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I 1llI I dr l I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY Y APRIL 30 1906
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Young mens suits with plenty of
grace and full of ginger built in
in away that greybeards wont
fancy and built iii that fancy way because theyre
tot meant for old folk Wideshouldered coats I
Builtout chests and shapely waists Fullpegged
I trousers with the new wide spring cuff at bottom
The shape that you find in em the rrday will i
last to the last Its permanent tailored into 4
ft the c1otha matter of needle work not pressing rl
They wear so much longer that theyre by all odds 1J
the cheapest clothes when you divide the number of i
months through which they give satisfaction into J
the price you give for them f
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FRED M NYE COJ
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LADIES FINE SPLIT
SOTB STOCKINGS IN
BLACK AND TWO
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EXTRA VALUE 259
CHILDRENS EXTRA
HEAVY SCHOOL STOCK
INGS
SECIAL6Prfor 100
LADIES FANCY AND
SILK HOSIERY FOR
SPRING AND SUMMER
L I WEAK IN ALL THE NEW
COLORS AND DESIGNS
Lace Stockings 50 up
Silk Stockings Jpl50 up
THE nL M WYKES CO
2335 Washington Ave
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J4V satch
f r Printing CO
j A good printing shop
t doing extra good
printing
C f Cor 23rd and Washington
RANDOM I
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Queen Esther cantata Methpdlst
church MaY Mh hif Clh Fifty cents
Reserved seats at Badcons
Why pay 500 and GOO for a pair
or shoes when you can get a Douglas
for 350 and 400 at the Palace
280 25th Btieot eo
Fruit Men HrdVjco President
i 7rjeWBisheo and H M Ellis of
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FREE
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with every Boys Suit costing
500 or more at
Watson T antler
I Clothing Co
r 376 TWENTYFOURTH ST
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Styles
free from the freak fads and
the extreme touches that spoil
so imicli otherwise good cloth
ing designed for mature men
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I AND AILORED
I arc distinguishable for the
elegance of heir patterns and
the honesty of their craftsman
ship and lie man who demands
the highest attainment of the
tailors art looks to this store
for their procurement
Suits 18 20 23 25 and up
C D IVES CO
Correct Clothes for Men
Broom Hotel Corner
I the Pioneer Fruit company of Sacra
mento are In the city conferring with
Manager J M Forristall of the Ogden
Fruit Growers association relative to
the remaining details to be consid
ered In connection with the Utah fruit
crop which will be handled by the Sac
ram9nto Him the coming season
Modern Woodmen of American ex
cursion to Salt Lake via Bamberger
line May 1th Fare 1 00 round trip
Good on all tiaius Special leaves
Salt Lake at 1130 pm Get tickets
fiom Win II Draney C H Packer
0 M Ramey or G H Shafer clerk
also at depot
Try a pair of 150 and 400 Doug
las uluius For sale at The Palace
Good Clothes Store 280 25th St
I Monday In Wrights Basement a
pale of Japanese China will be iu pro
gress Teacupsaud Saucers for 12 12c
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and Bread and Butter Plates for
12 l2c
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B G Butter and hot cakes are a
winning combination
In Municipal CourtThe cases of
I John Miller and George G Rose
charged with assault upon the porbon
I of W H Berrott are being heard in
the municipal court A number of
witnesses were examined Including
William Ellis of North Ogden ThQs
F Berrctt V H Borrett George L
TooncAlfred Ford and Milton Holmes
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Plenty of big LAUGHS f
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II = Pretty Songs 4 c
I A 1 Crowds still coming J
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I if CHILDRENS MATINEE SAT 4
T URDAY AFTERNOON T
I 1 DOLLS TOPSY TWIRLERS 4
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T The trouble which caused tho court
T proceedings grew out of a disagree
ment over aii irrigation ditch
< TJ oWIH trI ilrn Society will ho
entertained Saturday afternoon May
i by Miss Iottlc Rogers No 2306
liarrlson Ave
A team of small black horses gen
tle drive single or double broke to
saddle lady can handle them At a
bargain Call at 724 24th street Je
t cen 1 and 6 p m
HIGH GRADE PIANO NEARLY
NEW FOR SALE CHEAP O J
STILWELL BELL PHONE 1028Y
INDEPENDENT 67K
Queen of MaYA beautiful May fcs
Uval will be given at the Tabernacle
at 230 tomorrow afternoon The lit
tle tots of the Weber stake Sunday
schools will take part and the pro
gram will be composed of excellent
songs and drills including tire crown
lug of the Queen of May
1000 REWARDI will pay 000
for information that will result In the
arrest and conviction of the party or
parties who wilfully and maliciously
stripped the bark and otherwise cut
the young shade trees recently planted
on my property at corner of 24th and
Monroe HEBER SCOWCROFT i
GARMENT SALE 50 cLs per pair
and up at Knitting Factory 302 25th
strceL eo
W A Taylor Returns W A Tay
lor has returned from his mothers
home in the east and is now on his
way to Lakovlew Oregon where ho
may permanently locate
Sudden Death of Mrs Russell Mrs
Susan Russell widow of George W
Russell died suddonly at noon at tho
homo of her daughter Mrs G A
Croft 729 rhlrtieth street She was
stricken with apoplexy at 11 a m
and died in a few minutes Mrs Rus
sell was one of the pioneer women of
Ogden arriving here in 1SGO In her
girlhood in London England she be
came a convert to the Mormon relig J
ion Those who survive her are John
A W and Dr Samuel J Russell and
two daughters Mrs G A Croft and
Mrs H G Hansen Jr
We dont keep it we sell It Lewis i
Good Coal PhOnes 149 1 I
Pineapples are cheap 15c to 25c
each order from your grocer
If you want an investment to sell
at a big profit or if you want an Ir
rigated farm In a fertile country with
a glorious climate you have jour op
portunity in MJllaird County Utah
RIGHT NOW For further Informa
lioni sec Wcngor Rostan de Julicn
415 Eccles Bldg
Surch the w urld then Alvord Bel 333
Remember the ChildrenMay
dance given by the Ogden Stake Pri
mary board at Weber academy May
1st at 2 oclock p m Admission
children lOc parents free Half fare
for the children on the street cars
The ladles of the Congregational
church will givo a bread and cake sale
at Richardson Grants store Satur
day May 1st
The Ladles Aid society will serve
dinner and supper cafctcrc style in
the basement of the M E church
Thursday April 29th
That Good 1I2OOO pounds to I
a ton Rock Springs Clear Creek and
Castle Gate Barabcrgor Ogden Coat
Co 3121 Washington avenue Botn
phones 2000
Bluo Seal Butter Nut Bread Is known
by Its fine texture and flavor
Spring lInt Sale 2511 Wash Ave
Frank Cutter agent Sans Francisco I
Weekly Examiner will bo In Ogden
until May 1 Address Box 341 Ogden
I The Dance that was to Ue given by
tho ladles of the Episcopal church
Friday April 30 has been postponed
to Friday May 7th
For fancy painting and decorating
call on or address F E Weberg 325 I
9th street
CLOSING OUT
Shelving and settees at Lewis Shoo
Market for sale also one cash regis
ter All pdrsons owing us please call
andsettle before the first of the month
as the business will be closed Fri
day night next Lewis Shoe Market
2313 Wash Ave
60 CLERKS WANTED FOR
FORESTRY SERVICE
Examination at Salt Lake June 16
Special course for preparation begins
Monda May 3 at the Smithsonian
Business College See Prof Smith for
particulars and terms
ACCIDENT AND DEMERITS
CAUSE A DISMISSAL
The following bulletin has been
posted at railroad headquarters at Og
den Evanston and Green River
Ogden April 2GTo all concerned
For the information of employes I
quote below finding of board of in
quiry consisting of E C Manson su
perintendent Ogden Union Railway
Depot Co D J Malone master me
chanic Southern Pacific Co and B A
Campbell trainmaster Southern Pa I
cific Co convened at Ogden Satur
day April 21
The undersigned board of Inquiry
convened for the purpose of placing
responsibility and administering dls
clpllue In the case of accident in Og
den yard 435 a m April 20th 1909
Extra West Union Pacific engine 252
Engineer J J Coats Conductor C L
Conger find Engineer Coals entirely
responsible account unnecessary and
excessive use of air in making stop
in Ogden freight yard causing slack
to bunch in train Injuring Stockman
F H Neil who was In caboose and
In charge qf two carloads of stock in
this partlclar train and causing dam
age to tho two carloads of stock in
question In view of this poor work
and the previous bad record of En
gineer Coats he has been dismissed
from the service
For the further information of em
ployes and others interested this en
gineer had 85 demerits against his
record under the Brown system at the
time of this accident Signed E C
Manson Superintendent
BETTER CAR SERVICE
for the Ogden Canyon Hot Springs
Last car leaves up there now at 12
oclock at night
For Jewelry Watch Repairing etc
etc see BELTZER 2476 Grant Ave
O S L excursion to Salt Lake Sun
day May 2nd All trains 100 round
trip
SANITARIUM
CASE IN
COURT
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JUDGE MORSE ORDERS CERTAIN
DEBTS PAID
Rudolph Kuchlcro Claim Is to be Set
tied Also That of R C Lundy
Former Manager
Judge C W Morse came up from
Salt Lake this morning to have mat
ters In connection with the case of
L H Kurtz trustee against the Og
den Canyon Sanitarium company and
during the session of court made an
order4 directing that the claim of
Rudolph Kuchler as receiver be al
lowed In full The final account of
Receiver Kuchler was fully approved
and the court directed that the cer
tificate now outstanding In favor of
Mr Kuchler be paid in due course of
business transactions
It was further ordered that J H
Kurtz the purchasing creditor shall
pay into the hands of Receiver Barton
sufficient additional funds to pay out
standing indebtedness against the
property involved
It was also ordered that the claim
of R C Lundy for 95SOfi for ser
vices rendered be allowed if the claim
Is correct
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It was further ordered that Samuel
G Dye clerk of the court of Weber
county pay over to Receiver Barton
the remaining funds now in his hands
and received from the sale of the
mortgaged premises in the above en
titled action
Directly after these orders wore
made Judge Morse adjourned court
and spent the day in greeting old Og
den friends
Pineapple
Information
Do you know that you can use pine
apples to flavor ice cream sherbert
to make pineapple shortcake pineap
ple jelly pineapple layer cake pine
apple flitters pineapple pie pineap
ple tarts pineapple turnovers pud
dings Brown Bettys In fact thoy can
ho used as arc strawberries anl oth
er fruits and arc excellent mixed with
strawberries canned or preserved
Nothing is healthier than pineapples
at this time of the year
CARD OF THANKS
Mr and Mrs Alex Huss wish to
thank their many friends who have
shown their sympathy anl kindness
during the sickness and death of their
little son Raymond A HUSB also for
the many beautiful floral offerings
BUILDING OF
A MODERN
ELEVATOR
DEAL IS CLOSED FOR LAND ON
WALL AVENUE
Structure to Be Erected Will Be One
of Largest Buildings in Ogden
NCWF Awaited From Omaha
The building of a modern elevator
to cost 100000 is virtually assured by
the closing of a deal for land In the
warehouse district north of Twenty
third street
The elevator will occupy a frontage
of 300 feet on Wall avenue and have a
storage capacity of several hundred
thousand bushels of grain
Word is awaited from Omaha In
response to concessions asked for on
grain in transit and the moment a
favorable answer Is received excavat
ing for one of the largest structures
ever erected In Ogden will commence
Children grow
Plump and Rosy
on r
6rape = Nuts
fOOD
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SALE OR THE
NEW GLOBE
EATER
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ORPHEUM AND GLOBE NOW UN
DER ONE MANAGEMENT J
Progressive Motion Picture Company 1
Reorganized and Capital Stock
Increased to 25000
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Progressive Motion Picture com
pany has purchased the Globe theater
on Washington avenue and will oper I
I ate the sflmc In conjunction with the
Orpheura which is owned by the snmo i
j concern The Progressive company I
I was formerly known as the Twentieth J
Century Optlscope company and later
I as the Twentieth Century Film com
pany the changes in name having
been made in an effort to escape con
fusion with nn eastern concern of a
similar vname whose reputation in the
moving picture world had become
somewhat tainted
In making the last change the com
pany was entirely reorganized the
capital stock being increased to 25
000 and the following officers elected
Albert Scowcroft president Charles
Ziomer vlcepiesldent W W Hod
kiuson secretary and general manager
ami Harry Slmms treasurer
REPUBLICANS TO
FORM OGDEN CLUB
Governor William Spry Will Be Pres
ent at Junction City Meeting
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Jesse F Turner assistant national
organizer for the National League of
Republican clubs is busy perfecting
the details for the meeting to be held
In Ogden Monday for the organization
of a Republican club there and one
of the most enthusiastic meetings of
the season is expected
The committee of Ogden Republi
cans which Is mak arrangements
there for the organization of the Og
den club which will be affiliated with
the Utah league consists of G H
Davis chairman Rudolph Kuchler
Samuel G Dye F W Chambers and
L W Shurtllfl
Governor Spry will attend the
meeting and Colonel Hiram E Booth
president of the Utah league and sev
eral other officers of the state organi
zation also expect to be present The
nJeetlng will be held at tho court house
nteotlng
nl S oclock
CLAUDE MOYES LEFT LEG
AMPUTATED THURSDAY
4
Yesterday afternoon after a consul
tation of Biirgeops the left leg ot
Claude1 T Moycs was amputated
Doctors J W Pidcock B I Rich
and H B F rbos In the afternoon am
I putated the left log of Claude T
Moyes about four Inches below the
I knee The operation was considered I
very successful The patient though
In rather a weakened condition rallied
weB from the effects of the anaes
thetic1 juid the shock of the operation
A heroic effort was made to save
the limb from amputation but septic
conditions arose a few days ago that
became so threatening as to cause
the physicians to decide upon the am
putation of the limb It will be re
membered that Mr Moyes fell through
the floor of the viaduct across the
railroad tracks on Twentyfourth
street a short time ago suffering the
crushing of the bones in both feet It
is expected by the physicians that
the young man will recover
I MARRJAGEtS I
A marriage license has been Issued
to Murray Martenson and Rachel Sum
mers both residents of Hooper
Marriage licenses were issued yes
terday by the county clerk as follows
Roy c Bushnell and Vera Gill H
B West and Clara Hardy of Ogden
and Edwin Done of Kaysille and
Hazel Lusk of Malad Idaho
Doans Regulcts cure constipation
without griping nausea nor any weak
ening effect Asy your druggist for
them 25 cents per bo
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O Thursday April 29 Merslua 0 I
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WANT ADS BRING 11G RESULTS
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White Canvas Remnants Half Price
Slippers Tomorrow we arc going to clean out
I S what remains of our stock of remnants consisting
sisting of short lengtus oC fluarly all kinds
S The big line of white slippers has just ofdry goods Pieces which will be usable
arrived and ns the May Festival is about to
for a great many purposes
be
take place these will wanted
We unusual values These short pieces represent to us left J 1
are showing some little
stock and we th reforcJ place very
over
at prices from 100 to 150 a pair S
is tle valuation 011 them
The white canvas slipper the only
practical white slipper as it is easily cleaned Tomorrow we place all of our remnants
and inexpensive out at just half of the actual selling price
I Speciab f1r Satrday l
Hosiery Specials
Ladles finelisle embroidered
hose special price a pair 48c
Ladies fancy polka dot stock
ings assorted colors regular
I 50c values for 45c
Ladies Burson Stockings regu
lar price 36c special 25c
n Ladles tan cotton stockings 2
pair for 25c
I Ladles black stockings 2 pair
for 25c
Pony stockings for chlllren all
sizes and weights five pairs
for 100
Lace Specials
Pure linen Torchon Laces one
to three inches wide suitable
for trimming underwear chil
drens clothing pillow slips etc
all brand new stock which has
never been shown before worth
from JOe to 15c a yard Friday
and Satuulay you may have
jour choice at a yard Cc and 7c
Ribbon Specials
Satin ribbons five inches wide
very best quality all colors reg
ular 50c grade special price a
yard 350
Init Underwear
SpecialsS
Ladies union suits with hfpli
nock and long sleeves light
weight cotton regular price flOe
special per suit 48c I
Ladies union suits with low
neck and no sleees or with
short alcoves tight knee or lace
trimmed bottoms regular flOe
I values for 53c
Ladies mercerized union suits
with low neck and no sleeves
light knee extra good value
regular price 125 special per
suit 98c
Ladles ests low neck no
sleeves plain cotton regular 20c
values for 15c
Misses union suits low neck
and no sleeves nc ribbed cot
ton tight knee drop scat our
Munaing make sizes one to
four at 50o five and six Gao
seven and eight 75c
Boys Balbriggan union suits
high neck short sleeves knee
length fine ribbed our Mona
Ing make sizes 1 to 4 are 50c
5 and G are 60c 7 and S are 75c
Misses black pants with sateen
bands tight knee fine ribbed
cotton sizes IS to 31 price 35c
a pair 3 pair for 100
Art Goods Specials
Standard Pyrography Outfits in
eluding bulb needle stains
point etc all complete regular
price 250 special 175
flOe mirrors for burning for 45c
15c boxes 10c
U Crepe paper all colors 2 rolls
for 15c
Brown linen center pieces to em
broider worth 75c special
Ifil price 50c
Hand painted satin pillow tops
beautiful designs regular price
250 for 100
Stamped belts to embroider
special price 20c
We do stamping of all kinds
Shirt waists especially each 25c
Drug Sundry
Specials I
Swan Down Face Powder regu
lar 25c a box special 15c
Java Rice Face Powder regular
50c a box 35c
S Dora Face Powder special a
box 35c
Sanitol Face Powder a box 30c
Beautovlva special price a bot
tle 50c
Fresh stock of Oriental Cream
regular 150 size for a hot
tie f 125
Fresh stock of Bnthaswcet a
can 22c
Ingrains Milkweed Cream a
jar 4fic and 85c
New fresh slock of 1711 Soap
20c a bar 3 bars for 45c
Majestic Glycerine Soap jOe a
bar 3 for 25c
Fresh stock of Daggetts and
RaniBdells Cold Cream a
jar 45c
Holms Fragrant Frostllla a bot
tle 20c
Zodcnta Tooth Paste a tube 20c
With each package we glvo a
free tooth brush
Pears Unscented Soap loc a
bar 2 for 25c
Jap Rope Soap lOc a bart
for 25c
Pure Gold Cross Olive Oil a
bottle 20c 45c and 85c
Pure Castile Soap largo size
bar 90c
Large siz box of Borax Chips 25c
Notion Specials
Suede gloves in brown gray and
blnck regular 175 values
for 85c
Souvenir Spoons genuine silver
with Salt Lake Temple 100
vahuts for 50c 60c values fOI 25c
Two dozen pearl buttons for 5c
Toilet pins in assorted colors
twelve on a card special price
3 cards for 5c
Invisible hair pins special
price five boxes for 10c
Colored toilet pins in boxes
each box contains all colors
six for 5c
Fl n ishlnd braid assorted colors
regular lOc a bolt 5c
Mercerizes sewing cotton all
colors a spool 4c
National Hoks and Eyes two
dozen on a cVird 3 cards for 5c
Basenle Specials
Carpet sweepers regular price
3 special A 198
Carpet Beaterrt of heavy wire
just what ypti need during
house cleaning time special
price each 25c
Bath Room fixtures In nicklo
plated ware all pieces at very
reasonable prices
Rogers IS 17 SIlver Knives and
Forks rogul 11 5 values sell
ing for 448
Rogers 1817 silver table spoons
In Vintage design 4 values
w
for 325 I
12plece dinner set In very pret L
ty floral design jpecial price
per set 298
Crock churns two and throe gal
lon size complete 60c and 75c
While enameled curtain poles
regular price 25c each for 10c
Self wringing mop palls spec
da 135
2nd Floor Specials
Childrens jackets slightly soil
ed worth up to 5 special
price 5198
We have just received a new
line of ladles riding skirts
pi ices from 6 to 12
White percale aprons with dain
ty black figure made with bib
wo pockets and circular ruffle
regular flOe values for39c
Wo have Just received a new
shipment of ladles black mer
cerized and hoatherbloom un
tlcraklrts prices from 100 to
350 each
Rug Specials
Ardah Axrainstcr Rugs size
0x12 regular price 540 special
price 3200
Arlington AxminslPr Rugs slzo
xl2 regular price 50 special
price 4200
Hartford Axinlnslcr Rugs slzo
9x12 regular 35 for 2800
Smith AAminstcr Rugs size
9x12 regular 30 for2400
Smith Saxony Rugs 9x12 regu
lar 525 for 2100
Arlington Axnimster RugsS 13
xlO JLG regular 515 values
for 3600
Smith Saxon Rugs 8 13x10 1G
regular 23 values for 1850
Phoenix Tapestry Rugs 9x12
regular 1650 values for 1450
Hartford Velvet Rugs 9x12 reg
ular 50 values for4200
Wilton Velvet Rug 9x12 regu
lar 50 values for 4200
Bagdad Brussels Rug 9x12
regular 40 values for 3200
Amsterdam Brussels Rug 9xJ2
regular 40 values for 3200
Oneida Brussels Rug 9x12 reg
ular 35 values for 2800
Smith Velvet Rug 9x12 regular
3500 values for 2800
Mohican Velvet Rug 9x12 reg
ular 30 values for 2400
Portier curtains with border J
regular 10 values for 850
Poilier curtains with border
regular 11 values for 990
Portior curtains with border
regular S values for 695
Portier curtains with border
regular 7 50 values for 675
Portier curtains with border
regular 18 values for 1550 I
Portior curtains with border
regular 5 values for 425
Poitier curtains with border
regular 450 for 390
Rope portlers regular 675
for 550
Rope portions regular 700
values for 575
Rope portiers regular 56 val
ues for 495
Rope porllers regular 5 val
ues for 425
Rope portlers regular 1 50
values for 400
Rope portlers regular 12 val
ues tor 1050
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