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I! i How About That
1 Sweet Girl Graduate?
9 Has she selected her hat yet?
j 1 Graduation in a girl's life is next in importance to wed-
j I ding; beHs.
1 1 MAKE THIS EVENT A
j GRAND MEMORIAL
ig in her life by topping- her off with one of our beautiful hats. I
1 I make a specialty of designing hats for all occasions. I
fi I also have a full line of sport and other seasonable mil- I
j linery. '
I LA URENE F. FOLKERSONS
I Distinctive Millinery j
I War Savings Stamps, Proper
ty of Francis Coolidge of
Ogden Found Among Loot
War Savings stamps identified as
the property of Francis Coolidge of
Ogden havo been recovered by Los
Angeles authorities in the arrest of
Cyril A. Nick, alias J. A. Jordan, who
was arrested in Los Angeles Thurs
day when his suitcase fell from a bag
gage truck and disgorged silverware
valued at ?400, and other loot.
"A quantity of other valuables found
in the man's possession are thought
to have been taken from Ogden and
Salt Lake homes but have not been
I Notwithstanding that a pawn -ticket
on a Salt Lake pawn shop and a re
I ccipt, showing that he had sent $70
j from Salt Lake recently, Jordan, or
Nick, said he had never been in Salt
Lake. The police claim that he billed
a suitcase to himself from Salt Lake
to Los Angeles on May 10. He also
sent 70 from Salt Lake on the same
date, according to a receipt found in
Ills possession. '
The police of Los Angeles are try
ing to identify these and other goods
found in the man's possession as that
described in a circular sent from the
Ogden police department May G, fol
lowing the theft of valuable Masonic
emblem medals of gold and silver,
formerly the property of the late Gen
eral J. E. Coolidge, a Mason of high
standing in tho state, together with a
number of valuable heirlooms, includ
ing an old pair of silver knee buckles
Ianu a iiiuiu-puiniea ivory ian. iney
were taken from the residence of Mrs.
Gertrude I. Coolidge, an Ogdenschool
Los Angeles police are of the opin
ion that the suspect's operations in
Los Angeles have spread throughout
the city and are checking minutely
recent robberies in that vicinity. A
rent receipt found in the man's pos
session led to the recovery of jewels
and other valuables amounting to
$3000. A second rent receipt on the
Oakland branch of the Bank of Italy
was also found and will bo investigat
II CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
' Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and
mail it to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield
Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name
antj address clearly. You will receive
In return a trial package containing
I Foley's Honey and Tar, for coughs,
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills
for pain In sides and back; rheuma
1 tlsm, backache, kidney and bladder
, ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, for constipation, biliousness,
j headache, and sluggish bowels. Sold
I everywhere. Advertisement,
Owners of Second Liberties!
Can Take Coupons to Any
SAN FRANCISCO, May 15. Uncle
Sam cuts a $5,000,000 melon today in
the Twelfth federal reserve district In '
the form of semi-annual Interest pay-'
ments on the Second Liberty loan. Just!
how much of this $5,209,116 interest j
will go to residents of the Pacific!
coast is conjectural, as the federal re-j
serve bank has no means of knowing
how many of the bonds havo passed (
fl'nm tllQ Vlnnrlc rf nrlfrlnnl nil.Almrnvn
to buyers outside of the Twelfth dis
trict The interest payment is based
on the amount of bonds allotted.
Gov. Jno. U. Calkins of the federal
reserve bank of San Francisco advises
holders of Second Liberty loan bonds
to ca.jh their government obligations
selling this month at ?4.16. The inter
est on a $100 Second Liberty loan
bond of the four per cent issue is $2,
while the interest on a $100 bond bear
ing 4Vi per cent interest is $2.13.
All that is necessary to' cash the in
terest coupon is to take it to any bank
and offer it at the paying teller's win
dow, or it may be offered as part pay
ment on a War Savings stamp, which
will immediately begin to bear ! per
cent Interest compounded every' throe
months. Investment of Liberty loan
coupons in War Savings stamps imme
diately puts interest at work earning
Human freight was unloaded at
the American Express office at tho
Union depot yesterday for the first
time in the past thirty years, when
two little plcanlnnles, who had
traveled from Topeka, Kan., to Og
den, arrived in this city.
Upon arrival, the charges of the
express company were taken to
tho home of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Jackson, 111 West
Twenty-seventh street, under the
care of a regular expressman and
were delivered as any other ex
press commodity is delivered.
The boys claim that tney "sho'
had some trip."
Tho earliest invention of the mo
tion picture projecting machlno was
patented In 1867.
j Mrs. Edna F. Nichols Chosen
I Worthy 6r,and Matron of
I Eastern Star
I Mrs. Edna F. Nichols, of Ogden, was
chosen worthy grand matron at tho
election of officers held yesterday in
Salt Lake by tho Utah Grand Chapter
of tho Order of the Eastern Star. Sho
hold the office of associate matron
M for 1919 and 1920. James F. Ingols of
Salt Luke, who was associate grand
(j patron, was elected worthy' grand pat
ron. The retiring officers are Michael
Malone of Ogden and Mrs. Lilia L.
Cheney of Green River.
Ej Installation of officers took place at
I the Masonic templo last night after a
banquet, served at 6 o'clock. This
closed tho fifteenth session.
Other officers elected were: Mrs.
Georglna Higson, Salt Lake, assoclato
I 'grand matron; F. J. Vicks, Ogden, as
soclate grand patron; Mrs. Frances G.
! Shields, Salt Lake, grand secretary;
, J Mrs. Katherine Thompson, Salt Lake,
; grand treasurer; Mrs. Louise K. Dods,
I Salt Lake, grand conductress; Mrs.
Ada K. Hartenstein, Salt Lake, asso
ciate grand conductress; Mrs. Lavlna
' C. Brown, Salt Lake, grand chaplain;
Mrs. lloxana G. Seaton, Salt Lake,
grand lecturer; .Mrs. Armeda C. Rob
erts, Ogden, grand marshal; Mrs. Mary
Stevens, Ogden, grand organist; Mrs.
Katherine Vicks, Ogden, grand Adah;
!Mrs. Mary Maxfield, Garfield, grand
I Ruth; Maye Shaw, Corlnno, grand Es
Pjther; Mrs. Lenorc Brumbaugh, Salt
Lake, grand Martha; Mrs. Lavontla
Bithcll, Corlnne, grand Electa; Mrs.
Clara Dills, Ogden, grand warder; Mrs.
Ira B. DItlow, Salt Lake, grand sen
tinel. The officers for the past two years
were: Mrs. Cheney, Green River,
Wyo., worthy grand matron; Mr. Ma
lone, Ogden, worthy grand patron;
Mrs. Nichols, Ogden, associate grand
matron; Mr. Ingols, associate grand i
patron; Mrs. Frances G. Shields, Salt
Lake, grand secretary; Mrs. Mary
Yancey, Salt Lake, grand treasurer;
Mrs. Higson, Salt Lake, grand .conduc
tress; Mrs. Dods, Salt Lake, associate1
grand conductress; Mrs. Carrie J. Ma
yer, Salt Lake, grand chaplain; Mrs.
Ethel Bripkcr, Green River, grand lec
turer; Mrs. Gertrude E. Benjamin, Salt
Lake, grand marshal; Mrs. Florence
Ingols, Salt Lake, grand organist; Mrs.
Mary B. Robertson, Bingham, grand
Adah; Miss Nora Redfleld, Provo
grand Ruth; Mrs. Ann;e C. Wall,
Mount Pleasant, grand Esther; Mrs.
Monina Crockett, Price, grand Martha;
Mrs. Seaton, Salt Lake, grand Electa;
Mrs. Ruth M. Day, Corlnne, grand war
der; Ira B. DItlow, Salt Lake, grand
A large representation of the mem
bers of tho order throughout the state
wa3 present at tho sessions; keen In
terest was shown In the election of of
' U. P. Revenue FeM
j When U.S. Had Hold
According to records filed with tho
public utilities commission yesterday
j the revenues of the U P. railroad dur
ing 19m, when the road was under
federal administration, decreased
I The gross income is shown to be
! $35,350,905 and tho net income $33.
jC3G,lG2, an increaao in gross inconio
I of $2,237,7 12 and in the not Income of
$2,S65,59G. The difference, S33.62S,-
S97, is carried to profit and loss an cx
jeesa of ?2,62S,S97 over the previous
The total mileage is 3G14 miles of
direct line and G055 miles of trackage,
of which 1SG miles are in Utah. The
amount of freight tonnage was 16,
129,538. The number of employes was
30,968, and the wages and salaries1
paid them aggregated $45,S03.114.
Revenue earned in Utah during tho
year was $ 1,370.50 and operating
expense was ?2513, 847.07. The rev
enue freight originating in Utah was
PAIR HELD WITHOUT
BAIL FOR MURDER
LINCOLN. Kan., May 15. Miss
Stella Hyman and her nephew, Lee
Bunch, charged with first degree mur
der in connection with the death of
his paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Bunch of this place, last August, woro
bound over for trial without bond at
the clos9 of thoir preliminary hearing
Miss Hyman and Bunch have con-i
fessed, according to the authorities,
that they planned to poison the Bunch
family becaxiso they objected to thoj
proposed marriage of Miss Hyman
and Leo Bunch.
mm !r IfePwlr 0 Program of Exceptional Merit
H f Vfrfl Prices AA SCHEDULE
I Vsf a11 day&tPC 2:15 fl lf5 6:45
H i my COMING SUNDAY
H COMINGSOON Maurice Tourneur's $500,000.00 Production
! r william russell "MY LADY'S GARTER"
I A MILLION J
I JMaUoHaiff J
I lrwesecl 1
New tStyles1 1
for Sprmg 1
! For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
Sermon Series Tho scries of ser-'
mons on "Why I Am a Baptist," by Dr.
Ray Palmer, will be given at tho First
Baptist church, beginning Sunday at 11
a. m. and not at the Methodist church
as was erroneously announced.
Phone 22. Taxi, day or night. 1010
Prompt service, cleaning, pressing
Phone 513. 150J
Return Home Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Thinncs of Evanston, Wyo., who have!
returned from a trip to the-northwest, i
have been visiting relatives in Ogden I
the past week.
PAPER cleaners. l.owe-Grepnwcll.
Telephone' 2721-R. ' S14
i Florlsto Telegraph Delivery Assn
Uumlte Floral Co., Phone' 250. 56i- j
From Coast E. M. Couchot, consult
ing engineer for the Sperry mills con
struction work here, Is in Ogden for a
Coal We can take care of all short
age; 1200 tons in shed. Phone 27.
John Farr Coal Co. 827
Meet Wednesday The Dorcas
Young Ladlesl society of the English
Lutheran church, will meet next Wed
nesday with Mrs. Elizabeth Holm
slrom. 2141 Pingree avenue.
Ogden Typewruei House for type
writers and repairs, 2422 Hudson Aw..
From Idaho Arthur G. and Edmund
R. Berrctt of Uorth Ogden, have re
turned from a visit with friends in
Call Offerman, tho plumber. Phone
Improves 'Miss Delia Roylance,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H.
Roylance of North Ogden, Is convalesc
ing at the Deo hospital.-
Ice. Puro distilled exclusively. M.
L. Jones Coal & Ico Co. 1264
Arlington Hotel, under new manage
ment. A clean and refined home for
ladies and gentlemen. Hot and coldi
water in every room. Private tele
phone and baths, 2439 Washington ave
To Reside Here Mrs. Marguerite
Barker, widow of Henry Barker of
'North Ogden, is making her home
- I BramweU's j
3 New and Used Typewriters
M j for Sale and Rent.
I I Fine Commercial Printing
3g I Good Printing Costs Less
I J CHAS. DEE PRINTERY I
1 1128 Hudson Phone 792-MB
Over Western Union, Stevens Bldg.
I Here's News for Thrifty Housewives 1 ,
I An opportunity like this cOnies but seldom and de-
I I serves the attention of every intelligent housekeeper ,; ;
! I ml4
II Here Are the Sizes and Prices. Compare Them -r! 1
REGULAR SALE ,i L
'H SIZE PRICE PRICE I !'
;j 6 x9feet....... $9.75 $6.95 f
I 74x9 feel.. $1185 ..:....V... $7.95 ' I
j 9 x9 feet . . . 1 . .S9J5. I I f
with her daughter. Mrs. Llllle Rich
ards, on Twelfth street
The Tripp Studio, 132 Binford Ave.
! Els Entertain at
Dance in Gob Rqsi3
A largo crowd of Elks attended tho
dance at the home on Grant avenue
last evening. Several features wore
Introduced that made the party out
of the ordinary. This is the last dance
that will be held in the homo until i
next fail. Tho next one is announced
for May 2S at Lorln Fai r park. "
Deaths and Funerals
TAYLOR The Infant son of Parlcy
I P. and Ozula Taylor died yesterday
j afternoon at the home in Harrlsvillo
immediately after birth. The family is
quarantined with smallpox. Bishop
n. R. Brown will conduct private fun
eral scrvlco at' 5:30 o'clock this eve
ning with burial in the family plot In
Ogdon city cemetery
CARD OF THANKS
Wc desire to extend our sincere and j
heartfelt thanks to our friends and
neighbors for their many acts of kind
ness and assistance shown us during
the late illness and. death of our be
loved wife and daughter; also for the
many beautiful floral offerings.
(Signed) MR. EDWARD H. CHAM
BERS. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE
II. GREENWELL. 1570
BROKER IS SUICIDE
MONTREAL, May 15. "Will lam
Graham Browne, head of the bond
firm of W. Graham Browne & Co.,
committed suicide by shooting here
last night, a few hours after his arrest
on tho charge of the theft of $50,000
from the Royal bank of Canada. The
shooting occurred in .a room adjoining
his lawj'cr's office. ,
RUP10R TURK SULTAN
WILL RESIGN THRONE
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 14. (By
tho Associated Press.) Tho Turkish
sultan will rc3ign his 'throne In pro
test against tho severity of tho peace
treaty presented to Turkey by the
allied powers, according to a rumor
today, which is credited In many quarters.
COULD NOT BEGIN TO TELL ALL
"I could not tell you all the benefits
I had irom tho uso of Foley's Honey
and Tar," wrltos Miss Rose Florke, 209
Hawkins ave., N. Braddock, Pa., "I had
a cold In my chest and fearing it
would cause pneumonia I tried Foley's
Honey and Tar and it was not long till
I felt relieved. I hope others suffer
ing from severe colds will try it."
Many such letters have been written
about this time-tried, reliable family
medicine for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Sold everywhere.
WESTERN PACIFIC SUES j
U. S. FOR 3 MILLIONS'
SALT LAKE. May 15. Hearing
upon the claim cf the Western Pacific
Railroad company, which seeks about
j 53,000.000 as compensation for traffic
jit was deprived of haulihs while the
railroads were Under federal adminis
tration, will be heard by a board qi
j referees of the Interstate commerce
i commission, who will sit in Salt Lake'
I June 18.
I The railroad claims that business it'
was entitled to handle was diverted ,
to the Southern Pacific and. as a con
sequence, it lost considerable revenue.
iTHROWS HAND GRENADE j
IN CLERICAL MEETING'
BERLIN, May 14. (By the Associ-'
ated Press) An unknown man threw
i a hand grenade today into a hall at
Enlingen, near Stuttgart, where the
clerical party was holding a meeting in
favor of the candidacy of former vicq,
Chancellor and Minister of Finance
Mathias Erzterger. for" the relchstag.
A few persons were struck by frag
ments and injured, but -none seriously.
SHOWERS EARLY IN
WEEK ARE FORECAST
WASIIIXqTON. May 15. Weather
predictions for the week beginning
Upper Mississippi and lower Mis-
souri valleys, Rocky mountains and
plateau regions Showers early days,
generally fair thereafter; tempera
tures near or slightly below normal.
Pacific states Genorally fair, near
ly normal temperature.
FRENCH TROOPS LEAVING.
PARIS, May 15. The French troops
In the neutral zone of Germany have
begun to withdraw, according to nn
official statement issued today by the
SEARCH FOR MURDERER.
GREENVILLE, 111., May 15 Search
for Charles O. Beasley, charged with
tho murder of his wife and two boy
babies, was renewed today by posse-men.
WASHINGTON, May 15. Kalispell. f
Mont., 5,417, decrease 402, or 7.2, per
i Waltham, Mass., 30.SS1, increase
3.057 or 11.0 per.CenL
Dunmore, l a... 'M.lSQ, increase; 2,GS5,
'or 15.0 per, cent. 'V "
I Carbondalc. r'a., 1S.S10, : increase j ;
1,600, or 9.1 per cent. '' ., '
! Beaver Fans, Pa., C2.S02, increase
611, or 5.0 per cinl.
Wcstcl-eswr, Pa., 11,717, decrease 50V
or 0.4 per cent.
Old Forge, la., 12.237, increase 913, IV
qv- S.L per cent. - , Wg
, Dickson cay, Pa., 11.049, , increase mm
1.71S, or 1S.4 per cent. ' 7 K
i Ohphant, Pa., 10,236. increase 1,731,
or 20.4 per cent. -r . M
Wyanuotte, i-.iich., 12.S51, increase H
4.564, or 55.1 percent. .
Ilamtramck, Mich., 4S.635, increase H
45.056, or 126.0 per cent A H
Highland Park, Mich.. 46.5i9, in- ft- i"
crease, 42,479. or 1031.0 per cent. PVV -
Ilamtramck Township, Wayne coun-
ty, Mich., 49.2S7, increase 42.165,.' or.
592.0 per cent.
Ecourse Township, Wayuo couhtv, I
Mich., 22,991, increase 13,513, or T43:S
I per cent '
FRISCO MINT MAKING FIRST 1
GOLD COINS SINCE 1916 I
(By International News Service )
SAN FRANCISCO "The days of I
old, the days of gold," are to return. W
For the first time since 1916 the U
mine here Is again turning out gold I
coins. Eagles and double eagles aro
being coined, but no $5 gold pieces. ' I
Dear to the hearts of all Callfornians
and all westerners, the gold coins, once
sc familiar before tho invasion of pa fl
per money, will be again obtainable, jH
although it is expected the number to
bo turned out at the local mint will IHI
scarcely meet the demand. jH
LAUGHS AT SON'S JOKE; LL
DIES OF HEART FAILURE
(By International News Service.) fmmm
THREE RIVERS, Mich Mrs. Caro- f'H
line Osborn fell dead of heart disease 'SS: f
after prolonged laughter over her
son's joke. She had just said she never
laughed so much In her lifo when she
fell lifeless to the floor. IH
h Out Bcsl Advertisement fx-
1 The steady growth of this bank in total resources, 6 e B H
hp deposits and number of customers is the best possible I 11 1 H
S advertisement we could have. B Ip B IH
HH ' No bank or business could grow and prosper as this It I i ll
bank has unless it rendered exceptional service. i Pf 4 IH
J Our customers agree with us that the service we ren- "Cvl I ll
dcr Is distinguished by an intelligent, helpful and friend- I 1 IH
HH ly knowledge of their personal requirements. IP 3 1 IH
h Thio is the kind of service wc place at your disposal. 11
II Ogden State Bank J 1H
H. C. BIGELOW, President J