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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1920. . 5 II
m scauT iek is
SUCCESS IN GiTY
1 "Reverence Day" to Be Ob
served Today and Will Close
HHB i.uy Scout week lias been generally
HHf observed in Hits city during the past
H week with gratifying results, oceord-
H lnr. to reports from the scout execu-
H tnr, George A. Goates.
Commencing the week Inst Sunday
HHH P'h 1,10 various troops giving pro-
,V''ims demonstrating scout Jsrork at
H the vferloufe churches, in this city, the
HHI tlvitles continued with varied pro-
grama for each day of the week
HHH Home Ityy," meetings and
k hikes with fathers and scouts have
H(l been thoroughly enjoyed, not only by
tiie scouts, but by Lhs fathers who
b accompanied the
HHH The program concludes today which
HH Js knqWn us "Reverence Day " It is
HHH expect) d that ail Boy scouts in this
HHH will attend church services r.c-
HH compunlcd by their fathers.
HHH Members of the Ogden Kotariy club
HHH have also been active in the scout pro-
HH gram and have taken upon themselves
Ihe work of collecting $9000 for the
HHH Part of t'n'.s money will be used in
H establishing a permanent summer
H unp for the scouts In South Fork
SPOUSE BROKE HER
NOSE, WOMAN SAYS;
ASKS FOR DIVORCE
H Alleging that her husband
H broke her noso once and threat-
W i ncd to do it again If ."he did not
BK-fl leave his house. Lena Van Kemcn
H) Lfct "f 1 'gden filed suit for divorce
KfH esicrdav morinng in the district j
grW court against William Van Ke-
M Mrs. Van Kemon charges in her
'jWQ complaint that on June 14, lClb.
lior husband beat her. bruised her
' . and hit her on th- no bn iking
( jg i ial member and offering to do
' Y'.m It again if she did not leave at
mice. She allocs that her bus- !
;4a band has an uncontrollable tem
per and exhibits a cross and nag-
: ging disposition,
'v'jg Mr. KemenVsks dissolution of I
; ; Ml the matrimonial bonds, tonipor-
JJ ary alimony and courl costs, The ;
iB( couple were married in Farmlng-
jj ton, July 31, 1916.
H Plummer Is Pleased
W Wifah Scout Work Here'
Appreciation of the publicity given
vjdfl the Boy Scout conference recently held
wl , in this city and the general activities
Ly of the scout work. Is expressed by j
fW Camp Commissioner Chas G. Plummer;
'8 m in B letter received by Scout Exec-;
ur- ' "I--- i. ' . 1 1 es. Com mission -
tBL ei Plummer also states thai he Is i
1 i pleased with the scout work In this
A suggestion ha; been made th.-.t'
a motion picture f the OgoTen Cfoy
2H Scouts trip through Yellowstone paric
H be taken. The trip Is said to be of
fl national importance and that a film
H should be made. This suggestion;
flj comes front M, Alright, superintendent'
of the department of the Interior of
JH National Parks service at Yellowstone, i
II Dr. Palmer Ends Serbs
H " of Salt Lake Meetings
Dr. Pay Palmer has just closed a
two weeks' meeting at the Bethel
1 Baptist church. Salt Lake, at which!
Rev. n. LyOn Baynjes is pastor.
1 Tbr. meetings were very successful.
Spkn.ii. l congregations all the time,
ZJi .mi) greal ... r - manifest td l h
l 'aimer aaid. P I r a pd .M rj i Smbn e
J f.-om Kansas Cityj . led the song
. Quite a number of people publicly'
. , confessed Jesus Chui,i and several
united with the Baptist church. Dr.
7 Palmer will preach a: Firs! Baptist!!
jJ church, Ogden, on: "Does Baptism
1 3 Bright Prospects for I
l::f Peoples Sugar Co.!
Oio George E Browning of the Peoples
' ) Sugar compa tj h a received a report
I ""' from G S. Stringham, secretary of the
m compan: i - ng his trip of Lnspec-
W ojle tion to th beel Fields in Eanpett coun-
T jllh '' Thc report 8 to the effect that
i f 'I tinii. are prospects of a crj heavj
H crop this ear and that the tonnage
will be double that of last year.
I School Oilice Staff
1 Likes New Quarters
Superintendent Karl Hopkins th
UH clerks and members of the board of
I education are expected to Increase
H" ' thcii efficiency as the result of tak-
rH ing omt the Wm. Douglas reit e
V negr the Central Junior high School,
! H as an office building. The new offices
; Afl has a very cozy homelike appearance
H and members f the staff are thor-
f'H oughly enjoying their new quarters, j
I Instead of looking over brick and
H stone as was the rase from the office
!!H in the Col. Hudson building, the staff '
H will now havo a view of lawn, f lower j
bed3 and trees that will prove to be
inspiring. Superintendent Hopkins
H Democratic County
Primaries June 8
I, The official rail for the Democratic!
H county primaries for naming delegates
lH to the county convention will he held
H In thc city and county at H p. m. Tues
day, June S The city primary will be
H held at the court house and those In
IH the county at the usual places for such
meeting Delegates to ps elected will
H be three from each voting precinct lu
li the ctty and county. The county con-
ventlon will be held at the court house
Hf 2 p. in. Saturday, June 1L'. at which
time tS delegates will he named to the
fH state convention which will elo-t the
JH delegates to the national convention,
H at Bit ii I i ncisco; J une Co.
I Second Week of OurGreat Sale I I
I Offers Greater Reductions at Tremendous Savings I
To make this sale unrivaled and matchless in comparison for bargains we offer further reductions that will draw
a wide comment for value given at savings unparalleled in previous selling Far out of town buyers are sending mail
orders, which are promptly filled. Many of them are contemplating to attend the second week of our great sale
to participate in the phenomenal bargain offerings. Come and join the vast throng of busy shoppers that knov. I
jfl quality and bargains at Last & Thomas' Store. H
1 - WHITE GOODS SALE SILK CREPE DE CHINE L,SL H0SiERy SAL CAMBRIC MUSLIN ' l
PS 3 n - -no 9& si ' f sTk ' I' 'e t n i Keduced from $.ZD to 0 . . r , M
m 1 Extraordinary oiicrina of -59 I ?f I t,nd $i.9s vd ne, w .u spec,ai' 33c ard
I th- most careful buyer' Fii 4n I j women and misses. Regular 36-inch, 50c grade bleached J
I Beautiful Silk Dresses Irtrrsa xES JUS- '"'" rJS-S: I I
pink, mercerized batiste' in stand war and washi r'r or aY2 OT $ anc splendid for women
AT HALF PRICE shadow checks- n children's underwear.
i j j i i i r j i like silk; comes in black. Unusual barcnain.
K! ffl . . nainsook, white and pink, in sirable for dresses, blousei , ... t : . , fa
I Conception Ot the loremost Styles 111 I ,ain and , d K and fine underwear. A mar- wh.te, brown and gray and
I georgeetks, Satins, taffetas. crepe tie I 5" "Jr rink vou. bargain price. a full range ol sizes This is BABY DOWN PILLOWS
g meters, e.vpede chines and handsome I "mte whiaZ FANCY GEORGETTES t'FT""
SH, iii i-i i it H ancl vllite; white madras, r AINU I ufcAJKvjlil 1 1.3 bargain or the season. c i i j ES
headed and embroidered georgettes, fancy ni effects This is Specially Reduced to fa!ee" Teu ' -,F ,nk an,d
I and tricotines Many of them are ol . y , ,, m Y , MEN'S SILK HOSE fight blue baby pillows, soft
i r kind WOHh regularlv W to SI 00. I us'lT XrnTnt oTrc P ,f f f tt u 1, $1.29 Pair and fluffy; excellent for I
I 1 Silk dresses thal hold one marvelous 'ad tToTyJTZ K.t.t AUm S 1
Wi a nricc reduction ot udt price. Your fl nals. in tL- -ml, eaie The ui 1 1 u l j
mi B 1 . , i , B i .. in inis 5reat S11K saie- 1 nt- black, palm beach and cray. DRPCCFD HOT I
ffl I earliest attendance IS adviSCd U) SCClirC fl At one remarkable sale choicest color combinations . n ,
one of these fashionable silk dresses in g Pr.ce of are represented in this as- MENS pIBRE S1LK boc Unly
M I Olir "Teat Sale 58c Yard sortment and they are the i c i j-j Lare size Pay olls- 1-
I V White and pink lingerie reg- acme of value giving. Buy Regular 5c seller bplendid inches m heighl regular
MMMMff Mr ularly selling from 75c to a blouse or dress of these assortment of colors and $1.50 seller. Practically un-
Here Is an Irresistible Great 20 Per Cent Discount 90c yard. Get your supply tempting fancy georgettes sizes: real value. breakable, in a variety of
Reduction of on all of these fine wash goods, at this remarkable sale price. CHILDREN'S MUSLIN antv clred dresses. Take K I
HIGH GRADE SILKS THER RAVELNG B AA Tk I 60c valueLirrTifed assort- Snowwhite
I at p i,, far below the pros- BAGS AND SUITCASES Q Q g J J g jj J Q g J ment of sizes. 2 to 6 years LONGCLOTH 1
1 ent wholesale quotations. A complete assortment of I fl S ecial 35c Each Grace f j
Notice thc tremendous re- veneer trunks and ward- "ETfcflOtfJ Ti fl B1 AoH Peci t c ac 28c Yard
duced prices. Silks slashed robes, genuine cowhide 3 jjQ.Caa. i k JL lfUl Neatly trimmed with col- Qr q ar 0i at $2 75 !
to practically half price, bags and suitcases all in- I w ored wash braid. A decided r a j !
lii-i A S l fl i L-losely women, hne grade
1 3000 Yaids of cuoed m thi, great price re- I JEJ. I bargain. longcloth, soft finish and j
aids ductlon "fi WHITE VOILE WAISTS easy to wash. For children s I
OULITY SILKS FANCY COLORED I ,.rw, i c en l I i i .1 All New Styles; Full Range dresses and better grade of
W VOILES I ?6-9P aIKl 6.50 Values, beaded and I of Slzes , underwear. Less than mus-
40-inch wide satin de luxe, l aq v A ? embroidered stvles. New stvle Creations 1 Special, $1.45 lin prices
Willow tatfetas, crepe de Special, ,9c Yard in while, j)ink antl tlesh. 'Fhesc bknises . '
meteors, charmant and Colored dress voiles, values I ,,,,,, mflHpnf -ill cxccllcn I (lllllitv double I , , , PERCALE SPECIAL
many other silks at one sen- up to 90c yard. ,n this re- I fx nea,tly trimmf,d wiJLh laCe Priced at 30c Yard
saticnal selling price of markable sale. A1iundince I JVVlSted georgette, ail l bcautltulK I and Ipeque collars. Regular Dark and light grounds, reg-
Qf coIoringS and patterns M trimmed With beads and embroidered fl $2.00 values. Specially re- ular 45c yard; comes in
2.50 8ummer dresses and I IVollts. They are the new est styles in duced during the great sale, small and medium stripes
Silk-- worth $3.50 to $5.00 party wear. Comes in small bloilSe effects The great .JllUe Sale 4. COTTON BATTS and fiSures- Splendid qual- j
j yard, in a beautiful range and large designs; dainty g offers them at this remarkable price 1 $1.55 Only lty and a real DarSam-
of colorings for street and coloring?. Exceptional bar- g ()f $4.39 For extra long size quilts; APRON GINGHAMS j
evening wear. These silks gain. mjjjjjKBsu .li.ij ajmi mtrmnMWSttlmm comes m one solid sheet; 22c rd
are lustrous and supple fin- Sale of New .. D D eII . A snowwhite fluffy cotton bat- Medium and small check
msh and the finest for wear GINGHAM WASH A RARTATO HOST tmg' shuld sdl at $2'23 aprD girhams regular
and satisfaction. DRFSSFS BARGAIN MUbL Qur price during the great 35c grade; excellent in
3000 yards of high grade Qur $2 QQ sa)e at on,y $1 gg washing and wear.
LEATHER PURSES . Values up to $6.50 soft lustrous satin messa- 1 mi -
Special $4 45 lines, chiffon taffetas and Reduced to m mtmm HK-mHw-BiM
m novelty and plain leath- . changeables. Regular $3.00 $1.38 Pair N r-j wW1 m u
I r- -!ucs - r $70 - LXrrr,n:i,x :;: .m, rir I This Weeks Specials 1 I
Z-J0 stripes and plain colors with forced with lisle top, heels I
Top and back strap, beau- contrasting collars in .white f d Jdc a and toes, in such practical 1 jjjj . f W PumDS and I I
I tiful inner lined with silk pophn and o.gand.e. Damty f , fa colors as black. wh.te P" UI -UIUBIU. r UHipb cHU
and fitted with mirrors, ex- styles and they are cap- bloues are3Ses and fino brown, at this remarkable g Qxtords, U11S SeaSOn S Styles, Ul
cepttcnaP bargain offering. jKjjn. q'k trimmmg. This iscons.d- f f ' a P I b,ack, brOWH and white katherS, I
patent leather cleanup of Soiled of the Trfgh grade hose with military, Cuban, baby and full
shopping bags wash dresses suPPie finish satin messa- I Louis heels. Special $9,95
d i m ftA i 1 lines and chirton tarretas at Ii
I Z ValUeSUpt0$IOO uip Assortment of $125 and I GrQwi tent ad 1
Special, $6.95 por Quiri Cleanup at PHENOMENAL SALE $1.00 values at this com- B .11.111 e I
, $2 00 Onlv OP HOSIERY parative low price. Won- I pumps With 1-inch heels. Spe- I
The latest novelty in shop- por WQmcn misses and derfu, assortment Gf color- I i ynr I
ping bags with brass catches There are dresses in voiles. men Quaity sik and cotton ings and sizes. Not odds and I Cial M'D I
and lock; beautiful finish organdies and ginghams left hosiery at tremendously re- end nor old stock, but a 13m ;. 0,roc ft-rlc wif U I
and a perfection for eVery over from last year. Some duced prices. Here are prices perfect choice line that will Whlte CailVaS Walking OXtordS With g
shopping. Get one of them are splendid for outing trip. that compel the most opti- no doubt draw the approval I white SoleS and heels. Special . $4.95 g
I whl e ast at thls re- and sirable with a little mistic shopper to take no Gf the most conservative I
markable sale price. adjusting for present wear. tlcc. shopper. ? 11 1 hmi fTswrsnsssnsrsWri 'rimrfwir
i 111 Last & Thomas- I
Corn Kowcrs appeared before
Judge A. E. Pratt In the district
court yesterday iiiornlni? and
asked annulrnent of her marriage
with Fred H Madden. She stated
f that her husband Is now serving
fi torni In thr- federal prison at
Fort Leavenworth for desertion
from the army and committed
bigamy by wedding another girl
The case was taken under ad
visement by the court awaiting
proof of tin' alleged marriage of
the husband In Texas.
Entertain 50 Guests
at Evening Lawn Party
Miss Leah Seager entertained fifty
guests at a lawn party given last eve.
ning at the home of her aunt, Mri, W.
J Barnes, 2 ti r, 1 Monroe avenue, In!
honor vt Miss Gwendolyn Calno of j
Salt Lake who Is the week end guest
pi Miss. Beager A large party!
motored up from Salt Iike for the
event. Those present wore:
Mr and Mrs. Catne, Mr. and Air?.
Beager, Mr and Mn. W J. Barnes,
tiin Calno Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ilad
lock, Mlssr.s Rub) Fronk, A'ilalo Ja
oobs, Ora Jacobs Josephine Voiker,
" J r:i - Burton, Marlane comer, Mar
graret Bohwab, Leona Austed. Ruth
Woodmanaee, Dorothv and Bvelyn
Packer, Helen Paine, Bertha tfonson,
Laura Malan. Jetta Ioq" TnlceJ
Petty, Messrs. Henry Bepplchi Wilbur
Jonen, Hud Stratford. William Hoggan,
X'ern itlchardson, Orvlll Carstensen.
Alva uitton. Paul White, Bugene
Barnes; Joe Tite, Kay Ballantyne.
Salt Lake guests were- Ruth liern-
trom, Reah Cruft. Ruth 1 l-uciie
Croft, ,ia k Arlow, Tlni Marcon, i5'
W hi!-, Earl Porter, Lew Huin'i'ton
The evening was spent in dnm.ln and
gahiea and refreshments were served
Fast Day Services
in All Wards Today
Fajst Day exercises will In- held 1 n I
all the wards In ibis city this after-1
noon when members are Invited to bo!
present. Tho evening services will pel
held under thc auspices of the ward
Mutual.! when special programs will i
be given. 1
War Department Seeks
Bids on Construction
Merchants and construction com
panies are advised to submit bids to
the war department for supplies and
every class of tonstructlon work, ac
cording to a letter received by the
Ogden Chamber Of Commerce from
William U. McKell, manager Of the
American Surety company of New
Attention is called to the army ap
proprlatlon bill which carries a total
-if 3418,000,000.00. a large portion of
which will be spent for supplies nnd
construction work. It Is also stated
that the government is a generous
buyer and always expects the manu
facturer to make a fair profit. Its bills
are paid promptly and the bet advert
tlsement a manufacturer can ha- (
that ho Is a government contractor.
of North Weber Stake
The quarterly conference of tho
North Weber stake will be hold In the
j Ogden tabernacle June 2 7. The date,
'has been changed from June 13 on ac
count of lin. mnual conference of the
Mutuals that will be held in Salt bake
on that date
Second Annual Ball, Lonn
Farr Park Friday, June 11.
Given by Mechanics, Super
visors. Continuous dancing.
Admission 60c per couple, or
1 30c each. I
14th Ward to Meet fl
in New Chapel Today H
Members of the Fourteenth ward "
will meet in the new ward chapel for
all meetings today with the exception
of the Sunday school. The ward bish
oprlc announces that the Sunday
school will not be organized for an
other three weeks. H
The priest nood will moot at 9
o'clock this morning. Fast services,
will be held at 1 O'ClOck in the after
noon and in the evening at 7 o'clock
the Mutual Improvement associations
of the ward will render a program.
All members of the ward are invite i jl
to attend the erxkea m the nt,NV
chapel on Adam. avenue between i L,
Thirty-seventh and Thlrtj -eighth