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H b THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1920. H
H i Tuesday and j I 1
H I Wednesday te ! I
I 100 Trimmed Hats in This Sale J j 1
( A clean up in our millinery de- -K I
r g partment. An exceptional showing JS2? I
B of hats in every way. Smart new j J . j I
y I models. Hats which have been two Ci 1
h 1 and three times this clean up price. ' Pk I
: 1 LAURENE P. FOLKERSON I -W. 1
; ! Distinctive Millinery 8ui I
I. B. II. ROBERTS TELLS OF MISSION
rf OF CHURCH TO CROWD ATTENDING
. NORTH WEBER STAKE CONFERENCE
Two sermons dealing with the mis-j
sion of the church were delivered by j
j President Brigham IT. Roberts at the '
, pensions of the North Weber stake
fl ; nuarterly conference yesterday morn-V-
ing and afternoon. Presjdeut James'
i Wotherspoon presided and was assist-'
1 ed by his two counsellors. Presidents;
: .John V.. Bluth and F. W. Stratford.!
; Large congregations that filled the tab-i
j ernacle to overflowing were in attend-!
B'tl ance at both sessions of the confer-J
Blj cure. T
H3 A feature of the conference was the(
Bj ordination of G6 seventies and six pres- j
B l Hents of the seven tiesquorum in the;
H ' stake. This work was commenced Sat-'
H I urciay afternoon in the Third ward .'
H. chapel and .concluded early Sunday
Hn morning. President Roberts officiated '
, ai the ordinations assisted by the;
Hl .-take officials
H Under the direction of Prof. Joseph
HI Fallantyne, with Prof. Sam F. Whit
HH laker at the great organ, ihe Ogden
(H tabernacle choir rendered musical pro-;
Hi ' grams at both sessions of the confer
1 ence. The morning session opened j
H ! witu coir anu" congregation singing.'
Bg I "ix Thee's Sunshine in Your Heart."!
1 ! Other selections were "Father In Thyj
1 I Presence," Nephi J. Brown and Gerard
BI j Klomp aiid choir; "O Love Divine."
Mips Mildred Ware and choir; "Lord
Turn Me Not Away," Nephi J. Brown; (
"Earth and Heaven," choir. The after-1
noon music included "High On thej
Mountain Top," choir and congrega-j
lion; "Blessed Redeemer," Nephi J. i
rown, Gerard Klomp and choir; "Give
Hj l s Thy Peace," Mildred Ware and
choir; "Lead Kindly Light," choir.
H During the afternoon session Presi-
dent Bluth presented the general;
church and stake authorities which
were unanimously sustained by the'
members of the slake present,
fl Praises Efficiency.
f President Roberts in his morning ad-
1 dress, gave great praise to the three;
Ht; stakes of the church in Weber county,-
H . stating that they had reached the hlgh-i
Hv est- point of mechanical efficiency of,
H j all the stakes in the church. There are !
H i ' no other stakes in the church, he de-1
H clared, that have such a high state of,
HI ; efficiency as the three local stakes '
H ' and this he thought was because the j
H local people knew and appreciated fhot
H importance of the mission of thoi
H The speaker told the congregation j
H of his labors in Ogden Saturday after- (
i noon and early Sunday morning in or- j
H ' dalning 66 members of the priesthood
H of the stake to the office of seventies
H and slated that this fact had natural-
Hl ly brought to his mind the purpose and
HI i mission of the church in the latter
H days. He said that God had made of
H H.s church, the Church of the Latter
H Day Saints, the depository of the truth.
H In the church God had banked his spir
al itual treasures which were the ordi-
HI nances and principles of the gospel
for the salvation of mankind.
Hj The mission of the Church of the
H Latter Day Saints, the speaker said,
1 was to make proclamation of the truth
in all the earth. He told of John the
Revelator, while on the Isle of Pat
. mos, having a vision of the later days
Hl , when an angel from heaven was to re
Ht store the gospel to the earth and at
HR the same time declare that the hour
H 1 i God's judgment had come and call
Hm upon the nations to come back to the
H: worship of vhe true and living God.
' This restoration of the gospel was neo
essary because men had fallen away
from t"he worship of the creator and
were worshipping other gods. .The
gospel, he said, was given to the Lat
ter Day Saints for no selfish purpose
but we were expected to dispenso it
among the nations.
President Roberts declared that the
church was built up upon witnesses
H to the truth. "First of all God raised
up a witness for Himself. This wit
ness was Joseph Smith to whom the
Father and Son appeared in glorious
vision proving the fact of their actual
existence. At the same time the aw
J ful truth was made known that men
were rendering only lip service to God,
their hearts being removed far from
Relating in detail the wonderful vis
ion given of the Father and the Son
to Joseph Smith one hundred years
ago, Elder Roberts said "Compare this
grand vision and revelation of God
who opened the heavens in response
to the prayer of the humble boy with
the table rappings and mutterings of
such men as Sir 'Oliver Lodge and you
will see the beauties of God's workp
He knew men had gone astray and
needed to be brought back to light and
There were other witnesses alsc to
the rise of the church in the latter
days, the speaker reminded his hear
ers. Three special witnesses were
chosen to bear testimony that Joseph
Smith possessed the gold plates from
which the Book of .Mormon had been
translated. These witnesses, Sidnej
Iligdon, Oliver Cowdry and David
Whitmer have testified to the world
that an angel from heaven showed
them the gold plates containing the
history of the iNephites who dwelt an-
ciently -upon this continent.. The speak- j
er told of a long conversa'tion he had j
had with David Whitmer and how aej
declared ill at he had actually seen the)
I'jigel and handled the gold plates a no
hi relating thei ncident said to l'resi
dent Roberts, 'If these is any truth in
God's earth, that book is true."
Twelve other witnesses were called
to be special witnesses of Christ and
the restoration of the gospel in the
latter days, President Roberts remind-1
ed the congregation. The doors of the I
gospel arc opened in all the nations!
of the earth by these special traveling!
twelve witnesses. The seventies, the'
speaker said, were also allied to bej
special witnesses of the gospel among !
the nations but the church was faced
with the problem in sending the seven-'
ties into the mission field because they I
were mostly men wno had assumed
the responsibilities of raising families
and had entered into business connec
tions which it was difficult for them
to leave, and so following the line
of least resistance the church had
sent large numbers of young elders
into the mission field, who were sus
tained by their parents. The speaker,
however, expressed himself as being
sure the day was not far distant when
the great majority of missionaries to
the nations would bo drawn from the
seventies quoruniH in the church. He
suggested to the stake authortlles that
, the , seventies be- selected to take
, charge of the missionary work In tne
j President Wotherspoon in present
Zing the quarterly report expressed his
; great pleasure at seeing such a large
assembly of the members of the stake
'present. He announced that President,
' Roberts had been in the stake since
Saturday afternoon and had ordained
66 members of the priesthood to the
office of seventy.
Elder Bryan Wotherspoon, recently
returned from a mission in the south
ern states, in a brief address said he
had considered it a privilege to work
as a missionary foi the Lcrd. He had
enjoyed his labors because he had
found that when we are engaged in
I the service of man we are also en
j gaged in the service of God. He had
gained a testimony of the gospel and
I prized it very much. He knew that
Joseph Smith was a prophet of God
and that tho gospel had been restored
I to the earth, x.e also knew that tne
Book of Mormon and the doctrine. and
covenants contained the word of God.
Ho said that wars nnd famines and
pestilences had been setn to the earth
for tho purpose of humbling the na
tions. "Mormonlsm is tiro. It is the
plan of life and salvation," he said in
Continuing the subject he com
menced at tho morning session Presi
dent Roberts, at tho atternoon session
said that second great duty of the
church was to perfect the lives ol
I I The Lighthouse I
H ! I 2454 "Wash. Ave. Phone 581 I
I ORGANIZED PLAY
TO BE TOPIC AT
TEAS THIS WEEK
Four of Ogden's well known
club and social workers will open
their homes tills week In order
to give -an opportunity for all who
nro Interested in tho demonstra
tion of organized grass play for
children to meet Miss Josephine
Randall and become a.c
mialntcd with the work.
It Is hoped that sev-
! oral Ogd'en young women and ma
trons will enter into the opportu-
I nity to secure the training offered
and enroll In the instruction class
i at theso four homo meetings
On Tuesday evening Mrs. TL. B.
j Porter will open her home at S00
Washington Ave. to give those re
siding in the northern part of
town an opportunity to mnet Miss
Randall ajid inquire Into the
I On Wednesday aftemon at 2
I Mrs. .Joseph R. Morrell will open
her residence, 253.1 JSccles Ave.
and at l Wednesday, Mrs. J.
Douglas Watson will open her
home. .Ilofi Washington Ave.
Mr.. John Edward Carver will
on Tuesday afternoon at -l. open
her residence. 2357 Adams Ave,
for the same causp.
These teas will be informal and
the people of Otrden who are in
terested in child play, and espec
ially those who would like to
avail themselves of the instruc
tion in organized child play, are
cordially invited to attend the one
of the above teas that is most con
venient in time and place.
at Arsenal Station
' Three cars of steel are due to ar
rive in Ogden either today or tomor
row from the East fo the Ogden
Arsenal. With the arrival of the steel
a total of five cars will have been
received, according to Captain W. P.
Kutz, in charge of the new plant
The plans for the new arsenal have
not arrhed as. yet. and the men in
charge stated today that they are ex
The platform for unloading purooscs
at Sunset has been completed nnd
will bo used in unloading all future
materials. It is located on the west
side of the Bamberger traces.
j those who had received the truth. On
those two things, the preaching-of the
gospel to the nations and ..ie perfect
ing of ihe lives of those who receive
the truth, hang al' the duties of the
I church, the speaker said. The organi
jzation of the church is for that pur
pose, he said. He thought a stranger
might be bewildered and think the
church was topheavy with organiza
tion, but it was simple to those who
had grown up with it and understood
Means had been provided in .he or
ganization for the perfecting of the
lives of the Saints until all come to a
unity of the faith, the speaker said
These means were tne organization on
, stakes and wards with officers who
are to act as home missionaries for
the teaching of the gospel to the peo
ple at home. The high piersts and
elders, he said, should have charge of
the work of caring for converJLs and
the general church membership.
I The President of the church of Jesus
Christ of Letter Day Saints, the sneak
ier said, "is the only one in the earth
to receive revelations lrom God. He
is to be as Moses, a leader of the peo
iple and as Christ, the link between
j heaven and earth, to whom God will
communicate his will and o no other.
jAll the reins of power and authority
;are held by the president of the
; church. He has the authority to speak
j to the church and no one has the au
thority to go over his head in the work
All persons may receive revelations
for their personal gui.dance but there!
-is only one man to whom God wilt
speak for the benefit of the church as
a whole. Were it otherwise, there
j would be great confusion.
"Thepresident of the church is the
j keystone o.. authority, the head of the
. church, the eyes of the church as seer
and the mouth as prophet."
i President Roberts said that the gov
ernment of God in His church was
moral and not effective. He persuades
land does not force. The only time
j when force was used was in cases of
transgression when members were dis
ifellowshiped. Those who hold the
priesthood should win men through
love and not by force of power.
Referring to the duties of ward
teachers, President Roberts hinted
that he was fearful that most teachers
;were more concerned about their per-
centage of visits o families instead of
teaching the gospel to the families
under their charge. He said there is
no point of contact between the peo
ple nnd the church that was so strong
and effective as in the ward teaching.
Ward teachers should unfold the scrip
lures to the families they visit in
such a manner that the members of
the families would confess- tnat their
hearts warmed within them as they
were being instructed by the teachers.
The teachers should seek to win the
hearts of the members of the families
and should make sue- an impression
upon them that In limes of trouble he
. would bo the first person to whom
they would turn for comfort.
"Priesthood, as understood by the
Latter Day Saints," the speaker said,
"is not u brotherhood of priests as In
the Catholic or Episcopal churches,
hu$ it means the power and authority
I of God delegated to man for work In
the ministry of the church." Ho
I warned tne members of the prleat
,hood against exercising unrighteous
dominion over their fellows and stated
' thai the persecutions that were heaped
upon the church in tho early days were
j largely due to members of the priest
.hood exercising unrighteous dominion
I over members of the church and other
people also. The spirit that is to domi
nate in the activities of the member
ship of the priesthood is the' spirit of
President Wotherspoon, in a con
cluding address, expressed his great
joy and satisfaction at the truths pre
sented during the conference and he
hoped it would.be reflected in the lives
of the members of the stake. He aald
they had been well fed with spiritual
food during the conference and ex
pressed the hope that those who had
recently been ordained as special wit
nesses would be that In very deed.
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Indianapolis newspapers during the Ad- I'V 5fvr ' ' " ' s " , ' - ; I
vertising Convention, June 6 to 12, 1920) 8k. 9f wJml . '
Truth in Advertising I
I "The Credit for Building the Jirst- Car Belongs to Mr. Elwood Haynes"
I (The above statement is from a letter to A. G. Seibcrling, Vice President and General Manager ' A J
I of The Haynes Automobile Company, Kokomo, Indiana, by Richard H.Lee, Special Counsel '"; : M
A y of the National Vigilance Committee of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World.) -v. JH
I ijWERY advertising man attending this great The National Vigilance Committee went at its I
I fj convention will be proud oyer this tangible work conscientiously and thoroughly; it spent W
J evidence of the constructive good being much time upon its investigation, in order that m
j done for advertising by the National Vigilance its finding should be final and decisive. The result J fl
I Committee of the Associated Advertising Clubs is embodied in the letter from Mr. Lee to Mr. J JB
I of thc World. Seibcrling, and in the straightforward statement: - 'fl
"Truth in Advertising" is the motto, the slogan. 'The credit for building the first car belongs to Mr. ( W
I and the code of the members of the Associated Elwood Haynes." j&
I Advertising Clubs. This dec;sion lends addcd empiiasjs to the prin- H
8 While The Havnes Automobile Company has ciple of cWc(?r which is associated in the public ' f'l
I never participated in the discussion over who mind with the name of Haynes. ! jp
I made America's first car, further than to state No matter how good advertising may be, it can f?
8 Jhf Elwood Haynes invented, designed and only be as good as the product it advertises. It ! Ii
1 built it, and to rest its case with history, we admit can only succeed with the product. Wearenatur- fi
Ii a glow of satisfaction as we take occasion to ex- flny gratified that the Haynes has made good on ! II
f! . Pres.s to the advertising men of the world our ts advertising. We give advertising full credit f
jj felicitations to their National Vigilance Com- for carrying to the people the message of the four ! "1
2 , . mittee upon the thoroughness of its research and essential factors of character beauty, strength, ' i 1
J its conscientious insistence upon the verities in power and comfort which are established in the I
8 public statements. Haynes. Our advertising led the prospective car I I
I a j i , rT ,., owner to expect beauty, strength, power and com-
Although the original Haynes automobile, in- fort in the Haynes. The car itself completely cxem- I
vented designed and built by Elwood Haynes is Jified this charac,er. The result h tgat tQd the
a United States Government exhibit in the Smith- cmand or the ncw series H ; j f
soman fnstitu ion at Washington, D. C, bearing ahead f Qur produclion as was yearago. . 1
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8 . the accuracy of this Government statement has Every advertising man will be pleased to know 1 ' H
been directly and indirectly questioned. this, because Haynes advertising is a faithful echo o ML
II ..-,,, , of the car itself. It reflects the policies and prin- lILH
We asked the Associated Advertising Clubs of ciples of The Havnes Automobile Company, and -
the World, through their National Vigilance Com- 'isjustasmuchourproductasisthcHaynescaritself.
G mittee, to sift the entire matter, knowing it would
be done utterly without bias, for this reason: The Associated Advertising Clubs of the World ,
have done great work, but never performed a
I ' Advertising is a force upon which we, in common greater act for the highest good of advertising H
S with every progressive concern in the world, itself, than when their National Vigilance Com-
3 depend. We know what advertising has done mittee aligned the forces of good advertising with H
for-us. We know how jealously the Associated history, with recorded facts and with the U. S. fi I
Advertising Clubs guard the good name of adver- Government's own official statement in the final, H
i tising. We know the sacredness of their slogan irrevocable decision that to Elwood Haynes a IM
"Truth in Advertising." belongs the credit for building America's first car. 1 M
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SACRED HEART ALUMNAE
Regular meeting of the Sacred
Heart Alumnae association "will be
hold in the school library this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. All members
are urged to be present. The meeting
markp the last of the winter months.
Activities will he suspended during
Mrs. E. F. Krumperjnan of 761
Twenty-fourth street entertained a
number of friends last Thursday
evening in honor of Mrs. G. M. G.
Bond, who leaves shortly for Eng
land. After an evening spent in so
cial enjoyment of music and danc
ing, a luncheon was served. Ttoses
decorated the home profusely. Those
present for the evening were. Mrs.
G. M. G-. Bond, Mrs. Hugh Freland,
Mrs. F. E. Foulger, Mrs. Schade,
Mrs. L. Huckins, Miss Ina Poulter,
Mrs. A. W. Paul, Miss Thelma Foul- i
ger, Miss Belva Foulger, Mrs. A. II.
Krumpennan, Miss Veda Schade, Miss
Mercedes Richard, Miss Josephine
Krumperman and Miss Leona Krunip
erman. RETURN FROM VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. O. Newey and Mrs.
Kate Brummel have returned from
a two weeks' trip spent in Mackay,
Idahp. Mr. Newey says that the
fishing is fine.
BAPTIST KENSINGTON CIRCLE
Mrs. J. G. Gebhardt will be hostess
to the members of the Baptist Ken
sington Circle Tuesday afternoon at
her home, 2126 Liberty avenue. The
meeting will open at 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Arthur Iaul and Mrs. William
Smith will assist with the entertain
ment. VISITS OGDEN
Miss Josephine Wright of Salt Lake
City was an Ogden guest Sunday. ' J
Miss Wright came to Ogden to spend '
the day "with friends.
TO HONOR -BRIDE-TO-BE ;
Mrs. Robert Boyd will entertain j
in honor of Miss Delia Tracy, who
will become a bride of Clarence
BEE HIVE GIRLS MEET
The Bee Hive Girls from the I
Fourth ward met Thursday evening
at the home of Mrs. Le Roy Ros-1 1
kelly. A business meeting was held, j
with Mrs. Ida 'K Lee of the State .
Board giving a report on the recent J
Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement
association held recently in Salt
Lake. Refreshments were served at
the close of the business and the re
mainder of the evening was spent so
ciably. The guests number eighteen
Bee Hive Girls and the following
keepers, Mesdames Alice Eliason,
Mary Holman and Leona Reese.
OGDEN GIRL WEDS
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Erlich of
Ogden announce the wedding of their
daughter Anna Erlich to Harry Dia
mond of New York. The wedding
took place at Preston, Idaho, Friday,
June 25. Mr. and Mrs. Diamond are
spending their honeymoon in New
York City, Mr. Diamond's home. On
their return the young couple will
make their home in Salt Lake.
S. O. H. CLUB
Misses Rose and Marguerite Spidel
were hostesses to the members of the
S. O. H. club last Monday evening at
their home on Adams avenue. After
the usual business meeting was held,
Miss Marguerite Clements enter
tained with a number of piano se
lections. Later a delicious luncheon
was served. This evening the club
will be entertained at the home of
B. OF L. F. AND E. ENTERTAIN
Ladies of the local lodge of the
Brotherhood of Local Firemen and
Engineers entertained last Wednes
day afternoon in th Eagles' hall in
compliment to the eleven members
of the Victor lodge of Salt Lake. A
program of musical entertainment
and dancing passed the afternoon. Ice
cream and cakj were served at the
close of the social. Peonies and
roses in delicate shades or pink and
white formed the adornment for the
table. A pink rosebud, tied with the
lodge colors were laid at each place.
Those visiting from Salt Lake were,
Mesdames Mary Allgood, Susa Ham
ilton, Bertha King, Ada Martin, Del
man Crouton, Amanda Courtan, j
Magadelena White, Sarah Crosbv,
Leah Sowby, Mary E. Edgar and
. Cecelia Cavanaugh.
OGDEN" Gl'KSTS HONORED.
In honor of Miss Florence P'orc
mastcr, of St. George, Utah, who is
attending the summer school of the
University, tho California missionaries
-of 191U and 1,917 were entertained by
jMlss Flora Belnap at her home, Sat
urday evening. Games were played
nnd prizes were won by Arthur Grix
jand William A. Taylor.
I Dainty refreshments were served by
! Upon the suggestion of Mr. Grix
and the unanimous vote of those pres
ent a reunion of all California 'mis
sionaries of Salt Lake and Ogden and
vicinity and former residents of Cali
fornia will be held at Lagoon. July
Those .present wore: Mr. and Mrs.
Wilford Wheelwrhrht, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tt.
Johns, Earl Barker, Harold Jensen.
Arthur Grix, H. A. Belnap, George
Chamberlain, Florence Foremaster.
Marie Williams, Mis3 Judd and Olive
IITtlDGE CLUB ENTEKTAIXED.
Mrs. A. G. .Tonea was hostess to the
members of her bridge club last Wed
nesday auernoon at ner nome on ISc
Mrs. Ezra Clark is entertaining the
members of the Martha society this
afternoon at her hme.
OGDEN BRITANNIC ASSOCIATION.
The Ogden Britannic association will
hold their regular monthly meeting
this evening In the Eagles' hall. A
good program has been prepared for
Cooks, Walters nnd Waitresses Lo
cal CS1. All members, old and new,
are earnestly requested to attend a
special meeting at the Eagles' hall on
Friday evening, July at S:30 p. in-l
C. JOHNSON, Sec. J
Returns From Sessions jfj
of Overseas Unit Girls ' I
Miss Gladys Rich, daughter of Dr. I
and Mrs. E. C. Rich, has returned from
the east, where she was in attendance aH
at the Overseas Unit Girls' convention IH
held at Des Moines, Iowa, June 16 to IH
21. Thirly-nlne of the young women , IH
belonging to tho Unit were present. r IH
The organization -was partially reor- IH
ganlzed and will be affiliated with the mH
national Federation of Women's olubs, fllil
said .Miss Rich. nllnH
The Overseas Unit was sent to 9H
Franco by the General Federation of 11
Women's clubs during the war, when I
American soldiers were fighting. Two ( IH
young ladies from each .state in the '
I union were chosen. They were en-
gngcd In either entertaining the Am-
crlcan doughboys or doing Y. W. C.
"Work for the eoming year," said
Miss Rich, "is a little undecided, and
our plans a little indefinite, but-it is
evident that we girls will hang to-
gether and will be always known as
the 'Overseas Unit.'
Pair Bound Over on II
Grand Larceny Charge m
Edward Reddick and Edward Mix,
alias Burns, appeared before . the
city court this mqrning. The men,
both of whom have not reached K
maturity, waived preliminary hear- v iHiH
They were charged with obtain-
ing money by representing them- H
selves as another individual, and
grand larceny proceedings will be in- jH
stitutcd against them, the police H
They were bound over to the dis- JH
trict court and their bail was fixed H
in the sum of $1,000. IH
A disease called rickets Is at presem H
ife in Great Britain. present m
I Closing Out Sale at H
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY I
THE ENTIRE STOCK
of Simplex; Windshield Wings and Glare Deflectors. Now is the chance to eouin ' 1
your car with these necessary articles. J r
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