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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914.
E. L BROWN OF THE! HO flUK GUEST Of 06DENITES Vice President E L. Brown of the Denver & Rio Grande and Western Pacific railroad!, with Mrs. Brown and a party of prominent D. Sr R. G officials, arrived ill Ogden early yes terday evening and passed the night and a major portion of today here. The other officials were J. Russell, assistant vice president; A. S. Hughe? general traffic manager; J. T. Owvnn, chief engineer, and A. B. Apperson, general superintendent The party came to Ogden in Mr Brown's private cars, D & R. G. "A No. 1" and W. P 'A No. 2." from Denver, Mr. Apperson joining at Salt Lake City. General Agent Frank Fouts of the Denver & Rio Grande met them here and this morning they were taken for a rid about the city and up Ogden canyon in M. S. Brown ing's automobile with Marrlncr Browning at the wheel. , On the return trip, the party was K conveyed to the Weber club, where the visiting officials. Mrs. Brown and Mr, Fouts were guests of Messrs -Joseph Scowcroft, president of the Weber club, M. S. Browning and L. R. Kicles, at a finely appointed luncheon. Mesdames Scowcroft and Eccles were also at the luncheon. The railroad men are on one of their general inspection trips and be fore leaving Ogden, stated that they -ie much taken up with business conditions in this locality The city ( c.me in for much special praise, the members of the party being much j pleased with its attractive features , The party departed for Salt Lake 1 City at 1:15 p. m and will go west from there over the Western Pacific. , oo THE ISIS TONIGHT. Ogden "s famous boy in Zudora in j jne of the greatest two-reel features ever shown in the Isls. Mr. Crux nill appear at the Isis every Tuesday and Wednesday. Each episode com plete in itself. Orchestra in after noons. (Advertisement). NEW MOTOR PUMPING ! ENGINE TESTS 01 MONDAY The new motor pumping engine re ceived by the fire department wos tested in speed this afternoon. Chief Canfield directing the machine on a run to Five Points. At 2 p. m , Monday next, pumping tests are to be made at the hydrant in front of the First National bank, as follows: No. 1. Two 600-foot lines each of 2 1-2-inch hose from Hydrant to the rear of the Eccles block, siarnesed into a 3-inch stand pipe running to the J roof, a distance of 106 feet; 100 feet of 2 1 2-lnch hose attached to the stand pipe on the roof running to the cornice on the Twenty-fourth street side of the building, using l inch smooth bore nozzle tip. No. 2, Same as No 1, only pump ing water from the hydrant with the motor pump. No 3 One thousand feet of 2 1 2 inch hose layed north from Twenty fourth street to Twenty-third street and doubled back, using 1-inch noz zle tip No. 4. Two "0-foot sections of 2 1-2-inch hose siarnesed into deluge-set using two-inch nozzle tip. No. 6. Three 50-foot sections of 2 1-2-inch hose, using 1-inch nozzle tip and two 1 1-4- tips. Washington avenue and Eighteenth street, pumping water from Ogden riv er: No. 6. Two 50-foot sections of 2 1-2-inch hose siarnesed into deluge-set, using 2-inch nozzle tip No. 7. One thousand-foot line of 2 1-2-inch hose using 1-inch nozzle tip, oo JACOB PHILLIPS IS; INI SERIOUS CONDITION I 1 It is reported from the Dee hospital ( this afternoon that Jacob Phillips of , j 2037 Madison avenue, who collided , with a Twenty-first street car Sun- , dav evening and sustained broken ribs and other injuries, is in a crit ical condition and that he may not survive the day. The old gentlemen sustained Inter nal injuries and his 81 years have beea a handicap to his recovery It will be recalled that Mr Phil lips was on his wav home from church Sundav evening, and, In cross ing the street car track at the inter section of Madison avenue and Twen-tv-first street, he was struck by a car and hurled to the ground Three ribs were broken and be was other wise injured A A Noggle, who sustained a brok en rib and other injuries when he fell to the bottom of the basement at the rear of the Interurban Terminal building on Twenty-fourth street. Sat urday is reported as Improving EVELYN THAW PICTURE PROVES HIT AT GLOBE The Globe theatre played to capac ity houses vesterday afternoon ami evening. The audience expressed their appreciation of Professor Thompson s efforts and his augmented orchestra in a rendition of classical numbers, which did credit to this popular or ? .nlzation Mrs. Thaw's work before the camera is excellent. "Threads of Destiny" is a story of Russian peas- jlBP SANiT SAYS: "BUY GIFTS FROM HARRY DAVIS AND SAVF" I fT CHRISTMAS JEWELRY SALE I ; : Sgp . AN EVENT WITHOUT A PARALLEL I 0- My entire magnificent $25,000 stock of guaranteed watches, diamonds, jew- 1 1 fW0l eIry' etc-' goes m one great sacr'fice not in January or July but now, right B fMm at the height of the gift-buying season. H EWmf&:K - Vk Reckless nder-pricing to double my business. I know that twice as many I lm H HI 5 N 0gden peop!e wi!l visit my store and 1 know that all who come will remain my H mgk I & V Sst fns and patrons. So I wipe out regular profits, cut prices without mercy and IBKIK W, A XW l ffer yu tae greatest opportunity of a lifetime to give quality gifts at small lyfhink Of It! I Big Bens and Baby Bens, never sold elsewhere for less than $2.50, while I TSt' 1 And everything else in "the store with the guarantee" equally underpriced. Startling I 'I I va'ues smazing chances to save. Make this YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE. Come early I - IS and De sure nf f irst selections. A SMArnTou PE if TICLE Y0U WANT I JUST TO SUGGEST THE HOST OF WONDERFUL BARGAINS: I ! THE FOLLOWING LIST GIVES AN IDEA OF THE BEAUTIFUL GIFTS YOU CAN BUY HERE FOR LITTLE MONEY. Thousands More at My Store. Call and See. j THINK OF IT! THINK OF IT' THINK OF IT! THINK OF IT! THINK OF IT! THINK OF IT! THINK OF IT! THINK OF IT! THINK OF IT! jU Ladies' Elein Diamonds are Ay, f'i a K'i or Walt ham Gentlemen "s El- . , . Im. - B . I have just received a big shipment of offered at 25 cnest oi sn- 0ne special lot of Six hollow handle E or wait nam One special lot of Three-taece Baby , J . , ,& r verware, con- mftf Watches in 20- gin or Wal- r elegant mantle clocks. They are gnaran- under regular taini' 26 gold and gold-filled Roger Bros 1847 sil- I year guaran- tham Watches beautiful ear-drops, ets, kime, fork and teed by the manufacturer to keep perfect Pne "d one . a sterl- tie mns beautiful de- . V VFi teed gold filled in 20-year guar- spoon They'll last time for 10 years and if they fail to do sPecial loVf Invar rf V'16 ver knives and forks, t.' cases, regular antecd, gold- regularly $1.25 and sc, he will pay all shipping charges to Smne dia- tern hi vue signs, values up to fl big value! at filled case, reg- . a life-time, worth d from thPe factory and repair free of m on d engage d5 $2.50. Take your at tbe one low price j S15, during this ularly $14.50, S1 50' one P"ce $L50f now ch A beautiful gift, radically un- menfn"f wel! ing this Christ- rhmrp qt of sale at now offered at derpriced. wortb $40 a mL sale Slfl.35 $9 g 48C jggffi ::::::::: S4gS $7.75 45G $8,50 I THIS GREAT SALE IS ON IN FILL BLAST BEGINNING TOMORROW THURSDAY ! SI Only a suggestion of the multitude of wonderful va lues is given in the above list. If you will visit my store on Washington in the Eccles Building, you will find hundreds of equally remarkable bargains. A Christmas sale without a parallel! Come early. Make your selections. Don't mi ss this extraordinary value-giving sale of dependable, TO liable, unfalteringly guaranteed jewelry. 1 - .I;1 hj iya VHA RS2H eBk jUmr H ''y ' k Mry l A '7 iBBPi fliH ,nj 3r MM wBB k "THE STORE WITH THE GUARANTEE" I ON WASHINGTON IN THE ECCLES BUILDING. I I YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE I antry filled With heart interest from beginning to end. The doorn open at 1:45. cuilain at 2 and 3::10 p. m. Two shows after noons; evenings 6:15, curtain 6: 30 until 11 o'clock. Shows at 0:30. 8. jO and 9 50 o'clock. (Advertisement ) PRICES OS PORK ID SAUSAGE QUOTED BY LOCAL SHOP Prlcps on pork and sausage today by the- Independent market are about the same as have prevailed tho past two weeks, with no prospects of a change during the present week, They follow: FORK. Legs pork $ .20 Shoulder pork 15 Fresh side pork 20 Sparo ribs 15 Fresh pigs" feet 05 l.oin of rib roast pork 20 Pork tenderloin 40 Fancy baeonside 30 Fancy bacon sliced 3fi M. C. bacon Bide 25 H. C. bacon sliced 30 Dry Bait pork -0 Pickled pork side 20 H. C hams 20 Pickled pork sliced 20 Fancy hams ... 20 Sliced hams 25 Han hocks .15 Boiled haul hocks 20 Boiled hams, whole 30 Boiled hams, sliced 35 SAUSAGE. All pork 20 Halt and half 15 Hnmbergcr 15 Welners 1C Frankfurters 16 Knockwurst Bologna 10 Ham bologna 16 Bdetwurat 16 Blood sausage ti Head cheese 14 Pressed Corn beef 25 Pressed chicken 36 Pressed veal Pressed pigs' feet 15 Pickled pigs' feet 1 Haw corn beef . J Deviled ham 2!i Dried beef 35 oo Dea&s and Fnnenis FREBORG The funeral of Andrew (Freborg will he held tomorrow at 2 p m lu the Swedish Lutheran church at the corner of Twenty-third nre..t and Jefferson avenue. The bods may be viewed nt the home this evenln and tomorrow until noon. The Intel ni.-nt .'. ill be made in tho City j i .'in.'t ry. 00! WEATHER WORKS A HHP 01 THE HERDS Sheepmen complain that the con tinued dry weather is working a hardship on the herds, as the animals are not able to reach the better win ter rangeB. Nine weeks but 11 1 tie moisture has fallen, either In the mountains or on the deserts, which lins necessitated the holding of flocks near watering places on the border line of the western desertB Fred V. lierringtou stater, that sheep are not iu the best of condi tion at this time, due to the con tinued dry weather and that the herds have been held at watering places near tho winter ianges so long that there Is but little feed left The springs, too, have frozen over and It has been difficult for sheep to get water. Some sheep men are trans porting water at a heavy cost, in order to have their herds to the des ert Grass on the desert is good but It cannot be reached until snow flies. Recently a little snow fell in the uplands but It did no good for the lower elevations where sheep must winter if they are not fed. in eastern Nevada, sheepmen are arranging to i i p their flocks to the naj fields at Lovelock and the South ern Pacific has offered very low rates. MEETING TD BE HELD! AT CITlf HALL Oi THURSDAY Mayor A. G. Fell has fixed Thurs day ovening at 8 o'clock. In the City hall building, for a meeting of repre sentatives of churches, aid and social organisation, and others who desire to attend, for the purpose of organiz ing an aid association for the allevia tion of suffering in the war zones of Europe It is planned to havo tho Ogden r.ssoclatlon co-operate with the Bed Cross society of the nation and the world. The mayor Is indisposed at, his home, having suffered tho past day or two of grippe He was not able to attend the commissioners' meeting yesterday nor today. oo Read tho Classified Au; I sflnmiiiiji TopIdYIoWs New "ork, Dec. 2. Extreme dull ness characterized the opening of tho bond market on the stock ex change today. Trading in the first ten minutes embraced less than ten issues and transactions were In small lots. Only a few changes were no ted. Central Leather 5 s advancing 1-1 of a point. St. Paul convertible 4 1-2's, Southern Pacific convertible o's and Texas company convertible r,'s declined minor fractions. Sugar. New York. Dec. 2. Raw sugar, steady; molasses, $3.30; centrifugal. $3.35; refined, steady. Liverpool Grain. Liverpool. Dec. 2. Wheat, spot firm1 1 manltoba, 9b 11 l-2d; 2, Us j 1-L'd. 3. i)s 6d, 2 hard winter, I's 4 l-d futures, firm; December, 9s 5d Corn Spot. quiet: American mixed now, 6s lid; futures, strong, December, 6s 7 l-2d, January, 5s 7 3-4d. New York Produce Market. New York. Dec 2 Butter, steady, unchanged; receipts 8360 tubs Cheese ,iUiet unchanged; receipt! 2817 boxes. Eggs irregular: receipts 5977 cases, state Pennsylvania and nearby hen nery whites. 684962a Dressed poui- In very dull; western roasting chick ens. 14 1-2 18c; fresh fowls, 12 1-248 17 l-i'c; turkeys 1J20. j New York Exchange. 1 New York, Dec. 2. Mercantile pa- per 4 l-2&5. Sterling exchange, steadv; 60-day bills. $4.86: for cables. I 4.89.85; tor demand. $4.89.15. Bar silver, 49 7-8c. New York Cotton. j Now York, Dec. 2 Cotton futures j closed steady; December, $7 15; Jan uary $7 31. March. $7.48. May. $7.60; July.' 7.75Q October, $7.92. CHICAGO GRAIN Chicago. Dec. 2 Wheat: 2 red. 1.14 1-201.16 7-8; 2 hard. $1.14 3-4 1.16 1-S Com, 2 yellow, new 64 i v 8 yellow new, 62 1-2S 63 l-4c. j uu : white. 48 l-4fi y-4c; standard. . ,. pi l-4c Ke No 15 $1-08 1-'. Barley, 60 77c Timothy. $3.754 60. j Clover $12 i 1 I 50. Pork. $10. oO. 1 Lard $2.66. Ribs. $9.129.75. afterward a reaction In wheat took j place, chiefly In the December option and intluenced somewhat by predic- j lion of continued liberal receipts aorthwest The close was the same j as last night to 3-4c higher. L'xport sales and assertions that at nil points east were light helped to sustain the advance CIob ng prices were steady at 1-4QM-8C