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l SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1920. SUtP JUtttttlfr tit jlCXUlltf tt 1 OGDEN, UTAH, A
I Coats, Coats ' I
I Coats ci;
Cloth coats with fur, plush and y
cloth collars, in brown, navy, tan. R
dark green, light blue; all sizes j
Coats that sold throughout the I
season at much higher prices. I l
Special I '
I $ 1 7.95
I T Dresses,
I W Dresses,
A Serge, silk, tricotine, trimmed wi Ih I
Tnluir beads, wool embroidery and pretty tail-
WEitiMSB ored eflects of braid. Dresses that sold
I1' throughout the season were much high-
er priced. Special
FOR BJ . CLUB
Business and Professional
Men of Ocjdeiv to Discuss
With a view of putting Ogden In
the baseball league, which will in
formed at Brigham November l5, a
committee consisting of local business
men hnx. been mcmed By those In
BBBJ charge of the Ogden baseball club to
I r further plans.
mm The meeting was held ;it the city
mU hall Friday night with the committee
in charge naming the following busl
iuss and professional men to further
C. H. Thorstensen, Dr. Re'inhold
Mm Kanzler. Qus Wright, A 1,. Glasmann,
t Walter Elllngson, Carl Peterson, Mal-
colm Watson. Jiick Browning, L. H.
Van Dyke, Robert Proudfit, Henry
Anderson. Arthur Larson, Jim I'oon
HJ I Joe Tracy, (era Martin, Charles ari-
HJ son. W. Fred Bossner, J (J. Read, Roy
HJ Huchmiller. Parley Richardson, Mayor
HJ Pratoh Francis, 'ormnlssloner J. Ray
HJ Ward and Commissioner Chris Plyg-
I The committee named will meet at
HJ . the city hall next Tuesday evening,
HJ a which time plans for the 1921
HJ baseball team will be made, A com-
HJ mlttee to represent thy, locals at th
HJ meeting at Brigham City will also he
HJ named while other business will also
HJ be trsnsui ted
HJ Methods to secure the backing of
HJ the merchants of the city, methods to
HJ secure funds ;nd other business will
HJ be transacted at the session.
Plash Drive Here for
Medical Corps Men
The drive for recruits for the new
medical unit for the Utah National
Guard will be continued 'luring the
coming week according to Major
Relnhold Kanzler, In charge of the
new organization Twent men have
thus far enlisted in the now unit.
The unit when complete will have
a total of 5fi men including two com
missioned officers, according to Maj
or Kaniler, and will be the only
guard medical unit in the state.
Prior to the world war this organl
zalion was located at Salt Lake. i
I "High school graduaies and for
mer service men are especially urged
10 mllst in the new organization,"'
Bald Major Kanzler The new unit
will be represented in athletics, In
! musical event and will tend to boost
Ogden All former service men in
terested in the new unit may re
iei,c information concerning the en
listing of men by calling at Na
tional Guard Headquarters."
President McCune to
Talk at Fifth Ward
G. V.'. McCune. president of the
Eastern states mission of the Mor
mon church will be the speaker at
the contolnt meeting of the mutuals
In the Fifth ward at 7 o'clock this
evwnlng There will be i musical
mm i i-in "miiiTni xmwmm
Beautiful Edna Goodrich at
H Orpheurn Tonight and Monday
I ' WBfr if ::iiiMBB
I .dna Goodrich, the best dressed woman on the American stage, who
will appear at the Orpheurn theater tonight in "Shadows," a four-act play
by Roy Qctavius Cohen, and Monday night in "Sleeping Partners,' a gay
French farce. j
LUCY GATES TO
j SING HUES
Fine Program Arranged for
I Tabernacle Concert Here
Lucy Gates, Utah's noted soprano.
I win sin? several of her old favorites
at the concert to be ghen at the Og-
den tabernacle next Friday evening
With J J. McClellan. organist, and the
Ogden tabernacle choir assisting.
I Among these well-loved number
j will he th LSell Song from Lakmo"
I and Solvelg's song.
I I ne of her other numbers will he
un era from The Barber of Seville,
and with the choir shi will sing the
finale to the third act of La Travl-
I 1. Organ solo by Mr John J. 1'
Clellan 2. Aria (L'n voce poco fa Barber
Of Seville) Rossini
3 (a) Come My Beloved . Handel
(b) In the Woods. ... MucDowell
(c) There Are Kalrles at the
Bottom of the Garden
4. ia) Blen Solr .. DeHuss
(b) Oh Quan Jo dors Liszt
(c) Chanson de I'Atonelte. . Dalo
5. S'ulte Gothhjue .. Boellmann
( 1 1 Chorale
- 1 i Minuet (Jothique
3) I'rayer a' Notre Dame
i 1 i Toccata
Mr. John J. McClellan.
(. Aria ( Bell Song 1 J.ikme"( ....
7. i a Heartsease
i b ) Solvelg's Song
in A1 the Ucel
S. Mnale to third act of Travlata
Choir and Miss Gates.
HSS PRAISE FOR
Army Inspector Says Local I
Unit Best Drilled
That ihe Ogden high school cadet
'corps will rank with the best inter-'
scholastic organization In the United
States la the opinion ol Major A C. j
C!ear. western division ol the army'"
v.iih headquarters at San Francisco,
who Inspected the local unit last
Major Clears la making the rounds
In the western states inspecting '
both college and high school organl
zatlons and stated to Supt W Karl
Hopkins yesterday thai the Ogden
unit was without doubt the best
drilled In the wesl
'In my tour of Inspection, which
has taken me to many of the west
ern states, the Ogden high school
unit, surpasses many of the college
military units iu the west." said j
"The youths are well drilled. pa ,
strict attention to orders .md all .ap-
pear to be well trained. They show
'he iesult of training and Lieuten
ant Everly is to be commended on
the development of the Ogden cadets
Bui one school, collepe or high
school In the west, is superior to
the ttden high school unit in this j
line of work That school is the '
University of California, a school'
which has hundreds of former ser
vice men enrolled "
Major Cleary will insp"ci ihe ca
dets at the Salt Lake high schools I
before returning tn his headquarters
at San Francisco.
Girl Missionary (o
I Relate Experiences
Miss Lenora Hincklfej) who recently
returned from B mission to the Ha
waiian Islands will relate her experi
ences at the Fourteenth ward this
evening. The service will commence
at 7 o'clock and will be held under the
auspices of the ward Mutuals. .
i During the service selections will bo
rendered by rhe Nv lander orchestra
: and vocal solos will bo rendered by
j Mlfs Mildred Ware.
Whitehead's Case Is
Set for November 10
C. Earl Whitehead, charged with a'
Btntutory offense, will appear for pre-!
llmlnary henrlnu before Judge L. R.
Roberts of the city court Vredneiia .
Nov 10. He was c;ch-dulcii to appear
yesterday but the trial v. as continued
Whitehead, since his arrest, has I
been a prisoner at the city Jail.
Committee to Meet !
on Sewer Proposal
A special committee from the
Third ward has been invited to meet
with the board of county coiumis
sloners Monday night at 7:30 o'clock
to participate in discussion relative
to the coming bond Issue and the
proposed main outfall fewer. It is
Indicated that the bond election will
be held In February, according tu
Mayor Frank Francis.
i Increase Shown in
Forest Service Money
Receipts for district No 4. of the
forest service, headquarters of which
ir m this city, amounted t. 69,
628. 1C during the period from Julv to
October. Inclusive. The total for the
same period last year was SGS.GS''1 25,
the receipts for this acasjn snowing
material mcrcasu. '
EDNA GOODRICH "
j Noted Actress to Present Two
1 Piays at Orpheurn, Sunday
Ltcglnning tonight at the Orpheurn
theatre and continuing tomorrow night
i BSdna (Joodrlch will appear In two
1 plays new to Ogden "Shadows" which
j will he presented tonight and "Bleep
line Partners," Monday night.
.ti.- tJoodiuh. who Is kown as the
j best dressed woman on the American
stage, has a good opportunity to weal
! some stunningly handsome gow ns, all
said to ho creations of l ady Duff Gor
don. One cannot suppress a Kasp of
'admiration as Miss Qoodrlch appears
Ion the stage. Sho enters with a gor
geous royal ermine coal snuglv about
j her. This co:it was made especially
i for Mls.s Qoodrlch at a coat of mora
j than $10,000 It is made of the finest
pure while ermine which fallR to the
bottom of her gown. . The beautiful
large collar Is trimmed with the tails
Ol ermine. Ji g lined with a beautiful
satin of light blue and silver. When
she thrpWs :i'-ile her coat she reveals
ar. evening gown of luxuriant beauty
One of her favorite gowns is jade
colored chiffon velvet with tight hod-
Ice and the wider effect at the hips
The wide appearance is given tho
j gown by the wide panel of bright
green brocade satin with a daring
touch of cerise. The pane!, unlike
(the panels of Inst season, is draped
I diagonally from the top to the bottom
of the skirt at the opposite side and
up the back of the skirt to meet over
I the same hip Only the Parlslenne can
wear such a daring combination of
rich colors. With this wonderful gown
;mIh Qoodrlch usually wears beau
tlful diamond 'dog collar" composed
of four i opes of large diamonds and
with this a string of pearls.
Bliss Qoodrlch Is said to have a large
I collection of pearls, diamonds and ru
bles worthy of a princess.
HERE JO flfifS
Instantaneous popularity is predict
ed in Ogden for John Cort's musical
j comedy "Iast 'ii Lester." because it has
I to Its credit an entire year's run in
I New York, with all the glittering gor
( ceoiis fi-.ilure- ili.it in make ui tie
atmosphere of Broadway and which
Will be the offering at the rpheum
theatre two niKhts, Tuesibi and Wed
nesday, November 9 and l(l
Listen Lester," Is elaborately staged,
a feature of the production being Its
gorgeous costumes, which scintillate in
dassllng points, or glow in color, and I
I are the liwestlture of shapely forms
It has lively tunes, a lot of snappy com-i
edy, amusing burlcSQUe and eccentric,
I dancing, which sends Its auditors away I
; in good humor.
I "Listen Lester," is elaborately staged
ry L Cort, George E. Stoddard and
Harold 'Hob. a native of Salt Lake(
i City The action takes place at Palm
Beach, whither Colonel Dodge has
Kiie accompanied by hij daughter,
Mary, to escape from a woman whom
, he hu been courting in New York and
i who now threatens him with a breach i
j of promise suit if he does not pay her
l heart balm The colonel takes into
I his confidence the clerk of the hotel,
I asks his aid. and offers him a sum of
i money If he obtains from Miss Qullty ,
his discarded sweetheart, some letters.'
in her possession. They call in Les-.
ter, the porter, and Instruct him to act
as house detective and try to obtain
! some clue as to the whereabouts of
Uhe.se letters, which Miss Qullt aftetv
Wards claims were stolen from her.
Dodge has also hired a detectle agen-1
cy to trail MIks Qullty and. not know
ing that this agency has sent a woman
detective on the Job, fearing to make;
her acquaintance, he denies he Is ev
ery time she 'i-?ks him if he Is rcall1. j
Colonel Dodge At lost Lester and
Penn find what they suppose to be j
the real package of letters, but which!
aie really decoys planted b the detec
tive, and hand them over to Dodge. ,
collecting their money. Reforo they J
leave, however, the Colonel opens the
package and finds the paper it con
tapis to be blank. He accuses them
of beinp crooks, and Is Interrupted by
the detective who enters When Dodge
again denies that he is the colonel, she
reveals her Identity, shows him the
real letters, much, to the consternation
The complications are straightened
out by the colonel marrying Mr
Muiuin. while the adventuress, MIsd
Jullt, KOts the hotel clerk, leaving the I
decttve for Lester, who admits that he
would loe to marry her, but his wife
won't let him.
Will L. Hem. Ion -v ruggs communl-l
cate with Capt. R Henderson of the
Salvation Arm gden, Utah. Moth-
er at Claremorc, Texas, inquires for
Whether for the morning ce-real-
for the fruit to use in
cooking- or for drinking
KLKENMILK maintains iU
And for the kiddles, it's Na
ture's own food nourishing
und absolutely clean and
Let our driver leave ours
. KlEEfiMILK DAIRY
SMITH BROS.. Prope.
633 Thirty first St. Oden
fflS Make Sure , f!.!lB 1
Your Thanks-1 fL I
With I hanksgiving just around the cor 1
ner. naturally you are planning for new
clothes Fall and Winter Suit and Over- rj
coat. UNION I
Your intention is to be groomed just right am a rr
I for that big holiday. Follow this advice IVI M U L
fl -md vou'll not be disappointed: MAKE. n
R SURE THEY'RE RIGHT. g Ml
M Right in quality of fabric right in dependabil- SjpJ mV Mi
fffi ity of tailoring right in fit, comfort and ap- Jji
fjn pea ranee and right in price pi
3 Have them DUNDEE-MADE to your individ- 1 O
ual taste and measure, from the latest fashion
all-wools, at DUNDEE'S USUAL LOW PRICE
AND EVERYTHING WILL BE JUST AS Jv S
YOU WANT IT JSaJ fj
Let us start to work today we'll have it ready
for Thanksgiving. ' I
OWEN BENNETT, Prop.
On Hudson Avenue By the Alhambra Theatre
j S -ff cfe-aSt J
i "Breaks" In Films Add Zest
i jand Many Smiles Not Intended
(Bl I. W kRDKN i
Millions of "movie" Cans ot a
thrill out ( tli numerous pictures
shown from tlmo on the sih'T .-hort
throughout th. United States but
hew many funs note the " boners"
.which hiive been overlooked by the
'author, the actor or the dliector'.'
They are many and varied.
Shortly Ik fore the world war end
ed, J . W. Griffith. not d producer se
;curcd the services Of the Twenty -first
Infantry. to be used In a thrilling
scene on "No Man's Land."
The scene WAS laid, Tht troops or
dered to advance over trenchts, over
barbed wire entanglements und into
I the hell that was known in the real
j no man's l nnl. Hut I W.. or per
Ihapa the director, made an awful mls-t;iki-
Instead of wearing trench hel-l
niets the men waltzed forth facing:
,the German cannon wearing campaign
This scene wus noted In the picture,'
"Hearts of the World."
A few weeks ago at one of the local '
theatres Paul Revere, famous for his
midnight ride, was shown In a pictjro;
which was supposed to represent the'
days of 1776 lJaul w;ls mounted on .1 '
beautiful steed but on his ride he evl-
dently took the wrong route, because
he passed several Jitney m rvlee sta-1
lions, and other modern conveniences.
HI'KK'S WtilHI II
And at another local theatre Just a
few days a(,-. Millie Iturke was starred '
In a feature. She loved to glide,
around In the skies In a modern air 1
plane. In one scene she Is shown'
taking to the air, alone, In the front
seat of the plane. When she makes'
the landing she Is located In the renr,
seat of the airplane she must have,
pulled a Locklear.
Dustln Farnum was starred In a
play of the eighteenth century B few
weeks iiko. In one scene In which he
gave B too-st. he lifted the Rlas to his
lips, after filling the glass with wine,
but lo and behold, the bottom of the
gluss wa-s missing and all that Dustln
'Irark was a quaff of atmosphere I
1 One of the sienes in the picture.
1 1 "Go and Get It," showed one gent
perched on the wing of the plane,
t , while the flier was performing stunts
t The gent on the wing bellowed forth
' to the filer and conversation was :nr
i j rled on between the two Since wh'.-n
did they put mufflers on the air ma
I chines f
- In "Partners Three.' in which Enid
-jRennett is starred, the director or the
t actress pulled a bloomer. Enid Is left.
; In the desert to die her hair Is down,
jhair pins are missing Finally she
'Journeys to 11 lone shack in the desert
where she seeks aid. An old gent re-
ijsldes there. The next morning her
I hair is combed and prettily cblffed
How do they get that way?
I "Something to Think About.' in1
Mwhlch Gloria Swanson Is starred, prov
ied to be a snappy picture. In one I
scene Gloria departs for school. Prior'
'to her departure she pins a rose on!
!the lapel of Elliott Dexter'S coat The
next seem, three yeais later, shows'
Mr. Iiexter with the rose In hla lapej
ion the same suit Some rose, we'd
I say, and some sulL
In "The Figure Head," Eugene
O'Brien, the matinee idol, is as cold
BS in icicle- He goes about in the
! picture wearing an overcoat Whlls ths
, other churocters In' the picture uroi
idolled up In summer wearing attire. In'
lone part of the picture one of the!
characters Is shown "sleeping" on the1
,flre escape In summer attire,
j "Ti e Idol Dancer" presented a rare 1
: treat. In one of the scenesi Hlchurdj
Barthelmess s shown falling to the
ground, Intoxicated. He tua a beard
which must have necessitated fuiim
to shave for several days. The next!
j morning when he Is dlscoiercd on the
beach hy the heroine, he Is smooth j
shaven. We wonder where Dick hides'
Telephone service records are shat
tered completely In The Hand Invisi
ble " A young woman, starred in this
picture, lifts the receiver of the tele-1
I phone and Immediately beRlns talking
to the party on the other end How lH
do thej do It?
VIGH1 s IMS
And did ou ever notice In tho nighl kmm
scenes, where motor cars are used SlsW
!the get-away shown by tho automo- LV1
biles, The ehai icters step Into the I H
j gas buggies and away they go Action Hkj
Is Instantaneous. I V,
Scan the picture closely next time
'.md maybe you, too. win pet n chuckle mm
or too not contained in th. 1 -i,- ..- 4 MM
Ward Conferences H
to Be Held Today I
President John Watson and mem- kM
hers of the Weber stake High Conn. II lH
Will be present at the annual confer- mmm
ence of the Clinton Ward to he n.-!d
this afternoon Meetings will be at 9 MMM
o'clock with the priesthood; Io:Jd fM
o'clock with the Sunday school and In LH
the afternoon at 2 o'clock Ml mem- MMm
bers of the ward are urged to be MMm
President Aha L, Sco-. ille and LH
members of the High Council will be MWM
present at th-- ward conference to be IDA
held in the Konesvllle ward todaj HH
Meetings will be held at the USUHl sLH
hours. An Invitation Is extended to all
members of the ward ,.ri sen bRH
Warned to Keep Auto ,1
Wheeis Out of Gutter
Traffic Officer William Dick yester-
day Issued a warning against motor- fM
ists who keep their cars parked with U
the front wheels in the gutters. I Is9
because of the fact that the streets WMmmm
are now washed In the day rather bLM
than at night, the auto wheels act as LLbI
Impediments t. the water used for rLsS
flushing the streets. ILB
l'nless the warning is observed ar- MMMm
rest of offenders win follow, n m MMmu
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