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IKS! SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - E
" SESSIONS HEBE
Annual Convention of State
Association Set for
H The thirty-fourth nnnu.nl convention:
H a of the Utah State Bundaj School asso-
fl ciatlon will be held in i gdcn at the;
B Kirst Baptist church, Wednesday and
MH i'h ursdii , Ktcber and it
ifH A. u Kbi rhardt is president of the
HM association and A. Gr. i'rauk, secretary. 1
W '1 Im- jir(.j;r.i in lulluns
El IM MitliMM,
10:30 Devotional Period.
H loim solo f. M Kelly
H Address of Welcome
H .Mi lling'-r
Response by Slate f 'resident i
H A. V.. Dberhardt .
H .Minute." of Last Convention.
IH Announcemi nts of committi s:
HR ' 1 1:30 AilJnss. h.r
Dr. George H. roui
UY Director Religious Education, Bap
H ttbt Society.
H Address E. w. Halpcnny!
H chicugo. Superintendent Aduit D1-!
sxrssssi v Won International Sundas School I
Y I i i sit y AFTERNOON,
-ttl 2:00 Worship
Rev: Hysiop Presiding I
mJM m..i oi. . ... Mrs. Leonora Skdggs
MflH Address, Hymnody and Music
J ReV. John E D. D. ;
H Address . . .. .
H !l:80 Divisional Conferences
iySA Children ... Suril Frieda Dressel
' l v ouuk People ,Supt, Man Hartln
.jpf I Adult ....... supt. w Halpcnny
.'jBjb President . i: ESberhardt
I 30 Recess.
iSH 7 10 Praise and ir..r,
Rev. Christian K Garver, Presiding
WHBM Vocal Duet
amiii .. Mrs. Lee MiJI.-r. Mr C. .M. Wilton i
JSjHK Addicess, "The Pupil . ... Dr, Young
Address .... . . Supl Halpennj
l HI i:mi v MOJRNIXG.
BpR i0:30 Devotional Period.
BIH Violin .solo .Maty Paimlej '
" v" i ' 1 Commi . . . ' I . i . i 1 1 1 i 1 1
I 1.30 Address, "The LeSSbn " .... ;
Address sup; Ualpenny.
1 2:30 n. ci as
i in i;mi y m i ERXOOX
2:00 Worship . . j
Rev. Godfrey Matthews Presiding
Vocal solo Mra ' H- St en
Address.. "The Conditions"
Address Supt. Hal penny
Children .. Supr Frieda Dressel
Young Pi dpie . . sMit Mai y Mai tin 1
Adult . Supi. E, w Halpcnny '
Administratis e i
. ..Vice President C. H. Zimmerman I
l ' 30 Recess. f
l HURSD A l l.M(. I
"'30 Praise and Prayer !
Rev. John E. arver, Presiding 1 1
Vocal solo . MIsa Grace Matthews J
Address, 'Bringing Up Willie" I
Dr Young , I
Address supi Ih.lp. nnv I
I WORK IN OGDEN, I
RESIDE IN S, L.
Electric Train Brings Fifty j
Men Here on Every
More ihan fifty Ogden workers, em-
Mo ployed regularly by different firms and I
jiSftn companies, have found it necessary to 1 I
live in Sal) Lake while working In Og- I
t-mM den, traveling har k and forward each I
ftwPfi ',,y Bambcrgei Interurban I
I Gradually the number e being mug I
mented, the list being increased I
H fourteen one da during the nasi week I
Mmm f bo men who an making ihi.s trip I
H ilallj declare that the arc anxious i"
I secure homes in Ogdein and that they
n "'i") in"1 i h ir Camllii s In re bul
that - -.m it . mi . luril.Mi home- Is the
hlnderani e Over I wo hour ol each
I iy an spenl bj i hi rh on 1 he Intoi ur
b mi) trains. ICai h o i hr- workers al
i hough t ra rcling on i ommutatlon
!")f ticket has an additional heaw -
Eftfc i" I'.-1 in making thi trip
VABIOI sia EMPLOY I D
W About thirty of the nu n .irr employ-
" -j cd at tin Ogden arsenal and as lha
' v "rk proceeds there il la anticipated
jSfH' there" wll be even mm- making ili
journei to the governnu-iu work -n-.
.-;! Be'sd tin-.- iherc are ttrpenlris
Viji'cf painters, millwrights, traveling sales-
fc$fS mr" newspaprr work, r making
the Journeys A number of men em-1
pkWi Ployed a! Layton, 'learfiil.l and Sun-'
sl ms ; e th i rm trip each ij Som
o them es ve Ball Lak on a train
at n i ii- k, otln i i o'clocl Thi
B: trains leas in? :d. n ..: I ; ami :.
o clock In tli' afternoon u m ;ln i,i
on thi rcl urn lout n
One .Instructor of the Ogden high'
school hah found it impossible to bring'
b famllj to 1 gd i) He remain here '
while hia wifi i maintaining the
family in Idaho Persons in touch with
fi M 'he situation declare that there nre'
many slmllmr instani i thai fullj 500
mote homes are needed In Ogden to
and that even thousand new
homes would won be I llled a l hei
art man- people anxious lo work in
' 'gdi n but ui'v. tiling to n "rk in one I
i n '1 i not ii'
Att ption ha I bj 1 1,, -
persons to the fact that when the,
jU Sperrj and Glebe mills ,i , . .
ftw thc Ogden arsenal ready ior u.v and
ilo- iiew Pacific n ull E pr Ii c
plant finished there will be even gr it '
r need im hornet than now in id
diiion there is constanl . nlargcmi nl
o mplo mei list in ol hi r fai toi Ii
9H wholesale houses and retail stores In
gden the number ot I imilii 1 1 .,. h-
ing i ig(fl.n ucll i ai iM-mg n cocci
Of the number of houses and apart
ments provided for their o- cu ancj !
9 Fores! Service Man
Goes to Missoula
Rl j- G, Falok, property auditor al the
Hfjd local forest service departed yesterday
MUHi for Missoula, Montana, to iiistruct a
new property clerk as to his duties. Ho
will then go to .San PYanclsCo and
Portland and perform similar duti '.
While away from Ogden, Mr. Falck
1 will look over the tentagc situation it
i reported, with the view of contract
H ing for a large number df tents m
even that the material drops before
IPflH 1 spring.
RTm During the World War. France
loft 28 1 1 j 1 1 a man', nn n vi- I he
' LAST &THOMAS , I
WORTHWHILE REDUCTIONS THROUGHOUT THE STORE I
S x A very interesting display of quality merchandise at prices in reach of " I
' all. New fresh merchandise bought at the declining market, offered H
to you at startling economical savings. In fact, the savings will he so j jtj7 I
. 1 great and advantageous we urge your personal attendance to partici- 1 :kzt I
j pate in these unusually lowr prices affecting all departments. I
, ' V SENSATIONAL SALE OF OAINTY PARTY t4 Ann E I
DRESSES AND EVENING GOWNS I U ' S I
( J y J Formerly $25. $35 and $40. Posilivc values. Party dresses, daintily developed in silk nets, charmeusc, S ) I ) m
f I i tinsel cloths, light colored crepe de meteor. Chic dresses individualized in elaborated glaring gold I j) v x mr n ) ' W
( and silver bandings. There is choice for the most discriminating buyer There arc approved style -r" n 4) )
f gowns t hat show the desired richness and the predominating individuality that passes the review or - 1 n( A; W '
i , v lp societ- These beautiful party gowns embrace all the new styles and color. Daintiness, quality and ( ffSr lk IF
,f,?v' (he sensational low price will prove the acme of value giycn. ( y " fl'r-4 K-
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF FIFTY ? I
SAMPLE WINTER COATS AT I
A SAVING OF 25; I
v1 v Women's and misses1 style coats The newest models for immediate wear Silk, and satin lined High grade tailored models v G f t
V in such permanent materials as velour, plushes, duvet and Bolivias. New style coats at popular prices. Come and price them. 3- f
1 DRESS GOODS VALUES .
Wm K! iiifCT fiF Woolen Big Bedspread
-i 1 1 i. . L nAml a- ss. cinakiiw Value
i 'IK 1 I 5 fi 'i t A .'i m-hi I mixed plahl UlUOlXIMH .
A I f ' O iM4 y. V" 1 S,k4 i Z2J children's school For Monday selling 6a cq &
V . mSijL-. Gum 6 ! ..IISBI .In-: ses. ilurab'. ,.!.. d, i... At Worthwhile Sav.ngs at ... 4.0
5f I L r- nrriT I " 'I ;,n'' warmth unequaled. Specially 64-lihfj $5.t)0 values C?0 QC p
i W"teL fit PDs-AT ' - .. reduced Special, reduced at Z.J W
f - Ul UflLnS t ll-..x woolen . loakinss in plaid- Our refTJlar 6.00 extra heavy Iff
lAtw '' t S - ' ' in v a imp nd mixed materials for warmth crocheted bedspreads, full rr-sula- r
HYJr7Z MPnRTflNr.F J mnn:l N;a;d" x?fA XT(re They are the desired tion double bed plxe. A quality I
. f - - 'tV ' i llfirUil I Hlf UL WOOLEN REMNANTS cloth you rant. Will give entire sat- lf , .
. v tV ,,.,Vi 11 spread for extreme wear and wash- u
f ,f ( t-yy NVs 'v1 , Isfactlon in snow and rain and will v
i ff 1 .', "H: . IIJi,ML : n 1 '" 1,1 ;"'d lengths, al sa.vlnga nor wrinkle Bure woolen clonkings ln?- A?k for this remarkable spread L
. ,.r ' t .'fc.J Iilii,I.i-i .. ,;;t ail-. KrinriKPrPnlPlQ lnir-prloe Practically every im at a remarkable sale pfice value 1
y :f ' j , IbUMMIXUI UlllulO aglnabh length can be round iu I
, -r ' --4v-'-''''''' ' ' 1 ' s 1 1 1 ' i 1 1 1 f thi assortment All the plain col- I
J , r"r ' !' T 'i":'hi iiinMlii' iinin - Women s Handkerchiefs or in ,:-. i, pi:,, - im-iia.-. in- I
L1jv :-- , T,xr-- TrL-l ; fp, cotincs. plaids, stripes. Several liH
v - . r ; : '"- imv l""'''v A x sharp under-prlcinge lengths In cloaklngs. Here M rfh f 1 r Al ..
v - -taase o dozen; slightly mussed in the opportunity to suppi) your Wm vnln nr I'hnmninoYTn i
handling; values up to 25c;' for winter needs of fine wolens , at ill M llliln III 11 1 1 ti 1 1 1 1 1 1 el ft I I I B
Wool Finish Plaid , , , lulck clearance al , Unh.,-d of ,,., .vings. Vl' 1 UUIU Ul UIIWSIiUBUUllU
Di I , Children 3 Cnb Blankets . , .
tSlankeis 10c Each or 6 for 50c Sale of First Quality pUrC ,..t- 01.... 01 1 C
l ; 1 1 -1 limiMi I i i i . .. . n.'Ml.ii W liilr will, i oh.r.ii In.i.l.i- i. u , . .. handU. rehiefs in hr- ' INv lllllV PQ 55 T I fil 4 1 1 I
HOvaluee Special 7 00 Me bed rti Regulai CD 1 Ofi "' - white and colored em PURE SILK GEORGETTE (JV UlUfUO Ul Ul. Uall
Pair U M -'" Special, paii 4l,JO broidere isigns, with hem- mVl , , ,. , ,
White Wool Blanket; o- , r R1 . . I hems, splendid bargain S 1 69 Yard W rjie new gauntlel styles new stylish, chamois I
rii;i douDle ,.,, ,., Regular Single Cnb Blankets offer vi.w Yard U.v gloves, should sell ii rhrough a remark- I
(12valuee Special, rfn a a ,;,n colored d Igns Regu t Our 13.25 40-inph extra heavy qual- V A able purchase we are able to offer at this attrac- I
$y.2lJ li-fl-35 values. oo Hand Lmbroidered ity pure Bilk georgette in every Hf tive selling price j
, ,. , , ,17 , Special . OOt HandWrrhief ; wanted color. Including e nin-,' and iu I
High Grade Woolen ' nandkercmets , , , ( h ( m ( (
Blankets Baby bleeping Bags Pure linen and maderla handker- quoted in two yearn
special 3.48. Regular $4.5u col- chief? C hoice assortment of fine
b.eautJI Xl'M, : 01 V " ored BleePinS bags, with silk quality handkerchiefs. Values up r
bindin" ,i -M n uinnfi ""' appropriate to V each, at one tempting price a jftL- - ,
f - 1 $1Cj5 !' ,,!ur'A',ul I'h"""' 50c STl I FV! OnCI3y , UCSClSy
Largest. 70x80 Regular 1 5 Sheet Blankets Other Handkerchiefs I I J W sJPCS I 3 II d WedngSdaV I
values Special, dA nr in Cartel of sp I price toi Numerous dainty hand embroid-
pan plv.cJ quick selling. ereo designs .in white and Bolld 4&s -.ytf '
. colors, in rose, blue, lavender. isTVi JL I
and pink, al.-o mad-i H ik 'x'y:.- .-f't I
FAN II SI SILKS DRESS GINGHAMS handk. h,ns ,n , v .1. i and s.ai. jm iLl,jgL BIlI I ii '
That extra wide quality, not . . II . n t opportu mW ! , 1 I
Regular 7.00 Now tij Qu ncnes bul full3 32 ln , wUi( Qity to supply your early Christ. '''M' A
dow'deslg i. m gsTant?Si rly .eir for 60c yard og m-want. at thlsunu.u.1 l. 1 O U 1 Q 4- U Olkl '. I
JK S 3RS , ln'sdreJU Thc New B,ueb,rd . u u A T u V
lirlf(. " A 80f rml8h gingham that will PAJAMA FLANNEL 700 pairs of women s high grade shoes, in black. m
' weai and washing al .1 -om- ,, , , 1 j 1 -ii .r 111 i :' I
FILET LACE DRESSER -,,,,.,,, ' 49c brown, gray and mustard colors, with fuU Louis or f. fk;
SCARFS .1APNESE TABLE COVERS " regular tf.K. a ard military heels 1 hese shoes are made by J. & I. w gWy
t h0 nr "l i,,ul 36 inches ' rhif Cousins, Queen Qualit) and Witl people. f V- K' !'
tfC Each Special, $Z.95 UnnnH Ls fining a wide popularit ;JHBM ,'
I V"ul'ir Sl "11 Im tor daintiness in colors and designs. p vSSStOkW ?. ,
'-i -.-..;;,,;:.v :- . , y OUT 35f 140 Jf- f i;-;-
your choice of an ol lln-m al ihi ,(, faorltr for pajamas and ni-li w u Trltsillni i.s. I
ri-marUabli ,-ah prir.- pecial reduced pssjk H9 ajjjjjjfa 31 .9 ' I
VERY BEST PERCALES gLJSPSPtL ATTRACTIVE SILK VALUES ChOICG '
Special Oft ; ' The slll I'laik.d di- Uouiii .u tin-declining market; of- Jr0 window
yar Z"C clmlngoffei them or feretd to ypu at these unusuallj low D IT D DA ID
L000 yards m high grade percales, nowya ..... vd.fcO prlbea rLh Jr Wr
full yard wide, regulai 60c ellers Lustghqii draping silk foi fashion- FANCY GEORGETTES c- 0 o wj l aa r I
Comes m black ground with white able dress weai Silks that show lh 9 aq oizes Z to O, VVidths AAA to L. fnmp 7flJv nr f
stripes and figures. If no objection conception or value in such domi- JLAO Yard ., . VVtlir; LiC&I I y O.IHJ
10 tht colon yon will certalnlj ap natliig colors aa bi.nK navy, copen, A seleci line ol fancj georgettes in This is your opportunity- Buy now and save yourself jl V IU 1 I
predate the exceptional heavj qua; beaver" i-ose and white Phere 1- beautiful color combinations and c TUI ;e nni :rtu ci. Oct I Olll VY all Lo
t) and lh taction in wear al thi biggesl bargain lp qualltj drei tii ... ie These. are priced aboul one- some money. 1 nis is not a jod 101 sale. 1
this remarkable Bale price 111 hall what they were formerly. !i
LAST & THOMAS I
Bulletin Lists Bounty
On Predatory Animals
A recent government hullelin. "Laws
Relating to Kur-UcarlnR; Animals.'
5ivcs lniorostim? information regarding
the bounty paid iy Intermountain
states for predatory animals.
Shooting a niouutain lion, bear, coy
ote, bobcat or lynx in Colorado, Wyo
ming, gets the hunter no bounty w hat
In Nevada, lf you are fortunate
enough to kill a mountain lion, you
can collect $5.75 bounty. the seventy
five cents being thrown in for Rood
measure bythe state Livestock asso-
iciatlon. Thi .-am- sum is added to lh-$-
bounty on lynx, wildcat and coy
otes. Idaho pays $2. 30 bounty on coyotes,
bobcats and lynx, $20 on bear and $00
'on mountain lion.-
In rtah, a bounty of $02 is paid on
wolves. ?J0 on bear, cougar and Moll.
I I on coyote! and $3.00 on lynx and
Prlo'i to the time when larger boun
ties v. ei,. allowed In Idaho every coy
ote or other predatory animal killed
Within IOO miles of Utah was brought
to tills state for bounty, it is alleged.
Short Line to Build
Tie Treating Plant
To secure data regarding the locu
tion of the largest quantity of timber
before decision Is made regarding tin
building of tii.. new tie treating plant,
to be constructed during tnc coming
year by the Oregon short bine Ruli
Iroad, a representative of the chief en
gineer's office of the railroad, visited
at the forest service headquarters yes-
The chief engineer's department, it
is reported, has been authorized to
Include an estimate for the tie treatcr
plant in tho next year's budget
It Is reported by forest offii lals that
the Oregon Short Line Railroad Is
making arrangements lor the cutting
of thousands of ties from lodgepolc
pine. Heretofore the railroad has
maintained that lodgepole pine was not
good enough timber to be used as ties.
Los Angeles Is planning h war
memorial auditorium lo coot $4,100.'
000, and to contain 18.401 seals, or
one for evcrw man in that city enlUe-
ing in the army, navy or mains corps
during the World War.
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Nevada Cave One of
Lehman cave in tho Humboldt for
est, Is attracting considerable atten
tion throughout Nevada, according to
forest service advisors.
Visitor, 11 Is stated, have described j
the cave as bein far more Interesting
than the cave of the Winds in Colorado
The Lehman caye has enormous di
mensions. A gigantic chasm separates the ex
plored section from an unknown part,
of the cave.
, Indian legend is that a tribe of In
dlans disappeared In the cave hum!
red s of .1 1 .1 nd are still inhabit-
ling tiic living on the flesh of
subterranean fishes ami such forms
of animal life as wanders into tho cu-
One of the most peculiar featured
of the cave is a monstrous aeolldn
hup. The harp IS formed by si a la-:-.mites
ami stulacttes that have formed
columns in narrow portion of th.
n draught of wind paseet
through H'e colutnas melodious tones
are 'given forth, it Is wild
The American Legion has 13 posts
outside of the l nited States.
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