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a THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 21 1910
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Our Last Call
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i Our Clearance Sale has been the greatest success but
it is drawing to a close We can not continue it longer
It will all be over when we close our doors on Satur
day Night and so we make this last call and sound this note
of warning
Its A Now or Never Proposition
I Weve been placing smiles of satisfaction on buyers
faces making lean purses feel grateful and wrapping up
contentment with every purchase all during this Sale
There are plenty of good things left Come before
it is too late
If there is any difference between losing money and I
failing to take advantage of this Great Sale we fail to I
see it I
i 1 FRED M NYE CO I
2413 Washington Avenue II I
January Sale
of Under
Muslins
PRICES TO FIT EVERY
POCKETBOOK
35c drawers 25c
50c drawers 35c
65c corsoL covers 50c
flOO skirts or gowns 70c
1260 combination suits5195
500 skirts or owns535O
Dozens of others at like re
ductions
The M ffl Wykes Co
2335 WASHINGTON AVE
RANDoMl I
1mfEREN
Have you seen the JOIE this week
Well you wont know the place Ev
erything clean and neat and the pic
tures are fine
B G Butter IB tho best No
doubt about IL
Veathor Favors Railroads Al
though cold weather still prevails
throughout Wyoming the Union Pa
cific has returned to a normal basis
t and all trains ore running l
on time With the slight moderation
In tho weather the coal situation has
been relieved to a considerable ex
tent and any danger of a fuel short
ago at any point Is believed to be
lieved to be averted now
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d Everything bright and cheerful at
the Joie and pictures fine
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VANTEDTo rent a horse for his
i board Call up Solicitor Telephone
No 5G
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I Funoral Tomorrow There will be
I funeral services held for Mrs Mary
Ann BalzhauKer at Richeys funeral
chapel Jan 22nd at 10 oclock A M
Father Cushnahan officiating Inter
ment in Ogden cemetery Members
of DixLogan and other Grand Army
posts Invited i
The Virginia choice rooms for
t i rent
j The best of food prepared by a first
I class chef Charles Cafeteria
pti Head of Theatrical SyndicateJohn
Cort head of the Northwestern The
j atrical syndicate accompanied by Res
i
t Idont Manager Grant will arrive Il
f
I Ogdon tonight or tomorrow for the
purpose pf looking over hie theatrical
t Interests represented in the New Og
den theater
h
i Dont miss the JOIE this week
Government inspected meat and
pure food only at Charles Cafeteria
Regaining Health Roger M on
o 1 nor who In company with L B Grout
i started for Arizona In search of
I health writes from Colton Califor
i nia that ho Is regaining his strength
and has decided not to go on to Ari
zona He has ceased coughing and
the doctor encourages him to hope for
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Orade siSa Globe
The pictures this week arc excellent
and If you Mho Moving Pictures you
should see them If you havo never
Boen Moving Pictures our pictures
Ibis week will surely please ou
r v > 1T child should see A TRAP
FOR SANTA CLAUS The children
lust go up over it And tho PUZZLB
PICTURES also are very Interesting
nd arc great fun for the children
If tboro is any laugh in you our
COMIC pictures will bring it out this
week
Here are soma of them
THE OLD MAIDS VALENTINE
CAPTURING THE NORTH POLE
MISS MONEYBAGS WANTS TO
WED
WHY THEYMARRIBD
And to hear Sneddon and Corn sing
Come Right In Sit Right Down Make
Yourself at Homo Is alone worth tho
price of admlMlou
Wo arc having n big order of Opera
Bars made for the CHILDRENS
MATINEE SATURDAY
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r complete recovery Mr Connor was
I foreman of the Troy laundry prior to I
his illness
One visit means another JOIE
COAL Call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Good Roads Convention Excursion
rates of 2 cents per mile In each di
rection from all points In Utah and
Idaho to Salt Lake during the Good
Roads convention January 2A 27 and
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2S have been announced by the Ore
gon Short Line
Coal call up Parker l Co lor
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rates on lump nut and slack
PEACOCK The best Rock Springs
I on the market Phono 27 John
Farr tt
From Keltonm H Jones a prom
inent sheepman and merchant of Kcl
ton It In Ogden on a business visit
Dr Forbes has resumed practice
400 Eccles Building usual office hours
Advertisers must nave their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore the day on watch tho advertise
ment is to appear In order to insure
publication
STORAGE at reasonable rateD In
good brick building If you need any
room consult John Scewcroft Sony
Company
LAND OF NOD
Tomorrow Saturday Afternoon
and Evening
The advanced sale of seats for Sam
uel E works musical extravaganza
THE LAND OF NOD which comes
to the New Ogdbn Theater tomorrow
afternoon and evening opened yester
day morning and it mn > he taken as n
timely suggestion to make your res
ervation ns early an possible Thea
tergoers arc thoroughly aware of the
magnitude and merits of this pro
duction on account of the tremen
dous hit made here last season and
with the assurance that It comes this
time with the same excellent cast
and with new scenic novelties songs
and a brilliant costume display it is
expected that the entire house will
bo sold today Not In some time has
there been so many requests for
seats to be laid aside
Prominent in the cast this season
arc Nell McNeil and Anna McNabb
who are two of the highest salaried
and cleverest artists In musical com
edy today Last season they were
featured with Charles R Dllllng
hams production of The Rod Mill
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and are great favorites here The
prima donna this season is Miss
Bessilee Merrill late prIma donna of
The Motor Girl and Eddie Fays
company The balance of tho cast in
cludes such wellknown names as
Adelaide Harland George Fox E B
Coe William Morgan Nelson Riley
and Robert LaLonde The chorus and
ballet are a big feature of the pro
duction this year and Is said to in
clude some stunning young women
Taken as a whole It will no doubt
be the best performance of THE
LAND OF NOD ever given on any
stage
The attraction carries two sots of
small girls commonly known on the
stage as ponies The reason for
this is on account of the Humorous
changes of costumes One set Is on
the stage while tho other set IB mak
ing a change and the two sets to
gether make eleven complete changes I
in all
Special matinee prices Entire bal
cony not gallery reserved for child
ren at 2Fc
4 WILDFIRE
At the New Ogden Theater Sun
day Night Jan 23rd
It Is said of Wildfire tho great
racing comedy in which Will Archie I
the diminutive comedian In his orig
inal role of Bud and Pauline Hall j
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if Values Make This Sale Go r
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i Every day the enthusiasm increases and every day sees more and more pleased patrons going out of this store
t I with the greatest clothing values they have ever seen Notwithstanding the unrivalled selling of the past few days
i good assortments still exist in practically every sale lot so that those who come today or tojnorrow will have the
iI opportunity of duplicating the purchases that have been the talk of the town for the past few days
They cant last forever so hurry
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Nothing Reserved All Fancy Suits and Overcoats Reduced
25c to 50c on the Dollar i
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WATSONTANNER CLOTHING co 1a
the beautiful will appear that there
Is action in every minute of the play
and In the parlance of Bud the
r stable boy one of the several charac
ter hits that Is going some These
two clever writers George H Broad
hurst author of The Man of the
Hour and other successes and I
George V Hobart the humorist wide
ly known as Dlnkelsplel and also
author of Marie Cabins recent hit
The Boys and Betty In Wildfire
have given the stage tho best racing
play ever written Pauline Hall long
a dominant figure in stage life as the
great American beauty whose pho
tograph has beon reproduced more
times in more magazines and other
publications both In America and Europe
I
ope than that of any other celebrity
finds a most congenial role In the
fascinating Widow Harrington In I
Wildfire By the precedent estab
lished by the original widow Lillian
Russell beauty Is a necessary req I
uisite in the delineation of the char
acter and no one will deny that Miss
Hall possesses that quality In ample
abundance But In addition Miss
Hall brings to the portrayal of the
dashing widow a high degree of
dramatic ability which places her well
to the fore as a comedienne
Seats now selling
JIM JEFFRIES
AND COMPANY
At New Ogden Theater Monday
January 24th
Combination Has Been a Big Hit 1
Promoters who laughed at Frazeo
when ho expended a great deal of
money getting his athletic talent to I
gether and predicted his financial de
feat In the enterprise have stopped
scoffing for everywhere tho combina
tion has gone It has met with great
success and played to crowded I
houses I
Ogden will find a great Improve I
ment In the condition of Jeffries and
as long ago as last summer experts I
declared the big fellow was good i
enough for the ring Jeff goes through
his work In dead earnest and a weak
er man physically would faint under
some of tho tests to which he sub
jects his frame Oolch ban done
some great work on the circuit meet
ing comers
We are given assurance that ladies
can attend this performance without
the least fear of being offended for
it is a clean cut athletic show In
ever sense of the word
TWO BIG ATTRACTIONS AT I
THE ORPHEUM THEATER
The now Ogden theater presents
two attractions this week Saturday
and Sunday next that are far above
the average In fact they are both
great shows People are asked to
patronize them because they arc guar
anteed attractions The Land of
Nod carries a company of sixty peo
ple with several carloads of scenery
For this attraction an enlarged orches
tra will be used in keeping with the
rest of the performance
For Wildfire with Pauline Hall
the beautiful dashing comic opera
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singer so well known all over the
country and Will Archer equally well I
known ns the stable boy and diminu I
tive comedian Encomiums are so nu
merous that it settles the question of
its success
Ogden can have the very best of the
attractions going if the patronage will
warrant It
AMERICAN LINER BRINGS
UNUSUAL CARGO OF ANIMALS
Now York Jan 21 Wireless mes
sage from the HamburgAmerican
liner President Lincoln which will
roach New York tomorrow says the
ship Is bringing an unusual cargo of
animals The list Includes two Roose
velt warthogs that the former presi
dent is sending home six llamas I
eight zebras six elephants eight cam
els six Jaguars and five thousand
birds There Is also a largo consign
ment of pheasants and partridges for
John D Rockefellers estate at Po can
tlco hills
JAPAN TO DISCONTINUE
EMIGRATION FROM HOME
Victoria B C Jan 21The Jap
anese government has decided to Ills
continue emigration to distant lands
according to advSeeu brought by the
steamer Empress of Japan which ar
rived from the Orient today It Is the
plan of the government to encourage
the settlement of Japanese In Man
churia and Korea by making land
grants to bonaflde settlers It Is said
that with the exception of tho emigra
tion to Brazil and Peru the govern
ment feels that the movement of Ui
citizens to foreign countries has been
a failure
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cJOCIETY
KANSAS CITY MEN TO DINE
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The KansasUtah association will
hold Itn second annual meeting and
banquet at Charles Cafeteria on Sat
urday evening Jan 20 at 0 p m J
C Nye Is president L H Masters
secretary and J R Cooper treasurer
of the association The committees
on arrangements for the coming meet
ing are
On place and financeII S Foster
F V Nye and Dr S W Wherry
On decoration Dr D P MJlla H A
Sell and W R Garrison
I On entertainment J R Cooper Dr
A D Barber and Alfred Saxey I
Those who attended tho meeting a
I year ago have been notified of tills
meeting but there are many other I
Kansans In Ogden and vicinity whoso
addresses are not known Every Kan I
san Is invited and In ordor that the
probable attendance may be known It I
Is desired that those who have not al
ready conferredr with the officers or
committeemen call on or write tho
president at room 51C First National
bank building or telephone himBell
S55 Independent 411nnd give tho
number who will bo present
RECEPTION THURSDAY EVENING
St Josephs hall which has just
recently been completed was trans
formed last evening Into a thing of
beauty for a large and well appointed
reception whlchf Father Cushnahan
and Father Ryan tendered their par
ishioners and many friends
In his usual witty way Attorney
J IK Devine told the people he had
a surprise in store for them as he
was to Introduce to them a stranger
who proved to be none other than
their beloved Father Cushnahan Af
ter the applause had sufficiently sub
sided Father Cushnahnn in his us
ual charming manner addressing his
parishioners as his dearly beloved
children presented them with the
new Sl Josephs Hall adding that
It was absolutely free from debL 1
A most interesting program was
rendered and delicious refreshments I
served by number of charming
ladies who graced the notable func
tion In the most exquisite of gowns
The Historical Society will meet
with Mrs C H Gosling on 2103 Ad
ams avenue Saturday afternoon
Judge V C Gunnoll of the Juvenile
court has boon invited to deliver an
I
address on behalf of the proposed
and much needed Child Detention
home
Mr and Mrs Hugh C Wood left
Thursday afternoon for Boise Idaho
for a short visit While there Mr
Wood will look after the extensive
Interests of the Wood Livestock com
pany tho largest Individual sheep
company In the United States of
which Mr Wood Is vice president
and general manager
The Second Intermediate depart
ment gave a dancing party at the
Fifth Ward Institute last night
The Ladies Literary club will en
tertain at tho Orpheum Tuesday af
ternoon
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Mr and Mrs Frank M Drlgys will I
be at home to the Friday night Brldgo
club on the ovonln of Jan 2Stb
MISS ADDAMS RECOVERS
Chicago Jan 21Miss Jane Ad
dams who had been at the Augustana
hospital recovering from an operation
left that Institution
I fWO TOUSAND
ATWR6T89
WOMEN WAITING TO GET IN
TO THE STORE AT
OCLOCK
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More Embroideries Will Be Plac
ed on Counters To
night
At the stroke of nine this morning
the Sale of Embroideries started at
Wrights before the doors were open
ed a crowd had gathered at tho door
and iby ton oclock at least two hun
dred women were scattered along the
different counters buying embroider
lea such as have never been offered
In Ogden before
There has probably never been
shown in the state a greater lot of
one line of goods than that which
has filled the windows of Wrights
store during the present week and
tho salo has been arranged with a
foresight which told of the crowds
which will attend tomorrow and all
next week
The entire silk counter as well as
the lace handkerchief and embroidery
counters are being used also the
main aisle and at leant fifty clerks
arc ready to servo those who have
and will go for embroideries
Tonight after the closing of the
store great preparations will bo
made for the serving of those who
will visit the sale tomorrow Thous
ands of yards which were not shown
today are to be brought forward and
the choosing will be just as good as
at first
The sale of white goods on the sec
ond floor IH still In full progress and
many of tho ennbioldery buyers took
advantage of the opportunity to sath
or In some of the exceptional offer
ings which are now and will next
week he offered on that floor
GOOD DRAWING CARD
BILL AT THE ORPHEUM A
If you are one of the many who
Is not going to miss seeing this
weeks show at the Orpheum be sure
and reserve your seats now This Is
just n tip to the wise because they
are selling out over there every night
so popular and such a drawing card Is
THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER
Ben Welsh is also proving his popu
larity with Orpheum patrons Last
night he had to make quite a little
curtain speech before the audience
would let him go Everybody from
the Immense crowd Sunday night to
the crowds attending every night are
pleased with the bill and the Orphoum
efforts to give nothing but the host to
tho peoplo of Ogden and the manage
ment promises many more shows just
as food and oven better There will
be n special car aftor the performance
to Plain City Saturday night
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YE LADS AN LASSIES
The committoo in charge of tho
Burns anniversary are working hard
to malce tho Concert and Ball a grand
success They have succeeded In se
curing tho best Scotch Piper In the
State Dr A S Condon IB the ora
tor of the evening The Caledonian
Scotch Male Quartette In Rale Scot
tish Sangs should not be missed
Come a the either Tuesday Janu
I
ary 25th
CANADA ENACTS RADICAL
BLACK HAND LAW
Ottawa Jan 21 Radical legislation
for tho suppression of tho Black
Hand Chinese highbinders etc Is
contained In tho new Immigration bill
A most sweeping clause provides that
any person who Is or who by com
mon repute is thought to be a mem
ber of any criminal organization for
the extortion of money may l > e deport
ed This new law Is designed particu
larly prevent entrance of undesir
ables from the large alien population
of tho United States
I THEATRE j
BOTH PHONES 323
Only 2 more nights to see tins weeks great show with 1
The Devil and
Tom Walker
Bargain Matinee tomorrow best seals only 2 e
STATE CA TilE ARE
ORDERED KILLED
1
Federal Inspectors Find a Puzzling Condition in This State Indus
trial School Herd Must Be SlaughteredState May
Have Been Defrauded 1
Has the state of Utah been bunco
ed or have the cattle Inspectors of
the state of California been derelict
In tholr duties
Still another question might be n k
ed When Mr Schleef of California
sold twentyfive head of thoroughbred
Holstein cows to the State Industrial
School of Utah wan tho certificate of
health he gave Trustee John Walsh
truo or fictitious
Nearly a year ago State Veterinar
Ian A C Young condemned the cows
at the State Industrial school for hav I
ing tuberculosis and they wore taken
to the slaughter pen where they were
killed To replace the herd Trustee
John Walsh of the Industrial School
was sent to California lo purchase
more milch cows
He purchased a fine lot of thorough
bred Holsteins twentyfive in number
and brought them to the school The
purchase was mado from a man by
the name of Schleef who gave a cer
tificate of good health of the cattle
and it Is supposed that the cattle had
passed the inspection of the officers
of the state of California I
1 A short time ago National Inspector
Brimhall with a corps of deputies
I visited the State Industrial school and I
made a thorough Inspection of the
cattle there for tuberculosis the re
sult of the inspection being that sev
en of the beautiful cows were declar
ed to be Infected with the disease and
thoy were condemned The seven
that were found to have tuberculosis
are sold to be the younger stock of
I
the bunch and In appearance are
really the choice of the entire twen
tyfive cows
The condemned cattle have not yet
been slaughtered and are under strict
quarantine pending an attempt at
some sort of settlement between the
State of Utah and Mr Schleef of
California It Is contended by Mr
Walsh and others of tho Industrial
school board that tho Californian
must pay all losses because of the dis
eased condition of the cattle and that
he Is entirely responsible In the mat
ter
The cows arc condemned and OB
soon as some kind of understanding
can be had between the stato and the
vendor of the cattle they will be
slaughtered
During the last few months govern
ment Inspectors have been testing
cnttle In Utah for tuberculosis and
they have found but very llttln of It
except at state Institutions Twenty
two were condemned ut the state pen
itentiary a number at the Agricultur
al college those of tho State Indus
trial school of last summer and again
this winter It Is said by some of the
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Inspectors that It Is rather strange
that nearly all the tuberculosis ani
mals should be found at the state In
stitutions and the only reason for It
that can be given Is that the state In
stitutions arc using Imported tock l
I Only n short time ago Dr Huffman
I of the government Inspection force
stated that there Is but very little
tuberculosis to bo found In cattle cf
the IntermountaIn region and that al I
that IB found here comes from Impor
tations principally from the cast
Ho says that W percent of the shell
kept cattle of the eastern country arc
afflicted with tuberculosis while J
scarcely one per cent Is found In the 1
western stock
Tho Inspectors arc still testing We
ber county cattle for tuberculosis but
they Bay that outside of the State in
dustrial school they find very few cat j
tie infected
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I BRILLIANT LECTURER j
COMING TO OODEHI
Concerning Mrs TJ L Shepard who
will speak next Sunday afternoon at
3 oclock to the women of Ogden in I
the Congregational church the Lewis
ton Mont Dally News says
Mrs Sbopard is easily the beat
temperance speaker that has visited
our city In a long time A more force
ful and earnest presentation of the j
great cause of temperance could not i
bo given The messages alto gives ore j
direct from the heart and her dells j
cry compels attention You cannot 1
afford to miss hearing this wonder
ful little woman
The Bolso Evening Capital News
says
saysThere
There was a stir of pleased cv
pectancy as tho address began which
changed to a profund silence as the
distinguished speaker literally poured
out her heart In an Intense supplica
tion for womanly aid and sympathy
for the unfortunate In every class of
society
Mrs Shepard will speak in the Os
den Methodist church Sunday even
ing on The Four Great Evils
DENVER REDUCES RATES
Denver Jan ZlThe Denver Gas
S Electric company yesterday nu
flounced a voluntary reduction In
rates Dating back to January 1 J
reduction of 111 pot cont on electric
ity Is effective and beginning July 1
1910 a 10 per cent reduction In yas
rates will go Into effect
For 1lo01d newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
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Here are some reasons for going to I
W the big embroidery sale will be replenished I
rig hts tomol row U
plenished for those who ccme tomorrow
hundreds of pieces have been reserved for late comers Tomorrow also is the Last Day of J I
Li the January Sale you simply buy anything you want at the sale U I
pricesFree tickets on the Auto will be given with all purchases W rl g h LS IlJ I
II JI L II 11QQ h aid 1 W
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