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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, September 07, 1920, LAST EDITION, Image 12',
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TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920. jZ, IV41U14 4 OGPEN. UTAH
I. Joseph Ballantyne
announces the re-opening of his Studio of Music Friday,
Those desiring convenient periods should make ap
plication at once.
Consultations Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
STUDIO 2539 Orchard Ave. Phone 1615
I Fashion Show Views
To Receive Airing At
j Tonight's Meeting
I With a View to bringing about a def
lnatc decision with regard to the pro
posed reviving of Ogden's l'ashlon
Show and Harvest Festival, buslnesa
men of Ogden will meet at the Weber
club tonight for n free discussion.
The meeting will be called to order
at 7:30 o'clock.
This meeting Is to be held in con
nection with an Investigation ol con
ditions made i.y John Spargo. He
was selected by the I Kl.n Chamber
of Commerce as a committee of one
to determine what x.ntiment then
was for UOn a f.ill t.tlal us Offden
conducted In previous y.ars. His In
quiry resulted in his recommending
U. P. TO TAKE
yp COAL CASE
Fuel Men Meet at Denver on
Utah's Intention Not to
I Increase Rate,s
That the Union Pacific railroad will
H fiKht the decision recently
H by the public utiljtej commslon against
u raise on fnUht in I'tah on
H coal Is the information given out to-
day by local railroad officials. H a.
h Scandrett, comim-rce conn' il for th.-
Union Pacific, conferred irltb
H etine last Saturday, and with repre-
H sentatlves of various
H including L. II. of th.- Jon Coal
H company of ogden, N. R. Erlckson of
H the Ogden Premier company offices
H and H C. kfarchant the Superior
H Rock Springe ol Ogden. The Ogden
H men retuno d yestordaj from Denver.
It wa.i originally to
the rates on I'tah coal Beptember 1.
H but this action has hem withheld pend-
ing action by the railroad official.
H More than tons of Wyoming
H coal are shipped into I'tah yearly, it
H Ik stated, and under the present rul-
H ing id' th" public utilities commission
I'tah COal would Mil at more than $1
H a ton cheaper to the consumers than
H No definite decision was rendered
H at the two conferences, according to
Mr. Brtekson of the Premier Coal
H company, but expe ted that rail-
H road offlclala win rented the situation
H within a few days. I'ntll that time
the advance in coal win not be felt
H it is
PLAYS GREAT BOLE IK
PICTURE AT OGOEH
H a tnd persons lit to
H the screen was seen Ht tile Ogden The
atrs Sundaj and y ti da) when Wll
liam l'aversham made bis debut under
H I,' wis J Ml
H "The Man Who Lost Himself." a
H drama which, althouKh based upon a'
H remarkable phdca! resemblance.
nsvorfhelesg la both logical and en
H Mr. fmvai ham baa been;
H cast as Victor Jones, the
stranded American who Im persona tsi
H deoeased Bngllshman
H of title, and he acts with that reserve
H and restraint that have made his stage
H characterisations so popular with the1
H the.it re-iroinn public of two continents.
It is such pictures as tht ne that will
H advance the art of the cinema with,
p. Klant f-trtdes and add to the eer-gruw-
Ing clientele wbo are selecting their
H screen entertainment with greater1
H discrimination A pretty and unusual
H love story Interwoven with th,- plot
H proper, and Mr. Favrraham In these
H tffcencs Is as charming as he is doml
H nut ing In the more dramatic passages'
Sumptuous settings and a superla
R supporting cast combined with'
H an Intelligent story excellently dl
H I., ted make "The Man Who Ixet
R Himself a more than usually attract-j
RRRRRRRR lee screen entertainment.
Little Excitement in
Ogden on Labor Day
H l-abor Day passed without the usual
RJ ejLcltement and accidents In the rity
H which ge nsrall) eome with holldayi
RRRRRRRRJ and crowds acrnrdlnc to
the sheriff" department who reported
1 that they were nut called into action'
RRRRRRRRJ .niuinm during the day. There:
H weVe a few minor automobile accidents 1
H tftUch came from he slipper) straa
RRRRRRRRJ tuTing the rainstorm ut not one per-
RH sss iri)ir,-,i or tiie , i r srers nol
RJ RJ iRed more th,
fa mass meeting for a fr. e discussion
I of the proposition.
Among the speakers at tonight's,
meeting will be Fred G. Taylor, presi
dent of the old Fashion Show organ- I
ization; .lohn Spargo, who will sum uj '
the results of his inquiry; J. St 11-
!wel secretary of the Cgden Cham
ber of Commerce, and W. L, Watlis,
president of the club.
Whether the fall festival will DC J
revived or whether it shall be killed
depepdS ujon th action taken at to-j
I nik'ht's meeting. In order that the
decision arrived at shall be reprs-1
Isentatlve. an urgent appenl to attend;
i is Issued to all business men of Og- ;
PLENTY DUCKS !
Federal Official Reports Few
Sick: Local Sportsmen to
The nionlhlv meeting of the Weber
County Hod and Gun a.-.soclatlon will
lr held. at the Weber county court
house Friday evening at 8 o'clock ac-
! cording to Sccretay Arthur Larson.
One of the chief points to be dis-i
CUSsed will be (he opcniiie of the duck
season, which will ODSn 'ctober 1 anvil
(clone December 31. This season the
ducks are more numerous than in any
previous season according to Irving C. i
Kmmett. assistant United States game'
; warden, who h is been In Ogden forj
I more than a month InSDedting the pro-
Col. Fredendal Passes on Bids
and Forwards Them to
Lieut. Col. Ira L. Fredendal. con
structing quartern raster for the WOSt
'ern army department at Fort Mason.
San Francisco, conferred with lor.ii
officers on bids submitted for the Og
'den arsenal this morning.
In company with Major "ra Bundy
land Captain W P. Katz of the arsenal,
Col- Fredendal Inspected the opera
tions now going on at the arsenal site.
I Latcr the bids were passed upon b j
the colonel and forwarded to Washing-!
ton with instructions and iocommen-
idations. The contract for the con
struction work will be let during the
present week, according to the offi
cers in charge, the work to be started
V Minn ten days from the day the con-J
tract is awarded
Colonel Fredendal departed today
for Los Angeles and San Idego In com
pany with Mrs Fredendal He will in -1
9 peel troop: at San Diego before re
turning to his headquarters at San,
Federal Engineers !
Back From Inspection
B. B. Kidder and M. D. Williams!
Of the United BtalSS bureau of publli
LrOadS offices here, returned yesterday'
from an Inspection tour of flic lleber
Fruitland road in eastern I'tah. They
report work on the road is progress-1
Ing nicely, a large portion of the road
having already been completed.
A. B. Brown and W X. PrickStad, I
engineers, departed today for points
In Nevada where they Will inspect va-!
nous roads in that state. They will
be away ten days.
R, I... Urban, clerk, returned yester
day from the Warm Rivet-Yellowstone
piojcet whore he inspected the books
for the workings in that vicinity. De- j
los Murph returned from the Sevier-j
Cove Fort project and departed today
lor the St ir Valley road in Wyoming
Where hp will be assigned for some;
time. Dlstfict Engineer 15 J. Finch
w ill depart tomorrow for Idaho on in-j
Fair Tonight and
Although last night brought chilling
winds that nimlc overcoats a common i
sight in the citv. tin- temperature was
several degrees higher than during the
cold ppell of last week, according to I
the report of the wether bureau. The
minimum temperature last night w IS
fo degrees, as against 42 last week
Yesterday's maximum was 7.1 deffrei
"Fair tonight and Wednesday," Is
the prediction of the United BtatCS
weather bureau which arrived this
posed migratory bird resting grounds '
west of Mgdcn.
n a tour of Inspection last week I
Bnimett found that onlv small per-!
centage of the ducks hav( died from1
disease, the percent.-e being smaller;
this year than In any other season, he
i i ii - a ssssss s ,.
SCRUB STOCK IS
City Milk Inspector Tells of
Comparisons With Ancient
"How do you suppose the cow of
' fort -six centuries ago CfiOO B. C.
would look compared with your cow?"
asked John Felt, city milk Inspector,'
t hi ; morning
"Well." he continued, "she might
not conform to stny standard classlfl-!
cation, but. Judged" by general ap-
! pearance, she would outclass a great 1
i many American cows of today A com
parison has been made in picture
Nlldes by the United M.itcs depart-!
ment of agriculture. 1'lctures of cows'
of the twenty-sixth century B. C.,j
found on Egyptian monuments, have:
been made Into itsreOPUcan views and
placed alongside pictures of scrub I
cows of today.
"The same is done with Assyrian
horses and some scrub horses of the1
present time. They Illustrate the fact.!
once a scrub, always a scrub.' These,
slides are distributed as a part of a'
series on better livestock' production1
by the states' relation service and may.
be shown in ugden this winter. '
Suit on Promissory
Note Starts Today
The case of the First Xational bank j
of Kemmerer, Wyo.. against Simon S.J
Jensen, to recover $4 7"0 alleged to bt
due on a note, is scheduled for hearing
this afternoon in Judge A. K. l'ratt's 1
division of the district court..
In the complaint the bank sets forth
that a promissory note was executed i
May 5, I3ii, and no part has been
paid. The bank asks for judgment I
and authority to sell certain stock
left as seeurltv.
in answer to the complaint Mr Jen-'
sen denies many of the allegations.!
The ease will probably be completed'
Ogden Not to Enter !
'cdon win ntd be represented it the
irtci mountain tennis championships
which will be decided at Salt Like
this week, according to an announce
ment made today by Arch Moves,!
chairman of the tournament commit
tee. Iiick of practice due to the de
luyed work on completing the tt-nnls
courts Is given as the renson for Of?
den's tailing to enter the tourney. i
It was originally planned to have
four members of the local club In ac-1
lion on the courts. Representatives I
irom eight western states will com.;
P te for honors, more than 200 racouet
stars to take part.
Notice Is hereby given that one C. C.
Jensen Is no longer in the employ of
this Company as sales ugont and is not
authorised to transact any business for
St I TH EASTERN MIXING C
GEORGE BITSCH, President.
- r By En8lish and Boys' English and j
I f OS? Round Toe Round Toe
sriM Finest welt shoes Splendid School
ViwJJH made Shoes
jfl 9 to 131 2 $4.95 9 to 134 $3.95
Lv ' 1 to 2 $5,4S 1 to 2 $4'45 !
ILsrh 2106 $5.95 21 , to 6 $4.95 7
, j il
I Boys' Heavy School Shoes Scuffers in our best grade
9 to 13' 2 $3.45 Sizes 12 to 2
1 to 2 $3.95 Q
I 22 to 6 $4.45 e3frejr.st7.rj
Women's black kid, also
3& Ladies' black kid, welt boot, leathei gray kid lace shoes, $1 2.50 j jl
(lmW LXV heel; $12.50 value valucs I
icfif sw4s 9795 I
IC ) K ;,m u 1 1 1 1 aa Children's sandals, all sizes
5 "?r- $118 $95
Men's heavy work shoes, double vamp, i t I i 1 i 1 . i , C l !
A srwed soies. $11 values Ladies blnrk kid welt boot. Cuban c;
la, $7.95 heei; $12.00 value, at V f
V Also $7 values $4.45 y '
I ' $393 a ?
g Men's bl.ick calf English l.ut aUo nie f V
y di'jm toe. J10 alucs 'f'iy I H
i $S.95 I Xl'-I ii I
Bj Same in brown calf ; $ 1 2 50 valu'-. at s W IJ
I Girls' patent punipr., ore Inch heel, i ' s (l,
H also baby Louis heel: t8 value sp. jT . . S j4
$4.95 - i I
r 2461 Washington Ave. J I
I sign f Good shoe. SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Serace Worker Here
I Miss Rosalind niomnn if Seattle,
I arrived In OtTderi yesterday to take
h.irg- of the girls work for Com
munity Service hero lUQjCefefllitsj Jose
phine Randal who recently reslsn id
to enter the Conimunltv Srvre school
at Chhago. SUss Rteroan held a con-'
ferencs with msihbera of th" sromen'n
I Committee tolnv outllntne plans for
her work in tru ity. I'rior to comlna;
:to Ocrden. M Kir-man wa. afioclat-
-,i uith Community Service at Seattle'
sflss Josephine Randall formerly in
, eharire of the girls' work here also
arrived 'n Ki n ysstsrdsi from chi-l
cago n route to Paeramento. Misa
K.iiicliil win Ih.1,1 onf.T.'n, -.- with hfi'l
formT clanon h're 1 foro dspartlnsT
for th coaxt. She will meet with
i youngsters who were in her classes,
at t'lt Rail nark tomorrow eninsi
.it 6:90 o'cIock. aeeordlnir to H. W
' Arhury, local secretary.
Rev. Mellinger Back I
From Chautauqua Tour JH
Rev. W. L, .MelllnKer of the First
Christian ohurch has rctumsd from
I tour of the Klllaoti-White "hautau-
parts of Canada. Me will resume his
duties as pnstnr of the church. Serv
lies will he held this coming Sunday.
1 tyfe Prince 6hai) $ -utahnest thSI I EX I I
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f :v The Klamoup ol artists' Btu- J t"t"t"t"'tt k
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