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I 6 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1920.
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I 5ioe Bargains for
I White Canvas Special
I whit canvas shoe with gMllnai ic.it her soles and heels. Just tilt
thing to flnlch out this MUOB nl ue again next year Sites 8.
children, to 4. big ml- Values to $5. l QO
While the la?t ... tJM.JO
MARY JANES BARGAIN PUMPS
One-strap Mary Jane, another in the latest styles and of the
. . ne with which to finish oal highest quality In either black
peason Sites 14 to 6 f0 iQ patent, or brown kid Values to
J5 50 slues for . O 18.00 d0 QO
B0YLnrL -IRLS' SCHOOL
'i Made of tilt kind "' Material
that will stand their rough anl In either tan or blark. Made of
readiness. Block English beat leather OTtf a comfortable
Blaes ifl to II $3.95 1 1 I
i Blses If -, to 2 . . . $4 25 Blaes 8tt to 11 $4 50
I, Sizes ty tO 6 . $4 75 3 lei 11 tO I $4 98
Prompt and Courteous Service Come in Today
! For Good Shoe4
, MALAD SOCIETY
MALAP, Idaho. Sept 13 Mrs. R.
E Reynolds left for their home in I S
den after visiting here with their pai
cnta. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Eans.
Mra. Sidney Follsnd was hotf to
th. members of the Mlo I'lrele Friday
'rde and Kensington were enjoyad
during the afternoon Refreshment
Mrs. Ida Wright and lllttes Edith
and Angellne Robbinson of Bait Lk
are guests at the home of Mr. Jam
Miss Ruth Hansen of Ogden w v.
guest In Malad Inst w.k
Mrs Earl Welsh left for her home
In Salt Lake nff.-r pending I month
with her stater. Mr YV Th"
Mrs. Whlrchrlll returned t, her
horn In Pocatello arier S elslf " l"
Mrs. Piatt Ballalne.
Miss Helen M. C, Dougall of Poia
tcllo s Malting friends In Malad, Idaho.!
Mrs. r. Jones Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Mary King Of Ofdtn
Mra. O. Jones of Salt Lake is vlstt
I Ing her parent. Mr nrwl lr W. 11
Miss Fay Thomnn and lllst M.irl
Covert are visiting friends and rela
tlvea In Salt l-akc
I TREMONfON SOCIETY
TKstMONTON.Sjept.il Mi miU
lama Hansen of Nile. Mirh. left for
her home Monday after spending sev--eral
weeks as the guest of Mr and
'Mrs. Charles Montgomery of Tr mon
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hauber enter
talncd at a dinner party Sunday Those
present were Mr and Mr Adam Tru
thurn. Mr- and Mrs J B Meistai Mra
9 P. Melater. Mr ami Mrs. William
Beyer. Misses Olads on.l 1 1
rn Ralph Wyatt n.1 John Kauber
Mrs. F. Rosenberg ..f s.,;i Like I
' a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. William Get enter
tained at dinner Monday The follow.
In rillIa m-orn w- .
.t m nmii, .! I 11 U ."ITS
S.im Sommer. Mr and Mr- Dan Som
mer, Mrs John Sommer an i Mi.-..
Mrs Fred Hansen . , t.4lned Fri
day of laat week In honor of Mr
Amos Hereon and Mrs K Hos nberg
of Salt 1-4 ke invited gueata were Mrs
wejrne Runkety. Mrs. Uof Johnson.
Mrs. harlee Montgomery . Mr CI r,
Petersop. Mrs Joe i r -
Charles Barfue. Mra. Frank, Mra
William FYas-r. Mra E. Hnimrra.
- A Orr,. Mrs t lohaa I
Mra tlllam Houser of Nlle8 Mlrh.
' Mrs Daud Grant ,f ugden I. Mill
ing her alster. Mrs. V Frank
in I i Standard-Examiner)
OAKLAND. Sept. 13 Mrs. Ed
Oleaaon was hostess to the Social Hour
Club last Friday evening. Games and
mtlSic were, the enJo ment of the
v.e k. Refreshments were served
Mr and Mrs. R T. Shaw and Chil
dren were guest? In Logan last week
Mrs. Nell Hansen and baby of
Hooper returned to their Home Satur
da after n w eek s visit in Qarlattd i
With her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Mrs. W'enzel and son of Twin Falls,
returned to their home Tuesday after
a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs
A. R Captner of Garland.
Mis FlO RetarSOn entertained a few
of her young friends last Sunday. Sup
pgr u esrved 'o h.' rortowing, Mia-s
Pearl Ullywhlte. MIsj, Julia Manning
Mls Ifabel Jen-en. Miss Thelma King.
Miss Louise Tingy j.nd Miss Flo Peter
son. Mrs George Carter and her children
left for Salt Iakr to make their home
for the winter season
Miss "'lola Burton and son returned
home Sunday after visiting two weeks
In. Salt Lake.
I Mrs. a. B. Carpener left for gden.
Tu lay morning. Sho was accom
P liad by her daughter. Mrs. Wcnrel
ot Xwln Falls and UVon I"he- re
Mis Nellie Bartnard of iali Lak'
who has been spending a part of the
summer here with her sinter. Mrs. L
v Preston, left this weak for Pair
lake. where she will teach school
Miss Reva Tarlton of Metropolis.
Nov., I a guest at the home of Mr
:m. Mr- M Felsted.
Mrs. S. C. Snyder la lsltlng In Og
den this week.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Willlnore of the
1 irii;nrton l-'urm at Strevell. Ida
were guests at the home of Mra. E. V.
S'hn.l.l. r Tuesday and Wedneidaj
Mr and Mra. Edgar sinyard of
Suit Uk. ,ir- Msitinr In (ir.rlunrt with
their parents. Mr and Jktr. M P 8wln-
Male and Female" will be shown
Cleirfie: I Moml.iv 13 S 30 p in
Rear Rver City. Tueadav 14. 8 .10
Plain City. Wedneadav IS. 8 SO p ml
Henefer. Thursday 1. t SO p. m.
Morgan (opera house). Friday 17
:tt p- m.
S. W. PURDY Teacher of
'Violin. Studio at 2854 Adams.
'Phone 3097-R. 5361
I 1 Night School Opens
I 1 TONIGHT
I I Smithsonian
H I Business College
Governor Cox to I
Talk in Ogden at
2 30 Wednesday
Arrangementa were completed thls
morning for the reception and wel
' rome to be given Governor Cox Wed-1
neaday afternoon upon his arrival her I
at 2 o'clock. He will be met at the
depot by a delegation of 400 repre
sentative bualncas men of Salt Iake'
and a huge delegation of v bei
county and Ogden Democrats. If plans
are changed and Governor Cox comet
to Ogden from Brlgham City by mto
moblle. a long line of cars will Jour-j
ney north and escort him to this,
Governor Cox will speak at th Al
hambra theater at 30 o'clock, ac
cording to the present schedule An;
Invitation has been extended to all;
I to hear the standard bearer of thej
Democratic party discuss the alms and
purposes of his party.
If Governor ("ox arrives by train,
ha will be met at the depot at t
o'clock by one of the largest delega
tions which have ever axpemhlt-d to
extend welcome, members of the com
mittee said today. A hand will also
add to the warmth of greeting A
I parade will then be formed ami march
j through th business section to the
Alhambra theater, where the meeting
I will be held
TO GREET COH
Mayor Frank Francis has bren
chosen to extend the official welcome
to Governor Cox and will lntroduco
I him to the audience from the spealc-
! er's platform at the meeting. E. S.
i Hinckley will preside at the meeting.
No reservations are being made at
the theater with the exception of S
BALL FANS TO
MEET IN OGDEN
Conference on Proposal to
Form New Northern State
Leaque This Week
Plana for tie formation of a six
?lub baseball league, in which Og
den, Logan. Smithfield, Laytou. Brig
ham and Tremonton will be repre--ented.
will be thrashed out at a
meeting to be held in this city dur
ing the present week. Representa
tives of he clubs will be on deck
to put over the deal.
The name of the league, which at ,
.resent is known as the Cache Val
ley league, will be changed, the
name to be decided upon At the
meeting. Officials of the Wasatch
league for the past season, as well
as officials of the Cnche league, will
TO DROP FOUR CLUBS
Four of the Clubs 'ha' were repre
sented In the Cache Valley league the ,
past season will be dropped, it Is ,
said. The clubs are Richmond. Pre&- .
ton. Wellsvllle and Tewlston.
All northern I'tah fans are eager
to see the six club league as out- 1
lined formed The class of baseball
which has been dished out iR easily
of Class D type and keeps the fans
jd their toes throughout. The game
'with Brigham and Smlthfield yes
terday. In which the former aggre
gation won 8 to 4. demonstrated the
clans of the loague.
Although no defisite action has
.been taken as yet. other than the
', r.-illlng of the meeting, which will
i probably be held Friday night, It is
jexpected that the plans for the entire
Lttl season will be gono over
the representatives meet.
I Some of the bareball star? have
asked that the league be named the
i I'tah State loague. This phase of the
meeting will be one of the interesting
points of the session, it ll declared
Manager Joe Van of the Brigham
aggregation is one of the boosters
for the new league Van said in part
"Tho new league as outlined would
i give the fix towns first class base
I bull and that Is what the fans are
after I am sure that with the clubs
listed In the lineup that the compe
jtltlon would be keen throughout At
iiny rate tho league would te much
faster, more Interesting and all In
'all keener than the Cacao Valley and
asatcn ie.ngus of tne paM season.
Manager W. L. King of the Layton
club Is another booster for the new
league. The Laytun club won tho 1
pennant in the Wasatch league and '
presented one of the best aggrega
uons of semi pro baseball flubs In
the state King Is eager to lend a
hand for the SVCOStl of the proposed
Manager Korcnsy of the Tremon
ton club and Manger Frank Scott of
the Ogden club are losing no time
In securing stars for the 1921 sea
sod. Both managers are elated oer
the possibilities of the league and
lll use every effort to secure first
class stars. The other managers of
the other aggregations are also ex
pected to back the plans as outlined,
Ross Bound Over
i To District Court
Jack Roaa. charged with having
tampered with electric signalling de
' vices of the Southern Pacific Railroad'
' companv. appeared before Judge D.
R. Roberta this morning and waived1
, preliminary hearing He was bound,
I over for trial In the district court
Attorney Joseph al. Evana entered!
his appearanre for the defendant and.
stated he had been advised as to his
Cpon recommendation of Attorney
' Evans. Rosa' tall was reduced from
j lltes to I&00. County Attorney Joseph
I B. Bates consenting to the reduction
! In ball.
OAKLAND PRIEST MADE
AN AUXILIARY BISHOP
ROME. Hep 1J -Monsignor I'ar
' rick J Keane. of Oakland. Cat. has
I been appointed ausillary bishop of
" I Sacramento and titular bishop of
I Samaria by Pope bend:-?
space set aside for out-of-town Demo
erata who will attend. The meeting i
will be open to all.
No plant have yet been made for'
entori -lnment of Oovernor Cox and his I
i.rtj following the Alhambra meet
ing as It Is not yet definitely known
io his length of stay In Ogden.
If ilme permits he will be taken on
a trip through the city and Ogden
canyon. It was said
The Salt lake delegation has
planned to escort the governor and!
hi party from Ogden to S.lt Lake;
by automobile fcnd It ts probable that I
a large number of Ogden DemoTats
will also accompany the party to hear1
his address Wednesday night In Salt
Gl taHAJj i OMJfTTTBE.
The general committee who will
1 1 i . r hi t s "i : h- w i I rome and other I
Mayor Frank Krancla. E. S. Hinckley.
M P. Brown, Guy Johnson. M S
Browning, Mrs. R. B. Porter. W. J
Parker, Joseph L. Rlrle. Adam L.
I'e-rrson. A. L Brewer. Willard
R B. Porter. S. Smith. A H
Bandar, F. B. Huhand. Glib, rt
Thatcher. D. I . McKay. Joseph B
irver. .Joseph Bldwell. Joseph L
i Pterton, Anson C Call.
Mrs. E. S. Oakley. Darrell Green -sall
C J- Humphries. Mra. Chrl
I Flygare, C. A. Ronnulst. Levi J. Trxy
lor. H H. Goddard, B. H Goddard.
Robert I Burton, EL M Monon. Mrs.
1$ smith. Mrs H. h Spencer. Mr
T. B. I e. It. A. Norrls and Josephine
ITO GET CEMENT
Pouring of Concrete on North
Washington Project May
Determined protest of M.yor Frank
Francis and memhers of the city com
mission to the action of the state road
commission In diverting shipments of
cement which are badly needed here
to complete the north Washington
pavement to other Utah points, has
been rewarded T'nder an order
Issued by the road commission Satur
day, Ogden will bo given enough
cement to pave the area now torn up
eight blocks and the cement is
It was said that the cement Is being
loaded upon cars at Devil's Slide to
day and will arrive here In time to
begin paving operations tomorrow.
Acting upon the order, work Is being
continued on the street today In
preparation of paving tomorrow. The
large steam shovel Is again at work
and crews of men nre hauling sand
and gravel to mix with the cement.
The Saturday order promised Ogden
enough cement to pave from the river
tiri.lk'e to Seventh street. Mayor
Francis said However, there is noth
ing definite in regard to later ship
ments and It Is probahle that the bal
ance of the paving will have to be
postponed until spring
Mayor Francis and members of the
board of commissioners feel gratified,
hovvever. over the decision of the road
commission to grant shipments of
cement for the torn-up area which
! will allow immediate continuance of
the work and not leave the street In
lis present condition during the fall
COAL PRICES TO
BE RKO HERE
Increase May Hit Consumer
About Middle of Month.
Coal Is seheduled to take another
I Jump In Ogden soon, according to
local coal dealers Slack coal in Og
den was advanced cents per ton to-
day by all coal dealers and other id
'sance will be made Wednesday
"Although lha r.rlr n f rml lhl
mines has been Increased again, the re
tailers of i.gdn have aj, yP( not been
Informed of an lnercn. on lump ana
nut coal, which Is expected lo tako ef-I
feet September 16." said Assel Farr'
of Asael Farr Coal companv today.
"The price on slack coal was ordered I
advance :." cents per ton which now1
makes the retail price $6 25 per ton. It i
la expected that an increase of 75
cents per ton on nut and lump coal
wil become effective durlnr the pres
ent month Salt Lake firms have ben
notified of the Increases and It Is ex
pected that tne Ogden retailers will
also be notified before the present
M . ek Is over."
Last spring slack advanced from
1 1.85 at the mine to 12.26 per ton and
retailed at I ' ' ': in gden Lump sold
at the mine for $4 50 per ton and re
tailed for 19 per ton. These rates are
still operative hut will be inrreased
during the present week it Is said
The first practical typewriter invent
ed In Am rica was patented by Charles
Thurber of Worcester. Mass . in 1843.
than ever before
Popular because of
its fine flavor, health i
value and fair price
Community Service Is Seeking
Verse and Chorus tor
Words for an Ogden song are being'
sought by the Communis Ser .e for
U monstrations of all !
kinds H W. Arbttiy, head of lbs
Comunity latrlos here. Issued an urg-
ent request this morning to ugdcn
cltitens as a whole to get bus and
compose one stanza and ehOTUS to the
tune of 'he Bhm;- Hymn ( th- Re
public, in which the irttie of the
city are extolled.
The words are to be sent to the
Community, s'-rvio.. in the I'tah .N
tlonal bank. The local directors
hope to have the song In time t,
sing at the mis meeting nx: Km) i
It will be published in the new pong,
book now being prepared.
A loan for gden la also wanted.
AH of the cities where Communl: . Ber
rlct has obtained a foothold bave
their own particular slogan. Here tre
;i few samples for a guide.
Brsnrbodj Neighbors. Let s Hj' c a
Cltjr of Neighbors; Make Portland a
City of Friends. Put L'nlty Into Com-'
OGDEN .t i n HONORED
Mrs. Frank Yentzer has as her
guest Mra P Fettit of Illinois Mrs
Pettll was the complim-ni-d gUSet ' I
an afternoon rnrri part last Baturdsj ;
f'-nlnr g ' n M VUn Yen'r.er at hr
home in the vj apartments. Th rft-
ernoon was pent in playing i.ir.l A
dainty luncheon was serx ed later In
the afternoon by the host.- Ten irtrs
n. i m PTVE HUNDRED n.i n
Mr- R C sfurph) will be hostess
to the members of the 1' I M MVS
iiun.ir.-d club Tuesdaj evening it her
home, 948 Washington avenue.
11 M'TIT MhsioN RY
Mr- Lsnors Sl-aggs will entertain
the Baptist Mlsstonst - In
Tuesday afternoon at her homo. Its
BOC1 L HOUR CLUB
I A, social will be given t o.-'.:
' Hour club Tuesday exentng In 'he W.
C W. hall at o'clock.
PYTIIl N 8I8TER8
Regular meeting of th Pythian Bis
er will be held Tuescday evening at
the Knight of Pythias hall. After the
business meeting a social hour will
be enjoyed. Watermelon win I
served to all the gu'st.v
LIVE oAK CLUB
Mrs J M. Child entertained the
members of the Live Oak club at her
home In 1 gden Canyon last Wednes- j
day afternoon. A short business meet
ing was held. At the close of a cry,
dtllghtful business and social hour. I
dainty refreshments were served by I
the hostess. Many of tne guests re-1
melnsd during the evening and en-1
Joyed further games and dancing
Those present were Mescames Carrie
jBoer. Adelia Rune. Frances Coppock.
Daisy Cashmore, Nellie Dameak. Susie
Grose. Lid la Morris, Clara Mohlman. I
Sarah Drysdelt, Jennie Welsh. Mays
Yates Josephine Yerger. Belle BtOhe,
Dora Noble, Carrie Child. J. W. Belth
and Misses-Haze Morris. Irene Yatesi
and Manila Child.
ST. JOSEPH'S SEWING CIRCLE
Members of tho St. Joseph Sewing:
I Irele will meet at the St. Joseph's hall
at 2 o'clock. Mrs. R W. McOlnness'
will be the hostess for the afternoon I
LIBRARY BOARD MEETING
A special Library board meeting will
he held this evening at 7:30 o clock at
the Carnegie library.
The Martha society Is meeting this
afternoon at the home of Mr G L
Becker, Twenty-fourth and Van Bun I
Regular meeting of the Sacred i
Heart Alumnae asoeiat;on will be
held this evening in the academy li
brary at 8 o'clock.
Mrs Hanne Harthoorn and Ml
Hannes Harthoorn. Jr. are visiting at
th" home of Mr Paehae Brown.
Kr rab S ' u- Mr- I I. -i -, ,,,.rn u . ,
formerly Miss Margaret Crook of this
Miss Gladys Brown en'ertaine J a- i I
watermelon partv last Fri1a evening II
at her home. 759 Twenty-third street. "
tor ii wn n ni-r wnn JapneM
lantern while fall flowers carried out
a decorative effect In the Itrown rel-
dence. Games and music passed the!
evening At ten o'clock delicious re
freshments were served by the guests.
Game were again enjoyed and at I
twelve o'clock, slices of watermelon
were served. Thoaep resent were. Mis
Margaret Blakcl) . Miss Mary Ern
strom Miss Doris Gutke. Miss Naomi
Brown. Mum Gladys Barrett. Miss
j Erma Cretee. MIm Julia Noble, and
Miss Gladys Brown. Mr and Mrs O B.
Brown. Mr. and Mr. J. M. Brown
Messrs Squire TiHoteon. Lawrence
Burton. Warren Whltaker. Roulon T11
lotaon and Iawrenc Rarr. t
t (.11 Tf RS OF
M unit BATTALIO?!
Daughters of the Mormon Battalion
are meeting this sfternorn at the
home of Mrs Bartus Krumperman.
' t2 Qulncv avenue
Ml RR1 MMHv
Member of the Merry Maids met
'at the home of Mlas Vlob Will lams
The first hour mas devote to the
making of handbags and MSesaSVaatt
for the cluba. Following this, gsnies
were played and refreshments er
'TkI Those present were Arisen1
Iarson. Alois Fowlr, lrr. Fernrllu.
I Marlon Hueaey. 'ena owIer ani vio
let Win la ma
iNNOCNCEK M WUU U21
Mr and Mra Andrew Nelson, of
Logsn. announce the marriage of their
daughter. Jennett. to Andrew F Olb
on. of Salt Lake The ceremony was
rrr.el by F ler B 5 Young st
Salt Laae Saturday in the presence of
a few personal friend Mr sod Mr
t,lgson will be at home to their friends.
M7 Firs' t re.t Ha.t Lake City
Ogden Chapter No. 2,
Royal Arch Masons
p:.sl meeting Tuesday. September I
!(. I p. m, (or 11 M degre
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Santel and Londos
To Meet at Frisco
Ad Bantel. worlds light heavy
weight wrestling champion, who re
cently met and defested Jim Londos
st San Francisco In a championship
match, will again tangle with the
irek champion at San Frsneleco to
night. The men will met st cstch
Tn recent mt. h in which SPe:
I wts the rletor was won by th cham
pion after three hours of wrestlmr
This evening's contest should bo a
thriller snd it is eipected that the
wo men will put up an even better
msteh thsn th one a few tJtelBJ o
Both rren sr wei: known to ugden I
j fans Santel mt Jsck Harrwrtar).
laatJ maiman. here twice last winter ,
londos wrestled hrs seversl years
ll 1s estimated that the 1'nlted
States orglnallr poaaaaaed ISO .000
r00 acres sf tlmberlaad. of which '
only about &4S.OO0.OOO acres remain
Over 100,000 Cars I
Handled in Month I
U h.t gHafl promise of being a new
freight record for the Southern
Pr'c lines between California points EK
and the Ogdn terminal will be estb
llshed during the pre.ent month r.
rordir.g Miird O Wllaon trave1- saM
ing sgent for th Southern Pacific TT
v.Dur,r5t aaa rT1n,h of Autuat morn ajUl
than lOs.OSO "rs paaaed through
'dn over the .uthern Farific line. .1
en to points In the en-
month the figure win exceed 10i 000 IBfl
cording to Mr Wilson.
out of Ogden mntlnues to be hearv
apita the re, ml advrr ln fr,ich.
l nlted tatA, More than I0 pas- IH
3partA,i tram Ofden trTd. H
for point. In Csllfornla ,nd
on west bound trsln It
Qsjt hundred years ago lumber H
ng , n th. 1-ait.d 8ut w COQ H
fined to small sawmills on th coast sV
and rier cotira. of th. East.
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hava competent employes and splendid equipment If yon have
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