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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 30 1909
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Collars
TF you appreciate good
lars and Cuffs Svr youll like
our brands
Our Collars and Cuffs arc
made to our npecial order by
makers that bare brought Col
lar making and fitting to a
state of perfection
We show the correct
styles In Collars at16c 2
for 25c or 25c each Cuffs
25c or 40c
We carry both half and qtinr
ter sizes and the perfect siz
ing and culling of our Collars
enables us to fit every minis
neck with just the style and
size of collar he ought to wenr
Just try our kind of Collars
and Cuffs Sir I
FRED M NYE
CO
The Outfitters
2413 Wash Ave
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THEATRE
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE EVERY
NIGHT THIS WEEK AN ALL
STAR BILL
EDWINA BARRY
Supported by William Richards and
Company in the oneact farce by
Jlmmle Barry
BOUNDING GORDONS
Springing Jumping Athletes
BOOTBLACK QUARTETTE
Exponents of Harmony and Fun
MABEL McCANE
Presenting Her Own Songs
JOCK McKAY
Scotch Comedian
CARLETTA
The Human Dragon
Klnodrome and Orpheum Orchestra
Prlceo Matinee 10c 16c and 25c
Evening 10c 25c and 50c
I RANDOM
re REFERENCES
THIS WEEKS BILL AT THE OR
PHEUM IS ONE OF PAR EXCEL
I LENCE DONT MISS IT
For Sale Old newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
COAL Call up Parker Co rot
rates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coai Co
Constructing 011 Plant Engineer
+ Darling of the Short Linn local en
gineering department has been sent
out to CarJln to conclude work map
ped out for the construction of an
oil plant for the use of freight engines
un the western end of the Salt Lake
division
I ARE YOU GOING TO BE WITH
f YOUR FRIENDS NEW YEARS
NIGHT AT THE ORPHEUM THEY
i WILL ALL BE THERE
t
I PEACOCK Tho best Rock Springs
on the market Phone 27 John
Farr U
Coal call up Parkor d Co for
I < < r rates on lump nut and clack
< t Boosting Id1hoP II Moreland
who was recently promoted from Ore
hon Short Line agent at Idaho Falls
4 to freight and passenger agent at
+ Pocatcllo has developed Into an
f r Idaho booster and his eloquent pro
It dictions of the future of that state
are attracting attenlion from his su
periors along the Harriman system
ARE YOU GOING TO WATCH THE
OLD YEAR OUT AND THE NEW
ONE IN7 LET US HELP YOU PASS
THE EVENING AT THE ORPHEUM
Dont eat until we open was our
t motto and it was well worth waiting
At last you can break your fast and
i we invite you cordially to partake of
tho feast which will be worthY of a
Lucullus Reception opening Thurs
day Dec 30th at 5 p m Music and
refreshments
STORAGE at reasonable rates In
good brick building If you need any
room consult John Sccwcroft f Sons
Company
Arrival of Coal ICon continues to
arrive on every freight train from the
cast on the Union Pacific and Joint
Agent Chovers says there are now
nJ complaints filed with him regard
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Oracle IsisGlobe
The landing at Sydney Nova Scotia
of Com Robert E Peary Discoverer
I of the North Pole ia a special feature
at the GLOBE this week
A close view is given of the Roose
I velt the Peary family and tho var
ious members of the Peary Expedi
tion
A CORNER IN WHEAT at the
ISIS Theater coming as it docs when
agitation Is rlfo against the cornering
of commodities no subject has over
been produced more timely Evorv
phase of the question Is shown bo
pinning with a reproduction of Joan
Francois Millets masterpiece Tho
Sowors
CANDY MATINEE FOR TIlE
CHILDREN FRIDAY AFTERNOON
TO RELIEVE THE CROWD NEW
TEARS DAY MATINEE
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BIG GROCERY fiGHT ON
Carver Grocery Company Offers to Duplicate for Less Money Any Order Filled by Eastern
House With as Good or Better Goods 13 ill of Chicago Goods Just Received to Be Com I
pared in Court House Next Monday Afternoon Everybody Invited to See the Contest of
the Best Prices for the Best GoodsOgden Retailers Against the WorldNow is the Time r
to Stand Up for OgdenConsumers Protect ourselvesuRetaiIers Defend Yourselves
A friend of the Standard yesterday 1
handed the writer a bill of goods ho
I
had purchased from John Sexton
Company Chicago Ill The order I
for the goods was taken to John S
Carvor S Company and Mr Carver
was anlted what it would cost to dup
licate the order cash down The
total bill Including freight from Chi
cago amounted to 2796 and Mr I
Carver sent word back that he would
duplicate the same bill and In most
of the casos a hotter grade of goods
for 24 85 To say that the Standard I
editor was surprised is expressing
the matter mildly Hero Is a de
scription of the goods giving the num
ber of pounds and ounces with the
prices cf 1 S Carver Company In
tho first column and the prices of
John Sexton Company Chicago
111 in the second column
1iy lbs ham 5 253 232
111bs bacon 240 2J9
1 doz Quaker oats 135 98
5 lbs S D tea 200 300
1 lb tea can 00 181
16 oz cloves 30 64 i
1C oz nutmegs 50 96
5 Ibs Perf rice 30 25
5 Ibs nary beans 30 25
10 Ibs Brazil nuts 175 12J
10 Ibs walnuts 175 190
1 case Edel corn 190 250 i
20 lbs lard o60 2SO j
5 lbs Banner chocolate 200 110 i
15 l6a grocers candy 125 118 I
5 lbs peanut butter80 97
1 gal P W syrup 100 125 j
5 Ihs R D coffee 112 160 j I
Total 2485 2 A21
10 per cent for freight 251 i
279
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Tho foregoing conclusively proves
that the Carver Grocery company of I
fors to duplicate the same goods for i
311 less than tho goods are sold for J
in Chicago and delivered in Ogden I
When Mr Carver said that Ills tea i
and corn and his lard and his peanut
butler were of a much better grade j
than tho Chicago goods wo carried j
the news to the gentleman who ship I
pod from Chicago and ho promptly
said that he was ready to have a com
parison made and tho Standard baa 1
arranscd for Mr Carvers goods and
the Chicago goods to be exhibited at
the court house county commission I
Ing the shortage of fuel at Ogden or
adjacent points
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A HU
MAN DRAGON WE HAVE ONE AT
THE ORPHEUM THIS WEEK
The InterMountain Fair Assn
Will hold Its annual meeting on Jan
uary 12 1910 All parties knowing
themselves indebted to the Associa
tion should pay at once Bills against
the Association should be sent immed
iately to the Secretary P 0 Box
G74 Ogden Utah D T TRACY Sec
retary
Buy B G Butter and you will
never regret the purchase
Departed for Chicago Inspector
Ed Van Dyne of tho Pullman car ser
vice arrived from the south last even
ing and after spending a short tlnvi
with District Agent Kimmel left for
Chicago headquarters of the com
pany
THERE WILL BE A CROWD TO
SEE THAT GOOD SHOW AT THE
ORPHEUM NEW YEARS DAY RE
SERVE YOUR SEATS
GRAND MASK BALL Congress
Dancing Academy Now Years Eve I
Cash prizes Admission 50c per cou
ple Extra lady 25c
Dr Forbes has resumed practice
400 Eccles Building usual office hours
I
Will Run Special Train Traveling
Passenger Agent A B Mosoley of I
the Harriman lines says the Oregon
Short Line will operate a special
train from Sail Lake to Ogden on tho I
evening of January to accommodate
capital city sporting men who de
sire to witness the CollinsSullivan
boxing contest In this city It Is es
timated that 1000 Salt Lakers will
attend tho ring contost
Holiday rates via D R G One
single fare round trip Dec 18th 23rd
24th 26th 31st and January 1st Good
returning until January 3rd 1910
Reception opening of Charles New
Cafeteria a model plant with the
moat modern appliances thoroughly
sanitary meeting the most exacting
requirements of tho pure food law
the highest attainment in the art of
cooking aud serving food Dont miss
It Thursday Dec 30th 5 p m
Music Refreshments
EZMoney Kelly nioney to loan on
any good real estate Geo J Kelly
Master Mechanic E D Bennett
formerly of the Nickel Plate system
has accepted tho position of Master
Mechanic of the Utah division of the
Rio Grande and is now in harness
Kemmerer Coal guaranteed tho bas
Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Ina
140 Bell 499K
Charles Now Cafeteria 2376 Wash
Ave the brightest spot In Ogden
ANTEDClem white rags at the
Standard office
Storeroom for rent 419 Twenty
third street Inquire 2254 Washing
ton avenue 121tf
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
Subscribers who Go not receive their
paper by 630 p m phone UB and our
special carrier will deliver aj Into as
730 p m H B ARNOLD
Circulator
JOB PRINTERS ATTENTION
One Gem 30Inch papor cutter good
nil now for ale at tho Standard
office Call and see It and make an
offer Act quickly
I era room at 230 next Monday after I
noon
The housewives of Ogden are In i
i vited to he present when the exam i
ination Is made The Standard will I
I select three well known ladles who
shall be the Judges and In addition
ever lady present will be permitted
to Judge for herself Any other gro
I eery store that wishes to set Its goods
up In competition with the Chicago
goods is welcome to Join the con
I test
testThis exhibition means much to tho
i people of Ogden If Mr Carver can
sell the goods as above described at
the prices given it should put a stop
to the sending east for groceries We
know that the good people of Ogden
do not desire to send east for their
goods If they can buy at reasonable
prices at home
The gentleman who purchased the
above described goods in Chicago
said
I dont want Mr Carver or an
other grocer In Ogden to sell his
goods for less than I can lay them
down hero in fact I am willing and
I know many other people who ship
from the cast who also are willing
to pay ten per cent more to get the
goods here in Ogden rather than to
go to the trouble of ordering Horn
tho east
Our friend says he will gladly pay
3000 for the bill of goods above de
scribed which is a few cents more I
than 10 per cent added to the chtl
cago prices laid down in Ogden but
he wants fully as good a supply of
goods os he gets from the east lie
is convinced that his goods are bet
tor than the goods supplied by tho
Ogden grocer
The Standard has been rather se
vere on the local groceries in the past
and we believe Justly so but It may
bo that the grocery stores of Ogden
also have grievances and are at least
entitled to a square deal and if we
can help tho grocery stores of Ogden
to get more trade and have that
trade a cash trade and at the same
time give our people of Ogden bet
ter prices for better goods we shall
have accomplished good for both the
stores and tho consumers
Let everybody that Is Interested In
this matter como next Monday at 230
to the Court House and we will have
a little grocery exhibition that should I
surprise either the grocery stores or
the consumers
Mr Carver says Not only will my
store supply tho goods at tho prices
above quoted when purchased in
quantities from 2000 to 5000 but
1 am satisfied every retail grocery
store in Ogden will do the same
This is Important to every consum
er Tho dealers cannot blame the
people who earn from 230 to 100
per day for buying where they can
buy the cheapest Jn fact Mr Car
ver said that he could not blame a
working man for saving 5 00 to 1000
por mouth on his hill If he can do
so and he has nothing but good
wishes for the gentleman who was so
kind as to present this whole matter
to the Standard for investigation
Now If there are other people In
Ogden who think they arc buying a
superior class of goods for lees mon
ey In the East wo would like them
to take this matter up with the
Standard Immediately Let us have
a full and fair Investigation
Perhaps the Ogden stores arc not
carrying the proper grade of goods If
so lot us see that they do We prom
ise to withhold tho name of any per
non who will submit to us an Invoice
of goods purchased at prices lower
than they have been selling for in
Ogden Our only object in all this
matter IE to get tic consumer and the
retailer together on a basis that will
be profitable to both
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Tho following real estate transfers
nave boon lied for record in the of
fice of County Recorder Wallace
Nancy A Patterson to James E
Evans lots 1 to 12 and lots 19 to 24
Inclusive in block 2 First addition to
Academy Heights Ogden Consid I
eration 500
W B Duesler and wife to Joseph
I
I Its hard Ii going wilhout an
extra pair of trousers with that
suit
Often you wish to mnkc a
change have something differ
out in your clothes make tip
what you want though you might
not know it is a pair of trousers
of a striped pattern to wear with
that dark overcoat and vest
We have cm from 250 upof
exceptionally fine fabric patterns
and exceptionally well made
W atsOrl Tanner
Clothing Co
376 TwentyFourth Street
I
E Evans lot 10 block 1 First addi
tion td Academy Heights Consid
eration 510
Louise lL Smith to Joseph R
Evans lots 4 53 9 and 11 block 1
First addition to Academy Heights
Consideration 150
I
FLETCHER IS
I BOUND
John Doe said ho was drunk Tues
day as charged but that he would
like to get away and find something
to do
You are too shaky John said the
judge I think It will take at least
five days for you to got over lu You
had better go to jail for that length
of time
And John was taken to jail
The court rendered a decision in
the case of the city vs W H West
phal and Charles Burns tried Tues >
day The charge against the men
was obtaining money under false pre
tenses They bought a meal ticket
and Westphal afterwards returned to
the restaurant keeper and persuaded
him to let him Westphal have 2 ftO
on the ticket the restaurant keeper
to take the ticket up The court con
cluded that Westphal was guilty and
he was sentenced to pay a fine of G
or go to jail five days Burns was
lelcased
The preliminary hearing of Thomas
Fletcher a negro was concluded yes
terday the court binding him over
to the district court under a bond of
500 for an assault with a deadly
weapon with Intent to do great bod
ily harm
Fletcher was charged with an as
sault with a deadly weapon with in
tent to murder J B Abel on the night
of December 7th but the court stat
ed that it hardly thought the evidence
given in the case would support the
Idea of intent to murder but that it
was sufficient In the mind of the
court to warrant holding the defend
ant to answer the charge of assault
with a deadly weapon with intent
to do great bodily harm
S Nakajama a Japanese failing to
appear and defend himself against
the charge of selling liquor without a
license at 225 Twent fourth street
September 2Sth his bond for 50 was
declared forfeited
NEWOEN THEATRE
Management Selects Girl at
the Helm as the Holiday
Attraction for Jan 1
I
In ordor to have a holiday attrac
tion that would bo worthy of the peo
ples patronage Mr Allison selected
the big musical comedy The Girl
at the Helm for New Years matl
noo and evening The company is a
largo ono carrying two carloads of
scenery and mechanical eifccts bo
sides a host of stage men to work
tho show The company will arrive
from the northwest early on the
morning of January 1st and will bo
In fine condition for the afternoon
performance
Tho orchestra will be the largest
used at the house this season The
big orchestra will he under the per
sonal direction of Mr Squire Coop
who will conduct both afternoon and
evening The music will bo a feature
as ono of the attractions for the per
formances
Mechanically it will be ono of the
best things seen this season The
boat race is the most realistic thing
on the American stage today
TRAININfi A
FI6liTIN6
MACt1INE
Get out on the road before you get
your breakfast and get a good stiff
workout this morning Dont stop
this side of the Hot Springs You will
need all the wind you can get into
that frame of yours when you come
against that man Pete Sullivan were
the Instructions given Blrdleg Col
lins yesterday by his trainer Bob Wat
kins as the latter turned over In bell
to take an early morning snooze
It was at about 7 a m when Bob
gave the order and before the clock
struck S Blrdleg and his sparring
partner Joe Ross wero brushing
along Washington avenue through a
brisk cold air on their way to the
Springs This was being done on an
empty stomach but the husky lads
made the run to tho Springs and back
in time for a 11 oclock breakfast
That is a sample of the road work
the colored boxer Is doing
The real work period Is from 3 to fin
In the afternoon wuen the little box
er Is taken through a course of train
ing with the milled hands by his big
husky and clever trainer Bob Vat
kips This man Watkins Is a middle
weight boxer but he has no mercy on
BIrdie He makes Collins get In
and drill with tho big weight
to give him strength and en
I durance Blrdleg is also re
quired to go a few rounds with
I L
the little man Joe Ross who Is n
clover little boxer to give him speed
anc > alertness
The afternoon workout Is given at
tho Assembly gymnasium on lower
Twentyfifth street
Watkins says Collins is down to I
I weight 138 pounds and would make
a splendid showing If ho were called I
Into the ring today He appreciates
the fact however that Sullivan is a
hard Iran to got a decision from and
for that reason Collins is being given
a thorough training Collins says ho
is feeling fine aud that he Is going
to win
CROWDED HOUSES
AT THE ORPBEDH
I
This weeks business at the Orph
cum promises to break all records for i
attendance since tho popular play
house opened its doors to the people
of Ogden Every night tills week tho
entire lower floor with a big part of
tho balcony has been sold out
I Whether this good business Is duo
j to tho fact that this weeks bill Is
I exceptionally good or that Ogden peo
1 ale are beginning to realize that they
have a real live Orpheum theater In
their midst the same as in other
largo cities remains to be seen Wo
i hope It Is the result of both Boost
for Ogden and its enterprises
I NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS
I Via Bamborgcr Ljne Depot 25th and
Lincoln
Salt Lake 100 On sale Dec 31st
and Jan 1st Good returning until
Jan 3rd All other points one fare
for round trip Trains leave from
New Depot 25th and Lincoln at 605
a m 840 a m 1110 a m 210 p
I ill hJO p in and Gp40 p m
I HUGf BODY Of
I RADIUM FOUND I
Denver Dec 29 According to an
assay made today by Herman Fleck
professor of chemistry of tho Colorado
school of mines the largest mown
body of pitch blendo In the world has
been discovered In a mine at Central
City Colo The discovery was made
December 21 and the assay made by
Professor Fleck shows It is assorted
that the ore runs almost treble the
highest percentage of uranium ores
ever discovered
As a result of tho find It is concid
ered possible that tho domands of tho
scientific world for the precious radi
um which sells at a fabulous sum per
ounce may soon be satisfied In Colo
rado
rndon
ft is said that the strike was made
by the regular force of men engaged
In taking out gold ore
The Information was telegraphed to I
Hugh C Brown of Philadelphia man
ager of the company In control of the
mine ind the latter In turn tele
graphed to Professor Fleck request
ing him to make the assay Tho as
say It is claimed runs SO per cent
I pure whereas the best previous rec
ord wa 30 per cont pure
The mine is owned by Bishop Matz
I of Denver and leased by him to the
Philadelphia capitalists
i i SPOKANES WEALTH
IN UIOS OF FEN
Spokane Wash Dec 2DOnc hun
dred and twenty residents or less I
I
than one per cent of tho population I
J of Spokane own SSOOOOOOO of the I
wealth of tho Inland Empire and of I
these 19 men and ono woman control
more than 45 per cent of it There
are 17 millionaires In Spokane ac
cording to a carefully prepared com
pilation just completed 32 with 500
000 or more and 70 with 250000 or
more Theso fortunes have been ac
cumulated In mining and real estate
operations railroad building and
banking timber and hotel business
since ISSfl The millionaires are
J 1 Browne banking and real
estate A B Campbell mine opera
tor I1 Lewis ClarK real estate and
railroad Patrick Clark mine opera
tor D C Corbin railroad builder
and operator ustin Corbin mine
operator William H Cowles news
paper publisher and real estate Louis
JM Davenport restaurant real estate
and banking Graham B Dennis real
estate and mlno operator Mrs Vic
tor Dessert hotel and real estate
John A Finch mine operator Jay
P Graves railroad builder and mint
I
operator Governor Marlon E Har
I real estate and capital Levi W Hut
ton mine operator and real estate O
G Labaree railroad and mine opera
tor James Monaghan mine opera
tor and real estate August Paulson
mine operator and real estate Pat
rick Welch railroad builder
Hundreds of fortunes havo been
made In the Inland Empire In the I
last ten years said J J Browne
and at that tho undeveloped re
sources have scarcely hewn touched
There IB untold wealth In our moun
tains and forests agricultural soul
I orchard lands and power streams and
millions of dollars are within reach
I of many Tho coming live years I
should make as many rich men as
I became wealthy during the last fifth
of a century I
Many a husband who baa invented
a talc for his wife has experienced
difficulty in adjusting It
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Stock Taking is about over and tomorrow night at
I 5 oclock the store will be closed for the finish
Saturday morning the stores will open as usual
The winning numbers of the automobile will be an I
nounced in both stores tonight They will be published to
morrow n
Ill
See the handsome new Buick which we i
I will give away in June and which is now on dis
play in the big store
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FARMERS ATTENTION o0
b iJJJ7 hj i IIiI n
Cash Paid For Your Better a
38cs pe pound
DeJiivered 10 Our Storre
r
Jensen Creamery Co
135 25th Street Ogden Utah
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Charles New Cafeteria Co k
Large variety of the highest grade of pure food cooked
and served right You dont have to Walt and your meals cost
as much or as little as you wish
l Lunch 130 to 250
r Dinner 500 to 800
2376 Washington Avenue
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OFFERS TO STRIKERS
ENTIRELY WITHDRAWrJ
Sl Paul Dec 9Aslde from tho i
withdrawal by the railroads of their
offer to abide by the decision of the
Chicago conference and reemploy
striking switchmen as soon as they
have places for them and the remov
al of the embargo on wheat shipments
In somo small towns of the state by
the Great Northern road there wero
no developments in the switchmens
strike In the northwest today
Railroad officials say that the strike
is over so far as they arc concerned
Jt was reported tonight that the oM
switchmen will go back to work at
Butte on the Groat Northern tomor
row The Northern Pacific says con
ditions on that road are satisfactory
at Butte
Interest here centers in the coming
conference of B II Perham with the
interstate commerce commission at
Washington Friday
Some women go to the courts for
redress when their husbands fail to
provide them with sufficient change
of clothing
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