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IHjL I SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 19, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 f
i (WIRE GIRLS
Mrs. David Eccles Is Chairman
Of Committee: Schools
After sevcr.il years of effort on the
part of Opden women an organization
known as the Caxnpflre Girls, has at
last heen formed In thin city, accord
ing to Rosalind Rleman, in charpe of
girls' work hore for Community Ser
vice. With refcrcni-e to the new organ
ization, ?,Ilss Rleman said
The work for the organization has
heen a matf-r of long and earnest con
sideration hy the women of iffden Six
meetings have been hold recently in
this city, the final meeting at the horn"
of Mrs David Socles, resulting In the
forming of the organization.
''At the meeting Mrs. David Eccles i
was clecterl chairman of the orffanjia
tlon with Mrs. Aggie Stevens secretary.!
A eommlttee consisting of Mrs. David
Eccles, Mrs. Aggie S-"t evens. Mrs J. U
VTH' l ':i I. k Mrs. K. is. Port. r. Mrs. W.
IK ' pi Karl Hopkins, Mr r if. Morrell and
Mr- Chris JFlygare ".us named to
V-t. W sist in the plans of the organisation-"
The program as outlined Is one thalj
!&stv j should cover three phases of i uch
$m younp lady's life namely home hc.iith'
f nnn recreation, according to .Miss KlO-,1
i , A man.
Hf Through the efforts of Superintend-!
is cnt W. Karl Hopkins of the city
' Jl schools the cooperation of Mrs E I
.jjjM Reld, supervisor of physical educa-J
JFji l,on an1 Miss A. Woodruff of the home
m economics department rjas been grant-!
vSHTi c 'n ' nr wor it 's sa,fi- i
Tj I Miss Rleman. who will have chirr",
of the girls' work i l)ad several
J years ol experience She came ' Ogr
M den from Seattle, where she spent the ,
y jm posi summer at the head at the Camp
jnjH Fire girls organization, which had S6V-
IJ cral hundred girls enro'
y-TB Active work for u-ir- forming of the
local organisation will b I !. n up
1 With tlv ..mpl.t iif the fall I"
a&TjH val which "111 be staged here by Com-
gffSM munlty Service October 1 and 2. ac-
HH cording to MIsk Rleman At that time'
HIBbJ a two-week's institute for Camp Eire'
7flfl ,;rl guardians to be recruit' .1. vl in-
' IK. I held.
iialliiimJ . ....
f A PICTURE OF
j Being a Review By Dorothy
jjflHHR Through the personal Invitation of J
iMJ I Clara Kimball Young, the writer hail
Hl the honor of being present at the prl-
HT ate studio showing of "For the Soul
iVJllJI of Rafael.'" from the pen of M u-sh i
'yHJ Ellis Ryan, one of far mn!
iSfl American authors, at her best.
A ' ' r a 1 1 1 n g 1 1 , . o
IimaB hour, I . i
'UMgaj one of the most wonderful l lures 1
JtMl have ever seen a picture that will
HHHJ hold millions spell-bound, for Its mne- !
HH nlficent appeal will touch alike th
H heart of every man, woman and child I
HHb in the land. Every person who is for-
HHHJ tunatc enough to see this masterpiece i
HHHH will revel In this exquisite story of
HH dashing, romantic California life in-1
fl volvlng the beautiful convent-bred girl
i' j and the "American-made" m in.
'I Produced under the masterful til- !
1H rectlon of Harry 'i.ir.'im, enact i
FaH a supporting cast of unquestioned ' - '
f-flMlpJ cellence. combined with the exquisite 1
rflBpfl charm of Clara Kimball Young her- j
Ljflfl self makes a superb production which i
EjBHpH you simply must not fall to see. j
CBH It Is truly a magnificent production J
flBH a picture which will be recorded In
BBbBbJ the annals among the really great pic-
BBbBbJ tures that American has so far pro-
BBS, duced. The picture is to be shown at'
HI Utah theatre all week.
B DISCUSS OGDEN
I FETE MONOAY
i Plans for Community Festival
1 To Be Formulated at Repre
IBBJ Plans for the staging of the two-day j
bM fall festival by the ( igden Community
cBJ Scr ice officials will he ileclded upon
BBpBf at a meeting to be held tomorrow
BBpB ternoon in the local offices of Com-
PyBBja' munlty Service in the Utah National
bank building at 4: 30 o'clock. Miss
H Marjorle I'ay. who arrived here last
!BBpJ week to Mart the "ball rolling.' has
:BBpJ outlined her plans for the two-day cel
ebration and will work with the buai
BBpJ ness men.
H . Miss Day ha f-everal ears' of ex-
M pcrience at pageant work throughout
jSBJ I he United States and for two years
BBflJ conducted the "Festival of Peace."
B& staged at Washington with every na
il BB . Hon of the World rspn m nted
flBBf At the meeting tomorrow afternoon
representatives from the following or
H ganlzations -will confer v. 1th Miss Day'
H Elks' club. Eagles' club. Rotary club,'
Weber club. Opdcn Chamber of Cr.m-1
Hl merce. Masons' city officials sehool
officials, church officials, and other
H organizations will be present to formu-
late plans. The plans as outlined by
9 Miss Day, will, no doubt, meet with the
gHI approval of the men and women who
have been named to attend the meet-
H g. ;
, j' nn ,
H Oldsmobile Cars to
I Arrive Here in Fall
Manager C. H. Sander of the Ogden
Oldsmobile company announces that
he has just received word from the
factory to the effect that his order
ipjjjj for Olds cars for fall delivery will
bo taken care of Immediately, Indl
I ating that manufacturing facilities
B "A larKO portion of these new cars."
rmm remarked Sander, "should be the en
closed models for fall and winter use
Rut Just how many there will be, or
just when we shall be able to get an
cther shipment, Is hard to say.''
H 25 women to peal tomatoes.
H Van Alen Canning Corp. 5479
Pajamas vs. Nighties
38- Mr 33 3T
'TIS A WARM FIGHT
3T 3ST 3ST 3flT 3e
Color, Age Indicator,
B) HARRY BAGJLEY,
Even in the matter of men's noctur
!nal wearing apparel, tne old order
changoth and nlcht shirts versus pa
Jamas are defeated by three to one, ttc-l
cording to a report from local men s'
Following In the footsteps of the old
fashioned warming pan. the night cap,'
i material and spiritual!, and the Dodo
bird, the flapping, shank exposing
r.lght shirt, such as I'a used to wear
when walking the floor with infant
Willie In the wee sma' nours. is raplu
1. beoSjmlng a thin of the past
Why are the night shirts beinK
thrown over in favor of the blfurcatefi
pajamas? We cannot explain, hut lo
cal dealers are of the opinion that the
Present-day I'ulimaji train is respon-l
sible for the popularity of the latter'
style of sleeping garment.
Flow IH1 V CAME.
It is said that the Inventor of pa
Jamas once had occaston to maKe n
Journey with his wife, shoitl) after
Pullman trains were added as an es
sential to equipment of first class rail-!
reads. The wife was very thirsty and!
the man of the family had to make
Several trips to the water-cooler as
ithe wife's request for ;i drink roused
' her lesser half fiom a sound slumber,
I h forgot he was on the train and with
out slipping Into a bathrobe, or trous
icrs. or other garments than his bll
I lowing night hlrt, he started on his
trip to the water-cooler As luck would
have it there ,is another unfortun
late In the aisle, similarly garbed and
leach looked at thp other with a
Iglanco akin to repugnance. In the
mind of the Inventor flashed the
thought. "What could be more ridic
ulous than such an ill-shaped, clumsy,
uncomfortable wad of cloth for a He
man to wear during at least a quarter
of his life time, and espcclall in a
draughty train." So, with his coat ana
trousers as a pattern, ne evolved pa
Since this time the idea has, spread
extensively and at present embraces;
practlcall 70 per cent of the popula
tion. Even the gentler sex has been
converted to the nractlabilitv of Paja
mas and hundreds of Ogden women,
haberdashers assert, have purchased
arments of this nature which were'
i rtainly too small for their husbands
Materials" Solsette Is one of thel
most popular with silk also, in great I
d mand A number of garments of I
crepes and mercerized cotton are also
in huge demand and the coloring ot
the various suit9 of pajamas rival the
I rainbow. Some of them would put a
j self-respecting rainbow to shame.
White seems to be the favorite col
or, or maybe the purchaser Is timid'
about taking home the more brilliant
ly colored pajamas. Some are con
structed in combinations of colors that
to an excitable dlsposltloln Would M B
quarantine against the arrival of !Bor
pheus. We know one man (("nose
spouse refused to allow the Earments
to be unwrapped after she had torn
a comer of the wrapping-paper to de
termine the contents of the package
Hr husband, following her view of
the garments, had to equip the lady
with smoked-glasses until she had re
covered from the effect of the shock
on her optic nerves.
While Interviewing shopmen regard -ing
pajamas, the writer was shown a i
brilliant g.i.ix of serpentine stripes,
of orange against a checkered badK- j
groOnd of green and while The ef
fect wka simply stunning and the clerk!
el. timed that patterns' on this nature
were highly favored by young men of j
about 20 to 25. ears of ace.
Pajamas of pals mauve various
shades of tan, purple green orange,
combinations of -tripe-, rlv-ek- i rl--crosses
and weird futuristic patterns. I
all are being worn with enthusiasm by
the younger generations. The ,-,id lioys '
i k -" ,, in-,. .,i- .......
land defy convention, when In ih'
course of a railroad jourey, thej are
forced to traipse down the aisle of the
I Pullman In quest of a gl i-s of water.
(. IINTJXG r W OR.
; But pajamas are gaining favor, and
(experts claim that the nlcht shirts
which for scores of years were badges
i of respectability, are doomed to ex
I Dealers claim that riccp pink is
, about the only color known that Is not
I purchased readily by males as a suit
able sleeping garment.
The cause for this aversion to pink
I Is a mooted question. Some claim that
pink is not becoming to the majority
of males, but amon- the weaker sex
pajamas of this eolor are said So have
an extremely large following. Pink
i pajamas, whose color radiates warn, th
and pood cheer, pink to that extreme
degree of plrikness that eecms to leap
from the garment against ones eye
slght. seems to be the favorite coloring
among the female of the species.
Girls and oung women arc the
greater devotees to the pink pajamas,
It Is claimed by authorities. Older wo
men and spinsters prefer pale blue pa
Jamas, while plain white ones with
pin stripes of various cotors seem to(
be the choice of even older women.
But the old-fashioned shirt, such as
Grandfather and his grandfather be
fore him wore, are passing to the great
beyond, where angels and seraphlms
are content to garb themselves con
tentedly In filmy nightshirts and strum
celestial strains upon the golden harps.
HE CARRIED MAIL IN
OGDEN 'S EARLY DAYS;
E. D. STONE RETIRES
""" JErflrT ,41,,,, , u ,,
E D Stone, veteran postman, one of the original force of four
men of the Ogden postoffice, and "Bill" who pulled the mailman's
cart for many years.
BY JAMES 0 I ONKOR.
i Rounding out thirty years work In
the postal service at Ogden, during
which he traveled over 180,000 miles.
I E. D. Stone has been honorably re-
tired by the postal department. Mr.
j stone started delivering mall here In
I 1850, just when Ogden was struggling
out of the village class. Of the orlg
I Inal force of four men, only Dick Tay
lor and Mr. Stone are now living.
I This was the Inauguration of the first
I free delivery serv ice In Ogden and
I carriers worked far into the night.
Street numbers had not then come
i generally Into use and regular routes
When Mr. Stone began to deliver
'mall from house to house In Ogden.:
the kerosene lamp was In Its prime
and the old-fashioned hanging variety
replete with all its resplendent crystal
I dew-dads, was suspended In every par-
lor and sitting room
The Incandescent was Just being In
troduced In Ogden and the few busi
ness houses and others who hud ob
tained this novelty were kept busy
turning it off and on as a show for
the interested spectators.
W'n-n Mr. Stone began delivering
mall it was more than ten years be
fore Lou Becraft drove his first
Republicans of Massachusetts
Approve Harding's Stand
on Foreign Policy
BOSTON. Sept. 18. Massachusetts
Republicans in state convention today
endorsed the national candidates andi
platform by unanimous vote on the re
port of Us committee on resolutions. I
Tho convention declared that the party
in this state was with Senator Harding
in his stand on the league of nations,.
The convention was the first in
which women had taken an actlvei
pa i t
The league plank said to be accept
able to Senator Lodge, Governor Cool
Idgo and representatives of other views
on United States participation In a
world league, said
"We stand with our candidates,'
Warren O Harding and Calvin Cool-I
ldge for such agreement with other
nations as win preserve the peace of:
"horseless carriage" alone ogden'J
streets to the great excitement of the
In most of the stores along his mall
route he could obtain butter at about
two 'pounds for a quarter anil eggs
I for 10 or 15 cents a dozen.
Butchers then were still giving away
la piece of suet with a 25 cent Sunday
! roast and also a chunk of dog meat
for good measure.
With the growth of the cltv and the
heavier burden of mail, the route tak
en by Mr. Stone was extended further
and further Into the outskirts of the
city, leaving the Inside portion for the
men on' foot An average of ninety
pounds of mall has taken dally. A
faithful horse, Jennie, made the dally
rounds for eighteen years and was
finally called at the age of twenty
four. "Bill," the horse shown In the I
picture, was his successor and died
two weeks after his master laid down
Tho entire force of the postoffice
establishment here surprised th(. vet
eran at his home, 9,11 Twenty-first
street, recently and during the evening
presonted him with an automatic shot
gun. Mr. Stone being an enthusiastic
sportsman The presentation was
made by Postmaster George E. Brown
the world and prevent future war; for
jsuch agreement as will measure up to
the full dutv of America to civilization
land humanity and as shall insure thai
I'the heritage of American natlonallt
shall be unimpaired and unsurrend
"A irlendlv but firm policy towardl
I Mexico that will Insure rCSpeol f.,r the
American flag and protection of the
rights of American citizens." was reo
"1 was a great 6ufferer of stomach
and liver trouble and cannot saj
enough In praise of Mayrs Womb rflll
Remedy It has done so much for me
and I am recommending It lo other
sufferers, I was a trained nurse iu
Marine and other hospitals e,ir- ;
therefore many come to mo for advice.
I certainly received great benefit from
.M.iw s Wonderful Remedy." i' i a
: Imple, harmless preparation that re
moves the catarrhal mucus from the
intestinal tract and allays the Inflam
tuatlon which causes practically all
stomach, liver and Intestinal ailruenls,
including appendicitis. One dose II
convince or money refunded. Mcln
tyre Drug Co , and druggists every
FRIEND OF DEBS
Seymour Steclman, Vice Pres-;
idential Candidate, to Speak j
At Eagles' Club
SEYMoi u 9TEDMAX.
Sevmour Steilm.m Soclnllat nar'v
candidate for vice president of the i
United States, and running mate of
Eucene V lcbs. will give an address .
at the Eagles hall Tuesday evening.
under the auspices of the local So-
', cla list party.
Seymour Stcdman traces his Amerl-
canism back to 1634. In that year.
John and Isaac Stedm'an (which one I
Is his forebear Stedman doesn't know) j
arrived In this country on the Queen
Ill PLEADS GUELTl
I Nevertheless Stedrnan pleads guilty
j to being a "hyphenated American.'
Of his 32 great-fran'lparents only
one v - lb.' oKl-liue. percent!
American stock, she was a Mohican I
Indian. The other 31 w ere descend-I
! ants of those who. on being told toi
! go back to whore they eame from If
they did not like the way this coun- 1
itiy was then run, refused to heed;
the advice and stayed with the Inten-
tlon of making this a land of liberty,
civil, religions and industrial With j
that aim In view they served their I
country as citizens and as soldiers, I
officers and privates, from the I'lalns
of Abraham to Appomattox The
poets. Edmund Clarence Stedman and
William Cullen Bryant, are dlstln-'
guished names among the blood-kin 1 1
of the Socialist candidate for the vice I
At the St. Louis convention of the
Teople's psty In 1S96. Stedman was
the chairman of tho contesting delega- !
tlon from Illinois, composed largely oil
members of the American Railway
I'nlon, who didn't have mone enough
i to pay their fare there, or their board,'
while there, and who made the trip
on brake-beams and slept on the floor)
of one little room'at the hotel. They
were "middle of the road" men, who
uncompromisingly refused to vote for
William Jennings Bryan. In spite of ull
the Inducements offered and. threats ,
made, and even though the light.- ol
the hall were turned out They were
for Debs, hut when Pebs refnsod to (
be a candidate, wllly-nllly they had
to act with tho Democrats for the last
onif.iN OF PARTY.
After the campaign the remnants 1
of the American Railway I'nlon got 1 1
together and formed a semi-political, II
semi-economic organization, but later I
after an all night debate on the ques-I
tlon of political ac tion versus economic :
action, in which Stedman closed forjl
the parllamcntarlcsts. those who fav- I
sred political action bolted the conven-j3
tlon and at sunrise formed a neif S
political party, the Social Democratic
Party, with Eugene V. DcbB as chair- I
man of the first executive committee, 'I
the other members being Victor E. ' I
Bergcr. .lese Cox. since deceased. I
i i derli 1 1 i ' 1 1 ind Scynvur Sfedmsn.
The Socialist part Is the heir and j
legitimate successor of tbjs party.
Vyhil Stedman was a member of'
the Illinois legislature In 1913, there'
was o i lobration of LlncoiH's birth
day. Among the guests of honor gath-
ered to pa) tribute to the iftamory
of the great emancipator were Sena
tor Jos. i.'i I', i I, . ,if Texas, and Count
Von Bcrnstorff When the legislators
rose to their feet to show their pro
found r tfpect for these men, Stcdman
and hi three Socialist associates kept
th( Ir eats, having no admiration
whatsoever ( r either the Standard Oil
As representative of the t'nlted Mine
rs of Illinois, Sevmour Stedman
madt an Investlgatldri of the mine
horror at Cherry, in which about 300
workers were burned to death.
Mr Stedman servc.il on the commit,
lee appointed hv tlie Socialist party
to Investigate the strike in the copper
region of Northern Michigan, and has
!'' n.li cl numerous Injunetlon cases
In labof dlsputei He defended ?7
cases under the Espionage Act, and
in only one case has the defendant
gone to the penitentiary, the case of
Eugene V. Debs.
He lle In Chicago and is mar-
rled, riH wife .en of good old New
Sunday School Ass n
To Meet on October 4 1
A meeting of the Weber count Sun-
day .sehool association will be held ai(l
the First Presbyterian church Monday; I
riiclu, 'ctober -I At the meeting last IB
Monday nighl Homer A. SeJp, presl-il
dent of the association, presided. Mis. II
Rosalia Hoi berg and C. M. Wilton II
sang. President Reherd of the West-ll
minister college of Salt Eake talkidil
Oil the I Oly land. p
CARD OF THANKS
The loving sympathy of relatives
and rrlend: ended during our re
cent bereavement in the illness and
demise of our beloved mother and sis-i
ter Esther Hannah Rennle, was a
source of great comfort, and we here
by express our heartfelt thanks.
Especially arc we appreciative of the I
ea rendered iiy the Ninth ward
Relief society, the Sego Lily lodge, the
speakers, singers and those who furn
ished automobiles at tho funeral.
rfENRl WEST AND FAMILY.
TUBER) i U SIS 3PR1 ls
TOKIO, Aug. 20. (Correspondence)
Tuberculosis sufferers are on the in
ert ' In Japan, tht latest ret urns ln
d lea ting th' total number at over 1,
Statistics formerly showed the mor
tality at the rate oT one In every four
patients. The litest tendency, how
ever, Is toward a gradual decrease in
the death rate. The spread of the
disease s attributed to the Inadequacy
of preventive measures. Tho authori
ties have decided to establish a charity
hospital for consumptives in each prefecture.
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