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M I SUNDAY MORNING. UfcUiMBfcK 5, 1920. UUUfcN ST. DAKl-EXAMHNt;K '
OPEN FORUM AT
Q CLUB PROPOSED
Need of New Ho'el for Ogden
I To Be One of Subjects
t Brought Up
Frlflay, Dcpmhcr IT. h.is born ilcs
lRiiatcd as "opi-n forum" d y tdv the
pden I'hanihrr of comntfrcd accord
ing to sldcnt Warri-n L. Wattis. A
banquet at 1 o'clock In the evening
will b? held at the WpIxm- club SB one
of the feature cvcni.v
All mr-mbcrs of the OgAta chamber
of roninicrci- have been Invited to at
tend Major ra Bundy. offl r-r In
cljarRe of the construction work on the
gdcn arsenal, will be the principal
speaker. He will address the mem
bers of the chamber of commerce on
"The Ogden Arsenal and What lti
Cleans to ipden "
q , Major Bundy has beet) connected,
with arsenal construction work foi l
KHh several years and will go into detail
in his addrc:3. It Is stated
The possibility of obtaininj; a new
tH hotel for Ogden will be one of the
"tHhH fthasen to be dl"--cuv. d at tlio nn-ellnfr
afSH according to Secretniy O. J. Stllwell.
iftgfl The third foatuiv of ib' evening will
GjinMH bs open suggestions as to thinRs most
necessary for thovOgden chamber of
Ml VM commerce to take up.
NIiH It is expected that considerable in-
-jaKjW terest will be manifested over the new
hotel which has been proposed All
members present will be permitted t"
mmtm SlAte their opinion on this subject
WATTIS TO PRESIDE
, ;.f'fflH U Is the plan of the Ogden chamber
i'Ta of commcrco to hold "open forum"
'i'lvB meetings every month at which time
various subjects pertaining to the wel
fadHi fare of Ogden will be discussed. Soml
H of the members of the chamber of
Hfl i ommerce are In favor of electing a
flH i ew chairman for every meeting to
H be staged, while others arc in favor
HH "f a permanent chairman A f
I taa tarj f,,r these meetings, win in all
:;:H probability be namoH-
President Warren L. Wnttis will
HH preside at the initial meeting after
H which a chairman for the next meet-
Inx w 11! be liiiim (I
J S. P. Traveling Agent
- ? Removes His Offices
Willard G. Wilson, traveling agent
Hfl or the Southern Pacific; has moved
uHf! his offices from the I'nlon depot lb
BSKj .'.25 Ecclei building. The change was
Uff ; made In order that business men
fSbo! might more easily communicate wiib
Mr. Wilson on rates for both freight
HH and passen&ci travel. The new of-j
H ftces will be open to the public next
j . OO
9j Commissioner Ward
to Entertain Scouts
I J. Ray Ward, commissioner,!
iifilriH ni" entertain the members of troop .
DmS 1 " tno &den Bo' Scouts, at his I
H home. 2-175 Taylor avenue, next Tues-
Wm' Say evening, according to information i
tSUr given out today by .Scoutmaster E. R. J
Tne reorganization of the troop will .
riflHjfl lie oik- of the features of the meeting, j
H ;i. cording to Scoutmaster Allen. Pu-
HH aire plans will be outlined and resrl.
B tratlon of the troop completed.
i Forest Service Men
j To Form Alumni Club
Letters to former forest service em
ployees in the liilermount.'iin coun
try, urging that they become enrolled
in the "Alumni" club which is in the
process of formation were sent out
during the latter part of the week
from the local forest s. cvlce headquar
ters. It is estimated that there ;re
some 20 former members of the for
est service whose names have not yet
leeii secured for thi ! lluuiul" club,
Modern Chiropractic Ad
justments Bring Results.
Here Is an Example
jjjjM "To Those In Pcor Health:
' As one who has been a critic
' of chiropractors, I have had occa-
I sion to come under the care of one
(the modern chiropractor, Dr. J H
Peterson) having dislocated a bone
in my nock about two years ago.
Several other doctors treated me
for the trouble without giving relief
"I have had this trouble four
times, Dr. Petereon's adjustment be
ing the sixth effort to replace the
dislocated bone. I now feel that I
am permanently cured and I am
also convinced that this trouble has
never before been adjusted a? sys
tematically and there 16 no doubt in
my mind but that Dr Peterson is
just as competent in various other
ailments as in this one.
"I can truthfully say that I am
very thankful to be in a position to
recommend Dr. Peterson's chiro
practic treatments. I speak of this
wonderful result from actual exper
ience "Yours respectfully,
"2552 Bnnker Ave, Ogden, Utah"
J. H. PETERSON
, MODERN CHIROPRACTOR
319 Colonel Hudson Bldg.
J 9 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8
CHU DHfN CHOW
Musical Extravaganza Will
Be Performed for Week
In Salt Lake
Chu Chin Chow," a imi?lr.il etrav-l
..jT.(n.:i or the Orient, has ua first and
,,nls rt.,h .-horviiu; :.t the Salt UM;
theatre commencing Monday evening
Deicmbcr 20th. Matinees will be gl -I
en on Wednesday ami Saturday,
"Chu Chin Chow" Is now in the fmb
vear of its aniazlnK run at IMm Majce
Ity's theatre, LinIoii It was pitMliiee.i
ti, ,- tn fit". l s. r, i Aseln-, Hi in-1
'ihor. In association with the Into Sir
Herbert Tree, and has been present. -I
continuously. In spite of air ruids.
!eppelin bombs, the war. -ind all oM - h
icr obstacles, holding at present tlif j
long-tllstanco record for all of the Lon- j
!in productlonsi Two years SeTO, P . r-
Ray Comstock and Morris Qesl pre-
-, i i , ,i i.ii ' nin i n m .
with scenery in) co tumes mad b; P
the oriKlnal producers in London, but 1 1
on a much larger scale- "Chu Chin
Chow" proved a gorgeous revelation i I
toi -lea ii audiences to.nd now thelH
compleb production and ist trom the
Century theatre is being presented onj
tour, the bigge.it "t travelling organ
izations. in 14 scenes and with a com
pany of 300 people. I
"ChU Chin Chow' is a romance of
ancient Bagdad of of a thousand
years ago aud tells the story I
Of Al Hasen, the rubber chief
who disguises himself as Chu
i bin Chow, a rich Chinese merchant.
and enters Bagdad to rob Kiisim Baba,
a wealthy miser, and to raid mo slave
market His plans are foiled b Zun
r at, the desert woman, Wave who
brings about his downfall, but not un
til L4 brilliant and wonderful seems
a ith music dam and pagi am ha a
i.e. ii unfolded The music by Frede
rick Norton is especially alluring and
tuneful ind there arc IS mmcal bits
in Hie s. oie. There nr.- sr.5' daz7llnp '
and brilliant costumes of many colors j
an. I a mannequin parade of fashion
models of an. ient Bagdad that exhibits 1
some of the most striking costumes
ever designed, one critic declaring that,
the whole gorgeous rainbow of colors!
"niit-Hnlrata I .eon Unkst." i
111 the r:i3' "111 be found all Of th ill
Centuo' Theatre company Including a
Marjortc Wood, Henry Ljxtlmer lfr .1 U
ll-Iowson, Eugene Cowles, Don W Fer-
randow, Blsle Malstaa, Roy Cropper,
Atiebn.b m sin. r. ibids Harlscot,
Hattle Carmontell. Thoral Lake, ESdgar
Kiel'er. i:o Tr.iey and man) others
I Including the original ballet of slxt H
I headed by Helen Lee. .
1 wing t' tn lenKtii of the perform-
ance and size "t production the eve- B
Ding curtains announced t.i l ine at a
S p. m. and the matinees will starjt
at J p in g
SETH E. TilOlS !
JEWELRY STORE j
"Good Morning. Ko this Is not II
another hold-up. Butll ih worth
reading. I am forced i raise some
money, and I am offering m entire
line of merchandise at reduced prices.
I am not going out of business.
fixtures are not for sale. I guaraii-1 1
tee my merchandise to be as represent- J
cd. And will give you good values ut j
attractive prices This is the oppor- I
tunity for you to save some money 1
on your Xjrnas presents.
sETH K TIMMAS JKWKI.KY STORE
Comer of Grant and Twent -fifth j I
Man Who Fell Seven I
Stories LiUle Huri
I Isadore ICatz, employe of the S perry I
; mills, who Friday, tumbled from the a
seventh floor of th mill, to . cemeni N
I loading platform, T-5 feet below. E
j without having suffered s-rlous injur. PJ
! test, apparently will escape from his Bj
I experience, unscathed, excepting forulH
I few minor bruises. t-'
j Kail is at the hospital and reports' H
1 indicate that he is in good onditlon, B
and will be allowed lo return to hi!iH
m rk within a short time. It was at 1
first feared that he had suffered U B
1 ternal injuries, but as far as can hejB
determined 01 present, bruises are the Ej
! full extent of his hurls. j:j
Trapping Parties to
Make War on Beavers I
Trapping parties under tile state
game department of Idaho will make
!a general "clean up" of bxer and
I beaver dams on Shoshone. QOOSO,
Trout and Tiapper creeks this .iiu.-r,
laccording to-forest service announce
ments. The creeks ami streams men-!
Itloued are either on or near the Sllni-
!doka national forest in Idaho.
The beaver and their damn are a
hindrance to farmers anil through the V
efforts of these animals, thousands ol
acre feet Of irrigation water is lost orjH
diverted, it is reported I.
PILES 5T ml
Almost Instant Relief and ett Very
The. moment you apply- a little j
Mentho-Sulphur the Itching. Irritation
land bleeding atopi Don't contlnuei
10 suffer because quick relit t awaits
Any druggist ill supply you i(h a
small Jar of .Mentho-Sulphur Thlsi
seems to soothe, heel and dry tip Hi.
trouble quicker than anything else. I
CARD OF THANKS
In tht hour of intense bereavement ''
we axe truoly grateful to pur man;
friends and neighbors for their aid'
and sympathy in the late illness and I
I death of our dearly beloved husband!
and father, .Micha! O'Neill, and we!
.Jake tills occasion to express ur
heartfelt gratitude. We are thankful
foi 1 in mans b nui floral offerings
.brought to the bier, the kind and e n
! soling words spoken and the swe.i
singing offered at Ih- funeral service
I TRB. M GNKILL and i a.mii,v J
t j 0W 5
"' n j ' . '
Lyric Music Go's, big sensational phonograph offer.
World's best phonograph on new money-saving plan.
1 207o DISCOUNT ,
lijgKKS1' Irom cslabiished prices
'SBmnWL offer good only during our
v " i 'T.,"fj ; " r " " ' This offer ;s made in co operation with the great Aeolian
Jy WHy 1 Company of New York City, largest makers of musical , j
" ' ' instruments in the world. They make the Steinway,
li JCMi I ,j ' I I I Weber, Steck and Stroud Duo-Art Pianolas, the Aeolian
w' bfiSP-'' :-iMln Iwraniift if r I ! ! Player-Piano, and other inslrumenU.
price reduction during the club sale is certainly an
' J2BB5I'1 i unusual inducement, and then when you consider the
l' 1 ;yk y J ' C. 3 ow' liberal terms we're making, you certainly must
y ' . J'j h realize that we're offering you an opportunity you've
lWpff:k ' y I never come across before. Come in come in Monday
'' V;;;f W S the club is LIMITED.
Be a Violinist Yourself ' S FINE SELECTIONS OF YOUR (
Learn the Real Charm of the Graduola JL- OWN CHOICE INCLUDED j j
FT"' f ' i"!'1 tl-c real marvel Softly, the sweet, wistful beauty of fi& fil
f thc PhonzraPh 15 that tic strings is just u'hwbcring the Jr No Extra 1st Payment Asked
L'lJsia xt dn r,ulke itself into any melody The music tlirills you
instrument you want it to. If you through and through It exalts you
play a violin record, its a violin, and your swelling emotion finds ex'
And the same with a clarinet, flute, pression in a strong crescendo. jon -t jg &jj u neej pay now.
French horn anything Aram you soften thc musw and a rnfl '
then. are going to Jay 4 g'V d. dom. to p,4n,55.mo. f ' 1 Ti is gives you full member-
violm record on thevocahon, so it Do you now what you are domg?
becomes a violin to us. y ire creating a personal, beau IsflBfl snP n e CluD--and pps-
Put this violin record on theVocal- There is no musical pleasure m the ( f'w ' 1 c VOCALION anci six fine
tan and take the Graduola in your world that can compare with this.
hand Tow you are going to make And no phonograbh in the world 11 j;1 1 1 ' H selections. No other pay-
the violin express you, as only thc hnl the Vocalion that ca7i give you MEHi8llk " '
viiin can do iu this pleasure J BjBfr ment year I
LYRIG MUSIC COMPANY
2524 Washington Ave., - - Ogden, Utah
Opposite City Hall on Washington - - Just pist Orpheum
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