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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1909
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YOUR FALL HAT
If YOU care for a correct
Fall Derby made by a r
Hatter with a reputation
vc shall be pleased to Mr
show you the new blocks
in Blacks Gras ana f
Olives 3 1
STIFF HATS AT ti
3 4 or 5
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Theres no uncertainty
about our Hats either in
quality or correctness of
style
Exclusive Hatters f
charge more money for 5
Hnts but they handle no
better Hats than we do
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FRED M NYE CO
2413 Washington Ave
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ENCESJ
The Toggery has the finest line of
Rubber Sporting Boots in Ogden
Something new
Our heaters have arrived Largo
assortment Ogden Furniture < t Car
pet Co
Dont fail to visit tho Seventh Ward
Bazaar hold at the Amusement hall
on 12th St one block cast of Wash
Ave Sept 29 30 and October 1st
Lunch and refreshments Hall of
Relics and many other good features
Children admitted free in the after
noon from 2 till 5 p m Adults 25c
per couple
The Toggery has the finest line of
Rubber Sporting Boots in Ogden
Something now
Every ounce of B G Butter is
worthy
From Stanton IowaL V Peterson
of Stanton Iowa arrived yesterday
to take charge of the commercial de
partment of the Ogden Business col
lege
5c each paid for the first ten papers
of tho Evening Standard dated Sep
tember 10 1909 Boys look over your
mammas papers and get a nlcklc
The Toggery has the finest line of
Rubber Sporting Boots In Ogden
Something new
Called on a M lesion Parley T Car
ver son of James S Carver who is
president of the Retail Merchants as
sociation received a call yesterday
from the first presidency asking him
to prepare for a mission to Germany
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LADIES SOUVENIR MATINEE ISIS
THEATER THURSDAY AFTER
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Ladles who would like to sec the
Silver Spoons we are giving away as
Souvenirs can see them at the ISIS or
4 ORACLE any time
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ORACLE ISIS GLOBE
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j 1 01 New Fall
iH Goods r
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I The dainty hand embroidered I
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linen waists at 350 and 400
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to r pure linen at 200 225 and
250
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x The mannish shirts In dainty
stripes and checks at 125 150
and 175 I
New Tailor Suits In the latest
materials Homespuns Hop
sackings Sergec and Broad
i cloths
FALL MILLINERY FOR
STREET AND DRESS
IDE M llI VYKES CO
2335 Washington Ave
and Switzerland desiring him to be
ready to leave by October G If pos
sible Short as was the notice for
such a labor he left this morning for
Salt Lake City where ho will accept
the call and make the necessary ar
rangements for departure His many
friends wish him Godspeed on his
Journey and pleasure In the labors he
has been called to assume
COAL celebrated Peacock Rock
Springs nut the summer coal John
Farr Phone 27
Supt Whitney at Home Superin
tendent W A Whitney has returned
from an extended trip east and is
very busy today attending to busi
ness affairs which have piled up on
his table during his absence
The correct number Is 119 if you
want the bestthats Lewis Good
Coal
Big Gang at WorkOver one hun
dred men are engaged In the depot
yards laying concrete for the ten
tracks to be placed there It Is staled
by tho builders that the ten tracks
will be completed before cold weather
sets in
A good laundress and assistant
cook and house girl can find work and
good wages at Utah School for Deaf
and Blind
Heavy Rain StormOgden was vis
ited last evening by a heavy rain
storm The water fell In perfect tor
rents and within afew minutcss tlmo
the gutters along the streets wore
overflowing In ninny places the
streets were covered with from three
to five Inches of water The storm
lasted about two hours
Rock Springs Kemmerer Castle
Gate Anthracite and Coke M L
Jones Coal Co
Sugar Beet HarvestInformation
give out at the office of the Amal
gamated Sugar company this morning
was to the effect that tho Logan fac
tory will open October 01 unless the
recent rain has Interfered with the
beet digging which is now In progress
In tho Cache valley The storm of
last night was damaging to the sugar
beet interests here to the extent that I
progress In digging will be checked
and tho sugar quality of the beets will
be reduced The damage however is
not extensive
DR EPPERSONS
Dental office Is now on tho third floor
First National Bank Bldg
Now Home on Thlrtyflrst T
Jewell is building a 1400 dwelling
house on Thirtyfirst street between
Washington and Adams avenue
WANTEDGIRLS AT UTAH CAN
NNG FACTORY CORNER 29TH
AND PACIFIC FOUR CENTS PER
PAIL FOR PEALING
Look at the Business Directory
i Does It pay to have even a little ad
vertisement In the Evening Standard
Look at our Business Directory and
see if there Is not somebody adver
I tising there that you want to talk
with Close up to the top of the list
you will find the subhead Archi
tect So if you want nny work done
in that line you will find somebody
that is ready to do your work at reas
onable prices
Coal call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
a specialty Also prompt delivery of
I baggage 412 25th
Marriage Licenses Marriage li
censes were issued this morning to
James Fowler and May to Heller Og
den Charles Doman of Layton and
Helga Peterson of Himtsvillc Archly
bald J Hall of Ogden and Margaret
M Curls of Hooper A M Norback
I of Ogden and Frankie n Dunback of
Milwaukee Wisconsin George II
Beech and Martha Hilton of Ogden
I office Wanted White rag at Standard
All Wool GI kR cs
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Fabrics i
Perfect Fit d lfr a
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Out of the Ordinary
I Styles
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A 4 i K
These things add greatly to thc
wearing qualities of a suit of
clothes and to your personal ap a
pearance
I You will find it well worth your cuJrt Y
while to insist on them you will x S
get them if you come to us
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Watson Tanner
Clo e CO e >
376 24th St u
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fALL OPENIN6
AT WRi6lilTS
BIG STORE PEOPLE TO GATHER
ALL NEW STYLES
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Store to Be Decorated With Autumn
Leaves and Music Heard
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Friday and Saturday of this week
Wrights Store will hold lie Fall
Opening This is the occasion on
which all of the new goods arc dis
played prominently and the public Is
Invited to como and look regardless
of their desire to buy Tho buyers
from tho different departments have
recently returned from Now York
whore they spent from three to four
weeks looking over the new styles
thc now goods gleaning new Ideas
from the very highest authorities In
America The result of their choos
ing will be the object of this Fall
Exhibition which begins Friday mom
lag in every department The object
is to show all of tho new Fall goods
fhe management desires tho la
dies of Ogden to see the display
whether they come to buy or not
iSIXTU WARD
AT ORPUEUM
BIG HOUSE IS PROMISED FOR
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Proceeds Will Go to the Building
Fund
A good deal of good will and pub
lic spirit is being manifested toward
the Sixth Ward people In their ef
fort to build their new meeting house
particularly with reference to the
benefit performances which are to be
given at the Orpheum formerly
the Grand Opera House next Friday
evening and Saturday matinee Al
ready a great many tickets have been
sold and from the present Indica
tions the house will be filled to its
capacity This is concluded not only
because of the fact that those even
Ings will be for the benefit of the new
house but also from the fact hat this
bill at the Orpheum Is an exceptional
ly good one Some of the regular pa
trons of the house say that it is the
best they havo yet had
The program for these two per
formances will consist of the regu
lar bill and will probably Include lo
cal talent as well There are a
great many people who have expressed
themselves us being glad to assist tho
new building in this way and one
will not only be assisting a very good
cause but will gel value received
Thc desire of those in charge of
the ward part of the affair Is to have
all the children attend the Saturday
matinee Not only the children of
tho city but those of the county as
well arc invited to he present on that
occasion The management of thc Or
rheum Is allowing the greater part
of their proceeds for these perform
ances to be given for this cause and
the public generally seems to he
greatly in favor of the movement
Tickets can bo had at Culleys
Drug Store Caves Drug Store and
at Wrights Tickets purchased at
thc above places can be exchanged for
scats at the box office of the Orpheum
GLOBE = = ISIS = = ORACLE
The two feature pictures shown In
thc GLOBE THEATRE this week aro
undoubtedly the best shown in this
house under Us present management
GRATITUDE In point of story and
photography reaches the highest type
In Motion Pictures Its a homo drama
with such penetrating truths the
morals of which leaves a lasting Im
pression
THE CALL OF THE WILD is a
FINE story of thc Civilized Redman
and is beautiful In photography and
superbly acted
At the ISIS Is the MOUNTEBANKS
SON a pnthe story of their high
standard of photography and acting
For a good hearty laugh TIS
THE WITCHING TIME OF NIGHT
will give It to you
At the ORACLE Is THE ORDEAL
the second chapter In the reformed
life of Joan Ynljoan No comment Is
ncccssarv on this picture
The shows begins promptly at 7 p
in In all three house COME EARLY
AMERICAN PARTY NAMES
SALT LAKE CANDIDATES
The nominees are
For mayor John S Bransford For
city attorney Harper J Dlnlnny For
auditor Rudolph Alff For recorder
Ben S Rives For treasurer Gideon
Snyder
Salt Lake Sept Americans of
Salt Lake City on Tuseday nominated
a ticket There were ice candidate
for mayor presented to the convention
They wero John S Bransford present
incumbent Joseph Lippman and Ezra
Thompson tho latter without author
ity The name of II G McMillan
who had boon a favorable candidate
In the mayoralty content was not
presented for the reason thai Mr Mc
Millan bellovocl that the interests ot i
the parly would bo conserved by not I
allowing hi namo to be presented
The nominations mndo for council I
men in the different wards of the city
by tho Americans are I
J B Moreion and J W McKinney
in tho First ward
E G ODonnell and C H Reed in
the Second ward
William T Davis and Thomas
Mathews In the Third ward
W Mont Ferry and Waller C Line
In tho Fourth ward
Martin E Mulvoy and Mark Reedall
in the Fifth ward
LOSS OF LIFE RECORDED
Now Orleans Sept 281he loss
of life and considerable damage ha
been recorded by the light houbo de
partment as a result of tug hurricano
last week These reports arc Just
beginning lo arrive the inaccessibility
of tho lighthouses preventing earlier
reports
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J once every year we have a Silk Sale of importance r
J > high class black silks are offered at keen rec 4
i ductions
the prices are so near the cost that we cannot > <
make approvals but those who wish may make selections
D D now and have the package held for them li
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i Black lor taffeta silk 27 inches wide 90c quality 59c Black for taffeta silk 3U inches wide 125 quality SSe
Black for taffeta silk 27 inches wide 100 quality 69c Black for taffeta silk 36 inches idei110 quality 98c
Black taffeta silk 36 in lies tt IdcA0 quality 73dtJ Black Poau Messaliuo a beautiful new weave 125 SSe >
for quality for
Black for Cotclc Cord Ub inches wide 175 quality 148
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CITY Offi AlS
N DEEP WATER
Mayor Brewer May Be Prosecuted for Having Allowed Gambling =
Other City Authorities InvolvedProsecution Has Money
Back of ItBuying of City Warrants
Under Investigation
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There is to hca shaking up of dry
hones and a dangling of skeletons in
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tho closet of the present city admin
Istration when oft organization now
forming becomes a legal entity
It Is understood that Mayor Brewer
Is to be haled Into court and mado
to explain why he permitted gamb
ling and for the prosecution of tho
mayor and others 5000 has been sub
s 0 Nt PUTNAM
LA n D TO I
EST
BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS WHICH
WERE TOKENS OF ESTEEM
Deceased Had Resided In Ogden Nine
teen years and Had Been a
Prominent Business Man
There was a large assemblage of tho
friends of Amos Whitney Putnam at
Richeys chapel at 330 oclock yes
terday afternoon to pay their last re
spects to his memory and lend their
words of comfort to the widowed wife
The casket was banked with beautiful I
flowers which were tokens of esteem
In which the deceased was held by
those who knew him
Brief services were conducted at the
homo before the regular services at the
chapel the Ro Elderkin of tho Con
gregational church ofllclnting Those
Going to II I
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If so you will need Locks and
Hardware Trimmings and can
not fail to be interested in the
beautiful goods made by Sar
gent Co Nothing adds so
much to the finish of a building
as artistic hardware The cost
of the best Is but a small Item
and the difference In price be
tween poor hardware and Sar
gents Artistic Hardware is but
trifling For the best Locks use
Sargents Easy Spring
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To Insure getting the Easy
Spring see that Sargent Co
Is cast on the case of the Lock
Boyle
I IIardware
Company
2455 Washington Ave
If Its Here Its Good
scribed And furthermore the mayor
is to be asked if he has been dealing
in city warrants during his term of
office
Other city officials and officers are
Involved and other irregularities and
illegalities aro to be charged other
than that pf allowing gambling
Those who prosecuted the city coon
cilmen a tow years ago are said to be
hack of this crusade
who acted as pallbearers mere Val I
entine Gideon John McCreadyV N
Peirce Dr F A Fernlund A A Wen
ger and J W Lindstrom
Rev Eldorkin preached an eloquent
sermon at the chapel and Miss Bell
Slater sang beautiful solos Mr El
derkin spoke of the deceased as one
who accomplished much good in this
world and that for him there was a
glorified cxistf2nco in the eternal
world He stated that death was but
an incident In life that could neither i
take away nor add lo the qualifications
of men and he implored the sorrow
ing wife to be reconciled and cease
being troubled over her husbands
death
deathmoR
Amos Whitney Putnam was a man
of sterling worth and was highly re
hpected by those who know him In this
community Ho was In business In
Ogden for a long time and his ac
quaintance was cry > < a uflvo Ho
was always frugal and honest hi his
lifework and wat n potent factor In
the commercial uplift of tho city
Mr Putnam was born at Big Bond
Wisconsin October 19 1812 and died
at his homo 469 Thirteenth street
Friday September 24th lie was ill
for a number of months immediately
prior to his death He was a gradu
ate of thc Milwaukee Business college
and also a student of the Appleton
college He spent fourteen years as a
bookkeeper for a largo business house
In Philadelphia before coming west
Mi and Mrs Putnam came to Ogden
from Chicago in the year L890 and here
Mr Putnam spent the remainder of
his life Ho retired from active bus
I iness pursuits when ho was taken ill
last January Mrs Putnam is the on
ly surviving relative
PRLNCIPALS
ENTERT AiN
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I HEADS OF SCHOOLS TO ENJOY A
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At Which Members of the Board of
Education and Their Wives Aro
to Be Guests
The Principals Association of Og
den has arranged lo give a banquet
I at the Hermitage tonight the mem
bers of the board of education and
their wives will be the special guests
I of tho occasion and the reunion Is
contemplated to be tho mo e 1 f
in the history of the orr v v J Tt
Is the custom of the abSuclauon to
have a social gathering each year
soon after the schools open with tho
object of affording tho principals an
opportunity to got acquainted and
also to encourage a stronger tranter
nalism
The party will leave tho city at 7
I oojock this evening over the Ogden
Rapid Transit car line The banquet
I will begin at S oclock and continue
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until D30 A special car will return
from the Hermitage at 11 oclock
Thc program and menu for the even
ing follow
0 quantum est subitis caslbus
Ingenlum
Principal J 0 Cross Toastmaster
Prospects and Realities Hon M S
Browning president ot the Board of
education
We spike and into every heart his
words
Carried new strength and courage
Homer
The Scfentlflc Spirit In Educatlon
Dr C E Coulter member of the
board of education
I value Sciencenone can prize It
more
It gives ten thousand motives to
adoreColes
Our Guests Principal Walter E
Wade
The friends thou hast and their
adoption tried
Grapple them to thy soul with hooks
of steel Shakespeare
The School and the Community
Superintendent J M Mills
What greater or better gift can we
offer thc republic
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Than to teach and Instruct the youth
Cicero
Why Is a Supervisor Supervisor
Wllla Spurgeon
Power exercised with violence has
seldom been of long duration but
tombcpr and moderation generally
produce permanence in all things
Seneca
The SubHigh A Problem of Con 1
centration Principal D H Adams
Who climbs the grammartree des
stlnclly knows
Where noun and verb and participle
grows Juvenal Sixth Satire
The Principals Opportunity Prin
cipal W L Underwood
Education Is the only Interest
worthy the deep controlling anxiety
of the thoughtful manWendell
Phillips
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MENU
Salted Almonds I
Oyster Cocktail Olives
Tomato and Cucumber Salad I
Trout
Chicken
French Fried Potatoes Green Peas
Hot Rolls
Ice Cream Cake
Coffoo
Fruit
s word gey shrdlu etaoln shrdlun
FOR SALE
A modern six roomed brick house
with barn 1G2 21st St
RETURNS FROM SOUTHERN
UTAH NATIONAL FORESTS
A C McCain assistant chief of the
grazing department of the forest ser
vice has returned from an interest
ing trip through the Klabab national
forest In Southern Utah Ho reports
crop conditions In that section to be
favorable in every particular except
that thc harvest has been consider
ably retarded by virtue of the exces
sive storms of tho past month Tho
floods he says have done great dam
age to the roads and to the crops that
were lying in the fields In an unpro I
tected condition at the time of tjitc
storm
He stales that ou the Buckskin
mountains which are embraced In lie
ICIabab forest about 14000 head of
I cattle arc being grazed annually 10
000 of the stpck belonging to ono com
pany and 4000 belonging to the farm
ers It has developed that the large
rattle owner and the small one can
not agree as to rang regulations and
In order to correct the friction as
nearly as possible the forest service
service proposed that if tho small
owners the farmers would haul the
wire from Marysvalo to the range and
the big stock company string it on i
tho trees the forest department would
pay for the wire
This cooperative plan was agreed
to and within the next few months a
fourwire fence thirtyfive miles long
will bo built in that country which
r will divide the herds of tho large cat
the company from those of the grang
ers II la expected that this plan will
eliminate further trouble between the
two factions and that peace will reign
ns never before Mr McCain says
the ranges In southern Utah are In
I splendid condition and that tho cat
tlo arc fat
GENERAL GRANT REPLIES
TO HIS CHICAGO CRITIC
Washington Sept 29 It was not
a temperance parade but a domonPlra I
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AMUSEMENTS HA
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ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE J
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MARGARET FEALY CO j
MATTHEWS ASHLEY
CONROY LE MAIRE < CO
CHARLES P WEBER
THE GIRL BEHIND THE VEIL
SCHETTLER STAFFORD
THE KINODROME
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
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MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY
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Prices Matinee 15 25 and 50c
Night 15 25 50 and 75c
lion in favor of good government and
law und order and I should have been
derelict 1 nmy duty if I had net when
requested headed the parade ns I did
and I shall continue until prohibited
to do the same thing whenever I deem
it necessary to advance the cause ff
good government
This Is the substance of a state
ment made by General Frederick D
Grant today in answer to a protest
made by W R MIchaells of C1t cage
a member of the executive board of
the United Societies for Local Sell
government criticising Grant for har
ing appeared In full uniform in a so I
called temperance parade in that city J
last Saturday
General Grant added that there was
no law written or unwritten or reg
ulation that in any way abridged his
right to wear his uniform on occasions
he saw fit and he assumed that no of
ficial action on tho part of the car
department would be taken in the mat
ter
CRIMINAL LIBEL MEETS
ANOTHER SEVERE SETBAC
Indianapolis Sept 29Jullgc An
derson of tho United States district
court today refused to grant the plea
of the government for a recontlnu
ance of the hearing of Delavan Smith
and Charles R Williams proprietors
of the Indianapolis News who aro
charged wljh criminal libel in having
published articles alleged to intimate
that there was corruption in the sale
of the Panama canal zone to tho Unit
ed States
JEFFRIES IS1 IN TRAINING
NEAR CITY OF PARIS
Paris Sept 29JameR J Jeffries la
in traIniug in a suburb of Paris H
is taking long walks and jumpin
Nothing definite has been arranged re
garding a fight with Tack Johnson for
tho heavyweight championship of ti ° I
world Hugh McIntosh offered 5QOM
for a fight In Paris and later raised
his offer to 55000
f What better use can
you make of a nickel
than to exchange it for
a cake of Ivory Soap
What else will give
you so much satisfac
tion
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I What other soap can
be used for so many k
different purposes for j
the bath the toilet and
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for fine laundry use
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Ivory Soap
A Per Cent purer
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