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t I Members of Utah State School
f I Present Program at
I Plain City
IS I A concert given by the Handel Clio-
i I rus of the Utah school for tho blind
tit- I ' under the direction of Miss Ivine
Mr I ' Shields was accorded enthusiastic np-
II I ! plause at the Plain Cily amusement
IP- I ' hall Friday evening.
IB The program follows:
IE ! PART I.
I An Operetta
V I Florinda, or The Rose and P.earl
I I Libretto by R. E. Phillips.
IF Music by E. Marzo.
fflk Florinda, a little village maiden...
n Forlunia, queen of the fairies
fi 1 j Katherino Anderson
I' I ' t Vala, queen of the witches
1 m 1 1 Lav or no Jeffs
Daj1 Yoringal, brother of Florinda
JS Randal Christiansen
Watches Maud Wheeler, Ruby
"Wheeler, Lois Anderson.
' Brownies Dowoll Wheeler, Iliff
Jeffry, Elmer Chapman, Hubert Coch
ran, Cecil Anderson.
r. i Fairies Ruby Nelson, Rosina Liev-
ors, Hannah Elmer, Mary Elmer, Ma-
W p bel Anderson.
WH The idea of the operetta was sug-
(V gestcd by one of Grimm's fairy tales
i "ailed "Florinda and Yoringal." Al-
j though the title has been slightly
CiM changed, the names of the two princi-
it j)al characters as well as the essential
points of the story have been retained.
f-9 It is still the story of a little girl
1 changed to a nightingale by tho magic
.power of a witch, and finally rescued
i j by the magic flower called the Rose
! and Pearl.
' PART II.
Gipsy Life Schumann
! Eventide Abt
Maytims (arranged from the "Mi-
r kado") Sullaivn
I Song of the Sea (arranged from
i j tho comic opera "Ermlnic") .. .
5 Three Fishers Hullah
: Valentino's Faiewell (arranged
from Grand Opera "Faust") . . .
I III Song of tho Vikings Faning
The Americans Come.. Fay Foster
. Ogden Now Has Three Ma-"
I 'sons Orders With Member
ship Over 600
With delegations from Salt Lake, I
Brlgham, Corlnne and Logan present,
the George Washington, U. D., was ,
Instituted at "the Masonic temple last'
evening. Preceding the event was
a. banquet served by the women of
Queen Esther chapter, O. E. S., at
j which covers were hold for 350 per-;
eons. Weber and Unity lodges being
the hosts. Exercises following the
ceremonies of Institution Included, ad
dresses by Past Grand Masters A. R.
Heywood, A. C. Wherry and S. H.
Goodwin, and Dep. Grand Master Jno.
Edward Carver. The ceremonies were
In charge of the grandmaster of Ma
i sons in Utah, J. L. Cattron and grand
Officers of the new lodge are: Dr.
j F. C. Osgood, W. M.; W. T. Mars, S.
W.: J. W. Elllngson, J. W.; W. C.
j BIhford, treasurer; W. B. Mowbray,
j secretary; Godfroy Matthews, chap
lain; W. J. Allison, senior deacon; C.
F. Korstlan, junior deacon; Warren
, Arthur, senior steward; W. H. Gorm
)l ley, Junior steward; G. H. Bartlett,
f The advent of the now lodge gives
i to Ogden three flourishing Masonic
lodges with a membership of more
! than 600. In addition to tho three
6ymbolIc lodges, there is. a chapter of
Royal Arch Masons and ,a command
Dry of Knights Templar, all of which
' meet In the Masonic temple, which
( Is owned by the several bodies,
I will not bo responsible for any
debts contracted by anyone but my-
I 2067 JOS. H. GALE.
t Jk IRENE CASTLE IN "THE AMATEUR WIFE"; THE CARTOON CIRCUS - 'JBS Jm I
PATTHE'S WEEKLY j j I
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Tax c WANT
ICOMING JAMES OLIVER CUR WOOD'S mammoth production
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY THE GREATEST PICTURE OF THE DAY IN SEVEN THRILLING REELS
1 A ferocious outlaw do- that had torn and bitten a score of men had been brutally beaten and injured to subdue his viciousness. The animal was chained tn a tro n Po,- -aA on K
tSSSA dose to . savage beast and to te ho.o.or U V was an '
j ' , 'THE COURAGE OF MARGE OWOftP - ' "
- AND A TWO-REEL SCREAM, "BREAKING BUBBLES" - S
I Hi ! iHtMnlll M WPIIIPIMMiMM ii.il'! ll-rWTTF.m Wtlj
SIX HUNDRED DELEGATES EXPECTED
MERE ON MONDAY TO ATTEND STATE
CONVENTION OF AMERICAN LEGION
Inrush' o more than GOO delegates
and members of tho American Legion
vho will attend tho second annual con
vention will begin tomorrow, with the
entire representation from all .parts 'of
the state present Monday morning to
participate in the Memorial Day ex
ercises, according to J. Ray Ward,
convention chairman. The first ses
sion of the convention will open Mon
day afternoon nt 2 o'clock in the as
sembly hall of the Ogden high school.
One of the features of this year's
convention will bo the holding of ex
ercises Monday morning on the city
hall lawn in which the legion mem
bers, the G. A. R. veterans, Spanish
American war veterans and tho Boy'
Scouts will participate. A huge bier
of flowers will be constructed on tho
lawn, later to bo taken apart and tho
flowers placed on tho graves of men
who made the supreme sacrifice dur
ing the three wars. I
Headquarters for the convention will
be installed in tho University club,
where the visitors will register upon
arriving in the city. Immediately fol
lowing they will be assigned to hotels
and private homes by members of the
local billeting committee vho have ar
ranged the accommodations.
Merchants of the city have offered
to decorate their storefronts and in
stall window displays In honor of the
m m i i in i mi ii i l i i ii'Ji
I ONE HUNDRED
1 Who Wish to Appear in the B
H t 1 ( A UTAH HOT SPRINGS 9
H t H " V SA BATHING SCENARIO S
S "Nj" to Be Filmed at That Popular B
I "I lOS? MONDAY, MAY 31, at3P.M. I
I Pcture "will be shown at the Alhambra
H Theatre later. H
visit of the former service men and
the decoration activities will begin
this afternoon. A survey of the city
has been made in regard to decoration
and every Ogden store has been visit
ed by a committee headed by Norman
15 From Salt Lake.
Fifteen members of the Salt Lake
posts will attend the convention ses
sions, according to word received here
this morning. The Salt Lake members
wlil arrive today and will spend tomor
row in sight-seeing trips in the city
and in Ogden canyon.
The opening meeting of the conven
tion will be at 2 p. m. Monday. The
program will be as folloVs: Singing,
"Star-Spangled Banner"; invocation;
reading of convention call; appoint
ment of committees on credentials;
permanent organization and order of
business; address of welcomo by
Mayor Frank Francis of Ogden; ad
i dress of welcome, Gov. Simon Bamber
ger; short address, Adjutant Bow
man, G. A. R,; short address, -Commander
short address, E. J. Harris, United
Confederate war veteran; reading of
minutes of last annual convention; re
port of state commander; report of
j state adjutant; report of committee
on credentials and permanent organi
zation; report of state treasurer; re
;port of state war risk insurance offi
cer; report of state employment offi
cer; appointment of committees.
Tho various committees- appointed
to deal with the subject before the
convention will meet in the evening;
and remain together such time as is
necessary to perform their work so
that most, If not all of them, will be
ready to report back to tho convention
I The second meeting of the conven
tion will be Tuesday, Juno 1, at 10 a.
'm. Report of committees. It is be
lieved that this will consume tho en
tire time of Tuesday morning.
At the third session, Tuesday at
2 p. m., there will be the report of
committee unfinished business, new
business and election of officers. If
all of the business of the convention
Is not completed on Tuesday after
noon, a night session will be held.
TO SPANISH WAR VETERANS
You are requested to assemble at
tho City Hall at 9:30 a. m. Monday,
May 31st, to participate in memorial
ceremonies which will be held at City
cemetery. " i
HARRY A. YOUNG, CAMP NO. 2,
RICHARD A. NORRIS, Coradr.l
The price of steel has increased 250 j
per cent in tho last six years. 1
Blind Chorus to Sing
at First Presbyterian
Tho 1-In.ndol chorus of tho State
school for the blind, will sivc tho
second part of the musicale Sunday
night In First Presbyterian church
when tho scholars of tho department
for the blind rendered Mnrzo's oper
etta, "Florinda." The Handel chorus
numbers usually are only attempted
by trained singers, who can watch
their director for attacks and modu
lations. Miss Ivlno Shields, who has
had solo charge of tho training- for.
this work, leads them only by the
piano and through careful daily prac
tice tho artistic rendition is accom
plished. The blind children lovo to
sing and the music period is for
them a delight and their work xe
veals how much tho musical depart
ment of the school has been to them.
Tho fact that many of those taking
part In tho operetta arc totally blind,
has mado the practices and instruc
tion one of constant repetition for
tho positions on tho platform must be
romombered accurately. The scholars
tpday are practicing In tho Presbyte
rian church and learning tho positions
on tho rostrum so thoy will give tho
cantata tomorrow night without a
Lagoon opens Saturday,
May 29. Afternoon train ser
vice on the Bamberger Elec
tric line, every hour on the
Ford Coupe 1919.
Dodge Brothers Roadster.
Ford Delivery Truck.
Buick E-45 Touring- Car.
Buick C-25 Four Cylinder.
Buick C-37 Touring Car.
Dodge Brothers 1919 Touring.
Chevrolet ' ' Four-Ninety ' '
.Buick 1918 Sedan.
Dodge Brothers Sedan
All late models put in such
condition that make them
a better investment than a
new car at the same price.
2666 Washington Phone 325
Scabies Found Among 1
Sheep at Snowviile.
Scabies have boon found among
sheep at Snowviile and the Curlew
"sinks," and tho disease prevails
with considerable frequency in these
sections, according to Thomas Red
mond, secretary of the state livestock
board who has just completed a tour
of inspection of Box Elder county.
The scab was found mainly among:
pet lambs, hand-fed nurslings that
had been dropped out of herds that
passed through on the trail, Mr. Red
mond said. The condition indicates
a scabby condition among sheep re
turning to summer ranges inIdaho.
Mr. Redmond found that the Spey
cjs herd at Monument mountain was
infested with scabies, and a dipping
vat is being constructed there to take
care of the situation. In some in
stances the dip will have to bo ap
plied by hand methods. Precaution
ary measures have been ordered.
Mr. Redmond reports that he never
saw tho grain in better condition
than it is in the Curlow and Hansel
valleys this year. Ho found haying
and thinning of beets in progress
around Ogden. Sheep are in good
condition. Successful range lambing
was reported, though those that had
earlier lambing, in sheds, met with
some unfortunato weather.
Efts Siffiimer Dance
A Lurin Farr Success
With a largo throng of Elks and
their partners in attendance, the danc
! lng party given at Lorin Farr park
last evening by Ogden lodge, No. 710,
B. P. O. Elks, was declared a decided
Last night's event was the opening
party of what is expected to be a
series of siimmor. feature planned by
tho lodgo entertainment committee.
Wcckcr's orchestra furnished tho
No Evg Service
Owing to the absence of Rev, God
froy Matthews from the city, there
will be no Sunday evening service at
tho "First Congregational church.
Tho pulpit will bo occupied at 11
a. m. by Dr. William J Mlnchin of
Dr. Minchin is the superintendent
of the work of tho Congregational
churches in Colorado, Wyoming and
Utah. He Is one of the best speakers
i tho church and will 'have an ad
dress well worth hearing.
i Training School for
f Red Cross Workers
Information from the home service
bureau of tho Red Cross In this city
Is that the training course for social'
1 service will be held at Denver, Colo.,
Organizations of Three Wars
Will Attend Services at
Members of the G. A. R., ita wo
men auxiliaries, Spanish War Veter
ians, American Legion and Service Star
Legion will attend memorial services
in the First Presbyterian church to
morrow. Concerning the services, Rev. John
Edward Carver said this morning:
"The memorial sorvlccs tomorrow
will commence an era of t,ho men
and women of three wars united to
do honor to those who in anv strug-'
honor. The members of tho Ameri
can Legion have by official action
taken their stand as upholders of all
the traditions and observances that
have mado Memorial Day to be one
of the most universally loved of
"Tho observance of tho Sunday pre
ceding thy 30th of May and when
that day falls on Sunday tho special
hallowing of tho two days in ono has
become ono of the fixed parts of
Memorial celebrations. Tomorrow the
patriotic orders of the.city and county
will attend the morning services in
First Presbyterian church at 11
o'clock. In this the members of tho
Grand Army of the Republic, the
Spanish War Veterans and American
Legion, and tho various patriotic or
ders of womanhood will join."
Members of the Service S'tar Legion
win attend in a body.
from Juno 28 to September . Dr.
Edward T. Dovino of New York will
be tho special lecturer of the course.
The course is being given under tho
auspices of tho Mountain division of
tho Red Cross for tho purpose of
educating those who desire study in
social work and to advance students'
of social work to a degrco of higher
Cars Operated in Webei
County Amount to 4200,
A large increase of automobiles i't
Wober county is shown in 1920 ovei
the 1013 figures, according to records
compiled today by OSven M. Sander,
son, county assessor. The approxim
ate number of cars being operated ai
present in tho county is 4200, while
during 1919, there were approximate
ly 3500, Mr. Sanderson said.
Taxes on motor cars operated by
persons who do not own real estate r"
are now being collected and more
man seveniy-iive per cent of this
number have already sent in their '
amounts. An intense campaign is be
ing Inaugurated by Mr. Sanderson tc ;
socure payment from the balance. i
. Mr. Sanderson explained that the
new law calls for the payment of au
tomobile taxes at the time of appraise
ment, which is any time after the
first of tho year. This, however, only ,
applies to persons who do not hold !
real estate, for tho automobile tax '
of real estate owners is included in
the regular lax list in November.
The approximate total of 4200 cars 1
owned in Weber county means that F
thero Is one car owned hero to every n
ton persons, Mr. Sanderson said. This I
is an unusual record and shows a A
'great gain over last year.
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to try Foley's Honey and Tar. One I
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