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1o THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1913.
If SERVICES ARE I TO BE HELD I EASTER The First Congregationa.1 church. 'Adams avenue and Twenty-fifth street, Frank G Pralnord. minister Miss Alice Gray, pi t n 1st ; Mi6s Mary I Pa rm Icy, violinist. .Mr F. L. Howrs and Mrs. Roy U Xogglc, eoloit6, Resisted by Mrs Charles R HollingB worth, Mr Laflln O. Jones, and the choir. Morning Service, 11 O'Clock. Prelude. 'Spring Song." (Mondels srhn), Miss Gray Doxology and invocation j Hymn, "Jesus Christ Is Risen To "2ay." i Responses I Morning pravers Hymn. "Hark. Ten Thousand Harps tona Voices . Scripture, Mark XVI, Congregation ( Duet, ' Blessed Saviour. Thee T ll.ove," fNcvim Mrs. HollingRTVortb, iMr Bralnerd Offertory (Violin solol, "lyargo," I (Handel) Mlsfl Parmloy Solo, "Easter Morn," f Neidhngr I LMrs. Noggle. Prayer. Sermon. "The Resurrection " Solo. "Hosanna," (Jules Granler), iWr Howes C ommnn Inn It Benediction. Postlude, "The Song of the Swan," (MokWki), Miss Gray Evening Service, 7:30 O'Cock Prelude. "Barcarole," (Rlumenthal ), Miss Gray. Hymn. 'Calm on the Listening Ear of N'ight " Hymn, "Our Lord Is Risen from the 'Dead." Anthem, "The Man of Sorrows" ftParkl), The Choir. ' Scripture, 1 Corinthians XV, TIip Congregation Quartcete, "Christ Is Risen" I (Parks), Mesdames Noggle, Hollings worth, Messrs Brainerd, Howes. Offertory (Vlollin solo), Berceuse," i(Joclvn), Mis Parmlov. Trio (With violin), "Living With Jesus," (Whittle), Mcssts Jones, Brainerd, Howes. Sermon, "'An Easter Message." Benediction Postlude "Good Night," fNevin), iMies Gray. JOHN HUGHES IS GIVEN DAMAGES tej i After considering the case about Jraa j two hours yesterday afternoon the im i 1UT- 'n tne damage caie John tM Hughes against the Salt Lake & Og- den Railway company rendered a ver- Ajjl I diet in favor of the plaintiff In the mm of $500 I ij I Mr. Hughes brought suit against I 1 the company for $20,000 alleged dam- I I ages for the death of his son Alma, .? 1 years old. oo Soak wilted vegetables In cold wa ter to freshen them. OUR GREEN GROCERIES. The good meal depends on the quality of the fruits and vegetables Our assortment is always the largest and selections the best. We scour the whole country east, west, north and tjouth -for good Klines to eat. Specials for the week-end: LEEKS, SPINACH, ARTICHOKES. GREEN ONIONS. RAD ISHES, CUCUMBERS, CAULIFLOWER. LETTUCE, BRUSSELS SPROUTS, CHICORY. RHUBARB, PINEAPPLES, and the usual assortment of Apples JONATHAN. WINESAP, BALDWIN. PEARMAN, MIS SOURI PIPPIN, ARKANSAS BLACK, GANO. These apples are all choice and cannot be duplicated else where, either in size or condition. HOT CROSS BUNS. HARRIS GROCERY CO. Phones 2215-2216 338 25th St j JOHN JACKSON IS DECLARED INSANE John Jackson, alias Bad Eye Jack son, was examined yesterday after noon by a lunacy board, consisting ot Judge N. J Harris and Drs. E. H. Smith and C. E Coulter, and adjudged insane Ho was committed to the stale mental hospital at Prnvo and will be taken to that institution to morrow. Jackson has been confined in the county Jail the past two months, since which time he has behaved remark ably well, but prior to his incarcer ation he was obstreperous and vicious I nttemptlng the life of a fellow pris oner on the city chain gang, striking his intended victim with an ax. He served a term of six years in the state penitentiary for burglary committed In Salt Lake during which time the warden of the penitent i.iry says he was "u vicious degenerate." CARD OF THANKS We desire, through the columns of the press, to extend our heartfelt thanks to our mam friend, vho, during the Illness, death, and burial of our beloved baby Francella May Fveeland. extended their kindness and loving sympathy and especially to Mrs William Piggott and Mrs Chancie who kindly sane and played the requiem. May He who blesses for all good, ever reward you Slneoreh, James F Freeland. Wife and Moth, or and Relatives. Advt. ) oo i Some automobile owners are hard I prossed to keep the wolf from thei garage ' ! PROBATE DAY IN THE DISTRICT COURT The following disposition of the probate calendar v. as made this morn ing In Judge Howell's division of the district court. The petition for approval, allow ance and settlement of final account, for distribution, discharge, release and oloe of the estate was continu jd Indefinitely in the estate of Joseph Clark deceased. In the estate of William .1 Lar king, deceased, the petition for or der directing the First National bank to dclher a deed In escrow was grant ed. In the estate of George Staker, de ceased, the petition foi reissuance o! letters of administration and the ap pointment of Leo Harris as admin istrator to succeed Earl S taker, re signed, was granted The petition for letters testamen tary in the estate of George Smuin. deceased, was granted and Elizabeth G. Smuin, the surviving widow, was appointed executrix under a bond of $11,000. The estate was valued at (36,465. oo BATTLESHIP UTAH WILL BE OVERHAULED Washington, March 21 The battle ships Utah, Michigan, Nebraska and Ohio of the Atlantic fleet will pro ceed to their home yards Vprll 1 for annual overhauling, remaining un til June 30. During their ah. --once 1 1 1 i r places in the fleet will be filled by the re turn to active service of the Dela ware. Rhode Island, New Hampshire und Kansas. I )( The Glad Easter Message ; r 1 Would you enjoy it to the uttermost9 Then be on hand Sunday, be in the spirit of V 1 song and service which has been thrilling humanity down through the centuries, and has lost bh I II none of its power for those who hear! You will better enjoy the day if you are well dressed. II I f 1 We know we can help you to a great extent in this. r l II You Will Want I If 53 New Spring Suit I li ! ) It's here and at a price you want to pay. You can have y V.j I ma 7Hft t(xiay Surely you will want to wear it Sunday. We are '.. ', p IdBBr at your service I M lllllk Perhaps a Coat ftV-J j iXy? WBWi iS in your mind- Wc have 11 in stock and will be glad to set J 1 I j, I'i' WwkwMm y0U WCar 11 Sunday' Why BOt? We have BOme dancly coats li I 1 II MM3Smt titat any 0nc admire and tho Vco ia in your reach fca3 K a ftMflB $15. CK). Then we have some below and some above that fig- I U WSk Kid Gloves y Ixl' fl Wo'' ' WmV Every woman wants a fresh pair of gloves for Easter. II I u W&L A New crset !! j M. mjmk Xt'8 gd fom t0 wear G & D. Justrite Corsets $1.00 II I M to $5.00 each. Dainty Neckwear k A luLni A lot of new things in neckwear and hair ornaments j now on display at notion counter. By y I yro. c I "WHERE THE WOMEN TRADE." FJ J riiii emmm amm SBBSBSIIS$B3 attal I I jSUES RAILROAD FOR LOSS OF HAYSTACK The last of the eight jurymen In the damage case of Henry BIcCul lough against the Oregon Shori Line company was sworn In Judge Harris' division of the district court this morning, and after the plaintiffs at torney made his statement of the case the imroduction of testimony wa ! begun. The jurymen are O. H. Barker I George S. Stewart. Thomas H Em mett, Bveret Neutboom. Peter Mln I noch. Ccorge F. SUllings, P W Kniscly and B F Thomas. Mr McCuIlough claims thai on February 14 of last year his haystack containing about So tons of hay was destroyed by fire, the result of a spark from the engine of the defen dant company. He also claims a loss ofr about (200 in other material. Mr. McCuIlough resides at Harrls villc oo WAS A SURPRISE. Miss Lydia Raat was the victim of a most agreeable surprise last even ing which occurred at the parentlal residence on Ballantyne avenue. Miss Raat. however, was not the only one surprised as the story Will show The I ycung lady had made arrangements! to attend a dance with one of the young men who was a member of the I surprise committee He had also' agreed to meet the crowd at the home I of one of the other committeemen He was about an hour late, however, i land thinking that the crowd had left the rendezvous proceeded to the j home of Miss Raat, in company with ! two other male guests who were also 1 late. And therein lay the jke. fori 1 the crowd was still waiting and when j Miss Raat met three young men at tile door Instead of one, as she ex Ipected, and the young men failed to see the crowd, who, coming on the j 'scene a little later found that the game was up, she joined the others in j m ing to figure out who was the I most surprised, the three young men, the crowd or herself The !?ood time in store soon drew i them from the perplexing problem and the rest of the evening was a solid round of fun, including games, dar.c Ing and a delicious supper. There I were about thirty guests present. PLEASANT SURPRISE PARTY. Last evening a merry party ef I fi lends gathered at the home of Mrs J, P.. Reynolds and tendered her a surprise party in honor of hr birth day. A pleasant evening spent at cards and music was enjoyed by about four teen guests. Red carnations and smilax were ef fectived arranged and decorated the parlor and dining room At a late hour covers were laid for the follow ing guests and n dainty luncheon served. Messrs. and Mesdames Virgil King. Roy Buchmiller. Irving P. Arnold, Albert Davis, Carl Allison. J B. Reynolds and Miss Llda Boyle At 50t. lirst prize was won by Mr Irving P. Arnold. GUESTS FROM LOGAN Mrs W H. Israeltou. 2161 Madison avenue, has as guests for the we-k her mother, Mrs H T Ames, and sis ler, Mrs Luella Johnson of Logan. oo END OF SUIT FOR DEFAMATION No sooner was the case of Joseph Lauriciea against Jose Castello call ed in Judge Howell's court yesterday afternoon than a motion on the part of the defendant against the intro duction of testimony on the grounds that the complaint did not state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action for defamation ot character, was made before the court and sus tained. This brought the hearing to a sudden termination The plaintiff was gi 'n 20 days in which io amend the complaint, and the defendant was given an addition al 2n days in whoich to answer. LABOR NEWS OF ALL COUNTRIES Appalling figures showing the loss of life among workers in California will be presented to the governor in a report that is soon to be completed ! the accident board During the year 1912 402 men were killed in indus trial accidents and more than 10,000 temporarily or permanently injured Arcordinc to official statistics just published, the number of trade aurc ments reported as belnK In force on January 1. 1911. in Germany. was 8039. relating to 162.41S establish ments and to 1,88,099 work people, while on December 31 there were I". 520 agreements covering 183.232 es tablishments and 1,662,827 work peo ple. To the Bulgarian trade unions falls the lot of providing for the organised workmen and women, and those I whose husbands or sons are on the , field of battle. The despeiate nuser In which the workers and their fan. Ules live is Indescribable. Tbelr lot is over harder and less bearable, on the j one hand from the extraordinary" In crease in the pric e of provisions, and on the other hand through the rigors of the pitiless winter. With the object of improving con ditions of employment of women and children in Canada by means of giv ing publicity to such abuses as are found to exist, Hon T W. Crothers Is appointing women to corresiond Tor the Labor Gazette In Montreal. To ronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver U the experiment Is successful other re male correspondents will he appointed for other cities. These correspond ents will be required to study tlx- r port monthly upon conditions of em ployment of women and children in domestic service, as well as in shops and factories. At the next convention of the Tn- , tornational union of Sheet M'tal Workers an effort will be made to establish a home for members of the craft. 1 I THE NATT0NAL--The Store Aiiead SATURDAY SPECIALS ; I Jus! Received New PfjljM I Shipment of ' ap S j I Suits, Coais and Dresses I j l LADIES' Si! ITS ' TWh Those suits come in plain serges and fancj mixtures ahd whip- j WMI fj), "fil. all siz.-s. values. Sjilnnlnv $14.95 fUK LADIES' COATS Big selections of uew coats in serges, ratines, whipcords now . ; ji j cutawav styles, exccllenl coats Eor $18.50- Saturday... $12.95 ; r J LADIES' DRESSES Challies, Serges, Eponges, Ratines and manj other new materi- jill ftyl als, made iu the new styles, $13.50 and $15.50 values $10.95 - ' j- H s.ii; it-, n iik. ..li . d 1.26 Gloves, black, tan p 11 m I::.. Aprons, aseorted colors... 59c J 00 CorSeti lilill--' I I $1.50 Switches 80c "- ( "'S"S ' lill ll iJili $2.60 Switches $1.63 fine Brassieres 39c li I ' 5 :::,i switches $2 o9 I..,, Brassieres 49c ' If fin U 75 Brassieres 9c ill I i " Corset Covers 29: $1.00 Combination 8uiti W m 5 N ight Gowns 59c 75c Drawers 59c I kiQl CONVENIENT CREDIT TO ALL WA Wc endeavor In each case to meet the requirements of each individual 'lllllll customer, rather than to make any "set terms." In this way wc make it lll I'Ik F most CONVENIENT and most SATISFACTORY to each patron. We are r extending these privileges to hundreds of buyers every week, and we are elll 1 11 ' -Wr-i r?ady to do the same for you. We built up this enormous business entirely ' v d on these lines, and our REPUTATlOr FOR ABSOLUTE FAIRNESS in bus i ' mess. Don't forget we sell for Cash as well as Credit. You Know Our Name and Number I Ladies' Shoes WKuMW bWaWEMW BSHIPti Corsugc Bcu- WmW JnWW 9 mr rMwAm B Am mfr fflBBH queta Special Price3 AmMMMSkSaMmSaMatmSMMMMr'a Special Prices SBaWB HARRY REINSHRIBER, Manager. P5PHBJ B "Where the Newest Styles Make Their First Appearance." CONSPIRACY CASES ARE DISMISSED Tokio Mar 20. Ninety-nine of the Koreans, charged with eonsilrln:; asainst Governor-General count Ter aitchl of Korea in 191". were found not Kullty bv the court today, accord ini; to a dispatch from Seoule. The judges sentenced Baron Yun Chi-Ho. a former Korean cabinet n.lnister as well as Yan Ki-Tak a Korean editor and three others to six years Imprisonment each At the first trial Baron Yun Chi Ho and several of the moie promi nent prisoners were sentenced to ten 'years imprisonment and the others iinni terms of five to seven years ' oach. POSTMASTERS ARE RESIGNING Washington. Mar 20. Because of the extension of the classified civil service to Include fourth class post masters and the announcement that In the "latest" Spring Shirts at from $1 50 to $4.00 "pur." A brilliant gathering of all the new ideas from Shirt dom Shirts of superior at tainments in fabric, work manship, style and finish Sturdy madras cloths, mercerized Oxfords and French flannels m a sym phony of Russian Chords plain colors, two-color com binations on white grounds stripes of light blue, brown, lavender all coat style, with the usual, or the French turn-back cuffs. Evening Shirts for those who want to 'prowl' around at night. Kuhns' Modem Clothes Shop Wah. Ave. at 2365. Come On In. I postmasters of that class would be siibjecte, to a competitive ezamina i tion. the liostoffice department Is re- Iccivlng nearly twenty resignations a' d.n Ofticials declare that about 2, 000 fonith class postmasters have resigned since the executive order carrying them into the civil service jwas issued Practically all of the resmnat ions are from postmasters where the sal ary Is merely nominal and where at ! limes the expense of conducting the i office equals the postmaster's com- Ipensatlon In many of the cases It will he difficult to secure applicants who will take the prescribed exam inations. While the department Is I endeavorhiK to secure new postmas ters, the Incumbents although they have resigned, will be forced to dis charge the duties of the office oo NEW TREASURER FAILS TO REPORT Washington, Mar. 20. John Burke, ; former governor of North Dakota, the new treasurer of the United States is lost as far as the treasury depart ment is concerned. He was export ed in Washington last night to take j the oath of olflce today, hut had fall- ed to appear at the appointed time an; Secrt;ir McAdoo has not heart I from him. I The deportment is anxious to r--cive the new official, because his entry into office means the necessity of counting the nntion's wealth To verify the accounts of Carmi Thomp son, retiring treasurer the fold, sil 1 r. currency and securities In rho treasury vaults actually will he count ed hy a committee which secretary McAdoo is to appoint as soon as Mr. Burke is sworn in 00 UNCLE JOE GLAD HE IS A PRIVATE Danville. 111. March 19 "Tell the American people that I think it creat to be a plain American citizen again." said "Uncle Joe" Cannon as h - emerg ed from his residence shortly before noon after a refreshing sleep. Mr. Cannon, travel-worn and alon. arrived from Washington last night Mr Cannon, greeted by friends ami neighbors on every 8lde. was more than an hour going from his hom to the bank, where he is principal own er After a service of forty years "Uncle Joe." as he is known to most persons of the town for a second time is a private citizen and he seems j to pnjoy the sensation. The citizens of Danville are plan ning n hanrjuet to be given Mr. Can non later. LEGAL SUMMONS. I the District Court of W eber I county. State of Utah. Josephine Brlnkerhoff. Plaintiff, vs I Garret U Brinkerhofr. Dafendao The Stale of Utah to the Said De- I Cendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within twenty days after ser Ice of this summons upon you, if serv- ' ed within the county in which this ac tion Is brought; otherwise within thir ty days after service, and defend the above entitled action; and in caise of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against you according to ' the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court This action 1b brought for the I YOU ARE WELL GUARDED is iii (uality when you purchase jew elry here W' guarantee everything we sell for exactly what It is The j I watch, the diamond ring, the necklace or any other ornament bought here j I 1 ' ' ! .i.r'inl.l i.,,ti being the J best of its kind in addition to being tri--. i r r . . i In design See our la display if you have a jewelry need ; Harry Davis j 384 Twenty-fifth Street tf "The Store with the Guarantee" SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY n A NEW ONE M'BRIDE'S DENTAL CREAM 5 Cleans the teeth, perfume3 the breath, removes tartar, pre- vents decay. ' MCr,RIDr 1? JL Drug Co. Prescription Specialists. j ty 2463 Wash. Ave. W Sladc's I Transfer i Phono 321. 408 25th Stre! '-ir; W hv the largest van 'n fn city. Quick service. Moving, MP- j ping and handling pianos. Prompt j freight deliveries. Furniture mov- Jj Ing a specialty. 3torage at reason able rates. recovery of a judgment. dl3Solv'D!; the bonds of matrimony heretofore j JOHN i- BAGLBY, of ' ' v' ,r""x th I' i.r,-. i .:.;, . - w ,",r I " county. Utah. Rooms S13 and 3J. j First N-moii;il iiank building. "