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c-iThTirV F.VT.NIjNG. SEPTEMBER 11. 1920. gt flltb a-jEXamUtf t OC?B,
I LAST TIME TODAY I
I "THE FAMILY
'THE FAMILY HONOR
And a Fine Comedy
I "SICK ABED"
I BOY SERIOUSLY
Eric Speechlev Suffers Frac-
I ture of Skull: Driver Gives
HH ESrlc Bpsecbley, six year old son of
nd Mrs. J Sp
HJ ty-cighth street, ;'nc hospital with
H a fractured skull as the result of an
Hi accident which took place yesterday i
HH 1 afternoon in front of the Ppeechlev i
l home, when an automobile hit th3
HE loy';; tricycle.
H ire searching i'"r th, m.ir, in
I the car. who gave his name as A. Hill-J
I ler. and his address as 2802 Jefferson
H The name and the address, it is re- i
HHHH ported, arc false, and inc. man. if cap-
HHH lured." will answer to a charge of reck- j
H Tlx- youngster, it Is claimed, was '
HH crossing the street to his home, lit-1
HHH slowed up to allow a large truck to I
HH apparently not witnessing the
HHH thrown to the pavement with great
HHH force The driver picked up the
H youngster and took him to the Dee
HHH According to the police, the man
HHI was operating an Idaho automobile.
HHHH discovered, and the address which he
HHH gg,ve was discovered to be a vacant
HHH lot. The youngster, it is reported, win
HJ I : j t 1 1 his InJ i rj
H Notice is hereby given that one Q. C.
HHH Jensen is no longer in the en ploy of
HJ this Compans ecu and is not
HHR authorized to transact any business for
HJ our Company.
HHH Si'lTII EASTKKN MINING C.
M GEORGE Bl'SCH, President
H The Order the Thistle dates
H from 1C87; it is limited to the King
H of England and 16 knights.
4 Come on and Laugh
Four Days Slarling Sunday
I BIG DOUBLE
ROY "HIRAM" CLAIR
I in a Musical Melange
" 11 THE
WISE GUY "
1 MACK SENNETTS FIVE
I REEL FROLIC
1 Not a War Picture
M No matter how mad,
H You'll laugh yourself glad.
H 1 GIRLS AND GIGGLES
FINED $299 ON I
J. V. Rockefeller, Local Me
chanic, Pleads Guilty to
J. V. Rockefeller. 1849 Adams ave
nue, pleaded guilty In the city court
this morning to a charge of haying
liquor in his possession, following a
raid on his place by the police.
Rockefeller, according to his testi
mony, and the testimony of officers,
had been selling llCjtiOr to taxi lb
driwis In the cltv An Italian named
Peti r Palvo was In business with him.
he said, and had departed from his
house yesterday about fifteen minutes
prior to the arrest, which took pi U 6
nt 4:. 10 o'clock. Rockefeller is a me
chanic and is 46 years old.
Judge Roberts fined the defendant
the maximum amount. 1299, offering
him the alternative of ISO days in the
I city Jail.
I Sergeant A. H Stevens. Detectlvi
William A. Taylor, Detective Lester
Wire of the Bait Lake detective force
and ifficer Praxier made the raid at
the Rockefeller place.
A still In operation was uncovered by
the officers and two quart bottles nd
a half pint bottle were found. A large
quantity of mash was found in two
barrels, it was alleged
Traffic Officer Prasler stated in
court this morning that the repeated
visits of taxi cabs to the Rockefeller
house had created suspicion regarding
Rockefeller said he had been In the
business about two weeks and ail ged
that the Italian had been assisting
'him in making the liquor.
He stayed over night at the city jail,
, being unable tO raise the $500 ball.
For Subscription and Aovcrtlsing
Department. Call Phone No. 56
Ogden Type sr ri er House sor tvpe
I writers arid repairs. 241'j Hudson a.
! Phono 23C.
Son Is Born Announcement has
' teen received from Berkeley, Cal., that
(I son l.as been born to Mr. and Mrs.
I Ruben T Bvans, of the Federal Land
I bank. Mrs. Evans was formerly Miss
Josephine West of this city.
Phonr 50. for messenger.
tilrl Arrivcv- A daughter weighing
I nine pounds, was born to Mr, and Mrs
i. J. ReeVOB, Jackson avenue,
Friday. Mr. Reeves was formerly
v ice principal of the I 'gden high;
Clean large rags wanted at The
Now Son Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bdl on September 6, a 11
Bushel b kets and fruit boxes fori
.-.ib-. Baskets ptr dozen. Grout's
Grain store. 33 Twenty-fourth street
John Edward Carver has returned
and will preach in the First Presbyter
ian church at eleven.
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High Priests. The High Priests of,
the Weber stake will hold their regu-I
lar monthly quorum meetlnK in me
Second ward chapel Sunday afternoon J
at 10 o'clock. A full attendance of
the members of the quorum Is desired.
Priesthood. 'flu- monthly stake j
priesthood meeting of the Weber stake
will be held In the Becond ward chapel
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Presi
dent R. W. ShurtP.ff Will preside, and j
1 it Is desired that a full attendance of
bishops and quorum olflccro, also i
.ward teachers, be present.
Yes! our Mueller Ripe and Plpeless j
Furnaces are replacing the stoves. No
: trouble to keep the whole house warm
j nd they save tons of fuel. Installed
by W Oswell Jackson Co., Heating
I Experts Tel 1952. Adv.
Deaths and Funerals
ARN'OII) Funeral services forj
George Alma Arnold, who met his
death In an a.uto accident in Weber
Canyon Sunday night, wen- held In the
Seventh ward chapel yesterday. Blsh-1
oi Clarence Morri.su of the Fourteenth
I ward ' presided- The services wore
conducted by Counselor Junes liar
bertson. Mis liernlco Tyrce sang 1 My Task,"
I Miss Josephine Shorten sang 'Chris
tian's Goodnight." and quartet com-'posc-d
of William Do Mlk Thomas Van
iDrlmmlen, Annie Jensen and Ethel
l Holbrook sang ' Sometime We'll I'n
Iderstand" "One Fleeting Hour" and
"My Faith in Thee" were sung by
Nephi J. Brown.
Speakers were President James
I'.rown of Evanston, George Shorten
and Counselor Thomas Parker. Burial
i was In the city cemetery, the graVe be
ilng dedicated by President Brown.
FERGUSON" Funeral services for
'John Ferguson will be held at 2
o'clock at the Twelfth ward Sun.hr
Hishop George Fuller will conduct the
Services. The funeral cortege will
leave the Lar!: In chapel at 1:30
o'clock The American Legion will at
tend In a bodv . Interment wll bo in
I the Ogden Cit comet' r
Is Not Taxicab Man
J V Rockefeller of a local taxi
concern Is a busy man today refuting
a statement appearing in a Salt Iake
newspaper that he was arrested on a
charge of operating an Iltclt still.
Mr. Rockefeller snld that the onl
still he has had anything to do with
Is that he is still in the tax I business
The man arrested (Was J. V Hocke
fcller a machinist, according to police
Light Frosts Looked
for During the Night
I Light frosts arc again predicted to-
. flight In the higher Utah districts, ac
cording to the report of the United
States weather bureau which reached
'gdcn this morning. Lust night's
j minimum was 44 decrees with touches
of frost In some portions. Yesterday's
I maximum temperature was 71 degrees.
TOBirihitio a unroll ;.
k UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE fffifUfk '
I tohomo-"10 ?f LAST TiMES TODAY ( I
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I y. an-fiff 1 GQFiS SiSG T & ffi & Si R Q W A llfe 9
I rrJ&S? BIB TRIPLE BILL v 1 ik
I Robert VV. Chambers1 Great Novel UHf Last
h& Fsgnun $n&iz& Together! y
Thon fhoy nillst stiflr their
, , ,T a,i , c i t rr j lov a-d part she to v.t.I an- W BMP
Charles Aaurray m Mack Sennett s New Comedy other, h to wage ,1,1
hOD( less fichl nl
B O $8 ' 7 W Sl A M E $8 , " I
SJH btiJ M f f b H A b If n.l so with arms ..nv,nerl. a '
tliov fliPil.--nin y.ii "II uanl t rc
sec that imder-water 1 iss ' SmCII
THE GREAT HAWAIIAN TROUPE OF SEVEN PEOPLE Q MJ
"A 86Glr8T PARADISE ISLE" H 5;
with A Hawaiian Musical Comedy UldmlS55
I J- Greatest Novol
jis '"' k '--- m
l : " ' SingersHula Dancers, ":.:?h;ni'?lal?st? liil m OO
IN CITY COURT
Mrs. Maude Cashmore Given
I Five Days' Suspended
Sentence for Battery
Following a display of verbal pyro
teehnles growing OUl of B neighbor
hood quarrel over egs Mrs Mainiu
Cashmore, accused by Mrs. Martha
Millar of battery, was found guilty and
was given a five days suspended sen
tence bj Judge D. R. Roberts In the
city court this morning.
Mrs. Cashmore Is alleged to have
remarked to Kdna YVlnslow, Ik r ulster,
"Some one has been stealing my eggs."
Testimony indicated that Mrs. Miller
who occupies the. same house as Mrs
CSshmore came Qro.m the house audi
said her son h.ad not touched an egg.
Mrs. Cashmore claimed she had no
charges against any one In particular.
while Mrs Miller claims thai the ac
cusation was directed towards hor
STAGE A BATTLE
Words followed and Mrs. Miller Is
alleged to have called .Mrt. Cashmore;
vile names. The words led to blows
and Mra Milkr was knocked to thai
ground, while Mrs, Cashmore suffered
assorted scratches, and the loss of a
portion of her wearing apparel.
Mrs. Miller was left unconscious. I
She charges that her treatment at th
I hands of Mrs. Cashmore was rcspon-
Islble for this condition, while the other
alleged that Mrs, Miller merely faint
ed following the fracas.
I Judge Roberts stated that while
there seemed to have been consider-
lablc provocation on both sides, the
,i : i ir could easily have been avoided
Mrs, Cashmore while the complaint
was read, said "I illiln't Uo that." A
ph a of not gulltv was entered and
Judge Roberts started telling the wo
rn, in ber rights regarding consulting
an sttornev Scowling at the Judge
she said. "No attorney about It. If you
I want to stick me In Jail ko ahead."
INS IM S ON I 111 ,
j When one witness for the lefens,o
I had failed to put in appearance. Judge
Roberts asked the defendant If she
had objections to the city statin;; their
case. "Yes I have. They might tell a
pack of lie?." she state'd No argu
ment could altar her lew. She simply
Insisted that her witness should be
present before the trial could be held.
Judge Roberts advised the city at
torney to set the cas' until another
time "until the defendant was in "a
Ir.-ime of mind that was not directly
opposing her own trial." The defend
ant. howeVi r, insisted on having her
trial this morning.
North Weber Stake
Quarterly conference of the North
Weber slake will be held In the taber
nacle Sunday with setsions at 10 a m.
and L" p. in All members of the stake
arc urged to be present. President
James Wbthsrspoon WllJ preside, and
addresses will be delivered, it Is cx
pected, iy representatives of the gen
eral church authorities from Salt Lake
Musical programs will be rendered
at both sessions by the tabernacle
choir under the direction of I'rof. Jos
eph Ballcntyne. The gn at organ that
has been silent during the past three
months, owing to repairs, will be heard
again at the sessions of the contor-ence.
Come early if you want a
seat tomorrow, three great
attractions, Ford Sterling and
Charley Murray in Sennetfs
latest comedy Robert Cham
bers' great story, "The Fight
ing Chance," Artcratt's mam
moth feature, and the stage
show, "A Night in Hawaii"
'and the world's greatest Hula
Dancers 7 people at Al
hambra. opsn 4:30, curtain 5
I p. m. Alhambra, 10c and
30c, Sunday and Monday.
Reception Closes First Day's
Session of Institute
Tenchers of the Ogden Iliph school
'and of the various city schools, met
at their buildings' today to mtike final
j plans for the scnool year which will
I open Monday A reception In honor
j of the teachers closed the Institute
i in Id ye ti-.-day .i' the Central Junior
j High: school. naming was the chief
i feature of the evening's entertainment. i
I At the yflernoon session yesterday
1 1'rin. ip.-i I l' H Ai'ams spoke "ii. Th
Junior High School as an Opportuni
ty!" In his address Mr. Adams- told
I of the work of the Central Junior High
school, and stated that the high
schools of today turned out very few
Two vocnl selections by Miss Jese
Becson. "Minion, " and "Carry" Me
I Rack to Old Virginia.' featured the
Miss Rceson also sang, "Calm as
the Night, " and 'Mlnnetonka," with
1 Miss Martha Cuernr.cy at the piano,
Miss Mary Parmlee, violinist, and Miss
Hel. n Hunter, cellolst
M ( IB SPJ Mv.
L. J Muir, state superintendent of
! public Instruction, spoke on "The Call
! of The Hour." He said In pari.
"I am very interested in the work
of the Ogden school system. For
more than ten yours the schools of this
city have been looked upon as an Im-
possibility, due principally to the fact
that a superintendent of the rieht type
was lackinn However, with W, Karl
Hopkins at the helm, the outlook is
brighter than over before. j
'.'During the coming year we all
I should attempt to Install a modsrnnSSS
I into the girls In particular. B specially
with regard to tight fitting clothes and
low neck dresses. The license we al
I low students should be removed, and
we all should co-opey&te with the
public to bring about the desired re-1
I suits Ret x:s keep sham out of the!
ischool system, and instead bring rcall-t
, ty back Our task looks bigger and
idgger us we look it over, but It Is our
duty to succeed."
DRIGGS TALKS )N BOYS.
Supt. Frank DrlggS, spoke on the
"Chnllengo of the Boy." He told of
the influence Of the school, the great
good to be obtained and the reasons
why the majority of the youths dis
continue school when they are in their
Principal A M Merrill, of the Og
den High school, was introduced by
i Supt W. Karl Hopkins. He greeted
j i he teachers, and stated that he would
endeavor to live up to the standards
adopted in pa-st years at the Ogden
I High school He was to have ad
I dressed the teachers on 'The Amen
fcan High BChodl Its Aims and Phil
osophy." but due to the time required
in making the other addresses, he was
I not called upon to make his address
Prairie dogs and other mammsils.
found in desert regions, never drink
I WINCE .1
The Hawaiian Jewel Musical Com- I
edy company of seven people, lnclud-
ing singers, dancers and Instrumen-
tallsts, as well as the world's great i
I hula dancer. Princess Rei Mom!, will
i al the Alhambra nexl Sunday and 1
Monday In A Night In Paradise Isle," 1
0 great stage attraction. Also Rob- t&
ert W. I'hambers' great story. "Th"
Fighting Chance and Charlie Mum m -
In Jlack Sennett's newest comedy rfrB'
Don't Weaken.'' Seats: Matinees 10c W ''
and 20c; ev enings. 10c and 30c ''rh '
An artificial lake being built in
front of the Lincoln Memorial In
Washington, to reflect the bcaim
of the building.
OGDEN CONSERVATORY OF I
REOPENS THIS WEEK
Instruction in Piano, Violin, Voice; advanced, interme
diate and primary instruction in cla.ss and individual
form. Theory of music, classes in solfegge, harmony,
history and appreciation of music.
Children's Classes, Correct Methods, Reasonable Terms
Squire Coopc Ellen Thomas
Arthur Freber Elizabeth Culley ,
Lester HinchclifT Vera Bcason
and Assistant Teachers 1
Registration Daily 3 to 6 p. m. !
Conservatory Hall: Corner Washington Avenue and
Twenty-fourth Street. Third Floor