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Wi M 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD; QGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, APRIL 3. 1920 H
I I 1 he Standard-Examiner
V 5 PUBLISHING COMPANY
'fT 1 '.Entered at Second Ctass Matter at th
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il . EASTER MUSIC.
Upon examination of tho music ro-
ffrsms prepared in connection with
1 . t'io Easier day services fn tho
J" churches, It is difficult to concolvo
Uml there wore period In tho history
of some churches when music, as wo
now understand It. was forbidden In
$omc of the greatest works of the
greatest mantors have a religious motif
, Jiud many of thnnn grcnt works will
lio sunR or played In Oprden churches
tomorrow. All lovers of Rood music
have a golden opportunity :o hear flno
music by attending Easier day scrv-
iONE WAY TO SELL STAMPS.
' Whenever a baby boy or a baby girl
H born In San Francisco, the govern
ment sends to the happy father a lot-
J! ter In which heind his wife are con-
) granulated. The Introductory para-
' graph of this letter reads:
s "The government of the United
States is vitally Interested In Ihc fnci
1 Mini you and your wife have been
ft lilassod with' the advent of a child. I
IS 'HJila government is Iho scciety of!
I American people, and ft Is fitting that
f itirsliould be interested in lis new:
? plumbers." )
f!i T SfFhen Ihe letter goes on to point out !
tc Ihe father his new responsibilities
j j n&ihe moulder of an American citizen.
sifcsslng the importance of education
j " rfnd the systematic weekly purchase
i ejlMvar savings stamp?. !
' ' ftOnc war savings stamp a week will !
I . amount to $l,170.oG In flvo years. j
I ;-'Mnny parents liavo enthusiastically
I. ailbptrxl the idea and banks and post-1
Iji offices have been -asked to co-operate '
f Closely in keeping Interest stimulated:
If ioVlho proposition. i
fifif THE TABERNA0LE CHOIR.
K 5Vhen Mayor Francis attended the
Thursday evening rehearsal of the Og-
IB jl den Tabernacle choir he observed that i
ij , cveiy scat in tho choir loft was filled i
wjpl ilQspitc the terrible state of tho
In weather that evening. He commented j
H , Upon this fact In the short talk he j
In g'aVc at the conclusion of ths rehear- j
19 ;Thc spirit displayed by Iho choir)
II injcmbers as manifested by iheir nt-
1 1 I tendance on a blustery night is what
I.J; bas helped greatly to make the choir!
Ifjl. the splcndjd organization it is. Direc-
fll (or Ballantyne always has an organiza-
Jlf tlou that is ready for service like the
II mJnuto man of revolutionary times.
II I Whonever tho choir is called upon it
'e la- responds in a manner that is a credit
I R- 16 Ogden.
fa .The choir has accepted the inviia-
n la I ' tion to sing in Salt Lake in connection
jjfl 1 vi.lh the general conference and tho
II Impression it will make in the vast
Ejf Xn.i Lake tabernacle will be most fa
vorable. JB I , Someday we hope in tho near fu-
" k i I i 1 turc c snould liko t0 soe tn0' Ogdcn
I tabernacle choir the principal feature
?l I in connection with a program gotten
'i W ' up for tho dedication of a large and
. 1 I 4- beautiful new Ogden tabernacle.
' I WOMEN BVUETWHEEE I
W D r desasdinc this better H
i -'Illu ( H flour. Perhaps you, toe.
t ill'll i Q tT 'v for a flour
1 it I vlth ths wheat's natirs
' Jn I V nrtnesi the uniform end V
3 mm U 7 Jpwjdbl floor t floor
Ifl il i BOt "klUd" D th miu i
i MR I 1 fftfoH A PliOTJR IS 1
' Wi ill TZAVO and, 70a en dot
f m i ct It t htrat. W art
! jl 'j 1 th nalcer of FLo for
5 M 1 I tU eomauflitjr, Go to your
jm c tfer or tek us and wo
Win I nU ttt that 70a are tup-
1 C I BW' ambrioam (mho- I
m I I BT) MASVEIi mltl Is the
H Si mctrrn scientific mill for
1 'k repertor floorraaklnr It A
jl Issparts to FLaro an In-
H :Jf oeBparabl flaror so not- I
Iff fO lifee. so appetltlns; and so
Iff m a dtUfhtfolly plaailar to the H
ill !jt B paltt to place it berond El
Mm 'm the reeeh of eomparlaon. m
Bl in S 1 T77 it once and thareaft-er
Bfs $ M vrhen too think of flour pi
, IK - 3 TOU vlll think of FLaro. U
lfjtf J Order our sack today and II
& R r' I niy 1 treat.
j GETTING BUSY UNDER "WHO. BUT HOOVER" SLOGAN
' NT3W YORK Above picture shows the? Hferbrl Hoover headquartors in tho Vanderbik Hotel,
j fhere work Is uneVr way in the intorest of Hoover for president.
POWER OF ADVERTISING.
! The campaign to "Save Money on j
Ulcat" hns called attention in a strik
! ing way to the power of advertising.
AH the campaign can do and hopes to
do is advertise the cheaper cuts of
beef. Many of these culs are as sal
I isfactory as the cuts which arc more
! expensive, but the cheaper culs hav
j not been advertised and the people
'know little about them. Not knowing
'about theae part of the steer carcass,
they do not ask for them when they
I visit the market.
! Porterhouse f-tcak is an example ol
I the cut which is given extensive ad
Uertising on the menu cards in hotels, j
! tho bills of faro in front of restaurants i
j and in tho markets also. Consequent
ly there is great demand for porter
' house and little demand for chuck
j steak. Hecausc of Us reputation as
,hc choicest cut, the people ask for
f porterhouse steak, whereas if they
j would Iry a chuck steak the chances
; jire It would prove satisfactory and it
1 will cost much less. The large demand j
for porterhouse coupled with the fact
that this cut forms only a very small I
per oent of the carcass causes it 'to
sell at a h.'ghcr price than any othci
The Department of Agriculture says j
Uml popular support of the depart-:
ment's campaign to save more cn meat
by utilizalion of the less costly por-j
lions is hastening distribution and 1
minimizing waste and shrinkage. A j
wide public response will make it pos-(
wiblo for all purls of the meat animal j
to f'nd a market and this nhould have j
ji tendency to save money to consum-
1 u! .1 . r
(ITS a nil msu urin uuwu mw jjiiv-; ui
Both the consumer and the livestock
producer will receive benefit. It is im
possible for a stockman to raise a
sieer consisting only of prime roast
lbt?ef and porterhouse steaks. At prcs
i tnt the avoidable wastage and shrink
I r.ge suffered on neglected cuts adds to
j tho price of the 'cut which the public
! ly buying.
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The Park Ave. News.
Weather. Invisible sunsets on ac
count of rain. (
Spoarts. Sam Cross has a blaek
and yello baby turtle named Sam, Jr.,
after himself, but he donl think he
will be allowed to keep it it' his father
finds it in his slipper raeny more
Exter Spoarts. Sid Hunl slid Puds
Simkins for the ice sliding champeen
ship Satldday aftirnoon and lost by 2
foot and 7 inches according to Denny
Potts, tho official umpire with a tape
measure donated for the occasion
fruni his mother's sewing baskit in her
Pome by Skinny Marlin.
A MATTER OF TAIST.
I went fishing in our bath tub
For sharks with dotted tales,
To there was nuthing there to fish for
So could jest as well fished for
F(earse Axsidcnt! Lcroy Shoostcr
was wawking down stairs backwerds
'C3t for a change last Wensday aftii
"uoon wen' suddlnly all of a suddln he
lost his ballcnls and fell down the last
8 hod over heels, and if his tung had
ent of bin out nuthing would of hap
pened, but it was and he bit it.
Have you lost ony thing lately? Wy
not have it looked for by expert look
ers for 10 sents a hour? The Ed Wer
nick and Lew Davis Hunting Agency.
' PITHY PUB
Telephone companies are doing their
best (or worsl) to convince us th?i
we are wrong when wo say talk is
But that doesn't answer the ques
tion as to whether an autotoxicant r.
a joyrido or not.
A man with a double chin to shay
can afford to bocome bald.
Now wc arc told that the bonedry
law has .produced only a state of boot
Tho Fiddlers Three arc now com
plete Noro, Wilhclm and John Pub
lic. Our idea of nothing at all someone
objecting 10 General.. Ludendorff's
threat to kill himself before he will
face an allied tribunal.
Wisdom is not juat what you know,
Or how much you've storod in your
But to have lived a, life you're proud
And to bo able to do it again.
1 1 1 j 1
j Utah News
I j Gar lan d Society
(Special to The Standard)
Mr." and Mrs. George Colo entertain
ed at a card parry t-n St. Patrick's
day. A luncheon was served to the ln
; vued guests. Music nnd games were
the day.'s pastime.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Provo weroj
last week's guests at the home of Mrs.
Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mc-i
Mrs. Eph Coombs Jias as her guests!
Mrs. Saralv Boycc of Salt Lake. j
1 Mr. and Mrs. II. V.' Daniels werej
I host ,.nd hostess to a number of their j
I friends and neighbors last Thursday.
IThosq prestiu were Mrs, L. V. Cun
ningham. Mrs. W. F. Porsson, Mrs.
Lph Coombs, Mrs. P, C. I ettcrsen,
Mi-s. J. W. chambers, Mrs. C. D. May
field, Mrs. J. W. ClK-.ainors. Mrs. C.
Bowen, Airs. S. C. Snyder, Mrs. Frank
Dr.ggs, Mrs. Day is. Mrs'. Abramson.
Refreshments were served.
The Misses Pearl Lilly while, Flo
Petersen, Julia Manning and Mabel
Jen. en sptni Saturday and Sundny
with iheir parents liyi'e and returned!
to lirighani Ciiy Monday to take up
their studies at (he lugn school.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards an-!
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter, Zula, to G. N. Morgan, the mar-1
riage to be performed at the Salt Lake
temple March 'il.
Mrs. J. J. Shumway has returned
from a few days' visit to Salt Lake.
Dr. and -Mrs. Waste returned from a
few days' visit t,- Salt Lake.
Mrs. C. Oliver or Oak Ridge. N. C;,
is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Cunningham.
! Miss Verna P'-'Ms has gone to Pay
sen to visi; J f . n:s, Mr. amf M.vs.
Daniels. - r
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Iiuish returned1'
home Inst week from spending several
j months in the cast.
President John F. Burton returned
last week from Washington, D. C.J
j where he spent three weeks in the in-
lerest of the Farmers' Bureau. Mr.
1 Burton is .president of the farm bureau
J of B,o'elder county.
! Mrs. Buttprs of Dayton, Idaho, re
turned to her home,, last week alter a
pleasant visit with h'er sister, Mrs. J.
J. Thompson and other relatives. j
Mr. and Mrs. Ursel Anderson ol
Bothwell spent Sunday afternoon vi.- I
iting with Mrs. E. C. Schneider.
I The B. Y. college students of Logan j
!gave a concert at the Garland labor-'
'nacle Monday evening under the lead-
orship of Professor Henry Oltc. j
O. E. Wilson of Ogden spent a few
(days Lore last week transacting busi-l
j Mrs. M. D. Evans was visiting in'
1 Salt Lake this week.
' Mrs. A. F. Grovcr entertained on!
Thursday of last week in honor of herj
daughter Barbara's birthday. A num-i
ber ol her playmates were entertained J
in the afternoon. Games and music!
jWeic enjoyed by all and delicious re-'
(freshments were served. 1
Mr. and Mrs. George Hemic entui-
taiued the ladles of the Self Culture,
club Friday of last weckf the club'
annual day. The ladies cntertwlned
I their husbands and sweethearts and!
many invited guests were present. The
spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. George,
'Henrie was beautifully decorated in!
I Easter style. Over 100 people enjoyed;
I the evening. Refreshments were
1 served. j
j Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Shaw entertained
jat dinner Monday evening in honor of
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nlhart, who Willi
leave soon for Idaho to make their
Mrs. David E. Manning has returned
from a trip to Syracuse where she vis-,
'ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V.
Stcede. Mrs, Steedc and Mrs. Man-1
ning are sisters.
Mrs. Parker of Hoo.pcr is the sueet
of her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Vanflcet'
Mr. and Mrs. 5anford Bingham no
as their guests their daughter, Mrs.
Joseph Law, and haby.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rogors ontai'
lalnod at dinner on Sunday in honor
of a few of iheir friends. Covers wore
laid for fourteen.
A surprise party was given for Miss
Marjorie Nihart by a host of her
schoolmates Tuesday evening at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Q. R." Cole.l
Miss Marjorle will leave with her par-'
t-riii 4". vtri iTSL'i(PWMBPPft
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nihart, to re
side in Idaho.
Mr. McMillan of Salt Lake is visit
ing here with his daughter, Mrs.
r'rank Peck and family.
R. L. Bush spent part of last "week
,i Salt Lake.
Mrs. Mary Howell has returned
home after spending part of the win
ter a 1 Yost, Utah, where she visited'
her daughter, Mrs. Ed Montgomery,
and other relatives and friends. 1
I TREMONTON ji !
(Special to The Standard)
Attorney Alva D. McGuirc gave a
luncheon at the Midland hotel last
, week in honor- of the members of the
jBar association. The following attor
' ncys were present: LeRoy B. Young,
IB. C. Call, C. Foxley. W. J. Lowe, all
I of Brigham City, and Alva D. Mc
Guire and E. T. Young of Tremonton.
I After the lunch a business meeting
was conducted. (
I Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Scott have had
las their guest Mrs. T. Freed of Ogden.
N. E. Ivorscn has returned from a
visit to Salt Lake.
Miss A. Brenkmann has gone to Og
den to make her home.
Mrs. J. Morris returned to Tremon-'
ton last week from Denver where she
has spent the winter visiting rela-j
The Relief society of the Bothwell
ward entertained at a social given in
honor of the 78th anniversary of their I
organization. A program was given j
and refreshments were served, j
The ladies' Baptist missionary, Miss
! 1 ma mi'.ooi-i, JKID ,UUJ iu 01111 jjuivl; iu
take up her missionary work there.
Mr. and Mrs. Nells Anderson and
son Calvin all of Bothwell left Tremon
ton Monday morning for Salt Lake.
Calvin will leave Salt Lake 'Wednes-
Tomorrow and Monday
8: 15'-P. M.
120 Song Hits n
3R0IPWAYS W J
Sec "The Famous Vamp Chorus of
PRICES: 50c to S2.00.
SEAT SALE NOW ON
day evening to perform a mission for
the L. D. S. church.
Mrs. It. L. Frost has returned from
u visit to Brigham City.
Mrs. E, M. Wyatt of Denver M vi
jtlng In Tromonton for a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Thoiupuon of Malnd.
Idaho, havo returned lo their home af
ter spending part of the week here,
tho guosta of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Scott.
Roy Hays, who has been attending
school at Salt Lako, has returned
Mr. and Mrs. C. HJU- of DowoyviUo
were visiting here Saturday ,an(l at
tending to business. 1
J. Andrews of Malad, Idaho, is here
this ifreck looking after buslneas mat
ters and visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Woodward of Cor-
inno visited with relatives and friends
here last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winchester
have as their guest Mr. Winchester's
mother, Mrs. Winchester, of Black
Mr. and Mrs. Alma Farnsworth have
returned from a visit to Brigham City.
Miss Jc.ppcson of Brigham City Is
hero assisting her sister in her milli
Mrs. A. Slattcr of Bothwell visited
here with friends Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fishburn hao
returned from a visit to Brigham.
The ladles of the Maccabees gave a
silver teat Monday of last week. Be
sides the members there were quite a
number of invited guests present. A
1 prognun was rendered and games were
"It'd be easy to show a better front,"
Said Ihc man, whose "front was lack
"If I didn't have to take into account
The worthlessncss of my backing."
Men wilh soft snaps don't realise
what n hard world this is.
A fast young man is seldom able to
keep up wilh his running expenses.
COMING APRIL 11 AND 12
Two Nights Only Sunday and Monday
Owing to the avalanche of mall orders
which Is absolutely unprecedented
tickets ready woek In advance.
SEAT SALE OPENS MONDAY
The N. Y. Winter Garden's
"The Passing Show"
With Willie and Eugene Howard
PRICES 51 to S3
No Phone Orders No Scats Laid
When it comes right down to the
anatomy, ailment, and euro-alls of a
motor, there Is a whole lot of dlfrer
once between thinking that you know
about them and knowing what you
The craze to. buy stock in nowly-or-sanized
tire and motor vehicle com
panies makes the statement that
there's ojie born over' minute appear
as an amazing underestimate.
BET YOU NEVER THOUGHT
How often during the winter,' when
It bocamo necessary to . prime your
motor 10 secure a start, havo you curs
ed your luck when you found yourself
without a container of some sort for
the priming fluid? Next time that
happens just take one of your tire- fffffffH
valve caps, tie a siring around it and f fffffffH
lower this Improvised dipper into the I ffffffi
fuel tank; it will bring up gasoline M !
sufficient to prime the cngne. Simple, I ffff
If you happen to be of tho tribe who H
don't even trouble with tire-valve caps v
you may still so euro the much-needed '''!
priming gasoline hy tiolng a rag, piece !
of cotton waste, or handkerchief to a t !
place of string. Let down into the !
gasoline tank the cloth or cotton wastft !
will soak up fuel which can be squeez- !
ed Into the priming cups or plug op- MH
enings. Where there Is a will there t8H
is a -!
"Doctor. I've just received your bill fl
for the operation you performed on
mc. Would you cut anything off for
my dear sir, anything an arm t
or . g. or what else you may wiah J !
removed." Detroit Free Press. 'f 'r
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A bluff Is all right as long as you !ffff
can fool people with it. ' '--M
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I THE STRENGTH OF THIS BANK ! !
p When you have money to deposit at in- i 4f
r terest, you naturally want to know some- 1 fcl
B thing definite about the institution where li
c you deposit. !H
d In inviting your Savings, we call your J H
' attention to the following characteristics i i
E of this bank: f j
" 1.' Capital and Surplus $300,000. 1m
s 2. Thirty-one years of success. 1 ,1
e 3. Strict supervision by the Stats I ;
J Banking Department. j j
4. Conservative and progressive. man- t w
agement, n 'M Lm
Ogdkn State Bank j I I
e Capital and Surplus 300,000.00 i 'ff
s yJO INTEREST COMPOUNDED f O i ! ffj
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FUME DAMPER FOR GAS 1 J WM lll 'V&gSSF I !
CHECK DAMPER FOR COAL j j MK A' 1 ssssl
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POKER DOOR jl Se j A u'rE T?ME RANGE. '
SELF STARTER FOR jfceHiiL. f (fc) ' A5lrlPlE TW15T CrlflNGLs l'
COAL NO KINDLING l W&MWml I il SKS5 V OVEN COAL TO GAS. I '!
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' ySf BURNS COAL. WOOD OR IM :
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SETS IN 40 INCH SPACE mtm
Home Fiirniftire Company I
23rd Street and Washington Avenue
The . celcbrntcd "Come Alou Mary" vampire chorus . with liurvey-JD. Orr's newest uVn!""l comedy success. "Come Along 3rary' al MM
the Orphcum theater Sunday and Monday, April 4-5. Seats now. ;H
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