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!iP CII WORK
Special Attention Beinq Given
to Geographical and In-
I dustnal History
H geographical and natural history of
H Ogden and vlc.nlty among the
H niibjctit emphasised In the city
IBH schools this Hoanon, according to Supt.
. A u Carl H i I
dents are givinR special sttentlon to
HM uuestlona of geographs
HJ Through th co-operation of 11 3
BiftH Stllwell of the ORden Chamber of
H Commerce, a set of questions u
H nf fairs both for tho Instructor;! and
H the i-omjileteil.
H 'i h" questions which follow are dl-
H vided Into BC-etions. The first tour
H sections are for the teachers and the
B .vectlons aru for the stu-
MrTV- h.i? ( Industry
B," " I repi he
BMjS i) Whj l '( the city of Ogdcn
H i. why did people first' settle here?
H What caused the early growth
H 3. Why did it later become a city?
H 4. Why will it continue to crow"
HRH S. Why is Ogden prominent in the
K4f I fnterntountaln country a:; chief
ti'Jm Railway center?
IH Pood manufacturing center?
Agrtcul tural centei '
Why la Salt Lake City promt-1
,'JI Mining centei
H Ecclesiastical center?
H Why all other Utah towns
h smaller .Hum Ogden and Salt Lake
HtsSQ (B) Lake Bonneville
H What slse of Lake Bon-
HH When was the lake here?
J Mow do you know there was a
1 'g. 4. v. li.it baa i ii 1 1 1 Lh like'.'
Jj J W
H 5. Why are there two shore lines?
H 6. What Kind of f irming lauds did
H the lake
H Why arc these lands easily Irrf-
Hh 8. Looking north from the north
M i ad of Harrison aenue
IJHHfX What canyon at your right ?
Htl What river In front
H Where does the river come from?
H Where does ii go?
H What caused the couli c below?
Where is the mineral that was
B Describe the coulee if lake should '
B rise to where you stand.
BwBBBj Compare with rivers of the world
BBBBBj north of 40 degree.
BBBBBJ Why do these northern rivers end
lr . estuaries?
BBBBBJ Why do southein rivers end in
Is the coulee growing wider? How?
BBBBBj How far does this fault extend
BBBB Where do hot spcings occur in this
BBBBBj What heats the water?
BBBBBj Compare with Yellowstone park.
' BB What is i id i uni
U h) '''in we not see the lake from
BBBF" tnis building?
Ljfl W here did the sand come from .'
BBBBM I s What made it move north?
BBBBBj1! Will it continue to move" Why?
BBBBBj Where do jou know of otlu dunes''
rBBBBJ 11. Deltas and alluvial fans:
w hat ia Lhi different :'
H i'otnt out one of each
H Why arc t lah towns located on
BBBBB: jo steam roads run directly into
H smaller towns .' Whyl
fl Name and locato the great deltas
H the world.
BBBBB 1 Where does our city water conic
BBBBB I What is an artesian well?
H r Explain the artesian wells of
BBBBB r ugden
i 4. Explain the artesian wells o
BBBBB Who llu we find wood In bor-
Why do new wells emit gas .'
BBBBB What kind of water do we ob
BBBBB BBBBB Why are there two strata ofj
H How do other cities gi t theli
Hi H 1
BU St. Louis?
BBjgy j n cisco ?
Hi Hp Angeles'.'
BBBBH ,.w York City"
(D) Business center ir Ogdcn
BBBBB, 1 Whj are tho blocks so large''
BBBBH What do you find one mile
BBBBB north of business center?
H 3 Where is Five Points? Why so
BBBBm 4. What are the large buildings
BBBJBJ bi Points?
BBBBBJ What is the large building bc-
BBBBBJ yond the city limits'
BBBBBJ 6. What -uburb 5.8 miles north''
BBBBj What mountain just north?
BBBBBJ f. How high is this mountain?
BBBBBJ Compare with Mount Washing-,
(K) Going east from business ocn-
H 2 Nights
I John Cort presents the No. 1 New
York, Boston and Chicago Company
In the big Joyous musical furore
that delighted smart New York for
one entire year at the Knickerboc
With FRED HEIDER In his original
role and the original army of sing
ers, dancers and funmakers.
Hear the tinkling, Jingling music
that has made Harold Orlob, a na
tive Salt Lake City 6on, famous.
THE WORLD'S DAINTIEST
Prices 75c to $2 50
W Seat Sale Nov. On
lot od Twenty -fonrth street:
1. What made the hill you first I
Name the churches you pass.
I 3. What mountain beyond the end
I of the street?
I 4. How high Is It? Compare wltb
6. Of what range of mountains la
It a part?
i. Describe Mount Ogden sanctu
ary. 7. Compare with park and monu-j
8. What canyon to the southeast
1 1 i.oiu;; utJi from business
center on Washington avenue:
I ,1. Name and locato tht public :
I buildings. j
Why do we not jo struight
'south to Salt Lake City.'
j Kxplain the four terraces be
y ond Kivei dale.
4. Describe the coulee leading to
I Weber canyon. j
((.) ni",; m i from cntcr of
town on Twenty - fourth street:
1. Why was the viaduct built?
2. Prom viaduct point out Indus
! trlnl buildings.
3 For what purpose Is the new
construction tower to the southwest?
4. W hy have these industries come
to Ogden 1
j 6. Describe the low range of moun-i
j tains to the west.
6. Wh is the southern point of:
iln c Minimi -ins mo smooth'.'
7. W ho first described the island I
, to the south of tnc point?
i H ) Paved road:
1. How far north do paved roads
How lar south do paved roads
3. Whj do we have no paved roads
east and west?
4. Compare amount of paved roads
With other states.
5. What ancient country Is famous
for building, roads?
6. Why did tnat country build
i oadi 7
B, What kind of roads did they
What kind of roads do e
iii i arlj history f Ogden:
1. Who first settled here? When?
i. When did tho Mormons first
3. What did they do for a living'
l Whj (S there a ?i0 fine fui
killing R sea gull?
When and where was the first
house- built ?
6. Describe the first house.
7. Tell of Juod ear. Captain
Brown and Mary uiack.
8. Why and where was Mound
Port bu lit:
1. W hy and where was Brlgham's
1U. n. ".as A'.'all avenue bo
named ? (Compare W all street
11 Name five noted Utah pio-1
neers. (Brighain Young, Meber C. i
Kimball, Charles C. ivlch, Orson
Pratf, Loren Parr.)
1? What did the people do for'
13. Kxplain the use of tithing of
fices. I .. Explain the V. t '. M I
IS. When did the railway cottu
ic. What difference did the rail-;
17. Locale one, Two. Three and
18. Connect Prc:l G. Taylor with
the early settlors, also President'
Bhurtllft Dr. Mark Hrown. Miss Can-
non, teacher at the Weber Normal '
(J) Develop tiic following subjecli
1. Locate and describe Industries I
? Learn agricultural products of
3. Learn about Irrigation.
4. The .i)d :tuimals of the county. I
5. Bird life of the state.
6. Pisne:' In lakes and streams.
7. Natural and introduced trees.
8. Principal wild plants, etc.
t. Scientific attractions.
K i Railroads for rinLshing lead-!
j study ! suronnding uuntr i
1, What steam railroads enter ",.
?. What electric roads enter ij
3 What transcontinental auto j
roads enter Ogdcn?
1. Loeatf th' t.'vt c.ty laryr than
Ogden on the
On the .Southern . Pacific.
On tin Oregon Short. Line, north.
On the Oregon Short Line, south.
On the Oregon Short Line, north
west. On the L. & R. G. bevond Salt'
Laki City. " I
On the Salt Lake Route, beyond
Salt Lake City
On ihe W. stern 1'uT'fic. bevond'
Siilt Lake City.
5. , Locate towns and give their
ogdcn and Salt Lake C o
ogden and Cheyenne
Igden and Grand Junction
Ogden and Reno.
ogden and Pocatello.
gden and Logan.
6. What do the railroads bring
into Ogden ?
7. What do the railroads take out'
of Ogden ?
8. Wrhat do the railroads both
bring Into and take out of Ogden? j
0. What good do the railroads do,
10. Do we need more railroads?
I 1 Do wc need more cement
MADAME X" m
POWERFUL CAST IT
cgoei rem TODAY
One of the strongest companies over
assigned to a motion picture produc
tion supports Pauline Frederick, the)
I Goldwyn star, in her new Goldwyn pic
ture, ' Madame X;" w hich comes to the
I Ogden theatre for four days commenc-
lng today. Miss Frederick has the
role of Jacqueline Florlot, who is tried
for murder as ' Madame X" under
vililth name she is registered at the
I prison because she refused to reveal
; her Identity
Casson Ferguson, who has played
leading parts opposite many of the
noted feminine flint stars, has the role
of Raymond Florlot, her son, who de
j fends her at ber trial for murder, not
i knowing that she Is his mother,
William Courtlclgh. who has been
playing big roles in pictures for y ears
lis Louis Florlot. her husband Lionel
I Belmore and Wlllard Louis, two of th'1
best known character men in screen
' work, play the Paris blackmailers
whose schemes lead Jacqueline to com
Other In the cast Include Maud
Louis Hardee Kirkland. Albert Ros
coe, Corceon Kirkham, Sidney Alns
worth. Maude George, Cesare Gravlna.
Lloyd T. WhltlOCk and John Hohen
vest. Mr- iiohenvest also assisted
Frank Lloyd, Miss Frederick's director
as an advisor on French sets He was
a motion picture director hi France
for nine eurs before coming to tin'
United states recentl to otuuj picture
Downward Trend of Prices I
is reaching the climax for value given. Last week announcement of the price lowering sale brought
crowds of anxious shoppers that eagerly took advantage of the multitude of bargains. Again I
these effective low prices will be prevailing and many new purchases bought at the declining
market quotations will be ready for Monday's great selling event. Join the crowd and save money
on your daily purchases, J
j The Creates Plush Sample Coats jj l
t With Deep Fur Collars and Cuffs H
H Bought at a tremendous price concession. Juc: arrived for next week's great selling event. Women's and misses' strictly high class black seal j
plush coats, in sport styles and regular length at amazing selling prices of $25-$35-$50-$6S HJ.p tO $ 1 10 I
j Here are coats that should sell at double these prices. Through a remarkable purchase of tli-se fine Seal Plush Sample Coats, we are able ;
to offer a decided saving to every customer who wants an individual style coat at an appreciable price concession y
Sensational Coat Selling
WEEK COMMENCES MONDAY AT
I Stylish new winter ccats formerly $40, $50 and up to $100. You
can buy them now at exactly half price. Handsome cloth coat?.,
embodied with fur collars and trimmings and self cloth collars The
foremost style conception at this drastically half price sale will be far
reaching and a great benefit to every economically inclined shoppc -r
that wants a new practical style coat at a saving of half.
There Are Coats For I I
Every Taste H
Styles and sizes in such beautiful materials as Bolivia velours, plushes,
silvertones and smart polo coas for street and motor wear. All the 1 I
popular fall shades such as brown, navy, black, taupe, beaver and I
new blues; sizes to suit. I
1 j - . - THE DOWNWARD PRICE OFFERING -INCLUDES A
j fc Special Sale of Handsome I
1 k 5; Actually $40 style models. This at-
'.Lt j rJSSvX "' nSv .'"""-v xi"rv ' r tractive dress value is unprecedented h M
M ' ' '. ' M VSS il& f'A p2aSeSSJ in style r.nd quality. These dresses I
. . rV BL ! V V4 I . : m up-to-the-minute styles in such
' i$ W I 'r, hLoD(y V - . " W ' BK. beautiful materials as tricotinc, F
:: M flSVScO' If tsa8lBv French serges, pou-et twills and wool 8
3' - UCWOP , fK 0r H9i poplins, the colors are navy, brov.-n, fj
:y (oil gi'.: . -, Ym fj$ taupe, black and green. The assort- '!
t: 1 2 j j ': W BtA A Jr mant offers a splendid selection for I
) U 7n) 'l should really be seen to be appreci-
2 'OA lVt STITCHED COTTON BAT- fleavy bleached aeets, 81x90, Here is an opportunity to sup- 1
4U TING $3.0avalues ply your winter needs of Warm
I " Si Full three pounds in weight Special $1 SO woolen blankets at prices far
WOOL MIXED PLAID BLAN- FIVE-POUND WOOLEN Special $1.53 Wide hemmed sheets free from below the prevailing market
KETS AT $7.90 PAIR BLANKETS AT $3.63 PAIR. One solid sHeel of sno white starch made of a long staple quotations We arc unioaanie m
, h(h,. ,. ,.,,. ,,t of fclO fine Dark colored double blankets tton, thoroughly stitched cotton ; f or weai and endurance at your gam. Notice the sav- m
i , a i.l ke? doubl bed -:h bill red borders, Rufl ready for covering for large aon better mgs you can make.
ase, in an excellenl varietj of blankets that iv. sei ice don I. genuine -
beautiful colors at a decided and warmtb, exefenent for chil- gain. TTi rVf'S SHOE Si Lb I
Rr1p nrice dren1 and outdoor sleep- Kjt tl 1 1 U IV S2j rs & Tir.yMnoAw I
GFNUTNF PERCALE BAH-' WOOL PROCESS RUGS, $3.45 ALL THIS WEEK COMMENCING TOMORROW i
GENUINE PERL-ALL BAK, Larir-siz. v . .1 .-sscl i uirs, r . -
GAIN AT 28c YARD PILLOW CASES SPECIAL, regular $5 values. Comes in a T7 vw&Q
I The verj beat, full yard wide 35c EACH splendid variety of plain col;- 1 El fjBB
I percales in black ground with 45x36 bleached piUow casos, ored designs with fancy bor- P Aj 4,4'-! 3 1
3 white figures and stripw at less wide hem, neatly made. A lim- ders. These rugs are noted to J fcft 7 S
W than market pripes See tins itcd quantity t6 sell at this ape- give entire satisfaction in wear; l c. 1
I very best percale at the unuau- ciaJ selimg ,.,,.,. elet one of them at this bargain - i
r, all v low prire. nrico
T.HREE-POUND LARGE SIZE WOOL FIBER RUGS, $1.43 T S
COTTON BATTINGS AT $1.18 Sp. , ial selling price 27x36 SATEEN COMFORTERS " '
Quill size, 72x90, snov white, house rug that will give wear SPECIAL, $6.48 cr,, rnrrsjc PIPl Q QHOFS M
fluffy cotton batting, neatly put and satisfaction Comes in a va- regular values offered at jLUrrCiJ kjIlLuU ja ivsiuakj i
up hi rolls, one Bolid sheet to rietj ol mixed colors. We are this exceptional sale price FTuf- : Mack and brown calf, in short runs, but all sizes I
1 theroll. Quality cotton battmg closing them out at this special f (.ot,n comforters ! In llu U and uo- are represented, sizes
at a bargain price selling price with lilllrv cojQred dc8igned all leatner spies .ana ui c .
' silk finish sateens, double bed Pcrs- ,0 or
JERSEY SILK BLOOMERS, FORMERLY S5 50 VALUES, size comforters at this sp ial Sizes ? to 8 $3.25 yfK T. I
Our silk underwear sale to dra SPECIAL $3.95 selling price Sizes 8' to 1 1 . . . $3.45 $JI rvj) A
a ru,"C!::S"x m sizes v: to 2.. $3.95
I wui bf litfresSSg. n. L , ln 5feftl0 ?' JTjS? GENUINE AMOSKEAG . , . 1 Aj m J
; duced priced of line Jvrs,y. ...k 'J this remark- OUTING FLANNEL AT 29c These are all A-l grade J? IS I
vestst bloomers and camls lea. YARD shoes and make dandy -
Notice the unheard of savlnga SILK JERSEY VESTS, ... , . , , . . Per Pair
oucanmake. SPECIAL S3 45 bxtia hcay pure wmte outmg school shoes.
SILK JERSEY CAMISOLES ,;. , , ,, ld, Italian silk Jersey, flannu!- indisputably the very , o ,rtrQ vm, Dm -f miss tk;s sale
S4 VALUES AT $2 88 band top effect vest for parties best for wear and washing Soft soles, in colors, you Don t miss tins saic.
1 Besl Quality ol Bilk jersey will lar wear Will give Lue utmost Regularly sold at :0. a Mini. choice Your opportunity j
be found in these fine camisoles, satisfaction In wear mid wash- ,.X week vou ran buy at this r n O I? fVT-.r I
M Keatly ftaished with braiding lng Quali silk ve ta al a de- remarkable low price of 2:.- a I DC i BY I BIT Oliy llOW
Pink only. Wonderful Bale price, 1 "i1 d low price , j
I ; Last & Thomas I