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1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY KVF.Nnir.
I TEACHER HOLD
FIRSTJESSION
Morning Assembly Address
ed By Mayor and Others
On School Problems
Teachers of th Ogden city schools
attended the opening: Institute for the
1022-23 form nt the Central Junior
hlph school this morning. More than
2r Instructors wero present.
Mayor Frank Frnncls welcomed the
teachers to Osrdcn.
"I am g-liul to know that I lived In
the long ago when you could kl3s a
girl and not reeclvo .mythlng- but
girl," said Mayor Francis "ThOSO
early days are u remind" r of the
great responsibility of tho youngster
of today It Is a wonderful responsi
bility and the future for the boya and
girls of the community are left en
tirely In your hands In late years
the home has trannforrd more of the
responsibilities to the school room It
Is veil then that you enter into your
tn'sk as a pleasure. Will power Is one
! of the big Items. Character In
1 measure Is greater than the famous
, trinity, reading, writing and arith
metic. Your patience to solve prob
lems and obstacles plays a leading
role In the upbuilding ui tno boys
and girls
, PASTOR sPFKS.
The Rev. J. E. Carver, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church, told
of the power of the heart and the
opening of the mind. This he said,
would be brought forcibly before
teachers during the new school year.
He suld that when one comes to know
the hoart of a child, results are forth
coming, that the child will soon barn
to lOVC his Instructors.
"Months of the school year will
j pass swiftly and In time your part
in the upbuilding Of young men and
women will be complete for another
season." said Rev. Carver.
"The teacher or Ihr preacher can
H not measure his work by the month.
P tho year, or by periods. Tho car- i
l penter. and brick layer, each day
knows just what his an ompllshnumts !
have been and so in our lines of en
dcavor we can look back unJ review
our progress only, knowing Whether i
or not we have advanced
Garff Wilson, student of the elty
schools, delivered an address on "cv
den." He closed his address bj In
forming his audience that "Von can't.
gft anywhere unless you come to Oy-
Idon "
Professor William Peterson of the
department of geology at the I'tah
Agricultural college, wpok.- on "Gi-ol-ogy
of Utah and the West."
In bis address Professor Peterson
urged the adoption of texts thi I would
familiarize students with geology in
this section.
Music for the morning session was
furnished under the direction of Mark
Robinson and Lester Eilnchcllff.
"When school opens th.i teacher
must bo ready for It to opn, must
want It to open, must be kn n to meet
he new class, keen physically, men
tally and professionally." said Supt
W. Karl Hopkins In openinp his ad-I
dress.
"Don't rad anything pessimistic
during the first month of your school
year. Infinitely more important
than an Intelllcenre test ! u to
Ilhe buoyancy, hopefulness. Joyousness
of a teacher a few daya before school
opens "
I'nlted States Senator William H.
King and State .Superintendent of
Public Instruction C X. Jnn were
to be the principal speakers at the
rternoon session, which opened at 2
o'clock.
L oo
I MISS EDITH RE ID
OUT FOR RECORDER
Miss Edith Reid at present chief
'deputy In the county recorder's office,
tthls morning formally announcer her
candidacy for election as county re
corder at tho November election.
Friends will bring her name before
-the Republican county convention to
be held Saturday, September 23. In the
H county building
Miss Reld has acted as chief dep
uty In the recorder's office for nearly
two years Prior to this she has m rved
ten years in the office of the county
clerk and auditor. She has been
prominent in Republican women's po
litical activities for years in Weber
county.
The entrance of .Miss Reid in the
race Insures a healed contest for nom
ination at the coming Republican con
vention. Several other candidates
II have been working for weeks and will
seek I he nomination Among them are
Ifrs. Dora Mortenson and Bliss Annls
Brov,n, who have had experience in
public offices of the ekv and count)
Mrs. H. W. Bhurtliff, formerly Mrs.
Glenna Felt who Is now oount re
corder, will not be a candidate for
re-election, It was said today,
. . - - Aft
PLEADS GUILTY AND
i RECEIVES $50 FINE
I P L, Coupler, arrested early Wed
nesday morning in eonnectlo'n with
the fainting of Ids wife at the roora
jj lng house located :it o B 2 Twenty
fourth street appeared in the city
I court this morning to answer to tho
charge of being drunk Ho pleaded
, guilty and was sentenced to pay u
fine of SF,0 or to serve 6f) days In jail
His wife, who was reported as sub
j. j-rt to faint, n so., t; 4 v.-as i p. r i ., -(
resting easily nt the. Dee Memorial
hospital today where she was taken
I after his arrest.
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Weber Lodge No. 6
I Free & Accepted Masons
I Regular meeting, Thursday, Septem-
-H her 7th 8 p. m. Business session only.
I JAMES Q. IvEAYITT, W. M. 1S05
TELEPHONES
I Business and Circulation Dept... 50
Classified Ads 56
' Advertising Dept. , 428
Editorial and News Dept 870
RANDOM
REFERENCES
Sleuth Chief on Vacation While
Robert Burk, chief of detectives, Is
away on his vacation which began
yesterday afternoon. Sergeant Georg:
B Ward law will aet ,.s captari of po
lice. It was announced nt police jirad
quarters today. Chb:f of Detectives
Hurk expects to be cone about 15
days.
Want to make a good Investment?
See Blackburn Phone 905- 1 3 1
Homo Entered Mrs. J. Drysdale.
825 Tventy-seenth street, reported
to the police last night that her resl
dence trt'l been intered by BomroDc
with a pass key and that a dress had
been stolen.
Wo will repair and guarantee any
American-made watch, including
cleaning for $2.50 KERTE QUALITY
SHOP. 362 Twenty-fifth street. .33
Gnc to Nevada W II Taylor,
chief clerk of tlv Hallway Mall serv ice,
left last night on an inspection
trip for Elko, Nevada, and other Ne
vada points between 1 pden and there.
He expects to return on Bat ur day.
Con. E. Bohn Insurance, Fire a.. 1
Auto 417 Ectlos Bids. Phono 19n
03S8
Returns to FJko a McQueen, su
pervisor of the Nevada national for
est, who has been visiting tho dis
trict officers of district four of the
forest service, conferring with forest
Service Officials, left last night for
his headquarters nt Elko, Nevada.
Wnldron. E. Y. Tho Magazine Man.
b6l7
.ocs to Wyoming S. B. Loolce, In
Charge of fish and game investlga- 1
ttons In district four of the forest
service left last night for a trip to I
the Teton national forest in Wyoming '
to investigate the recreational fea
tures of the Jenny lake country
Cgden Typewrit-." Houst ror type-
writers n-i repairs, 242: Hudson av
nuo. Phone 2o6.
On Inspection Assistant District
Forester C. B, Morse. In charge of the
department of management of dis
trict four, accompanied by Assistant
Forester E E Carter 01 Washington
lefl last nlRlit on an inspection trip
t to the forests of southern and centril
Idaho. They expect to be gone about
I two weeks and will make their head
quarters at St. Anthony, Idaho.
Distilled Water lec ' xclustveiy Og
ilen City Ice Coinppny. i'379 Hudson
Returns Here B s French, assist
ant to the solicitor with headquarters
in the district offices of district four
of the forest service, spent yesterday
at Salt Lake conferring with the reg
istrar of the I'nlted States land offlco
and the surveyor general relative to
homestead rights and cases in tho na-
tlonal forests. He returned to Ogden
I r. ... o
Hl.-1 II IK II u
Let us fill your coal bin now. Phone
141 Ogden Sewer ripe & Clay Co.
1079
Recover Oar Th. theft of a Ford
bug beailng license number 28-639
from 352 Patterson avenue last night
vvjis reported to the police by L. VY
Foulger, Its owner at Jo 3o o clock,
and at 11.30 o'clock the car had been
recovered by Motorcycle Officer C
E. LMscr and Police Chauffeur Dewey
Hawkins on Thirtieth street between
Grant and Lincoln avenues. No trace
of the Joy riders was found, accord
ing to the officers.
1 Bike Stolen Ott,-, T nml ..;.i ,
j at 330 Adams avenue, reported the
theft of a bicycle from his home to
the police last night.
Marriage Licenses Marriage li
censes have been Issued In the office
of L A Van Dyke county clerk, to
Milton Wllford Llndqulst. Ogden. and
Lau Rene Harding Kerr. Tremonton;
John T. Frew. West Point, and Lydla
Christine Kennedy, v Clearfield . John
W. J. Moss and Gladys Hall. Portage
and Owen P. Cutler Denver, c0io ,
and Hazel Marie Strayer. ugden.
Mrs. T. C. Gordon, teacher Gregg
and Pitman phonography. 2467 Or
chard Ave l905
OO mmm
Weber Floral !urn::,nci tba flowers
7761
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I DEATHS
i
Lawrence hlld Drake, 20 months'
old son of Daniel N. and Mary Child
Drake, died yesterday morning at 7.30
o'clock ut a local hospital of stomach
trouble. The baby was born Decembei
8, 1910, at Sunset. He Is survived by
his parents and the following brothers
and sisters: Verma Hartley of Clin
ton. Mrs Alice Farr of Roy, Haxel
Malan of Ugden, Wallace. Kenneth,
Newell, Margaret, Jan-, Mildred, Hel
en. Ralph and Petty Drake. Funeral
services will be held tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock at tho Sunset meet
ing house. Bishop B O Hadlock will
conduct the services. The body may
be viewed at tho home at Sunset this
afternoon and evening and tomorrow
until 1 p, m. Interment will be In the
City cemetery under the direction of
Larkln Sc. Sons.
Barbara Stewart Lloyd. 59 years of
age. died at the family honie, 2822
Pacific avenue, nt 12 o'clock last
night Mrs. Lloyd was born In Ogden
October 27. 1S63 daughter of tho
late George R and Nancy Browning
Stewart. She Is survived by her hus
band. Frank B Lloyd; one Bon. Fran
cis R. Lloyd, three grandchildren, two
I Notice -to Pedestrkm I
I Get ZZ? GYPSY WOT RELIEF
j if you want to feel the awful
; pains from sore, burning feet.
I callouses , corns , bunions . and
j swollen, tender, aching -feet:
Apply It in a minute no fus3, no
bother! Then put oh your shoes and
i walk, dance, work or 6tay on your
feet as long a8 you like! Gypsy Foot
I Relief is a wonderful secret from the
Bj desert Successful results guaranteed
j In every case or you got back the lit
tle It costs' It is sold in this citv by
all good druggi8tb including A. R. Mc-
J Intyre Drug Co., Culley Drug Co., G.
I F. Cavo Drug Co.. and Five Points
I Drug Co. Advertisement.
I SCHOOL j
STOCKING SALE)
1 MISSES' STOCKINGS MISSES' STOCKINGS j MISSES' STOCKINGS . j
! Buster Brown; black or Puritan Brand; black or Mercerized; black, white and
brown; fine combed yarn. brown. A good school hose. brown ; fine gauge irregulars
H Per pair 25c Per pair 25c j of 50c grade. 29c per pair, B
1 MISSES' STOCKINGS MISSES' STOCKINGS 1
H Fancy ribbed, black or Fancy ribbed; black, white, MISSES' STOCKINGS
brown. Specially priced, per polo and nude. A dressy Fancy ribbed- white only B
j Pair 25c hose. Per pair 50c per pair 50c
BOYS' STOCKINGS BOYS' STOCKINGS i
Elkskin Brand. Hard to wear Puritan Brand; triple knec.
out. All sizes, black only. 35c per pair; three pairs Cadet Brand; double knee.
I Pc:'pa"" ShWl Best hose made. Per pair. 45c 1
I A complete line of school sweaters for boys and girls. Specially priced! I
I BLANKETS STILL ON SALE
I OGDEN-UTAH I
mwm siiii J
TTmwm 1 1 1- irm inMM M, hmmwmmwm ji caMnCTM I
Bleters, Martha s Cramer, Ogden;
Ruth S. Palmer ot Morgan, and a
brother, John .Stewart of Morgan. Mrs. I
Lloyd was a momber of the L. 1 1 S I
church, q memhiT of the Ladles' aux- j
lhary to B. R. T.. Sh- was nlso a i
Pythian sistor. Funeral eervlcca win 1
be held Saturday at 2 p. ni. at th'-
Second ward mcetlnp hft-nsc. Ulshop 1
Jamea H Riley ol the Bel even th ward !
will conduct the Bcrvlcc. The body
may be viewed at the home Friday
afternoon and evening nni Saturday i
until i p m. Interment win be In 1
the city cemetery, under the direction
of Larkln & Sons.
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FUNERALS
Funeral services for Zadok A, Lowe
were held yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock In the Thirteenth ward meet
ing house. Bishop .J 11. Jenkins pre
sided The musical program was aa
j follows: My Jesus As Thou Will' was
sunp by M. J. Brown. Ethel Baga
sang "My Father Knows" and "Twill
Not Be Long." and Ada NeWberger
and Ethel Bagfc-3 sang Jesus Lover of
My Soul." The speakers were Bishop
J. H. Hunter. William H. il God
dard, Bishop William Hcstop, William
Pnrdie, Bishop J. Howard Jenkins. In
terment was in the West Weber ceme
tery. Blsnop William Heslop dedl
(.;ited the prave
Funeral services were held yester
day at 1 p. m. for Absolam Yates at
the family residence, 2025 Jefferson
avenue. Bishop Hyruin E. Lund pre
sided. Mrs, Pauline Martin sang "Oh
j My Father.' William T. Pickett sang
"Sweet Hour of Prayer," William
I Pickett and Mrs. Arthur E. Wilson
sang ' I'nanswered Yet," and "I Have
Read ot a Beautiful City" was sung
by Mrs. Pauline .Martin The speakers
were J. G. Tuescher, Bishop Roy
l'.ron and Bishop Lund. Interment
was in the City cemetery The Krao
was dedicated by '' .LA Llndqulst.
Charles Schoonmaker died yester
day at his home at Plain City. He
was born at Rochelle, III , November
14. 1859. Ho had resided at Plain
City for the past 17 years. He is .sur
vived by his widow, two sons and a
daughter. Funeral services were held
at 10 o'clock this morning from
the Klrkendall mortuary. Bishop
w J Maw officiated. "Some
time We'll Understand" and "Roc k f
Ages" were sung by Mrs. W. J Maw.
'Nearer My God to Three" and "The
Christians' Goodnight" were sunsr by
Mrs. Bertha England The Speakers
arerc .losph Stephenson, wiiiard Car
ver, Jnmes L. Robson and Bishop
Maw The body will be shipped this
evening to Bvanston, Wyo., where
burial will be made
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NEGRO ACCUSED OF
MURDER IS LYNCHED
BEAUMONT, Texas, Sept. 7. O. J.
Johnson, negro, twice tried on a
charge of murder in connection with
the killing of a turpentine camp fore
man near Hemphill four years ago.
was taken from the jail at Newton at
1 a. m. today by a mob, Btrung to a
tree limb and his body rlddbd with
bullets.
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CUT THIS OCT IT IB WORTH
MONEY
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c
and mall It to Foley & Co., 2885 SiU f
flold Ave.. Chicago, III., writing your
name and address clearly. You will
receive In return a trial package con
taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound for coughR, olds and croup;
Foley Kidney Pills for pains in sides
and back; rheumatism. baokachs,
kidney and bladder allmentfc; and
Foley Cathartic TableLs, a wholesome
and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for
constipation, biliousness, headaches,
and sluggish bowels. Sold everywhere.
Advertisement. '
TUB PARSON'
KILLED IN FALL
RUTLAND, Vermont. Sept. 7.
Lieutenant Belvin W. Maynard, known
as "the flying parson." was killed
vrhlle flying at the Rutland fair to
day.
1 J Lieutenant Charles Wood of Tlcon
jdcrotfa. X. Y.. and Charles Mionett of I
jN'ew York, a mechanic, also wero kill-I
ed. The plane fell 3000 feet.
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TWO DEER KILLED
WITH ONE BULLET
j SON'OP.A. Calif.. Sept 7 R. L '
Kleppenburg forest ranger In charge
of a station above Groveland. reports
.that he killed two deer with one shot!
'Sunday while en route to' a fire ac
companied by another ranger, iviep.
,penburg sighted a de. r on a hillside
;along the road beyond and, jumping
out of the car, he fired one shot, he
said, killing not only the deer be aim-'
ed at, but also another buck which!
1 he had not seen and which was
j In direct line a few feet farther.
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The firBt comic opera known was i
I composed by Adam do la Halo, a Trou-j
vere, In the thirteenth century.
BRIDE KEPT MATE
FOR ONLY AN HOUR
1
BAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 7 Mr, 1
Anna James Brarkman, 30 years old I
married a man she had seen a couple I
of timos around her boarding house
but who han never spoken to her tie
fore h proposed matrimony, accord
ing to her story In court Wednesday
in askimr unnulmcnt of the marriage.
1 ne liuur after the ceremony she lost
him in a parade of war veterans here
she said, and after marching a while
In the procession she returned homo I
to the boarding house and learned he
had gone to .sea She was granted a
decree.
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Ninety degrees below zero has been
registered at Vcrkloyansk, Siberia.
THE THRILL THAT DOESN'T COME ONCE IN A LIFETIME
J jnM I I ; f n -Mo;vNe seTctiD th
II W(TU,Mft,aiMieft.( v I ''III, TpjKeVEfty SATISFACTORILY, i
I ! Ill I Suppose novotUsct yco vc ( i l wE HAve- Fcersrv of 1
I HAD A 8KS STft.Ke AND I e5Kxj Am O J
: evVTHiTMA-rvco , SOKE THE PCMLL M
' Ml OCAL CvSflCWfl COAL. J B6 lomcr JUirWlNTCft g
7 y ( THAf LAST- 03SSlCeff- M
domestic
Specials
Friday and Saturday :
He. are Specia8 on ,
'me are 8Ure
these extra valUes
bring crowds to our I
mestic section.
CRASH TOWELING
J'rc ,"ncn ."ash toweli,
I 18,inch wide Rcgular !
value. The vard I
PERCALES
! ,;,.Rht1 '"k colored pJ
! " ,,uhl ' wide. Sped,
remainder of this w
I the yard Jjj
i muslin"w
36-inch v.idth unbleacB
I JV"1 RcSu,ar 15c vafll
I TURKISH 'TOwHjB
oSTu?,,h towl
xt. plain white and cM
orcd borders. Regular M
value. ?(k. tw0 for
GINGHAM Si
32-inch fmc zephyr ginghfl
Loinplcte line of nattofli
3'V '.alne. Yard M
OUTING FLANNElJ
-'-inch heavy weight
nel, suitable for quilt IinirS
etc. J5c and 29c values. JB
OUTING FLANNEI4B
36-inch flannels, lightB
lark colors. 29c and 35c S
CANTON ELANNElfi
2 -inch width bleached dS
ton flannel, good weigSp
OUTING FLANNEL ft
27 in- h --1:1:1- flannel,
v hite onlv. Yard a'r
COTTON BLANKETSf1
( '.itt'-.n lanket?, (30x76 sily
in colors tan, white w
.;.! 98 valMfj
The pair
WOOL BATTS
Guaranteed all-wool bljftS
erv ocr (uaniy. Kn'
'1 $wu
COTTON BATTSp,
-Ir.'M ni flu if v 72lS
ihrce-p-Jiinil weight.
ilm-k
COTTON BATTS MJ
in one comfort sM T
S I 4 : aluc. Each fjS,'
WOOL PROCESSEimJ
BATTS
'1 I;:- batt 1 compiled of iBjjfe:
c"; Chinese cottKv.i.
' - imbed like wool JT'
ibrcc-M)und weight, SperMhra,
COTTON BATTS JnJ
rjv-.i) especially adapted.MhiH
repairing quilts which hjB
bocmc w'-rn with use, Kf
BED SPREAD SPEClflfc
Amcng -itiier things
tione-1 in this special sjjQ'
v. e inclu-le our entire F.k
spread line all of whichBjJ
j quoted at very special pjfc; ,
Odds and ends in brOBTjSiB
lines are reduced low er BMtr:
the actual wholesale jjf"- .Vi
chasing price of today,
li and stipph vour nce&B
TABLE LINEN J
Mercerized and linen sdl
(,dd cloths and napkins iw
per cent off. 1 '
LUGGAGE SALE Jvv
Trunks in wardrobe andrj
I ulai trunk style; suitcaj li
and traveling bags, at -3 M
LONSDALE CAMBRIB
m. HX) cambric, 26 mdH
wide. Regular L0(
' 111 WHITE CAMBKICI
No m cambric Regubf
SENATE ADVISER OTV
MERGER COMiMtp
era! i trade joilon fo.
public '".piri'jj
mission ";;",;. tentsilvejB 1M
''r' ' r nTpUUni 1 tf 3m LKfe
' h Thoncoin m fJudt fcB
,0 vice Prrs.d. a L,r 3oO
what r- n -trtA 10 4 'Ugd,
mergers wre put tn

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