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I q IHL OOPEN STANDARD-LXAMirNLK SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1920.
I CHURCH SESSION j!
Annual Meeting of Congrega -
tional Churches Covers
The Honing se-JHdon of lha 37lh an-
nul meeting; of the I'tah Congreca- .
ilonnl churches waa held yesterday
morning at the Klr.si Congregational U
church at tb- cdrner of Twenty-fifth J
ftrcet and Arlanvs avonuc. .
Kcv. IS V. Kuhns was elected as
registrar and ReV George A. UewnevM
waa elected as moderator for the:
coming year. I
During the greater portion of the at-
(ernoon. the time was occupied by the ;
women's kneeling. During this meet-,
jog Mies Dora Smith ployed a violin II
oolo. accompanied by Mlus Irene J
Shields I j
Prior to ndjoui nmrnt of the meet- I
InK. It was decided th.tt .1 ipOCftl BBS ; I
ion would lc held, piob.irdy during j
January, at which artlclea of Incor-1 1
poration for the organization can le
! nnsiilrml. The organization ll (0 !
incorpor.iUil imilir th stair lawn.
ii i- report i I
The program was as follows:
1 .'. ,i . m Devotloual service. Key. j
G. A. l ney.
0:30 a. m. Association business, j '
10-1. m. Address by Dr. t: " j
Barrjson, followed i discussions and I
conference. i 1
j-8.30 p. m. -Women's meeting,
3:30 p. m. rAsdclu Uon business. j i
4 p. m. Association sermon, Rev. I j
Godfrey Matthews. Communion er-1
sice, lies K. V. ICuhlM and Rev, Q. A j
I inwnr' .
ITHE BREAT lUZIMOVfl j
si m mm
MlWh'A av'TRE HEART OF A CHLP" i j
Nsslmova, ine screen's greate I ! -actress,
come-; to the i'tah Theatre I j
today and .ill week in .' nicturlsatioh j I
Of Frank Danby'g most celebrated nos- 1 '
Oh ' The Heart 01 : I hild. " I
in this her newest production, ihc :
RUSaian Star appear.- In a rhara' ci I
entirely different from any she has : I
essayed in the past, that of Sally ; j
Snape, a cor kn pirl from the Limt
house district of London who is j
lorccd lo face the world with no
other means of protection than her ;
innate goodness, In r Inborn sense of j i
what is righl. her child i v .u i
There Is in 'The Heart of a Child" I
a gorgcoutness of pictorial beauty, j '
The early tenement-street -eenes are1
done with amazing fidelity lo detail, , j
yet created with an cse lo ih" pic ,
turepque that brin ihelr Bbabblnegt
to border on the quaint Such later I
bits of the ttory a the Bohemian
revel, the theatrical dressing-room j
scenes, the glimpses ol Lorn Kidder
minster's hunting lodge, with Its man j
orial dignity, and later the superb '
beauty ot his famllj estate all so
to make up a i erics of strikingly 1
I Has Sad Success in
Treating a stomach ache Indian
tashion. with the thcors that the more'
plentiful the remedy, the Quicker the'
rccover. Fred Bly, 2624 Wall live- J
nuc, was overcome by his medicine.
which contained considerably mure
than one-tenth of one per cent of j
alcohol, according to the police.
Ely. it is alleged, had been par
taking liberally of "bitters," which i (
said to be a sure cure for stoma. Ii ,
Detcctie Vs'alirr Moore saw Bly
trying to carry his medicine home
after transferring it from the bottle
to hl6 interior and HaCKrinc -oinr-what
under the load and arrested him
on a charge of drunkenness. Bly '
will appear before .Tudge D. R. Rol- ,
erts in the city court Monday morning.
I Cow Killed trying j
To Cross Car Tracks
MisjudglnK the speed of an ap- j
proachtng train of the L'tah-Idar ,
I'entral railroad proved fatal to a row
r 5:30 last evening, when "bossy"
stepped In front of the train.
The cow, behaving In a manner
characteristic to its kind, had lin
gered too long beffyre making a pud-
den decision to erons the tracks, mem
bers of the crew said.
The accident happened at Eleventh
Street and Washington avenue.
Rossy" was Instantly killed
Bring Body of Jap
Suicide to Ogden
The body of Fred T Yamaseka who
rommilte,i suHTldi- In fit of fiespord
ency at Nampn, Idaho, three days ago.
has arrived at the Klrkendall under
taking parlor In this clt.
Yamamkn, 40 yearB old. wan a k n ir
Set frrr.wer Ad', rue r"i conditions
are said to ha rained lilm lo kill
J The funeral will be held tomorrow
wfternoon at 3 o' lo'k ".t the klr
Bendall funeral chapel.
Durlnt the World War 11.880
women wer' enrolled In th Fnlted
jpntep Navy department, nay yards
I sjnl naval alalion.
8H mm W$ I
WRIGHT'S OCTOBER SALES BRING CROWDS OF BUYERS 1
K : -e f 1 I
-in spite of the fact that many extra sales- Muff Beds AngOra A Sale of BoVS Suits and
I ueonle were engaged for Saturday, still I Make von, own muff, we have I Angora trimming is ready. The i JKL Jt jr M w
. 7 a j ' ,MC nu,rf noiJ ready ror ioerlng. (rimming that is wanted tor chtl- .
We were Unable tO give everyone Hie Cover them with velvet, fur, an-1 dren'a anr wimen coat trim- : 1 r M fJli .S
i y i i a , gora or materials to match the i tuing. Mtii trimmings, sweater ... ,. ... . ' . A. .
best OI attention. suit or coat trimming. They're trimmiug.s. handsome patterns Waiting until late in the season to place these .
I : silk lined, fitteil with carrying checks and stripes', long luxuri-j orders, brought values that were impossible f '
never has our great crowd ot customers ring, sues for children and tor Um ooi woen m strips 4'.j to: iv
, . ,. j. . ,i I women snuii nnd ii rrv im is inches wide. Use them also earlier in the year. You may now buy boys ,
ft responded With more readiness tO tile pie to make a muff with the heln for muff coverings, The assort. . ' , .... t WK i
aolrtb wUinU (lmcn OMnhor 1ps are of a ready made muff bed. 75e5 men! la complet. right now. suits and overcoats at prices that seem like olrl t J n J
sayings which these Octobci bales are t0 Mt50. r arfl . S1 35 t0 S3i00 times In the ncw Juveniic Department '
I bringing. - 'j f
j -every section is teeming now with un- pantry Sales Pongee $1 St'V $9 Jw
usual values ill the most wanted fall mer- ft 25n sound kk Monday again thre will be Boys' school suits.sli tfjio
chandise. -y f ,h,s co., ,.-,.., "o,'J:05 U ?M
Tride of Japan Tree iV;i 20r T - iT
j -our best advice is this: "Let your shop- ggj J2S K ,;M"-"1 The kd OveTCOatS ' i? x j
ping be guided by the printed news Of Lemon and Vanilla, eacl, 20V hM 1 " BeUm8 n(' Valuesunte fl7Qr k Jk I
, " ? . 1 Cocoa, fcrpound can. 1 9r i2. Just pure nilk, no filling 110 Vl.VJ bbbVm I
the store s activities. Sk,nS Wi9 values unto dn or II mm I
Beef Oubas 1J In bos ....17 3 iiinev wide. Monday - UD IO CO fiC. S
' Palmolive Soap. 12 ban ' ", JPJ.OD M a
W 3 ivory Soap. 12 ba. J 1 Jsiue.upto Rl?Sfi
WllOlot a J-lue.up,o jj47S jji,
KjBp rap Rose Soap 12 bsi SI f I' Vlt.lJ 9
v rlK lux, 0 package sl Messaline
A GOODVPLACE TO TRADE This is ;i linppy relief from
All Cheaper VZtT The Busy Cotton Corner
4Si t. shadesi in fact, only the most Cotton stocks are melting away under the magic touch
: - .A : fjwi I here are cheaper prices on of these lowered prices We advise buying them now I
r A sL- ' L SKj .f.n, -ii n i wanted shades rhe kind tha r
m "Tpr piacticaiJy all silk hosiery. nP, riKjrM . ,JC , , . mf
t ,"V Mb . . i,, . . , i , i , ! i'ii DRtbS ginghams BOc glngbams, - z ssT
r w&ea ' I hese few items indicate the "'" ll"n '" all ihc best grade n i. f-JBI L O C I
Ur V usual reductions: ?1.59 o u T N g ' f l an ne l s , ' 4,Sf HopeBleach 25c I
0V SflBBi ft ''W 4 OUTING flannels -joc outmu Genuine hope bleach mushn
' JSSm k&S l GOLD S7R,PE ,l-KS-,-',"l" 2; 'tand S';,luM:r that has sold as high as 45c F I
JaVW " hnpe; thex don't rur. " tin, r f r ""-ring quilt making n- h, . Tnninv7.rtw. raab. f I
v gBttEb - nnnu, Xo im.Vrnekin, lllarksnd 7a6e DamOsk J"- d nsjsm:,v ..e Uld. Ton OITOW and Week flj
c--: SWUSSi . M tt 'c d..,k h:,v,n v. i MVlc xu"IUdK rd . 25c the price nll be, yard 2or s ffl
TjBfel'- " iT j j I I I S" - Special 82.30 0,1 t.'hle doth, si;-e UTICA SHEETS Uttca sheets, size I uj
sinS' I ' TWl P. ACTir Trtoc ... 64x64 inches, an extra hea ix90. extra heavj q.ialit -a, !,, , ,. , . .nPrcor)3.., ?
i - wH J l I I srsJKr;,;,.;.' h,a,K, , -r. ' '""n; "V ! .-
fMBK IJ i-.a ... ..'h.-. s: .. patterns to select li-i'ii - : 7."- nnTlwr , AMK1CI - ,V r
IfKttKWZ I C 1 . c . . 0,, OUTING FLANNELS d. oijt;n FANCY C A -ES !!... .1 un1 - ti i a
P?9f 1 : a?i2 unB cn ?XS lues foi an I S2.95 flannel, a full yard wide. In white broidered pil casei one pair In 3
gtf , j h S B!52onien, J.! 4 colors, extra heavy weight for a box. Regular $8.10 values !
WW KM ' hose medium pay and pearly graj night gowns, psjamss. etc. to S2 6S .
" 1 lie"' Special "69 1 M W 'aid -43f HUCK TOWELS Huck 'Swig '
L 1 i8r Lnna Clnth OUTING FLANNELS Amoskesg to order by the U. S. govern I I
l UuJ.UV (jr. f e tvyt,t 1021 outing flannels, in light dark :'1tn'- perfctij tree from natch;
nt ' I ITYiC I Ch Sf TT ff 1 ' hn penal qualit) and medium color? fot pajamat "'' absorbanl nebular
M L UkJL14.IL BOf, (MI1I,,S ,1,11, ,,,, ,h,. night dresses, qmn to-crings. etc 50c values Two for . 35r s
H i I.J If needlt b-.H ..l in vnds "j0c value- Yftrd 42r MUCK TOWEL8Made for ijie I
i( p -5 NppnlPllJnrb serge remnants Remnantso sovernmenl exfra soft heavv o,. I
r fCCWiCUU for ... S2.oo (0(t0D 8erge 32 nchefl w,de )or el?; slse 18x36 Regular 35c values. j
Manv women are beginning dresses, skirts, etc.. 2 to 10 yards 45r I
l-j lV "lift Picre, in ahite. ied, na . r. -n AMOSKEAG OUTING Amo feaj: f
now to plan the girts tha' tc. yard . jr outing rianuel In lighl and medium i x
they will make at home Wrt) Srrr new percales 15. percales in colors, also white, good heavy quul- I
jrr 9 -p, - , VVOUl Ocgc llghl dark and medium colors, good Regular lot values
i Ven-o ifr- nvC I he department is replete Wool serge, 36 inchcsiride, a rtm auallty. the kind that stand v' :Or s
GCL& kDlllLS JLmSS&& now wth the best sugges- ven 1 oualit storm ,hr ,aunclr yard 39" BLEACHED sheeting-jm vio- )
E J-f I wa-sej-we-F ts gouu quimj slV., PILLOW TUBING 86c pequot pil hawk bleached sheeting without
v ... t. , , , . tlOllS. serge 1 01 - skirts, stilts, . hi!- 0W tubing In 42 or 13 Inch Every- March or filling. Regular $115 JBBfC
- l ou I! hnd thc early hours ol the day thc best tor shop- dren'a wear, etc. Naw blue j bodv knows the quality of yeq-ioi value Special, yard sr 1
j ping i thi.bw 2nd floor More. The unusual values ,n --o ... I'KS.,': ' .ifjg '"Us-n:- r KKtri: i 3
coats, suits, dresses, etc. keep this department filled with -'"'""V5, n-piun.. ... jpx.io Vurk,Hh toweIa for lowers, bolidaj rklrts. ett lerfectlj im R
I . 1.' Inch. 1Z inch and 14 inch sixes. , - tu. a Ws?"
? :" iKSSftH t c-ii ci- r Monday Again ' .h-ttoi.' S ll
! Suits, $50 mouses. $5.95 MPE0 s; s"-. Silk Shirting Silk UnJerwear 3Bk (
Z At this reasonable price you rncolette blouses seem to still linen color rompers, stoes 3 to 4 Silk skirtinir 33 mches wide ti, ii q . i i I I I
I may buy praetieally any suit on be in highest favor and this lot rears, sumped neck and sicev ... , p" , .! Thc selling on Naturday demon- V H'
I the fltfor Ancl the atsortmenl priced at $5.95 is kept constant- 76c values, Special . 29c crepe ae cnine. Urates that priees arc now the
5 tompriscs some sually hand- h fUlcd u-ith eh.. - l-i - dresser scarfs-i ,ce trimmeS, jrep? sans gene, m a beauti- kinH that buyera like , pay. d Q k j
h iir j i i . a . , ilso lace inserted medallion ne tin hue i patterns values rn -, r a --.asr-
,;"." . w. d'..M. earis s... o! ih,s Miaten.ii i;ni are hami ..- Nair, ,r , 1(, - , 0. 75 Silk Garments, 2. 9.) ,dNr 9
leetion w bile assort nients un irnm 1 svilli tin- nrv yarn m- rial . Of - h;i.e a nice a.sortnient uf y &3$&vam? 'SBaSsMBsV n
1 eomileic I h 1 r ladies' silk enseiope chemise, MjMBpEQBfc .juMBSHm n
I7iei5bti5, rj..,) V MIN M O. I ) erep. de chine, trimmed In dam ISlES't 'S UsssssH I
A II son want a smart iitlle iru.k Tin re are -till a dom .-oats 5 . t ty laces. All sizes. Our usual ''vfwW I
c M.r -tiv' v.(.;ir. alien. Ini.-al thi v,n -kahh' Jk3WfflDC aJUiV J4 5" SPecia1 S2.95 Wi '
w.-ar. you ill doubtless find price, " oats thai came lo ua j Silk Garments $1.25 Swk ' B
? the 1 1 -1 1 ' garments hi this as- from the traveler's sample line I PnmDS and Oxfords (fr T i Cf Women's .silk camisoles, made ol rr
sortmeut; Dresses oi serge and Coals thai are like the regular St vi uo m goofJ qualltv WJsn s3fin ancj a
I of silken materials thai an docks selling up to $25. Mosl Vvnrtn tn & IS OO ' li crepe de chine, trimmed to dain 1
I worth more all sizes vr ui Lti IU pixJ.JU . . . y j ty lace and ribbon, our 2 valuea rf Jf CO '
Monday again in thc ncw downstairs shoe store this Special SI. 25 h Oly !
f " j sale ot women's pumps and oxiords will be in Silk Underwear d&Bssi
I WAv Mnho HnMVPrlrtKtQPQ? Prore88 May aye samples many from our own $5.95
ww iLJ iflwric' lUMOw f COOCO j good stocks. Since pumps and oxfords will be worn Women 9 silk chemise and A J 5
J Those who have been looking at the house dresses in b' women all the year thru, this sale has un- j jf - 'in 1X11X117X11771
I this offering invariably ask, 'why make them?" usual importance. BE""!. S! JjXiS On I
Six are mentioned there are many others. B1fcks' hJ"s- Pant leather, high and low heels,
siJk A complete line of ;ires i
x 1 light and heavy soles among the various styles Our usual values 10 $10 I If;
HOUSE DRESSES. 51 95 Worn PORCH DRESSES. $3 95 Worn f ll ir a. l j t Saecial - ln thc assortment are 5- quart I II
I sn's dark percale house dressei en's porch dresses, made 61 are sizes tor all women. Have them properly fitted. 9 ' seamless tea kettles, 2niuart double ? I
i made of scorn percale, ins strictly washable grlngham, We want to take time to give thc best of service Silk Underwear boilers, u in l combination cookers, II
Sleeves, convertible collar, all i:n;ht line and belt waist, lon . , J l J r J 47 q; CO 6 quart convex k.tt'es wtlh strain I M
aSxei Values to 13.50 Spe- or short sleeves; values to 16.60 Monday and week pumps and oxfords, $7.9. $O.0 n-quari convex acmes wtin strata- ;
ciai SI. 95 Bpeclal S3 95 A beautiful assortment of enve er cover, SqUart preserving kettles r 1
BUNGALOW DRESSES. S2-'95 KITCHEM APRONS. 75c Yom lope chemise, made of pure Silk double roasters, coffee percolator.t. U
Bunxalosv dressei made of best en'a kitchen aprons, made of 77 Tf J f . crepe de chine and rash satin (Tea kettles and combination cook -
A quality percale, light and dark Amoskeag gingham In assorted OV tlOmemade UpaleSCent beautlmHyWmmed. Values to ers sold .with one other piece). Val jj 1
f colors; large pockets and belt: checks, plain and t-utilc trimmed. fry, m f-r v c Ti'imminrrc ues to J5. Opens tomorrow
i M. values. Special S2 95 11.25 values. Special. . 75r KsOmTOTlS I Y Mifflin gS Silk Underwear 5
Whether for your own lle o These attractive opalescent r.j qr Ij IJJ
f V tor a gift, we have the materials trimmings for evening gowns p4.l70 JLQ UU fit S LQL 1 1 S
i T ! I M iL now rc,d.s in,- ,he ,nak.nP 01 ,n now lower priced. In one IZV.T Q f j
! I O W tt)GS CLTICL IVlOtfl&YS handsome comforts Hntts o.l oJ thi Washington avenue win- pure sJIk crep(. de chine and KjDCCialS 1 1
1 r - s. a j pxire fluffy wool of part wool dows sun mas now see an .as- jerse, trimmed with daintj Z
Since vou are the best iudees of or of light clean cotton. AH are sortment of this handsome trim- laces. hemsUtching uid WASH TUBS Made of galvanized
Jincc ou arc me oest juagCS OI - . bought also embro.dered. built up shoulder, Jron. crumpled Bidet and bottom, i Ifl
I w ,cs f sewing workman- mde in r the size required fo, trimnung of daintv un- 1 UUr cS " ?V' I V
' ship and of linings, we like to have ''-"""' Man of then are iilv.tV 1111(lcrJvai that wil! r i AT '
JBkn you pass upon the value of these criss-cross carded Also in this De used as gift, In wide and 2nd t LOOT ISeWS TJA kettles Made of 12 ounce 1
f suits and overcoats now selling department are t6e fabrics for narrow bands and edges. Manj children's gowns - outin Smiad tK t?Sgu ac? ' !
IJ at $45 ,nc t-'Ovcrings Silks if son Of the pieces are really worth funnel night gowns made of bire Sc 69 I j
fH If any of the men folks want them-and some silken ht .piend.d qua.it out.ing in P.n, HOUSE BRoiM-ir dandy medium ! ft L-
I ALy A Y m J fQTO:u. fal.r s ai verj unexpected motn wiiiiiouDiiets take 11 aii amt blue stripe, sises 2 to 4 weight broom made of the he3, I
. L- W in yur ramily are in ' out at 9oc rear?, $1 75 values spe-. broom corn, well made. 11.25 valua I
Kf need of fall and winter prices. In the Cotton Corner. Wnmn Mnhintr dal 81 Soeelai
A A Jif V clothes, you should be Fitted Cnrft r 1 rt 1 girls' serge dresses- Women's" georgeite walsi m Mlorf I
j U able to tell them of . BattlKODeS Made in dark color; these make ed sizes colors and styles; these c
ft Ifc VrVN . tnem 01 -f iLA ., Lfjf wleadld school drtsses; 5 val- are our regular S6.75 values. Spe. ft
I rXJ- ' X tncse unusua' values. iffipTOVe Lfie r Orm Ihc bath robe seems to be one u special . . 83.95 Mch S4.75 I f
ZZ1tl ' a Jfc ' Two hundred crarments Our expert coraetieres can make of the favorite Christmas gift girls- rain capes Made i
Zt t7 . V j n VOUr COrsei be of evei BO huh !. . Each year we are put to it to of water proof material In red LOOKING FOR a WFnntwr fi !
S y fM are ,r"dy no a11 1 e value, B3 the aeleetion of secure sufficient of the mate- and blue with the cap, small , looking fora wedding ,
1 fINw U 1 wocl rahncs the best the proper model, by fitting it rials for theii making. For Jlsjs. J.0 values spe ' ;
M WW 7M f workmansW as it. should, be fitted to, yonr women far children and for girls' new hats ChiidVen" SigiffJJS Wa-fiffl I
I ft (f t U 1 T7 I coats and suits worth firgure, the corset will improve men. bath robes make ideal hata mada of veloar. felts and . tot of gifts that we know are sure ft
I 1 II ff to 475 are rrnin0 t the litiev ol the form surprising- f-'Hts and they can be made at velvets, all this years model.-. lo please and to be useful These I j
I I ji in8 OUI j. Women who are inclined to hom t verv moderate cost. lallorfl and bonnet shapes. ' ai nr(. 1 1 rano embroidered tos. i-
I iW I U rapidly at this low b stout cspeciallv find The assortments of the mate- to $2.60. SpecUl S1.95 either in lets or single, the fno ft I
11J, Price ' V rU ar. So ftaerlyhtnow th.t fcjSSSI WS SXS"S ' !3i j I,
& I d A Thwt is na extra charge for this we urge the election-whether and Amerlcan Beauty ahade the ady m eharge that you want a I M'2
y ' service, Lei the corsetiere help you will begin the makinp uot Link and Llnka weave. M val- sift ascent ion. She will be glad f I
2 gf M V1)M or later. .Main Floor. ues. Special 4.95 to help. : I t
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