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I . THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY,
CAMEL Cigarette 20 for F- fl hvy a more delightful cigarette Tim Jn and no premiums or coupons jf . "" JL from Camels if you'll give them a try-out. Stake a dime on the Camel to- 15 VilVO day. Do not look for premiums f A3BWSS- or coupons; as the cost of the f IpTC? tobaccos in Camel Cigarettes Ofi ijKHSlts prohibits their use, j pgptl wtf FN If your dealer can't upply you, foiT J ages (200 cigarettes), postage i 1 StlSSifcv prepaid. After smokinp 1 pack- f gfc S39 B! k age, if you don't find CAMELS X VV ! PWS leg a represented, return the other j :-W?J , jtt , 'i r nine packages, and we will re- pgyEjWySg R. J, REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. ESSAY NrGHT AT THE SACRED HEART ACADEMY I he comropneement week, exercises jf tho SacTpri Heart academy will be gin tonight at 8 o'clock al the school with the delivery 01 the class eBsaya. The members of the class are .Mar guerite Toy, alndictorian ; .Margaret Cramer class poetess. Harriet E. Bean, Althea M. Brown, Marguerite Comstock, Phyllis B Duncan and Ruth M. Thatcher. The program that will be carried out tonight is as follows Etude op. 25. No. 7 Chopin Miss Cramer . E?say Stand Alone Miss R. Thatcher Esasy Only a Poet Hears a Poet's Song Miss Comstock Violin Solo Cavattna . . . Aldemann Miss Toy Essay The Spiritual Note in Art Miss H Bean Le Paillon Ltv&Uee Miss Comstock I Essay "The C Major In Everyda Life" . Mlgs Duncan Essay The Heroines of Our Own Day Miss Brown Polonaise Brilllante . . . Flelssner First Piano Miss Cramer. Second Piano Miss Comstock. nn SIDNEY DREW Sidney Drew whose mission on earth Is to make people laugh, is fill ing an engagement at the Oracle to day and Wednesday, in Vltagraph's two pari comedy "Too Many Hus bands." Andy Clark, the loy com fdian and Old Doc Yak's Zoo, make an entertainment that will please you. Advertisement. KING GEORGE PLEADS FOR MAN London. June 15 George Piko, who on June 7 invaded Buckingham 7"ai ace and wandered about for severu' hours In 'he building, was releasee toda. The defendant gave a bond for his behavior in future. The leniency shown by the magis trate was due to the intervention or King George, who pleaded that the man should not be punished severely j The Golden Rule Is I a Good Rule for the Dealer to Follow. Try It. WHEN a dealer orders ask for. They realize that goods from his the "Good Will" asset of Jobber by mail or through pleased customers builds the Jobber's representa- business. In fact, a satis- tive, he expects the Jobber fied customer is the re- j to send the identical arti- tailer's best advertise- cle or articles ordered. ment. SHOULD the Jobber A1 roo i , send a "Just as " EALERS should al- Good." the dealer would , ways remember that quickly return the substi- hee 15 no one thin8 t tute to the substitutor. Will injure them quicker and would more than than ? have r,ePuta' likely get another Jobber tlon,.of tbeinS f Sutstitu- to fill his future orders . ,tor- . h don t Pa! to THE dealer is right in the na? of belng a i nsisting on getting Substitutor. what he asks for, and. of course, would be justified T T PAYS to always give I in changing Jobbers. customers what they PROGRESSIVE deal- ask for. Get the reputa ers believe in the Gol- tion in your community den Rule and always give of being a "Get What their customers what they You Ask f or" dealer. "Get What You Ask For" National Anti-Substitution League, Philadelphia " Globe Coupon No. 2 Three consecutive coupons appearing June 1 5, 16 and 17 in the Ogden Standard will entitle the holder to a free admission to the Globe ' '. Theater on any afternoon or evening on June 18, 19 and 20th, next Thursday, Friday and Saturday when the great production of "Sapho" will be presented DON'T MISS THIS Remember you must save three consecutive J- coupons they will be number 1 , 2 and 3. Good at the Globe Theater. H. E. SKINNER, Manager, p. f Tickets absolutely Free. I e a BEST TALENT IN TIE STATE FOA THE CONCERT Director Joseph Ballantyne of the Ogden Tabernacle choir went to Salt Lake City yeBterday on business con nected with the rpcital which the lo cal musical organization will give with Emma Lucy Gates Thursday niRhf. In talking over the program with Miss Gates, he learned that she had secured the services of David Reese, (ho Provo tenor, and Horace Ensign, the Salt Lake baritone, to assist her and the choir In the pres entation of flip hiR "La Travlata " number on Thursday night. ' La Tra vlata" Is the familiar story of "Ca mille" set to musk and those familiar with It will doubtless recall the dm matie ending of thp second act TIip musical setting of thp srenp rails for solo work for tenor and baritone, In addition to the sreat aria for the soprano; the madrigal for fourteen mixed voices and the full chorus. The work is extremely difficult and for this reason the securing of .Messrs Rppsp and Ensign for the tenor and. baritone role6 will Insure a splendid rendltlou. H. G Whitney, who accompanied .Miss Gates and party home from Eur ope, informed Director Ballantyne last night that Prof. Maud May Babcock. ex-Governor Heber M. Wells, and a large part) of other prominent citi zens of Salt Lake would come to Og den Thursda . as the desired to hear Miss Gates in the "La Tnniata" num ber He also statPd that in all prob ability Governor William Spry would be in the party. After being informed by Mis6 Gates of the securing of Mr Rppsp for the recital, Mr. Ballantyne Interviewed the tenor, who has just returned from a highly successful light opera season In the east, and secured his promise to also contribute an additional solo to the program. This number necessitated spveral changes in tho original progTam and as rearrangpd. It will be as follows. "O Italia, Italia Beloved" . . Donnizetti Ogden Tabernacle Choir a "Bonnie Doon Old Scotch b "O Dry- Those Tears". ... Del Rieco c "Echo Song' Echert Miss Emma Lucy Gates Violin Obllgato Mercellus Smith a "The Rosnry " Pfei m b "La Paloma" Tabernarle Choir 'Shadow Dance" from "Dinorah"... Meyerbeer Miss Emma Lucy Gates "The Parting Kiss " . Pinsuti Tabernacle Choir a "Pastoral" Old English b "Sing Sweet Bird" Ganz (By request) Miss Emma Lucy Gates "Intlammatus" from "Stabat Mater" Rossini Miss Gates and Tabernacle choir "Aria" from "La Boheme" ... Puccini Mr David Reese (irand Finale from "La Travlata Verdi MiS6 Gates. Mr. Reese. Mr H. S En sign, soloists of choir, and choir. Direction of Joseph Ballantyne FIRST PARTY OF U. P GUESTS TAKEN TO ! THE CANYON The '.sit to Ogden yesterday ol thp first of thirteen parties of railroad agents and their ladles, the guests of the Union Pacific, who will pas? through on their wa to the Yellow stone Park within the next month, was pronounced a rare treat by it? 61 members and also by the members of the Weber club and local railroad officials who enjoyed their company while here. The guests arrived In the city at :'. p in and were taken from the Union depot for a trip through Og den canyon, fifteen automobile hav ing been donated by local citizens for that purpose. While Id the can yon, the party stopped for nearly an hour at the Hermitage hotel and talk ed about the beauties of the canyon, which, according to many, was the prettiest spot they had ever seen The ladies In the party were espe cially enraptured with the scenery and a close view of the catch of sev eral luck) fishermen also proved or much interest to then After about two hours in the can yon, the party returned to th- ity and nil were entertained with a trout and chievken dinner at the Weber club, as guests of the Union Pacific rail road, with the club participating as hosts In the arrangement of flowers on the tables and an exceptionally fine service. Following the dinner, a reception was held in the club rooms until about 8 p ni , when the part) left for the Union depot to board the train for the National purk. Tho entertainment In the city anc canyon was looked after by members of the Weber club, with President Joseph Scowcroft at the head. As an evidence of the happy mood the trav elers were In when they left, the club, a number of the party joined with the local Woodmen's lodge In Its march down Twenty-fifth street. on NOTICE KINDLY RETURN: The party who carried away a can-vasslng-sample. case from the count er of "Munsey, Mayflower Cigar Store." at corner of Hudson and 25th will kindly return same to the store or Creslon hotel; no quesUon will be asked. The most value of same con sisted in the collection of photo graphs and pictures for use by the owner. To save trouble to the party who took this sample case its prompt return will stop further proceeding for his arrest. ( Advertisement oo Read the Classified Ade. I ADVENTISTS ARE NOW BUILDING THEIR CHURCH The Seventh-day Adventlsts have purchased a lot on Twenty-ninth street, between Washington and Ad ams avenues. Excavation Is now go ing forward, and It is expected that thp forms will be In place ready for the concrete by Thursday The building Is to be of concrete block and will be 26x54 feet, with a vestibule entrance, and will have .three class rooms In the rear. Under thp floor of the center clais room will be a reinforced concrete baptis tery disclosed to view by the opening of panpled doors just back of the pul pit, and will be entered by steps de scending to the rooms on either side in such a way that the candidates cannot be seen from the main audi torium until they are fully In thp wa ter. Leading off from each of the side rooms will be a lavatory in which are to be wash basins connected with hot and .cold water. The fount Will be connected with hot water There 'will be a coal and furnace room of roncrete under the rear of the build ing. A drinking fountain is to be placed In the vestibule. Elder J. D. Alder, pastor of the church. Is an experienced builder and Is superintending the work. nrt. WOODMEN OF WORLD INITIATE MANY NEW MEMBERS Weber Camp No. 74, Woodmen of the World, held a highly successful celebration last night, beginning wlth a parade at 7:30 p m and closing I with social talk at a late hour. The parade formed In front of the Fraternity block on Washington ave nue, with the officers of the camp. In automobiles at its head, followed In succession by the color bearers a twelve-piece band the degree team, thp goat, the candidates for initiation the big axe, the lay members of the camp and the horribles In all there was about 2io Woodmen in line. The line of march was from Fra ternlty block north to Twenty second strpet thence south to Twenty-fifth street, west to Lincoln avenue and back to the Fraternity block The parade attracted considerable attention, and the public was given considerable more amusement by see ing recalcitrant members of the lodge, who were spied on the side walks 0' special detectives of the lodge, taken from their wives, sweet hearts or male friends, hustled into the auto-patrol by the "specials" and several regular officers of the local police department, and rushed to the Woodmen hall. At the hall, they were tried by a kangaroo court and assessed a small sum of money, In addition to being compelled to stay at the hall the remainder of the eve ning to enjoy the events that took place behind closed doors Owing to the Illness of his wife, Head Consul Boak of Denver was un able to be present and telegraphed bis regrets to the camp He was to have been an active figure In the initiation ceremonies but, In his ab Bi ace, the work was done by officers of the Ogden camp Twenty candi dates were initiated during the eve ning and their riding of the goat made much amusement for the mem hers. Several similar meetings will be held in the near future, to complete the Initiation of all thp candidates listed. BUT ONE ANSWER lo the great health prob- lem you must keep the digestive system II strong and active. Weakness there, soon J disturbs the entire sys- tern. A daily use of the B famous B HOSTE ITER'S II Stomach Bitters will overcome any weakness in the Stom- II ach, Liver and Bowels II and help you maintain h health. Start at once. This Is a Live Town. ADVERTISE HERE and Get Busy! FANS REPAIRED Motors Re-wound. Work Guaranteed. Electric Service Co. Phone 88. 425 24th St. OGDEN THEATRE riSIfgls I Tonight and Wednesday The Celebrated Actress in Alphorue Daudtt's masterpiece Mr 4 jSj jl Performances 7 p. m., i jjjj HhB Special Musical P' BBjBl Mi ROBBERIES Iff REPORTED A. F Onofrlo reported to the police last night that two bicycles had been stolen from him at Washington ave nue and Seventeenth street. He is a resident of Denver. The police also received a report last night from a laborer, who gave his name as Mike Carney, that he had been robbed of $30 and two bank de posit slips. One of the deposit slips, he stated, was on an Ogden bank and the other on a Denver bank. The Ogden slip was for $160 and the Den ver slip for $1475. according to hla assertion uu CITY HALL WILL BE GIVEN A CLEANING I The city board of commissioners had but little business last night in fact the onh thins done was to refer to the committee of the whole th proposition of renovating the city hall which has been in need of thp clean ing for a long time. The engineer submitted plans and specifications The plans offered by the engineoi were to the effect that the entire building shall be gone over and re papered and repainted. The wood work Is to be repaired with some patching of the plaster and a coat of varnish In places The committee of the whole will report its conclusions in the course of a few days, when an advertise ment for bids on the repairs will he published The monthly report of the wafpr works department was received and placed on file. Hearing of the report of the engi neer respecting bids for paving with asphalt on Hudson avenue between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth streets and the concrete paving of Twenty-seventh street between Wash ington and Jefferson avenues, was deferred until Tuesday FREEJQCKETS To the Globe Theater for Thursday, Friday or Satur day, Matinee or Evening, by Clipping Stan dard Coupons. Sapho. one of the great plays, will appear at the Globe Thursday after noon and evening, and continue for Friday and Saturday. By special ar rangements with the Sapho company, there will appear a coupon in The Standard today, tomorrow and Wed nesday, which three coupons com bined will give any person present ing them at the Globe a free ticket ! to the big Sapho show at the Globp next Thursday, Friday or Saturday. The coupons are numbered one to- I night, two tomorrow and three for I Wednesday evening. Clip the three J coupons, numbers 1. 2 and 3. put them together so you will not lose them j and then go to the show and see Sap"ho. If your neighbor has seen the show, get his coupons and havp the hus band go along MOVED I We are now located in the new Eccles Building. DR A D BARBER, Rooms 217-18. DR W. (J. DALRYMPLE, Rooms 716-717. DR W S PAINE, Room H DR. W H PETTY, Rooms 719-721, DR. W D. THOMAS. Room 718 DR D X. WHITE. Room 712. jam Eastern I EXCURSIONS I Pian Your Vacation Trip Now! H Following Special Round Trip Fares will be in effect from OGDEN via ! UNION PACIFIC I "Standard Road of the West. I Cheyenne, Wyo $22.50 Memphis, Tenn $59.85 Chicago, 111 56 50 Minneapolis, Minn 53.50 j Colorado Springs, Colo 22.50 Omaha, Neb 40.OO Council Bluffs, la 40.00 Peoria, 111 55.40 Denver, Colo 22.50 Pueblo, Colo 22.50 Kansas City, Mo 40.00 St. Joseph, Mo 40.OO I Leavenworth, Kana. 40.00 St. Louis, Mo 51.20 St. Paul, Minn $53.50 ! June 17. 20. 27, July 1. 3. 10. 11. 12, 18. 25, 29, Sale. Auust 3' 2'9' 26' j September lb. Going Transit Limit Ten Days Return Limit. Oct. 3 I st. OPTIONAL ROUTES LIBERAL STOPOVERS CITY TICKET OFFICE I 2514 Washington Avenue. W H CHEVERS, PbCQ PAUL L. BEEMER, General Agent. 2600; C Pass and Tkt A. BOOKING AGENCY IMPORTANT TRANS-ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINC3.