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6 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 2 1910
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Choice Shirts
THE novest Season is berg and it behooves the
Pi articular Man to look well to his shirts We are
j I showing exclusive Shirtings that are distinctive iu
character and handsome in patterns and color har
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We selected tho choice fabrics
I nnd the Shirts were mado to our
special order by an export Shirt
Maker
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125 150 to 300
It will be well to make selections early for the
first warm day that comes will cause a rush for the
i handsome new patterns
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Spring Waists are particu
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j i Dainty Lingerie Waists in
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Net and Silk Marquisette in
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I Smart tailored waists in I
Persian Silks Pongees and
I fancy Plaids and Checks
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and up
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CAfETERIA
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CHANGES hANDS
The Charles Cafeteria on Washing
ton avenue Immediately north of the I
First National bank has changed Its
name but not Its manner of serving
tho public to the things that are good I
to rat It is now known as tho Llv
Ingeton Cafeteria and It is tinder tho I
management of a now corporation
The Charles Cafeteria company has I
been dissolved and a new one form
ed which la known as the Livingston
Cafeteria company tho officers of the
f new company being A IT Livingston
president and secretary B F Liv
ingston vlco president and manager
and Frank Allen assistant manager
and chef
The gentlemen associated with the
popular eating bouso are all well
known In the city and Mr Allens
reputation as a caterer Is so woll
known that ho needs no recommenda
tion before the people The Cafeteria
Is rapidly becoming the most popular
eating house In the city because of
tho splendid service given and tho
elegant manner In which tbo place Is
conducted
President Livingston states that the
Cafeteria Is catering particularly to
the bent trade of the city and that
all are treated alike The beat of
food furnished and those who par
take of It do not have to pay the sal
aries of waiters neither arc they
placed in a position where they have
to give lips for tho best things to
eat Vegetables arc brought from
the farms every morning and arc
placed before tho public cooked pure
and sweet and appetizing Mr Llv
Ingslon says he should like tho house
wives to bear In mind the fact that
tho Cafeteria caters especially to the
family trade and that they should
take advantage of It during the hot
summer months when it Is so un
comfortable to keel ft fire in the kitch
en range
APRIL 30NOTICE TO FRUIT
GROWERS
An extremely dangorous species of
the Aphis Is Invading your apple or
chards Spray at once with either
sheep dip fifty to one or lime and
I sulphur thirty to ono Ogden Fruit
Growers association J M White
Manager
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UNION PACIfIC I
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Need of Roundhouse and Shops is Made Evident by Inability to Care
for the Big Engines of the Mallet Type r
Improvements Contemplated w J
Tho Standard learins from an au
thentic source that after the first
of July the beginning of the new rail
road year the Union Pacific manage
ment will Inaugurate Important Im
provements of a substantial nature at I
various points on tho Utah division i
between Ogden and Rawlins The
heavy and increasing traffic over tho
Union Pacific main line makes It Im
peratively necessary that machine
shop plants and round houses should I
be enlarged at each freight district
terminal in order to handlo Iho
heavy traffic satisfactorily
In accordance with the broadgauged
policy of the Harriman system Gen
eral Manager Mohler has had theso Im i
provements under consideration dur
ing the last year and it Is now quiet
ly understood by railroad officials
that authority for this work will oo
Ifitnied during the present season
Perhaps the most radical change will
occur at Evanston where new ma
chines for the machine shops will bo
Installed and where a new round
house with a capacity for thirty five
stalls will be erected Similar chang
es on a smaller ncale will take place
at Rawlins Green River and at Og
den
I cJOCIETY
WELLSTODD
Miss Louise Todd the genial and
clover little bookkeeper of the J s
I Campbell company and one of tho
prettiest and most popular young
ladles of Ogden was married Satur
day afternoon April 30 at the Episco
pal church Salt Lake City Rev Per
kins performing the ceremony
Thomas Wells the groom Is a well
known and capable young officer of
the Union Pacific acting as assistant
chief clerk of the commissary depart
ment at Omaha Tho couple left for
I that city on the Atlantic express No I
4 Satuday and will make their future
homo there
J B CLUB GIVES FAREWELL
PARTY
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Over 400 lovers of the terpschior i
can art gathered at I 110 Royal lust
Thursday tjvenlng to give a hearty I
au rovolr to the the Jolly Bachelors
club until the next season
The occasion was without doubt I
tho most successful one of tho se
ries the carefully prepared program
of twentyone dances being keenly
I enjoyed by all
A feature that greatly enhanced the I
pleasure of tho evening was the pretty I
decorations of red white and blue
streamers which formed a canopy
over the dancers coming to a focus
around a huge liberty bell suspended
from the middle of the coiling
The punch booth and the pretty
cozy corners were also very popular
features
The usual good program of music
was strengthened materially by lie
addition of several of the latest waltz
compositions all being played by a
sixpiece orchestra In most finished
manner
Messrs Ecklund Gather and Wat
son of the arrangement committee
were congratulated on all sides for
the success of the series just closed
and promised to arrange a similar one
next season
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WELLSTODD
Miss Louise Todd the genial and
clever little bookkeeper of the J S
Campbell company and one of the
most popular young ladles of Ogden
was married Saturday afternoon
April 30 at the Episcopal church Salt
Lake City Re Perkins performing
the ceremony Thomas Wells the
groom is a well known and capable
young officer of the Union Pacific
acting as assistant chief clerk of the
I commissary department at Omaha
Tho couple loft for that city on the
I Atlantic express No 4 Saturday and
will mako their future home there
CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY
At the last meeting of tho Chil
drens Aid society which IB now an
I incorporated body a membership so
liciting committee was appointed
Among the ladles mentioned compos
I Ing the committee were Mrs T 1
Ryan Mrs Geo Craig Mrs Nettle
ORACLE LSLS GLOBE JOIE J
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM TODAY IN A LL HOUSES 1
The programs include some very interesting subjects viz KING COTTON Scenes for this
picture were taken in and around Rome Ga the vi cinity that is noted for the finest grade of inland
cotton grown in the world This picture shows th e development of the cotton from the planting to
the loading for shipment At the JOIE
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A RAMBLE THROUGH THE ISLE OF SUMATRA one of the most picturesque travelogues we
have shown At the ISIS 4 I
A pretty little silent drama that will be of interest to a number of Ogden people is entitled
BRADFORDS CLAIM and is interesting from the fact that DON FULANO the worlds greatest
trick horse and so well known in Ogden was especially engaged for this picture At the ORACLE I
We also have for this week several very interesting Vitagraph and Biograph pictures ELEKTRA
by the Vitagraph Co is a Classic Marvel in the power of acting a Masterpiece in Moving Picture Art I
At the ISIS I
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Shakespeare wrote that Life is as tedious as a twicetold tale vexing the dull ear of a drowsy I
man which may be true in many instances but the philosophical will contend that life is what we I
make it The Biograph pictures a beautiful story this week of a fathers selfish love in AS IT IS
IN LIFE At the GLOBE
We have one dandy Biograph comedy with tha t cute little girl in it and two full reels of Essanay
comedies those side splitters for which they are n oted
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I If you really want to spend a PLEASANT hou r spend it with us
GOOD PICTURES GOOD MUSIC PRETTY SONGS
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In this city the present round
house capacity will be enlarged to ac
commodate the great Mallet engines
now In freight acrvlco between Oc
don and Evanston These monster
machines are ninetyfive feet in
length and the present turn tables
and stalls are not large enough to care
for this class of motive power The
engines of this make are now turned
on the local Y and Instead of be
ing sent Into the local round house
and machine shop for repairs are kept
out doors and repaired by machin
ists while standing on tracks adjac
ent to the shop plant This Is both
Inconvenient and expensive and as
this expensive class of motive power
will be largely Increased In the fu
ture accommodations must ho ar
ranged for the big machines
It was hoped by local railroad men
that tho Union Pacific management
would enlarge Its present roundhouse
In this city and establish large shops
here but this has been deferred for
the time being at least and tho
Southern Pacific shops at Ogdon will
continue to take care of Union Paci
fic motive power here until the traf
fic requires the establishment of a big
Union Pacific shops plant at Ogden
Craig Mrs Elizabeth Barrows Mrs
Major Llttlofleld Mrs John Culloy
Mrs I N Fulton Mrs E M Bishop
Mrs R p Hunter Mrs Edward Bich
selMrsHattle MlllerMrs T J Clan
cey The memberships will be of
three kinds sustaining life and ac
tive At the next meeting May 27
reports from the various members of
the soliciting committee will bo heard
and lnu3 for future work will he
more fully entered Into Much inter
est is evinced among the members
of the new corporation and good re
sults are expected
SMITHGRILL SUPTIALS
A very pretty wedding took place
at the home of tho brides parents r
and Mrs Phil Grill last Thursday at
1 oclock in UIO afternoon when Miss
Agnus Grill their popular daughter
was united in the holy bonds of matri
mony to Mr F H Smith of Green
River Utah
Tho wedding march wns played by
Miss May Conroy whllo the bridal
couple walked from tho hull through
tho back parlors and standing be
nealh the arch where the ceremony
was performed by Rev Father Ryan
The parlors and dining room wore
elaborately decorated with pink and
white roses carnations forns and
smilax tho brldo carrying n shower
bouquet of white bride roses
After the ceremony many musical
selections were rendered by Mlns
Conroy and tho bride rendered Lutgl
Ardltls Melba waltz
The wedding banquet wag served In
tho dining room Tho table was ar
ranged and decorated with artistic
skill
Tho aftordinner speech was made
to tho happy couple by Father Ryan
who voiced tho sentiments of tho
guests when wishing them all tho Joy
and success which could bo showered
upon them while trending the path
which they had just chosen
Those present were the members
and relatives of the family who at
tended Mr and Mrs Smith to the 1
oclock train which they boarded for
the west At Sparks Nov thoj be
came the occupants of a private car
In which they will tour the division
and spend some time sightseeing on I
the Pacific coast When reaching Los
Angeles they will he the honored
guests of Superintendent and Mrs i
Whitney 1
Miss Agnes Grill was one of the I
most talented and poular young ladles
in this city and her absence will bo
a matter of regret to her many young
friends She Is highly gifted as a
musician having a lyric soprano of
remarkable sweetness and purity and
has occupied the position of directress
of the Evanston Catholic choir for the
Past year
fMr Smith is connected with the
Union Pacific railroad atv assistant su
perintendent with headquarters at
Green River whero Mr and Mrs
Smith will reside after their roturn
from the const where they expect to
remain about five weeks
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MOST FORTUNES
have originated from thp first dollar saved and the
Starting of a bank account has started many a man
on the road to success
Why lei your money remain idle 7 PuHt the
Commercial National Bank where it will grow at
Compound interest
4 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
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We announce the inauguration of our Tungston Lamp De
partment In order that our customers may obtain the ad
vantage of the greatly increased efficiency of these wonderful
new lamps we are selling them at discounts ranging from 10
per cent to 25 per cent below former selling prices
I By substituting Tungsten lamps for the oldstyle carbon
lamps you can double the quantity of light and at the same
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time reduce your bills 33 13 per cent This saving alone more
I than pays for the increased first cost of the lamps
We would be pleased to have our illuminating engineers
study your lighting requirements and recommend the proper
arrangement and installation of lamps reflectors etc to give
the best and most economical results
Phone our Commercial Department and our representa
tive will call
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UTAH LIGHT AND RAILWAY COMPANY
Electricity for Everything
1 D Decker Local Manager
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A reminder That now is the time for Refrigerator buy n J Do
not put off your purchase until the real hot weather comes and you
are obliged to take whatever you can find Come now while our
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STEVENSWEST
Prominent among the social events
of last week was the wedding of Mhssi
Ruby West and Mr Walter Slovens
who were united In the bonds of holy
matrimony at the Salt Lake temple
last Wednesday
On their return to this city they
were met by a number of outhufllnaUo
friends who presented thorn with
mementos of the occasion In the
shape or rice and old shoes They
were then escorted to a waiting auto
mobile and taken for a trip about tho
town bv their captors
In the evening a reception was
given them at the home of tho brides
mother Mrs Maggie West 2278 Madi
son avenue
The home was prettily decorated
with bridal wreath and carnations In
a moat artistic manner
The bride attended by Miss Martha
Critchlow as maid of honor looked
lovely In a tunic gown of liberty silk
and carried a beautiful shower bou
quet of white brides roses
The groom with Mr John Scow
croft acting as best man looked hand
some in conventional full dress i
Delicious refreshments were served 1
during the evening and all present I
were delighted with a number of fine I
bass solos sung in pleasing manner
by tho groom Mr John Scowcroft
played the accompaniments and also
rendered several appropriate selec I
tions on the piano
A large number of useful and beau
tiful presents were recehcd by the
happy young couple and on bidding
them good night each of the seventy
six guests present wished thorn a long
and happy Journey on the sea of mat
rimony
Mr and Mrs Stevens will be at
home after May 15 In their residence
on Rose avenue
CALEDONIANS
The Ogden Caledonian society en
tertained their friends at a concert
and dance In the Union Labor hall
Tuesday evening April 26 The hall
was crowded to the doors with Scotch
men and their friendswho enjoyed a
most excellent program of Scotch
songs and music Those participating
rendered their parts in a way that
mado tho hearts of all Scotchmen
beat with pride and each number was
heartily applauded and serial woro
compelled to respond to an enoro
The following rendered well select
ed and much appreciated vocal num
bers Miss Annie Wilson William
Purdie and Mrs Ro r rt Moyes Mrs
Agnes Warner Robert Rennlo violin
solo William Kluley song Mrs
Wadswortb Mrs Orson Griffin Mrs
Orson Payne Chief William N Pur
die Matt Poynton Robert Anderson
After the concert everybody en
joyed dancing real Scotch dances un
til midnight when all Joined hands
and sang Auld Lang Sync voting
the Caledonian society rolo cuter
talnors
HALCYON CLUB
Mrs R T Hume entertained tho
members of tho Halcyon Sewing so
ciety Saturday Au enjoyable after
noon was spent and a tempting repast
was served
Mrs D Sheehan Is entertaining a
large number of guests at luncheon
at tho Virginia this afternoon
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Schreck of Cincinnati and Jack
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