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l SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 18, 1920. Shi 1 cHt lirjEUUttUPf QGDEN. UTAH... M
I Home Faces Christmas
I Without Cheer; Here's
I Chance To Aid Family
GOOD FELLOWS COUPON
The undersigned will bo glad 1 provide Christmas happiness
for child ron as a mt'inlier of the (iooil I'Vllnws if
Gfeden. Enclosed find $ for Good follows Vlftind,
Mail this coupon to Good Follows, care Ogden Stand arft-Exaininer
Pitiable plight or oin- Ogden family
h u faces a Christmas ol little cheer
was revealed i'.v a child's letter re
cetved this morning i the Qgdcn
;.od lYllow.-. Like every other case
Christmas time, this family's cohdl
tlon will Investigated and the
needs of the little foiu--- and their par
. iu will be given attention. The let-
1 would write and loll you ahum my
self and m little sister and iny little
brother, Wc have all been offnl sick
5 months. M dear
mv name If Mama Is Bet '
ling lots hotter and 1 do hope Santa
Clous wont fnrgfi ii.- Some little boys
doni bellev in Santa " ions but ou
net I do. So I sure would think it of
ful nice of you if you would s c that
' Santa Clous got ihi. letter I soi four
a:,d one brother, that makes ,;
J of us. I would like a slay if it not
to much. My sister 12 years old
would nice a Cupje. Sister yers
would llKo dishes so would sister
i years old. My little brother
I Republicans Meeting
on Political Job
A great amount of Interest is being
manifested in the meeting of the ii"-
publican Weber county central com
mittee this afternobu In the county
courthouse to make recommendatloi
for appointments to county, state and
federal positions. Chairman Arthur'
Woolley has Issued the call for the
I Ogden Stores Open
Until 7 p, in. Today
II ftetall stores of igden will remain
I open tonight until 7 o'clock in order
1 that shoppers may procure tue:r
i Chtistmaiii needs, according to an oh-
K nouncement made todaj bj . Miss M.
Stewart, head of the merchant ' rating1
It bureau of the Ogden Chamber of I
I The stores win ;iis.. remain open on
Thursday and Friday nights of n:i !
j week until U o'clock, it was said.
I Constance Talmadge "In
Search of a Sinner," at the I
Lyceum tomorrow. See all the
big stars for a liime.
a pair of stockings. Bab is one year
Your Utile friend.
OTIfl H VP1 M
I There are many similar appeals
looming to Santa Clays and the Guod
Fellows. Kach one of the calls must
be answered on Christmas day or
i Christmas eve. To make thai response
the Good Fellows of Ogden must re
spond llberalh in the nejet few days,
for it takes time i. make the aeces-
;sarv purchases for ihe little folk-.
While the fund is being collected, the
ifjood Fellows v. ho havt a (redds
unteered their services, time and mon
ey will make the necessary Investiga
tion to' ascertain the BXuCt condition In
I each case, tik1 Ogden Boy Scouts will
lasLst In this investigation.
On Christmas eve and Christmas
morning, the Boy Scouts and the Good
I Fellows Will make the distribution of
the gifi that have been left at the
I Standard -Kxaminar, including those
i purchased out of the Good Fellows
For ftKht .m :i s the Good Fellows have
been doing this work In Ogden,, bring
ling cheer to thousands. The Ogden
standard-Examiner is sponsoring the
i Good Fellow work this year and all
Checks or money should be sent care
i the Staiidard-Eumiuer,
Leaves for Reno
Waiter N Frlckstad. senior highway
engineer of llu- I'niled States bureau
of public roads, will Leave today for
Reno where bids for the construction
of three miles of pavement will be
opened. The paving In question is on
the Reno-Cai-son City road and ex
tends over a bridge on the Arrowhead
trail near St. Thomas.
15. JT. Kineh. district engineer, i.-- in
Washington attending a meeting of
engineers and will return1 here during
the latter part of next week.
The regular annual meeting of ihe
shareholders of the Standard invest
ment company, of Ogden, Utah, will
he h Id dnes.l.i ; . I.muary 1 H 1 .
at 2 o'clock p. m. :it the Office of the
qompahy, 2640 Washington aVenuc.
gden, L'tah, for the purpose of elei t
hig dlrectoril and officers to serve for
i.'k ensuing year and the transacting
of SUCll other business Ss may prop-
; ly come before the meeting.
Dated, Ogden, L'tah, December 14.
11P;.'KY T. BROWX,
yr. J. STEPHENS, Jit.
II Those Aluminum Cooking Utensils
I Are Worth $18.50 Retail I
1 You may have them for $9.50 if you buy $25 worth
of goods from us. It's a big premium.
I ORANGES, SUN KISSED BUY NOW, DON'T WAIT I
I 1 26 in a case, the dozen 55c I
176 in a case, the dozen 40c H
g 216 in a case, the dozen 35c H
1 300 Lemons in a case, the dozen 25c fi
h The case $5.40 h
NO LESS THAN A DOZEN SOLD
Ipnr INDEPENDENT MEAT CO. rll
390 -T , . 301 H
I 2420 Washington Avenue 1 I
wssssssmmil i rfawTn-fjnjrrTsMI lllll III j. '
I FOR SALE j
I NEW m SECOND HAND CARS 6
i uii' new (;r,dii Bernstein ton and one-hall truck. C00AA a
j Itetall pi-id I n prli e J)ZjUU I
J One ne Oldsmobih , ton, i $1550 I
3 Ont ne Brisco touring. Retail pint- si is;, t10AA a
,n. . J1jUU
il or.i' ton Buick truck, CA
. ifl second hand J)DlU
roadi ter ., . . .. &c.Lo
I E. L. W ALSTON
Successor to White-Robinson Auto Co., 2300 Washington Avenue .
' IjJ Last Times Today
ib CioO! I 43- 3:3- 3:0- 6:30
kJ 8:00 9:30 p m'
igtijA Owen Moore
'The Poor Simp'
V5 w w v tj fcraH i s i , . , , . unbalanced 1 on
yK o $ rt k; fmrikJL "' v-" 'o i - 1 1 : i'-yi 1 hi n i normallj
j f PATHE NEWS COMEDY
AU Star Cast
Written by Juhen Jo-jephson
A HbART-ORAMA OF 10.000 SUNTSoYntnHtnceufl sup'r""' '
sMAUwNSeaooo ..HOMESPIJN folks"
As-0( .ATP iV DUCl IK hc
Liucje Nordin of Pleasant View
Held for Dry Law
Liuge Xoidin. 4 3, farmer of Pleas
ant VleVi Was lakc-n into custody last
niffht by members of the sheriff's de
partment after two barrels of rai-
j TAinc are alleged to have been fodnd
in u barn mar his Koine. It was said
today th.it s warrant will ! prepared
barging him with violation of the
1 prohibit on l.iws.
The man was arrested by Deputy
Sheriffs William Brown and Kay West,
and Is now belg hold in the county Jail
Th- two barrels of wine are being held
las evideh.ee. Bpnd for Nordin win be
set following th- fMiiiK f the cbm-
I plaint, it was ;ild.
Mayor Gives Sea!
J Luncheon at CM
Representatives from more than
I thirty organisations of the city met at
;i w eber club lunchepn today to cbm
plete plans for the seal campaign, be
ing staged here by th.- rtah Public
Health association. The luncheon was
given by Mayor lYan'n. Francis.
fhe following program was sched-
, uled to be tarried out at the meet-
Add r.ascs- .Major 1-ranU Fjanvis,
Mil Sophie K. Larscn and Dr. V. ISi
Musical numbers were to tie fur
nished i y Mia. U 'A Tyreo, Mrs. lon
Beason. Bdfss Mary Parmley and Misa
! lieli n Hunter.
j From Wehsr Club
P. T. Wright, candidate l"r presi
dent of the Weber club at" the elec
tion sul for January 12, L921, has
withdrawn from the race. Mr. Wrlghl
is the third candidate for prehldent
I to withdraw from the rac . W. H.
.Shearman and George Glen withdraw
ing during the week.
IIo III ENDED Kll i i
"i had n severe attack of kidney
j trouble and for three weeks could nor
get out of doors and scarcely out ot
! bed." writes R E. Brewer." Village
I Springs, Ala. "Could not l-nd over
I at all without the most excruciating.
pains i purchased a bottle of Foley
I Kiiinej rills. Was relieved after first
few doses ami continued their use un
til Completely cured, l consider Foley
I Kidney I 'His the best l.idne renu-iU
In the world. No recurrence of my
I trouble.'' Bt id everywhere. Adver-
CAR OF CHRISTMAS TREES
: coming to Ogden. Don't buy
until you see them. Location
of store later. L. R. Cam.
Business and Circulation Dcpt . 66
Classified Ads 56
Advertising Dept. 423
Editorial and News Dept 870
hiropnu lor 1 r. l'.dw.ird l.e-li.
ffradujile of three universities, is now
located permanentls in Ogden. Phone
i 0 for appointment. Consultation
j free. $37".
Lei Hi- TRAFFIC TRUCK solve
your hauling problems, N370
Ogden Typewriter House for type
writers tiol repairs. Hudson
avoiuv. Phone -36.
Ogden Visitor Burns Blllsou f
Denver, well-known athlete lq the
lioeklc-s and now a student at th' 1 Di
versity of California, was on I igden
visitor last evening.
Clean lurgo raes wanted at The
Standard-Examiner office, gei
Call phone :i32 for a demonstration
of the Traffic Truck. 837tf
I To Vddrens Mngiiu-i'iH A. F. Par
1 iver n Ovdon, will addr s the mem
j tiers of the American association of
EQnglneers at a meeting lo bo held at
'the Eagles' club this evening. More
than 100 members of the organization
are expected to bo present. M i . Par
ker will -peak on water conditions In
Ho Mm know that the TRAFFIC
TRUCK is the lowesl priced four thou-
Fand-pound capacity Truck made. Call
: on Ihe K. T. Mitchell company for
full information. j 3 7 1
Sunnyside Coke Nice size. John
FaTT t'oal company. Phone - 7.
8 3 7 7
Mhrrlnge Dleonse marriage li
cense was Issued In the county dork's
' office late yesterday afternoon lo Her--.h.il
Viin Sandl an. I tinldi, Cllne, bo;h
Of Clinton. Utah.
Lei Mitchell sh., v.- vou the merits
of the TRAFFIC TRUCK. K37-;
Deaths and Funerals
WESSLER Funeral services foi
3 ph H. syessier will be held at the
home of the grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs Henry Wcssler. 331 Twcni y-thlro
Street at o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
The body may be viewed from 10
o'clock until the limp of the funeral.
OI.SEX Kuncral services for Peter
Ob a were hdd yesterday afternoon at '
2 o'clock in ihe Clrkendall chapel.'
The Rev, John K. Carver officiated.
Solos were sung by A. II .Sanders
Interment wax in the Mountain Vlewl
Tin: FIRST OONGREGeATIONAL
CHURCH i Kev. Godfrey Matthews.
On Adams avenue between Twenty
(pprth and Twenty-fitth streets I At
, 11 a. m. Divinsi worship and sermon.
Prelude; offertory, "Xoel." Qullmant;
, p08tludfe Miss Ivine Shields. Anthem. !
j "O Little Babo of Bethlehem"- The
choir Sermon. "The Goodwill of
Heaven." At 12:15 noon. Sunday!
- Iioul, i,-. :. i. Mills, superintendent. I
Kindergarten directed by Mary Parm
ley and helper!) Women's class lead)
Mrs. . Hyrum Smith Men's class led
by Hr. Mills. C 30 C. K society. Miss
Pear A. Fish, president. Young peo-
I pie cordially invited 7 30 Hivine wor
ship. Prelude, "Intermesso"; offer
tory . "Intermexzo'i; postlude Miss
Ivln shields. The sacred cantata. "The
Shepherd King,1 will ie rendered at
this servie by the choir.
I HE SECOND ONGREG T1 YL
CHURCH Five Points, Th Rev
Godfrey Matthews. At 2:30 p. m.,
Sunday school for the community un
der the superintendence of Dr. J. M.
Elllptt Miss ltuth Xottage. club
! leader. A cordial Invitation to all,
FIFTH WAI5D-Conference Sunday. '
Meetings for the priesthood at 9 a. m.
Sabbath school 10:2.". Sacrament j
( meeting 7 P. m.
FIRST PRISBYTER t HURCU
: Joiin Edward Carver, pastor Morn
ing Worship at 1 1 . , U Theme. )
'The CTnknbwn Christ." SUnrl hool
ai 12 l in Youm; people's meeting
at 0.30 p. m. Evening hour of wor
ship at 7:30. These, The Law t
Sacrifice in Nature an in Oratce,'
Christmas carol service of Christmas
song Friday night at 11 o'clooit and
continuing iintii the Christmas morn I
at 12 midnight. Christmaa Sund Jrl
school entertainment Friday nlgiit at
7 o'clock. Sunday mUStC will be
I Prelude. "PllgWm's Chorus,"
Solo, "Come Unto Me," Fearis ;
Mrs Agnes Warner.
Offertory, "To a lid Rose'
Miss Colem in
Anthem. As Pan ts the Hart" 1
1 Postlude, "Maestoso" Loua i
"L'-ad 'ii. Uh King Eternal"'!
Prelude, "Preludes opis iV. . Chopin
J Anthem. ''Lord for Thy Tender Mer
cies" Farrant I
i y ter lory. "Angels' Serenade," . . Draga I
I Anthem 'Lead Kindly Light". Sullivan j
The Quartette. j
'Postlude, -Maestoso" Louva i
Miss Co leiu tan
The Quartette Is composed of Mrs.
I AgtK? Warner, Mrs. C H. Stevens,
j James Simpson and Walter Stephens.
ENSIGN GOSPEL MISSION 2468
' Wall avenue. Sunday services: I'reach
I ing and testimony meeting S p. m.
Bible study Monday ,S p. m. On
Xhursdaj at p, bl, Rev. Hugh Ne-
iLV.iliic liver vare !
Largest stock in the city. Entire Three patterns; 1847 Rogers and I
stock at Community plate. Closing out at Bdj flj
j 40 Discount 40 Discount 1 fl
I Phonographs Aluminum Goods I I
I of every description at greatly B pfl
p A reduction on each instrument from reduced prices
$25 to $65; also records tree with OoII Dishes
I J each machine. Child Cookmg Sets H
i Kiddie Kars Toy Wagons' Skates' 9 I
i j Large stock of all sizes and styles.
Selling at valueG in the city- H
I j 20 Discount FVarked Down S I
i j The DIG FLrdware Store ra
- . -. -r r- rr -- " j .; " ' " " " ; jjjHHB 1
vllle, new pastor M. E. churchi lll
preach, with two year's experience as
a missionary in the slums of London,
he will be interesting. Come and hear
him In our last study wc took up
Qen. ISl chapter, conception, forma
tion and birth of our planet, the earth".
. ml Avhy and wherefore the Jewlrh
and Christian sabbath, This week,
"whence Came Man ."' ;en. 2. 10-14.
And a river went out of Eden to water
the garden; and from thence it was
parted, ami became Into four heads
We are told that these four rivers
have never been found and because of
that and similar problems, many reject
the Bible and refuse to accept Its ree
ords as true. The reason why the
rivers are not found, they are no
longer rivers, have even ceased to be
seas, because they rfre oceans and
have been so quite a while. Mother
Earth Is in the growing business, still
increasing and multiplying. See our,
THE I LIM I V -u 11 1.1 l 111 R UN
III R.CH Corner of J tferson ave
nue and tiTwentynthlrd street, Arthur
B. Olson pastor Sunday school and
bible 1 lav-- every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Rehearsal for Christmas cantata at
this time No morning services this
Sunday. Evening services even Sun
day at 8 o'clock. Theme for this Bun
1 , "Witnesses for Christ." Special
Christmas day services on Dec. 26 .it
l l a. m. pecial song and music. You
art always welcome to our services
FIRST CHRISTI IN HI RCH
Corner of Twenty-fourt)i street and
Madison avenue. Rev. W. L. Mellln
ger, pastor. bible school at L.0
i.Yl'o'-k. und. i the supervision of Mrs
C. li. Carman. Morning worship and
communion service at li o'clock, ser
mon by the pastor. Christian Endeavr
at G:3 o'clock and Evangelistic serv
ice at 7:3" o'clock The regular bible
8udj Has been postponed for this
week. On Thursday evening begin
ning at o'clock members of the bibio
St ), .,.,1 will K'le n Christmas program.
puts'j i in 11 Ol CHUIST, SC 1-
ENT1ST Coriii-i ..inro- avenue anil
Twenty-fourth street. Regular serv
ice at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Sub
ject, ''Is the Universe, Including Mi n,
Evolved by Atomic Force'.'" Sunday
school at b : -i 5 a. m. Wednesday eve-
dug ti stlmonial meetings at I p. ni.
Heading rooms ai ."12 First National
bank building Hooms open dall)
from 12 noon to f P- m. except Sun
days and holidays.
CHI R H OF i HI GOOD -Hi P
II J KI) Cornel of Grant avenue and
Twenty-fourth street; opposite vh' ,
postoffiee. John W. Hyslo'p, rector,
The fourth Sunday in Advent. Holy
I communion at S a in The e.ur h
school meets at 9:45 a. m. W. H.
Prout,. superintendent. MornlUaTj
j drnyei and sermon a( 1 1 a. m. ( 'ffer
tory solo, .My Task," by -Miss Marion j
Hodle. Lecture by the Rev. Thomas
Parker Boyd, D. D. u I p. mi Eve
ninfc servlde and lecture )i Dr. Loyd
at " so p. m. Monday and Tuesday
I afternoons and evenings in the tlulbl'
hall. There will be no meeting of thel
(Women's f ; u i i .j this week ChUtdren'a
1 ht$stma9 festival Friclaj evening at I
7 o'clock in the 'iuild hall. Midnight ,
Christmas service, with Jull choir, at
I li 30 p. m. Christmas communion
I Christmas day at 1" a. m
1 ill: ( I .N l RAL PARK SI N l W
SCHOOL Corner Washington avenue j
and Thirty-first street, will be held at:
2 o'clock Sunday afterjoon. Come j
and worship with us. A. Christmas
entertainment will be given Friday
evening, Dec. 24. at o'clock A spe- j
clal invitation tckhitj Is extended to i
l IRST BAPTIST CIII iu n Just
north of the postoffiee on- Grant ave
nue, Sunday school at :'.i a. ni. J.
Ray Ward, superintendent. Something
new at our opening sen i .vii Sun
day morning. Don't fail to ! present
and see and bear wh it la dpne 1
Preaching at li o'Ciock by Dr. B.
Mlnuker of Boise, ' l.iho. our state
secretary. B. Y. P. ". v.ill meet at
6:30 p. m Miss Charlottte Skeen. I
president. This meeting Mil be veVl
interesting and entertaining fpr all, !
espei laiiy the .voung people' Preaching
at 7:3u p. nr. by l. Mlnakor. The
i ' at (B
each service. Mid-week prayer serv
and bible study on Wednesday
Will lead the meeting. Suhject, 'The sTB
LaM Covenant and the Covenant of
There will be business H
meeting of the church held on this H
evening just after bible study. All H
are cordially invited to attend all serv- H
FIRST Ml. UK MUST i HL'RCH
154 Twenty-fourth street. Rev. Hugh H
Neville, pastor Sunday school 10 a.
C M Wilton, superintendent, pri- H
department to a. m. Mrs. J. J.
Malum-, superlntetndent. Services
Morning! 11 a- m Subject, "The Only H
Sure Refuge for Storm-tossed Souls.'
Evening, 7;. 10. Subject. The Grace H
of our Lord Jesus Christ. Junior
league 3 p Mrs. O. y Zimmer- BM
man, eupei Intendent, Epworth league
6:80 p. in. Subject. "The Spirit of Gen
Hoy Scouts and clubs. Moil
day. 7 p. m. C. E Fish, scoutmaster. I9Ls
Mid-week service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. EbbbLb!
m. A special Christmas program and BbbiH
beautiful pageant will be given b
the children and young people on Pri- LsVH
7 3(i p Music for .bbbbsbbbbI
Organ prelude, "Prayer and Cradle H
Mrs. Vera Beason. organist.
Anthem, "Come Close to the iH
Saviour" Palmer LH
Offertory. "Romance" Debussy
Postlude March Pontificate" Gounod Lbbbbbbbbs
l. ESS inc.
Prelude, Andante" -Wholstreme H
Male quartette, "Remember Me". ..
Offertory, "Warum". ...Schumann LbbbbW
All . Wholstreme WW l'.
i CHRISTM AS SPECI ALS "" ""j H
Hand Painted China, Fancy Glassware, Jardinieres and Vases H
I Doll Buggies, Sleds and Wagons, Furniture and Rugs. We are I
n agents for the
Bargains In All Departments (3
I E. A QISEN &
2219 Washington Avenue PhoQe 24g I
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j DANCE TONIGHT 1 H
K. of P. 'HALL I H
Mountain Brand Club I
t 55c Per Couple; Extra Lady, 30c $
War tax included
I Big Candy Drawing Contest f
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