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I 6 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. ::: H
I I LOOK OUT! FOLKS- I
II 1 The Love Expert's in town hookin' the unmarried oneB, She's going to U
g N knock, a flock of 'em for a row of Altars before she's through. If you M
1 see anybody blushing or timld-IIke, as if they wanted encouragement, 1
fl I call us up but better still, amble down and see. M
I I "The Love Expert" I
j 1 A 'John Emcrson-Anita Loos Production 1
I. TIE OIPHEUM I
1 1 TONIGHT AND SATURDAY 1
1 MATINEE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1
I 1 ADMISSION .10c and 25c NIGHT U
j 1 ADMISSION 10c and 20c MATINEE H
SUNDAY NIGHT. JUNE 20
' PRICES 50c 75c $1.00
Ii Osrden Girls to Go
Up on Airplane Trip
ji Eddie Brooks, Denver aiator. is
( scheduled to- arrive in Ogden tomor
I row afternoon from Salt Lako for
flights here tomorrow. Sunday and
! Monday prior to departing for Denver.
Miss Nora Keener and Miss Zllpha
Hanson, two members of the Stand
j! ard-Exa-mincr staff will aviate over
i Ogden and Brigham City with Brooks
tomorrow distributing papers from the
air. " . '
Brooks will land at the Utali Hot
Special Trains Take
Democrats to Coast
Three special trains carrying dele
gates from Illinois, Michigan and
Pennsylvania will arrive in Ogden next
week en route to the convention of
Democrats at San Francisco. The Il
linois delegation is due to arrive here
Juno 23 while the Pennsylvania dele
gation will arrive the following day.
On June 25 the Michigan representa
j lives will make a short stop here.
Four hundred delegates will be
aboard the three trains.
Judicial Ticket Will Be Decided
Upon at Convention in
What promises to be one of the
most Interesting judicial conventions
ever held in the second district will
come up tomorrow afternoon at the
Democratic convention, at" the county
court house. The interesting feature
of the convention will be the action
of the Democratic party upon the
question of the non-partisan Judiciary
which was endorsed by the Weber
county Democrats in the county con
vention last Saturday.
Three propositions are left from
which the. Democrats aro to select
one judge and leave the nominee
blank to be filled In by the Republi
can convention on June 26, if they
accept the non-partisan view then the
Democratic committee will name the
I Republican for their ticket. The
I Democrats may name the present
! judges. Alfred W. Agee and" Arthur E. j
I Pratt. The third vrouosition will be
jthp naming of a straight partisan
ticket with two Democrats.
The delegates and alternates for the
county are 'as folows:
; Horace E. Garner, D. II. Ensign,
(Frank Francis, T. J. Muginnis, B. II.
Goddard, Mrs. Horace E. Garner,
.'Joseph Weston, Matthew Gait, M.
Illinchcliff. Mrs. Oakley. Mrs. C. E.
I Smith, II. H. Shuitliff. John M. Ped
I erson. John A. Junk, Alex Fife, C
' L Fai r, S. S. Smith, George Lockhead,
! Jr.. George F. Hunter, T. Don Reason,
Frank Rose. C. E. Farr, F. A. Huish,
Lorenzo Richards, Mrs. S. -P. Dobbs,
S. P. Dobbs, Wade M. Johnson,
j William Lowder, O. M. Sander
son, Mrs. Mary Sanderson, Mrs.
I II. W. Gwilliam, Mrs. Kate Van
Dyke, Frank -Huband, D. D. Mc
'Kay, J. II. Brown, Fred Ellis, J, B.
.Carver, J .A, Chadwick. Charles Ron
;quisl, Caleb Parry, Mrs. A. T. Lock
'head, M. P. Brown, H. M. McCune,
Adam L. Peterson, James G. Widdlson,
J John R. Thompson, Burt Martin, Gil
bert Thatcher, A. W. Marriott, O. P.
Cottle. P. M. Folkman, Levi J. Taylor,
Alma Peterson, II. H. Goddard, Jos.
Chez, Jos. Bates, W. J. Parker, Hy
rum A. Bolnap. John W. Wintle, S.
W. Badcon, A. C. Call. David Evans,!
Mrs. Carrie Neville, Miss Vera Mc
jlvinnon, Henry E. Taylor, Cralesc
Humphries, Mrs. T. A. Shreeve,
Gcorgo Lockhead, Sr., Herbert Peter
Ison, Walter X. Farr, Mrs. R. B. Por
ter. Mrs. Joseph Westmeir, P. A.
Mrs. Myra Arugubrlght, Robert
Shipley, Mrs. A. G. Harris. Harmon
W. Peery, George E. Brown, Josoph
L. Peterson. William Royal, John Hall,
A. M. Hunter, James M. Thomas, Mrs.
N. A. Morrison, C. Earl Thomas, Mrs.
Weston, Mrs. Welthy Ensign, Alma T.
The sun's brightness, as seen at sea
level, equals the light of 270,000 can
dles for each square mile of its surface.
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tTEARN to be an electrical engineer,,
salesman, automobile mechanic or
J plumber. Learn any one of dozens
of well-paid trades. Get a common school,
, high school, or business college education.
Hj Get paid for learning, with free board,
H lodging, clothes and medical attention.
Ht Live a man's life in the big outdoors with .
1 real men for buddies. Get physically
s fit and stay that way. j
I Special two, three or four year enlistments In
I chc Marine Corps are now open, carrying free
! scholarships in the U. S. Marine School at
j I " Quantieo, Virginia. All courses are taught by
w, competent instructors, using the celebrated j
T International Correspondence School methods 1
H. and text books. Graduatesof theMarineSchool 1
; ' are given regular I. C.S. Diplomas in addition to I
S Marine School Certificates. R
i An honorable discharge from the Marine Corps J
i and an I. C.S. diploma mean immediate em- j
, ployment at real pay when you get back into
I US. MARINE CORPS.
You arc cvcn slightly interested
-vfeS call at the Marine Recruiting Office,
k ffl LXKafrwff'&wH You will not be urged to enlist, but
j ft jT6Z&? you will be told the truth about the
cfflij jSfvr '' ;5KY . Service. Call or send for booklets
LlB 'uSBSB)' '"fc i describing real life "in the Marines"
Hj 'Of 'FBSi Iryft 'V ii : and the Marine School.
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Mrs. Moulding to
Be Buried Sunday
Mrs. Mary G. Moulding.
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary G.
Moulding, wlfo of Leandor Moulding,
will be held In the Eleventh ward
chapel Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Bishop N. A. Tanner will preside.
The body may be viowed at the res
idence, 159 West Tuenty-ciffhthi
street, tomorrow afternoon and Sun
day until the funeral.
Deatlss and Fiisierals
bUCE. The Infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred L. Luce, died Tuesda.
Burial will bo made this afternoon
at A i. m., Ojfden City cemetery.
McMARTJN. Funeral services foi
Mrs. Maggie McMartin were held yes-'
terday at ii p. hi. from the Klrkendall'
funeral chapel. Rev. J. B. Carver of-
flciated Solos were sung by Mi. C. j
JI. Stevens and A H. Sanders. The I
pallbearers were: Amos Stone, WI1-J
Ham Wilson, Andrew Wilson. Ernest!
Shaw, Merlin Snaw and John Hlggin-I
botham Interment was made In Og- (
den City cemetery.
KUWITZIvY. Funeral services for;
Joseph Kuwltzky were held yesterday
at 5 p. m. at tnc Klrkendall chapel,
Rev. J. E. Carver officiating. Inter-
menl was mxide in the Ogden City
CAJtTJER Funeral services for Mrs.
Ethel Carter will be held Sunday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock In the First ward i
meeting house, conducted by Bishop
D. H. Ensign. The body may be view
ed tomorrow afternoon and Sunday
forenoon at the residence of-W. 11.
WesU Twenty-fourth street. In
terment will be in the Mountain View
ItOIjLO The' funeral of Mrs. Nan
cy Mae Rollo was held- yesterday in
the Eden meeting house, with Bishop
George Fuller officiating. George
Stalllnga and Mrs. Olive Graham sang
"Home Eternal." Pearl Shaw and
Mrs. Bertha L.uddington sang, "Oh,
My Father." "J Dreamed" was sung
by Mrs. Luddington. Wallace and
Minnie Walker sang "Sometime We'll
Understand," and "1 Know That -My
Heavenly Father' Lives."
Speakers were Counselor Raymond
P. Thompson, Counselor Charles E,
Shaw, C. J. A. Lindquist, Apostle D.
O. McKay and Bishop Fuller. In
ternment was in the Eden cemetery
where the grave was dedicated by J.
Says Wife Left Him;
Now Wants Divorce
Charging desertion and abandon
ment, Anton Koller began suit this
morning In the district court against
his wife, Maria Koller. Mr. KoMer sets
forth in his complaint that he was
married in Germany March 1, 1S90
and was remarried upon arrival in
Logan in Juno lSDH.
He alleges that for more than a
year his wife has deserted him and
has refused to live In his home. He
prays the court to sever the marriage
Golf Coetest Set for
Sunday Is Postponed
The contest between Ogden golfers
and Salt Lake golfers whitfh was
scheduled for next Sunday at the -Ogden
Golf and Country club links, has
been postponed until Sunday, June 27,
at the request of the Salt Lake golfers.
Ladies' Band to Give
Concerts in Logan
The Ladies' band of Ogden under
the leadership of E., W. Nichols, de
parted by automobile today in full re
galia for Logan. 'On the way to the
Cache metropolis he girls will sere
nade the communities. T5d Wilfong and
Jack Christy played an important pari
in arranging transportation facilities.
There will be a band concert in Logan.
DOUBLE STAR BILL,
INTER ID ROBERTS
Real Arts C reel special "Judy of
Rogues Harbor," featuring Theodore
Roberts "Who characterized Wealth in
"Every Woman" and the favorite
Mary Miles Mlnter do wonderful team
work In the pitiful, loving, laughing
picture. You'll find great pleasure If
you attend the Hudson avenue Picture
Palace today and tomorrow. Coming
1 Sunday, Violet Hemming, star of
"Three Faces East" comes Sunday In
"The Cast," one of the most widely
read books of recent times. Adv.
Lots of Laughs and Joy in
Constance Talmadge's Film
I "Grasp him by the hand if your
heart' races, your face turns a pret
ty pink and you got a thrill, he's the
Thus, in substance, is the formula
Constanco Talmadge tries out on sev
eral male persons in her picture, "The
Love Expert," which opened at the
Orphoum theatre last night, before
she found the right man. And maybe
she didn't have soriio fun during the
hilarous episodes of hor hunt. I
Constance is a young girl of roman-l
tic age who would be wooed. Sho
gets dismissed from boarding school
because of her advanced ideas along
lines of love and then sets about to
catch herself a mate.
To complicate things, she finds that
the man who gives her the prescribed
thrill is none oth'er than the fiance i
of her aunt from Boston.
' How sho, marries off all of the mem
bers of her intended's family qujte
a task In Itself, when one looks them
over and wins her beloved furnishes
a theme that make3 a typical Con
stance Talmadge story, full of clever
situations, lots of humor, plenty of
laughs and considerable, hilarity.
"It's just the kind of picture every
one will want to see.
On the same bill, which runs
through Saturday night, Manager J
F. Goss is offering a reel or two of
up-to-date pictorial news events.
"ORDER OF CAMELS
' INVADES BROADWAY
NEW YORK Thirsty Broadway
has become the headquarters for the
"Order of Camels." Ghicago appar
ently wasn't dry- enough. Eddie
Cochejns, famous daddy of the for
ward pass, Is now head of the organi
zation which has accumulated 200,000
members in short notice. The Camels
propose to "protect the rights guar
anteed clli.ens under amendments 9
and 10 of the constitution."
I Asks for Divorce on
The divorce suit of Mathilda Bell
against Daniel T. Bell, opened in the
district court this morning before
Judge A. W. Agee. In her complaint
Mrs. Bell sets forth that for more than
a year past her husband has refused
to provide for her support and that of
one child, Lucille. 3 years of age. She
complains that she has been compelled
to work and has received no aid from
Mrs. Bell asks the court to dissolve
the matrimonial bonds, award hor cus
tody of the child and compel her hus
band to pay alimony and court costs.
The couple wero married in Ogden,
December 27, 1910.
West Cache Sngar Men
to Meet Next Monday
J. A. Hendnckson announces that
the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the West Cache Sugar com
pany will be held in the. Chamber of
Commerce quarters in Logan Monday
afternoon, commencing at 2 o'clock.
CARD OF THANKS
We feel thankful to our many
friends for their kindness during the
sickness and death of our beloved
wife, daughter and sister, for the
many beautiful floral offerings, also
to the speakers and singers for their
expressions of thoughtful sympathy.
ALEX. H. ROLLO,
W. P. CHAMBERS AND FAMILY.
I The Breakfast i
I Cereal J
I orblLcs yvlio I
I appreciate fine
I flavor with ease
I of digestion-
j Ready to serve
j Sold by Grocers Everywhere
Llils . t When Dundee makes any reductions in its already low prices it- tP
Sxjjl " is the exception. Our margin is always so small on our high grade u
sl woolens that such a sale as this is a rare occurrence. We lop 10
per cent off our prices now as a further inducement to you to buy Iw
yi 4 Nothing is reserved in this Sale. Serges and Staples all our ' UKl
97W high quality suitings included. The same Dundee perfect tailor- MfljK
jjUmj, ing service, giving super fit and style. wJlW ' J
g MM SERGE SPECIAL ." ji 1
m ' ; $m etae $47oi ; j
A lucky buy enables us to make a Special Of- WM : '
fer of our 60 blue serges at $17.50, with extra i
pants at $58.00. This is the only sale of ' ' 1 i
p . . SERGES and STAPLES held in Ogden this !
ST When the few bolts of high quality blue serge . . " fllljv I
we received for this sale are gone the Special lljlafo a : 5:
JfejjB , Sale will end. "!
f&SM Vye keep faith with our friends. If you bought a suit here within ' !
the past two months we will allow you 10 per cent of its cost on ytto . t
kIk? , the next suit you buy. Nothing could be fairer. No other cloth- i
ing event means as much to you. This is your chance take it. j
- OWEN BENNETT, Prop, t
Sglg On Hudson Avenue by the Alhambra Theatre -fc55
g All-wool su its SjjH wins friends Wmi customers are
wear longer ugh style, Dudee boost- 3
Purebred Holsteius .
for Cache County
Thirty-flvo head of pure bred Hol
steln heifers were at the Ogden stock
yards yesterday en route to the-Cache
county farm bureau. The cattle had
been shi'ppod from Minnesota.
The shipment included a bluo rib
bon Holsteln bull, said to be one of
the finest examples of Its type ever
seen at the Ogden stockyards.
The bull was consigned to the Utah
Hundred Denver Cadets
En Route to San Diego
One hundred cadets from the vari
ous high schools of Denver arrived in
Ogden today en route to Camp Kearny
where they will train for several weeks
with the Ogden, Salt Lake, Cheyenne
and other cadets.
The party stopped in Ogden for fifty
minutes before departing, for the west.
They arc In charge of Lieut. Francis
FREE BID GOMCEHT
BY IKIREL BID
SURIDAY AT 4:30 P.M.
No company before the public
stands the wear and tear of time as
well as does the Famous Georgia
Minstrels, soon to appear In this -city.
In the hearts of the theater-going pub
lic it is always popular. Tho sub
title "Georgia" has been copied by
many, the object being to mislead the
public, but this aggregation has never
been withdrawn from tho American
stage for a slnglo season, and during
the thirty-three years of Its existence
It has been kept up to a high standard
and this year the management has
eclipsed all previous efforts.
The announcement that they will ap
pear at the Orpheum Sunday, June 20,.
will be welcome news to the minstrel
fans. A big freo band concert will be
given In front of the Orpheum Sunday
at 4:30 p. m. 1
Priesioods to Meet
at Weber on Sunday
Tho first semi-annual convention of
the priesthood of the North Weber
Stake will be held in tho Weber Nor
mal college Monday aftornoon at 2:30
o'clock. The Stake presidency, In
making the announcement, call atten- ' r ,
tion to the fn,ct that the convention
Is not an officers' meeting, but a con- f
ven.tion for all members of the priest-
hood of the stake, Including deacons, r tg
teachers, priests, oldcrs, seventies and .l 1
high priests. ; I 1
It is also announced that during I 3
the convention an address will bo
delivered by a representative of the j j
general church authorities. i j
It is the DUTY of all parents to teach their children the' r:" fl
Urge YOUR boys and girls to put "their first piece of
money, however small, in our bank; they themselves, if JM
watched and encouraged, will make their balance grow. '
Then they will know the VALUE and POWER of money.
As they grow older they can, when a good chance comes
along, make a safe investment or go into business.
Start your children TODAY.
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