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i THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 18 1909
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Sasggest oU1Js
LADIES DEPT
Ladies Suits Cloaks Waists
Furs Petticoats and Millinery
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MENS DEPT
Mens Suits Overcoats Hats
and Shoes
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CHILDRENS
Childrens Suits Overcoats
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and Hats
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
A small Payment Down
Balance
SlOO a Week or 400 a Month
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EARRY REINSHRIBER Mgr
366 24th St
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rings No 50
Cell Phone two rings No 66
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone ono ringNo 50
Bell Phone one ringNo 5a
RANDOM
REfERENCESi
Millinery SpeclalSOOCholcc of I
every trimmed hat In Block for 500 I
Heavers and hats as high as 2000 I
Included In this sale Special line
at 300 Ladles rlonL miss this bar
gain sale In millinery Millinery de
partment at Wrights
Advertisers must nave their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore the day on which tho advertise
ment Is to appear In order to insure
publication
Sleighing FineBilly Wilson of
the Hermitage says the sleighing ii
the canyon is the best It has been
since the early SOs thirty years ago
He says the boulevard is more beau I
tiful now than it could possibly be
n the balmiest days of summer
Consumers Coal Co All kinds of
good coal Agents for Grass Creek tho
best 4 coal on tho market A A
Shaw Mgr Both phones 418
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
n epeclalty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
Elmer W Brainard the popular
inscription specialist in A R Mcln I
yre s drug store is celebrating the I
arrival of a bright baby girl at his
home yesterday afternoon Mrs
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Brainard and the little one are doing
Cicely
tVANTED Clean white rags at the
Standard
Coal call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack
Our effort in the quality of our B I
t G Butter is for your benefit
Men Under Petit Larceny Charge
IVlth a pair of trousers Identified by
he proprietor of a second hand cloth
Ing store on lower Twentyfifth street
is having been stolen from his store
Mike Donahuc and Jack Mldbey were I
arrested by Patrolmen iMohlman and
HerrIck yesterday afternoon and lodg
ed in tho city Jail A charge of petit
arceny was placed against the two
men who will be given a hearing in
police court this morning
COAL Call up Parker Co or
ates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coai Co
STAR BRAND Webster Typewriter
Gibbons at 75 cents Get a coupon
look of L H Becraft corner Grant
and Twentyfourth streets
F W CHAMBERS SAVES
THOUSANDS OF QUAIL
But for the thoughtfulness of Fred
IV Chambers state fish and game
commissioner thousands of quail
ilong the foothills east of the city
would probably have starved to death
after the recent heavy snowfall
Learning that the snow along tho
Benches was about twenty inches deep
md that it would be Impossible for
he game birds to live unless they
sere fed Mr Chambers accompanied
jy his son drove up to the mountains
Wednesday with a quantity of wheat
and cracked corn which was dlfatrlb
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FOR EATING
Wholesome Bakestuffs arc bettor
when you order
PEERYS
CRESCENT
FLOUR
than at any other time
In fact it isnt a chance at all but
a CERTAINTY that your baking vIll
be better if you use
PEERYS CRESCENT FLOUR
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1 4 WaSH1tBWlgion Av0 JL l J ML 18 r > 1 vj t Ceraafin Satisfaction
I oS The MO ri Resourcelul Xmas Store I
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Never in the history of this store has the great holiday stocks been so complete Thousands of
t N useful and handsome gifts selected with the greatest care so as to meet with the approval of i
1 the most critical shopper and underpriced so as to make the burden of Christmas shopping easy
Ti t CIIRIRTMAS GIFT BUYING WONDERFULLY
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AN IrDEAJL SIHIOPPHNG CENTER FOR THE
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Fine Leather Goods Belts and Buckles Evening Gowns Wraps Coats Suits Silk
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4 New Mesh Jet and Fish Scale Bags Jewel READY SELECTION OF PRACT CAL GIFTS Petticoats Silk Kimonos Dressing Sacques
ry Silk Scarfs Neckwear Gloves Silk Hos OF DISTINCTiVE M ERI T IN STY LE AND Bath Robes Furs Umbrellas Handker x
iery Perfumes chiefs Silks Dress Goods
1L QUALITY AT MODERATE COST 0
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J I We Suggest These as Among the Many Lines Made Unusually Interesting on Account of Lowness of Price I +
OJ Worrtlmy Um1rellHllls s in Furs lor Gilts Handkerchiefs Christmas t
t S Lz 1lJ1r Men and Womell1l Style JExcellling in NewBess and Beauty
The widest range of dainty cxtlusivo
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The usefulness of an umbrella makes it a With an extensive display more than adequate for every demand these two notable styles There is a marked preference for the
most sensible gift our great assortment affords r will in at to the appreciation of gift
features newness and beauty add 1n great measure every exquisite novelties we show in Handkerchiefs
At every advantage The covers are of the best
i qualities at each price The handles vary from chosen from our lines The great varieties of different styles and furs and the fact that supplying as they do the demand for gifts that
e the plain natural wood to the most elaborate they arc confined to this store affords an assortment of exclusiveness which at once impresses are distinctive always highly acceptable and
exclusive novelties in pearl gold and silver
pear o presses the unusually large numbers making purchases of furs for gifts comparatively inexpensive Our displays are
200 handsome mounted umbrellas al w
r at is special 125 Brook Mink Stoles very popular this season muffs to match Ktoles starling at t 5 and up proving especially interesting in charming l
d Sable Fox of skins in all shapes starting at 375 to 4500
and 111
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Isabella ITo A an a ilk l ox u
125 beautiful gift umbrellas 500 values hand embroidered Madcria Appenzue Swiss
at 300 Isabella Opossum 62 in long fur both sides fox tailed trimmed sale at 500
1 300 exolusive designs in umbrellas at y Isnbclla Raccoon OS in long beautiful fur throws no end to the wear starting at1250 and Irish and Armenian Prices range
350 to 1250 Hudson Bay Clinic Tap Mink Seal Martin Stone Martin Black Fox in great varieties from 3 9 to 10
= Lounging Robes Silk PeUicoat and 1ovs 1 Neckwear
J I Bath robes dressing gowns Womens pref Beautiful silk kimouas a most pleasing P Centemen the quality mark attesting high The rare daintiness of the new neckwear
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erence for refined colors and patterns have color effect and distinct exclusiveness is found est perfection in kid gloves Gifts of P Cen now being our small prices make
remarkably
I plnys At such
been carefully considered temen made kIll gloves going to women not yet
in these two ideal gifts For the holiday shopping most acceptable gifts Handsome head scarfs
Handsome blanket bath robes all colors and
sixes at 1 400 500 600 750 up ping here is a good suggestion handsome familiar with the many points in which they of Silk Crepe dc Chcnc hand embroidered and
r r excel immediately impressed with the soft at 125 to SAO
to 1200 silk petticoat at 475 or one of those beau are hand spangled 0
i t 1 Lounging robes in the greatest range of colors tiful long silk kimonas handsome border pat fine kid with superior finish Wear longer and Thousands of neckwear styles in separate
2 9S 1500 flower 500 better than made boxes 25d to 250 box z t
b styles and weights From9S to terns or design and up look any glove
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AN IDEAL USEFUL GIFT Evening coats and capes most effective From now until Christmas day the entire Lin ens
13f We announce prices which will be the low models added to our display this season in all silk and dress goods stock will be placed on
est of the entire 3 ear in many cases we have the dainty new shades at great reductions special sale at prices lower than ever quoted Imported direct to this store from John
marked them just half price And you well Just reached us a great express shipment of in Ogden before Browns celebrated linen mills Table linen
know that the assortment is by far the most the newest black coats which will be placed on A dress pattern or silk pattern most ac napkins to match beautiful table sets doilies
complete in the city Entire line reduced sale at special prices ceptable runners in an endless variety Special prices
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uted broadcast to the halfstarved
birds The little birds flocked around
their benefactors In droves and even
Invaded the buggy which was loft for
a short time while Mr Chambers and
his son distributed the wheat and
cracked corn In places where the snow
had melted or blown away Mr Cham
bers has instructed the game wardens
and their deputies to feed the quail
ut least twice a week while the snow
Is deep This will be continued until
the snow melts when the birds can
find their own food again
OGDEN MAN TELLS OF
THORNTONS GROWTH
John L Hancock sends the following
letter from Thornton Idaho to the
morning paper
Thornton Idaho is an enterprising
and growing town with a population
of 500 inhabitants Thornton Is in
Fremont County twentyone miles
northeast of Idaho Falls on tho St
Anthony branch of the Oregon Short
Line railroad The valley in which
this thriving town is located is one
of the most fertile spots of the Upper
Snake River Valley
The settlers in the surrounding
community are sturdy farmers com
posed mainly of English Swedish
Danish and German people The trib
utary settlements to Thornton are In
dependence Union Burton Cedar
Point Lyman Archer Sunnjslde and
Hurburt and large crops are produced
every year by dry farming
Extensive Building Improvements
A beet dump located In Thornton
handles all market sugar beets from
all the above named settlements The
Short Lino has erected a handsome
depot at this point and many mer
chants arc either building new struc
tures or remodeling and enlarging
their present quarters
Thornton has a passenger service
of two trains daily besides two freight
trains pich day
Mammoth Grain Elevators
Thornton also has two elevators
with a capacity of 250000 bushels of
grain This alone shows that Thorn
ton Is a central distributing and mar
ket point that can only be equaled by
the most thriving settlement in Idaho
and second to none In point of a
market center
Public Spirit Rules
A stage line to Bois Hot Springs
meets all trains and the traveling
public is cared for without inconven
ience
Plans are under consideration for
the erection of a new high schpol
building and work is expected to com
menco as soon as weather will per
mit
Hurburt An Asset to Thornton
Agriculture is the chief Industry
throughout tho whole valley Ilur
hurt is a settlement nine miles frbm
Thornton and wagon tralllc is very
heavy A movement Is on foot to con
struct a shorter wagon road between I
these two points which when com
pleted will be of great value to tho
farmers In hauling their products to
market Grain in the chief product
raised In the vicinity of Hurburt but
alfalfa sugar beets potatoes onions
and small vegetables thrive very well I
Ready Market for Range Stock
In the other named settlements
horses sheep hogs cattle poultry
and bees are the main products and
a ready market Is offered the grow
ers Now Is the time for wideawake
business men to get in on the ground
floor and grow up with the community
JOHN L HANCOCK
LECTURE AT WEBER
ACADEMY POSTPONED
Owing to a delayed train Lee Fran
cis Lybaigor the popular platform
lecturer who was scheduled to ap
pear at the Weber Academy Thurs
day evening had to postpone his en
gagement here until December 27
The management of the Lyceum
course under whose auspices tho lec
ture was to have been delivered ar
I
ranged an excellent concert In which
the academy band and choir took part
so as not to disappoint those who had
gathered at tho lecture hall in anti
cipation of the lecturo
CALLED TO EASTERN
HOME ON SAD MISSION
Charles C Hupfer a local confec
tionery dealer and E C Baker book
keeper at the Commercial Bank loll
for the cast yesterday afternoon Both
were called away on a similar sad
mission
Mr Hupfer received a telegram an
nouncing the death of his father at
thu family home In North Platte Neb
Thursday night Upon tho receipt of
the message lie went to the Commer
I
cial bank to inform Mr Baker who Is
a cousin The latter also produced a
telegram of similar import In which
he was also advised that his father
D A Baker had died tho evening be
fore at Denver
D A Baker is well known here hav
ing made this city his home for a
number of years before going to Den
ver to live Mr Hupfer and Mr Bak
er were joined at Green River by Joe
Hupfer a brother ot tho former
I0TfiER OF OCEY
SNEADSHOCKED
New York Dec 17ilrH Carolyin
W Martin raised her heavy veil to
day and suddenly became spokesman
In tho tombs for the three silent sis
ters who must explain to the court of
New Jersey the death of Mrs Ocey
Suead
Mrs Martin who Is the victims
mother has proved far more communi
cative than either Virginia Wardlaw
the aunt at East Oragne or Mrs Mary
Snead another aunt all throe charg
ed with tho murder
I am here volunteered Mrs Mar
tin today as the result of a conspir
acy on the parlor millionaires who
want what little property I have left
Ever newspaper In New York subsi
dized of these millionaires who are
persecuting ire The shock and injus
tice of my arrest have enfeebled an
old woman If that Is what my ene
mies want they need go no further
My daughter Ocey came to her
death by her own hands I did not
see her I did not know it was done
until Virginia was arrested but I was
not surprised
Claim Suicide Mania
Tho suicidal mania of Ocey Snead
is apparently the defense relied upon
by the three members of tho Ward law
family arrested In connection with her
m storlous death Desplto the fact
that prison bars now hold all the wom
en members of the family in which
the bath tub victim lived when she
was either slowly grieving herself to
death over the disappearance of her
husband as Mrs Caroline B Martin
her mother insists or being system
atically starved and mentally In
fluenced Into a state of helplessness
as Is one of the police theories tho
m ster of the affair seemed today
little nearer actual solution than when
the first discoveries were made
We starve her explained Mrs
Martin In commenting on the police
suggestion We all loved her more
than our lives That was one of the
wars in which she intended to do away
with herself If no other fashion of
fered
NEGRO EXPIATES CRIME
Richmond Va Dec 17ClIfton
Breckenridge a negro was electro
cuted here today for a criminal at
tack on a 6yearold girl He confes
sed
JACKSONVILLE RESULTS
Jacksonville Dec 17An excellent
gathering witnessed some brilliant
racing here today Pantoufle carrying
topweight 111 polinds ran away from
his field in the overnight handicap
which brought together some of the
best platers here Pantoullo hung a
new track record for the six furlongs
I negotiating the distance in 114 flat
I Summary
First race five and a half furlongs
Cross Over won Totta Creed sec
ond Dixie Knight third Time
iOS 15
Second race six furlongsGeorge
W Lebolt won Ballot Box second
Ragman third Time 114 45
Third race five and a half furlongs
Tom l McGrath won La Gloria sec
ond Home Run third hue 107 15
Fourth race six furlongs Pantoufle
won Guy Fisher second First Prem
ium third Time 114
Fifth race seven furlongs LaReJno
Hindoo won Aunt Kate second
Mary F third Time 128
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth
Billy Pullman won Paradise Jueen
second Heart of Hyaclnthe third
Time 149
MANN DrNOUNGES
Ur JUST CRiTICISM
Washington D C Dec 17 Denun
elation of officials of the executive
departments of the government who
criticise without just cause was the
subject of a speech by Representative
Mann and another speech of a similar
tenor by Representative Fitzgerald of
New York who said
A certain distinguished official
was responsible for the bad example
he had set for his subordinates en
livened an otherwise dull session of
the house today It was understood
generally that Mr Fitzgerald had for
mer President Roosevelt In mind
rho District of Columbia appropria
tion bill was road but was not put
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I KRYPTON
I Invisible bifocal lenses the finest made Can
Ii see far and near without that sightly dividing i
line We sold a largo quantity last year for
Xmas Buy glasses here If you want them I
right
J T RUSHMER
Special Agent Kryptok MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN 2464 WASH i
I upon Its passage and will again be
taken up Monday
I Some saving was offected by reduc
j ing appropriations for increases In
salaries for district officers or by elim
II inating altogether paragraphs making
provisions for new offices Represen
tative Macon of Arkansas again as
sumed the role of the watchdog ot
the treasury and made points of or
der against several pushers of the
bill Rather unexpectedly the house
I agreed to Insert In the bill an appro
pilation of 17000 for playgrounds lot
tin children of the district
Near tho close of the day Mr Mann
j made an attack on air Tweedtile audi
I tor of tho district for criticising the
government In public speeches Ho
said that If the official had made state
ments attributed to him ho ought to
be diBclmigcd
The senate was not in session to
day
DUNS REVIEW
I New York Dee 17 R G Dun
Cos Weekly Review of Trade Will
say The year is closing with the volumo
of business more than the normal
point and tho confdpnco fully restor
ed The prevailing high commodity
prices Indeed produce considerable Ir
rcgulailty and there Is much discus
sion among the close students econ
omic conditions as to their effect on
the money market and on the Indus
trial and labor situation But the bus
iness world seems to be adjusting it
I self to tho conviction that an era of
high prices has set in to continue for i
an Indefnlte period
The sustained value of raw cotton
following tho government cotton re
port has confirmed selling prices of
cotton goods and additional advances i
are made In bleached goods colored
cotton and wide print cloths for con f
verting purposes Retail trade Is ac I
tive and a large holiday business Is
being done Dullness In export trade
in cotton goods Is combining with the J
difficulty In getting prices on heavy
cotton to force a curtailment ot tho
output for a time In the eastern and
southern mills manufacturing them
Mens wear lines for fall of 1910 are
about ready and staple overcoating
has opened at prices ranging from 10
to 20 per cent advance over last fall
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JUDGE DENIES PLEA I
TO FILE ANNULMENT ti j
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Chicago Dec 17Judge Honorc en L
tored an order here today In the clr
cult court denying to Mrs Grace B
Guggenheim the right to file to peti
tion asking that the decree ol divorce
obtained by her In 1901 from William
Guggenheim one of the Guggenholms
of smoker fame bo set asldo i
I The woman who married again
shortly after the decree was entered i
has been seeking to have the decree f
I annulled on the ground that It wosr
obtained by fraud she not having I
been a citizen of Illinois when the I
case was tried Tho attempt to an I
nul the decree was coinbattcd by coun I
sel for William Guggenheim who al J
so has married again
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I ii GOOD SKATING AT SHUPES POND THESE BEAUTIFUL MOONLIGHT NIGHTS J
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