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M "i - THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH SATURDAY,, MAY 13, 1916. . !
K Absolutely Pure'
m Made from Cream of Tartar
Hf SO ALUH-HO PHOSPHATE
K Berlin, May 13, Wireless to Sayvillc
V "The Chronicle of the- Christian
Kh World, a religious weekly snys that
Hfl during the second Russian invasion
Hif oC East Prussia 15.000 women, chil-
Hjj drcn and old men were carried off
K to Russia and that the fate of most ol
Hltj them is unknown," says the Overseas
I News agency "It is stated 80,000
houses were looted and destroyed, 13
churches demolished, 2G rectories and
13 churches damaged and six clergy-
men with their families were carried"
UNION PACIFIC MEN
OVEN HIGHER PAY
H Omaha, May 13. Union Pacific
Hl headquarters announces increases m
Bj the pay of all machinists in all the
Ht shops of the system of nearly five per
Hfcp cent to lake oTfect May eighth. The
llj advance will increase the monthly
Hl pay roll of the company about $20,000
Hl SIMPSON EQUALS
H V Columbia. Mo., May 13. Robert
H If Simpson of the University of Mis-
M , souri, equalled the world's record for
i' the 120 yard high hurdles racejn the
1 ' mppt with flip TTnfvorsltv nf TCnncnc
m today, clearing the hurdles in :l-i 4 3.
1 He established the world's mark in
M the Missouri-Iowa state meet a week
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TO BE OBSERVED
The observance of Mothers' day has
become a regular event in the First
Presbyterian church. This year the
observance will be In keeping with
that of former years. The room wjll
bo decorated with a view of the
meaning of the service and the musi
cal program will keep the message
of tho day foremost Inasmuch as
the evening service of the church is
to be given to the baccalaureato serv
ices for the high school, only the
morning service will be given to Moth
ers' clay. This service will bo at 11
o'clock and tho program will be:
Prelude, "Rest" -.Jadasohn
Miss Louise Pierce.
Tenor solo, "Mother Dear'WVhittakcr
Mr. William Herbert Manning.
Offertory. "Mother's. Lullaby". Dennet
Miss Ida Anderson (violin)
Soprano solo, "My Mother's Hymn"
' Miss Martha Chausse.
Sermon, "The Sweetness of Poetry
and tho Bitterness of the Prose
in the Realities of .Motherhood"
Tenor solo, "Mother o' Mine".. .Tours
Mr. William Herbert Manning
Postlude, "Romance" Rubcnstein
Miss Louise pierce.
DAY IS OBSERVED
New York, May 13 Patriotic or
ganisations throughout the country
have been asked by the Society of
American Indians to observe this as
American Indian Day by holding field
exercises This is the first time that
the date fixed by congress has been
so observed The society of American
Indians asked every person of Indian
ancestry to observe the day as a me
morial to the Indians of America.
The society has invited the churches
to observe- Indian day tomorrow by
giving consideration to the status of
tho Indian and to his future welfare.
MRS JUNSFON STARTS
RED CROSS BRANCH
San Antonto, May 13. Mrs. Fred
prick Funston, wife of Gen Frederick
Funston. commanding the southern
department has started Red Cross
branches in the south.
The plan calls for more than 2.000
women in this city to engage m mak
ing bandages, and articles of clothing
for soldiers with the understanding
that all the produpts of the society
are to be used by American soldiers.
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MRSES 11E T8 BE
A nurses' home in connection
with the Thomas D. Deo Memorial
hospital is to bo built this year, ac
cording to an announcement made
last night by Bishop David A. Smith
of the presiding bishopric of the Mor
mon church, at tho annual commence'
meni exercises of tho local hospital
nurses training school. The bishop
stated that tho decision to build the
home, which Is to cost approximately
$20,000, was made on May 10, at a
conference in Salt Lake City between
the first presidency of the chnrch, the
presiding bishopric and Judge Henry
U. Itolapp. The church is to appro
priate $15,000, provided Uiat the board
of trustees, of which W. H. Wattls Is
chairman, secures $5000. It was stat
ed by Bishop Smith that the latter
amount had already been secured by
Ogden subscriptions, thus assuring
tho erection of the new building.
The commencement exercises were
held in tho Weber academy auditor
ium and a pleasing program was car
ried out. Seven nurses who have
completed tho training course at the
hospital wero given diplomas, the
young ladles being the Misses Louise
Owens, Clara Morris, Irene N. Swan
son, Phillppa Nelson, Dorothea M.
Allen and Ell7abeth Snyder of Ogden
and Mary L. Swan of Kaysville.
Tho graduates entered the auditor
ium with other nurses from tho hos
pital, Supt. O. J. Stilwell and Miss
oamsuury, neau oi uio training
school, took their places on the plat
form in front of tho choir and loft,
while a marsh was being played by
Lester Ilinchcliff. On the platform
with them, when they were seated,
were Mrs. Thomas D. Dee, Mrs. R. B.
Porter and other members of the hos
pital board of trustees, officials of
the Mormon church and a number of
Bishop David A. Smith offered the
Invocation and Mrs. Agnes Warner
gave a fine rendition of a vocal solo,
j Dr. R. S. Joyce was tho fiist speak
i er, his remarks being relative to tho
I purpose of the nurses' training school,
I and Dr A A. Robinson spoke on
' The Training School Pin," showing
its meaning as an emblem of ser
Aice for humanity. O. J. Stilwell
submitted the annual report of the
hospital, showing that it now had an
enrollment of 30 nurses and students,
instead of 12, a year ago, and that,
financially, it was on a paying basis.
A vocal solo was rendered by Wil
liam H. Manning and this was fol
lowed by tne administering of the
Florence Nightingale pledge to the
graduates, by Dr, Eugene H. Smith
This was one of the most interesting
features of the program. Miss Hel
en Hunter played a violin solo and
Bishop Smith made a short address,
announcing the proposed construction
ot the nurses' home.
The closing features were the pre
sentation of the diplomas by David
O. McKay and that of tho pins, bv
Miss Sainsbury. Following the exer
cises, the nurses and their friends
passed the remainder of the evening
Tlie Baccalaureate services for the
graduating classes of the Ogden High
school will be held Sunday night in
the First Presbyterian church. The
services will commence at S o'clock.
The baccalaureate sermon will be de
livered by the Reverend John Edward
Carvern of the First Presbjterla
church. The musical piogram will be
a most excellent one and be furn
ished by members of tho school.
School colors will be used In the dec
oration of the church and the orango
and black will be intermingled with
the bright colors of the -various
classes. The lower classes of the
school will have seals reserved for
them and designated by their class
-class colors. The graduating class
will meet In the parlors of the church
at 7.30 o'clock Sunday night and
march In the church in a body. A
'block of seats will be reserved for
the parents of those graduating. The
sermon theme will be, "The Victories
The program of the- evening will
Prelude, "Novellette" Schumann
Miss Louise Pierce
" Vn" " " : ; , Tscheiko wskl
Miss Helen Hunter. (Cello)
Solo, "Oh Lord Remember Me."
;. Sarlo Roma
Miss Lucille Griffin.
Offertory, "Nocturn" Karpsch
..Miss Ida Anderson. (Violin)
Solo, "Jerusalem" Parker
Miss Rosamond Laird."
Postlude, "Farewell" Schumann
Miss Louise Pierce.
MUSICAL PROGRAM '
The music lovers will have a rraro
musical treat next Sunday evening.
Miss Larson, of Salt Lake City will
sing with the concert orchestra;
Geraldine Farrar, in the great Lasky
feature "Maria Rosa," and the un
equaled Sis Hopkins will get you on
the laugh route. The best program
of the season. Open 5:30; curtain
6 p. m. Advertisement.
Boston, May 13. The, Charleston
navy yard in which forty vessels of
war had been assembled, was visited
by thousands of persons today in con
nection with a naval day program ar
ranged by the Massachusetts Auxiliary
of the naval relief society. The ficht
ing ships ranging from Submersible
to .super-dreadnoughts were dressed
for the occasion.
AMERICANS LEAVE PERU
Lima Peru, May 13. Tho American
financial commission which has been
i visiting Peru departed todav for Mol
leudo, on its way to Bolilva.
JURY SELECTED TO
HOLD HIST OB
The jury empaneled by Municipal
Judge George S. Baker to hold an in
quest ovor David Jenkins, who died at
tho Dee hospital after he had been un
conscious a numbor of hours, as tho
result of an assault on him at his
home in "Willson Tuesday night, is
composed of Jonathan Jones, H. Brum
mell and B. W. Nichols.
Paris, May 13, (5 15 a. m Sarah
Bernhardt returned from tho front
where she gave six performances in
three days to tho soldiers.
"Nothing could bo more moving,"
said Mmo. Bernhardt," than playing
before such heroes. It was the in
comparable event of my life. The
warmth and heartiness of their ap
plause was most touching I was de
lighted with my trip. I even persuad?
ed General B to take me to a
placo near Pont-A-Mousson which is
usually bombarded by the Germans.
Tho General refused at first, but
then consented saying "Since you in
sist, very well. You are worthy,
Madame, 'to be at the post of danger.'
I regard that as the highest compli
ment that has ever been paid to me
in my whole ilfo."
FROM WAR ZONE
New York, May 13 More than six
hundred refugees from Greece and
Serbia we're among the 1.109 steeiage
passengers on tho Italian steamship
Duca d'Acosta, which arrived here to
day from Mediterranean ports The
refugees embarked at Naples and
came to tho United States to join
relatives who preceded them.
BANK BILL TO PASS.
Washington, May 13 The bill es
tablishing a chain of twelve federal
banks for loaning money on agricul
tural credit at low interest, entered on
its last stage in the house today, with
prospect of passage by night. Differ,
ences with the rural credits bill
passed by the senate would be adjust
ed in conference.
(Continued from Page 7.)
The Beehive Literary and Sewiny
circle will meet with Mrs. Frank J.
Stevens, 2557 Adams avenue, Thurs
day, May 18.
The Queen Nest Order of Owls will
entertain at cards in the I. O. O. F.
hall, Thursday evening, May IS, public
I Mrs. Esther Randall will be hostess
( to the Past Noble Grand's club,
Thursday. May IS, at her home 320
I Second street.
The Bohemian club will give its
next dancing party, Wednesday, May
17 In the Berthana hall.
W. A. JUNIOR PROM.
The Weber academy junior proin
will be given Monday, May 22 in the
Berthana and the event promises to
be one of the most elaborate affairs
of the social season.
Ogden lodge, No. 1314, Loyal Or
der of Moose, entertained last even
ing at its first open session since the
organization Avas perfected here,
about 175 guests and members of the
order being present nt the meeting
Preceding the open session, an Initi
atory meeting was held at which a
class of ten candidates was admitted
A program was given, Dictator A. T.
Ilestmark presiding and a luncheon
followed The event was arranged in
order that the members and their
friends might become better acquaint
ed, prior to the closing of tho char
ter of the lodge on May 19.
Women of Woodcraft No. 5S1 will
give a card social Wednesday, May 17
in the Woodmen hall to which every
one is invited.
1916 FIVE HUNDRED CLUB.
The 1916 Five Hundred club held a
pleasant meeting with Mrs. Luddlng
tton, 598 Twelfth ijta'eet, Thursday,
May 11. Following roll call, five hun
dred was played and the hostess serv
ed a delicious buffet luncheon. Hon
ors were given Mesdames Ludwig,
Shipley and Furniss. The club will
meet again Thursday, May 25 with
Mrs. Ludwig, 2311 Lincoln avenue.
500 CLUB MEETING.
Mrs. Jesse Stratford entertained
her 500 club last Wednesday, May 10,
at her home, 732 Twenty-fourth streeL
The rooms were prettily decorated
and following card games, at which
Mrs. Harllu and Mrs. Maltman wore
given honors, the hostess served lun
cheon. Covers wero laid for Mrs.
Fred Williams, Thomas Maltman,
Charles Lunt, Lillian Lawson, Wil
liam Wilson, Leo, Chamberlin. Rob
ert Harliu and Albert Davis.
MRS. FLYGARE CHOSEN.
Mrs. Chris Flygaro was chosen yes
terday afternoon as general chairman
for the Pioneer day celebration in
Ogden this year, the Daughters of the
Pioneers of Weber county making'
preliminary plans for this great event
when they met at the home of Mrs.
David Eccles, Twenty-sixth Btreet and
Jefferson avenue. Two other mem
bers of the committee, Mrs. E. I. Rich
and Mrs7 J. R- Morrell, wero also
nanfed and these will select the addi
tional members from other organi
zations than the Daughters of tho Pio
neers. Every company in Weber county
was represented atThe meeting and
there was much enthusiasm, indicat
ing that the event will be tho most
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H your shoes at a SHOE store. (Shoes fop the whoIe Famy0 .
elaborate celebration ever held here.
Immediate arrangements wero made
to secure tho names and addresses of
all the Weber county pioneers who
arrived hi Utah before the advent of
the Union Pacific railroad. This list
will includo the names of all local
members of the Mormon battalion,
tho Hand-Cart company, tho '47 pio
neers and others.
Many proposed features for the
event were discussed at the meeting
yesterdny, but no plans were defin
itely adopted, the entire arrangement
being loft to the general committee
that will be headed by Mrs. Flygare.
The Historical society met today at
2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. S. Gordon,
551 Twenty-fifth street, when a very
enjoyable program was givcn4 cele
brating the twentieth birthday of the
BIRTHDAY EVENT ON
Thirty young people were the guests
of Miss Beatrice Stephens on Fortieth
street, last Wednesday evening, May
10th, when that young lady celebrated
her seventeenth birthday The lawn
was very prettily decorated and
myriads of tiny electric lights and
Japanese lanterns were suspended
from tho trees. In the homo a decora
tlve scheme in pink and white was
perfectly carried out. During tho even
ing the young people enjoyed games,
Instrumental and vocal music, and
wore seated at a delicious birthday
luncheon about 11:30 o'clock A beau
tiful birthday cake, lighted with seven
teen candles, graced the center of tho
table. Miss Stephens received many
lovely gifts with the happy wishes of
her host of friends.
Mrs. Charles Boverldge announces
the engagement of her daughter, Miss
Isabel Bevendge, to Francis K. God
dard, son of B. H. Goddard, the wed
ding to occur in June. The bride-to-be
has many friends in Ogden, having
been employed as stenographer at the
Amalgamated Sugar companies of
fices for some time.
MUSICALE TO BE GIVEN
The elementary grades of the Og
den Conservatory of Music will give a
musicale in the Congregational
church, Monday. May 15, at S:15-p.
m the program for which follows:
We are the flowers.
Violet and sunflower.
Look a dash of brilliant color.
Rondo Mignon Baumfelder
Crossing the Bridge Frimcl
Dancing Lesson Lichner
The Clock Kullak
Joyous Maytime Lichner
The Mill Jensen
The Song of the Jasmine Farrar
Elfin Dance Grieg
May Morning Locke
Hunter's Hoi n Schmoll
Fuer Elise Beethoven
We Come, Wo Come.
I am the Queen of the Hive.
I'm a Lively Bee
I'm Not a Lively Bee.
In the Pleasant, Pleasant Summer
Soloists for the evening will be
Misses Virginia Neuteboom, Ella
Macain, Frances Browning, Eleanor
Shorten and Dorothy Long. A large
chorus of students from the conserv
atory will participate.
Tho regular meeting of the Chau
tauqua Literary and Scientific Circle
which was postponed on account of
the "Booster's" banquet, will be held
"The Gables," State Industrial school,
Tuesday evening, May 16.
The entire book, "Ways of the Plan
ets" by Martha Evans Martin will be
reviewed. Miss Holberg will be in
charge of the program and refresh
ments will be served.
The members will take the 7:10
car at corner of Twenty-fifth street
PANSY LUNCHEON. j
Mrs. Henry Barker, Junior, was
hostess Thursday afternoon at a beau
tifully appointed pansy luncheon giv
en in honor of her sister, Mrs. Alfred
Rutherglen of Cheyenne, Wyo.
The following old school friends
of Mrs. Rutherglen wore guests:
Mesdames Foulger, Garr, Jones,
Whltaker and the Misses Shaw, Ship
ley, Staley, Powell, McWhinney and
MRS. HrWHITTEN HONORED.
Mrs. H. Wliitton of 555 Chester
street was tendered a surprise party
last Saturday evening, May 6, the day
being her fifty,-sixth birthday. The
evenfng was a most enjoyable one,
Patriarch George W. Larkin, Patri
arch James Taylor and wife and mem
bers of the Noble family and neigh
bors being- the guests present. Games
were enjoyed and short talks were
given by tho guests. Patriarch James
Taylor spoke of the days in England
where he had known Mrs. Whitten
and introduced her as an example
of worthy emulation. lie closed with
best wishes for many more happy
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birthdays for the honored guest. Pa
triarch Larkin gave an Interesting
piDneer talk. Later refreshments
wero served. Mrs". Whitten received
some very pretty and useful birthday i
Ogden's newest jewelry store has
been opened in the new Peery j
Building, Hudson avenue and 24th S
stree?, and while the formal open- $ j
ing has been postponed because of j
delays in receiving some lines of
goods, you are cordially invited to 1
visit this store, inspect our complete
? line of diamonds, jewelry and J ;
watches and other goods as they j
j arrive. I ,
Paul Steelier '
I NEW PERRY BLDG. 352 24TH STREET
SBl NOTICE ,
To Campers in j
, Ogden Canyon j
Special canyon tickets are now on sale at the Og-
den Interurban Terminal. They are sold in book !
form, at prices that provide 20-cent round-trip fares. t-
To secure this low rate purchase Ogden City line
book, 120 coupons for $4.50, and Ogden canyon f
line book, 40 coupons for $2.50. City line coupons t
are good on all Ogden City cars, Ogden Canyon l
line coupons are only good between points, Sani- J
tarium to Wilcox, inclusive. jy
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I Skirts tailored for $3, with my material, $6 and up.- j
Suits tailored from your own material, $10.00. j I
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I TODAY at five o'clock we will open to I i
B the people of Ogden one of the finest I j
j confectionery stores in the entire West. j
I We invite you to call and see our j I
5 new store. The furnishings are the most I
elegant and elaborate that money I
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I latest and most sanitary and upto 1
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