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6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING. JULY 26, 1920.)
I s DIMD O S
I g: Littlefield After Names of For
mer Service Men Entitled
1 to Benefits
Roundup of all former pervlee men
PE who are entitled to vocational training
PLl at the expense of the government
PJ l through physical disability received
PPPJ through, or traceable to military ser
PPPJ I vice. Is now In full swing in ogden un
PPH dcr the direction of J C. Littlefield,
PPPJ field director of the service for this
PPPJ district Mr. Littlefield announced to-
PPPJ clay that all service men who believe
B , they are entitled to vocational courses
should get In touch with him lmmo
PPV dlately In order that preparations
PPH may be made for their entering school
PPI
PPP At a recent conference- in Denver.
PPfl Mr. Littlefield was appointed as dlrec-
tor for tho district including Weber.
B Davis and Morgan counties, north
V through Brujham City In Box Eldei
county and the Coalville district In
Summit county. Former service men
In the area should apply to Mr. Llttle
field for training or any Information
regarding vocational education.
ROUNDUP UNDER W.
P Efforts are being made to conclude
fl the roundup beforo the colleges and
H commercial schools open for the fall
H terms and prepare all men BO they
mav enter promptly. For this reason
immediate action is necessary on the
I part of the men who desire entrance
Several gden men have recently
H been placed In training through the
local department and are now undcr
going courses which will place them
in coml-pi mg i ini ms vs.ien their
1 1 schooling completed These men
are: Frank B. Wheeling, taking course
In dental surgery at the College of
H Dental Surgery In Lx nver Thomas B
Robinson, taking farm mechanics at
H I'tah Agricultural college; Clyde M.
P Olsen. taking placement training in
H fur work at the Hudson Hay Fur com
P pany In Bait Lake; Ted .lory, taking
H course In animal husbandry at Utah
H Agricultural college- Carl Hansen,!
H taking auto mechanics at Hemphill
H Brothers school In Salt Lake, Jesse H.
HI Fifieid, taking general agricultural
Hl course, Utah Agricultural college:
---l Francis Coy, general grl ultun Utah
H Agricultural college; Harold 14c-
Knight, entered for mechunical traln
HH ing in University of Utah this fall;
j E. Lleser, to take coiftSSS in fmger-
HH , I print Identification under Dick Woot
HHj ton. deputv sheriff I , V. "Qlbbs, place-
H ! I ment work in training and salesman
HH ship with Pacific Mutual Insurance
I KES ARE SOUGHT.
HH Mr. Littlefield todav announced the
H names of several men who have been
approved for training or who should
HI appear to clenr up difficulties with
HHH their papers, and who have been un-
HHJ able to be found through hange of
HHJ address. The majority of these men,
HHJ he said, are awarded courses and
HHJ should get In touch with him at once
HHJ in order that the might enter school
HH in the fall. The men sought are: Her-
HHVJ bert J Wlcks: John T. Argintham
HHJ Leonard Weaver. Byron A Shaeffer,
HHJ Elton C. Langsworth. Walter God-
HHJ dard. Frank H Ward, Peter Vander-
HHHJ pool. Jeremiah Tleljen. Adelbert O.
Hj Davison, Gordon Wlrrlck and Clifford
B. Greenwell.
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Collision on Street
I Leads to Court Fine
A T. Lafrenlere. charged with reck
less driving, appeared in the city court
this morning and pleaded not guilty
He is reported to have- collided with B
1 Utah Power A Light truck yesterday
afternoon, after having skidded finy
fect. The accident happened at the
' corner of Twenty-fourth street and
Adams avenue.
Iafrcnlere stated that he was un
acquainted with Ogden traffit laws.
a&dl had discovered that his brakes'
were not In working order only when
his car started to Bkid. He was fined
I Valuable Papers Are
I ' Taken From Residence
Lars Hansen. 71 S Harlow Lane, re
ported to the police that his house
was entered yesterday between-12 and
I 8 o clock last evening A bank-book,
stock certificate and an insurance pol
icy, together with other important
papers, were taken
I SUGAR BEET
AUTOMATIC DUMP
ING RACK
May also be used for haul
ing hay, manure, tomatoes,
etc.
Perfect in construction and
operation.
The Best on the Market
New Patent
C. HANDLEY CO.
2248 Hudson Ave.
Call and See Me for Your
PRINTING
Lowest Prices Consistent With
Quality Work
CHAS DEE
2428 Hudson Phone 792 M
V i ,J
I warn j I iiarr
jOGDEN TAXES TO
BE NO HIGHER
Mayor Francis Gratified Over
Condition Which Means
No Greater Burden
Ogden Is the only city in Utah that
'has not Increased Its tax rate this car
despite the fact that material In
creases In salaries have necessarily
lbecn made in practically all depart
ments, according to Mayor Frank
! Francis, who this morning went over
the city budget with City Auditor Ar
thur F. Iarson and reviewed the ex
penditures of the present year. The
low tax rale is made possible. It was
j explained, due to Increased efficiency
of departments.
I Mayor Francis gave credit for this
efficiency to his associates and Audi
tor Larson, whom, he said have done
'all In their power to keep expendi
1 lures to a minimum and still main
tain the administration on a high
standard. Their work has made this
possible, he declared.
Tho review of the budget Is be'ng
made to determine in what condition
the finances of the city are now In.
it was explained, and to work out the
tax rate so It might not exceed that
of last year, 8 05 mills It was de
clared that the finances are In such
shape that the tax rat will remain
the same as In 1919
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KNEIPP TO TALK
01 FOREST PLANS
Proposed Consolidation of Two
Units of Service Stirs Up
Warm Protest
i
! L. F. Knelpp, district forester, will
depart tonight for Kcmmerer. Wyo., to i
attend a public meeting to be held at
thai City tomorrow afternoon regard
ing the proposed consolidation of thej
Wyoming for st with tho Bridge? andi
Caribou forests
Mi. Kneipp toda slated that this
question has aroused considerable in
U (rest throughout southwestern Wyo
ming, and representatives from all
cyl( organisations In this portion of(
the state nr expected to be present.
One of the reasons for the forest
service wishing to consolidate the for
ests Is to reduce malnralnance expenses
It 16 stated.
Mr, Knelpp wftl address the meeting
and will advance the views of the for
est service regarding the consolidation.
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You Will Save Money
by Buying Coal
Now
We feel obligated to advise our
.friends und patrons that now is the
; opportune time to lay In youi coal sup
I ply for the coming winter, which is
only a few months ahead of us. uur
reason for making this statement Is
I ih.t on or about beplember 1st there
will be an advance In fre'ght rutes,
a;ul some of the mine operators have
already served notice on us that an
advance of 50 cents per ton f. o. b.
cars mines takes effect today.
Our delivered price per ton of 2000
pounds Is as follows. Lump $9.25;
nut 75 slac k $6 75.
We do not know what the Increase!
In freight will bo, but It Is safe to as-1
aurne that It will be more than 60 1
I cents per ton. fc!o, with additional I
f i eight charges, and the increase at
the mine. It Is easy to figure that wlth-
In a very short period coal will be
from $1.00 to 1.50 per ton higher to
the consumer than It Is today.
So, briefly we urge upon all who
have not ordered their winter's sup-1
ply, to place their orders with us at
once, and by so doing you will not
only have tho comfort and satisfac
tion of having your coal bin filled for
I the winter, but you will get at a re
duced price you will pet the kind of
coal you want, while later on you will
i ii; what you can get. If you can gel
any. At thlstlme you will also get
100 per cent coal, and later you will
I get approximately per runt coal
land 10 per cent moisture as what coal
Is shipped us during the winter months
lr in open cars, and dining stormy
weather It Is Impossible for ua to de
liver dry coal
All orders entrusted to us will have
our best and direful attention Serv
ice and satisfaction guaranteed We
handle only the best L'tab. coals.
OGDEN SEWER FIFE & CLAY CO.
Phone 141. W. B. POHTERFIELD.
Manager.
j Receives Broken Arm
in Motorcycle Fa!!
While attempting to pass two auto
mobiles l.ound for Salt Lake from
Ogden estrday afternoon, A Marsh,
ridinR a motorcycle, received a broken
arm when he fell to the pavement af
ter loelnK control of his machine. .
I The rar tire of the machine Is nald
to have skidded throwing Marsh with
great force to the pavement. He is
employed bv thf government as a
truck driver at the Kden arsenal He
was attended by Dr Nelson.
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! WOMEN'S AID TO VETERANS
IS BADLY NEEDED NOW
SALT LAKE, July 26 The work of
the Service Star Legion Is needed more
non than ever before according to
Mrs. C A Tusch, a member of tho
federal board of vocational education
and councillor for the San Francisco
district, who is In Palt Lake visiting
with members of the local organiza
tion. There are more than 4 00 disabled
men In Ftah, according to Mrs. Tu9ch
and steps to erect a clubhouse In this
City for their use will be taken In the
near future Vocational training will
be one of th subjects to bo special
ly d In by the men. It is said.
SCOUT LUGGAGE
COESTO PARK
Equipment and Supplies for
75 Men and Boys Are Sent
to Yellowstone
Prtniptly at i 80 o'clock this morn
ing a large two-ton truck piloted by
D. 5 Telford, departed from igden
bound for Fellowstone National park
carrying equipment and supplies for
the party of 75 boy scouts and offi
cials who are scheduled to depart for
the park next Wednesday evening.
Camping equipment together with
'eats" galore were loaded la the truck
etrrday and plana for the trip com
pleted. The truck Is in charge of D. F.
Dad ' .Steele.
V. O Hidces, Mr and Mrs. Frank
Balr and Scouts Glen Koeder, Arthur
' Griffith. Hurold Carlson and Harris
i Ridges are also making the trip with
j the machine. The truck is scheduled
' to arrive at the west entrance to the
j park late Tuesday evening Early
Thursday morning tho motor part)
'is scheduled to have the first moil
prepared for the scouts who are due
to arrive that morning.
Seventy-five boy scouts of Ogden.
Including officials and Dr. Charles G.
I Plummet of Salt Lakc and two scouts
from Salt Lake will depart from Og
den at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday even
ing en route io Yellowstone National
I park. here they will spend two
I weeks.
Scoutmasters of Troops 23, 16, 3.
13, 4 and 21 ar busy arranging do-
I tails for the trip.
Scout Executive G- A. Goates and
other scout officials are scheduled to
' make the trip Troop 16 was Inspect
ed early toda by Commissioner Y
G. King, 1'resldent George Goddard
land tho executive committee. The
remaining troops will ln inspected at
Central l'ark this evening at 7 30
o'clock.
The entire party will be met at the
west entrance to the park by Horace
AlbrlKht, superintendent of the park,
Dr J. E. Skinner, park naturalist,
and Van Wykc, official guide.
The parly Is scheduled to hike more
than 200 miles through the wonder
land before returning, nccordlnj? to
Scout Executive G A. Goates
BOY CORN WIZARD
BREAKS RECORD
FREMONT. Ind. Prejton Moody. I
15, Is the champion Junlor'corn-crow -,
er of this state. He won tho title In
tho Purdue University contest by rals-
Ing 147. 3 bushels of corn on an acre:
of ground near hlj home here Six-'
teen hundred boys and girls entered i
thr contest. This u a new recoid In!
Indiana corn production.
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AUTHOR ESTHERS
FACTS ON STATE
Dr. George Wharton James
Furnished With Material
at Forest Service
I Dr. George Wharton James of Pasa
dena, who has written several hooks
regarding western states. u..s ., visitor)
at the U S forest offices this mom
, Ing. Dr. James, according to J. E.
I Scott, national forest examiner, is
I preparing to write a book on I'tah and
J sought information regarding the for-j
et.-t of this state
He sojgbt at the local forent he.ld
I quarters, material which would fur-'
inlsh him with aci urate data i '-g irding
1 Ills braiirh of ihr- department of arl-,
Dr. James, Mr. Scott stated, has not
Written fiction only, but has compiled
sceral valuable books regarding re
sources, recreational advantages. In-!
'dutlir- . i r i . 1 other features r:" srwral)
western states He will start imme
diately on the book regarding Utah, It
Is reported.
A 7.000-word chapter, with 22 Illus
trations and a map, were supplied Dr.
James.
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Forest Inspector Is
Here on Business
Forest Inspector Clinton G. Smith,
formerly eseistani district forester at
the local forest headquarters In charge
of forest management, has arrived In
Ogden for a three weeks' Inspection
trip
He left Ogdoji three j t-ars ago to
accept a position at Washington, D. C,
as forest inspector.
Forcyt Inspector Smith was at the
local OfflCea this morning if-newing
old acquaintances und preparing for
an Investigation tour w hich win extend
for about three weeks. He will then
leave for Missoula. Mont . headquar
ters of District No. 1.
Por Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phono No. 56.
RANDOM
REFERENCES
Coso Dismissed The case of R. E
Kolison charged with operating a mo
tor vehicle after dark without the
proper llKht., was dismissed by Judge
I' U. Roberts this morning on recom
mendation of Assistant City Attorney
Samuel Powell. Robson, It appeared,
had experienced trouble with his lights
and was on his way to a garage to
have them repaired when arrested.
Ogden Typewriter House ror type
writers and repair., "422 Hudson Ave.
'hono 236.
Walcli Stolen "Pearl Clark 22.'.s
Van Buren avenue reported the theft
of a sold watch to the police this
iooi iiln'. She nald the timepiece had
been taken from her wrist while she
was comlnp In from Lagoon Saturday
night The watch was valued at 115.
Phor.e 602 for messenger.
Mayor to Travel Mayor and Mr?
Frank Francis and the Francis c fc 11
dren will leave Ogden for a tour of
Yellowstone park Thursday, according
to an announcenienl made this morn
ing. The trip wlil consume one week, j
Lav and Motions Probate law and
motions hold the calendar lodoy In
both Judg? A. W. Agee's and Judge A.
E Prill's division of ihe district court.
.'o cases are scheduled during the
morniDg o rrti'teruoon sessions
Cook Back W. P. Cook, clerk of
Judge A W Agie'B division of the dis
trict court, was back at his desk this
morning after two weeks' vacation.
Scouts Arrive Twenty-five bo;
scouts, members of Troop 1 of San
Jose, Cal., arrived in I 'Kden today
from the coast en route to Yellow
stone national park. The scouts were
accompanied ' Scoutmaster Georg
Hoalev. Thev will spend lhr-c Kffkx
lr. the park, hiking more than 300
miles while there, it Is said.
Abrahnm Lincoln Circle. Members
of Abraham Lincoln Circle, Ladles of I
the Q, A. R will meet at 1.30 o'clock,
July 27, at the Kirkendall funeral
chapel. Ritualistic services will be
held for Lucy Stephens
Party of Tourists One hundred and
fifty-one tourists from Chicago and
other eastern points were to arrive In
I 'gden this afternoon bound for Yel
lowstone national park The part
was scheduled to Journey to Ogden
canyon prior to departing for the
north.
Arcntson Home Carl B Arentson,
assistant In the office of operation,
irrlved In Ogden this morning after
ha Ing completed a "eneral Inspection
trip through the Ash forest. Ho re
ports that conditions on the forest are
good.
Work Started. Work on the Lund
i f'lar road has been started, accord
ing to Ii W Matteson of the United
States bureau of public road6. Tho
I will require 400 working days
before it is finished, u is said. It will
be 33 3 mlle3 long.
Bids Wanted Bids for the construc
tion work of the Manf.l-Plgeon hollow
road will be rccehed at the United
States bureau of public roads offices
tomorrow according to word given out
today by road officials Bids on th
Ogden canyon road will bo opened
tomorrow. Construction work Is to be
started at once.
Prlrkctt Here. H W. Prlckctt.
manager of the traffic sen. Ice bureau
of Utah, was in conference with local
railroad officials at the Wober club
todao R presentatlves of the OreKon
Short Line, Southern Pa Iflc Union
Pacific, Bamberger Electric and Utah
Idaho Central were present.
Going to Nevada. A. B. Brown and
R J. Finch of the United States bu
reau of public roads offices, depart
ed yesterday for points In Nevada
on a road Inspection tour While in
Nevada they Will confer with Dr. A.
Hughes. Inspector of roads for tho
western district.
Married Hero Clarence Henry
Lamberson Of Idaho Falls was mar
ried In the county clerk's office this
morning to .Miss Flora Martha Rupg
of Ogden. by Bishop O. M Sanderson
A marriage license was Issued to Ar
thur B Benner and Miss Lula P.
Chrlstensen, both of Evanston, Wyo
REAL LSTATF. TRANSFERS
Jes:;e A. Child and wlfo to Jens A.
Anderson part s. w. quarter section 7,
and part n w. quarter section 18,
township S n. r. 1 west, $1000
E. W Cannady and wife to Julian
M . Bambergei. loLs 8, 9 and 1", block
9, Central Park addition, $500
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CHARGES SOCIALIST BAND
MADE REVENGE ATTACK
NEW YORK. July 26 Assembly
man Louis CuOIHer charged today in
the Harlem court that he had been at
tacked and assaulted by a ' Socialist
stronp arm squad." seeking reenge
on him for his legislative activities
last winter in tho ousting of the five
Socialist assemblymen at Albanv Mr
Cuvlllier said he lost two teeth and
that his eye glasses were broken
Tho assemblyman described the al
leged attack which, occurred two
weeks ago when he appeared In court
to defend a client, who claimed to
hae been assaulted b' a Socialist
The Finnish Socialist society head
quarters in Harlem was described by
Mr Cuvlllier as "a nest of Holshexlsts
who have fenmd strong-arm squads to
patrol the districts' and beat up Demo
crats and Republicans in revenge for
the ousting of their representatives at
Albany "
Assemblyman , Cuvlllier said he
mlRht lay the matter before the attorney-general
for investigation
JEWS OF MANY NATIONS
ATTEND RELIEF MEETING
PARIS, Jul" 26. Ninetv delegates,
representing 60 organizations from
dlffi rent parts of the globe, have al
ready reached here on their way to
attend the Jewish fortieth relief con
ference which has been called by the
committee of Jewish delegations In
Paris. The conference will open at
the Ktirhaua Carlsbad, on August 1
It will deliberate on Ways of recon
structing war and pogrom ruined
Jewish lands.
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BANKER'S SON IS KILLED
AND GIRL HURT IN CRASH
LOS ANGELES; Calif.. Jul 20
Ashby H Keency. on of Seth A Kcc
BantS Barbara bank president
anil former owner of the Brooklyn
Dally Eagle was killed and an uniden
tified girl was seriously injured Sun
day when an automobile In, which the
Wi re riding overturned on an embank
ment a. few miles west of here.
SPORT PROGRAM
AT CITY'S PARK
Community Service Day Will
Be Observed at Lorin Farr
Park Next Friday
Community Service da- will be cele
brated at Lorln Parr park next Friday I
afternoon, according to an announce- i
ment made todav bj H W Arbury, In
charge of community service work
here
Starting promptly at 2 30 o'clock
I two baseball games between four ofi
the best indoor baseball Hubs of the1
;cli will be played. The two winning
aRgregfit Ions will clash at 4 o'clock for
the city championship These games
will be tho opening numbers on the
r i r (I
Singing dancing and other phases
of athletics will he featured until
evening. The party is open to the:
entire city, according to Mr. Arhuri I
and all are Invited to attend
In the evening Ralntl k Bristol will
address those present on 'Community'
Service ' Mayor Frank Francis Will
also deliver an address thcr speak-1
ers will l.e named during the week
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NEW CHANCELLOR
MEETS ALLIES J
4 j
PR
Latest portrait of Dr. Fehrenbach,
new German chancellor, who has been
at Spa for some time, meeting the al
lied premiers who are arranging terms'
for the payment of reparations.
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Society
v
F VRKWRLL P VRTY.
fembers of the Ladles' Auxiliary
to the Order of Railway Conductors
entertained at a farewell party In com
pliment to Mrs J W. Decker, last
rhur-cl.iv even I ii l: ,i ' the home of Mr
J. H. Rhine on Fowler avenue. Five
hundred was played during the even
ing with prizes won by Mrs. J. Booth,
Mrs. C. Wlnans and John Holden
Light refreshments were served. A
dainty auxlllarj pin w.-im pre tented to
the guest of honor. Mrs Decker will
leave In the near future for her home
In Mexico. Mrs. L. W Haves pre
sented the pin.
RETURN FROM VACATION.
Mr and M,-.s Thomas J. Holland
and son, Tommy, have returned to Og
den after a vacation of thii.- weeks
spent in Wyoming and at Bear Lake.
ANNUAL OUTING.
Members of the Ladles' Auxiliary
to the "rder of Railway Conductors
will attend the annual outing of the
fraternity to be held Wednesday.
LEAVE FOR YELLOW STONE.
Dr. and Mrs J F Morrison will
leave this evening for a trip through'
Yellowstone park They expect, to be
gone for ten days or two weeks.
t VTritTUW i imi vrc
, G Frank Zimmerman entertained
some of his classmates of 1315 at a
6 30 o'clock dinner laul Thursday ev
ening. The party was given In com
pliment to Edgar Johnston of Spo
kane, Wash. Covers were laid for
Edgar Johnston. Archie Moyes, Wen
da 1 Fitzgerald, Edwin Hobhf Fa
Fraker and G Frank Zimmerman.
BASKET LUNCHEON.
The Ugden Britannic assOi latlon will
hold a basket luncheon this evening
I at Lorln Farr park Members are
to meet at the park at 7 o'clock. An
entertainment program has been pre
I pared
RET I' li.N ED FROM MS1T.
Mrj. Ruth P. Johnson has returned
I from a week-end visit in Logan anJ
I Lewlston, I'tah. Mis. Johnson return-
i ed last evening.
i
LBAl E OGDEN.
Mr.? Evelyn Glusinaiin and Mrs H
G. Blackman aro visiting at Lava Hotj
Springs. They will be gone indefi
nitely. t VISITS OGDEN.
George fc Wilkinson of Kansas is
visiting In Ogden as the gutdt of Mr.
and Mrs John I-arr.
MEETING DEFERRED
The meeting of the Live Oak club,
which was set for Wednesday, has
been postponed.
FARMER-LABORITES fJAME
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
INDIANAPOLIS', Ind. July 26. J.
M Zlon was nominated for governor
by the Farmr-Labor party here Sun
day over Francis J Dillon of Indian
apolis. Mr Dillon was the party's
choice for United States senator. Mr
Zlon Is a farmer. A full state ticket
was named.
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PROMINENT KANSXN DIES.
TuPEKA. Kas., July 26. t hurles
S. Gleed, 64. one of the owners of the
Kansas City Journal and a. director
of the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fc
railroad, died hero yesterday. Me
practiced law here ttiirtj-flve years
SAVINf On Summer Footwear for H
u'rawflllSij everyone in Ihe Family
Here is a real opportunity to bring Thrift into Ariion Check and
famlly'G footwear needs, and take advantage of our desire to clean out
summer stockc.
HIGH HEEL PUMPS .SPECIAL ASSORTMENT llVf:
Here 13 an assortment of White. Canvas Pumps, j,
values running up to $12. Brcwi and Black Vici and
All high grade pumps of Black Patents, both low ,
fered at exceptionally low and high heels All excel
Price $6 85 lent values $4.C5
BARGAINS IN OXFORDS BLACK AND TAN SHOES Jf,':'
Here are our regular $12 More $12 value footwear
Packard oxfords in nearly at an exceptionally low I-
all sizes, in both black and price. Practically all sizes.
tan, offered for only $8 65 Real bargains at $0.6r- I ';
WHITE CANVAS
BABIES' SLIPPERS
SLIPPERS
Comfortable little 6lippers
for the tiny tot3 Sizes 2 Pretty little white canvas
to 5. Black and tan. This slippers for the bab.es.
month only for. . . $1.48 Sizes frcm 21 : to 5. For-
merly sold for $2. Now 98c
2356 Wash Zg OGDEN, H
Avenue Wl4l&t&& UTAH
Ibr Oood Shoe4-
j Deaths and Funeral
ROACH Funeral services for Mr?.
I J. J Roach, who died In Oakland
July 23, will be held In the First
! Christian church of Ogden, .Madison
avenue and Twenty-fourth street, at
I 10 o'clock Wednesday morning.
The bodv may bo viewed at the
, Kirkendall funeral ' hapel, until to
, of Mrs a D Baker, 130 W Twenty
I morrow evening and then at the home
seventh street, until 9 o'clock Wednes
day morning
Mrs Roach was a resident of Ogden
I for iran years until last November
: when she rfnd Mr. Roach removed to
' lakland.
CILVKR George W Culver, of
'igden died suddenly from apoplexv at
Los Angeles. Jul 30 He was bom
In Indiana. February 22, 1S56, and!
has been a resident of gden for thej
'last twenty-five -ars. His death came
as a shock to his family and manyi
friends He Is 'survived by his wife.!
Mrs. Catherine Culver, daughters, Ar-,'
cadla Culver and Mrs C. I- Westlake
of San Francisco, and sons, H D. Cul
ver and George W. Culver, Jr.. of this
citv. The body, accompanied by Mrs 1
Catherine Culver. George YV Culver.
Jr and Mrs C. L, Westlake. will arrive
nils evening at f o ClOCK services win
I be held at the Presbyterian church j
j Wednesday. Julv 28, at ! 80 p. m. Rev.
J E Carver will officiate, The bodv
may be viewed at the home. 2 5 5 7 I
1 Jackson avenue. Tuesdav afternoon
land evening and Wednesdav until the
I . ,
tlmo of the services. Burni Ogden M -,
City ocmcterv. (
MILLER Funeral services for Mrs. I
Gencvra Shaw Miller, wife of Fred- iSV
erick Miller, were held yestordaj at Ur
the HarrlsvlUe meeting house with 'j -
Bishop's Counsellor Horace L. Shurt- Kfy
Uff conducting. The speakers were ft
Leander B. Harris, Fred G. Taylor. K!f
President Jamea W ntherspoon and W I
H. Lowder. "Father In Heaven" and Kit
Crossing the Bar," were sung by the srafcl'';
trio, George. Lemuel and Vlrgle Web- Bbf' '
ster. Mrs Bertha F. Luddington sang, SfJuf'
"A Porfect Dav" and "My Loved One -
Rest-' Mrs. Iretta Fife Lindsay gave WmL i
"Oh My Father." The ward Relief W V.
society attended the services In a body W Br;i
and acted as flower-bearers. Inter- I Jju2r'-i;'
ment. was In igden Cltv cemetery Tho I t
grave was dedicated by C. J. A. Llnd- ft w '
quist. j
STEPHF.NS. Lucy Stephens. 61; IK
years of age, died Sunday at a local MBCr
hospital She Is survived bv two sons,
Fred R. and B R Batllce Funeral Wpr
services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 Ihjswi
o'clock at the Kirkendall funeral eha- AeR!!
pel Iniirment will be In the Moun- mM, -M
tain View cemetery. Ritualistic ser- "H
vices of the Women of Woodcraft will isWwfl
be held at the grave. isbbbIbbbr
RHODE ISLAND BANK IS 'I
ROBBED BY 5 BANDITS
CENTRAL FALLS. R. I . July 26 HB
The Credit t'nion Francais bank was iSBBPIifl
held up todav bj five robbers who fled ISBM' 7
In an automobile with $1 1,000. ssw '
Jjplrljjjm Multi- f
''Mk- PR Colored l,
wSylBS Stripes Wk
mPf shtrtl ' J
IF you want to 5ee some very
striking patternings in silk shirts
you want to see these. The de
signers who conceived them surely
were artists in color combining.
Beautiful striped color tones on ave
nues of white or light shades in fine
crepes, jersey silks, rub silks or heavy
weighf broadcloths.
$10 to $15 values now
I $7.95 Is
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