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title: 'The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1913-1920, April 03, 1920, LAST EDITION - 4 P.M., Image 14',
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l SATURDAY, APRIL 3, i 920 ' Stfag CTO fttmttojH ' " QGDErJ UTAHA
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II. OTIS CHET ST
Dr. Otis Carey wag the .principal
speaker at the University club forum
last night when the program was in
charge of Dr. E. P. Mills. Dr. Carey,
who has spent forty-one years as a
professor of English in the Doshisya
university of Japan, spoko on "Japa
nese Aspirations" and in a carefully
phrased speech spoke of the develop
ment of Japanese lifo from the oM
aristocratic regime to the ruodsrn
yearning for democratic control. In
the course of his address Dr. Carey
said that Bolshevism and radicalism
are not likely to get hold of the Japa
nese people because in temperament
and tradition these idcar, aro alien to
the mind of the people but he does ex
pect to sec a mighty development of
the democratic Idea in government
possess the people.
E. M. Charrlngton, intennountain
secretary of the student work of the
Y. IU. C, A. movement, showed how his
organization is attempting to meet the
demands of the world for Christian
Icatletship by work among young men
in colleges and unlvorsilies of this
country and in this connection he
ypoke highly of the work that is being
done by G. M. Wrlsloy at the Utah
Agricul tural college, runds " for which
are now being solicited throughout the
Announcement of Ihc forthcoming
lecture to bo delivered unde.r the aus
pices of the club at the Ogden taber
nacle on Saturday evening, April 10,
Is Sir John Foster, was made.
I Today only "The Girl front
the Golden West" and Sun
shine Girl Comedy. Post
Entertaining. Utzli Theatre.
Many Deer Tim Year
Is Cascade Forest
Deer in the Cascade -forest arc nu
I merous this year. Deputy Game War
! den Lee Lisonbj; of Idaho, has repoilod
I to J ii. bcou oi uie loresi oiikms.
"Liscoby says he "counted 519 drer in;
one draw near Monument creek. Brush '
solves, a cross between a limber wolf;
and a coyote, are imported to have;
led many head of deer this winter, i
Ninety-nine wolves and coyotes have!
n captured in the vicinity this win-!
, the average being ten wolves to'
) coyote. .... '
he waxplant, a native of southern
a, is one of the most beautiful cf
green' house planus.
ic thing, about, a news story of a
' -it never -loses any ofthc shoot-
"THE WOMAN GUUIE"
LAST TIMES TODAY AT
THE OGDER! THEATRE
Thp theme of Elaine Hammorstein'
third Solzuick production, "The Wom
an Game." might be summed up by
the use of the familiar adage, "All's
fair in love and war." Although there
is no trace of marital' conflict in this
beautifully staged screen play, which
closes at the Ogden theatre tonight,
there is a strong element represented
in tho age-old battle of tho sexes.
In this story by Leighton Osmun
and Frank Dazcy, Miss llammcrstcln
is given greater opportunities for char
acterization than she has heretofore
had in any of her other pictures. ;
Beginning Sunday, Jack Pickford1
will be seen in "The Little Shepherd
from Kingdom Come."
E! Monte Commaiideryi
No. 2 Knights Testier j
The Sir ivnighis aic loquesiod to be
jat the Asylum in the ?.ta6onic Teuiplt
j Sunday, April -!th. at ?. o'clock p. m.j
for the purpose of attending services j
jat the Tirst Presbyterian church. The1
Command ry wiil appear in full regalia. j
F. 12N1CIIOLS. Recorder. '
W. R NANTKEn. Commander. I
WDOOMES OF THE !
i ill '
Funeral torvices of Neighbor Wm.
L. Crown ijrill be held in.thc Methodist i
&iurch Sunday, afternoon at 2:00 1
I o'clock. Please attend. j
'II. V GALT, C. C. I
WTI. SITJLLEli, Clerk. I
DeiBasd Bills Rise to I
Highest Poiist of Year
; .rjV VOUIv. April 2. Dealers in j
I exchange reported an active market
i for London remittance today. The rate
rv demand bills rose to $3.97, with
cables at $3.23.
j These are the highest quotations in
j this market since last December and
j fhow a rise of almost 50 pr cent since
I February when demand fell to S3. IS
j French and Italian quotations were
j only nominally better today and re
mittances to oihor continental Euro
' pean centers were light.
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I 54;,jrjfffl -we don t promise to give you an
I extra pair of pants with -your
'MMm DUNDEE suit-in these times of
high Priccs lt;'s the 1,eiht of foly
hI stefMS to expeet any iotiiier to d s
'ff They can't afford it they may
8 '3:fiiltl tcl you extra pants are' given
t Sfifll-fllo f L'ee but don 't forget, you PAY
l V?, or tnera either in more money
yy- for the suit, or in cheap material.
S AVe -will make an extra pair for
Hj p. .Vu 0,1 1 of the same high grade
H IS all--wool fabrics your Dundee suit
is made of, and we'll charge you
.'..- 011ly the actual cost. That's fair,
isn't it? And that's the only -way
. you can be assured that your ex-
Is tra pants are of high iuality.
I I r'VJtv 4.1 There's no "nigger in the wood- K
r I ' V; ;-.: pile" in any of Dundee's transac-
)j . ""x- ".''.'.' ' tions- 8
' Better have an extra pair with 5
' s F"; - A your new spring suit. Individu- !
B 'i ' 'ally tailored in the latest spring j
" &l - styles at $30 up extra pants a !
H I j
I OWEN BENNETT, Mgr. 8
I On Hitdson Tvemie by the Alhambra Theater I
10 LETTER DAY ST
. Ii OGDBI
Today has been a red leiter day in
the history of the city court and for
Judge D. R. Roberts, city judge.
On appearance at court this morn
ing tho judgo was informed that there
were no cases to come for trial and
that the day would be a "dies non" in
the calendar of the court
This is the first day sinco tho flr3t
Saturday of September, 191$, that
there has been no business before the
I Seats for the big New York Wrinter
I Garden spectacle, "The Passing
'Show" at the Orpheum theater, tvo
nights beginning Sunday, April 11.
jv.-ill be placed on sale ?t the box of
i flee, Monday morning. This gorgeous,
j glittering extravaganza, biggest of all
Winter Garden shows, is in fifteen co
lossal scenes with a scoro of lilting
i numbers, and there is au all star cast,
!e:'.ch and every cne of the members be
jiug a whole show in themselves. Head
ing the lint aro-W-SIIio and Eugene
Howard, who have appeared in six
Winter Garden spectacles and who
tere last seen in Ogden as the stars
k't "The Show cf Wonders." This
"Passing Show" broke all records in
Cbicago for length o run and busi
ness, and since then has played return
engagements in Bosion. Philadelphia,
Pittsburg. Cincinnati. Cleveland, Do
jtroit and other large cities to absolute
capacity, telling out at every perform-!
,aisce for the entire wo?k. v
! Tceta.y only "The Girl from
iho Golden Weet" and Sun
chine Girl Comedy. Most
i Entertaining. Utah Theatre.
I - ,
PUT THE LOSERS
NEW YORK Justine Johnson
and her new husband, Walter
Wanger, theatrical managor and
producer, don't care but a lot ot
millionaires felt awfully bad
when Wanger won tho ctago
auty they nad hoped to marry.
I Tabernacle Choir to
I Leave at 8 a. m. Sunday
I The Ogden Tabernacle choir leaves
Ogden tomorrow morning at S in or
dar 10 fulfill their engagement to sing
at the meetings of the conference of
the L. D. S. church In.Salt'Lake.
I When you're sad you're licked and
when you're licked you're sad. Si ill
it's bettor to be sad than be licked.
IpL kas Times Today
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. The Woman
Also Comedy and
1 ODEN THEATRE
SUNDAY JACK PICKFORD IN "LITTLE
SHEPHERD FROM KINGDOM COME"
wWMr "The only - medioine
feTflVW? ' which does women
m0T6 C0C tll3n arm
Again we wish to Impress upon your mind-that style "and
service is the policy of this shop, coupled with maximum
value at moderate prices a policy that has earned for us
the reputation of giving the most for. the service rendered.
Our styles are always up to the minute our assortment
the rnostt diversified. ,'.
This is the policy that has made us popular-and won.' tho
approval of our patrons. . -
2378 Washington Avenue ' .
MAYOR TO SPESK if
At the Jefferson banquet to be held
at tho Hotel Utah on Monday night
one of tho speakers is to be Mayor
Frank Francis or Ogden, who will call
tho attention of tho meeting to the
fact that Jefferson, though born of an
aristocratic line, and imbued with the
aristocratic idea became great through,
realizing the value and worth of the
Cupid Doing Tkirag
Business at Coorthoase
Doll M. Cahoon, Salt Lake and
Mary A. Olsen, Murray, and Lee A.
McFarland, Ogden. and Anna Madsen
of American Fork, were married at
the county courthouse yesterday by
Bishop O. M. Sandorson.
Marriage licenses were issued to
Earl Sailor and Mabel Rose, both
of Boise. Idaho, and Waller W. lid
wards, Portland, Ore., and Gertrude
Birklby of Idaho Falls. Ida.
tsomo people wcJ know are most an
noyed By the money that others haVo saved.
But they, we believe, have-already en
joyed Their savings in pleasures depraved,
IT Hoover gets any votes, it won't
be on tho strength of his war bread.
WPEB HUB II
A "wako" in honor of the passing
of the Ogden Exainluor wa3 held by
members of tho editorial staff and oth
ers at the Potter Cafe last evening.
Tho "wake" was in the form of a well
prepared dinner and was attended by
J. U, Eldrcdgc. Jr., general manager;
W. B. Zuppnnn. editor; O. Q. Millar,
city editor; "Ernie" Spencer, veteran
newspaper man of Ogden; O. G. Gre
gory, reporter; Alfred Gladwell, and
James O'Connor, reporters, and J. 11.
Weisgerber, Associated Press repre
sentative. Wives of several of the
men" attended the event.
The affair marked tho final gather
ing of this group of newspaper men
as members of the same staff. After
the work lias been completed this ev
ening, the men who have been the Ex
aminer staff will depart for other
Reminiscences relating to . past
scoops, typographical "boners" that
got by, and other interesting happen
ings that make newspaper office his
tory were discussed at the dinner.
The Intest fashion edict slates that
.hc headpiece should match the foot
gear. The crown prince ex is wear
ing wooden shoes and ho's a sticker
for style, we understand.
Von Bernstorff says that he isn't
afraid to stand trial iu France. But
he spent most of his time, during the
war, in America
to eE win : I
' Ii SIXTY DAYS i I I
Construction on the new $12,000 J 'M
plant of the American Union Paint Co. I, H
said J. Ray Ward, one of the d!rec-V- $ ifll
tors of the corporation this morning. iH
"Machinery and equipment for tho en- ' fllll
tire plant which is to use the patents T, PH
of J. M. Jones, president of the com- x ItH
pany. will be In Ogden next week, and i I ' '" IQ
within sixty days tho concern will be yfj
. supplying paint to the trade.
"Orders for about 25 carload lot: f BH
of the company products have already n tt
been received and the prospect of cs- V I1
tablishing a flourishing business in Og- k
den is bright" H ,-4
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Sagar Company Must I Jjk
Pay WM Damages j jj
The Amalgamated Sugar company 'W
and the Continental Casualty com M ikl
pany must pay Annie C. Peterson for B jH
herself and as guardian for her minor pj
children $4500 as compensation for the iiH
death of her husband, due to injuries r( 'H
while in the employ of the sugar com w
pany. The supreme court so decided lH
yesterday, in an opinion written bj 1
Chief Justice E. E. Corfman. 'M
A woman won't go out tc tea H IH
Because she's nothing to wear. So
But why, it's hard for us to sec, 9H BJJ
For sho's nothing on when she's there i jfll
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Beautifully If fiMffil 1 B
, marked, regis- 0 M
! tercd Russian (iSiM
Fine compan- 1 ' M
ladies. These MPaWWPW
breeding0 and tfcMl M
will sell quick. fB
Call at 541 Washington Avenue and see them or address P. O. Box 483, Ogden, Utah. All fl
are full grown dogs and extended pedigrees will be furnished free to purchasers. Act quick. "
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Announces t H
FROM THE FAMOUS BOOK iTT L E N O R E J C 0FF E E
rPjT is seldom that the Manage-
lt ment of this theatre steps fK
; t3 from its usual sphere to make mt
an announcement regarding the
a presentation of any picture, but in ! Rr
Jfti2r announcing the engagement of '
- " CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in ;: f-'
s?!t 'M. ber big new production, "THE mm
f1 FORBIDDEN VOMAN, " we feel
irC II frk V iuste m doing the unusual. )
V Here is, we believe, the highest 4 j' Hj
I lK form of idealized moving picture 1
I 1 1 a vk IK entertainment. ... a feast for the
nXxMris u WW ee regal settings and pro-
1 h)Wl,L duction details .... a beautiful
in I pBJI t ove story two continents ... JW
I AvM-MM i brilliantly enacted by CLARA ,t vmm
k mT KVW KIMBALL YOUNG and superb
A J HV cast, which includes such noted j
1 1 uIIl few. k vvl players as Conway Tearle, Kathryn
liZjm -PkrSm Adams, Winter Hall, and others. Hf
OP 7i5Ssrar fWuv Also, you will see beloved 1 Mm
M$0$r IvX littleMasterStantonWUliams,
Rff whose acting in uEyes of l 1 H
w&AV JMA. Youth," with Clara Kimball
III S v! Young, charmed milHons.
I TT We invite your attendance H
WI witoess one of the mdit sump- j ;f B
tuous pictures in many years. j
And Sunshine Girl Comedy -Starting Sunday .