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title: 'The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1913-1920, May 03, 1913, 4 o'clock p.m. City Edition, Image 6',
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i THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, SATTJRDAY, MAY 3, 1913. .
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I Our Hat Is In the Ring We Boost For Ogden
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY BY DOING SO YOU WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME,WHICH WILL BUILD UP A GREATER CITY
AND AID IN THE PROSPERITY OF ALL.
NEW TRAIN SERVICE
ItomftC) I nauui rated April 8th
VLl'L 'THE PACIFIC LIMITED"
j Electrically Lighted equipment, Standard and
gp Tourist Sleepers, Diner, Observation Car,
ft Ask "Free Reclining Chair Car."
I About Leaves Salt Lake Daily 8 45 a. m
Our Arrives Los Angeles 10 a m.
California Two other good trains daily.
Excursion THE LOS ANGELES LIMITED
I Tickets Electrically Lighted, Standard and Tourist
Sleepers, Diner and Observation Buffet.
Leaves Salt Lake 5 pm.
j Arrives Los Angeles 4 .30 p m.
THE OVERLAND EXPRESS
Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Dining Car
j through, Free Reclining Chair Cars
For further information See Any Salt Lake Route Agent,
Write for California Literature.
Ticket Office No. 10 East 3rd Co., Slt Lake
T. 0. PECK, G. P. A. J H. MANDERFTELD, A. G. P. A.
I Los Angeles, California. Salt Lake City.
I uBttr by Ordor fnm
tert than your Ogden
I A Utah Product for Utah People.
HH I o8d.n decker rrining&IllalfiJia.CEa.
1 I BUY THE CEMENT THAT IS BEST
I BY TEST,
j - ,,:pCrfV, MATE BY
i OS'sZ : 0GDEN PORTLAND CEMENT CO.
gj f&f : f " FOR ' SALE BY
i 1 l!tffWrijrj,A The Old Reliable Dealers,
I lljL'L'a; ; THE ECCLES LUMBER CC
j't--' - '- We are a,so prepared to furnirh
I VTTLANI) dir.'.. CO f everything niaded In first class build- fi
i I VjST Ing material Why ps5- OUR PRICE
r?S V fcr INFERIOR GOODS 7 Take our ad- E
NtN.X - vice Don't do ft.
I Trade Mar w- p. MONSON, Manager,
I you get the best goods, both in purity and quality, when you
I ue J
I I RMRDAiE HIGH PATENT
; j FLOUR
Sold by All Leading Dealers
B Ogdcn Milling & Elevator Co.
I OGDEN, UTAH
ICE CREAM MAKING
, That's our business nothing else. We have been devot
j ing our mind and energies to this one thing for ten years.
The result is a product that is flawless, smooth and free
from deleterious substance. Don't take changes
I Bay BROWN'S DELICIA
j I EVERY DEALER
IN OGDEN HANDLES
I RED DEVIL
j (The Rock Cement.)
1 CAPACITY-One and a half million barrels yearly.
UNION PORTLAND CEMENT CO
General Office, Ogden, Utah.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
Wl H. WRIGHT & SONS CO.
I SACRED HEART ACADEMY ATTENDED BY SCHOLARS FROM
ALL OVER THE INTERMOUNTAIN REGION SISTERS IN
CHARGE ARE MOST CAPABLE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING AND
GROUNDS ADD TO THE ATTRACTIONS OF THE SCHOOLS
YOUNG LADIES TRAINED FOR LIFE'S DUTIES
I ' . . - I
. V- s V . . ; . . . ; -
V' SRD I E ART ACADEMY BUILDING
All educators agree that surround-1
I ings conduce manelouely lo the
r , r. i .. .
development of character Believing!
m ' Implicitly in this theory, the found
l ers of Sacred Heart academj s-iect-U
ed a spot favored by nature and
I beautiful by art as a fit location tor
H an Institution which has become l.un
ous throughout the lntermountain re
H gion. At the base of the ;is;it i.
iane. where mountain and canyon j
present a wondrous spectacle, the
j academy Is situated.
The grounds, covering fie acres,'
are tastefully laid out Shade trees.!
' cement walks, and velvet lawns in
1 ite to healthful recreation, and are In
! keeping withm the spacious building
of red brick with stone trimmings.
I The main structure, eighty by two
' hundred and fifty feet. Is four stories
high, and well equipped with all mod
I ern appliances Gvmnasium. assera
) bly hall, library, classroomB, dining
. halls, sleeping apartments, are in har
I monv with the exterior an lnstitu
; tlon of which the Junction City may
well be proud
As one might reasonably expect,
' the conr6P of study Is as thorough
as the appointments of the building
are complelo if the student begins
I In the Academic course, four yenrs
nro required to rompleto It, if in the
First Prep&ratory clas, eight venrr,
ero required for a full course, while
the Business eourso may bo coverod
In two years
The departments of muiic, art, and ,
elocution are modelled on the best
systems of teaching, while pupils of i
modern languages show the ability of
their instructors the gymnasium lsl
under the direction of a most capable
teacher whose experience covers
more than a score of years, and the
Btudy of methods in Boston New York
and Utah Kntertalnments given an
nually prove beyond a doubt the prog
ress of the pupils. To these perform
ances (he public are admitted, an-li
all declare that the dramatic, musical
and literary ability displayed, rival the I
productions of far more prtentlousj
organizations. As an adjunct of Ibej
ESngliBD claSMes, literary societies and
manuscript papers prove a decided
Stimulus t' study, and the musical and
art departments boast similar circles
devoted to their respective subjects.
Sricrcd Heart academy Introduced
the school gnrden movement Into the
city, and the nature study elnpnes
are favored gatherings for reflection
Lectures, recitals and artistic read
ings by people of note In their pro
fessional lines are delightful inter
ruptions in regular class work each
one seeming to call to its respective
Careful attention is given to plain
sewing and mending, and two hourj
each week are devoted to ornamrntnl I
needl work, for Bacrcd Heart acad
emy aims to send Into the world
capable women, ready and willing to
make homes for iho who depend
upon thnm womon who renllzo that
"life ItBelf la the great school."
Discipline, mild but strict Is en
forced in eacli of the three depart
nentS, while the Importance of re
. - training, without Interfering
with distinct beliefs, is deemed moat
essential for every student entrust
ed to the tare of those at Sacred 5
Heart Is taught that God Is the ultl-
mate end of creation; that He alone I
(an satisfy the nobler aspirations of
The scholastic year of 1912 and I
13 has been one of the most sue- 1
cessful In the history of the inatltu-
lion. The list of students Includes E
names from California. Texas, Wash- I
ington, Colorado. Wyoming, Nevada, I
Idaho, Montana and Utah. The class I
l 1fd'! to be gruduated In June, con
sists of nine young women, some of
whom have received their education j
exclusively at the academy and who,
oh commencement night, will become I
members of the Alumni association J
n li'h now numbers one hundred and I
'him Whether these former grad
uates are In far awaj fields or are
fortunate enough to meot on the homo
ground. Sacred Heart facultv points
to them with loving and laudable I
pride: the world Is the better for their 1
having lived in It Manv are croun- 3
ed with the diadem of beautiful
motherhood, a few have known the I
Miss of a life of absolute sacrifice; H
others aro conscientious teachers In I
schoolB of the lntermountain states, I
while si 111 others have been welcomed
Into the ranks of the musical and B
artistic world. Wherever they go. I
the hear the stump of their early
training, ami ihls, to all honest minds
if. Km motii fnvonihUi advertisement
I that any school can put forth, .
Make Ogden Interiors
I "NATIONAL QUALITY MAZDAS"
"They Stand the Volts and Jolts"
Electric Service Co.
The Live Wire Contractors. Up 24th St
1 The service we render to our customers in addition to our su
I penor work has established our famous slogan. ,,j
I "The Troy Way Is the Right Way" I
n Send us your laundry by phoning for one of our dirvers and
let us prove to you that we arein the lead In service and sat- 9
iafactory laundering j J
I TROY LAUNDRY
8 Phone 2074. 2538-40 Wall Ave.
I Steam Heat. Electric Ldghtl, Bath-?. Hoi and Cold Water in aJ? Jj
gj nKims. Keduoed ratos by -w--k or month. Rooms 75c, $3.00,
$1.50, Tho only fivproof hotel in the city
! "FIREPROOF SPELLS SAFETY"
THE NEW BRIGHAM
TIIEO (10RIE, PROPRIETOR I
Wall Avenue and 'J4th Street One Block from Union Depot I
Gold Leaf Brand Lard 9s a
Utah Made Product
EACH CAN IS INSPECTED BY A GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL.
THE ONLY LARD PUT UP UNDER GOVERNMENT IN
SPECTION IN THE STATE. DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
OGDEN PACKING AND PROVISION CO.
OGDEN SALT LAKE CITY AN FRANCSCO
THE FLOUR DE LUXE jj
Made from the cream of Turkey Red hard
At your grocers $2.75 per hundred.
Don't pay more for hard wheat flour.
I I You will never Know the meaning of satisfaction, till 'TouTry " j
I : ! fcsr PIERCE'S SAUERKRAUT - -
ittah riRRifp HOUSE ODOR IN I
1 I utah cabbage UTAH CANNING COMPANY preparing I