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1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 11. 1920. 5
I ITlilllS PUN "
1 RALLY AT PARK
i J Organizations of Three Stakes
'.1 1 to Have Outing Next
Wz!m The trl-tak M. I A. rally scbed-
ul i for Lorln Fnrr park next dncs
H day evening. Is arouslnc unusual in-
H terest among the people of Ogden City
and Weber county. Tliat 5.000 or
B more members und friends of the M t.
IRB A Is assured, as all the wards in the
- )pfH three stukes are preparing to have
MhH-- their members present to get the
rT; " spirit of the great open-door rally
l jp movement.
One of the big features of the oc-i-'sffi
caslon will Ijc the concert from 7.30
f- VHf to 8:30 by the ladles' band under the
dir. .ii.m ..i i 'mi E W Nlchola. The
j principal talk will be given by Apostle
VH Kichard It. Lyman. A largo bonfire!
will furnish the gathering place for a
VK big community sing to be led by has.
'B M. Woods. Special musical numbers
JBSfi will be gl'en under the direction of
JB W. II. Manning. A patriotic address
) Delbert Wright will furnish an op-
I'ortuiiity for those present to get the I
PH point of view of the young M. I. A. j
worker on the bis question of citizen-
JHHb hollowing the rally a dance will be
held under the direction of the M. I. A.
r i.i Hi.- i. Ik pavilion ;. the park. The
Lillian Thatcher orchestra will be en
v larged for the occasion
This big rally is but one of a series
Ik to be held during the summer. Kvcry
jtjfk Wednesday night herea?t r dances will
'01 be given at the park under M 1. A.
Hrn direction, and a rally will be a feature
Kffl once every month.
H FIVE FISH ON
' one m, IIS
r I CHAP S RECORD
I ark, Jfe Fishermen!
JBJ i iBh may con e and fish may go.
but fishermen ,go on forever. At least
!Pp. that Is the preuiction of S- F. Wtn-
BKa Chester, employe of the Southern l'a-
!HH ciflc lines, who returned to gden to-
-P nay from a fishing trip on the Weber
P Yep. and Winchester, not being a
fflH gun, got the limit, it Is said, but only
after he had experienced great diffl-
mH It happened thus:
n Toll ne time- 3 bells in the morning, a
jtflH rmict nook aJong the Ivor's bank.
3lSH plent) of bait and an individual tish-
H At the opening hour permitted for
$SH fishing, Winchester cast his line into
HHH l lie water ami after 4b minutes of ef-
ffm fort made his first catch. It was a
"RsSm minnow, and of course was thrown
H into the stream.
HE Six hours later Winchester sent out
ffuKM the S. O. S. and a passing frelgnt train
With wrecking crew, and all machin-
gf erj necessary to handle wrecks was
jlS". put into use.
"! H Six men worked with the rod and
line, highly priz.-d by Winchester, for
r more than .'m hour. Kinully the der-
rick was placed in operation and with-1
M ! in due lime the law a limit was taken
from the stream Five fish wore on
jSSH the hook, one being a beauty tipping
rt&jgH the scales at C1 pound?.
KwB The other four were of average size.
mf, three being triplets.
fjE And so it came to pass that Win-
K Chester returned to duty today with
B chest as solid as ivory and with his
JIJBWC thoughts still wandering in the gen-
SjawS eial direction of the fishing pond,
'llit Colonel G. A. l'.lack, noted fisher-!
1 sH 5 rnan. and a railroad official happened
Ttntflt i long and on clasping the hand of I
KH "Winchester, said
jlflK "Well, me boy. they tell me you got I
. fett' the. limit on one hook. How did vou j
f e ontIre system was then outlined!
and Colonel Black, eagle-eyed and
Hm alert, closed the chapter when he bel-
SB ' ' " takea a fisherman to otch
Bi f i-
HHM v.l-Mi you catch 1U pounds of sucker
EJKfiQ oi one hook, well, you take the prize "
BfflR About 65,000, 600 ounces of silver
sM .-re mined annually in the United
You ihotik b; equipped with the
Auto Geiup Comfort
oiarrr the; ouTrrr d.llxe.
Live coi to Nature in luxury, fate and comiortl
THIS OUTFIT COMPRISES
Ti A CHAIR
If " 1 TENT
The Lightest, Cheapest, Most Practical
end Compact Campers Outfit
on the Market
CLy cvriM runnln bw4 el mhlB(. Cru la w
U1 uj dv)aftrl
HI AuJo Campers Outfit Co.
319-24th St. Ogden
Reg. U. H. Pat. Office
"Hoot the Substi-toot"
TIS A GOOD FISH
YARN ABOUT THE
For real K"Od fish stories, the city
hall employes and the newspaper
men as well, have learned to turn;
to Charles Bass, local weather matr.
Charlie haa never, failed his listen--,
.s yt, and yesterday, when he re
turned from a trip of several das
In Idaho they all gathered aroumt
and plnnfd ha k their cars
"I was standing at a bend In a river
in Idaho last week ' said Charlie,
when 1 was given the aurprlse of my
life." The river took an abrupt turn,
and an nlfalLa ClOld t-ordTred the
stream at this point. All at once 1 :
saw a fish flop from the wnter and
land In the alfalfa. I picked him up!
and boys, ho was some fish, eight
Inches and a rainbow I decided to
stay there, and within an hour fifteen
fish had flopped out into the grass
and were in my basket "
"I have been fishing and studying
fish for twenty years, but I can't fig
ure out why they left the water at
this point It may hove been that
! they were in such a hurry to get south
to Utah that they couldn't mal- the
turn and landed upon the bank '
In splto of the fact that Charlie
tells pretty strong stories, it must r,c
conceded that he is a clever guv.
When he left for his trip, he borrowed
a handsome, leather-lined fish basket
from a friend. He liked It so well
thai when he returned today hr Ju.st
, tuldn't hand it back. Instead of re
turnlrfg it he walked up to the own-I
er 'mil said "Say. I'm awfully sor-I
ry. but a train ran ocr your fisn-
basket. What was the wholesale price,
you paid for It?"
"$3.90, before the war," answered I
"All right." said Charlie, ami he
handed over the nione
IT THE OGDEN TOO!?
With n flnn. star and production
thai bid fair to set the nac-. for
screen attractions, for .month- to
j come-. "Passion's Playground ' adapt- !
' ed from the famous Btorj pi Monte
'Cnrlo. The Guc-sts of Hercules," by
C N and a. M. Williamson will be
shown nt the Ogden Theatre, com
The infinite opportun'ties for pic
iturizatlon of the famous gambling
;.tnry induced Katherine MacIonald,
j ' the American beauty," to select it as 1
I the starring vehicle for her lalvst re-I
(lease under her contract with First j
; National Exhibitors' Circuit Despite
jlier remarkable jast success. Miss '
MacDcnald has nev;T teen seen in a '
picture that equals Passion's Play
I ground' for dramatic moments.
Reared in a convent, the blood of j
la gambler in her veins, unknowing
of the ways of the world. Miss Mac
Donald takes the part of Mary Grant
who leaves the convent upon receipt
of her inheritance to make her way
to Monte Carlo. Here. Mary be
conies involved in the schemes of a
set of society bleeders whose efforts
to ensnare her proe to be replete ,
Perhaps no other fictionized work
dealing with ihc attempts of titled
personages and wealthy msn and;
women from all pai ls of the world i
to stake their fortunes and 'ties up
rn the chance-devices al Monte arlo
has met with t lie popularity of The '
Guests of Hercules " ,
75 Cars Pass Thru
Ogden Every Day
A dail average of 75 cars of fruit J
from California, arrive In Ogden daily. I
w hlle an average from southern points I
Is 50 daily, according to officials or j
the Pacific Fruit Express. Cali
fornia products are in great demanu.
It is stated, and the water melon
crop in particular ia being Jobbed to
Iarge quantities of Ice are used at
'his time of the year, especially for the
California products, aa the mercury
ha.s already reached I2G degrees in
.''ada In coming over the descrc I
California plums, and early peaches
are now nrrlvlng from the coast.
Only Two Miles Left j
Unfinished on Highway
Work on the state highway between!
Farmlngton and Ogden, and Farming- j
ton and Salt Iake is being rushed t-. 1
completion, but two miles of the roaa
being unfinished according to local I
officials of the state roads commis- i
slon. The work is being rushed, ana
it Is r; per ted that the entire highwa
betwc.-:i Salt Lako and Ogden will be
completed by July 2 4
The viaduct at Lagoon is also neai-l
it will cost 7fi,000.
Change Schedule for
0. S. L. Train No. 30
Oregon Short Line train number 30
will change schedule, commencing!
- unday. according to railroad officials.
Tho train whlh arrives from the nortn
at 9 20 p. m will arrive, ommenc
ing Sunday at 0:30 p m., and depart
at 9:40 p u. for Salt Lake, Instead
of 9:30 o'clock.
Thir, Is the only change made in the
I achedulp that effects the Ogden end
of tho schedule
Form Sunday School
At Fourteenth Ward
Under the direction of Supt. 13 H.
Goddard of I he Weber stake Sunda
schools, and other members of tin
stake board, a Sunday school will be
organized in the new Fourteenth ward
this morning. The session will be held
at 10 30 and all children living In the
new- ward are Invited to be present.
It, Is also desired that all parents und
members of the prk-sthood attend the
Last & Thomas H
To make room for the daily arriving Fall Merchandise we must sacrifice our entire stock of Summer Wearing Ap- H
parel and Piece Goods at an unusual great Price Cutting. H
Every department will have its clearance regardless of the newness or dependability. You will find many staple H
items of the most wanted merchandise for immediate and future wear. The savings you can make will be so H
phenomenal and so extremely decided in your favor that your special attendance is urgently required. I I
j GEORGETTE BLOUSES
I Specially Priced $3. 95
$6.00 and $5.50 values, beaded and embroidered
styles. New style creations in white, pink and
flesh. These blouses are made of an excellent
quality double twisted georgette, and beauti
fully trimmed with beads and embroidered
fronts. They are the newest styles in blouse
effects. The great Clearance Sale offers them
at this remarkable price of $3.95
Summer Wash Dresses at
Special Sale Prices
Colored voiles, organdies and Swisses are the
favorite materials in these new dresses. The
prices are in reach of everyone. You can choose
a dress at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 to $35.00 with
a special discount. They are all the latest sum
mer styles and developed in a wonderful va
riety of flowered designs and pretty plaids, ruf
fles, flounces, pleatings, frills, laces, and pretty
collars cuffs and sashes add to their bewitch
ing charm. The exceptionally reduced prices
will make a quick clearance of these beautiful
new style dresses.
Remarkable Silk Value at a
Pure Si!k Crepe de Chine at $1.75 Yard
Forty inches wide, $3.00 and $3.25 quality; pure
silk; double twisted; gives excellent service in
wear and washing. Comes in a complete line
of standard colors, light and dark; also plenty
white and pink for dresses, blouses and under
wear. Pure silk crepe de chine at a genuine
Extraordinary Sale of
, SATIN CHARMEUSE
High Grade Quality, Regular Price
$5.00 a Yard; Special $3.25
Full 40 inchs wide, high lustrous supple finish
dress satin for fine dress gowns. Comes in five
selected dress shades black, brown, wistaria,
navy and Russian green. Elegant draping satin
for fine wear at a sensational sale price.
GENUINE DEVON- WASH GOODS
SHIRE GINGHAM 10c Yard.
49C Yard. pain Colored Lawn and
Full 32 inches wide; the Dotted Swisses in several
genuine quality gingham good colors; splendid for
known in every home for the hot days. Special
wear and satisfaction. Cleanup Price.
Comes in a complete line of
dainty checks, pin stripes. APRON GINGHAMS
plaids and dark ground col- 22c Yard.
ors. If you want quality D ,. , . , ,
i i r r-,, Keliable Wash Liingham m
gingham, ask tor Uevon- . . .
i .1 .. I c k medium and sma I checks;
shire at this attractive Sale .
pYlce regular 5jc quality; comes
in blue, black and brown
DRESS GINGHAMS checks. Excellent values.
36c Yard. WHITE AND PINK
Special Clearance Price; WASH GOODS
regular 60c quality; extra y
wide. 51 inches, best wear
ing and washing dress 90c and $1.00 values, com
ginghams in a splendid as- prises fine checked batiste
sortment of plaids and in white and pink; plain
stripes. and barred flaxons, Bluebird
Here is an opportunity to designs mounted on sheer
buy quality dress ginghams mercerized batiste, white
at less than wholesale and pink wash crepe, white
prices. Supply you wants Swisses; every piece an ex.
at this remarkable Clear- ceptional bargain at this
ance Price. Clearance Price.
75c to 90c colored Dress
Voiles, 40 and 42 inches
wide; in a choice assort
ment of figured and flow
ered colored designs, small
and conventional patterns
for neat dresses Splendid
variety; unusual Sale Price.
Fifty-cent grade, 36 inches
wide, fine quality cambric
at less than muslin prices;
excellent wearing for un
derwear. A real bargain.
Lace trimmed; regular
!1.50 values, in a splendid
variety of lace designs and
insertions. E x ceptional
Clearance Price 19c Yd
Several splendid patterns in
stripes and flowers for the
hot summer wear, get an
extra dress of this remark
able Sale Pi ice Voile.
You recognize Flaxon by its
retaining sheerness; 75c
regular genuine colored
Maxons in a good selection
of dainty colored patterns
for dresses and children's
Special 6 for 25c.
Excellent quality hemmed
handkerchiefs; regular 8c
values, offered during the
Clearance Sale at this re
markable Bargain Price.
CREPE, 44c Yard.
Colored Striped Jap Crepe,
regular 75c seljer, in a beau
tiful variety of colored
stripes, for men s shirts,
boys' wear and children's
dresses. None better for
wear and washing, at a re
markable Reduced Price.
FLOUNCING, 75c Yd.
Organdie Flouncing 42 to
45 inches wide, worth $1 .75
and $2.00 yard; open em
broidered designs patterns,
mounted on a very sheer
Swiss organdie. Exception
$1.50 regular, double tip
ped, all pure silk gloves,
come in white and black,
brown and other colors.
"Extra Heavy" grade of
silk wearing gloves. At this
remarkable Clearance Price.
Special 10c Each.
Packed and sealed, soft fin
ish nan dke rchiels. Regular
1 5c seller. Limited amount
to each customer at this at
tractive Sale Price.
Extraordinary values up to
Children's Muslin and Long
cloth Nightgowns, sizes 4 to
1 4 years old. Daintily
trimmed in laces and cm
broideries. This is a won
derful nightgown sale,
made possible through the
KNIT BLOOMERS I
Pink Knit Bloomers, regu- j
lar 75c, with elastic waist
and knee bands. Sizes for I
women, .misses and chi!-
dren. Special Bargain. j
Clearance Price, $1.10
Fine Nainsook Lace Chem
ise, values up to $2.00, of
fered in this sale at one I
tempting Bargain Price.
These chemise are trimmed
in laces, insertions and satin
ribbons. This is considered j
the greatest value given.
Of Children's Muslin j
Children's Muslin Night
Special, Reduced to 1
45c Each. j
Sizes 2 to 8 years old, val-
ues up to 75c. Bleached
and lace trimmed, slightly
soiled, offered for quick
35c Pair j
Th ree pairs for $1.00. Ex- ;
cellent quality bleached
cambric muslin drawers for '
small children; trimmed in
edge embroideries; special
value in this Clearance Sale.
EMBROIDERY SALE I
18c Yard J
Narrow embroidery edgings, j
regular 25c and 30c values;
dainty assortment of open i
and closed patterns; beauti
ful scalloping, neatly finish
ed designs. Extra Special.
fM Pun,p and 0xford S I
JZglRs on the sole of the foot
r"L 4 S by tkain9 off the Pressure
iBSh&N B fSL. ' tBl L which caused them.
'W "EL . I , When from 111 fitting shoes
frnr X. XL Jb Jffniin'l or other causes, the mus-
h3)t&$ . n 1 ligaments of Hie
yfrSy-N more of the little bones
JH Syv that form the ball of the
FT ) t"t .1 jA fBBB foot, slip out of place, thi?
7ir Ik $ULI flT im W I3u condition increases the
. (I WK H pressure on some point in
fl , i-ry 1 SfltvT bksAh the sole and a callous is
J I I 4M fflfi Inserts of different thlck-
isar J I W Wm nesse.e in tho overlapping
'Ajv per pair pocket, or
Ji Your choice of 12 new styles of women's pumps fJjs
and oxfords, in black, brown and white leathers, f
n " A with all the new heels; all sizes and widths. . " BllIL,DE:RS
L- j and Callous Relievers
iTl( They are values from $11.00 to $15.00. raise the displaced bones
P"CrS) I iXV G'r original positions,
wvj ! liSJ 1 1 giving instant relief.
13 II VVli Ell J Our Foot Expert" has been
Sfflr S specinlly trained in the
iRsvV m . Wizard System of Foot '
" XSfoX . DON'T PUT THIS OFF THE GREATEST Correction and all of our
cuc r , ,r cc-AcriM salespeople are trained
P SALE OF I HL SLAbON shoe fitters.
i & Thomas ' I