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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920. g JH
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9 A GQQDIfe TO THAI
A v e-sv t s aways advisable to look
- fPsil Here before deciding on millin-
i5Qs erv "e daily shipments from
? 4 our eastern connection keeps the
js nats fresn and new.
c 7" Indeed it is the policy of this
JL department to keep no old mer
c V 1 chandise on hand. Here are .
2? tWO of -the items or ;
I ik1 mterest or those j
SP tomorrow j
1 Banded Sailors $5 j
? Specially priced for tomorrow and Saturday selling are' 5
these bright, new bandefl sailors. Black and navy with
white facings. Nothing quite so stylish with a tailored :
suit as a banded sailor $5.00
I Trimmed Hats $3.98 j
H There is quite a lot of these trimmed hats that will be 1
H s closed out tomorrow and Saturday at $3.98. The regu- z
H lar prices were ever so much more. Large and small
H shapes hats for nearly every occasion. Displayed for
H easy choosing tomorrow and Saturday $3.98 J
1 Mid-Summer Millinery
H The first of the charming midsummer hats are here.
W. I Hats that are so exactly in keeping with the time of i
i year, that you will not be able to resist them. And even
these newest summer hats are not necessarily high in '
price. You like the way we are pricing them.
! Summer Sales j
Here are ten of the attractions for tomorrow and Satur-
day on the busy Second Flood. Right now is a very good
time indeed to supply these things for summer needs as J
9 the price cutting wave has surely struck this floor. Sec- 9
I ond Floor.
I flX 6k Girls' Middies I
c ttrV TtL Girl's middies made of white middy 5
a jtlr leans, trimmed with white brafd, nil
;v jf lTciI:Ml . . . $1.95 !
I t yfekr u Bung-alow Dresses
L S i'us Jcr Women's bungalow dresses, made
J, WBV of snlen(lid quality percale, all sizes, j
IS; , , ir-7I7nf:7 light and dark. Values (31 AT v
J' Li U Women's Sport Coats
a liLkj-J "f 1 Women's Jersey sport coats, made 9
' " oC ncavv Quality all wool jersey, 1
I t- ttt i tt jl some are trimmed with angora..
s Boys Wash Hats $27.50 values. JnQ7C I
1 A complete assortment of boys' Special J)lo. 0 0 H
c wash hats, made of best quality pi- . . I
A quet and lineen. Values to Qr OOyS WaSil fellltS I
$1.50. Special udd Boys' wash suits, made of strictly
a Children's Overalls cashable gingham, sizes 2 to ( c
I Children's overalls, made of dark 2,'?2 values' $
2 blue gingham, plain and white bPecIal pi.J 9
I J vear's0'.5!2!5.2? 6 95c Warner Corsets i
I c " i -r A Warner rust proof corset, made
I t Gingham DreSSeS of pink brocade material, elastic a
if jj Children's gingham dresses, made top and medium bust, long hip.,
1 of strictly washable gingham, sizes All sizes. $6 values. tfo nj; I
I 6 to 14 years. Values to AC Special
1 ! u-iJSpecial ' iL" ' xft Wright's Special f
J ' Children S btraW JtiatS "Wright's Special" corset, high A
tm V Children's straw hats, sailor and bust, long hip, strong supporters
LI a bonnet shape models. AC all sizes. $1.50 values. rr c
r 1 Values to $4. Special . . . tpAAu Special UuC J
!l . . I The Summer Sales j
V Every visitor in town tomorrow should have a look at jj
B the garments in this sale of white. Here, are all of the '
! muslin, silk and finer cottons made up into the newest
p ' styles of lingeries that will be wanted for the coming
I summer. Better prices will not be offered in a long
r time. The general reductions average more than 25 per
' J cent; in many cases more than 40 per cent. I
Transfer Man 'Tells
It to the Judge
J. C. Slade of the Slade Transfer Co..
432 Twenty-fifth street, charged with
operating mi automobilo without num
ber plates, was given a five day sus
pended sentence by Judge D. R, Rob
erts in the city court this morning.
Slade alleged that he had painted and
repaired a car but had not procured
number plates as his present business
did not warrant the use of an addi
tional car. He said that an emergency
arose yesterday In winch he was com
pelled to use the other car. He
claimed to have applied to the county
for authority to use hla car, and fail
ing In this, Bent a cashier's check to
tho secrotary of state for license
E. R. Chrlstopherson, who was oper
ating nn automobile with but one num
ber plate, was given a five days' sus
Boy Scout Troop 14
to Assemble Tonight
Troop 1-1, Boy Scouts, meets tonight
at 7:30 in tho Armory under the di
rection of Scoutmaster George Berg
strom of Troop 23, when the following
program will be given:
Scoutmasters' roll call.
Formation Inspection drill, mimetic
Scout pledge of allegiance.
Scout oath and laws.
Address "Fire Causes and Preven
tion," by George A. Graves.
First aid in bandaging.
Recreation period, Scout games,
story by scoutmaster.
Scout dismissal 9:30.
The war, along with subsequent rev
olution, it is said, has reduced the
population of Russia by 25,000,000 or
, ALLEGED SUGAR
I TRAFFIC BARED
JsTwo Arrested in Salt Lake
! Charged With Stealing .
Sj SALT LAKE, May 20. S.- A.
I I Thomas, alllas Hills a brakeman an'd
i F, Branner, a licensed expressman.
Ji5-16 California street were arrested
j nt First South and "West Temple
Streets at an early ' hour yesterday
S morplns aftre an exciting chase
J through the business and residential
! districts ot the city. The men are
I charged with stealing 300 sacks of
1 sugar from the warehouse and freight
5 cars along the Ore m line.
(Chief Deputy Sheriff W. E. Schoppe
in charge of the posse, with Floyd T.
i Jackson of the department of justice,
5 Chief Criminal Deputy V. A. Christof
I ferson, and Deputy Sheriff Waller,
Barnes, Hughes, Turnball Mathews
b and Gassidy, took Into custody Thom
j as Bunner, a brakeman, and R., Jj.
: 'White, 50 X. First West street, nald
k j by the deputy sheriff to be an outlaw
J ; switchman,
; j Information had been furnished the
)i sheriff's department here that acut
rateb usiness in sugar was being done
J I by a gang of thieves operating on the
j Orem line, tho D. & R. G. and tho
, Oregon Snort Line, and yesterday tho
) posse that made the arrest was on the
j lookout for members of the gang
when they saw a light delivery truck
. driven by Brunner with Thomas sit
i ting on the seat beside him Brun
I ncr noticing the occupants of a high
, powered automobile at Ninth South
i street became suspicious and started
speeding, and tho deputies in tho au
tomobile gave chase and mado tho
capture. The truck contained, thirty
sacks of sugar.
Other railroad employes supposed
to be members of tho gang will prob
ably be arrested today.
Sues James Pingree
for Sales Commission
Alleging that $7280 is due him for
commission for the disposal of stock
of the Ogden Packing and Provision
company for stock of the Land Devel
opment company of Salt Lake, Glen J.
Hudson has filed suit in the district
court against James Pingree, late
president and treasurer of the pack
The complaint alleges that on No
vember 15, 1919, Pingree employed
Hudson to obtain 51,597 shares of the
Land -Development company's capital
stock for 1040 shares of the Ogden
Packing company's stock and $8000 ad
ditional. Tho camplaint alleges that
Pingree agreed to pay Hudson 7 per
cent commission If the deal was made.
Hudson charges that tho deal was
completed and that Pingree has re
fused to pay him the commission on
the 1040 shares of the packing com
pany, which was worth $104,000 at the
time, it is alleged. The attorneys for
Hudson are Marioneaux and Beck of
j The copy of the complaint and sum
imons have been served upon Mr. Pin
gree who is now in Devil's Slide, at
which place he has made his head
quarters since resigning from the Pin
jgree National bank ten days ago.
Survey Party to Start
: on Salina Undertaking
J. A. West, chief of party of the
local office of the1 bureau of roads will
leave hero today in charge of a survey
and staking gang to work on the Sa-lina-Emery
road project, twel.ve miles
of which will be under construction In
about ten days.
It is said that the grading of the
old Denver and Rio Grande for twen
ty miles out of SaUna will be used-as
the basis of the 60 mile road from
Salina to Emery which will ultimatolv
Deaths and Funerals
STEPHENS. Funeral services for
Lillian R Stephens, wore held Wed
nesday at 2:30 o'clock in the Ninth
ward meeting house with Bishop W. O.
Ridges officiating. Mrs. Elizabeth
Wangsgaard and David Pickett, sang,
"Shall We Meet Beyond the River,"
Mi-8. Bernice Tyree sang "Good-Bye
Sweet Day," and Walter Stevens sang,
"All Through the Night " Verng Hob
son sang, "Speak Kind of Each Oth
er." and David Pickett sang, "Some
time We'll Understand. The speak
ers for the afternoon were Bishop H.
W. Ballantyne of Brigham. Benjamin
Hall of Brigham, George Beard of
Coalville and Bishop W. O. Hidges.
Intormont was made in the Ogden citv
POTTER The funeral of Mrs. Em
ma Pottor was held In tho Fifth ward
yestorday afternoon, conducted by
Bishop's Counselor C. J. Brown. A
violin solo. "Lead. Kindly Light," was
played by Miss Lillian Thatcher. "Thy
Will Bo Done" was sung by yalter
l Stevens. William Manning sang
"Lord, Responsive to Thy Call."
"Dream of Days" was sung by Mrs.
Loreno Snyder, and Mrs. Mary Farloy
sang "Abide With Me." Speakers
were Bishop George E. Browning,
Patriarch George W. Larkln and
Bishop James W. Ure. Interment was
In tho city comotory. where tho grave
was dedicated by B. A. Larkln.
WIIjSOX Funeral services for
John T. Wilson were conducted at
the Kirkondall chapel yesterday after
noon. Interment city cemetery.
WRIGHT The funeral of Mrs.
Maud Wright was conducted at the
residence, 2323 Van Buren, yesterday
by Dr. Ray Palmer, of the First Bap
tist church. Dr. Palmer preached the
funeral sormon. Bishop rJ, Howard
Jonkins spoke. Interment city cemetery,
The controller of currency reports
that more national banks " have in
creased their capital In the last six
months than In any other 12 month?
in the last 2 years.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phono No. 56.
Ball Forfeited Georgo Shawn ai
rested this morning at 5:30 o'clock on
a charge of drunkenness failed to ap
pear before tho city court. Judge D.
R. Roberts ordered that his ball,
amounting to $50 be forfeited.
Prof. Sawyer has re-opened studio
at corner of Washington and 29th.
Phone 377. 1G5G
Asks Damages An amended com
plaint was filed today in the district
court by Harry Smith against Martin
and Estheu E. Smith to recover pos
session of certain property held by the
defendant. In addition to recovery
of the property Sniith asks $500 dam-"
Phone 22. Taxi, day or nighU 1010
looses rursc Mrs. Nehpl Dahl
strom, 2001 Twenty-first street, lost
a black velvet handbag yesterday af
ternoon, she reported to the police.
The bag contained a check for $25.
No trace of the missing purse has
yet been found.
PAPER cleaners. Lowe-Grcenwell.
Telephone 2724-R. 314
Thomas Arrested Upon the charge
of refusing to provide for his wife and
child, Roland M. Thomas, 28 years of
ago, was arrested last night by the
sheriff's department. He wa3 later re
leased upon furnished $200 bond.
Prompt service, cleaning, pressing.
Phone 513. 1509
Articles Filed Articles of incorpora
tion of the William Thompson com
pany were filed yesterday afternoon
with the county clerk. The capital is
$25,000, with shares of the par value
of $100 each. Tho officers and direc
tors are: George A. Thompson, presi
dent; Esther L. Thompson, vice presi
dent, and Joseph S. Thompson, secre
tary and treasurer.
Ogden Typevrniiir House for type
writers and ropalra, 2422. Hudson Ave.
Republican Club Members of the
Republican club "will meet this eve
ning at 8 o'clock in the council cham
ber. All Republican women have been
asked to be present.
Call Offerman, tho plumber. Phono
Reynolds Here Professor F. W.
Reynolds of the extension division of
the University of Utah Is visiting Og
den today, conferring with the teach
ers of extension classes and checking
up the winter's work done here.
Ice. Pure distilled exclusively. M.
L. Jones Coal & Ice Co. 1264
The Tripp Studio, 432 Binford Ave.
Shoemaker wanted at Clark's Shoe
Store. .... 1639
To Whom It May Concern Tho fu
neral expenses of Henry E. Owens
wore paid in full by his mother, Mrs.
Mary 13. Horton of Purcell, Oklahoma,
1750 ( GEO. E. LARKIN & SONS.
Large Maltese cat lost. Reward will
be paid for return to 1203 Twenty
fifth street, or phono 157S. 1751
lis Inspection Here.
After having completed an inspec
tion trip over the Southern Pacific
lines between San Francisco and Og
den, F. L. Burckhalter, assistant gen
eral manager of the Southern Pacific
Railroad company, departed from Og
den this afternoon on Southern Pacific
train No. 9. He is travelling in his
private car, No. 101.
B. A. Campbell, superintendent of
the Salt Lake division of the South
ern Pacific system, departed this
morning on a lour of Inspection over
Becker and Bigelow
Tied for Top at Traps
G. L. Becker and A. P. Bigelow tied
for leading r re in the shoot of the
Ogden gun c .b held yesterday, each
making 73 out of 75. The Individual
scores were: j
A. P. Bigelow ...73x75,
G. L. Becker 73x75
M. Skoen 47x50!
J. Browning 46x50
W. Binford 36x40j
J. Harbertson 36x40
New and Used Typewriters
for Sale and Rent
All Makes J
Fine Commercial Printing 1
Good Printing Costa Less
CHAS. DEE PRINTERY
2428 Hudson Phone 792-M J
Over Western Union, Stevens Bldg.
ACTRESS CULLS !
Mrs. Minnie Maddern Fiskej
Says Women Should Not '
Mrs. Minnie Maddern Flske, tho ac- j
tress, who played here last night, Is
president of the National Lcaguo to
Conserve Footl Animals, which has
headquarters in the Munscy building,
Washington, D. C.
Tho principal object of the league
Is to educate and arouse public senti
ment with respect to the enormous an
nual waste of food through losses of
range stock by starvation.
Mrs. Piske takes advantage of her
theatrical tour to spread the propa
ganda which the organization gets out
in connection with lis move 10 stop tne
wasto and also the cruelty ot animals
starving to death by the thousands.
Mrs. Fiske is also opposed to the
trapping of animals for furs and in
this connection has sent a letter to
The Standard-Examiner, tlie text of
part of which follows:
"The editorial board of the Boy
Scouts organization has refused to al
low the printing of all fur and trap
ping advertisement In all scout publica
tions. This is the most progressive
act of the most progressive organiza
tion in the United States. The fact
that other juvenile magazines continue
to print these advertisements raises a
moral question of far reaching impor
"Are boys to be encouraged to doom
to torture and llnge'ring death helpless!
creatures caught by cunning and dc-.l
"The writer has been in close touch
with trappers and with the business
of trapping for 20 years. From every
angle it is the lowest and most despice
able business on earth. It Is difficult
to believe that tho woman lives who
would consent to wear trapped furs if
she were obliged to witness the tragedy
of their procuring."
Teachers With Gifts1
Through the efforts of Mrs. Hebcr!
Scowcroft and Mrs. Marriner Brown-1
king, the children of the kindergarten 1
department of tho Madison school'
presented two of their teachers, MIbu!
Shaw and Miss Josephine Volkor, with
farewell tokens. The day marked the j
last that tho ,two teachers will spend
at the school and In appreciation ot
their work by both tho students and
the parents, the children of the de
partment presented " tlyjrn with gifts.
Miss Leah Shaw, who leaves In the
near future for Lincoln Nebraska, was
the recipient f oa cameo ring, while
Josephine Volkor, who la to be mar
ried soon was recipient of a silk um
From Causers' Meet
H. L. Ilerrington, president of the
Utah Canning company, arrived home
from an extended tour of the East this
During his absence from the city Mr.
Ilerrington attended the educational
conference of the Utah Canners' asso
ciation in Chicago, May 13 and 14,
when matters relnting to the newly
instituted system of inspection, tind
to advertising of American canned
goods were fully discussed.
use your head I
to save your sd? 1
( ThEs ensible, practical
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Svv ve scnsitle, practical se'r- I9 j
VA vcc comfort and good :
vvip. looks.Thesefeaturesmustbe HH
I JjlM ut "Snt mt0 good shoesr - II
1 Myi nc a tlcse Matures are - t
0 combined built into every : :B
5dipjp' part of BuckhechT' Shoes. ? f Jill
BUCKHECHT Shoe 'for you for active men in
all walks of life contain those sterling qualities
made famous by the Buckhecht Army Shoe. They
are sold in a variety of styles and leathers from $8
to $ 1 2 by principal shoe dealers in the. West.
For Sale in Ogden by jH
THE I. L. CLARK & SONS CO.
I BUCKINGHAM & HECHT ' WM
MANUFACTURERS Sine the early fift'ui SAN FRANCISCO
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Present Play Tonight
Rehearsals .at C o'clock In the morn
1 ing are almost an unheard of event,
yet that Is what happened at the First
j Congregational church in this city
; this morning, when the members of
the cast of the musical play. "The New
j Minister," put the final touches on
1 tho production, which Is to be per
I formed tonight at S:15 o'clock.
S. S. Workers Meet in
A meeting of Sunday school work
ers of the evangelical churches of the
city was held In . the PresbyteVtan.
church last 'night and addressed by
A. M. Locker, field secretary of the
International Sunday school associa
tion, and Rev. Adam G. F. Rank, sec
retary of the I'tah Sunday school as
sociation. t nn
iFOREST FIRES SWEEP
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
QUEBEC. May 20. A forest fire is
sweeping Bellechasse county threaten
ing destruction ot" the villages or St.
Camille. Ct. Fablen. Panet and Daa
iquam. according to telegraphic appealB
' for aid received here today. Daaquam
was said lo bo in great danger and the
inhabitants were reported leaving their
' m ;
Weber Field Day on I I
at Lorin Farr Park 1
Commencing at 1 o'clock this aft-
ornoon the annual field day cxer- J
cises which mark the close of the H
1920 athletic season at TVober Nor- J
mal college took placo at Lorln Farr H
park when a program of track and
field events calling for contestants
from each class of the school was H
carried through. jH
OF MINES DENOUNCED H
"WASHINGTON, May 20. JohnL.
Lewis, president of the United Mine
Workers here in connection with coal jH
miners' negotiations, sent a telegram
j to Governor Coruwell, of West Vir-
ginia, today commenting on the 3lis
j turbancs last night at Matewan and
urging that measures to prevent "k.w
less activities" by "murderous litre-
lings of the coal operators" be taken.
In a statement Lewis said?
"We have repeatedly called the,ab
i tention of Governor Cornwell to -tho jH
' terrible conditions existing in tho
Guyan river, Tug river, Little Coal riv
, er "and x'ocahontas coal fields of West
j-Virginia. In all of these districts -po- IH
lice powers have been assumed by IH
the private detectives in the employ
I of coal companies. There is no vtzr- jH
i rant in law or justice for the action of
j private detectives in assuming police
powers. That power belongs exclu
1 slvely lo the state."
j The cithara and lyre were the com
' mon musical instrumentH of Homer's
j OUR CARLOAD OF CHINA WARE SALE j I
Still continues. Wo have n few sets of dishes, both white and decorated, which are oolno at the reduced prices. I jH
I f OIL MOPS j jF '"TENNIS RACQUETS I H
1 B Tnc 9real outdoor sport for young and old. These i fl
B t THE GREAT DUST AND GERM DESTROYER are genuine out, and well made. B
11.00 size, 69c; 35c bottle oil 23c I raecuet "C I j WM
125.lZe 89c I J1.25 r.equet .
$1.75 racquet k 97c B Jj M'M
31. 50 size, 98c; 50c bottle oil. 39c J 1 $2.00 racquet .-. 51.39 (j S
j I Rpccee3d a jy The- CBocreiEFy People- 0af?0eed J I H