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, THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, THURSDAY,
n Big Inducement
I Thursday, Friday and Saturday
(f I 3 can com, 26c; 3 cans Tomatoes, 25c ; sugar, 16 pounds,
J SI. 00; Flour, SI. 00 per sack ; 3 large cans milk, 25c , 40c coffee.
I 30c ; rice, 4 pounds, 25c , beans, 4 pounds, 25c , colored soaps,
d) 7 bars, 25c ;' crackers, 3 pkgs, 25c ; butter, 35c per pound ; fresh
eggs, 25c; Silver Gloss starch, 10c pkg; spuds, 75c per cwt;
bottle bluing, 5c per bottle; lye, 3 cans, 25c, Sanitary cleanser,
5c per can; Swift's Pride Cleanser. 5c per can; Lighthouse
1 I Cleanser. 5c per can, Gold Dust, 20c per pkg; K C B. Powder,
25c can, 20c; Maple syrup, 45c cans, 35c , Pork and Beans. 3
cans, 25c; raiEiiu, 2 pkgs., 15c ; currants, 3 pkgs, 30c; Salt, 6
JJrmg your CASH and save 20 to 25 per cent. 5
Langiols Meat &
Cor. 24th St. and Grant Ave. Phone 2060 and 2061
Dp STANDARD TELEPHONES
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Department, Call Only Phono No
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A I 1
1 Dancing clues at Weber Academy is
Hi postponed for one week.
W Riveters at Work After a short
-H suspension of work yesterday rivet -
kWm ers are busy again today on the gas
111 holder for the Utah Light & Railway
R & G The yellow butter in the
yellow varton, labeled "Cloverleaf."
rhoiie our proper for a pound todaj
tf Stopped by Snow Excavation worl
H was begun on the Elite cafe annex
B yesterday morning but was discon-
H tinued at noon on account of the
I heav fall of snow.
Miss Sylvia Dee is now located at
155 Wash ave with a complete line
of art needlework.
At Hot Springs W" rt h the compli
ticn of the improvements now under -B
way at the Ftab Hot Spring OgdeD
,- i ii t iv -!.! will have a Jtrictlj up
I to-date health report. The owners of
the property have taken the springs
S over and will operate the resort
themselves, with Dr .John D Martin.
Early Spring showing by Stafford
B Millinery Co., first door south 1
, gree Bank.
Wins in Contest Waldo Nelson
was the only successful contestant in
it a contest held at the Weber Academy
yesterday for a diploma given by the
Underwood Typewriter company. Tie
IB wrote a net average of 12 noils a
minute for 10 minutes.
Old papers fcr sale at this office;
25c per hundred.
Parry Estate ' : . Ann Parry, j
president, and Sumner P. Nelson. I
i secretary ol the Joseph Parry Invest-!
ment company, filed notice In the '
I county clerk's office yesterday after-!
(noon that at a meeting of stock hold-1
J crs February 21 It was unanimously
I decided to amend the articles of in
corporation in such way as to prohib
it the sale of stock by members of
I the company to outside parties until
I the stock holders were first given an
opportunlt) to purchase, and that no
loan shall be made to a stockholder
for more than 50 per cent of the mar
ket value of stock at the time of the
Dr Budlong, dentist, has removed
his dental office to 3469 Washington
avenue, over Paine & Hurst.
Case Continued In Judge Howell's
division of the district court the fur
ther hearing of the case of C. H.
Murdock against S. 11. Slate has been
continued until March 3.
Kodak finishing Tripp studio.
Anderson Case In the case of
Peter Vuderson against the Denser ,
Kio Grande company in the district
court, by stipulation the defendant is
given until March 8 in which to pre
pare and serve a bill of exceptions.
t the Rex tonight only, extra two
reel Balkan war pictures, actual
scenes on the battle field.
District Judges Judge James
Howell is holding court at Farming
ton and Judge Nathan J. Harris will
attend to court business at Morgan
the early part of next week
Cat) 421 for the news, editorial and
society departments of the Standard.
Iceless Company The Australian
Iceless Refrigerator company has en
larged its scope of operations to In
clude the state ol" Colorado, and the
company hai established office quar
ters at 2562 Washington avenue.
Born The stork called at 7 o'clock
Tuesday morning at the home of Mr
and Mrs W. Q Guuther. 2151 Grant
avenue, and left them B 7 pound baby
New York, Feb. 26. -Alfred De Oro,
pocket billiar champion of the world,
further increased his lead over Thom
as TuestOD, the challenger tonight in
the second night's plav in their match
for the title. The score now stands.
De Oro 400. Hueston 221.
De Oro made high run- of 36 and
25: Hueston IS and 14
The final block will be played to
i morrow night.
Ogden Theatre j
THE A RING TON STOCK COMPANY
Three Nights, Commencing
With Matinee Saturday. I
The Great Sensational Comedy-Melodrama
I 'Tennessee's Pardner'
Clever Specialties Between the Acts.
I Mutinee Piices: 10 and 20 Cents 1000 Seats at 10 cents.
1 Regular Matinee, Wednesday and Saturday.
Evening Prices: 10c, 20c and 30c.
Box Office Open Daily, 10 a m.. to 9 p. m Phone 220.
Next Attraction j
Commencing Sunday, MARCH 2nd. I
The Great Feature Event of Our Entire Season.
ONE SOLID WEEK
I A Stupendous Production of Geo. M. Cohan's Greatest Play
"45 Mimuies From Broadway"
The ADVANCE SALE for the ENTIRE WEEK is now
on at the Box Office.
Positively no scats will be held later than 8 o'clock J I
I II at night for the evening performances, and 2 o'clock p. ra.
II lor the matinees. Reservations from out of town can be
HI made by calling phone 220. II
Wilson Plans to Occupy
President's Room at
i a.hington. Feb 27 Lively dis
cussion was precipitated in cbngres
jsional circles today by a published
I Btatemenl credited to President-elect
V, llson that lie intended to spend part
,o: each working day in the president's
room at thr capitol to keep in closer
touch with legislative oftlccs Such
action on the pari of the president i
I would overturn a precedent which ha
restricted the president's visit io the
capital to the last hours of a session I
j Democratic leaders today discusspd j
the reported plan of Mr. Wilson with
I reluctance, though many seemed to
favor it and the chier reason for the i
long established precedent of keeping i
the president In the White House a
mile away from the capital Is said to;
be a sentiment in the house and sen
ate which is said to have originated
from fear of "presidential influence"!
Jon contemplated legislation.
Wilson Plan Not Favored.
Feme senate leaders said toda
ihe believed Mr Wilson would find j
it impossible to leave his executive
duties and isii the capitol from day;
j to day and that he would not find
' It so easy lo confer over the progress
!of legislation at the capitol as at the
I V. hits House
; fome Democrats expressed tbo i
opinion that such advances of a pres. t
I Ident might not be receive,! with faor
' if he attempted to keep a hand on
' Much will depend on what he
comes for. " said Senator Tillman "If
he comes to advise with us we shall
be clad to have lilm. if he comes to
! dictate to us as 1 don't believe he
would, we should not want him here
, When be has an Opportunity, to study
conditions at a closer range I think
he will change his mind about com
ing.'' Three Senators Approve
Senators Fletcher. Democrat, and
Burton, Republican, spoke approving
ly of the plan
'"We shall be glad to have him; It
ill give us an opportunity to get ac
quainted.' said Mr. Rurton.
"It is a good thing to do if the
president can spare the time To
have the president In his room at the
capitol would greatlv facilitate busi
ness," said Senator Fletcher.
French Parliament Asks
Appropriation of One
Paris, Feb 27 The French parlia
ment was today asked to appropriate
$100,000,600 "for the renewal and In-j
crease of armaments and war mate-!
trials' This request was made by the
i ministers of war and linance, in a
note which si Id:
"Recent wars have shown convinc
ingly that a nation's means of defense
should be kept abreast of the progress
of science and military art Any in
feriority in this respect would be
more difficult to remedy during a
LADYBUGS TO SAVE
THE MELON CROPS
Sacramento, Cal , Feb. 27 Thirty
six million ladybugs have been cap
tured and caged tor shipment bv the
California state Inseetary and will be
Bent to various sections soon to save
the melon crops. The ladybugs prey
on the melon aphis, devastating In
sects that destroy the new vines Hop
growers will also be supplied with
Piof. S. H. Clark of Chicago will
appear on the Weber Academy lec
ture Course next Saturday night.
March I, in place of Dr. A. Gideon,
who was formerly announced. Prof
Clark will read Zangwlll'l great play,
The Melting Pot." (Advt.)
You say your husband contributes
nothing to your support." said the
"No. su h. nary a cent. That niggah
jest nai hally won't work. An' he's
done got plenty of debiliu, too, if he
only could use it " Judge.
Stop the Hurt
That s the first thing td do For cuts,
burns, bruises, bites or stings of in
sects, skiu irritations of any sort, ap
ply LI8TOGKN. Its antiseptic and
healing qualities are wonderful
1 REMEDIAL tSSBgai
The Guardian of Health
A perfect ami'eptir, disinfectant and
permicide of Particularly high Tbera
peuticvalue Pleaantto tate and smell.
As hirmlei as it is crriraciouj. An inval
uable first aid in sickness or accident.
I Get a Bottle Keep it Handy
Price 25c. 50c. and $ 1 per bottle at
Bolton Chemical Corp., Mfrs New
A. R. Mclntyre, Drugs
3421 Wash. Ave.
(Cout'nued From Page Two.)
Game With Havana
Youngsters Results in!
Close Score of 4 to 2 j
Tampa, Pla., Febk 26 The Cuhs
I won today's game from the youthful
athletes from Havana, 4 to 2.
The Tubs clouted out three runs In
the first' two Innings. After that they i
were practically helpless before the)
pitching of little .Tuan Acosta.
The closeness of the game pronabl
is due to the fad that the Cub team
Wi it made up ol recruits, although
Bvers and Reulbacn took part In the
I . -'hue for ; fcv. innings.
'I he Cuba played better ball after
the veterans had retired Martin'
Bergbammer outshone Bvers at sec
ond and i' was off Ruelbacb b delivery
thai i he ( ubans' two runs were made
Altogether 11 was not an encourag
ing exhibition on the pari of the blp
R. H E.
Chicago . 210 ooo 10 4 8 2
Havana . . 0l2 ooo 0002 fi 3
Batteries Reulbach, Sutcliff. Hum
phreys and Gilbert, Cotter and Heck
Inger; Acosta and T,ujan.
Rodel Stops Nelson in
New York, Feb. 27. The much
touted Boer, George Rodel, came In
under the wire a winner at the Fair
mont A (' last night He stopped
Ait .Ne'soi) of Chicago In the seventh
round Helereo Billy Joh called a
halt when Nelson seemed to be get
ting too much attention at the hands
of the Boer Poor Nelson was weary
of leg and heart when the curtain
was rung down.
Nelson was on his feet, but swaying
like a weeping willow.
Rodell looks like a good man. He
lacks experience, but more may be
hoard from him later.
The Jim Coffey-Jack McFarland
fight was a corker. McFarland was
whipped to a frazzle at the end ot
the fifth round MeFarland had all
the better of the first few rounds j
Coffey did uol get going until the
third round, when he began to un
cover some of the improvement that
he has been showing In his gymnasl- ;
um work. He popped his right across
as true as a die, and when he did i
McFarland began to wilt
In the fifth round Coffey went aft
I r McFarland like a champion Rights
and leftt; flew through the air so fasti
and furious thai McFarland early be
gan to fly the distress signal
When Coffey had him primed fori
the killing. Toh stepped into the breach j
and stopped it. Coffey right now Is
the best of the "Milte hopeless" crew j
The Ogden Amateur Athletic asso
elation fell quite a distance yesterday
afternoon. That is, they fell after
they were poshed.
And It was the little bunch of Ogden
llih school ball tossers that did the
heaing. despite the statements of
the Athletics that they uould mop the
floor with the boys on the hill
After the smoke had cleared away
at the end of 40 minutes of playing
that vas slightly rougher than usual,
the score stood 44 to 42 In favor ot
There was a great difference in th
size and age of the players on th--two
teams, but, after bucking up
against several of the state high
school teams, the High school fie
was not daunted by mere size and
look their opponents' measure upon
There vas great rejoicing In Hk
camp of the orange and black, but the
crepe was hung on the door of the
armory, where the Athletics hang out.
Warner If M Watson
Fuller rf Peterson
Ellis c C. Green well
Ruby rg. . . . . Allen
Cook 'S- Evans
BaskelB Fuller 4. Warner 8, ICllis
H. Ruby 2, Green well 9, Peterson 4.
Speaking of the account in this
morning's Kxamincr, Malcolm Watson,
former star of the Weber academy
and captain of the Ogden Athletic bas
ketball team, said that the Btatemenl
charging the Athletics with unsports
manlike conduct were false The
terms, "rough house players" and
"rough neck tactics." used by the
morning paper are unjust and untrue
What the object Can be," said Mr
Watson. "1 cannot guess, but the nov
ice v. ho wrote the account evidently
h.id never seen a basketball game We
played clean ball and by the Fxam
ners own account there w;is eleven
lonh-i (ailed on the High school to 7
( ailed on us This is the ri ret time
this association h;i been accused ol
aii iiuestlonablo acuon and the mem
bers demand proof or apology
"The Athletics are trying for clean
yporl and, If sufficient evidence It
brought forward to prove any mem
ber ungentlemanly In conduct the of
fender Immediately will be barred
from the club. All the Athletic play.
FEBRUARV 27, 1913 . f
J T j
Beautiful Display ol Inlaid Linoleums I I
The Four Leading Linoleum Mills in (he World I
Rixdofcr German Inlaid 6-6-in. wide $4.00 I
SkS Grade at $1.10 and .$1.25 lineal yd. I
$28 Seamless Velvet Rug $19 Wool and Fibre Rugs Reduced fl
Teheran Three Seamless velvet Rugs, size 9x12 all $16 50 Kaba. best grade wool and fibre Rugs, hand-
wool surface handsome Oriental designs Thurs- somc patterns. 9x12. size ' tn;n i
day, Friday, Saturday $19 00 n.ou u
$15.00 Kaba, wool and fiber Rugs 8.3x10.6 ..$10 50
S17.50 Tapestry $12.50 $25 phoemx Bath Ru9s- i.o !
Extra quality tapestry, 9xi2 feet, full worsted woo1 30 Phoenix Bath Rugs, 30x60 Inches $200
face very special . $12.50 $2.25 Red Star Ax Rugs, 27x54 inches 11.40 I
BOYLE FURNITURE CO. .fNIl I
I Easy Terms oi Credit Lowest Prices tF2 k " 5 e 5
i in yesterday's game are indignant
over the charges. (Signed.)
MALCOLM WATSON, Captain.
BIG CONTEST IN
After winning numerous straight
victories in the northern division of
the shite basketball league, the cham
pion Weber academy five will meet
the Granite high school team one of
the strongest teams in their division,
; tonight In the Weber auditorium The
j outcome is awaited with Interest by
j the fans of the state.
From the record of the ' Webs" in
.the northern dllslon they are looked
J upon as prospective state champions
by the remainder of the state and will
I have as their strongest contender the
I L. D S. team of Salt Lake Since
I the Granite team has given the L D.
S. team its hardest contest in that
division, a good line on the ability
of the Ogden team will be secured by
the match this evening, providing
both teams play in usual form.
Coach McKay 1b making every ef
' fort to have his men win the game.
is the outcome will do much toward
j encouraging his players for the finals
j at Provo in early March.
Outfielder Joe Tobin and Third
Baseman Harry Changnon. the only
holdouts on the Missoula team, have
now signed up, according to Blanken
Bhip, who Is getting the Missoula
'Freddie" Cordtz. an outfielder with
Salt Lake in 1911, has signed with
Cliff Hlankenship for this season and
will treat a Missoula uniform. Cordtz
was released by Tooley last year and
since that time has picked up consid
erable experience in the fielding ami
hitting line while playing In Califor
nia. His work with the bat should
aid the Missoula team greatly
After returning to Mlssonls from I
trip io Butte, Helena and Great Falls,
President E. C. Mulroney of the Un
ion association reports encouraging
conditions. He said he found the
Gn-;it Kiills people working hard for R
. ru with the support of the
fans of the city. "The want lo turn
Diamonds and Jewelry
always on sale at less
than what others pay
Money loaned on val
uables very reason
278 25th St.
C. H. SMITH, Prop.
half the responsibility of the club and
half of the games over to Lewis
ton," said President Mulroney, "and
1 don't see anything wrong with the
plan Lewiston Is a good baseball
city and will support a team well
The Great Falls people were to have
beard from their sister city but no
definite action had been taken when
! I left"
A B Conley. the left handed first
baseman who played 28 games with
Helena In 1911, has signed a contract
with Dann Shay -of that team this
Reports from Helena are to the ef
fect that they have been experienc
ing the same difficulty regarding the
disposal of stock in their club as was
experienced In Ogden, but, like Og
dvn, the clouds in Helena hae clear
ed to a great extent.
New Haen, Conn . Feb. 26 Yale's
swimming team defeated Columbia
here tonight 12 to 11, thus clinching,
"the eastern lnter-collegiate cham
pii n-hlp The blues relay team es
tabllshed I new inter-coliegiate rec
ord In the K'i( foot relay rare of one
j minute. 45 1-5 seronds The former
record was one minute. i' seconds
i made by Vale in the Princeton meet.
d vertleers must have their cony
ready for the Eveninr Standard Ihe
evening before the das on 'hich ihe
advertisement Is to appear in order to
Stock Market Irregular.
New York. Feb. 27. The stock mar
ket today lacked the sustained
strength shown yesterdaj and si
lt bough u higher range ot prh . s v.is
established, the movement was fitful
Various stocks responded largely to
special Influences, but thw general
market succumbed at intervals to
Investment buying was a factor in
strengthening stocks which ordinarily
rnoed conservatively and there was a
steady absorption of the newer Indus
trials which recently have gone
through a severe price adjustment.
Bonds were steady.
New York Exchange-
New York. Feb. 27 Prime mercan
tile paper. 5 per cent.
Sterling exchange, firm, with actu
al business in bankers bills at 4 B328
for 60 clay bills aud at 4.8760 for de
mand. Commercial bills. 4.82 3-4.
Bar silver. 60.
Government bonds steady.
Railroad bonds firm
.Money on call steady. 3?i3 1-2 per
cent: lowest. 3; ruling rate 8; clos
ing bid. 3; offered at 3.
Time loans firms; 60 days. 1 I JU
4 3-4 per cent. 90 days, 4 1-24 3-4;
six months, 4 1-2 Q
New York. Feb. 27. Standard cop
per stcadv, spot and February. 1 4 0
bll .March. April and May, 14,0043
14.50; electrolytic. 13 00; lake. 15 25;
casting, 14 75.
Tin Easv; spot and February, 47.80
(047.75: March. 47 25 J? 47.52'-j ; April.
Lead Steady; 4 2504. 35
Spelter- Quiet ; 6 lt 6 25
Antimony Oull ; Cookson's. 9.S5
Iron-Steady; No 1 northern. 1 8.00
18.60; No 2 northern 17 5oTr 15 0 :
I No. 1 aourhem. 18.00'18.50; No. 1
soul Bern soft, 18 00 C 18.86
Chicago. Feb. 27 Reports from In
dia that all crops were improving as
;i result of rains tended today to give
wheat a downward slant There were
I also prediction of more liberal ship
ments from Argentine. Favorable
weather conditions in the. Unitod
States winter wheat belt counted, loo.
against the bulls. The openiug was
unchanged to l-43-8 lower May
I started at 93 1-2 to 93 5-8. a shade to
l Kf14 off. and sagged to 93 3-8.
Prospects that the heavy movement
f from farms would be checked by
rough weather strengthened corn.
Mav opened 1-8 lower to a shade high
er at 53 3-8 to 53 l-25- 8and rose
j to 53 5-8 C 3-4
j Oats hardened with corn. May,
which started the same as last night ,
to 1-8 off at 34 5-8 to 34 3-4. advanced
to 34 7-8. I
In provisions the smallness of of- I
feiingfl brought about an upturn. First I
sales varied from last night'6 level ?o
10 higher, with May 19.85 to 19 95 for f
pork. 10.67 1-2 to 10 70 for lard, and
10.57 1-2 to 10.60 for ribs
Afterwards the wheat market went I
still lower in the absence of export jj
inquiry. The close was weak, with j
May 5-833-4 under last night at
A further advance in corn ensued,
the outcome of smaller offerings from
the country. The close, however, was
easy, with May at last night's level. f
New York Stock List. j
I Last Sale )
Amalgamated Copper 68 7-8 I
American Beet Sugar 35 1-2 I
American Cotton Oil 48 5-8
American Smelt & Refng 69 3-.S I
American Sugar Rcfinlug .....115 1-2 j
American Tel & Tel 13 1 1
Anaconda Mining Co 35 3-4 f
Atchison 101 3-4
Atlantic Coast Line, bid 123 1 2
Baltimore & Ohio 101 1-3
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 89 5-8
Canadian Pacific 233 3-8 PH
Chesapeake & Ohio 74
Chicago Northwestern 134 3-4
Chicago, Mil. & St Paul 109 7 8
Colorado Fuel & Iron 34 1-2
Colorado & Southern 26
Delaware & Hudson 169 1-4
Denver ft Rio Grande, bid 20
Erie 27 3-4
General Electric 138 3-1
Great Northern pfd 126 3-3
Great Northern Ore Ctfs 35 1-3
Illinois Central 121 3-4
Interborough-Met 17 1-2
Preferred 59 3-4 H
Inter Harvester 108
Louisville & Nashville 133
Missouri Pacific 38 3-4
Mo Kansas & Texas 25 1-2
Lehigh alley 156 12
National Lead, bid 50
New York Central 106 :-2
Norfolk & Western 107 1-8
Northern Pacific 115 3 8
People's Gas 110 H
Pullman Palace Car 168
Reading 156 5-8 H
Rock Island Co 22 7-8 'M
Preferred . . 37 3 4
Southern Pacific 101 H
Southern Railway 25 2-4 H
Union Pacific .. 156
United States Steel 62 J-S jH
Wabash, bid 3 1-S fH
Western Union 68 r
Chicago, Feb 27 Cattle Receipts. H
I , market steady; beeves. 6.850 H
9.00; Texas steers. 6.3006.00; western H
steers. 8.2O07.76i Blockers and feed- H
ra, 8.1508.10; cows and heifers. 3.25 H
07.50; calves. 7.00010.50.
Hogs Receipts. 35.000; market iH
slow, light. 8.1508.35; mixed. 8.10Q 1
8.35; heavy, 7.95 8.35; rough. 7.96 & H
8.10; pigs. 8.3508.30; bulk. 8.25)8.30.
Sheep Receipts. 16.000; roarkot BH
steady, native. 6.8506.76; western. H
5.6506.75; yearlings, 6-757.85; na- H
the lambs, 7,5008.50; western, 7.50& H
South Omaha Livestock j
South Oma,ha, Feb. 27 Cattle Re-
oeipta. 2.500. market steady, native H
steers. 7.2508.76; cows and heifers, H
6.0007.50; western steers, 5.7608.00; H
Texas 9teerH, 6.0007.00; cows and H
heifers. 4.507.00; calves. 6 00rfi 9. oo. H
Hogs Receipts. 9,600; market 1
lower; heav. 7 'CO S.M; light. 8 07
08.15; pigs, 6.7607.76; bulk of sales, H
Sheep Receipt, 7000: market
steadv. yearlings, 6.7507.75; western
6.9006.00; lambs. 7.8oS.60.
Chicago Produce. L
Chicago, Feb 27 Butter Firm;
creameries. 28735. H
BggS Firm; receipts, 9,879 cases;
at mark, cases included. 17 llS'j; j
refrigerator firsts. 15017; firsts, H
Potatoes Steady; receipts 43 cars:
Michigan. 46f7 4X; Minneuota, 45743: H
New York, Feb. 27. Sugar Raw
Steady: muscovado. 89 test, 3.01. cen- H
trlfugal, 96 test, 8.61; molasses. $9 H
test, 2.76. Refined Quiet. H
Bt. Louis. Feb. C7. Wool Steady : H
territory and western mediums, 21'fp j