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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, May 29, 1920, LAST EDITION - 4 P.M., Page 3, Image 3',
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j) THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920. 3
4 I UTAH THEATRE
I Last Times
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I A Has Jimmy Vaientin
J Ir ' -MjMHx N nccd 10 explain who y,
A W m in jVn'lBBjBBhjii,i Jimmy Valentine is. He's 4
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j l Jff t " V tw'CCMV1'dow' stalking' her
I E l&Wk 9t(';'$y$M third victim, and stouter of 1
I f l:J' ?SP 'mtE marries her. The most
I '?' '.fj$ magnetic star of the
Vp " - ' 'f?!Mf screen In a play more fa-
f s X mous than the eighteenth g
-amendment and many
I I uptimes. I
I I And the Sunshine Comedy f
I Tomorrow Another Great Show I
I "THE CLIMBERS" J
B Memorial Service at
North Ogden Monday,
Sfgall 1 Memorial services, will be hold Mon-
Saj&fg tj j day forenoon In the North Ogdcn
jMifiS .' cemetery. Residents of Pleasant View
fgfafca ! will participate
EjjBp? ' The North Ogdcn contingent Avill
; form in line at 10 a. m. on the public
square. They will be Joined at Wash
ington avenue and Cemetery street
by the Pleasant View crowd, marching
then to the cemetery.
Veterans of the G. A. It. will con
duct tho service for heroes -of threo
wars, whoso bodies He in the North
Ogdon cemetery. They are Calvin
Chandler and Robert Scott of the
Civil war; Edward Wade and Jona
than Campbell of the war with Mexi
co and James Shaw of the World
E Diplomas Presented to More
S, Than 400 Graduates at
I. Ogden Tabernacle
!. Wiih more than 400 graduates par
ticipating, the thirtieth annual eighth
I ' grade commencement exercises of the
E, Weber county public schools opened
I this morning in the tabernacle at 11
M The address to graduates was given
J , by Professor Richard R. Lyman, of
I the University of Utah, , while pre
sentation of certificates was made by
i Superintendent B. A. Fowler of tho
! Weber county schools.
A feature of the exorclscn was tho
ij singing of the "Swing Song," ly a
j chorus of 500 county school pupils.
'Invocation followed and was pro
! ' nounced by James L. Robson of Plain
I , "Come Gentle Spring," was sung by
the chorus of 500 voices and this was
followed by remarks by A. C. Chrls
! tenson, a member of the county board
1 , of education.
i ; The complete program follows:
i 1. "Swing Song," (S. Hoffer)
Chorus of Five Hundred County
I 2. Invocation James L. Robaon
of Plain City.
j 3. "Come Gentle Spring" (Albert
J. Powell) Chorus.
Remarks by School Board
, Member A. C. Christenaon.
j 5. "I Would That My Love"
G. Tho American's Creed Eighth"
Grade Graduates, 1920.
7. "Thy Home in Fair Provense"
(from La Travaiata) Verdi
(a) Story told by Mrs. J. R.
(b) Selection played on the VIc-
(a) Selection sung by School
S. Presentation of Certificates
Supt. B. A. Fowler. ,
9. Address to the Graduates Prof.
Richard R. Lyman. U. of U.
10. (a) "Farewell" (M. Bclling
(b) "Good Night Ladies"
11. Benediction Geo. A. Fuller
I-st year are there, besides ome k
1 illiliL R. Owen Seeten 's famous concert band, assisted
by the University Comic Opera Company, will pre
flnffflflflnroi sent two remarkable Sunday Concerts. Seventy-five University sing-
jMifiaalaEM era will produce a complete comic opera. And, in addition, there
JHBPjjjjBy are a 'hundred other interesting things to do every minute of the day.
ipj JPM CONVENIENT TRAIN SERVICE
ffc. IIBBBBk oa can make the trip to tho lake at any tim of the day. Electric
BSj iBBpiliiwilQl trains leave Saltan- Depot at 7:15 a. m., 9:15 a. m., 12 noon, 2 p. m.,
8jWEli an ever-v -0 minutes until 11 p. m. Hound trip fare, 35c. Children"
1 I x between 6 and 11 years, inclusive, 20c. Children under 6 free. j
fild Elegant appointments and superb service will make the ship Cafe
'apwa your favorite place to dine. Concerts every evening- by the popular
fMSSm l2ader EDDIE FITZPATRICK, and his orchestra.
mW AUTO SPEEDWAY
amLWf Take a run over the new automobile road t othe lake. Enjoy the
1 SF thrill of an open throttle on a perfect road. Cross tho North Tem-
pr aduc anc continue west.
W ''' n e Decoration Crowds , . I
GUARDS LEAVE TONIGHT FOR CAMP
AT FORT RUSSELL; OGDEN JOINED
BY OTHER UNITS HERE FOR TRIP
Seventy members of the First Cav
alry, Utah National Guard, "wll depart
from Ogden at 9:30 o'clock tonight for
Fort D. A. Russell,- "Wyo., for a period
of four days training.
Troop jj. of this city will be joined
by A. and C. troops from Salt Lako
and by D. troop of Brigham. The
troops will then proceed to Green
River, Wyo., where fifty men of the
Idaho National Guard will join the lo
Because of the large amounf. of
freight and livestock which the troops
will carry, the train will move on a
During tho first day of the encamp
ment tho following Instructions will
begin Tuesday morning: Physical
training, school of tho trooper, mount
ed; schfiol of the squad, mounted;
care of leather equipment and groom
ing. Major W. W. Gordon will be In
charge of the troops during the trip
to camp. Col. Dugan at Fort Russell,
will assume command of the several
national guard units as they arrive In
Captain Walter ID, Llndquist of B.
troop, Hub announced the following
roster of Ogdon men who will attend
Captain Walter E. Llndquist, First
Lieutenant M, W, Cram, Seoond Lieu
tenant Raymond H, Plomon, First
Sergeant Thomas F, Proshaw, Mess
Sergeant OuBtave Helckeen, Stable
Sergeant Wlllard C, Chase, Supply
Sergeant Edward W, Capon, Sorgeant
George Udlng, Sergeant Clyde Wood
cock, Sergeant Sidney Watson, Ser
geant Edward C. Bade, Sergeant Peter
Z. Chrlstensen, Corporal Joseph Chale
laln, Corporal Fred B. Naisbltt, Cor
poral Georgo Cook, Corporal Wilson
G. Wright, Jr., Corporal A. Preshaw,
Corporal Thomas J, Thomas, Corpor
al Fred L. Chez, Corporal Fred J.
VIcks, Horseshoer Harlan E. Payson,
Saddler Gabriel C. Dleu, Cook Fay
Fraker, Cook Adrian Dalebout, 3uglcr
Ezra B. Jones, Bugler Paul Capron,
Privato first class, Edward Donzier,
Private first class, Farris V. Sparrow,
Private first class, Lloyd. P. Brown,
Privato first class, Gerald Winslow,
Rosters as announced last night at
Salt Lake are as fololws:
Major W. W. Gordon commanding;
Sergeant Instructor William Franch-1
LAST CUM TO SEE
This is tho last tiay that the S'tand-ard-Examiner
movie, "A Romance of
Ogden," will be shown at the Alham
bra theatre. Hundreds of people have
seen this all-local photoplay and com
mented on tho 'excellence of- the entire
production. Seldom, if ever, have the
people of Ogden exhibited such keen
interest as they have in this local mov
ing picture acted entirely by people!
of o,ur city. As previously stated, the,'
cast includes Mr. John C. Brown, Miss;
Inez Ingelbretsen, Mr. C. H. Carman, j
Mr. C. H. Foster, James Hearne, Mag
dalen Gill, Wm. Gilloy, Elmer Turn
blom, Littlo Frances Foster, Frank
Welt, Pauline Slprello, Little Jackson
Cunningham, Theodore Jakeman vand
hundreds of others.
If you want a big old-time laugh,
don't fail to see the famous love
scene, "The Death of the Villains,"
and the other unique spots in this, our
very own movie.
Scout Troop 23 Has
Boy Scout troop No- 23. has recently!
installed a complete amateur radio
wireless station In tho basement of
the home of Scoutmaster George A.
Bcrgstrom, 61G Thirteenth street. It
has a pending radious of 100 miles and
2,000 miles on receiving. Members of
the troop are learning radio operation.
Troop No. 23 Is composed of 65 boys
of the Ninth ward and according to
Scout Executive George A. Goates It
is the best equipped troop in the city
nnd is making more headway than
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and
mall It to Foley & Co., 2S35 Sheffield
Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name
nnd address clearly. You will receivo
in return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar, for coughs,
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills
for pain in sides and back; rheuma
tlsm, backache, kidney and bladder
ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, for constipation, biliousness,
headache, and sluggish bowels. Sold
ers. Major J. S. Earley, Captain John
B. Cummock. Captain Elmer W. Brain
ard, Sergeants, first class, George
Lund, i'. P. Conde; Sergeants Samuel
E. Hill, A. B. Richardson, 0. 0. Wln
ther, W. J. Slddoway; cooks, H. L.
Allen, O. W. Hardy, E. B. Cummock.
A troop Drown E. Blasdel, captain
commanding: William Yoates, first
lieutenant; Verne W. Earle, second
lieutenant; Sterling B, Talmadge. first
sorgeant; Robert W. Richardson, sup
ply sergeant; Lawrence C. Monson,
mess sergeant; William C. Carter, sta
ble sergeant; Fred L. Barrow, Freder
ick C. Van Buren, Henry J. Keppner,
William W. Hunter, Albert N. Miller,
sergeants; Peter M. JohnBon David
C. Chapman, Kenneth A. Pendleton,
Melvln J. Knapp, Edwin A. Hednian,
Charles W, Baldwin, Guy T. Martin,
Clyde G. Edmonds, corporals; Wilfred
Peterson, Hydum J. Chrlstensen,
cooks; Albert R. Larson, Conrad B.
Hansen, horseshoersj Victor S. Mor
gan saddler; Harold C. Mallander,
Harvey II. Glade, buglers; Rollln C.
Scoville, Charles E, Price, privates
first class; Clifton C. Gulver, John R.
Hanson, George M. James, Henry
Neering, Martin E. Steglich, Hyrum O.
Eitner, Ira F: Sine, Edward Lewis,
C troop Lieutenant D. Wt Thomas,
commanding; Lieutenant W. Brede
meyer, Acting Supply Sorgeant Gerald
E. Bowman, Mess Sergeant Tracy C
Curley, Stablo ergeant William A.
Carlow; sergeants, Robert W. Sheron,
Parley W. Salmon, CharleB L. Cundlok.
Harry G. Sholledy; corporals, Robert
Y. Dauquin, Virgil P. Sorenson, Harry
E. Eaton, Earl II. Olsen. Fred A. Bain;
cooks. Clarence N. White, OFrank G.
Ludwig; horseshoers, Ira J. Perry,
Clarenco E. Davles; saddler, Stewart
B. Fife; buglers, Clifford S. Hudson,
Vornon E. Allen; first class privates,
Frank C, Bibbona, George Fehr; pri
vates, Garfield A. Gleason, Winfield
Shields, Richard D. Iverson.
Tho officers in chargo of B troop are
Captain Walter E. Llndquist, First
Lleutenunt Mark W. Oram and Second
Lieutenant Ray H. Pearson.
Twenty-threo enlisted men of J li
troop will also attend the encamp
ment. The officers of D troop are Captain
Joseph C. Lillywood. First Lieutenant
Ruel M. Eskelson and Second Lieuten
ant R. A. Wadsworth.
Twenty-eight enlisted men of J
.roop wil make the trip.
Catholic Scours to
Boy Scouts of troop 5, St. Joseph's
church, will hold memorial service on
the lawn of the Sacred Heart Academy
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The
a. Roll Call.
b. Allegiance tg th'c'.Flag.
c. Scout Oath." '
d. Scout Laws.
Song. "America" Scout Troop
I Address to the Scouts by Scout James
McCarty. Subject, Significance or
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
Scout John O'Neill
Recitation, "In Flaiiuers Fields"
-.Scout Ray Dean
Recitation, "America's Answer"....
Scout Killian Smith
Scout Executive Geo. A. Goates
Song, "Columbia" Scout Troop
..Rev. Monsignor P. M. Cushnahan
Taps Scout Bugler, John Liaucirica
Tonight and Sunday
"Unsettled and cooler tonight and'
Sunday." This was tho prediction,
contained In the report of the United ,
Stales weather bureau which reached'
Ogdcn this morning. '
Yesterday was tho warmest day of)
tho present year, the mercury reach-1
ing 81 degrees and eclipsing the rec-j
ord of Friday, which was 7S degrees, i
Tho minimum yesterday was 46 de-
grees. This morning the mercury
reached 51 degrees at the lowest point.
Deaths and Funerals
LIN DQU 1ST Adolla lone Llndquist
died at Logan last night of heart
trouble, She was born in Ogden May
5, 1907, the daughter of Edward E. and
Adolla Dinsdale Lindquist; and had
been a resident of Ogden until a year
ago when the family went to Logan.
The body will be brought to Ogden
tomorrow and will bo taken In charge
by Llndquist undertakers, who will an
nounce funeral arrangements.
Lagoon opens Saturday,
May 29. Afternoon train ser
vice on the Bamberger Elec
tric line, every 'hour on the
BIG PICTURE COMING BACK
"IN OLD KENTUCKY" WITH ANITA STEWART
JThe Great Lp Sne
"IN OLD KENTUCKY"
So great vas the demand Manager Goes is bringing back to the1 Orpheum ilH
the season's sensation, Anita Stewart "In Old Kentucky," Sunday and Mon
day, 'with, a special Decoration day matinee.
Large Reservoir Bmlt
on North Ogden Farm
A reservoir built by the Ben Lo
mond Orchard company has just been
completed at a cost of $3000. It was
constructed under the supervision of
farm manager. John T. Hall. Dullt
of concreto with asphalt' finish the
reservoir has capacity of ane and
one-half million gallons.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
Magnus Delicious Root Beer. "It's
fine in tho Stein" at Grelner's. 2065
The center of Ogden Is the Arlington
Hotel. Use our public reception room
when shopping. Rates reasonable. 1905
On Visit Mrs. John A. Taylor and
three small children arc visiting with
Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. Hugh Mc
Lean at Layton. ,
Two nicely furnished rooms with
bath, for two genltemen, 245G Madison.
Ogden Typewriter House for type
writers and repairs, .1422 Hudson Ave
Prompt service, cleaning, pressing.
Phono 513. 150D
Boosterette The Ogden Elks Boost-'
orette is off the press today, it is a
state association number and contains
articles on the state convention to be
held at Salt Lake.
. Ice. Pure distilled exclusively. M.
L. Jones Coal Ab Ico Co. 1261
In Salt Lake William G. King was
a Salt Lake visitor .yesterday.
The Tripp Studio. -132 Binford Ave.
Road Noar jDone Laying of con
crete on tlie Burch . Creek section of
the state higlnvay is about half com
pleted. Decoration Day flowers. Large as
sortment. Dumko Floral, 370 24th.
Repair Roadway Crows' are engag
ed on the state road between Sunset
and Klverdale repairing breaks in tho
Bail Forfeited Morris Kreines faU
cd to appear before the city court this
morning on a charge of operating his
motorcycle without 'ti license. His bail
amounting to $5, was declared for
feited. This was the only case that appear-
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naiinee .25c, 50c. Including Tax
Evening.. 25c-$1.00, Plus Ta
Margaret Lawrence, the brilliant
star, in. "Wedding Bells," at the Or
pheum Wednesday night. , IH
cd before tho city court today.
Judge D. R Roberts announced that
no court session would be held Mon- IH
day, Inasmuch as Memorial day was
being observed at this time.
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1 for Sale and Rent. 1
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