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MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6, 1922. (TItp &tau& art -Examiner OGDEN FT AIL 111
1 HUNT SITE FOR I
1 Committee Expects to Have
I Relief Depot Ready
,j With the selection today of a loca-
H Hon for tho headquarters and com-
, inlssary for tho relief of Orion's
needy families, the movement bepun
last week by representatives of clubs
1 , :,nd various organisations, will be
functioning tomorrow . according to P.
a Hulsh, chairman of the committee ;
in charge of collating supplies.
Mr. Hulsh said this morning that i
the site would be chosen this after
noon, and tomorrow mornjmr the peo
plo of the city would he asked to do-
nate clothing, shoes :mi provisions, to
be distributed to I be families III need.
Plans have been made for motor
trucks to cover every city street and
have men call at each house for cloth
Ing and food. The articles donated will
also be received directly at the head-,
quarters Citizens are asked by the
committee to cither brine the donat
ed articles to the headquarters tomor
row or to have bundles ready for the
men who will call if notified.
All kinds of clothing, shoes and pro-
talons are needed and it is hoped
that every house in the city will do
j nate its share to the relief of the
i. ufferinp . The .irli.les will be dls-
trlbuted to the Buffering by a com
nnttee which - Investigating families
' which have been reported or have
ssked for aid.
I PENROSE HONORED
AT FIFTH WAED
Under the auspices of the ward mu
tual Improvement association a musi
cal program was given In the Fifth
ward chapel Sunday night bjl the Arlon
Malo chorus with Joeeph Ballantyni
directing. Judge William H Ret d
delivered an address upon the life
and works of President Charles W
I'cnroae who celebrated his nint I
birthday anniversary Saturday. Thei
was a large congregation.
4 In his address Judge Reader dwelt
nt length upon th life's work and
uchlvements of the venerable church
man who. at one lime, was a resident
of Ogden when he edited the Ogden
Junction- The missionary labors of
President Penrose, his writings and
poems and his Sterling character were
i ommentod upon by the speaker who,
pointed out that hi life was one
worthy of emulation
The male chorus Binge with nn
artistry and finish rarely heard In
men's voices. Mrs. Mrs. Myrtle B.
Hlgley, Mtss Vera Hobson and Xephl
J. Brown were the soloists and did very
superior work In their respective
numbers. In the duet "Come I'nto Me
and Rest' by Mrs Hlcby and MIks
Hobson the voices blended perfectly
and their interpretation brought out '
the salient points In the Interpretation
01 art songs.
I ( The hymn written by President
Penrose. "O Ye Mountains High," was
sung by the congregation. '
MILK TEST TO
Expert to Show Riverdale
and South Weber Farm
ers Proper Methods
To demonstrate how milk should be
produced for family use. Ben R. El
dredRe. dairy specialist of the exten
sion service was to meet with the
members of tho Riverdale local of the
Weber County Farm bureau this after
noon at the Riverdale meeting houno.
He Is scheduled to give the aamo lec
ture and make the same sort of dem
onstrations at South Weber tonlnht
to the members of the Weber County
Farm bureau at that plaee. The pub
lic is also invited.
At the lecture at South Weber to
nlKht Mr. Eldrodue wjll show by
charts and figures the difference in
the number of bacterial growths
found in milk that Is produced under
the correct sanitary procedure and
the number found In milk produced
Under Incorrect and insanitary meth
ods. Me will also have at the meeting n
full equipment of the necessary uten
sils ami appliances that should be
hand that th necessary precautions
may be taken to produce pure milk,
Following the lecture the auditors
will gather outside the school house
where two COWS "ill be stationed, one
a clean cow and the other ctow I
usually found where the proper pre
cautions are not taken to k ep the ani
mal clean will be hitched Mr. El
flredge will demonstrate the correct
measures to follow to produce pure
milk from each cow.
lie will he ., ornpanled bv W Pres
ton Thomas, county agent of the ex
tension servtee and T. E. Powell, dairy
OF HOOPER DIES
Mrs. Mary Stevens died Sunday at 3
'o'clock at the honie of her niece. Mrs
J R. Reus, at Hooper. Mrs. Stevens
was born in Preston. Hampshire, EnR
land. February 21. 1$:?-I. She WSI the
.1 lighter of William !ind Marie Rlake
Taiker. She came lo Hoope in 1S69.
having crossed the plains in 1864,
first living at WeUsvlUe. She was a
member of the L. D. S. church. Her
husband died 12 years apo at Hooper
One brother, Edwin Parker, survives
her Funeral services will be held
Tuesday at 1 o'clock in the Hooper
ward meeting house. Bishop James
R Beus will officiate. The body may
be viewed at the home of Mrs James
R. Reus this afternoon and Tuesday
until the time of the services. Flowers
left at the Lindquist funeral chapel
until 10 o'clock Tuesday will be taken
to the homo. Rurlal will be In the
Boston's boy scouts are to take les
sons in fire fighting.
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Apostle McKay Reviews
Life of Pres. Penrose;
Tells of Samoa
Ajpostla David o. IfoKay paid
tribute to th life Htul charaotsr "f
Prealdenl Charles w. Psnross. who
csjsbrated his ninetieth birthday an
niversary Baturday, in aii addissa ir
ilvsrsd at the Twelfth ward hapcl
last niRht. The ipeaker toU of the
.special service held In Salt Lake- tab
SrnacJe Sunday morning. Ho sni'l
when President Penrose- arose to rS"
pond to the tributes that hnd ! n
paid him. the great congregation roie
ns one. He thought it was tho RlOSt
beautiful tltn, he b.nl s.-.n.
The peaker ni(l "There are nnr"
who win ssy that President Psnrose'e
life was not successful. Ho received
mnny telegrams and letters from
Mormons nnd non-Mnrmons In all
parts of tho world. One was from
Bishop Tnttip, head r,f th' Bplseopnl
church In America who paid a hltfh
tribute to President Penrose, to
fOfting to him as his friend nnd
brother. All these tributes toll that
ho Is generally looked upon as a BUtS
s ( ( i i t III I
"I would Uko the '"ung people to
pause and consider ihut what Presi
dent Penrose is, Is by virtue of tfie
I srospel of Jesus Christ. He has spent
20 years In tho mission field and
many more years In writing and de
fending the gospel nt home and hi;
labors have convinced him that the
gospel as taught by the Mormons' n
divine Obedience to it has not hurt
him but has made him successful
It Is worth while to study 'Mormon
Ism' and I want to say It with em
phasis that the experiences of the
past H months has taught nio that
i he most wonderful and profitable
thlhg in tho world Is Murmunisni.
It will give psacs to the world and re- '
moe poverty and distress. Wo have
an organization that can be applied
to the troubles of the world. Mor
inonlsm' cannot be understood j
looking at It from Ibe outside but If
ye v. iif do His will y fhall know .f
the doctrine whether it bo of God or
whether I speak of Myself.' "
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Apostle McKay gave a vivid word
picture of his recent visit to Samoa
durlns his missionary tour around
the world. He said that three thln.;s
ould bo learned from his experi
ences. The first was that the Mor
mon" church Is now being Judic- 1
upon Its merits by many Intelligent
mfMi and womon of the world. The
old time prejudices wblrh wore one
to misconception are fading away
and In its plaeo tho sunlight of facts
has revealed tho church in Its true
light. Second, one of tho greatest
attributes for young men and women
to acaulro Is self-mastery, and third,
the spirit of the gospel is the spirit
The speakor illustrated these point
1,1' Inlllnir nt 1 . l . , .
i v. v. inuii. imunisH in wnii ni
ho and his companion, Prsstdsnl
Hugh Cannon of tho Liberty stako.
had been accorded wonderfcl recep
tions by tho prominent people of th.
various countries ho visited. non
"Mormons" as well as "Mormons "
Ho said h- had boon received ulthmil
suspicion at all times.
In speaking upon self-must orv.
I Apostle McKay told an Incident in
I the life of a wealthy Chinaman wh.
had been robbed of his wealth by
an European, and who, maddened by
I the act. entertained a dtstro to mur
der his robber, but who finally over
came the evil doHr.- and refrained
from infllc ting any punishment, belns
content to leave the robber In the
hands of God. Tho testimony of :h.
Chinaman, the epeakor said, was "io
know, cod He aelpes me."
That the spirit of tho gospel Is
tho spirit of love, the speaker eald,
was demonstrated on a number of oc
casions when ho bad farewell to
the people he had visited This, ho
Mid, was especially no when he left
Samoa. The. people wept and fol
lowed him and his companion uomr
distance and tho fact that a pray 1 ,
he offered was tnken down In wrltinc
by one of the natives, burled on tit.
spot whore It had boon offered and
monument of rocks erected over It
BLAM1 S 1 I LIZ kTIOJi
Commenting upon his observati n
"f the natives in the South Sea
islands. Apostle McKay said: "We
need not think that ibecauso they
l.ie durkened skins they have nJi
Intelligence or that thev arc not th( I
children of God."
The peaker r. !! that If the na
tives are at all Immoral, it is due tL
inodorn civilization. He ulso said that
the Samoans, the Japani-se, the i'h.- I
nanien and the Mohammedan tan I
teach the Anu-rieau and European I
leMons in court, ey . 3
Concluding, the speaker said jtbul I
the young men of the church would jj
have an opportunity to preach Up I
gospel In all parts ..f the world an. I
If they perform th lr laboii faith
fully they will have God on their Bld
and always feel His presence.
CHAPEL mi RJ LOWED.
. The service was attended by a con
gregatlon filling the chapel to over
flowing. Officers qf the ward Mu
tual had charge of the service. Vio
lin selections were rendered by Mi
Mary Fisher. "School Thy Feelings
by President Penrose, w.it, sun ;.
tho Twelfth ward quartette. A hr! i
sketch of tho life of President Pen
rose was given by Bon Young.
A Samoan Hong, "Goodbye. M
Feline." was sung by Apostle McKay,
' President George K. Browning and
j Earl Paul.
FILES DEMURRER I
Demurrer to a second amended com
j plaint has been filed in the district
I curt by the Weber County Irrigation
district in the rase of the State of
Utah against the district seeking It
; dissolution on the grounds that it u ,
never legally organized,
i The directors of the district In the
demurrer charge that the second!
amended complaint of tho state does
, not state facts sufficient to constitute
'cause of action ami K uin-orutin In
I many allegations. It also holds that
the second amended complaint Is u
j sham and not un amended complaint
St all but merely a restatement and '
repetition of tho first amended com
MotJons to strike certain allegation?
from the amended complaint and to :
make more specific were also filed by
counsel for the irrigation district
The Artistic Floral Co.'s
floral work will satisfy you.
2223 Washington Avenue.
I Phone 611 Adv.
Charles A. Engstrom of
Huntsville Delayed; De
fendant on Stand
Hearing of the damage suit of H.
w Bverts against Dr. R. B. Worrell.
Ogden physician, was delayed this
morning through the failure of Charles
A. Engstrom. one of the Jurors, to
reach the city from Huntsville. where
he pesldea a raowsllde, which o-
c mted Si I niil.i . ami broke tndle
wires In the canyon, caused the delay
of cars this morning, it was said, and
Mr. BngStroni was unable to reach the
city when the trial opened,
Judge George S. Barker adjourned
court until 11 o'clock for the belated
Juror and tne trial was not resumed
until nearly noon.
Or Worrell took the stand apain to
day and gave direct testimony In re
gard to treatments given the Evert
Council for the plaintiff has now
completed lis direct examination of
Witnesses, with the exception of Dr.
Worrell The most Important witness
used by the plaintiff was Pr. T. B
Beatty, state health director, who tes
tified about Tir. Worrell coming to sec
him after the Everts boy became para
lysed. Dr. Beatty testified that the physi
cian came to him tho latter part of
ll!l it hc early part of 1920 n ref
' erenco to the case and explained that
he had given him Injections of drugs
for a blood disease In the cure of a
j chronic ease of acne. I n Boattj sall
l that lr. Worrell at the time told him
thatbe had read somewhere that the
Injections bad boon nlvon for acne.
Dr. Beatty testified that he told Dr
Won ell that It never had. '
He said that Dr. Worrell told him
that he had injected the treatment for
blood disease into Everts' arm believ
ing that It would cure the chronic
case of acne as it contained arsenii
Dr Beatty also testified that the phy-
slclan told him that he had dlagtl I
Even's case as that of acne.
Tho community orchestra will re
hearse at 8 o'clock tonltrht at Glen.
Bros.-Roberts Piano company's store
on Hudson avenue, according to an
announcement made by Marcellus
It was previously announced the
orchestra would meet at S:3o o'clock, i
but everybody Is asked to be ready to
play at 8.
The annual election of officers for!
the Ogden chapter of tho American
Association of Engineers will be held
at the Weber club this evening at 7
o'clock. President B. W Matteson will
Members of the Salt Lake chapter
and the studeni , hapl' r or ihc I 't;,i,
Agricultural college n l.ogan hne
bean invited to attend the meeting.
Following the election of officers the
members and tho visiting engineers
(Till take pari In high Jinks.
Special musical numbers have been
irruged and a number of odd features
will also be Included on the program.
I will not bo responsible for any
debts contracted b miyi'ody el-, be
WILLIAM H BATCHELOR.
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plumbing or Is apt to need
plumbing or who has a friend
who needs some plumbing done
or Eoinc repair work looked
after that our work Is abso
lutely dcpeendttble and that we
can nurse any piece of broken
down plumbing buck to life if
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Work fiuor.niteed for an unlimited
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(topping rattling windows, keep
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fuel saving of 30 per cent on a ful
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Contracts, cash or terms
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F. J. Kicscl Bldg. Room 302
Installed by Skilled Mechanics
tkey're going jyf - r fa
SUITS & CVE1 1
notch quality suits and overcoats brought jBBBaBH
ii' h a Vf .pon. o ;,nd we .'iy il i a iril- . . ' i
utc to the buying intelligence of thos wS- tk iJb
who have purchased. A
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London Follies With Harry Tate
Is Sparkling, Entertaining And
Artistic Theatrical Production
"The London Follies." which was
presented Sunday night at the Orph
eum theatre. Is a sparkling, artistic
nnd entertaining production, filled to
the brim with pretty and graceful
girls, good music, comedy of an un
usually high order and entirely lack
ing in vulgarity or uggestlveness.
With a few golf rlubs and a sheet
of tissue paper. Harry' Tate, the prin
cipal comedian In the production, i
made his audience laugh so long and
vigorously that the laugh machine.
In everybody's tummy became decld
And then later on this broken down
laugh machinery was called upon for
unusual effort when Tate sells bis
"The London Follies" is an En.c-
ItuY V I . PI RPLE CM n
Mr., C. B2. Maple Will be hostess to
! the members of tho Royal Purple club
jthls ev.-nmk- Si her home. 1(20 lib
erty avenue. Mrs. Anna Powers will
j bo the assisting hostess.
SEBfPR MTCSICAX SOOIfiTZ
N I RT.
Members of the Sempre Musical so- 1
clety will entertain at their annual
oinert Tue.sda: evening in the audi
torium of the Central Junior high j
bdiool. Tho program will open at 8
M n M i HOME LI It
Mrs. S. Macbeth will be hostess to
tho members of the Mountain Home
homo Tuesday afternoon at her home.
' Lincoln avenue. The meeting
opens at 2 o'clock.
CO VSTlNt. pun
Members of tho First i'resbyterlnn
i i hurch will enjoy a coasting party
i Tuesday evening. Church members
I arc requested to meet at the church
I at 7 30 o'clock. Later refreshments
will be served.
1 The primary di purtinent of the
I ! irst Presbyterian church will be en
tertained ut a sleighing party Tues
day afternoon. Children are to meet
I at the church at 3 o'clock promptly.
I Mrs John Bullivan and two chil
Idren, Jack and Vilun and Mrs, II J
Poirler and son Horace, left Saturday
Cor San Francisco. While In Califor
nia they will visit in Los Angeles, San
I Diego and Iong Beach.
j A number f the Intimate friend
of Paul W. Stechor surprised him 5
Tuesday evening at his homo. 232-
. Jefferson avenue, hl birthday mni
, versary, Those who railed for tho
! evening were Charles H. Wright. !" H.
I dams T. C, Foley, L L Hiiines. 1
Frank Wright Steven llagen. W. A
I Ross, Will Burt. . J- Stllwell, George
Kellev. John F. Hobbs. J. H Knauss
land P. H. Maison Luncheon was
'served by associates of Mr. Stcchcr
Ensign Herrlck, Itoy L. Packer and
i Allan Stevens,
l. R MPl.I ISO.
j Golden spike chapter, Daughters of
the Amerlrnn Revolution will hold
their regular metln; Friday at 3
o'clock at the home of Mrs A D. Bar
ber, 1132 Twenty-fifth street.
SERVICE STAR LEGION
Trere will be election of officers at
the meeting of the Service star Le
gion this evening at the City Hall.
Business "i"n-i piiiiTptiy s "duck.
King George's life insurance poll
Clec tntnl somethink like JlO.OOO.-jj
000. ' fd
, lish production. It is no Secret to
say that at the very start there were
some fears- that the .show might be
like some of the English vaudeville
acts rather too slow for Americin
audiences. But the audience soon
was informed that their fears were
not to be realized
Scene after scene followed All
I were good and nearly every one was M'ffi
different from what we have been
getting in musical shows. For come-
dlans there are Tate, Billy Holland, HI
II ur, mi. I. in Tilbune and Har- I E
ry Bessley. Amom; the good 6lng- WW
era are Connie Browning, Lillian w
Coles and Isobel Dorothy There in B
a fine violinist, Henri Rosen and a Ini
splendid dancer. W Wania. The stago Rj
pictures presented were decidedly ar- Ik
tlstic and brought much applause. Bli
VI :;:ri ..f tlv horus represent dlf- B
ferent types and are all graceful IHa
dancers and singers
There will b mother performan
tonight and It is worth anybody's time
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SO DOES IT SEEM 9
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AND BROWN S ICE CREAM
1 Polar Pie I
I Within less than a week, Polar P:e has become Og-den's most
Q popular food delicacy.
Thafs because it's so good.
Just a wondeiful combination of two delicious foods for Rl
it s ice cream coated with sweet chocolate
You'll like it everybody does. H
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