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I SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1920. THE VtiDEN bl ANUAKU-EXAMUNLR 5 1
12 NIEOFOCDl j
Pingree Bank to Be Known As
National Bank of
Storkliolrlr. of the rincrre Nntionnl
bank have voted to change the name;
of the institution to Th( National'
Bank of Commerce of Oftttan, Utah."
The stockholders also ratified and con-I
firmed the action of the board of di-1
rector. In lncrcalnir the capital stock;
from $175,000 to 51'uO.OOO.
Following the meeting. J. H Riley,
rashirr of the bank, sent out the- fol-J
' Arrangements have been completed
to change the name of this bank from,
'The Pingree National Hank of Og-i
den Utah,' to 'The National Bank of
Commerce of 'gden, I'tah.
"The bank, under the name oT 'The;
National Bank of Commerce will con- :
tlnuc to occupy its present bankinc
lU.irteru on Washington avenue, in
Ogden. Utah. On Monday, October 4,
IDJO, we h:ill staii out with a capital
of $:0,000 and a surplus of $125,000.'
We shall he In n stronjj position and
have better facilities than ever before
to handle your luslnes. E P. Ellison. I
at present president of the hank will
continue to be president of t- Inatl
ttlt Ion under its new name. Messrf. '
Chas. H. Barton, J W. Abbott. Ezra
Richardson and H M. HuJman will
continue as vice president", and the
l. other officers will continue pracUcany'
r thf BOmi "
I fob wsm
1 But Ancient Emotional Melody
2 Proved Too Much for Even
LW Hardened Director
B Movie directors are groat helpers
M in atmosphi re. Som r th
H thai motional scenes raiwot bt fllmeti
1 Without the aid of music Director,
H Frank BorzaRe, who handled "l.'un:or-l
fH esque' coming to the Alhnmbra Th-n-
day for a five-day run is of (his ti
H Some of the scenes of "Ilumore.squ'
H are laid in New York's Jewish Quartet
H on the East Side Morzago accordingly!
brought a Il'-brew cantor and his clvir
JJ tu the studio The director jiroparocl
EfV shoot" (lie episode In the picture1
J K i hers the musician hero i- and Is told
1 that he will never be able to play
H "Give us some Bad music," ordered
Borzage 0f the ca'ntor.
The Hebrew choir struck Into the,
v.eird strains of "Kol Nidre.-'
H Now Kol Nidre" is a famous lle-
brew melod) - the mosl emotional ever
BB v.ritten, some musicians say and' its
!JiV beauty and heart-rc 'iding appeal arc
well known to anyone wno Has attehci
. Of a synagogue. The players in "llu-
moresque became conscious of Its er-j
facts immedlatel) Vera Gordon, play,
ing the old mother, wept real tear-.
Gaston Glass, the hero, s emcd sud
denly to have lost his lust friend Given
the electrician Inoki .1 w n -ln-none ani
the camera-man forgot to turn the
"Stop It!" shouted fcorzago to Hie
musicians and even his voice was a lit
tle quavery. I want pathos but I
can't afford to turn th.s place into a'
So the choir played "EM Ell." a
Ghetto Jazy tune, Instead and Immedi
ately restored the smiles to everyone s
,.j COAL DIGGING RECORD,
i (By International Sews Service i
IHssH SP KING FIE ho. III. Sept. 11. I
Miners at the Spring Creek Coal com-:
pany mine here set a record for coal
production in one day recently when
they dug nine hundred cars of coal In'
the single elpht-hour shift. The!
previous record was eight hundred
cars In tonnage, the record makes
l.coc tons John Btrebel is superin
tendent of the mine, Pete Bsper, mine,
manager, and Carl Elshoff. assistant
t.KTTINt. TIKI I OF
EVANSVXLLE, Ind When Cassius
McFall. the "most arrested 'man" In i
Evansvllle, was again haled into cour: !
on a charge of drunkenness, he told :
judge he intended to go to the country
B and "settle down to a quiet life."
GIRLS WANTED Craig Can
I ning Company at Five Points. 1
AT 1ST POINT
Ogden High Athlete Gets Ap
pointment to Military
LEI. AMI K 1 1 I! lilis.
l. eland (Lee') Rlohards, former star
athlete at lh- Offden high r.cliool, his
; reached West Point, where he will
,t..ke up Studies for a military carejM
illts appointment to Wesl iJoint wn
received some time ago and earl; In
R ptenber he left for the military
Richards excelled in athletic sfents
while attending the local school
his prowes3 on the gridiron, on the
track and the basketball floor Was
known throughout the slate
Virgin of Stamboa!
With Priscilla Dean, at
Qgden Theatre Today
Cr.'V'cs who have had an opport un II
obtain n pre-release view of the
latest Untversal-JeWf production 1
Th- Virgin Of Stamhoul," starring i
Frl.-cllla Dean, have been unstinted la
their praise of this picturesque photo-1
drama which is announced tor today
at the ogden theatre.
The story was written especially for
Priscilla I )ean by H H. Van Loan, ami
it is .-aid that h- kept her vision belorej
him constant djurlng the mopths he
was at work on this colorful romance,!
th s -ones of which arc laid In Stam
houl. the wickedest city in the world I
The result Is. from all accounts, lhar
Mfss Dean with a role that permits
her to exercise the thousand and oni
I bases of her magnetic art.
The central figure In "The Virgin Of
Btomboul,' Is Siri? a lu-sg:ir pirl on the)
streets of the Turkish city, wild as an
Arabian steed, and according the I
Moslem creed, with e soul as the filth j
In the streets While secreted In the
mosque, whither she has gone, again, i
the law. to pray that her soul le
cleansed; tin Is witness to a bet ii
crime and becomes embroiled In i '
chain of circumstances as fantastic as
the Arabian Nights.
American commander of the Black I
Horse Troop, composed of the BCUm or:
Asia, her Imprisonment in and escape
from the harem her wild ride across
the desert at the head of the untani d
cavalry all are but a few incident!
from a story that is alive with ten
drama and stirring situations.
The pholodrama his been given a !
sumptuous production by Tod Brown
ing and the principal characters are
portrayed by Miss Dean, Wheeler
Oakman, Wallace Beery, Bt A. War
ren, Edward Burns, Eugene Eordc.
Klhel Kltehie. Nigel do Krulller and I
Y-.etto Mitchell. !
TOO 1 I.IPPANT. s
EUGI VIC EXPERTS
IIERNE liAY Kngland. The
Sliliime, h'"l I'.'llKeule.s In r.- h is,
been called a school for engaged or!
courting couples. Officials of the
iioijl are annoyed at the flippancy of I
such statements and declare there Is
not an engaged couple attending
that the school Is a serious study or
beredlt. blolOK , psychology and 1 1
social application of eugenics.
I f LAST & mmgaB m !
I MUSLIN CAMBRIC OUTING FLANNEL
28 YARD 25o YARD
Regular 50c bleach muslin Light fulon-d miiinjr in
cambric, full yarl wide; dainty stripes, cheeks and U3
IH excellent for underwear; plain colors, lijjht blue,
.M soft finish snow white cam pink, rose, gray and
JH I hric muslin. Sold less than brown. Extra heavy ouaK
manufacturer's quotation. ity outing flannel. Regular
H Take advantage of thig re- K)c grade; full 27 inches
'f'" markable offering. wide Quality outing flan-
nel at a bargain price
BATH95WELS JAPANESE NAINSOOK
High grade fancj colored Regular 85c Quality
Turkish towelfi the regu- SPECIAL, 69o YARD
lar $1.25 quality; come in
13 a selected range of color- J1 10 yards pieces, $6.75
ings and designs. Special- Highly mercerized Einjsh
3 lv reduced in this sale at Japanese nainsook in
95c each. white, pink, yellow, light
blue and flesh , tor fine un-
1 HUCK TOWELS dcrwear and infapts
.mr ' dresses. None lietlcr
28 EACH, 2 FOR 55c
Large size bleached buck WHITE OUTING
towels, lT.vi-i; white bOr- FLANNEL
ii dcrs i only; an excellenl SPECIAL, .W YARD
j quality tor extreme wear iv
m and washing Hotels and 60c heavy grade bleached
rooming, houses should outing full 36-inch yard
I H take notice f this remark- w ide. The b'-st quality out-
, able buck towel sale iuj,' a! Less than wholesale
H Towels less than wholesale prices.
LAST & T1TOMAS H
ECONOMY SPECIALS OF PRIME IMPORTANCE 1 1
I INVITE YOUR ATTENTION
The balance of September will be interesting from a selling standpoint. No doubt crowds will be
here to participate in this great savings. Be one of them and share in these unusual values. j
! Women's Sizes 34 to Misses sizes 16 to 20 E
jCS Sacrifice Sale of Fine Woolen yea " SPECIAL OFFER I
I FEW DAYS ONLY I i
i , DRESSES Ik
4Pi at J ;B One Year's Subscription I
fP Jv'rf t0 e es'gner an Woman's Magazine with i I
fliiilfiu J fL ll J 3 ne twentv"ve"cent fashion Book and 10c
I jf lf 1aIIT & V1C(3 J Pattern Coupon, all for $1.25. I
. " Stunning drcsccs for women and misses, cleverly designed. j -
vfjji'J with contrasting trimmings and button effects developed l All MXCtXlCLf llTlCG j
m in such beautiful materials as tricotine poiret twills, wool
poplins. French serges and gaberdines the assortment is Zrv Tr I
so immense in sizes, colors, styles and quality. I
That choosing will be an ensy matter for every taste and price consideration, no doubt this j
I will be the greatest achievement for value given. Fine dresses at Economy Prices. Ask for Mrs. L. M. Wiles
! J . J
Drastic- Reduced Prices for the Balance of the I
September Month I
Intc-csting savings you c.n make on the most staple merchandise in blankets, muslins, sheets, sheetings, white goods, outing flannels, ginghams, and bed
spreads in white and colored The variety of merchandise will be extensive and popular priced there will be a riot of busy shoppers anxious to obtain j
some of these wonderful values. j
Mercerized Poplins Quality Bed Sheets Pillow Cases
j SPECISd SPECIAL, $2.45 ReOar 76e Qua.Hy H
1 2t inches wide mercerized finish, wash poplin for Our regular $3.25 r;ilr Double bed size, heavy NOW 62 r EACH i
A I children's dresses, snirts, ond fancy wear; excellenl cotton sheets with deep hem. Excellent for rooming
qiialitj poplin, washes like silk, retains a beautiful houses and hotels. Gives entire satisfaction in wear Kxtra heav3 quality pillow cases, none better for
gloss after ironing, ami washing and Tier of starch. A genuine sheet service and satisfaction in continuous wear and 1
0 t bargain w.-t-hinu'. st. U up while thi unusual price lasts I
High Grade Mercer- utx i al
j af l White Longcloth n.n
l, NlnQOk Regular 50c Orale at PtffoW, CaSeS
Our Cue yualitv
SPECIALLY REEUCED AT I!),- YAP.D 350 YABD SPECIAL. 49 EACH
Or 12 yards in a bos al $5.85 Sheer finish snow- inches id', soft finish long cloth cheap as inns- ;" pillow cases, 4"x36 regular size; made of a good
I I white nainsook for Pine lin-n rn- and li wrar. Of- lin, for finer underwear unsurpassable Many cus- .. , e t 1 n ' i v 1
, iii. hi i" i ,i i i i i n quality muslin, free of starch, excellent in washing.
I 1 1 ered during 'ins ouomj Bale .it o remarkable tomers will buy this by the bolt t ten yards, Bet ! H
I saving one of these pu rrs ;it this remarkable sale price Specially reduced while they last.
Readj Made Department TWO ATTRACTIVE 35c HANDKERCHIEFS CROCHET SPREAD DRESS GINGHAMS DRESS GINGHAMS
offers a remarkable bar- .HANDKERCHIEF AT 25c EACH $3.95 25o YARD 25 C YARD
gain iii VALUES inc embroidered hand- Hemmed; 80x90; regular Variety -of trfoes, plaids 2000 yards of fancy color-
BLACK PETTICOATS Regular 20c Handkerchiefs kerchifts in while and col $r-"'. Hxtra lar-e sie. and . hecks for eho,,l , tln. ,rinla,nt. worth
AT $1.28 SPECIAL, 15r EACH ored designs, sofl finish, "now hit e heavy bed dresses ; good assortment . 35c to 40c yard Full 27
Sateen and healtherbloom One corner embroidered in 8h'eer fuaish linen effect, spead; well finished. Real free of starch Regular 3oc im.hos Bpiendid
Finish iindei kirts foi s, r-. colored and white, neatly por quality and price un- bargain. grade Specially reduced. rangc of desirable plaids, f
e and strength. They arc h d, sheer finish; ex- matchable. CROCHET SPREADS SATIN BED SPREADS checks and stripes. Here is
lh V Pi f value 1 HIGH GRADE SATIN ?2.25 SPECIAL. 37.90 an opportunity to stock up
given, neatly finished in BED SPREAD Excellenl grade regular pur regular $10 qualitj for children s school
deep ruffle effed Regular A1?HA u Jvr Tvr 3 50 values larec size heavy satui epreads; seal- dresses at a remarkable I
$2.00 and $1.75 values. SPECIAL, 5S'r EACH SPEC AL 38 8, , ' ,1 r, .Mon,, loped and cut corners; saving of money;
A, mill. -r n Ml'il l.ire l,e.,'iil;ir 1J .) sellers A ' laree sizes beautiful pat-
TURKISH TOWELS Bizc bleached towel sale, perfect designed and fin- SATIN SPREAD terns for selection. LEATHER POCKET-
I HEAVY BATH T0',7ELS Turkish towels orth 85c ished snowwhitc spread, SPECIAL, $6.85 BOOKS
r9c EACH each, all al one price. They deep scallops and cul cor- Our regular $9.50 hemmed otnKing Reductions for Specially Priced 90
t Regular ?5c double twist- come in plain and colored ners. These spreads are su- satin Bpreads; full double . ,lcf mt Pocketbooks and purses,
J ed towels best quality for borders. Remarkable sale perior and give excellent bed sie K -optional spread sale of values up to $2. Side and
i ivash and wear price of 59c each satUfa tion in wear. value he season opens Monday top straps Morocco and
, 9Pr0a'?9 ,e,lu,:c,1 ,('SS t...d leather effects, fitted
I ( than manufactuws prices ,iVifh mirrora Exceptional
' -notice the savings you ,,a n
Fa xl IM M I can make.
9 BSh jT TX jTiL Heavy Grade English W5L 0LSKETS
fflU I ijQ dl D " COLORED SATIN BED SPECIALS. 90
K vi m fa &3 SSa k ll H SPREAD, 38.25 Dark colored wool blank-
kHlfi W mML J spread worth $11 of- 'ts, for outdoor and sleep-
fy -L Kf s r-! fered at one startling price ing parches An excellent
reduction; Scalloped and wearing -blanket . comes in
MONDAY SEPT 20 ONLY cut corners Bpreads, extra aQd pink borders. II
300 Pairs Women's and Misses' high grade Shoes, in black ai d gray colors, Military or bpd jj 5 Spenall-V reduCed'
FrrU ka ',ol"rs m pmk' llfW ' TURKISH BATH
1 renen neeis. jrellow, rose and white. TOWELS I
-j The patterns in these 90c Grade I
V:. , I f ' spreads are exceptionally SPECIAL, 68? EACH
WMiit frl Its) 9 lT f- beautiful and artistically ,,..,,,.. ,wistod heavv
1 V. '. i M 8lJ fe, designed. grade Turkish towels, for
mf. -3t':l! aTl Wi f SILK CREPE DE CHINE i;lth ,n,ne ,n all white .u-
W if'-HI v r TT SI f At a Marvelous Price ,,1 1 borders A splen-
-' V-l Vfitvv BH iCLir Reduction did towel bargain.
4 I OUT m ii" 91.69 YARD ,
-, 1 fc JiL. f ur regular 2.."n .pialitv PERCALES
lg- ;w ( hniCf r (JFI dl pure silk .-repe do chine 20c YARD
v '7- A tttLC mm 411 mehes wide, in 25 beau- Dark and light eolohed
IWfflBsSW. mmm r-ri ww tiful shades, such colors as percales for house dresses.
1mVV V "'L ICLuleS white, pink and black ill- aprons, children's wear.
Mp V eluded Excellent Eor wear indisputably the best ; j
vKjSS and washing. Prominent gives excellent wear and I
885gS2aB& for dainty dresses, dainty washing. This cloth is 24
"sli underwear and blouses, inches wide, freeof starchy
SALE STARTS 9 . 1 5 COME EARLY No Exchanges share in this attractive comes in splendid variety
Don't Put It No Lav-a-ways silk vahie at the phenom- of light and dark patterns. j
Off tr-. U enal forced down sale At a genuine bargain price
r it yourself .. ... .... , . ...1
v 1 price 01 $1.69 yard. M -U(- yaro.
LAST & THOMAS I