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BP 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920.
- - - we have your
in several styles of belt
buckles; sterling silver, sil
ver plate and novelty fin
ishes. the belts themselves arc
from Wilson Bros. of
leather, or full grain leather
if you prefer.
our belt case is just a step
inside the store. come in
coday and choose for your-
while the sale is on :
' $1.00 belts 80c i
$1.50 belts... $1.20 j
California Sailor in Ogden To
day, Present When Enemy
After several trans-Atlantic trips
three California youths, chums
throughout school days and during the
world war, completed their "hitch"
in Uncle Sam's navy and today spent
a, few hours in Ogden before, depart
ing for their homes at St. Jose, Cal.
The three youths, Harold Lightly, Wil
liam Mitze and Freddie Wallace, were
for a. time stationed on the l S. S.
Pennsylvania during the war period,
but with twenty others were transfer
red to the TJ. S. S. Arkansas during
the latter part of 191S. One of the
youths, Freddlo "Wallace, was perhaps
the fir3t American to locate the Ger
man fleet durinr the surrender of tHe
German ships in 1918. Wallace was
on duty in the crow's nest and stated
today that the guns of the big Yank
ship were ready for action.
" 'Twas surely a wonderful scene
and believe me, despite the fact that
it was cold and that it was raining,
it was one night that 1 was eager for
duty," said Wallace, "and, listen to
me, it was one ot the most thrilling
incidents of the war from a 'gob's'
standpoint at least. I wouldn't have
missed the experience for anything."
The three youths expect to enter the
University of California and complete
their schooling this spason.
I Woodland Family
Holds Reunion Mere
Coming from Canada, Idaho, Cali
fornia and other states, over two hun
dred descendants of , the family of John
and Cecilia Woodland, held a family
reunion In Lorin Farr park yesterday
afternoon. After the giving of an in
teresting program, the remainder of
the afternoon was spent pleasantly.
Suggestions that a family reunion be
held each year resulted In the forming
of a permanent organization " of the
family. The following officers were
elected: H. S. Woodland, president;
D. P. Woodland, vice-president; Jane
W. Woodland, assistant vice-president;
D. B. Woodland, secretary; Charles
Wakloy, assistant secretary: Kathryn'
'C. Howell, treasurer, and ilary Fox,
assistant treasurer. "Efforts will be
made by the organization to hold one
annual meeting every year, either in
Ogden or some nearby city.
I Ogden Club Wants to
Meet Colored Players
The Ogden club of the Wasatch
league is dickering with the fast Chi-j
cago Giants, colored club, for a series
of games to be played here on the
return of the Chicago club from a tour
of the northwest. Manager Frank
Scott said today that the locals were
eager for a two out of three game
series with the stars from the East
and that efforts to schedule games
with the colored aggregation would be
Sunday. April 26, the locals arc
scheduled to vie with the Portland
All-Stars In what gives promise to be
ing a flashy contest. The Portlanders
will present one of the fastest aggre
gations In the Northwest and compe
tition should "be keen.
With the addition of "Bob" Cole, the
locals now have a first rate aggrega
tion in harness. Cole is a first sacker
and is playing first rate ball.
H The Leo Company has purchased
1 the grocery store of Kim Leo Yong
j at 2462 Lincoln avenue. Parties hav-
j ing accounts against this store wl!l
Ml please present them at 12 o'clock
H noon, Juno 15, for settlement.
M LEO COMPANY.
Hj Advertisement. 2264
Hon. Harry Nice, Imperial
Prince to Visit Local Lodge
Hon. Harry Nice of Baltimore, Md.,
I imperial price of the D. O. K. K. or
ganization, will make an official visit
to the Dokkys of the grand domnin
of Utnh next Saturday, Juno 19, it was
announced today. During the day the
visitor will bo entertained by members
of the Knights of Pythias order in
Salt Lake, the program including a
visit to Saltalr and the great mining
camp of Bingham.
In the evening, Mr. Nice will come
to Ogden where arrangements are be
ing made to give a ceremonial and
banquet at the Castle hall on Grant
avenue. Before starting with their
work at ihe hall, a parade will be held
in which the Salt Lake delegation
with the D. O. 1 K. drum corps an'l
the Ogden drill team will take part.
Mr. Nice is a prominent citizen of
Maryland, having been prosecuting at
torney for a number of years and also
candidate for governor, when ho ran
far ahead of his ticket. Among the
Salt Lake delegation will be the Hon.
J. E. Frick, chief justice of the state
supreme court, and justice A. J. Weber
of the same court. Justice Weber was
formerly a resident of Ogden and is
well known here, having been at ony
time county attorney for Weber.
Ta k about riding the goat is no
joke as they are bringing a real live
gort from Salt Lake, a local officer
i.u. The animal is said to rave been
''.iptured by J. M. Mcamant in the!
Idaho mountains about a year ago
..'hile on a hunting trip.
1 Essay Night Held
at Sacred Heart;
Seven graduates of Sacred Heart
academy read their essay3 last ev
nlng, when the members held their
class night in the school auditorium.
Those who appeared on the program
were Miss Kathryn Shufflebarger,
Margaret Wright, Margaret McCar
thy, Lorctto. McCormick, Geraldino
O'Neill. Agnes Tlunnes and Margery
Mullen. The program also Included
several musical numbers given by the
Students of tho expression depart
ment will be presented by the teacher,
Mrs. Emma Braun Sullivan ihis even
ing In a recital in the school auditor
ium. The following progrun will be
Richard Hardin:; Dal3
Trees Jojco Kilmer
The House With Nobody in it. .
The Groove George Middlcton
In the Mornln'
Paul Lawrencqylyunbar ,
The Brink of Silence
Esther E. Galbrulth
Our Guides in Genoa and Rome. .
. Mark Twuin
Leona Kearl i
The Cyclopcedy Eugene Field'
Madge Bedkc. I
L A. Marians in '
Ogden; Going East
One hundred and twenty-five Ro
tarians from Los Angeles, spent a few
hours in Ogden last night prior to de
parting for the East, where they will
attend the national convention at At
lantic City during the latter part of the
W. Randall Carter was in charge of
the visitors and stated that the Ro
tarlans would have the greatest con
vention in their history this season. Ho
stated that San Francisco and Los An
gles were both ready to throw their
hats In the ring for the 1921 conven
tion. The convention last year at Salt
Lake was pronounced the greatest ever
held, but according to Carter tho com
ing convention promises to be a rec
Fishermen Need to
Change Bait; Showers
Fishermen change your bait! Light
showers may be expected tonight or
1 tomorrow, according to the prediction
ot the United States weather bureuu
which reached Salt Lake this morn
ing. Cloudiness will come kite this
afternoon and will Increase during the
night, according to the report. To
morrow will be cooler, the prediction
Yesterday's maximum temperature
was 79 degrees with a minimum of 47
degrees. This morning the mercury
reached 4 9 degrees at the lowest point.
to Settle in Oregon
Twenty-four natives of Italy, new
comers to America, were Ogden visi
tors for a short time today on their
way to the Northwest. According to
Tony Meha, an Italian Interpreter, the
entire party arrived In America on
their way to an Italian settlement In
Oregon a few weeks ago.
The Italians created considerable
excitmcnt at the depot. The bright col
ors worn by the women members and
tho unusual styles of the male members
of the party Instantly caught the oye.
Will Visit in Erin
Intending to visit boyhood scenes in
Ireland, Mgr. P. M. Cushnahan, V. G.
of St. Joneph's church, will leave next
Friday for Now York, it was announc
ed today. Monsignor Cushnahan will
sail from New York with a party of
friends on July 1. A general tour of
Ireland will be made.
Because of difficulties in securing
accommodations on tho return voy
age, the date of return Is indefinite,
but will be sorao tlmo in h
Police Commissioner Hobnobs
With Noted Criminal Offi
cers at Detroit
Much Information which will be of
great value In the direction of a police
department has been gained by J. Ray
Ward, commissioner of public safety,
while attending the international con
vention of police chiefs held in De
troit, Mich., last week, according to a
letter received from Mr. Ward this
morning by Mayor Frank Francis.
Mr. Ward stated he will probably
arrive home next Saturday. The let
ter, in full, follows:
"I left the convention of the inter
national chiefs of police at Detroit
Inst evening, feeling that 1 had ac
quired a world of knowledge along the
lino of police work. The trip has In
deed been worth while and I feel that
our police department will be benefit
ed by my having had this experience.
"I have had the oleasure of meeting
and conferring with such men as Com
missioner of Police Inches of Detroit,
W. H. Plnkerton of the famous detec
tive agency, John Daly, who Is chief
of the New York police department,
and- August Vollmer, chief of police of
Berkeley, Calif., and who also is a pro
fessor In criminology in the University
of California. 1 ha"e had the pleasure
of long talks along police lines with
each of the above named men and
have also inquired Into conditions and
methods of police work in over twen
ty cities about the size of our own
"I am coming back, firmly convert
ed to the idea that the biggest police
work Is not only to catch and prose
cute criminals but to prevent crime in j
"I hope to arrive in Ogden about
'next Saturday. Am slopping with my
mother In Kansas for a few days.
"J R. WARD."
Ogden Members of R. 0. T. C.
to Train at Camp Kearny
Twenty-nine high school cadets of
the Ogden R. O. T. C., will depart this
evening for Camp Kearny, where they
will undergo several weeks training In
the government school. At Salt Lake
this evening the Ogdenitea will meet
tho representatives of the Salt Lake
high school. Both organizations will
train at the noted California camp.
Lieut. Ronald Everly will bo in di
rect charge of the Ogdenites. The
train will depart from the local station
at 9:30 o'clock thla ovenlng. Four
cars will bo required to take caro of
tho Salt Lake and Ogden 'cadets.
Equipment-for both organizations
has already left. Lieut. Everly will
attend the track meet at Pasadena,
June 26, and says ho will root for the
Ogden representatives, Haymond, Lar
son and Richards.
MAGINNIS IS SURE
. WILL BE SETTLED
BUENOS AIRES, Juno 14. La
A Naclon's correspondent at Santi
ago, Chile, today quolcs S. Abbott
Maglnnls, United States minister
to Bolivia, ns saying In a speech at
Sucre, the official capital of Bo
livia: "All the world understands tho
necessity and justice of Bolivia's
aspirations for a seaport. All the
world, knows that this question
will be solved in a very short timo
in a manner not only just but ac
ceptable to all the nations of tho
OF TUMMY ACHE
A, L. Anderson and L. Peterson
recited a pathetic tale of how they
happened to become Intoxicated
yesterday, but their sad story had
no marked effect on Judge D. R.
Roberts who flnel them $50 or 50
Both men admitted that for the
past two or three" weeks they
had been suffering from acute
stomach trouble. To alleviate this
distressing pain, they purchased
a bottle of medicine. Like LO,
the Poor Indian, they drank: a lot.
thinking they would bo cured im
mediately. And then an officer
But Judge Roberts did not heed
their sad yarn and for the greater
part of today they were guests of
Mutuals to Give
Series of Dances
The first of a series of dances to
bo .given every two weeks during the
summer months by the Mutuals of tho
Ogden, North Weber and Weber
stakes, will be held at the Lorln Farr
park Wednesday evening, June ICth.
The officers of the organizations
will have complete charge of the danc
ing. An invitation Is extended to all
members of the Mutuals In this city
and others interested In the work of
the organizations to attend and help
make the events a success.
Ogden Chapter No. 2
Royal Arch Masons
Special meeting Tuesday, June 15,
S p. m. for work in Jt. A. Degree. By
order, of the E. H. P.
F. E. NICHOLS, Secty.
Officers From Salt Lake to:
Aid Local Station Raise
A drive for recruits In which ail
parts of the Ogden district, Including
Malad, Logan and Brlgham, will oe
covered, will be launched this week
by members of the Ogden navy recruit
ing office, aided by men from the Salt
Lake office. , Increased pay and spe-i
cial offers to reservists for their re
turn to active duty will be featured.
On Wednesday and Thursday eve-1
nings, outdoor moving pictures depict
ing Interesting events in the life of ti
sailor will be shown on a screen erect
ed in Lester park near tho Chautau
qua tent About four reels will be
Bhown each evening, one subject being
tho historic flight of the NC--1 over
the Atlantic. The pictures will bo
shown by a party under direction of
Chief Yeoman Clyde Baker. The lat
ter made arrangements for use of the
park with city officials today.
Navy recruiting officers arc planning
to visit Malad on Wednesday, Logan
on Thursday and Brigham on Satur
day. During this trip they hope to
get in touch with every ex-navy man
and reservist in the district.
Dedication ceremonies for tho re
cently completed cottago for boys, to
gether with a patriotic program on
the lawn, featured the observance of
Flag Day at the state industrial school
Formally accepting the building for
the state, addresses were made by
Governor Simon Bamberger, G. N.
Child, slato superintendent of educa
tion, and J. W. Abbott, president of
the board. The financial statement
was also read and a solo wa3 given
by Miss Bessie Child.
In a league baseball gamo between
the school and the Hooper nine, the
industrial youths won out by a score
of 15 to S, making a clear record of
.three victories since play opened this
An audience of nearly 400 persons
was present for the late afternoon pro
gram. Following the welcoming ad
dress by Supt. E. S. Hinckley at talk
on "The Importance of Education for
Efficiency," was made by Mr. Child.
Outstanding on the program were the
boy scout demonstration and the setting-up
exercises of the boys, In both
of which a high degree of .training
was shown, and the dramatization of
"Our First Flag," by the girls of Tho
Gables. Superintendent Hinckley pre
sented diplomas to eight graduates of
the eighth grade.
Exhibits of the work done In the
manufacturing department, the girls'
department And ln the livestock sec
tion wbre. viewed Tivlth 'great ' Interest
by the state officers and public present.
T Deliver Address at
Walter MacPhcrson. field secretary
of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, will
arrive this afternoon' from Butte, Mon
tana. He will address the men of
the Church of the Good Shepherd In
the Guild Hall this evening at 7; 30
Unity Lodge No. 18
Free & Accepted Masons
Special meeting Wednesday, Juno
1C, 7:30 p. m.. M. M. Degree. So
Journlne: brethren welcome. By order
of the W. M.
W. N. WACKER, Secretary.
Boulevard Will Be Fixed as
Far as 'Sanitarium, Says
With the arrival of material In
Ogden Thursday, work of ropalring
tho rond which leads from Twenty
third street to the mouth of Ogden
canyon will immediately be begun, ac
cording to C. IT. Martin, supervisor or
city streets. All holes and rough spots
In the pavement will be filed, Mr. Mnr-.
tin said, and the repair work will
reach to tho Sanitarium at the mouth
of the canyon. j
Tho city's portablo asphalt repairing
machine has Just completed a tour of
all streets where pavement has been
In need of repair, and the repair crew ,
is now awaiting the arrival of tarvia
to begin operations on the canyon
Grading Is now being done on Sul
livan avenue, between Madison and
Monroe avenues. Mr. Martin said, and
tho street is being widenod so that
two vehicles may pass. Heretofore
i there has been a one-track road
I along the street which made the pas
sage of vehicles difficult.
Fines in City Court
Amount to Over $600
This morning was afecord breaker
in the city court so far as fines and
forfeitures wero concerned, according
to Judge D. R. Roberts. He stated
that oilier days had been heavier in
this respect, but not this year. A to
tal of $665 in fines and forfeitures
L. Jt Anderson and L. Peterson con
tributed $50 each. Irving Madsen do
nated a five spot, while Guy Nelson,
by not appearing, relinquished claims
on $10. John Green, who did not ap
pear on a drunk charge, enriched the
city treasury by $150. Pete Chin part
ed with $50 by not coming, while six
other Celestials showed no disposition
to be present and advance claims for
their bail money which amounted, all
told, to $300.
Deaths and Funerals
KOLLO Nancy Mae Chambers Hol
lo died last evening at a local hospi
tal after fivo weeks' illness from pneu
monia. She was the wife of Alexan
dra II. Rollo, daughter of William l
and the late Kathryn L. Chambers.
She was born in Eden, Utah, Januaxy
2C. 1SS9, and at the time of her death
was 31 years-old. She was tho grand
daughter of Lconadls Prltckett. She
is survived by her husband, her fath
or and the following brothers and sis
ters: Mrs. Joseph Fullen, of Ogden;
W. L. Chambers, of Eden; Alma Cham
bers,, of Eden; .Mrs. Howard Shupe,
of Ogden; Mrs. E. N. Reynolds," of
Eden; Farley Chambers, of Ogden;
Arthur Chambers, Erma Chambers
and Kathryn Chambers, all of Eden.
The body maybe viewed at the home
of the sister, Mrs. Joseph Fuller, 462
Chester street, Wednesday noon until
Thursday 'noon. Funeral services will
be held Thursday at 2 o'clock at tho
Eden meeting house with Bishop
George Fuller officiating. Internment
In tho Eden cemetery.
STEVENS. Marjorio Garnett Stev
ens, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Elmer Stevens, died at 5:30
o'clock last evening at the home, 2140
Plngree avenue, of meningitis. Tho
decedent was born in Red Oak, Iowa,
Jan. 2C. 1909. Surviving, are the par
ents, one brother and a sister. Fu
neral arrangements have not been
CLARK Wallace J. Clark, infant
son of Joseph and Lettie Clark, died
at the family resldenco In Clearfield,
Sunday, at 6 o'clock. He is survived
by his parents and three sisters, Lu
cile, Vera and Bernice Clark. Funeral
services will bo held Wednesday at
1 I j
iis the Fascinating Qxphzis
Utah Theatre I
COOL AND COMFORTABLE II
. . .
ffi 0 1:45 Till Bedtime
vr7 vr I The funniest man in pictures ll
Cfed wj HAROLD LLOYD j
YvSEiSj ) ? King of mirth in his latest I
double-barrelled comedy J
ra 'An Eastern Westerner' 1
Laugh All You Want It's Cool at "The Ogden"
Also LEW CODY in Latest HBf
j The Beloved Cheater " j JH!
j Ogden Theatre j
II I III I il II II 1 1 1 r III ill I I I Mill hi i-vu Jin mil i LI I i n i iim iiiij.iii mi .11 .. hIHIIH
12:30 at the Clearfield meeting house
Burial will be made in the Syracuse
cemetery. Flowers may be left at
Larkln &. Sons until Wednesday at 12
COX. Christina Ilium Cox died at
10 o'clock this morning at the home
of her son, K Ilium, 3143 Porter ave
nue. She had been 111 for ten days,
having suffered Xrom a paralytic
stroke. She was born hi Raners, Den
mark, Nov. S, lSf8, and for the past
thirty years has been a resident of
Plain City. She lu survived by tho
following- children: E. Ilium of Og
den, Edgar S. Ilium of Malad, Mrs.
Betty Booth of Arizona, and the fol
lowing brothers and sisters: Fred
Swcnsen, Salt Lake; Hilda Dahl. Salt
Lake; May Plant, Salt Lake; and five
grandchildren. The body was remov
ed to ihe Llndqulst establishment.
Funeral announcement will be made
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phono No. 56.
Wo guaranteo to please. Ogden I
Carpet Cleaning Co. Phone -116. 2205
Coins to Berkeley. Prof. C. J. Jen
sen of Weber Normal collego and Mrs.
Jensen are leaving today for Berke
ley, Cal., where Professor Jensen will
take summer work at the University
of California. Following the comple
tion of his school work, the Jensens
will visit In southern California before1
returning to Ogden.
Scottish Excursion Tomorrow, the
16th, Is the day for that big time you
have been waiting for at beautiful La
good. Enjoy Scottish hospitality. Of
ficial train leaves at 1:30 p. m. and
overy hour thereafter. Sports, con
cert and dance. 2630
Blg sale ,on Lilies, 16c' per bud.
Phono 52, Duniko Floral, 370 24th.
Tomatoes, cabbage, asters and oth
er plants fine stock at Weber Floral
Co., 740 28th St.
Falls to Appear Guy Nelson, charg
ed with speeding, failed to appear in
the city court this morning. His ball,
amounting to $5, was ordered forfeited
by Judge D. R. Roberts.
Phone 502 for messengor.
Meeting Postponed. The absence
last night of Mayor Frank Francis whe
was In Salt Lake and J. Ray Ward,
commissioner of public safety, who la
attending the police convention in Chi
cago, made It necessary to postpone
tho regular Monday night meeting of
the city commission.
Ogden Typewriter Houae ror type
writero and repairs, 2422 Hudson Ave.
Ogden Visitor. Mrs. Minerva De
vlney, formerly superintendent In the
culinary department of the Fort Hall
Indian school, is visiting In Ogden
with her sister-in-law Mrs. Frank Mc
Brldo on Riverdale road.
Fined $5 Irving S. Madsen, after
negotiating in the city court for some
minutes this morning, as to whether
lie was guilty or not guilty on a speed
ing charge, finally decided that he
would settle matters by pleading gull
ty. It was found that his meditations v
had resulted in the correct conclusion '
and he was fined $5 or five days bV IH ttH
Judge D. R. Roberts, Motorcycle Or
ficer H. B. Elam said'Madsen had been
traveling 35 miles an hour.
Chautauqua Chautaqua reserved J
scats will be on sale at Spargo's Book f I
I Store from U p. m. to 5 p. m today. I 1
Building Permits. Permit to ereeb
a shop In the rear of the Weber Nor- I
mal college was Issued this morning fl
by the citv engineer to W. O. Ridges.
The building will cost 52,200. Permit
was also Issued to T. G. Wheelwright' H
for the erection of a one-story brick 'H
realdonce on Twenty-fifth street nca.r jH
Iowa avenue. The structure will cost
The Tripp Studio, 432 Binford Ave. ?t7v j, .H
Marriage License. A marriage li- jH
cense was issued this morning in the 1
county clerk's office to William S.
Glover and Miss Effio Odney, both of Hfl
Money to loan, Kelly &. Hcrrick. J IH
Chautauqua season tickets advance
to $3.30 tomorrow night. Buy them IBI
now at drug stores or Spargo's' at jD
$2.75. Phone 4 54. jfl
Couple to Wed. A marriage license
was issued this afternoon In the coun-
ty clerk's office to .John Summers ot ' . lH
Coalville anil Miss Hazel CanSpbell of ' .
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Cleaner Stolen. H. G. Brown, janl- f II
tor of the Argyle apartments, reported ' f
to the police the theft of a vacuum IS HI
cleaner, "valued at $45, yesterday. He 111
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the halls at the apartment and that it '
was stolen. A reward Is offered for '
the arrest and conviction of tho party
or parties who annexed the vacuum H
cleaner, It Is stated. " 1H
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