8e - LLHLHLHLfl . p More of Those New j Waists 98c Si Kat wit! A hundred new styles arc p ready for you those excellent & waists which have had such a 0t, tremendous sale at 98c. Of course 98c is not the real value 5! E there is not a waist m the lot poij worth less than $1.50 And pd there is n.t an old style among are Joh them, Every customer buys g cyc more than they expected. You'll I Jj appreciate the reason when you B Co see the new assortment. Sec- 9 oo ond Floor. A Cool Knit Underwear E Par Ladies' Summer Vests The fl at i "Cumfy-Fit" style which is the I fal most comfortable vest made. On A io Z L. D. S. Garments. These gar- I ser ments would be twice this price Q Iih if we had all sizes, but there are now only sizes 32 and 34. Sum- IS ing mer weights 38c I pec Children's Vests, the summer S ;Tu,: u lars weights, high necks with long SI v or short sleeves; 25c values is only 19 f Children's Pants, summer I ' R weight, both knee and ankle lengths are offered 19 I 8te Ira Hosiery Specials 1 1 Children's fine ribbed Hose, I either black or white, sizes 5 1- g 9 1-2 12c fl U Infants' black Cotton Hose. 1 M sizes are 4 1-2 to 6 1-2. Oo hi saJe 7 1 2c I 1 Ladies' cotton Hose in either white or tan, excellent value, I If all sizes 8c 3 Ladies' white Hose, silk lisle, I J extra garter top, double heel and toe 19c I w Child's Rompers 19c e An exceUent lot of play romp. i ?4 m for the smaller children a ft 6 years. Material are 1- "0"' chambray and gingham in the i value, which you have seen at I & no. July Clearance Price I .1 " 19 'j