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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, March 26, 1922, Image 30',
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l SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 28. 192 SHU fytlXUb V-lC&mXVNit OGDEN. . rTA L W
WARD ALL SET
TO TAKE OFFICE
Oscar B. Madson to Step in
As Soon As Commis
H J. Ray Ward commissioner of pub-
H He safety, is preparing to take over '
B hit pew duties as United States mar-
R shal for Utah In Salt Lake April 1. .
H And like preparations have been he, I
B gun by Oscar B. Madson. Ugtlcn dairy -
Bj man. to succeed Commissioner, Ward
B in Use ball.
H A It bough the nomination of Coin- ,
H Ward, made by PresTdcnl
H Harding, hns not yet been approved j
K by the ibe actum is declared!
B to do and the confirmation lej
H expected at any time. The
H ment of Mr. Madson ay
H will not be made until Commissioner
B Ward formally resigns, but Ibe nam-
H ing of Mr. MAdson Is said to be as
1 certain the appointment of Com-j
B mlsslonrr Word as marshal,
l M I
K Commissioner Ward was in Salt
B Lake JPriday conferring with Mar-
H, shall Aquila Nebeker, whom he will
B succeed in office. The outgoing mat
B shal is said to have requested t'.oir-
Bi mlssmner Ward to be ready to take
B over the office by April 1. in order
B, i hat he might leave at this time to
Bj engage In the livestock and ranching
K husiness. It wa .-aid yesterday by ,
1 'Jommissioner Ward that he Will be
B ready to assume his new duties at this
B time, providing his appointment
K Commissioner Ward said that he
K has not yet selected his second dep-
Bt uty, but that he was constantly be-l
H ing besieged With" applicants tor the!
H place. The second deputy will be a!
J Salt Lake man. Commissioner Ward
H has declared.
l PUBLIC SAFETY DRPARTMKOT.
B Mr. Madson will the
partment of public safely, which
B dudes the polb n department, the
fl. department and the health depart
m mcnt. It Is said, therefore there
fl he no other changes at the city ball I
B through his appointment.
B Mr. Madson la engaged in the ,
H wholesale dairy business and fniinerlv
served as Weber county commissioner.
H He Is ono of Ogden's most widely
H known and popular citizens and dm -
H ing his term of office as eommlssion-
H er was a firm booster for good roads
H To him belongs much of the credit
H for the present (rood highways in
H Weber county. Madson served three
terms, one of two years and two terms ,
H of three years and was chairman
1 the board.
fl He was born In Ogden in 1870 and
H was married in 1904 to Delia "Baus-
H cher. There were four children. The
wife and three of these children died
h , during the Influenza epidemic of
Mr. Madson has opera tie Modi:
1 Dairy for SO years and is the owner
H of much property. He resides in the
B Third ward.
I HISTORICAL SOCIETY
ENTERTAINS AT TEA
Members of the Historical society
met Saturday afternoon at the Mary ,
Fay Inn with an attendance of more
than 1U0 guests. A program of music
was given, through the COUTtes of
Sacred Heart academy, as follows:
Song. "When Irish Eves Are Smil- .
If IBB Gertrude Blnford
J Solo dance, Irish Jig
Miss Farnotta Crow ley
Song. "That Old Irish Mother of
h Mine" Von Tilaer ,
Miss Virginia Pierce
Encore, "Mother Maehree"
Reading, "Mary Cary"
! Kate Langley Basher!
( Miss Kaiherlne Krauss
j lolln solo, "St. Patrick's Day".
I i Vieux Ternps
I Miss Inez Johnson
Song. "Ireland l Love You". . Browne
Miss Virginia Pierce
L Solo dance, "Curly Locks" .... j
Miss Farnetta Crow U j
Tea was .served.
, Mrs. George Matson r-d Mrs. C.
' 1. Coulter were the hostesses.
BE HELD TODAY
MRS. NMi MORTENSEN.
Funeral services for Mrs. Annie
IdorteAen will be held today at 2
o'clock at tlie Elevenifi ward meeting
house Bishop N". A Tanner will of
ficiate', The body may be viewed at
the residence oi .Useph Kinphum, 31s
Twenty-eighth Btreet, until 1 o'clock
Burial will he in the City cemetery;
Reorganization of the Continental
Building & l.oan association, with s
; I e as president and Fred J Virks
as secret ;ir -t reasuicr. has been an
nounced, the corporation having Its
Offlcei at. -37.'. Hudson axenue.
The building and loan association
hac M capitalization of 1, 000. 000. It
will be conducted under ibe supervl-
sion of both the state securities com
mission and the state banking de-
partment. The directors of the com-
oan nrt S I've, president L .1
pallentlne, vice president; Fred J
Vick. secretary-lroasurer; S P
Dobbe, attorney; J Head, Prcd C.
Smith and J H F . Volker.
Regarding the general plan of
l)iiibllng and loan asso. lai mas, offi
cers of the local association slated
yesterday that 1 b i are now 8.60u
such organisations In the tinited
States, with total assets of 12, 519,
911,000 and with 4.961' 919 members.
this number constantly growing.
ONE LICENSE PLATE
CAUSES HIS ARREST
''.night driving an automobile with
but one new license plute when he
should have had two, according to
the indite, Robert Moulding was ar
rested at the Intersection of Twenty
ninth and Washington avenue yes
terday evening and ;.iken to police
headquarters He was released after
depositing $10 ball for his appear
ance in the eitv court before City
Judge D. R. Roberts tomorrow morn
ing Motorcycle Officer C. K. Ix-lser
made the aircst.
IS PROUD FATHER
"Vern " Watson, the "boss" at the
Watson-Buick Automobile company
attracted the attention of his employes
throughout yesterday afternoon h
continually rushing to the telephom
and calling a number in s low voice.
The employes edged closer to deter
mine the nature of the calls which
wer made at regular intervals of
about fie minutes.
Toward 4 o'clock he moved to the
telephone again and murmured his
muffled number into the mouthpiece.
; Soon Vern gave a hoot and yelled,
P'Hpo-ray, it's' a girl."
I ' Culley's Soda Fountain
B is now open for business under the management of
B ' V. G. Gibson.
B Quality Fountain Products Plus Courteous and
H Efficient Service
Hi Call and See Us
H PRESCRIFTIOIij hPKCI ALISTS
2479 Washington Avenue
H I TREES, SHRUBS, VINES
THE KIND THAT GROW
B TV "V r sm Field Grown On
ROFS-.: 0WNR00TS boo
Hi A VV7 LI JL-ikJ Ten for ....... . $5.00
100 for $35.00
B Thirteenth and Washington Phone 782
BETTER TRY A 8
NOT FAR OFF
Melting Snows in Hills
Swelling Rivers Near
Melting miows in the bills caused Ibe
l-Offden river to rise more than t
feet yesterday arid during the next
week th .oprlnK flond waters are ex
i pected. according to Arthur F Inr-
son, commtsstonei (,f city streets Ev
ery weak point on i he river embank-
ment haw been rein forced Mr lirson
said, and nn d.tmage from Overflow
lis looked tor unless ihr water la
hiKher than usual this vi-nr
Restdents who live in the Qlaasrot
nddltion in the northwest portion oi
;lbe city have built a dyke back of the
river bank as H precaution against the
I possible overt low. a was leported Vs
I terday. The dyke will prevent the
flooding "f cellars agd basements,
should ihe rlvei ii;m be inundated
it Is ald.
A report was made to "om m isslon -er
Larson yeaterdfaj thai .Middle Fori
Its about ready lo overflow and ih
bunks are inrrylng all the water pos
sible, overflow .of the embankmenti
lis expected at any time. North Pork
was also reported rising., but South
Fork Is carrying but the normal flov
Commissioner Larson is preparing
to place n gauge at the Washington
avenue bridge which will tell at
I glance the dertii of the water. The
gauge will replace one which wan
wept away last spring.
1 IN JAIL AGAIN
Oscar Stromberg Withdraws
As Bondsman; New Se
I Samm Addleson. iigden youth, who
j was convicted In the district court
more than two months .iijo on a stat
lutory offense in connection with an
alleged attack upon a Brlgham City
girl, was taken temporarily Into cilS
iod yesterday l.'.' memliers of th'
,sleriff'H department. when Uscar
Stromberg. one of his bondsmen, with
drew his name from the bond.
Addleson's appeal is now before the
supreme court of I'tah and as yr-t there
i has been no derision Following hit
conviction and filing of appeal n bond
Of $600(1 wa.s slKned l,y Stromberg.
Ii nnie Siner and Sam Gordon, and
jAddbson was released pending the
outcome of his appeal to the higher
j Stromberg withdrew his name from
: I hi liond and Addleson wis nnoigh'
to the sheriff s office, JihIk. QeOTge
US Barker held that the bond Whs void
with the withdrawal of Stromberg and
declared that if Addleson was to hae
hiR liberty In the future it would 1"1
necessary that another bond be drawn
and approved hy the i-ourt
r,n.st night Addleson hail not pro
cured q new bond and wus being held
at the county Jail.
j According to the officers. .Stromberg
said I hat he nn longer cared to take
;he dak of having his name on the
ddle?on was convicted of having
participated In an attack upon the girl
with two other voting men who es
enped from igden before their ar
rests could be made.
350 AT C. C. DINNER
The third monthly membership dln
itier of the ugden chamber of com
merce, will be held April 19 or 20. ac
cording to Secretarj Jesse Richards
Busim-s--' n (it igden and r" pi use n -
lative farmers of Weber county will be
Complete details for the next din
ner are to be in the hands of tho Ug
den chapter of the American Associa
tion of Engineers.
If the present (dans mature the af
ifair will be held in the Berthana. It.
I being estimated that more than 350
will be in attenda m i
Members of the Rotary, Kiwunis.
I Progressive Business club Lions' club
and the Ogden chanter of the Amerl
jcan association of Engineers, together
with Weber dub and chamber of com
merce members are to attend.
Charles W. Cross Walter S i"ra-
n, Joseph Kroft and C..A I dnd have
charge of the program on arrange
Itneuis for the engin iers
Several feature stunts are bf Ing
planned by' the engineers fur the din-
Mrs Pauline Cunningham w-.-r,
pleasantly surprised with a handker
chief shower Thursday afternoon
when the members of the Women's
auxiliary to the Moose lodge ca'l d
her home. The time, was given to arl
work, mu&ic and games. A delicious
luncheon wa ser vd in charge o
l omialtteo comprising-.Irs ;. . ,
kins. Bira Ida Barrls. Mrs Blanch
Ixirrance Mrs. Jeanetti Hull ml ,!
Present besides r)-.c complimented
guest were Mrs Anna Wohrnu i m
Mildred Wohrman, Mrs. Bthel Ma
Mrs Blanche Ixrance, Mrs B
Heine, Mrs. Joanjtto Hall, Mrs.
Elizabeth Eee, Mrs. Angelina Sip-
relle. Mrs PsteHa Blprelle, Mr May
Watklns, Mrs. Katie 'larrt. Mrs. I5vj
Cottrcll. Mrs Lula Clark. Mrs. Ida
HarrK Mrs. Mary Holme.". Mrs. Lar
sen and Mrs Eva Holmes.
TO ADDRESS CLUB
The Child Culture club through
Mrs R. A Moyes, the president an
nounced yesterday that for their meet
ing next Thursday, Professor Fred C
Reynolds, head of the extension ,n
partmeni of the l"nlversit of I'tah
would spi);. professor Reynolds will
discuss Americanism. He has, for
number of years, given sx)"' bil Stud)
to this subject and Is recognized as a
close student of the big problems in
volved In this yuestlon and a force ft I
advocate of practical methods for de
veloping better citizenship.
The officers of the Child Culture
club have decided to invite the attend
ance of all the club women of the
city. The meeting will be held at 2 30
o'clock in the Berthana hall. Thurs
i day, March 34.
' ' '
NJS I , J Buy now -take advantage of our easy payments. We iH
I: t;' I carry a complete line ot Ladieo' and Men's Ready-to- fflyj4BH
Wear Apparel, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings. H
s r The National ,, '. :
$30 SZj 2345 Washington Ave. IHHhBEi I
Ex-Soldiers Find Work to
Tide Them Over Through
More I ban 100 former service men
obtained employment through tip
American Legion employment cam
paign which has been conducted dur:.
Ing the last week in the city hall, acj
cording to an announcement made
last night by the campaign committee.
Although most of the work has been
temporary, the campaign accomplish-1
ed the purpose li st out for, that of
providing employment for the former
FLOWER or VEGETABLE
BULK OR PACKAGE
TESTED FIELD SEEDS
DRY LIME SULFUR
ARSENATE OF LEAD
BLACK LEAF "40"
C. F. 6R0UT
soldiers, to tide thin ocr until out
door operations begin in earnest.
The campaign will be closed at the
li Ity hall tomorrow noon, but Jobs will
Still be furnished the cx-soldlcr.-throuKh
Ensign ttcrrlck, at Tfi2 T'mu-tv-fourth
street, who has offered 10
tarry "n the work personally until the
employment situation is relieved.
Citizens who desire workers for any
kind of a Job. are urged to call Mr
Herrlek at 1670 and a former soldier
will he immediately -ant out.
During the campaign last weel
married men have been given the pref
erence In distributing the Jobs and
there are still many men who need
Ted Conroy and Commander E. A
i. ltttet lei.i. w ho directed the campaign,
yesterday nsked that all former ser l
rrii 1 1 w ho have not yet registered at
ii. . .ity hall, call tomorrow noon ana
fill out a questionnaire so that work
can be furnished them Those who
fill out the questionnaires and desire
to m:il! them in should direct theni
t U .r Holther. 20 Kred J. Kiep-1
The committee announced last night
lh.it -everal opportunities for work
had opened rate yesterday, after the
service men had departed, and ask
il it they appear tomorrow morning.
When Kred Wilson, trusty and cool
at the County jail, gets h!s meals ready
for the prisoners, he always walks to
the office of Sheriff Kichard Pinc-n I
how s politely or rather reverent h an I
In the voire of a trained butler sayfl
To the uninitiated In Jail custom
ir might be explained that ,ns.'
mem th" indestructible plates which
prisoners, in the words of tho second
rjfook, "eat off.
Although Wilson, who Is servim; n
sentence for the theft of some harness,
IK v. r speaks about his past life, his
i.iinns and formal manner of bowing
.ind speaking, indicate that at one tlnn
he might have served as a butler In "
i cluslve fanill)
Yesterday Deputy Sheriff 'Arl
Mohlman decided that when Wllsi
wanted his tins to rasa into the Jail, h
must use a new system In asking the
-In rlf for the key to the locker, where
the tlrts are kept.
So Mohlman deliberately took th
trusted cook aside and whispere
Something In his ear
i-isi evening Sheriff Plncock wai
Sitting in his office, when Wilson for
mally appeared at the door with an
. Kpreasloh ..n ills (ace that might itnii
oate he was about to serve the royal
family, lie bowed stiffly, placing op
hand across his chest as good butl. r.
do In the movies.
TJie sheriff looked up
"Can 1 have the keys, Sir?" inquired
The keys (,. what"" queried the
"To the silverware, Sir," came (h
answer. It was some time hid ore the sherlf"
MISS HARTLEY TO
SING AT CHURCH
Mis Margaret Hartl'-y will be the
t soprano soloist at tonight's Vesper ser
Ivice at the First Congregational
I church A vocal trio consisting of the
Misses Margaret Hartley, Grjace
Matthews and Mrs. K .1 1 Kh.w , will
sing Mendlessolvi's ' L"'t Thine Eyes
to the " Mountains " The Chorus an
them Is Varley Itoberts' "Seek Ye the
Lord." In which Elwood Pearson win
ship the tenor solo
Charles 11. Peart, at the organ, will
play the prelude, offertory and post
lUde an,l the sermon-address will be
on the subject, "Jesus Manifesting
i . i "
The service begins promptly at 5
and lasts one hour.
MISSION LEADER AT
Special services will be held at the
Lutheran church this evening a s
o'clock, directed by Lr. c. A. LiindQUlsl
of Axtel, Neb., superintendent of the
famous Lutheran Betheage Mission, an1
institution fur epileptics and the feeble-minded
Dr. Lundquist will be the
principal speaker at the evening ser-i
vices and it is also hoped lhat ho may
he ahle to speak at the morning ser-,
vices at 11 o'clock Dr. Lundquist is'
en route to San Lilego, Cal . where he
will attend the Lutheran conference. '
25 AT S. I. S. MAY m
BE PAROLED SOON
Superintendent . j-;. s. Hinckkv, of
the xtn-.e in lustrial si iiool has reported
to the board of. trustees that there
ire 25 boys and girl-: that have made
good records at the institution H
that, may be paroled at any time thai
good homes an- found for them.
In u few of thje cases though the
children ha e parents it Is' understoWl
that it is not dosirablo to send tlieTn
back to their parents and members
of the board of trustees have expressed
the opinion that these j oung people
will fin I a welcome. in iiome: where
they will have favorable surroundings
and be ablp to show then- ,cai worth Bk
GIRL SCOUTS HOLD
A special meeting was held bv the 1
mi mbi - ..i the Bl n Bi 11 Troi p al l he fl
home of Mrs. David Eccles Saturday
evening. Captain biraelson was In LH
charge. The mer-triTg was opened l,V
egula.r formation, followed bv a busl' H
nesa meeting. Compass work and iH
-':1' ba,ndage orli was demon-
Sl rated This v.as follow ed Jy ITL H
Director Hetty Stiles led in
Ot troop yells and songs. Several
mothers of troop members were enter Bil
HiuSn Convenience That I
lSL. Works Both Ways
A certain man said that some day he would rent n
vault box But he thought that his bonds were "a B
bit more convenient'" in a tin box in his home.
burglar thought so, too. I
The householder now agrees that real safety is the '
first consideration. Do you? There's a box in our
vault awaiting your call
National Bank of Commerce I
CHAS H. BARTON, President
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MMBI
2453 Washington Avenuo