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The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, January 22, 1910, Image 6

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Our Last Call 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
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Its A Now or Never Proposition
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Weve been placing smiles of satisfaction on buyers I
facesmaking lean purses feel grateful and wrapping up
contentment with every purchase all during this Sale
I There are plenty of good things left Come boforo
it is too late
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If there is any difference between losing money and
i failing to take advantage of this Great Sale we fail to
see it
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1 I FRED M NYE CO
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2413 WasHington Avenue
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THEATRE
BOTH PHONES 323
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
New Bill Commencing Tomorrow Night
THE OHADWICTE TRIO
In a Short Farce I I For Sale Wiggins Farm
Ida May Chadwick Champion Lady Buck Dancer of America
THE FOUR FLOODS
Acrobatic Merry Makers
ELSIE FAY
Assisted by Joe Miller and Sam Weston
Presenting THE ACT DAINTY
DanQUINLIN and MACKKeller
The Traveling Dentist >
IRENE ROMAIN
Versatile Artiste
TOKI
Equilibrist Foot Juggler
ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURES ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
Night 50C25c 1l0e
Prlce
s Matinee 25c I5e9 lOc
I January Sale
of Under
i Muslins
pro
PRICES TO FIT EVERY
4 POCKETBOOK
+ Mi 35c drawers 25c
50c drawers 35c
6Cc corset covers 50c
I I UOO skirts or gowns75c
260 combination 8Ults195
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500 skirts or gowns35O
= Dozens of others at like re
i J ductions
r The HI ffl Wykes Co
2335 WASHINGTON AVE
John D Rockefellers former nurse
I has just died at the age of 103 years
l This however is no bar to the death
J of other Rockefeller nurses as soon
as the public forgets about this one
STORAGE at reasonable rates In
w good brick building If you need any
room consult John Sccwcroft Sona
Company
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Oracle Isis Globe
The pictures this week are excellent
ind If you llko Moving Pictures you
should BOO thorn If you have never
loon Moving Pictures our pictures
his week will surely please you
Every child Mould see A TRAP
FOR SANTA CLAUS Tho children
just go up over It And tho PUZZLE
PICTURES also are very interesting
nd are great fun for tho children
If there is any laugh In you our
COMIC pictures will bring It out this
reek
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Horo are somo of them
THE OLD MAIDS VALENTINE
CAPTURING THE NORTH POLE
MIS MONEYBAGS WANTS TO
WED
WHY THEY MARRIED
And to hear Snedden and Corn sing
Como Right in Sit Right Down Make
Yourself at Home Is alone Q filh tho
price of admission
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We are having a big order of Opera
Bars made for the CHILDRENS
MATINEE SATURDAY
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RANDOM I
REfERENCES
Have you seen the JOIE this week
Well you wont know the place Ev
erything clean and neat and the pic
tures are fine
WANTED To rent a horse for his
board Call up Solicitor Telephone
No 56
Baby GlrlLast Monday a bouncing
tpound girl was born to tho wlfo ot
Goorge G Schwelzcr Mr Schwclzor
Is an Ogdenito but Is at present In
Japan being an officer In tho United
States navy George will have to
come through with some of thoso
Nagasaki porfeotos
Everything bright and cheerful at
the JOIE and pictures fine
Tho Virginia choice rooms for
rent
The uniform superior quality of our
B G Butter is another achieve
ment
The host of food prepared by a first
class chef Charles Cafeteria
The Early Church Tho unity of
the early church was a great element
of Its power Tae cause and progress
of the rise of the separate class of
men as clergy the peculiar origin
and meaning of their vestments and
the lesson of the first custom of hav
ing separate buildings for curch pur
poses will be the historical develop
ments presented In the evening ser
vices Sunday in the First Preaby
telan church Mrs Poulter Misses
Wilcox Hamll and Biddle will fur
nish tho music
One visit means another JOIE
Government inspected meat and
pure food only at Charles Cafeteria
Congregational Meeting The ad
journed business meeting of the Con
gregational church and society Is
called for next Wednesday evening at
730 oclock flatters of vital im
portance to the church arc to be pre
sented
COAL Call up Parker Co lor
rates on lump nut aud slack Parker
Coal Co
Coal call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and Black
Union Meeting The regular month
ly union meeting of the Ogden Stake
will lip held at Weber Academy on
Sunday Jan 23rd at 210 p m Dr
E e Gowans will lx tho speaker A
full attendance of the supervisors null
ward teachers and secretaries is de
sired
PEACOCKThe best Rock Spring
on tho market Phono 27 John
fcarr U
Dr Forbes has resumed practice
400 Eccle3 Building usual office hours
Care of Children InvolvedJudgo
lowell is hearing the motion of the
defendant in the case of Mary Rico J
vs Joseph L Rico to modify a de
cree lu which the Rice children were
awarded tho plaintiff The defense
asks for a reversal upon the grounds
of unfitness and incompetoncy of
Mary Rico to care for the children
Advertisers mst nave their copy for
I tho Evening Standard the evening be
fore the day on which the advorllso
I mont Is to appear In order to Innuro
publication
New Captain Capt A E Chesh
am arrived hero from Butte yester
day to take charge of tho local Sal
vation Army headquarters He was
divisional secretary of tho Army In
Montana Captain and Mrs Pettit his
predecessors have gone to Bisbee
Arizona
For SaleOld newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
From Colorado Springs Miss Ma
bel Marsh of Colorado Springs is
visiting her sister Mrs R D Gould
of 2627 Monroe avenue
Dont miss the JOIE this week
4 WILDFIRE SUNDAY NIGHT
JANUARY 23RD I
In Wildfire the great racing com
edy by George Broadhurst author of
The Man of the Hour and Georgo
V Hobart who wrote Marie Cahilla
present starring vehicle The Boys
and Betty a thorough knowledge of
the details of racing is the basis ot
the muchUxlkedof second act and It
explains why this play has outdis
tanced other stories of tho race track
in Its realism
This Interesting second act shows
the trainers quarters a land of mys
tery even to veteran race goers Tho
scene Is practically an exact duplicate I
of a prominent trainers quarters at I
the leading race track near New
York City It shows a large apart
ment with two double barn doors
The room Is located on the left of the
center of tho building which Is al
ways divided Into two sections by an
archway leading to tho paddock
where tho horses are kept Tho floor
Is carpeted and on the walls are pic
ture of famous racers and a few old
fashioned chromes In one corner Is
a light Iron frame bed and nearby
a bureau washstand a trunk and a
small table on which are account
hooks and a pair of field glasses On
tho wall crossed American and Irish I
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flags are hung not because of pat
riotism or nationality but a custom as I
fixed as are the college colors In a
freshmans room Then there is tho I
Inevitable cupboard containing band j
ages and lotions also a blanket rack
In which the trainers fancy runs riot
in tho arrangement of gaudily hUN
blankets Saddles and bridles arc
seen In a closet off the room
Pauline Hall the famous American
beauty who like Lillian Russell has I
found comedy as much her forto as I
opera will appear as the central char
acter the charming widow Mrs Bar
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rlngton when Wildfire Is presented
at tho Ogden Theater on January
23rd The production IP faultlessly J
staged and the unusually capable com
pany embraces many well known play >
ern
POPULAR PRICES
I I JIM JEFFRIES
AND COMPANY
At New Ogden Theater Monday
January 24th
Combination Has Been a Big Hit
Promoters who laughed at France
when he 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 the comblna
tlon has gone it bus met with great
success and played to crowded houses
Ogden will find a great Improve
ment In the condition of Jeffries and
so long ago as last bummer experts
declared the big fellow was good
enough for the ring Jeff goes through
his work in dead earnest and a weak
er man physically would faint under
some of the tests to which he sub i
eels his frame Gotch has done some
great work on tho circuit meeting all
comers
We are given assurance that ladles j
can attend this performance without
the least fear of being offended for
It Is a cleancut athletic show In every
sense of tho word
INTERESTIN l I
RALLY OF I
BAPTISTS
The young people who attended tho
midwinter Baptist rally from outside
the city will carr away with them
pleasant recollections At precisely
2 30 yesterday afternoon the state
president Miss Dressel called the
meeting to order After a short de
votional service conducted by Mrs
H D Zimmerman tho president of
the local union W B Murdock ex
tended words of welcome to dele
gates and visiting friends He Invited
them to share the hospitality of the
homes of the young people and to
avail themselves of all the good
things In store for them
Tho response to these words of wel
come was by Mss Bertha Gunvcll of
the Salt Lnlto union
The afternoon was spent In dls
cussing topics by Mr H Jacobs and
Mr Roland Mumford and by Miss
Aleno Brown who being unable to
I be present sent hor paper which was
read by another
I Rev W W Dos Antels of Salt Lake
i upoke Interestingly on Tho Chris
tlaafi First Business
The local union sowed sandwiches
and coffee for lunch and at 530 an
oyster stpp r was served to all
The papers wore read In the oven
lug by Mr Fred Prcshnw of the lo
cal union and by Miss Hazel Hart ot
i the Tremonton union After u short
1 discussion the speaker of the even
Ing waR Introduced to the audience
Rev II Vyso Jones of Mco nnvlllo
Ore Pacific Coast evangelist under
tho Homo Mission society He spoke I
for halt an hour on Right Values
I Tho young people who heard him were I
1 I exceedingly fortunate for his mes
sage was a message of inspiration en
couragement and help and left a deep
impression that there Is somethlni
higher and better In life than the ac
cumulation of money or seeking world
ly pleasures He said that ono should
not deliberately throw his life away
but should thank God for the prlvll
ego of living His message was well
received by all
The evening session came to a hap
I py conclusion with a short consecra
tion service conducted by Rev H
O White of Tromonton
Altogether it was a most profitable
and Interesting rally and the young
people returned to their homes vot i
ing the Ogden union royal entertain
ers
NEW BR1DE
WILL BE
BUlL
UTAH LIGHT fi RAILWAY STARTS
RECONSTRUCTION WORK
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Company Assumes Rccponaiblllty for
the Destruction of the Structure
at Mouth of Canyon
An agreement has been entered In
to between the commissioners of We
ber county and the Utah Light
Railway company by which the latter
assumes responsibility for tho de
struction of tho couuty bridge at the
mouth of Ogden river and they will
replace it to tho satisfaction of the
commissioners
E H Dirndls A competent bridge
builder of Salt Luke will have charge
of tho now construction Ho was on
the ground yesterday making calcula
tions for the work which he said
would be started Immediately
Mr Dirndls assures the county com
missioners that the new bridge will
be ready for use within thirty dn s
It Is understood that tho structure
will bo of steel and that It will be
as good a bridge In every respect as
was the old one Most of the wooden
part of the old bridge has been re
moved from the river bed but near
ly nil of the steel remains there Mr
Dundls will remove the heavy steel
girders from the river and will tike
tho steel as compensation so that
Commissioner Madson says the coun
ty will be put to no expense In the
removal of the old bridge nor In tho
construction of the new
FUNERAL OF JOHN SHUPE
The remains of John W Shupe
were laid to rest at the city cemetery
yesterday afternoon following fu
neral services hold at tho Fourth
ward meeting house at 2 oclock
Bishop E A Olsen had charge of
the services Solos were sung by
Orson Griffin The speakers were
Joseph Parry President L W Shurt
llf C F Mlddlcton Bishop C E
Peterson George Marsh and Bishop
Olsen
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Emily M Shurtliff to the Wheel
wright Construction company part of
lots Sand 9 block S plat B Ogden
City survey Consideration 1910
Stringham A Stevens and wife to
David R Wheelwright a part of lot
two In block 5 plat B of Ogden
City survey Consideration 600
Chicago Close
Chicago Jan 22 Wheat January
11212 May 111 3Slll July
102Corn
Corn January 61 3S May OS 1S
6S11 July C734G77S
Oats January 48 May 484S 1S
July 1414
Pork Januarr 2090 May and
July 21 2G
I nrd January 1215 May 1185
July 117712
Ribs January 115212 May and
July 11 37 12
Chicago Produce
Chicago Jan 22 Butter Steady
creameries 32 dairies S540
Eggs Weak receipts 314S firsts
32 prime firsts 31
Cheese Steady dairies 1711
I twins 16 MgM7 Young Americas and
long horns 1C1C31
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WRiGHTS WRIGHTS WRIGHTS I
C o
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The mbroidery Sale will be
wh
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r we held in reserve thousands of yards
of the best embroidery offerings for those
4ho come Monday and next week
Some In this lot arc at least Corset cover embroideries In this lot we will put flounc
9 Inches wide edges Insertions edgings Insertions headings half
Ings a yard wide also
bona headings all In sets If
of them 11 Ti corset cover embroideries
some to wanted These
match strong 5 fiJ are worth more n C and some of tho
cambrics yard 1J than double yd I finer matched 15 frO I
nets per
yard 9
Some of these are worth up A great lot worth up to
to 1 18 24 and 27 Inch 150 alloverfi corset cov
flounclngs corset cover em ers headings n In this lot we have put a
broideries gal handsome sots Q great variety of handsome
loons headings fE f1 Nainsook Swiss 4 jrh > Corset Cover Embroideries
edgings and sets cJJ Batiste all yd the regular values arc up to
ard
yard
100 Sufficient of this ma
The following lot consists terial for making a corset
In tills lot we show a lino of entirely of AllOver Em
rare Maderia Embroideries broideries We are stating covor would cost ao little the
This Is tho eyelet design the case very conservatively amount would not bo taken
which Is so much like tho when we say that the values Into consideration Besides
IfH handmade embroidery This arc up to 200 per yard those which have been dis
will appeal especially to the These aro the materials played In the windows wo
ladies who are fond ot which will hi In great de had a great num I
finer and less mand for shirt waists during bpr of patterns
showy patterns the coming season As is and price them 5
These arc pj Iced C indicated by the forecast all at yd
at yard of summer fashions Won
derful lot of
AllOver Embroidery Embroidery fronts for shirtwaists
I broidery at n n waists These fire to he cut
Cll o1re o1 per yard v i 0 i ui In lengths sufficiently long
for the shirt waist front
1 11 0 J1 The patterns have been dc
E rnllC > > f oIl rn eIr W olL signed for this special pur
JI Allll O lH1leIfS pose so that the following
11 Our regular stock of embroid t prices apply to the piece and
I eries white with colored em not to the yard In this lot
broideries at just Cll eta1fCSIf there arc embroideries
iF which aic Bold regularly up
J iIiJ1it r 0 All tlonell embroideries In this llBt not The men best prlco to 4 for 00 thoHhlrt Sale 9c
I l Jrnce tofhu waist front 29c C
qualities worth up to VO will Pc 79c and
lie offered at lean
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fA NewFeatre Of the Whnft Salle
lHJmdQme GQWIDlS al 98c fl
to add zest to the last week of the White Sale which begins Monday
we add a line of ladies gowns which were marked 125 at the beginning of
the Sale
these are in all styleshigh neck with long sleeves low neck and short
sleeves or any style combination
the trimmings are of substantial lace and embroidery You will notice I
particularly the care with which the garments are made I
the sale of White Muslins including all of the different pieces for ladies I
and children continues next week
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The Suit Sale is Passing
31 every man who has read our < 97o advertising
has made the inquiry to himself at least It I wonder what
QJ rlS these suits are like
11i L about thirty a day have made the inquiry in our
0 storeand bought
I a good many more have intended to comebut
+ v are still putting it off
9 the only way you can lose is to put it off too
m 1 long
for men and young thensuits priced up to + 1S
for 975 thats all
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ValuJes Make This Sale Go
Every day the enthusiasm increases and every day sees more and more pleased patrons going out of this store
I I with the greatest clothing values they have ever seen Notwithstanding the unrivalled selling of past few days t j
J r good assortments still exist in practically every sale lot so that those who come today or tomorrow will have the
JJ 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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s Soothing ReservedAll Fancy Suits and Overcoats Reduced r i
25c 10 50c 011 the Dollar
i WATSONTANNER CLOTHHING co i
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