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j 1 o THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 21 1909
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REfE tN
Tniormalion Regarding Elks
Kidclo
We give a premium with every
pound of B G Butter and that is
satisfaction what more can you askV
I Invited to Brigham CityJ C
I Knudson president of the Brigham
f City Commercial Club has Invited the
I Weber club officials and members to
I be tho guests of the Peach City club
1 on next Tuesday evening
1 WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT NO 174
1 will give another enjoyable dance at
Sylvan Wednesday August 25th A
prize waltz Good music the Brass
j Band Tickets 60 cents extra lady
25 cents
A Lucky StrlkeThe Coal 400
I and up 200 lbs in every ton Shurt
I lirr d Co Phones 1S
L German Evangelical St Pauls
At Swedish Luthcra church Sunday
school at 9 oclock Sunday morning
Preaching at 11 oclock P Ph Tee
I ter pastor
You will miss it It you dont buy
Lewis good coal before September
t 1st Phone 149
1 1 In the linking of Hess Bread all
hand work IB eliminated
1
I First Presbyterian Church John
Edward Carver pastor Mbrnlns
J worship at 11 Theme The Unfin
f ished Life Sunday school at 12
No evening service
j
j The dining room at the Hermitage
is open every evening until midnighu
I
Kodak FlnlshlngTripp Studio310 25th
I I Concert This Evening Under the
I leadership of Professor 15 W Nich
I ols tho band of the Stale Industrial
II school will give a concert on the
streets of the city this evening at
1 I about S oclock
J I The dining loom at the Hermitage
I i Is open every evening until midnight
Dont Forget the Veteran Firemans
outing at tho Hermitage Monday
i August 23rd
I Funeral on Sunday The funeral for
i Robert E Hufstettler will be held at
3 oclock Sunday afternoon at Rich
1 eys funeral chapel and Interment will
be In Ogden City cemetery The Rev
George W McCrcery of the Methodist
church will conduct the funeral ser
I vice Tho casket will be open at tho
home 358 Eleventh street tomorrow
from 10 a in to 1 p m
j Wo pay the highest market price
j for live Hogs and Veals and are al
I 1 ways In the market Ogden Packing
I and Provision Co
Information Regarding Elks
i Kiddo
Funeral of a Child Funeral ser
vices over the body of the six months
old child of Mr and Mrs William Ma
lino will be conducted at the St Jos
ephs church at 2 p m Sunday after
noon The burial will take place in
I the city cemetery
r 5249 Choice of ANY hat In stock
249 Millinery Dept at Wrights 3rd
floor
With a Cattle CompanyW X Pat
terson for several years principal of
I tho Madison school has accepted a
position with tho PcttcrsonTaylor C at
I tIc company iMr Pctterson has been
connected with the Ogden City public
I schools for about eight years and for
three years was superintendent of tho
Weber county public schools
i Dont Forget tho Veteran Firemans
i outing at the Hermitage Monday
I August 23rd
j Death of Mrs Ackarct Tho many
friends of Mrs Jeunio Ackarct wife of
Henry Ackarct will be pained to
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SUNDAY NIGHT WILL BE THE
LAST OF THIS WEEKS BABY CON
TEST NEXT WEEK WE BEGIN
I i NEW BABIES NOT WINNING THIS
I f WEEK MAY REMAIN IN THE RACE
I IF PARENTS SO DESIRE
I Following is the vote to date
j No 1 M68
I No 3 Ill
I No 12 308
I Xo 14 327
I I No 15 320
I I No 17 304
I There is time yetfor anyf one of
I the babies to win with a little hus
I J tling GET BUSY AND URGE YOUR
FRIENDS TO VOTE FOR YOUR FA
I VORITE BABY
I
While you are thinking about the
t Baby Show dont fall to hear Mr
t t Sneddon sing SILVER THREADS I
I AMONG THE GOLD This song
alone is worth your time and tho
1 money It costs many times over
I t WE ARE ALWAYS CROWDED SO
COME EARLY
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Clearance Sale of
LINGERIE Waists
200 225 and 300 l1fl
VALUES JuC
i
Long Kimonos in Light
Colors Specials
110 and 1035
I
PANAMA DRESS SKIRTS In
Blue and Brown 600 d rn
I 700 and 750 valuce Ht0
oJ
White Linen Suits CjC Cft
12 Values E5 o 3u i
or y
THE M B WYKES CO I
2335 Washington Avo
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T learn of her death which occurred at
the family rccldcnco on Fourth street
this morning at live minutes to nine
oclock Sho Is survived by a hus
band and three small children Mrs
AckarctvTvas the daughter of Mr and
Mrs James Drysdrle and Is well
known q the city Sho was only 25
years of age Funeral announcement
will be mado at a later date
Half price sale continues this week
Blair Millinery 2511 Washington ave
nue
Employes Have an Outing Two
hunoxcd tickets were supplied the
employes of the ShupcWilliams Can
dy factory at noon today and the en
tire force enjoyed a trip on the can
yon cat line this afternoon
Rock Springs Kommcrcr Castlo
Gate Anthracite and Coke M L
Jones Coal Co
Expect a Rush Harrmiau passen
ger equipment Is being assembled at
Omaha to accommodate crowds of
homescckers who will Invade the west
when the colonist rale goes into effect
the first of September Coaches
tourist and chair cars are being put
in firstclass condition for the rush
which Is expected to be very heavy
That Good Coal2000 pounds to
n ton Rock Springs Clear Creek and
Castle Gala Bamberger Ogden Coal
Co 3121 Washington avenue Both
phones 2000
Returning From tho FairOregon
I Short Line passenger trains from the
north have been overcrowded with
passengers during the past week ann
from twelve to fifteen coaches are at
I tached to all of the more important
tmliis Many of these people arc re
turning from the Seattle exposition
and reaching Ogden scatter in every
direction
Tho dining room at the Hermitage
is open every evening until midnight a
Will Escort Kruttschnitt Superin
tendent Whitney and several members
t of his staff aro expected home Sunday
morning from a trip of Inspection over
the Utah division and rrom an official
meeting held today at Green River
Superintendent Whitney tftll escort
Mr Krutischnitt over the Union Pa
cific to Rawlins where the latter will
be met by General Supt Park
COALRock Springs Castlo Gate
and Clear Creek Gillette Coal Co
163 West 27th St Phones 1071
Rio Grande Trains ArriveTwo de
layed through trains en the Rio Grande
road reached Ogden this morning with
marooned passengers and several oth
er trains held up bv washouts are ex
pected to arrive this afternoon and
evening
Advertisers must nave their copy for
tho Evening Standard the evening be
fore tho day on which the advertise
ment is to appear In order to insure
publication
Race Horses FOr the FairTo
cars of race horses arrived this morn
ing from the track meetings at Butte
and Anaconda and will remain to take
part in the races during the Four
State Fair at Ogden
The best carriage service at Allens
for pihato calls funerals or operas
Also prompt baggage delivery Both
phones 22 412 25th street
More Work at ShopsAs indicat
ing increasing work at the shops
every department of the Southern Pa
cifio plant was kept open until noon
today and employes were given only
a half day vacation This Is an 1m
jrovoment over last nv > nth and it hi
hoped a similar condition will ootari
from this time forward
COAL celebrated Peacock Rock
Springs nut the summer coal John
Farr Phone 27
Shopmen to Have an OutingEm
ployofi of the local Southern Pacific
shop plant arc making elaborate ar
rangements for their annual outing
The event will occur on Saturday of
next week and the outing this year
will be enjoyed at the Salt Palace A
special train will leave the Union Do
pot at 9 oclock In the morning and
ill employes of the company with
their wives families and sweethearts
are invited on the excursion Shop
committees have arranged an Interest
I ing program of entertainments and
sports for the occasion aau tine boys
and girls and little folks arc antic
rating a most enjoyable outing
I Children Had a DayThe children I
of the Episcopal Sunday school ac
companied by parents had an outing
at Lagoon last Thursday The chil
dren were supplied with transporta
tion by the church authorities The
day was an enjoyable one and the
plcnicers remained at the resort until
7 In the evening
Price ReducedThe supervising ar
chitect of the treasury has accepted
the proposal of the Iowa Manufactur
ing company to deduct 50 from tho
contract price on their work on the
federal building in Ogden The de I
duction is made because of the change
In the manner of attaching shields to
the radiators of the building
Case of Scarlet Fever Juanetta
the sixyearold daughter of Mrs J H
Tribe Is afflicted with scarlet fever
Not Expected to Recover Henry
Tribe of Salt Lake brother of G H
Tribe of Ogden who has been an in
valid for a year is very III and but
little hope is held out for his recov
ery
Sentenced to Six Months Henri
Kuntz who was found guilty of petit
larceny In robbing the Archie Blge
low residence of Jewelry was taken
in to tho district court this morning
and sentenced to six months Imprls
ontpent in the Weber county jail
Cadets Go Through The Salt Lako
High School cadets arrived In Ogden
this afternoon at 1 oclock en route
to Seattle to lake un ImpoiUint part
In the Utah Day exercises at tho ex
position The boys traveling like
lords In a special train looking clev
er In their natty uniforms are out for
a good time generally and arc accom
panied numerous friends from the
capital city on their trip 10 nie Paclno
Northwest
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Tho following real estate transfers
have been filed for record in the ofilce
cf County Recorder Wallace
Frank M Beardslev and wife to
Prudence Beardaley n part of tho
northe it quarter of section 17 town
ship G range I west Consideration
100
Eva P Lewis and John S Lewis to
Ogden City all of the southeast quar
ter of section 24 township Ii rang
1 west Consideration 2500
A very useful little hand vise can
bo made by Inserting a bolt with a
wing nut through the center hole of a
fast joint hinge
fr 0 M AI OE S
READY FOR
fACTORY
CANNERIES WILL BE IN OPERA
TION NEXT WEEK
Yield Per Acre Will Be Large but
Crop Is Limited to a
Small Acreage
The canneries of Weber county will
begin to handle the tomato crop the
latter part of next week The tonnage
Is small this year due to the fact that
there is a small acreage
A L Brewer Is authority for the
statement that the crop this year Is
heavier per acre than it has been In
many years
Tho only trouble Is he says the
acreage is much smaller than usual
hencp the crop will bo short
The quality of the tomato this year
Is paroxcellencc and the canned ar
ticle will he considerably above the
standard The climate and soli con
ditions seemed to be paitlcularly
propitious for the raising of line to
matoes und for the bringing forth of
a heavy yield We will got through
with the crop In a hurry but it will
be mighty fine in the cans
tilRL AGAIN
LEAVES
nOME
OFFICERS SEARCHING FOR CHILD
ON HORSEBACK
Leonora Murdock of Runaway Fame
Departs For Parts Unknown on
a Borrowed Horac
I n r
For tho past six months Leonora
Mm dock has been under the Juris
diction of the Juvenile court but she
has not failed t a periodically give that
tribunal trouble Her offense is an
Innocent one but she causes trouble
practicing n just the same eonorn
has a mania for riding away from
home on horseback or in a buggy and
she usually stays away until the of
fices Intercept her and bring her
home
Up until yesterday at 1 oclock In
the afternoon she for some time had
remained at her honte seemingly
quite content with her surroundings
But the spoil again cape on her She
went to the I home of nor mother Mrs
Thomas Haley 213 Haley avenue and
obtained permission to go out riding
on the family horse She has pot been
soon nor heard cf since Tho s
have been advised of nor escapade and
they arc looking for her
It Is thought by the officers and
the mother that the girl has gone to
Woods Cross 01 Grantsville where
some of her relatives reside
Leonora is only 13 years old but
she is a largo girl for her age and has
been in the limelight for sometime
past because of her runaway propen
sities She hac been living of late
with Mrs Garrison at HIS Washing
ton avenue placed there by the juven
ile judge
I MODERN WOODMEN HAVE AN
I EVENIKGJJF ENJOYMENT
The local order of the Modern Wood
men of America gave a pleasant danc
ing party at Sylvan Park last evening
Upwards of Ilfty people participated
in the festivities A pleasant feature
of the evening was tho presentation of
a gold watch fob to Captain Otto G
Weber of Salt Lake who has been
giving instructions to the drill team
of the Ogden order for vic pas year
The presentation speech was made be
C M Ramoy in which ho explained I
that the fob was presented to Captain I
Weber by the members of the order
as a token of esteem < < ud a mark of
appreciation of the splendid services
he had rendered the drill team
I eE 0LI
DEPOT ALLEY WILL BE
OPENED BY PROPERTY OWNERS
During the last few days David
Matlson has cirrnlntcd a petition I I
among property owners on the bloc
between Lincoln apd Wall avenues
and between Twentyfourth and
Twentyfifth streets which asks for
tho opening an alley
Tho alley If it Is opened will bo
known as Depot Alloy and will ex
lend from Lincoln to Wall through
the block parallel to the 132 feet from
Twentyfifth street
It In understood that nearly all ol I
the property owners concerned have
signed the petition and it li > expecton
that It will he brought beroro the city
council Monday evening
L MARRiAGES I
Marriage licenses have hoop issue 1
to Alphnnfio lannone of Salt Lake anti
Mary A Genta of Hooper and to John
M Gcnta of Hooper and Mamie S
Ferguson of Kancsvlllc
Here on a VlsltiIr and Mr IT
S Scampton of Marlon iowa arc via
lUng Mrs ScamptonB slater Mrn
Flcetwood wife of the pastor of tho
Episcopal church J
Feed
Your Body
BodyWisely
Wisely
in hot weather on
S Gi1Jape Nuts
FOOD
Theres a Reason
Read I The Road to VellvilK I
1n plqa
OIL BURN ER
ON NEVADA
ROAD
SALT LAKE DIVISION TO MAKE A
BIG CHANGE
Bancroft Orders Construction of 011
Tnnkc Between Carlin and Sparks
on the Southern Pacific
General Manager W H Bancroft or
t Oregon Short Line system who
I
expected to leave for the west this
afternoon to moot the director of main
tenance and oppUions nov at Sparks
and en ionic east was called to the
Yellowstone branch on Important bus
iness last night and will pr hahU re
turn from the north Sunday afternoon
or evening to meet Mr KniUsclinilt
in this city
While at the Union Depot en route
to Idaho last evening Mr Bancroft
said that the work of Installing crude
oil fuel plants west of Carlin on the
Salt Lake division would be com
menced at once and than instructions
had already been Issued to the en
gineering department to push the con
struction of large oil tanks at Carlin
Valniy Churchill Mina laws and oth
er points necessary to supply freight
engines with fuel of this character
Before these tanks arc completed and
Biipplleri with oil the heavy engines
nw in service on the two freight dis
tricts between Carlln ana sparks will
have been pent to the ships and equip
ped with oil burning apparatus Tho
passenger train engines on the Salt
I iko division will continue to burn
coal through to Sparks as will all
freight engines In svvlco between
Ogden and Carlln
This contemplated change In fuel
has been under consideration for some
time but no positive announcement
of the change was made until last
evening
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to the many kind friends and
oIl who assisted In numerous ways
during the sickness and death of our
Uai ling Baby and also for the many
beautiful floral offerings H Is our
earnest prayer that they receive the
same kind treatment and assure them
that their acts of kindness arc fully
appreciated
MR and MRS WM DOYLE
PAY DAY fOR
lIiE 816
ROADS
UNION PACIFIC CHECKS ARRIVED
FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Southern Pacific Checks Arc Expected
From the West Either Tonight
or Surday Morning
The Union Pacific pay checks ar
rived yesterday afternoon and have
been pretty generally distributed to
local employes and trainmen running
in and out of Ogden and the Southern
Pacific checks arc expected from tho
west either tonight or Sunday morn
ing While a few of these may be
distributed by the various depart
ments and cashed at tho Joint freight
depot early Sunda morning most of
the checks will be held over until
Monday
The shop employes will receive
their checks at 11 oclock Monday
morning and these can bo cashed
directly afterwards by Cashier Me
Caw at the joint freight house
THREE DRUNKS ARE
SENTENCED TO JAIL
Proceedings at the police court this
morning were very tames Three
drunks were lined up on the bench
They all wore of tho old sot order
having only the one explanation to
make regarding thou previous state of
intoxlc Uon1oolt a drop too much
William Bradford was given JIve
das in the bactilc for his over in
dulgence after be had attempted to
toll the Judge that he was not very
drunk
Henry Hawkins declared ho we Snot
I
not fiullty and the Judge placed him
under a 5 bail bond Henry returned
to jail where he will likely serve the
live days time
John Doody who was before the
Judge yesterday was given a rapt
mand and a suspended sentence of
HP was told that If he was again ar
raigned In the court for drunkenness
he would get the limit ninety days
II P Ncbold was arraigned on thn
charge of obtaining money under
lalse pretenses and pleaded not guilty
The time for tho hearing of the case
was left with the county attorney
Ncbold is tho rudn who a few days
ago had a check for 25 drawn on a
Minneapolis hank cashed at the
First National bank find It is alleged
that it was afterwards learned that
Iw had no funds in tho bank
The 2fi ball of A R Tamplo was
declared forfeited and Deputy Sheriff
Allison turned the money over to the
Municipal court clerk
SERVICE AT TABERNACLES
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Elder Wllford 11 McKcndrlck will
be the speaker at Hit Tabernacle Sun
day afternoon Besides the regular
opening exercises the following
musical numbers will be given
Organ Solo Selected Sam F
Whltakor
Vocal Duet Mr Grlllln and Mrs
Slater
Vocal Solo Selected Hagbort
Andorton
Services begin at 2 oclock
Dancing Party Women of Wood
craft Sego Lily Circle will give n
dancing party at Svlv Park Wed
nesday evening August 25
BIG 6AN6S1
Of MEN AT
WORKAT
WORK
ONEILL CONSTRUCTION COM
PANY BUILDING A BIG DAM
Also Grading the Streets for the Pav
ing Weber Dam Soon Will
Be Completed
I According to J P ONeill of Mm
ONeill Construction company tno
mammoth power line that nas boon j
under course of construction for so
long in Weber canyon will he com I
pleted within the next thirty days
We would have been through with
the work by this time had it not boon
for the fact that the liver has been
Riving Us trouble and greatly retard
Ing our progress on Iho dam The
water of tho river strange as It may
seem at this time of year raised fulli
two feet last week and did some dam
age to llio partly completed dam we
have in the river at the point whet
we aro working
I Mr ONeill stated that he did not
thiak the HBO of the water In Mm
river was duo to cloudbursts 01 ex
1 cess vo rains in the mountains but
that very likely tho water from sonic
of the irrigating ditches in the upper
country had been turned Into the
river for temporary diversion
They are now working sixtyfive
men on the dam and arc accomplish
ing splendid results
Mr ONeill has a force of over sixty
men and thirty teams at work on the
grading of Twentyfourth street and
ILiiicoln avonuo preparatory to the
paving of those streets He claims
that he Is being much hampered In
the work because of the indecision of
the city fathers regarding the matter
of laying the rails for the street cars
in prospect being placed on those
streets Ho also states that the ex
cavations for senIce pipe on Wash
ington avenue aro causing him un
told annoyance These excavations
are made he says and then left open
for a number of days which means
that ho cannot place his men at work
at those particular points
Mr OXcIIl said however that ho
expects to finish the grading within
three weeks time
TRAMPING THE FAIR
FROM PHilADELPHIA
Jack Williams of Philadelphia a
continent trotter arrived In Ogden I
this morning on his wog tn Seattle
Air Williams claims he is making I
the trip from Philadelphia to Seattle
on a wager of 15000 that he can
make the distance In six months time
He left the former place In April anl
will be duo at Seattle In October He
seems to be confident that ho can
make the time
The provisions of tho contest are
thai ho shall make living expenses
while on the journey in a legitimate
way and walk over toot of the dls
lance Mr Williams Is making trav
eling expenses by doing advertising
stunts at various points and In deliv
ering lecture on journalism the bat
tic of Santiago and A Trip Across
the Continent
After remaining a few hours in Og
den he will continue his journey to
ho northwest
FORMER OGDEN EDITOR
COMES TO ViSIT FRIENDS
I
Judge B W McDanlel of La Junta
Colo is In the city accompanied by I
his mother Mrs Louisa McDanlel the
guest of Mrs E A McDanlol of 30G1
Porter avenue Judge McDaniel will
be remembered by many as the edit
or of a red hot Democratic dally paper
published in Ogden about 1891 who
afterward studied law aud for a mini
her of years was an attorney at Rich
field About nine years ago he ic
moved to Colorado and at the last
fall election was chosen district judge I
of Otero county He will spend a
three weeks vacation renewing old I
acquaintances in Ogden
LETTER LIST
List of letters remaining in the post
office at Ogden Utah August 17
which If not called for in two weeks
will be sent to tho dead letter olllce
Gentlemens1 List
Ambuhl A iMissou1 1 Pac Ry
Adair Tom More Prof B B
Akorman N A Morley F B
Burgess SOUl McDonald James
Brown T E3 Murphy C J
Bohan J V Monough H F
Blodgott G H Moycs E Earl
Beech G II Miller 1
Coole T C McCarthy W F
Church Charles NevadaGrande Mimi
Crocker Ed lngS Investment
I Condon E P Company
Darby A Niodro M A
Demon Bill Nionwenhulr Ro
I Diston C B bert
Ellis P G Nllsoo Chas
Klmoro Harry OKeefe Timothy
Evans Walter Poiilter Frank
Cmpcy Tom Prindle George
Fujita Pres Musical Club
Farry G P Peterson Chris
Frankey Chas Pippin Chas
Glenn B Rosborough W J
I GiggH Tlios M Roberts W
I Greene AL Rullnum D D
Glon Mr Rynoland J
Galewood Harold Schultz B
IlpnkPll George Skiles II I
Ifodson Bluior P Scott II D
Howard C C Stlnor Frank
Haymond Jack Smith John B
Jones Chas T Short Bill
Kennedy Jno Tiistlson Frank
Kiunaird D E Western Pac Ry
Korla M Whlto G William
King C D D Williams G
Lapp Henry T Walton Joel
Lavson FninkLadles
Ladles List
Ashlon Mra L II Jcnlngs Mrs Ruth
Benedict Mis Jchnson Miss Mayo
Mary Kimern Mrs
Bulsl Mrs Minnie
Common Miss Kennedy Mrs
Mazie Maggie I
Brown Mrs R K Miller Miss
Clark Mrs Alice Grace
Coughn Mrs Murray Miss I
Ellen Stella
Davis Mrs T Mlddlpton iMra
Donulnaon Mrs J J
D E Martin Mrs Rosa
Dolanq Miss Isu Xewcomb Miss
belle May
Edwards Mrs Mat PetersonMiss Ruth
lie Pcdorsen Eva I
a i It r
I i 000 DOLLS at COST I
m = =
1 I
An kinds of Toys J I
r Er a your own
Price ff
v
We must move orar present L l
e 5hck 6QUIcni o make room n
I for G lU l2iThOFmOllS sock com i i
ing i1om Germany and France I
S e 0 in ow Display I
1 m Utah StatIonery Co J
a f rAJ uY O iIfF 1
Krnst Mrs Clar Proctor Miss
ence Mantle
Evans Mrs Fred Portor Mrs Wm
Frances Miss Ring 1111111 Miss
Alice Madge
Flint Mrs Vic Sexton Mrs Roslc
Garrctt Miss Tea ThomI1Sou Mre
Gill Mrs Grocer C P
Holmes Miss HcleiWiles lira A E
HopklnoMrsHarry Wolfgang Kath
Harmer Miss Floss rln
Hansen Miss Ella Wilson uUfes Lyrlp
Hayman Mrs Zimmermann Miss
Frank Blanche
Papers
Mahaira J Stockpole Win
L W SHURTLIFF P M
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Mattson Remains Administrator
In the probate division or act district
court this morning the petlthn for
revocation of letters of administration
to David Mattson in the matter of
the estate of John Contos deceased
was denied
DIED I i
Bronettu the Infant daughter of Mr
and Mrs Barcno Van der Schuit died
at 10I5 this morning at the family
residence 740 Twentyeighth street
after an illness of two weeks of sum
mel complaint Funeral services will
I
be announced later
TEACHERS EXAMINATIONS
An examination of unrertifieatcd
teachers of the Ogden City Sqlioola
will be held at the Ogden High School
Thursday and Friday September 2
I and a beginning at 9 oclock A RI
Writing materials will be furnished by
> xhe Board of Education
JOHN M MILLS
Superintendent
WANT ADS BRING BIG llESULTs
sszcagEggMaiaraffiHFrtreiy MiB
m WARD SAYS
To use tho best materials in the manufacture of your goods
then youre sure to please the people Theres never the
s slightest variation in the high quality of
I
WARDS BREAD
Wonderful care and precision onthe part of expert bakers
combined with facilities to be found in no other bakery in Og
den insures the uniformity of Words Bread Damp Days
Cold Days Wet Days Hot Days Wards Bread is always the
same
ITS THE BEST
Stores at 2341 Washington Avenue 356 25th Street
Phones 301 Ind 279 Bell pj
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ItO A c e 1 t I U t JrAi VnL IJ ii ailii l I
1J lSO 0 1 I n f
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i Sttegeil T Sjjl S one of flue
Woods B > et Mafees
to fee given away
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Vii our j ai t
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iw Glen JH Jf01 0 Piiftno < a r
of Oden
are the dorinors of this splendid instrument Every
visitor to the Fair should register at Glen Bros Bcoth j
at the Fair Grounds and receive a ticket on the Piano l
It costs you nothing to register and all are welcome tI
I v
i
t1Yllen liLID D > > tO PianoA t > j
Wish all visitors to see their elegant dispay of high I j
u grade Pianos and Player Pianos I
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