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I a v THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6 1910 4
REPUBLICAN TICKET
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I FOR CONGRESSMAN j 1
j Joseph Howell f
I I FOR SUPREME JUDGE
I D N Straup
I FOR STATE SENATOR
Goorgo J Kelly
FOR REPRESENTATIVES
f I Charles A Ziemer
M B Richardson
William Allison
I S V Grow
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
I 4 Years Moroni Skeen
I 2 Ycaro 0 B Madaon
FOR COUNTY CLERK
I Samuel G De
F R COUNTY RECORDER
Joseph B Wallace
I FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
I David Jenson
i FOR COUNTY TREASURER
t Alma D Chambers
i FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I > Thomas E Mnthows
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
j I
It I E E Harrison
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
H J Craven
I FOR CITY CONSTABLE
I
1 H E Steelo
1
I DEMOCRATIC TICKET
1H I
11 FORSZtJiRESS
I I FOR CONGRESS
I Ferdinand Erickaon
I FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME
I COURT
t Charles C Richards
I II LEGISLATIVE
I 1 FOR STATE SENATOR
T Sam Browning
i FOR REPRESENTATIVES
I I D D McKay
l S S Smith
j I W H Tolhurot
t i t I A E Pratt
I I COUNTY
I FOR COMMISSIONER
J V 4year term W J Parker
1 FOR COMMISSIONER
I 2year term Ijovl J Taylor
I FOR CLERK
I Hoary C Gwiiiam
t I I FOR ATTORNEY
j I J D Skeen
f I I FOR TREASURER
j I Walter N Farr
1 FOR SHERIFF
i i William H Anderson
i I t FOR RECORDER
I Matilda Peterson
r > FOR ASSESSOR
j111 John B Trimble
I III FOR SURVEYOR
h
L 1 Washington Jenkins
i Si FOR CONSTABLE OGDEN CITY
hf Clom H Martin
i i Demands of the Democratic Platform
I I State wide prohibition of the li
1 quor traffic Initiative referendum
iIII I and recall Direct primary for all
F i nominations Laws to stamp out
political corruption Election of sen
I ators by popular vote Right rela
r tions between religion and politics
a 1 t Tariff for revenue and not for graft
II Ilt The stamping out of criminal trusts
h I Regulation by law of railroad rates
I I Strict economy In all public busi
I I ness Legal recognition of the rights
r I I of labor I
F L I A DESERTED
< VMOillFS APPEAL
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4 I I After waiting silently four months
I 1 II for tho return of her husband who
i mysteriously disappeared from tills
city Mrs John Williams yesterday
J appealed to tho JucnllT court for
1 some assistance in tho support of her
two children
4 Tho woman states that four months
I ago her husband without any word
of farewell left homo and has never
I since returned or written her con
1 cerning hs whereabouts During all
this time he has sent her no money
With a hoy two years of age and an
L I other eight years old depending on
her for their food and shelter she has
worked at any honest labor she could
I U secure and managed until now to
1 keep tho wolf from the family door
The approach of winter however has
forced her to make known her condi
tion as she fears she will be unable
I I to keep up the struggle against poor
f Fi tv throughout the cold weather
it Mrs Williams says that her husband
I I
i I P band prior to his departure spent
i I most of his money for liquor and she
I I feels certain that ho has wilfully de
I serted her and the children and will
never return
Effort will bo made l > y Judge V C
I Gunuoll to Interest some of the wom
ens organizations in the case and at
p least part of the burden imposed upon
Mrs Williams hy her unnatural hus
band will be lifted from her shoul
ders
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DEFENDS THE COLLEGE YELLS
DES MOINES la Nov 5Dr Ida
p
Bender assistant superintendent of
schools at Buffalo N Y defended
the college yell at the closing exer
cises of the Iowa State Teachers
association today Dr Bender said
the collogo yell allowed the escape
ot cussodnebs that otherwise may
f be dovoted to sonic more serious pas
time 1
WfST OGDEN TOt
tIjflA WAUR I
The waterworks department yester
day received a cnrloal of SlncU water
mains to he used In tho West Ogden
extension Another car which will
contain the fittings will arrive with
in the next day or two and the trench
digging and laying of the mains will
be begun at tho earliest possible mo
ment
Thero being some other work al
ready In hand it Is stated that con
struction work on tho West Ogden
project will begin earlier than the
middle or latter part of next week
Thc line to tho homes of West Ogden
will be connected with tho main on
Wall avenue between Twentyfourth
and Twentyfifth streets and will bo
laid along Twentyfourth street to the
residences on the west side or the
Weber river I
The inhabitants ot that section arc
anxious to get the vriwer system not I I
only for the convenience It affords tho
homes but for tho fire protection and
the aid It will lie In tho sanitation of
the district Nearly a hundred people
petitioned n number of months ago
for the water connections but It has
been quite impossible for the mayor
and city council to act earlier than
now It Is said that there will be
from CO to SO water users as soon as
tho mains arc laid
HEX ETHVLENETETRAMINE
Is the name of a Geroaan chemical
one of the many atable Ingredients
of Foleys Kidney Remedy Hexamo
th > lenctetramlnc Is recognized by
medical toxt books and authorities
as a uric acid solvent and antiseptic
for the urine Take Foleys Kidney
Remedy promptly at tho first sign of
kidney trouble and avoid a serious
malady Badcon Pharmacy A R
McIntyre Prop
PEPEUHTS TO
BUILD HorUS
Even though the colder weather Is
here the building of homes In the
city is still In contemplation and
foundations are being built for resi
dence In different parts as though
thero will be no Interference in Ute
building operations on the part ot
the weather man
Robert Lewis has completed the
foundation for a 2500 residence on
Lincoln avenue between Twenty
ninth and Thirtieth streets
A 1000 residence is being erected
on Tyler avenue between Twentyfirst
and Twentysecond street by D J
White
Bert Norman Is building a 1000
home in Farrs Lane between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets
On Ogden avenue between Seventh
and Eighth streets Theo Engstrom
Is building a home that will cost
about 1000
The David Maule block on Twenty
fifth street between Grant and Lin
coln avenues is nearing completion
The house has been christened Ilelc
nr Tho ground floor will be used
for store purposes and the two upper
floors will be utilized as a rooming
house
The cornice Is being placed on the
Marion block at the corner of Lin
coln avenue and Twentyfifth street
the brick work having been complet
ed Carpenters are busily engaged on
tho roof nnd tho plumbers are mak
ing rapid progress In their work
Itching bleeding protruding or
blind piles yield to Doans Ointment
Chronic cases soon relieved finally
cured Druggists all sell It
REGlSHRm
NAMES MISSif
Tho copy of the registered names
posted by Mrs Angel tho leglstry
agent in district No 4 which were
placed in a conspicuous placo outside
the ladys homo was destroyed by
unknown parties Friday morning
The election notices were also torn
down and destroyed
This Is a penitentiary offense and
the offenders are taking desperate
chances
IN POLICE COURT
Al Fleming pleaded guilty to the
charge of having been unlawfully
drunk when arraigned In police court
yesterday and was fined G or five
dnys In the chain gang
Ed Henderson made no endeavor to
deny thaj he had been guilty of men
dicancy and was sentenced to pay a
fine of 10 01 serve ten days In prison
Bail was forfeited by Mrs J P
Stephens George Hickey and Dove
Fenstermaker Each of these were
booked on charges of being drunk
The two men woio arrested Thurs
day and the woman Friday night A
bond of 5 was deposited in each in
bianco for appeaiance
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ELECTION SERMON 1
In thodayrf of our New England
forefathers the Election Sermon
was ono of the great events of the
year It is not tho place of tho pulpit
in this day to be partisan but never
more concerned with
was tho pulpit
the important moral issues of tho
country On that account the pastor
of the First Methodist church Fred
erick Vlnlng Fisher will preach an
election sermon tomorrow night on
The Sacrament of the Ballot Box
to which all citizens are Invited
DiSTRICT COUR r
In the district court yesterday
the lime of tue judge was devoted
principally to tho consideration of
the probate nnd motion calendar
The appeal case of Ogden city
against G G Griffith was continued
for tho term by consent of counsel
on both sides
Kettle B Wardlow was appointed
ailuiinlBlralrlxJn the estate of W B
Wardlow deceased under u bond ot
OOO
In the matter of the estate of Geo
A Croft deceased Archibald Mc
prland Thomas A AVhalcn and
Charles F Mlddlctoa were appointed
appraisers
PARENTS DAY AND
IMiORTALITY
The Sunday services in the First
Presbyterian church will bo of excep
tional interest today In that tho
morning service is to be a parents
day service and the evening service
will deal with the practical aspects
of Immortality as a practical belief
and power In our life today
The president of the Utah Womans
Christian Temperance union at the
closo of the service will speak briefly
upon The Religions Ideals of Tem
perance This will not be a political
speech Special music will be given
by Mrs Cora C H Stevens and Miss
Diddle
JON ASON
fWITGHlr G HOUR
At Ogden Theater Tonight
and Monday
John Mason supported by an ad
mirable company under tho direction
of the Shuberls wilt appoar In The
Witching Hour admitted to be Au
gustus Thomas masterpiece at the
Ogden Theatre tonight and tomorrow
night
In this romarkaulo piece Mr
Thomas has provides exciting epi
sodes and situations much genuinely
stirring drama of tOe higher sort
many unique and curious surprises of
plot dealing with mystic phenomena
weird Inheritances of ancestry and
startling Influences of personality up
on personality down through three
generations and from the gamblers
fashionable card room to the erY
shadow of the Supremo Court and the
Jury room of a great murder trial
The skill with which he has woven
so many human interests together with
all tho new ideas that arC afloat In
the air concerning telepathy Chris
tion Science spiritualism hypnotism
mesmerism and all that concerns
those unknown mysteries Is enough
to stamp this as even greater achieve
ment of Its author than was even his
Alabama or his In Missouri or
his Arizona capital plays as they
all are Tho pln goer who is wise
enough to See Tho Witching Hour
will carry home with him from this
play a multitude of new sensations
feelings and thoughts and will find
fresh Interest In the curious colnci
dcnccs and strange Impressions of ov
ervday life Its striking success in
Chicago Boston Philadelphia San
Francisco and other cities as well as
Its run of over a year at > tho Hackett
Theatre New York hnsheen ample
confirmation ot his own faith and is
a credit to the bralna and hearts ot
the play goers of the day who are so
often made unjustly to take tho blame
for llp3hod and worthless dramatic
offerings Seats now selling Prices
160 1 00 75c GOc
GIRLS TRYING TO
PROTECT FATHER
Attitude of Thomas Vances
Daughters Undergoes Rad
ical Change
I
I Witness Says Aunt Threatened
Her With Imprisonment if She
Told Different Story
SALT LAKE Nov fiThnt tho at
ytudu of Lena Vance 15 years of age
d Florence Vance 10 years of ago
toward their father Thomas Vance
charged with the murder ot their
mother bus undergone a radical
change since the former trial is be
coming moro evident as the second
trial progresses
Florence was on the stand for over
an hour this morning and In spite of
her tender years proved to be the
best witness yet examined by the
defense
Florence told practically tho same
story as her sister Lena She testi
fied that her father did not beat her
mother with his clenched fists nor
did he kick hor but that he had only
pushed her down The little wit
ness said that Mrs Amanda Vance
Ward had told her that If she did
not say that her father beat and
kicked her mother she would be sent
to jail
Girls Story
SVUon asked by Judgo T D Lewis
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iTrights Store New 1 I
Vol 1 Wrights StoreA Good Place to Trade No3 t
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PERCALES 9
For this quality of percale you will
c pay 12 12c at any other store in
town These are double fold all
colors at a yard 9c
TOWELS 5
Where a great many towels are
needed these little honeycomb
towels cerve as well as the large
ones 8 13c values 5c
DIMITY 15
Fresh clean dimities with the
l otrlpes and bars woven In the fab
ric These are seasonable Just now
for waists and party dresses 20c
values 15c
c SHEETING 25
We offer a pure white good heavy
5 sheeting at considerably less than
market price you may have these
in either 2yard 2 14yard or 2 12
yard widths
< TABLELINENS 38 < i
5 Time to think of the Thanksgiving
It Linens This item is a red bord
ered linen 60 inches wide worth
I R regularly 50c for 38c
HANDKERCHIEFS 3
c
T Dainty cheer cross bar handker
chiefs These are regularly sold
C at 5c and arc good values at that
S price The sale price Ic 3c
FIVEINCH RIBBON 18
Regularly worth 30c Taffeta Rib
bons In Red Alice Navy Sky
C Pink Race Brown Green Cham
4 pagne Black and White 18c
GOLF GLOVES 19
c An odd lot of ladles and childrens
golf glovcc cotton and mixed fab
1 rice these are values which sold
I up to 50c
3
BACK COMBS
Back Combs rand Barretts worth to
5 75csome of these are trimmed
II with brilliants and some with gilt
your choice now at 39c
SCISSORS
Genuine steel scissors the stock of
fered includes valuec which aro
worth regularly 25c to 35c sizes
6 to 10 Inches 19c
BONE HAIR PINS lO
A box containing half dozen good
bone hair pins which are three
Inches longworth about 25c per
box 10c
FOUR lHAIR NETS 250
c A good strong silk hair net on a
rubber frame well made in all
colors regularly worth 10c each
Sale price Is to be 4 for 25c
FOUR DARNING SPOOLS 50
A ThreeA Darning Cotton In
C black onlyeach spool contains 45
yards Regularly sold at 2 12c a
spool 4 spools for 5c
c BUTTONS 50 DOZEN
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C Taffeta Silk Buttonssmall sizes
cz for trimming purposes all colors
these arc sold regularly at 10c
sale price dozen 5c
150 PEARLS 90
c Nine cents a dozen for pearl but
tons worth 15c In a special offer
ing in the Notion Dopt Thcs are
of a superior quality
CASTILE SOAP 100
A square bar containing one full
pound of good castilc coap for 10c
This bar will cut Into at least 4
of the drugglcts 10c ole
XMAS DELINEATOR
A gorgeouc magazinefull of
the Xmas spirlt120 beautiful
1 pages many of them colored In
spiring Illuetrationc splendid stor
ies cxquicltc fashions 15c
5 DECEMBER PATTERNS
s The last word from the groat fash
1 ion designers The Buttorlck Co
arc here the patterns for Decem
ber 10c none higher
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lu tell all that happened at noon
on Nov 27 the time of the alleged
heating and kicking she said I
Papa came home for his dinner
rnd when ho had drunk ono cup of
coffee ho asked for another Dont
fill It full ho said Mamma might
rot have understood him When she
brought tho cup papa said Didnt I
tell you not to fill the cup so full
Mamma said something about not
hearing and then said Do you mean
to say that you did not hoar Then
1e threw the coffee at her After
that he picked up a chair and mam
ma said Tom dont you hit me
with that and then aha started to
um out doors While she was out
jiniiti tried to lock tho door but she
got In through another door that was
not locked When silo came In ho
pushed her down and she got up and
Io pushed her down again and then
papa diduL do anything clseThcy
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Learned
Most of the magazines are
now telling of the new decor
ative art called Stenciling >
Designs from cut stencils
are painted on fabrics for
curtains cushions etc Once
you learn you can make your
OWn designs well teach
you Wlthout charge and sell
the first materials to you
Grey Sheet
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blue border
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I said a few words to ono another and
then papa wont hack to work
Could Not Remember
Judge Lewis asked the witness If
her father had said nnythlnlc to her
mother while the mother was lying
on the floor Tho little girl hesitated
for Just a moment and then said I
dont remember
Did tho quarrel between your pa I
pa and mamma cause you to cry
asked the court
Yes i cried a little bittm answer
ed Florence
Tho witness denied however that
sItu had screamed at that time
Dr Albert Hnnsen first witness
called this morning for the defense
watt asked In a hypothetical ques
tion of about 500 words covering
tho entire history of tho case wheth
er the patient died of mercurial pois I
oning and ho gave It ac his opinion
that aho did not Ho was asked al
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Pierced Brass
A New Fad
The popularity of braGG as
a home decoration has
created a new kind of
work for the home worker
which is known ac Plerc
ed brass The articles to
be done arc about the
me class as those which
I
are used in pyrography
but the finished article Is
much more beautiful and
sensible Displayed at
the Art Department
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350 W L Douglas and 2 r
S4 WalkOver Shoes + p giJo
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There can be no doubt
about these values You
know Douglas Shoes
you also know the a
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fer this week patent leathers 3
kids and calf In these t
o makes350 and 4 values 0
In all sizes and D Q 1 itt1
o a great many styles Ldovrvt 0
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to 11 3 12 11025 if
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o Boys School Shoes Two full s n 0
g solid leather soles 11 95 yl
0 225 values JiLo1 0
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Best cotton 72x84 inch o
all colors 350 6 IflJI t1 0
value Qr3G 0 0
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blanket all col 48 0
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S SOME HOSIERY SPECIALS
Warmer Hosiery at cm aller pricco Is one condition o
o you will find here this week Those are positive savlnns
so If the beating had anything to do
with Mrs Vances death and ho an
swcrced No
Mrs Clara Wuudorllch who testi
fied previously for the state was re
called by the defense and asked with
regard to tho bottle of oil of savine
that was found III the Vance homo
oil Nov 27 with a view to Identify I
ing the bottle offered In evidence by
the defense She said that tho bot
tie had a greenishyellow color
such as tho oho In evidence
ATTRACTIVE SERViCES
AT PRESBYTERIAN
1
Todays services In the First Pres
byterian church wJll bo especially
i
Scarfs 58c
Head and
shoulder c
scarfs two
yards long
These are of
fered in all of
the lending
uuhadesna
soft beautiful
material
scarfs will be J Pt 1
exterisively us LJf1I I1
ed this season
for eveningwear
jL3p
wear 5Sc
Warm Lined 89c I
Gloves i
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Suede kid gloves for ladies <
with a fur top and soft warm
fleece lining these are offered
in nearly all sizes It is a lot
which was here last season and 1 5
because the stock is old we of
fer these 150 values at 890
A few pairs of ladies gauntlet
driving gloves worth original
ly 150 are to be closed out
at S90
3
A Sale of Hand 248 F
Bags L5o1U
We have a small sample line of
ladies handbags which are to
be sold as they were bought
at very advantageous prices
These bags are all of solid
leather with genuine linings
the regular retail prices would
range from 375 to 600 You S
may have your choice of these 1
at 248
3
200 Battenberg Q0 C 3
Scarfs < K3
We predict that many of these <
handmade lace cloths will be
bought as Xmas gifts They
are really handsome 30inch
table centers Choice of square
or round stylesa good linen
center vlth a very wide border of j
handmade Battenbcrg lace which
in itself is worth more than the
1
sale price of 98c
Huck Towels 35c 1 S
To Embroider UJ
A large huck towel of pure lin S
en The ends are stamped for a
scallop and a spray or for a
scallop alone These edges are 1
to be embroidered over and
over with solid white The c
stitch is very simplethe sales >
ladies will you teach in a mo
ment If you wish When finished
these towels make excellent gifts S
these 50c values arc nOw 35c S
finished they arc worth much
more
Fresh Candfies 15c a c
Pound c
A tempting lot of new candies
arc just here Cocoanut Bon tt
Bons filled with delicious cocoanut I
c
coanut Duchess Gum Drops
large soft lucious Cream 1
Covered Dateswith a rich nut
flavor Honey Comb Chips pure C I
honey and sugar and many other
good sorts at per pound 15c f F
= t S i
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attractive In that tho morning serv
ice at 11 oclock will be a Parents
day service and at tho evening hour
at 730 the theme will be the Prac
tical Aspects of tho Teaching of Im
mortality In Everyday Life At tho
close of this service tho president
of the Utah State Christian Temper J
anco union will speak briefly upon 1
The Religious Ideals of Temper l J
ance However tills short address f
will not deal with any political as
Poets S
At these services thoro will be spe
cial music furnished by Miss Corn
Mis C H Stevens and Miss Did 1
dle
t
BOTH ARE CONFIDENT I
1 DES MOINES Nov inoth candi 1
dates for governor are confident of
victory tonight il
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