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yj ,THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1914.
(Woman's Page
0trich Feathers Now Stylish as Dress and Wrap Decorations
Long Astrich Boas Again in Fashion Burnt Ostrich
Feathers Look Like New Kind of Aigret French
Dancing Costume Trimmed With Feather
Fringe Sweet Pototoes and Ways to
Prepare Them.
I OSTRICH FEATHERS STYLISH
DRESS AND WRAP TRIMMINGS
Ostrich feathers are now a stylish
dress and wrap decoration. The)
are used as fringe on the lntest Pail?
model gowns, outlining tunic sleeves
or neck, the end lightly curled. They
make raodicl style collars, outlining
graceful decotletes. In such cases
they are laid flat. On wraps and
coats they are often round and boa
like, narrowed at the ends and very
wide in the middle, the fronts ex
tremely long. These are just neck
length, fastening with a dainty ro
sette or bow. Long ostrich boas are
again in fashion
On hats little ostrich tips are used,
encircling the crowns at spaced in
tervals. The ultra fashion, however,
in hat plumes is the burnt ostrich
Ik ieainer. i ins is im1 nsuiai .u,iv.
I feather with the little feathery down
I at burned away by a process known
1 to the manufacturers. The result
I looks like a new kind of aigret and
I has had a great success. Such feath-
I crs are uncurled, but hang over in
graceful curves All sorts of tall,
I fcuntain-llkc fantasies are made from
' them, and they make a very striking
j panache that is th almost necessary
adjunct of the small, soldierly look
ing bat now In slyl for morning or
afternoon tailored costumes.
Besides these stylish burnt feather
plumes, all sorts of cockades and
standing ornaments arc made from j
ostrich feather fronds. In some of i
these both ends of the frond nre hid
den so that one has to look twice to
realize of what they are made.
An old use for short fronds is not-1
ed on a French actress' coat of bus-1
sar blue cloth It has a flat rolled I
collar made of rows of short boa-like
stripes of ostrich fronds.
A pretty French dancing frock is
effectively decorated with leather1
fringe. Another gown is an extreme
type of hip drapery, the skirt of taf
teta, the top of lace.
" SW.EET POTATOES AGAIN
The ldVr,pf sweet potations wel
comes their refocq each season and
should make good use of them to
vary the other summer egetables. It
is an interesting fact that, whereas
the first vegetable known in England
as a potato was the sweet potato, ln-
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fi likely to succeed, other J
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to get along without the
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jj warranted by his bal- J
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I OGDEN SIM i
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troduced from the West Indies, the
hist vegetable that the English and
ether Europeans seem to learn to at
is this sweet potato. However, our
taste Is different from that of our
European brothers and sisters In
many ways, and our liking for this
yellow potato evidences that fact.
Sweet potatoes are almost always
improved for a second cooking, espe j
dally If they are watery. One way
Is to make them into croquettes. A
good recipe calls for six potatoes
boiled and put through a vegetable,
ricor, seasoned with a tablespoonful
of melted butter and pepper and salt
to taste Add a beaten egg. mix well
and shape into little balls. Roll in j
rrumhs, beaten eggs and crumbs
,ii:aln and brown quickly in hot, deep
fsit
nother good way Is to slice length
wise holled sweet potatoes, put them
in a baking dish, pour melted butter
over them and brown them in the
oven Still another way is to remove
I the Insides from baked potatoes, sea
son them well with melted butter
paprika, salt and mace, and return to
the skins to brown
For candled sweet potatoes cut par
boiled sweet potatoes into length
wise slices and put them in a but
tered pan Cook for two minutes
three-quarters of a cupful of sugar, a
quarter of a cupful of water and two
tr.blcspoonfuls of butter. Brush the
potatoes v.ith this and bake them
Daste them with the syrup as they
cook until they are well candied
Sweet potato balls that cause sur-j
prise are these: Season two CtipfulB
of baked aweet potatoes that have
teen pressed through a colander with j
salt and pepper, and add a beaten
eg and a little hot cream. Form into
balls and Into ench press a pitted
prune, into which two walnut meats
have been forced. This prune should
not be visible Dip the balls In
crumbs and egg Theu brown thei
potato balls in deep fat, drain and
serve at once.
Scalloped sweet potatoes are made
by slicing parboiled potatoes into a
buttered baking dish and covering i
thpm with n wpll sr-nsnnprl white'
sauce On top of the sauce put some
, melted butter and crumbs and bake
for about 20 minutes
French fried sweet potatoes are
truly a delicacy To make them, cut
iii thick lengthwise sections some par
i boiled sweet potatoes and plunge
i them, in a frying basket, into deep
hot fat. Brown delicately, drain and
, season with salt.
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ITALY COMBATS
THE SPIfflATORS
Will Requisition All Craft
Necessary to Provide Pub
lic Service Vatican
Feels War Effect.
Rome. Aug 14 8 146 p m la
j Paris. Aug. 16, 7:35 n ra.i The Ital
ian government shows energy In com 1
I batting the various maneuvers adopted J
j by speculators who attempt to make j
money out of the present tragedv j
I Ship owners are asking exorbitant I
! prices for tne transportation of coal :
1 from England and the United States, '
and as a result the government an- ;
! nounces that It is about to make a
requisition on all craft necessary to
provide the public service companies
With the roal necessary for their use :
The effect of the war Is being felt j
! also on the finances of the Vatican.
; the resources of which are deposited
i It, tV K-,,. r T.-.i.. .
u km uni,o iumj anu anroau,
whence It Is difficult to withdraw
them Furthermore remittances are
few, the payment of Peter's pence hav
ing been almost suspended
AHHWJ. W.
Funeral services for our late Neigh
bor, lames T. Coleman, will be held
at the Woodmen of the World Hall,
2320 Washington avenue. 2:30 p. m ,
Sunda. Aug 1C. Members and visit
ing Neighbors will bring badges and
white gloves Degree team will meet
at 130 p m. Band in attendance.
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I .S&fb3 SUSS
LACKING KNOWLEDGE
GOD'S PEOPLE PERISH
"My People Are Destroyed For
Lack of Knowledge."
Jesu' Teachings Harmonixed the Law
and the Prophets Jewish Doctor
Had Failed to Teach the Deep Things
of the Law Opposition to Bible
Study Jews Typical of Spiritual If
rnel JowisH Ago and Harvest Typi
cal of Gospel Age and Harvest.
HRffffi T5g Creation continues
jplaP '11! intercst i:' rm'I
jClL dear to the Chris
tin ii is deniored.
Pastor rimsell preached today from
the text. "Woe unto you. lawyers' for
i ye have taken awnv the Key of Knowl
edge ye entered not in Tourseires, and
them that were entering in ye hinder
: ed." Luke ll..ri2.
I The word lawyer in New Testnment
usapo. the Pastor began, has a very
different meaning from our uage. It
applied to those religious teachers of
i the .Tews who made special professions
of Sanctity of heart and earnest desire
to know Gods will and to teach it-
Today the corresponding class ore des
ignated Doctor of Divinity.
It wns customnry amongst the Jews,
! the speaker continued, that lessons
from the Law and the Prophets Rhuuld
be read daily in the srnngogues The
people were thus familiar with tbe let
ter of the Scriptures. The majority
of thein were illiterate; for educa
tional facilities then were not what
they are now Consequently only a
few claimed to have kuowlodge of the
plritnal part of the Law and Prophets
These were chiefly of the literary and
wealthy claaaei To these t tie com
mon people looked fur guidance.
The people were hungry for tbe Mo
saee which Jesus brought The na
tion would have gone over promptly
to Jesus if the Doctors of the bw hud
given the word. Moreover Jeena
teachings hflnnon rrcd the Law and the
T U-. lLilI . i a
t K'jmris, uer huh n i ne r- noes ana
Pharisees and the Suddueees long bad
disputed. H.nd these Doctors of the
Iiw been us hungry for Truth as were
tbe people, undoubtedly their differ
i euces of interpretation of Scripture
. -would have speedily disappeared In the
i light then shindig upon the RIble
through the Holv Spirit. Jesus and FIls
Apoatlea being JeheVaha mouthpieces
The Pastor then drew a parallel be
, tween the Je iih Age and Its Harveet
and the (ioepel Age nod Its Harvest.
Now. as tl:en. God'a Pple are perish
ing for la. -k of knowledge. Now. as
then, the Doctors of Divinity will not
use the Key of Knowledge themselves;
md have burled It from the people un
der a mas of formi and ceremonies.
But la Knowledge Necessary?
It was then shown that in our Lord's
' day the Jewish Doctors of Divinity
contented themselves with telling the
' people what t do nnd what not to do,
but did not help them to understand
the deep meaning of the Iaw and the
Prophets. So jt is today, the speaker
declared; a minister staDds as a rep
resentative and mouthpiece of the
Church creed, which in roundabout
terms decjares that whoever does not
live a saintly life will suffer an eter
nily of lormeut Is not this a grlev
ous burden to put upon any conscien
tious souP he asked Has it not caus
ed untenable anguish to many of God's
tree people'' Has it not driven from
God and the lUblc thousands of the
most iuteJIigent minds in the world?
As the .Jewish Doctors of Divinity
carried no such burdens, neither do
Christendom's Doctors of Divinity. In
private they acknowledge that they
carry no such burdens. In public they
I give the inference that they do-not
j 80 much by positive terms as by fm
I plication, tone, inflection of the voice
: and by the fact that they represent
creeds which so teach. Tbee In
fluential teachers are not to be excused
because of the claim that In their
official capacity they lose their per
sonal responsibility and shift it upon
those who msde the creeds and those
I who adopted them. The people no
j longer trust the creeds. They realise
j that a greater light shines today than
i when tboe creeds were formulated.
The people trust tbe Bible, the Pas
tor declared. They understand our
modern Scribes and Pharisees to give
assurance that the creeds of Christen
dom properly represent the tenchingp
of Scripture. The creedal chains would
become ropes of sand if the prominent
Doctors of Divinity would publicly re
nounce the creeds, as nearly all of
them do in private conversation.
Systematic Key-Hiding.
Next it was pointed out that oar
modern 8cribs and Pharisees are
proving themsolvea to be the antitypes
of those addreased by Jesus. Taking
away the Key of Knowledge, they
arge the people not to bother tholr
heads about doctrines, hot to leave
"r "jrris to tne ciergy. Bible
study has degenerated Into a atndv of
geography, customs, etc.. rather than
an effort to understand the phophectea
or the Interpretation of them gtron by
Jesus and His Apoatlea.
Huntington'a Not Arrested
Washington. Aug. 16. Archer M.
Huntington of New York, president of
the American Geographical society,
and his family were not arrested, but
have been enjoying the fullest lib
erty at Nuremburg. Germany, accord
ing to a message to the state depart-
mnt today from the German foreign
office.
REFUGEES LAND A
BAOOAQELESS LOT
Americans Who Fled From
Europe Arrive Empty
Handed on the Celtic.
New York. Ahr. :, -Another bag
gapeieB lot nf Americans who Med Ru
rope to avoid the war reached Njew
York today on the ftic The calilns'
were jammed and the stewards had a
hrird time feeding the throns
In the first class cabin were jot
persons, in the .second 'r,' and In the
si mp rage 6.fi.
W. H. Vanderpoel, son-in-law of C j
K. G Billings, was q passenger on the!
Celtic with his wife, child and Mi-s
Billings. He said they wee j,, Paris
when the condition of affairs became
alnrming. The party left on a crOf ded 1
train for Calais
The Celtic took a northerly course!
and steamed without lights at night,
but the trip was without incident.
Other paging! rs were Mrs. Alfred
Vanderbllt and son; Captain
BarlKjur, Kruest Iseim and Mr. and!
Mrs. II I J Westinghouse.
More than a hundred person.-- of I
menn; were in flio sinnm n fi I
j tic becauae of the congestion on
board. One passenger, who fortun
ately obtained first abln accommoda
tions, refused an offer of JTou for
a state room.
The Celtic's passongrs appointed
a committee to Bend resolutions to
President Wilson thanking him for
the Interest he has shown in getting
stranded tourists out of Europe.
Rotterdam, via Ioudon. 2:20 p. m
Aug 15. The N'oordam sails for ..
York at 4 o clock this afternoon, car
rvjr.g 344 first class passengers and
405 second class poHsengcrs. No pas
senger list was obtainable.
Washington. Aug. 16 On Instruc
tions from Brussels the Belgian lega
tion has notified the consular agents
throughout the United States that no
more reservists re to be returned to
Belgium until further notice.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to extend my sincere thanks
to all those who so kindly assisted
me during the sickness and deoth. of
my wife. I especially desire to thank
Bishop Turnquist, the singers, aci om
panist. and those who spoke wards
of comfort ai the services and for the
beautiful floral offerings.
HERMAN CjARSBN,
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on
SPANIARDS LEAVE PARIS.
Paris. Aug. 15. 10:82 a m. Fran
cisco de la Carry, formei provisional
president of Mexico and tbe Argen
tine. Brazilian and Chilean ministers
here have co-operated in sendinj; 1000
Spanish Americans to Spain, where
they will stay if they desire to do so
until the war is over Senor do la
Barra, as president of the commit
tee. also arranged io caah checks and
letters oi credit In order to relieve
the necessities of Latin-Americans
here.
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NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
I piled I.a. of I tah, 1907, and the
,mtliorit vested in me by said section,
I, the undersigned ';tllfn"e Foulger.
Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber Coun
ty, Utah, herebt give public notice
that a special tax amounting to
$734.98 dollars has bpen levleil for
Sidewalk District No. 128 for the pur
pose of constructing concrete side
walks in snld district by an ordinance
dulj paaae'd by the City commission
ers of Ogden City, Utah, and approved
by the Mayor of paid City and pub
lished on July 17th, 1914, said taxes
being levied on all of the abutting
jpropertv on the following Streets
' comprising said Sidewalk District No.
128 ;ill that part of Harrison Ave. on
i the east side, between the north lin
j of 26th street and a point 82.60 feet
BOUth of the south line of 2'th street.
The said tax is payable in 5 install
ment -
The first Installment becomes de
linquent September 15th, 1914.
The second Installment beconfea de
linquent July 17th, 1915.
The l bird installment becomes de
linguent July 17. h, 1916
The fourth installment becomes de
linquent July 17th. 1917
The fifth installment becomes de
linquent July 17th, 1918.
Ea,.h of said Installments, except
' the first, shall draw interest at the
l ite 01 six per cent per annum, from
the date of th low as aforesaid and
j if any or either of said Installments
; shall be unpaid when they become de
I linquent, interest thereon shall be
. eight per rent per annum, until such
delinquent assessments are fully paid.
Said tax shall be enforced and Cot
' lected as In any other case of special
t;t and If not paid the property on
which said levy is madf will be ad
vertlsed and sold according to law.
This special tax naable at mv of
fice at tlie Citv Hall Oedpn City,
I tab WALLACE FOTJLGER,
City Treasurer. Ogden City, rtah
Bv C. T Koons. Deputy.
Published Aug. 12, 1914.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 27S of the Com
piled Lavs of I'tah. 1907, and the au
thorit vested in me by said section.!
I, the undersigned Wallace Foulger, 1
Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber j
County, rtah. hereby give public not
ice that a special tax amounting to
$1,572.12 dollars has been ieied fori
Sidewalk District No. 121 for the pur
pose of constructing Concrete Side
walks In said district by an ordln
ance duly passed hy the City Com i
mlssloners of Ogjen ii, I'tah, and;
approved by tho Mayor of said Citv J
and published on July 28th. 1914 said i
taxes being levied on all of the abut
ting property on the following streets
comprising said Sidewalk District No
124: All that part of Hudson Ave. on j
both ides between 23rd and 24th )
streets.
The said tax is payable in 5 Install
ments: The first Installment becomes de-
linniienr Sent ember Ifith 1914 i
111'- v.Tond installment becomes de
linquent July 28th. 1915.
The third installment becomes de
Unauent Julj 28th. 1916.
The fourth installment becomes de
linquent July 28th 1917.
The fifth installment becomes de
linquent July 28th. 1918
Bach of said installments, except
the first, shall draw Interest at the
rate of six per cent per annum, from
Special
FANCY SUGAR CURED
HAMS
20 cents
California Hams
17 Vz cents
Washington Market
A. M. . : LLER.
Phones: 271-272. 2463 Wash. Ave.
I the date of the levy as aforesaid, and
1 if any ..r cither of said Installments
fchull be unpaid when thoy become
delinquent, interest thereon shall be I
eight per cent per annum, until such j
delinquent assessments are fully paid
I Said tax shall be enforced ami col
lected as in any other case of special I
I tax and if not paid the property on ,
which said lew g made will be ad- J
I vertlsed and sold according to law
i Tim special tax Is payabll at mv of !
fice at the CItj Hall Ogden. City,
,' Utah WALLACE FOULGER
City Treasurer. Ocden City. Utah. J
By c. T. Kens. Deputy:
Published Aug 12. 191 I.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ogden City proposes to make the fol
lowing public Improvements, to-wlt:
Btilld concrete curbs and gutters IpJ
Curb and Gutter District No 114, bo-'
, ing on both sldns of Washington Ave
nue between Twelfth and Second,
j Streets, together with nil Intersections'
1 and the Qei essary grading therefor
Arid sealed bids are invited for said!
I work and will be received at the Qf
' fire of the City Recorder In the City
hall at Ogden, rtah, until H o'cloc-k
Is 01 .. on the 8th day of September
1914, at which time said bids will be
opened and considered by the Hoard j
lot Commissioners, nnd contrail;
'awarded to the lowest responsible
bidder Instructions to bidders, plans
and specifications for said Improve
ments can be sen and examined at
the olfice of the Citv Engineer in the j
City Hall of said city
The right is reserved to reject any
' and all bids and to waive any defects
By order of the Board of Commls
sloners of Ogd-n City. I'tah. this, the
nth day of uguat, 1914.
FLORENCE O. STANFORD.
City Recorder,
j First publication. August 11. 1914
Last publication, September 2 1914
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ogden City proposes to make the fol
lowing public improvements, to-wit.
Build concrete curbs and gutters in!
! Curb and Gutter District No. 115. be-j
! ing on both sides of Twenty-fourth I
, Street between Van Buren and Har
rison Avenues, together with all in- j
i ter6ections and the necessary grading
therefor. And sealed bids arp invited
I lor said work and will be received at
l the office of the CItj Recorder in the
City Hal at Ogden, Utah, until 1
! o"clock a. m , on the 8th day of Sep
tember, 1914, at which time said bids
will be opened and considered by the
Board of Commissioners, and contract
."warded to the lowest responsible bid
der. Instructions to bidders, plans
and specifications for said Improve
ments can be seen and examined at
the office of the City Engineer in the
City Hall of said city.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids and to waive any defects I
By order of the Board of Commls
sionere of Ogden City, rtah, this, the
llth day of August, 1914.
FLORENCE O STANFORD.
City Recorder
! First publication, August 11, 1911
; Last publication, September 2, 1914.
,
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY,
Pursuant to Section 27S of the Com
i piled Laws of U'.nh, 1907. and the au
thority ested in me by said section.
I. the undersigned Wallace Foulger.
Treasurer of Ogden City. Weber
' County, Utah, hereby give public net
; ice that a special tax amounting to
I $882. 64 dollars has been levied for
Sidewalk District No. 126 for the pur
j pose ot constructing Concrete Sidc
' walks in said district by an ordinance
dulj passed by the City Commission
ers of Ogden City, I tah, and ap
proved bv the Mayor of said City and
published on July 28th, 1914, said
taxes being levied -n all of the abut
ting property on the following streets j
comprising Sidewalk District No 120:
All that part of Van Buren Ave. on
the east side between 2Gtb and 27th
streets.
The said tax is payable in T install
ments:
The first installment becomes de
linquent September 10th 1914
The second installment becomes de
linquent ruly 28th. i 9 1 r. .
Tbe third installment becomes de
Hnquent July 28th, i9ir,.
The fourth installment becomes de
Unquent July 2Sth 1917.
The fifth Installment becomes de
linquent July 28th. 1918
Each of said installments, except
the first. 6hall draw interest at tbe
rate of six per cent per annum, from
the date of the levy as aforesaid, and j
if any or cither of said Installments
shall be unpaid when tbe become de
linnuent interest thereon shall be
eight per cent ner annum, until such i
dellnnnpnt nssncsmonf j ir fi11-n i
Sold tac shall be enforced and col
: lected as in any other case of sneclal
1 tax and if not paid 'he proaertj qn
! which said lovv is made will hp ad
vertised and sold according to law.
This special tar s payable at mv of
; fice at the C'A Hall. Ogden Cit
I Utah. WALLACE FOT'LGER.
City Treasurer. Ogden City, Utah.
By C T. Koons. Deputy.
Published Aug. 12, 1914.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
piled Laws of Utah. 19117, and the
authority ested in me by -eld sec
tion. I, the undersigned Wallace Foul I
ger. Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber
' County, Utah, herebv give public not
ice that a special lax amounting to
$2,518.90 dollars has been levied for
Curb and Gutter District No. 112 for
the purpose of constructing concrete
curbB and gut'ors in said district by
an ordinance duly passed by the City
Commissioners of Ogden Citv, TTtah,
and approved bv the Mayor of said
City and published on July 28th. 1914
said taxes being levied on all of the
abutting property on the following
streets comprising said Curb and Gut
ter District No. 112: All that part
of Van Buren Ave on both sides, be
tween 20th and 27th streets.
The said tax Is payable in 5 install
ments :
The first Installment becomes de-
lhuiuent September 10th, 1914
The second installment' becomes de
linquent July 28th. 1915.
The third installment becomes de
linquent July 28th. 1916.
The fourth installment becomes de
linquent July 28th. 1917
The fifth InRtaliment becomes de
linquent July 28th. 1918
Each of said Installments, except
the first fihnll draw interest at the
; rate of six per cent per annum, from
the date of the lfvy as aforesaid and
if any or either of said Installments
shall be unpaid when they become
delinquent. Interest thereon shall be
eight prr cent per annum, until such
delinquent assessments are fully paid.
Said tax shall be enforced and col
lected as in any 0ther case of special
tax and if not paid the property on
which said levy is made will be ad
vertised and sold according to law.
This special tax Is payable at my 1
office at the Citv Hall. Ogden Citv
ttah. WALLACE FOUJtGER
City Treasurer. Ogden City, I'tah.
Rv c t. Koons, Deputy.
Published Aug. 12. 1914
FRATERNAL
SOCIETIES
Brotherhood of American Yeomen,
Odcn Homeatead No. 1505 meets on
eery Tuesday evening In W. O W.
hall. Fraternity building. Washington
ienue Visiting Archers are cordial
lv invited to meet with us LeRoy
McKnlgbt, foreman, 334 39th street
J. A. Junk. Correspondent, 3202 Wasn
ington avenue
Queen City Rebekah Iodge No I,
L Q O P., meets second and fourth
Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows
hall Visiting members invited An
nie Carlson. N. G , Hazel Wolhaupter.
Recording Secretary. ' wi
Order of Owl?. O'den Nest. No.
121S. Order of Owls, moots very Fri
day evening in their own hall (the old
Elk club rooms! at 8 O'clodk. Visit
ing Brother Owls are invited to
i lenu ti.o next meetings. T. C. her
I son President, G. C. Reberg, Sccre
tary.
I Women of Woodcraft Sgo Lllv Cir
cle No. 171 meets every second ani
! fourth Thursdaj nights at 8 o'clock in
I. O. O F. hall; visiting neighbour
I cordially invited France Coppock.
6. N . 857 27th St Kate Hevman,
"lrrl-, 2?,2 2.1d
Fraternal Order of Eaglea, Ogden
Aerie No 1 1 S. F. O. E , meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles' hall,
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles nre invited to attend
the aerie meetings Club rooms open
at 11 a m. Wm D;vc. w. President;
E. R Ceiger Secretnry. Dr. C. E
WardMgh, Aerie Physician
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O. E. S . regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave ,
between 2."ith and 2th sts , the first
and third Frld-.ys of earh month. So
journing member? cordially invited to
attend. Minnie Parker, W. M ; Call.
E. Cave, Secretary. . fl
Woodmen of the World. Weber J
camp No 74. meets In the W O W
hall, Fraiernlt block, 2320 Washing
ton avenue, every Thursday evenin j
at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor I
dlally Invited tn attend fj H I la r
tog. C. C . W. M. Plegott. Clerk.
World, Silver Hive No 1. meets everv
first and third Friday evening a' x
o'clock , and every second and fouth
Friday afternoons at 2:?.0 o'clock. !a
Woodmen hall, Fraternltv block. Vis
I iting members cordially Invited to at
; tend. Alice Collins, L. C ; L Jennie
! Prout. R. K.
'
Royal Neighbors of America moon
every 6econd and fourth Monda--nights
of each month at 8 o'clock at
, the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity
building Visiting neighbors invited.
I Etta Ingebretsen. 1978 Steel avenue.
I Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and
Qulncy.
Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood
I men of America meets everv Tuesdav
night in new K. of P. hall, 3 door's
north of postoffice. Out of town menr
bers cordially inted to meet with
U6. O. F Olsen, Consul. J. II Shafer
Clerk.
Ogden Lodge. No 2. Knlgb's of Py
thias, meets every Monday evening at
8 o'clock In Castle hall of the fV-
thian building. 2?.51 Grant avenue J(f
Visiting Knights Icome A E Pratt
C C; W. L Underwood, K. R. S.; W7'.
G. Kind M. F
. 1
Royal Highlanders. 0:den Castle
No 525 meets in the new I O O. F
hall. Fraternity block. 2.120 Wash, ave ,
every 2nd and 4th Fridav evenine at
8 o'clock. Visitlug Highlanders cor
dlally invited. A F Wykes. I. P.
William Muller. Sec.-Treas
Women of Woodcrart, Ogden Circle
No 5S1. meets every Wednesday night
at. 7:30 o'clock, new Woodman Hall.
Fraternity Bldg Wash Ave Visitint
Neighbors invited Dues can be paid
to McBride Drug Co. 246H Washington
Ave. Anna Mills. G N. 22! W :Hst
Street Phone 1G50-R. Marie Critet.
Clerk. 2731 Monroe. Phone 1931-R.
I Dumore Vacuum Cleaners J
We Rent Them as well as Sell '
OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY 1
COMPANY. I
2448 Washington Avenue. 1
For
DE LUXE ICE CREAM 1
CALL PHONE 2359
GERDING & WILLIAMS
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Phone 321 j I
j Office 408 25th St. j I j
FANS REPAIRED I I
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Work Guaranteed. i?
Electric Service Co. j
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