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I Special Window Display of Fine Rugs
I "The Austrian Hand -tufted Rugs"
; vi ! Made to order in any size, pattern or shape,
yvj! The "German Saxony and Royal Bazra Rugs" in the
very latest high grade patterns and colorings. Be sure
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Start next week on the New Front.
We Can't sh ow th goods in the Windows COME in
side and you will get Record Bargains in Coats, Suits, f
Skirts, Waists, Dresses. Sweaters, Furs, Children's Coats
January Saie Prices in all Departments.,
j T5hQ M. M. WyRes Co.
For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phono No
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
'Jm Advertisers must have their copy
... ready for the Evening Standard the
.v;,j3 evening before the day on which the
' advertisement is to appear in order to
SS insure publication.
Christmas at Plain City The Christ-
rl8 nias festlval f!" 'he children of the:
. -g Sunday school of St Paul's church,!
. Plain City, wag held Friday afternoon.
"'J-jjl There was a hrief service, conducted
g.tifM lj: Rev W. W. Fleetwood. The chil-
.'.TS! dren received many beautiful presents
VB sent by friends of "the c hurch
Women of Woodcraft, 581 New
ya Years eve dance. Woodman Hall, 50c.
jaftMi pe' couple. 2t
$jgf Delegate J. S. Bair. U71 Wall av-1
iPS' enue, leaves tomorrow as a delegate I
'3uX 10 the convention of Brotherhood of
'Jh' Ca" Workers of America to he held
'inB n Denver December 30.
' j3 01cl Mats for sale at standard office.
IjU 5 cents per hundred.
Delightful Evening, Central Park j
Presbyterian Church was crowded to I
fgfll Its full capacity Christmas night
gfl when the Sunday School gave the
fgjfl C hristmas entertainment. The child-
9 had been carefully drilled in pau-
vl&Bii 'omines, playlets, songs and decla-
mJ! rnations and the evening ent ertaln-
&5j t&ent reflected much credit upon the
young ladies who bad worked so hard
2fl 10 raake tne night a success. A beau
'"'kM t,ful Cnristmas tree, and gifts added
I t0 ltie nisnt 3 Joy
' wB 55 ("a" 55 for Taxicab55.
JHffl Dance the Old Year Out and the
New Year in at the Colonial. New
IB Year's eve. Dancing until 1 o'clock
,H Refreshments. We will also dance
v.j9Sj until 1 o'clock and serve refresh-
H ments New Years night.
HH Hot-water heated apartment for
rent. Twenty-sixth and Monrce
' - B Phone 809 J
m GOOD SKATING again at Shupe's
Ekating rink. Phone 775 M. It
JHi Women of Woodcraft, 581 New
Years eve dance. Woodman Hall, 50c.
' -jW Per couple 2t
'lH There's Butter galore, so when you
j&JH order, state the brand B. & G.
JBB That's "it."
Chas. Isenberg is down from Snow
vllle. to spend the holidays with rela
AjH Uvea.
BjMI Visited His Parents R. R. Goodman,
Bfifl assistant city ticket agent of the I'n-
B ion Pacific railroad, has returned from
:WM a three-day visit in Denver. Mr. Good-
bJB man spent Christmas at the home of
H; his parents.
&fl Road Opened The Western Pacific
ife again open for traffic aifter having
been closed since Wednesday by a
$iH enowslide in the Feather river can-
U yon, California.
SH Goea to Coast Mrs William H. Tol-
ler and daughter, Mrs John F Matt
BH Will leave Monday tor LoB An-
H geles They will make the trip ia
HH the Salt Lake Route.
Not Census Taker E. Stewart,
Hj who lives at 2952 Wall avenue, report-
ed today that a vagabond has been
visiting the people in that neighbor
hood. The fellow presents himself at
the door as a census taker and fln
lahes up by begging for clothing, food
fM or money.
,vGoe to Denver Mrs Joseph A.
.I8 f ft today for Denver where
ne will spend the coming week with
a son-in-law and daughter. Mr and
.-ra. J. L. Herrlck. The principal ob
ject of her visit will be to surprise
.Mrs Herrlck on her birthday, which
will be next Monday
Smallpox Helmer Anderson, son of
! Desk Sergeant Hagbert Anderson of
the police department, is quarantined
I With smallpox. He is at the home of
j his brother, Hagbart Anderson, Jr.,
j iVj Twenty-sixth street
From Burley Mr. and Mrs. T H
, Taylor of Rurley, Ida., are in the cjty
! spending the holidays with relatives
and friends. Mr. Taylor was former
; ly night depotmaster He is now a
Burley farmer and he says he is well
J pleased with his new line of work It
! has i-een about two years 6ince he
j visited Ogdn.
I Central Park Presbyterian Church
j Sunday School at 2.30 Endeavor
i at 7.30.
Apartment House Plans for a spa
I cious and modern apartment housf
have been ordered drawn bv George
I V Goddard, president of the Goddard
i Pickle & Preserving com pan v. The
house is to cost $50,000 and will be
built at the corner of Madison avenue
and Twenty-fifth street
Inquires as to Son Chief of Police
W I Norton yesterday received a tel
egrara from Maurice Stenett of Chi
cago in regard to his son, Russell
Stenett who was recentlv employed
by the Shaw & stone Coal company
pi this city. Chief Norton notified!
, the father that his son could he reach-1
ed by communicating with A Harr!
son, manager of camp No. SO of the O
S. L commissary department at Cas
cade, a station near Nampa. Ida
New Electric Line. Sheriff Hnn
East of Provo stopped off in Ogdeu
a short time this morning on his way
to Warren, where he is spend iug thn
day with relatives and friends Mr
East states that the interurban road'
I'ow being built through Utah countv'
is advancing rapidly and that within
me next few months the electric line
will traverse the entire county pee
ing through eight prosperous' cities
with a population of from 3.00 to 10-
each- The cities are Lehi, Ameri
can Fork, Pleasant Grove. Pr0v0
Springville, Spanish Fork, Payson and
ci A th,e, Dee Thomas Gibbons of
Huntsville, Louis Millian of Ogden
and John Hadley of Green River
Wyoming, have been admitted to the
Dee hospital for treatment.
At Morgan-Sheriff E. E. Butters
ana wife of Morgan are spending the
day in Ogden, holiday shopping Mr
Butters state that there is no more
nST Mrgan than ,n eden and
LUai the temperature is about thp
Moran ha a higher altitude
! Mm the. .wmtuer weather is usuallv a
Uttle colder but the sheriff says that
this winter is mild so far.
Chicago Livestock,
Chicago. 111., Dec. 27 Hoga Re
ceipts, 16.000; market slow, steady to
a shade under yesterday s average
Bulk of sales, $7.65 & 7.85. light Sftfi
SSStS; r0Ugh' 7W7.65: pig.
HVCatti!:Receipts' 3'300; markt stea
d. Texaa steers. $6 85ffj,7 90; west
em steers, $6.157.85; stockera and
Sw'Siln'00,7-551 co"8 and heIf
3 60&.60; calves. ?7. 00 11 00
Sheep-Receipts. 1,500; markol
slow, weak. Native, I4.65&6 00
restore 14 6596.00; yearllngsJs 7B
7.10, lambs, native, ?6 6598 5S
western, $6.758.35. ' W1''55,
Oats No, 3 white. 38 1-2089 l-4c
Rye No. 2, 6-lc
Barley 5C5 75c
Timothy $4.006 40
Clover $12 25(8-15.00.
Pork $20.50.
Lard $10.52 l-2(g.l0 75
Ribs $10 50(210 75
Open. High. LoW C1
May ...90 90 1-8 89 7-8 toR
July ...86 1-2 86 1-2 86 3-8 86 1-2
i sm emus halted
When Santa Claus started on his
trip from )-fion on Christmas nay.
ho had 150 - pound buckets of candy
Slid nuts; nearly 100 very pretty
drr-tpi'd doll.-, Sn good books for boys
and Kirl?. 12 dresses for little girls,
besides penknives for boys, dishes
for girl, alines, stockings, mittens,
Away out in the country he found
seme very sick little girl? and, ns
romp of them bad small pox. ho could
not lpave all be had for them and
vhen they are well, Santa Claus in-!
ted them to Bend In after the resi 1
of their presf-nts. A good many of j
! the ilr'ngs had to be sent by parcel
post but Uncle Sam promised to take
good care of the parcels and sp1 to
it thai they were all delivered to the
proper little hoys and girls.
Santa says hp almost went busted.
I as some fallows who had promised,
I did not send him any money, but ho
j said he didn't care, as he had lots of
j oo
Pantages Vaudeville tonight.
Two shows, 7:30 and 9:15.
10, 20, 30 Cents.
Commpnring on January 1, the
North Ogden and Pleas.mr View car
will run as follows:
On week days first car will leave
Ogden at G a. m. (from car barn);
then from Twenty-fifth street auo.
Washington avenue at 8.55 a in, H
B m, and eery hour thereafter unri'
8 p. m , then 8 55 p m. 9:55 p. m.,
and 10:55 p. m
The first car leaves for North op
den on Sundays at 6:66 a m
On week days, car will leave PleaB
ant View at 6 45 a m., 7:50 a. m , and
every hour thereafter, until 7 h t
m ; then 8:45 p. m. 9 45 p. m., 10:45
p. m . and 11: 15 p m.
The first car from Pleasant View,
on Sundays, will leave that place at
7 50 a. m.
The last car for North Ogden and
Pleasant View, each night, will not
leave until theatres are out
Pantages Vaudeville tonight.
Two shows, 7:30 and 9:15.
j 10, 20, 30 Cents.
' uu
Pastor E. D. Sexton of London,
England, is to give a free lectuie at
2:80 p in., Sunday, In the Oracle the
atrp The BUDje I will be "In His
Steps "
Mr Sexton is lecturing under the
auspices of the International Biblo
Students association.
Last night at the Wpber ciub an
nouncement was made that Judgp A.
R. Hey wood had consented to hp a
candidate for the office of president
of the Huh Later in the evenlutf
Judge Hey wood confirmed the an
nouncement with the following state
ment :
"A number of my friends in the
riub have repeatedly urged me to
become a candidate and to let the
members consider my name at the
annual election. a result I have
consented and will bp a candidate.'
Dr. H. f. Rowe, thp present pres
ident, was asked as to whether he
would be a candidate for re-election.
In reply he said that he did not ex
pect to be a candidate and that he
did not want the position "It Is an
honorary position and it is Blmply
up to the members to select a sjc
cessor at the proper time."
No other names have been nipn
tioned thus far, in connection with
the candidacy for the office. The an
nual election will be held on January
Deaths and Funerals
WILLIAMS The funeral of Mrs
Owen Williams will be held at the
First ward meeting house tomorrow
at 2 p. m. Bishop N. A. Tanner
will preside. The remains ma- bo
viewed this afternoon and tomorrow
from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
TOMLINSON Calvin, the infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tomlm
aon of Farr West, died Thursday at
the family residence of pneumonia
The funeral of the babe wna held at
the home In Farr West this morn
Ing and interment was made in the
Ogden City cemetery.
KNUDSEN Funeral services over
the remains of Neils Knudsen were
held yesterdaj at i p. m. from the
Huntsville meeting house, Counsellor
LarB K, Peterson officiating Andrew
Renstrom and Bishop .John Hall were
the speakers and music was furnished
hy the ward choir. The funeral was
largely attended and intprmr-nt was
made In Huntsville cemetery
C. C Butler, a coal chute foreman
at Carter, Wyp., was brought to Og
I den on train No 0 and taken to tho
J Dop hospital, suffering from injuries
which included a broken arm, broken
leg. a badly r-m head and internal in
juries He was unconscious when
placed jn the amhiilanre nt the depot,
but his condition is serious
The accident occurred about 7 a. m j
today. A portion of his clothing was
caught in the hoisting machinery at
i the big coal chute and ne was drawn ,
i into the cogs hefore the wheels could
be stopped.
The annual installation of oi'ficere
of Utah lodge No 173, Brotherhood
' ' Railway Trainmen and the Ladies
auxiliary, was held last night at IV
Ragles' hall.
The following offir-ers were Install
d for the Trainmen
Past president F. A Hart; presl
dent, C D. Simpson vice pres; ni
C. S. Warner, secretary. N. C. free
man: treasurer, A. B. Canfield; agent
for official magazine, J. T Axlv
ronductor, J A Browning; c-hapu!:..
F. R. Williams; warden. George Mjk
ler; Inner guard. Hyrum Wllllanib.
outer guard. Hyrum Prlece.
For the Ladies auxiliary the foi
lowing were installed: Past prebideut.
Lndasra Williams; president, tlattle
Miller; vice president. Nettle Turner;
secretary, Llllia Goucher; treasurer,
Rose Day; chaplain. Lena Priest, con
ducfress, Anna Checketts; WaTii i
Barbara Lloyd, Inner guard, Mary
Simpson; outer guard, Louise War
ner. Following the business meeting, the
two lodges entertained the larg
crowd with a dance and refreshment.
Punch was prepared and served by
Arna Sumner and a number of the
ladles served cake and sandwiches.
n attempted burglary was report
ed this morning to the police depart
meut from the Schade Brothers lo
er store, in the Fraternity block on
Washington avenue. An lnvestiga
'ion by Sergeant Mohlman showed
that the burglars entered the base
ment of the store by breaking a win
I dow.
They had gone through the base
ment to the stairway leading to the
main store room The door at tho
head of the stairway was lockeJ. Ti.e
thieves bcred several holes around
the lock, but failed to open It, ana
they left the same way they entered
without taking anything.
Three statp ca3es occupied a por
tion of the time In the municipal ( ourt
session this morning. The caBe ot
August Badlow, who is chargeu uiih
assault wth a deai1 y weapon, m as
set for Monday morning, December
19 Pedro Orgene, charged with
burglary In the third degree, waived
preliminary hearing and was bound
over to the district court.
George T. Marler appeared befoie
the judgo to answer to a charge cr
perjury Marler was the man vvhoJO
story to the Chief of Police and other
officers, led to the arrest of Harry
Q Martin, on a charge cf burglar
ising the Riverside mill At the trial
of Martin, Marler refuted his state
ment to the officers. salng that he
wac drunk t the time and didn't
know what he was talking abont.
The complaint against Marler, al
leges that he was sober at the time
he told his story to the police and
that his statement to the contrarv
while under oath, constituted the
crime of perjury. The complaint was
filed by County Attorney David Jen
sen. After hearing the comp'alnt
rpad this morning, Marler said lno
he wished to consult Attorney Joseph
Chez, before he would be read for
his preliminary' trial. Before setting
the amount of ball for Marler, Judgo
Reeder asked the county attorney if
he had any recommendation to make
Mr. Jensen answered in the negative,
adding that ordinary ball in felony
cases would do. The Judge then fixed
the ball nt $1000, and set Friday, Jan
uary 2. as a tentative date for the pie
lii.inary hearing.
President L. W Shurtllff received
a message this morning from his son
John W. Shurtllff, who is studvlng
dentistry In. Chicago, announcing' the
arrival of a son.
President Shurtliffs family now
numbers 34 grandchildren and 22
At 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
the Congregational Church there will
be a special Junior Church service
Miss Dorothy McGaw, pianist, will
play "Serenafa" (MosEKOWSki) "The
Evening Star" (Wagner) Miss Jes
sie Bcason will play for offertory,
"The Rosary" (Nevin). Miss Flora
Bnen will sing the solo, "I Dreamed
a Dream."
The only adult participating will
be the pator who will preach a
Christmas sermon to the children,
kny adults attending will be asked to
tit at the rear of the church
At 7 80 o'clock, the cantata "Th
Shepherd King" (.1 Lincoln Hall) will
be given by a chorus of twenty-five
This will be. something special to
which all are Invited.
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to all those who so nobly ald
nd us in our hour of bereavement In
the death of onr father and husband
Especially do we wish to thank the
speakers, singers, and all those who
gave floral offerings MRS. NIELS
The following is the program lot
i he Sixth ward meeting house dedi
cation at 2 p m. tomorrow:
Anthem Song of the Redeem.ji
The Choir
Prelude Ernest F Oborn
Inocation s. G. Dye
Quartet . . William Pickett, Joseph
Madsen Gerald Klomp and Jobepu
Words of Welcome
Bishop Owen M Sanderson
Report on Building and Ward...
Thomas Clarkt
Solo Babylon
Mr David Foulger
Dedicatory Prayer
Apostle Jamea E Tnlmage
instrumental Music . Dream ui tin-
Mountains V lander Tritf
Remarks. President Thomas B Evans
Remarks Vpostle James E. Talmage
Anthem .. Beautiful Are Thv Towers
Th Choir
Pres;dent Charles C Richards
Church of the Good Shepherd
(Episcopal) 24th and Grant Ave
William W, Fleetwood, rector. Sun
day School 9 45 a.m Morning Prayer
end nermon 11:00 a.m. EvPDRong
4 30 p m. No meeting of the Sundav
night club.
First Baptist Church On Grant.
Rev. H. D Zimmerman, pastor Bible
school at ten o'clock. 11 15. morning
worship with sermon bv pastor Sub
ject. "A King in Hiding." 6.80, B
Y P. TJ. Topic, "Baptist Charitable
Work.' Meeting in charge of Mis
sionary committee. 7 30. popular ev
ening service when Mr Sanderson, of
Buffalo. NY. a prominent Gideon,
will speak on the Gideon movement'
7 Friday, instead of Thursday, res
ular annual meeting of the church,
with roll-call, election of officers and
reports of the past year Members
are urged to attend this annual meet
ing. As an offertory, Mr. Geo. Melss
ntr will play in the morning. "Long
ing For Home," by Helmweh.
Elim Lutheran Church Cor Jef
ferson ave. and 23rd st, Erik Floreen,
Pastor. 10 a.m. Sunday School No
servicea Wednesday afternoon an
nual business meeting of the. Ladies'
Aid at the Sunday School room.
First Presbyterian Church John
Edward Carver, Pastor Morning
worship at 11. Theme "The Year s
last day of Worship" The President
of the National Gideons Association
will speak briefly at the opening of
the service Evening worship at 7 30
Theme, "The Strength of the Power !
to Forget and its Relation to the '
New Year." Mr Greenwell will sing
at the morning service. Mrs Bartlett
Will sing at the evening service Sun
day School at 12.15. Endeavor at
6.30. Men's meeting at 10.
Second Ward Conference The an
nual conference nf Iia . , I
.,, , . " oc.uiuj warn
will be held tomorrow The stake
presidency will be In attendance at
al meetings The Sunday session
will he at the regular hour and the
priesthood meeting will be hold at
2 p. m At 7 o'clock in the evening
the general session will be held
at which the ward choir will furnish
an excellent program.
First Church of Christ Scientist,
Masonic Temple. Sermon at 11 00 a
m. Subject "Christian Science"
Sunday School at 9:45 a m
street. Frank Q BrJ SgtotS ,
Pictorial Review Patterns
Cutting and Construction Guides
10c and 15c each
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Miss Alice Gray, pianist. The day
will be observed as Christmas Sun
day. 11 o'clock, morning sermon, re
c ptlon of members and communion.
Christmas solos by Mrs. W T Dal
rymple and Mr. E L Howes. 3 p.m.
junior church service. It 7:30 o'clock,
the Cantata ' The Shepherd King."
First Methodist Episcopal Church
154 Twenty-fourth street 10 a. m.
Sunday school, subject for parenl'
class "The Home as a School for bo
cial Living;'' 11 a m.. morning wor
ship to be addressed bj M M sail
derson of Buffalo, vice president ot
the National Association of Gideons,
or Commercial Traveling Men. Mi
Rassweller, soloist. Union meeting
in the afternoon at the Congregation
nl church; 6:80, Epworth league. 7 iO
evening worship, theme. "New Paths."
Wednesday night from 8 to 12 mid
night, watch night service, and r
oeption, to the new deaconess, Miss
I 1
Monday evening the Dani6h Brother
hood will give their Christmas cele
brallons in the Eagles hall 1 he
affair will be for the children and a
prettily decorated and heavily laden
Xmas tree will be the main attraction
Dainty refreshments will be served,
and dancing enjoyed following pres
entation of gifts.
Mr and Mrs. William Newcomb of
Randolph, Utah, are In Ogden during
the holidays.
Mr and Mrs. F O. Todd of Evans
ton have returned to their home after
spending a delightful Christmas with
their parents in this city.
Mr and Mrs A. E. Palmer of this
city have as their guests Mr and
Mrs J. W. Palmer of Evanston, Wyo.
Mrs. J T Moving of Pocatello, Ida.,
Is an Ogden visitor for a few days
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs G. M Mitchell. 1902 Jackson
Mr and Mrs. Thursted of 918 Fourth
street, delightfully entertained the
Jolly Five Hundred club at their
I home on December 16 At cards pn
' zes were awarded to Messrs Henry
Meyers, Short and to Mrs. Short
Dainty and appetb.ing refreshments
were nicely served by the hostess.
Tuesday. December 30 the ciub
will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Love,
2516 Van Buren avenue
Mrs Fred Cannon of Salt Lake Cltj
who has been the guest of her mo
ther, Mrs Kathryn Pearson, for the
past week, returned to her home yes
Christmas eve the employes of the
American Linen Sunnlv companv de
lightfully surprised their manager. Mr
E. B. Stone, and presented him a
beautiful diamond ring. Miss Nellie
Peart made the presentation with a
neat lltle speech. Mr. Stone respond
ed in a charming manner which show
ed his appreciation and. presented
each emplove with a darntv Christmas
Mr Stone is held in high esteem by
his employes who show their regard
in well-selected gifts.
One of the best entertainments ever
given In the First Presbyterian church
was the Christmas celebration by the
Sunday school on Christmas eve. The
audience filled the large auditorium
completely The eercise3 consisted
of songs, choruses, declamations and
instrumental music so arranged as to
lead t a climax In the chorus of
praise to the Christ-'hild The vari
ous scenes of the early days of the
Christ were clearly and tellingly told
in song and story and the talent of
the children given full scope In vocal
and instrumental music as well as in
The Christmas tree exercises were
held in the Sunday school room at the
close of the entertainment.
The program was in charge of the
primary workers. Mrs Richmond, Mrs
Richardson, Miss Carnahan, Mrs
Corn, Mrs. Rockfellow anJ Mr Wright.
Mrs. I A. Lawton and daughter of
the Sylmar at 526 Twenty-fifth street
entertained the guests of that hostelry j
at a Yuletide celebration Wednesday
evening, which proved an event which
will linger long and pleasantlv In the
memories of those present
The gift of these tw0 ladies to mak
the wandering ones feel at home and
the loyalty evoked In return seems to
I have resulted In an entente corJialo
between hostecSe3 yn, mests which
Is unusual and rare and fine to see
and which was amply exemplified by
the roast offered !,.. one ot guest
w ho had been chosen t" voice their
Sentiments and .ho Bald In part:
"We all must feel touched and very
! gratetul m me Mdle9 fnjS 10use- S
holrl for their constant efforts to make
it pleasant for US, and we must feel
keen regret that we hae been un
able to recompense them even in a
small measure tor all the benefits we
have received here, benefits lar in ex
cess of those for which we bargained
when we took shelter here.
"Their boundless sympathy nnd
--i"ti win lowaio an toneiv one?, our
selves in particular, has Impelled
them to extend to us a hearty Invita
tion to make their' fireside our own,
and to assist them in the celebration
and enjoyment of this Christmas as
one happy family
"Geld cannot buy some of thase ben
edictions w e have been compelled to
accept them with silent thankR, and a
feeling of gratitude, ana a prayer In
our hearts for their continual el
fare "
Those present "-ere Misses Myrtle
Council. Marie Wells, Nina Han'dley
I Lura Thompson. Metta Thompson'
Viva Wind. Octavia Poulsen; Mes
dames Jennie Lawton. Martha Erik son
and Messrs. Chet Young, Robert Gam
ble. Harry Irwin, A. W, Gleason
Frank Clayton, Donald Hosfnrd, W D
Cass, Roy Lawton, Louis Rav'bouIdL
G. Fred Busch.
Mrs H C. Wood. 2523 Jefferson
avenue, will be hostess to the Martha
society Monday afternoon.
Tomorrow morning at 10 30 o clock
T Earl Pardoe will speak to tho
parents' class of the First ward
This evening in the new Weber
club rooms, Mr and Mrs W H. Har-
ii win enreriain at a dinner party.
The dining hall will be prettilj deco
rated for the occasion.
Invited guests are: Mr and Mrs
Leroy Eccles, Mr. and Mrs D C, Ec
cles, Dr. and Mrs. H M Rowe and
Mr and Mrs. W R Wallace of Salt
Lake City.
Last evening in the Congregation
al church parlors the young people
of the church held their Christmas
celebrations Much merriment pre
vailed when Santa Claus appeared and
distributed gifts among the joung
A large Christmas tree placed at
one end of the large hall was effec
lively strung with varicolored elec
trie lights, tinsel and other appropri
ate decorations. Christmas bells
adorned the hall
A miscellaneous progiam was thor
oughly enjoyed by everyone present
Promoters ot the League of the Sa- i
cred Heart will meet with Mrs. Don
Maguire at her home, 540 Twenty-fifth !
street, Wednesday, December 8
The following companies of the lo-
v.ai uciugiuers or toe rioneers will
meet on Tuesday at 2:80 p. m. Com
lan C at thP home 0f ir; olive
Summerill. 2135 Jefferson avenue
company F will meet at the home of
Mrs. Rachel Farley, no Twentv sixth
street, company ; with Mrs .1 W
Pidcock. at 2122 Washington avenue,
and company H with Mrs. H E Ma
lone at ,12 Thirty. third street.
Mrs. Wealtha Ensign of the eeneral
board will visit Company C. Mrs Rose
Ballantyne. company F, Mrs Evelyn
Woods, company G, and Rachel Mld
dleton. companv H
Companies A. E. D and B have post
loned their meetings
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Danish Brotherhood I
Amas Tree Party.
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Monday evening at 7 o'clock m Ea- I J
ges Hall Everybody invntod Dance J?
after the Big Christmas Tree Doings.
Phone 23. Free Delivery. Ti
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International Bible Students Association , p t
By Pastor E. D. SEXTON, London, Eng.
"IN H1SP1 STEPS" rJ9 $
Washington Ave. Ogden, Utah M ii Si
ALL SEATS FRrr" nens are corlially invited. SPIfCl cb
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