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IB 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGPEN, UTAH: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914.
ilSOCIETY I CELEBRATING SIXTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. Mr E. O. Piles and Mrs. Elizabeth Piles of 2634 Grant avenue are today Celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of their wedding at Long Beach, Cal., here they have been visiting for some time. - - - EtmJI J MR. AND MRS. E. O. PILES. Tilr and Mrs Piles were married yS H Mason county, Kentucky, October wjjl B. 1854, and moved to Ogden In M! P90- wntr tnev huvo accumulated M Hme property Mr Piles Is in his M ghty-Bixth year and Mrs. Piles Is A Hn years younger, Both enjoy excel jM Bnt health. (Following are the names of tbeir m tJmlWr- rs M- F' Stafford, Mrs. K 1 R. Wheat ley and Mrs. J. R Skel HBy of Ogden; Mrs. H. M. Pyles of M Kentucky There are two grand m Kildren, John and H. Milton Pyles of M Kentucky, and one great-grandchild, 'M Hlzabeth M. Stafford of Los Ange . FROM MONTANA. M BMarle Louise McFarland of Billings, I M Bnt , visited In Ogden with friends JM Hd relatives during the week. " WILL BE HOSTESS M I Mrs. Chester Dean will entertain HJBio ladies of the S W V and friends Bt her home, 162 Twenty-first street, vM Buesday, October 27, at 2 o'clock, '9 HOME CULTURE CLUB. I JV E Ladles of the Home Culture club Brill meet with Mrs. J. M Fctherolf, I VU55 Monroe avenue, next Thursday, ;BPc.tober 29, at 30 p. m 1 VISITING IN OGDEN. fMrs. Wade M. Johnson has as her louse guest her mother, Mrs. T. H. Wentz. of Philadelphia Mrs. Wentz ttpects to remain some time. m9 MEET ON WEDNESDAY. Promoters of the League of Sacred Heart will meet with Mrs. T. Cosgrave Lf7$4 Twenty-first street, next Wednes day afternoon. I CARD PARTY. The ladies of Silver Hive will give a card parly next Friday evening In honor of the nineteenth anniversary of the organization of the Hive, and hope to see all members present to join in the festivities. The party will be in the lodsc rooms, 2320 Wash ington avenue Mrs. Pearl Huss of 179 Thirtieth street, Is the happy pos sessor of the Maccabee quilt. RELIEF CORPS ENTERTAINED. I Thursday afternoon the Dlx-Logan W. R. C. met at the cozy home of Mrs Mignault, 20C0 Jefferson ave nue. About 30 members and com rades were present and an enjojable afternoon was spent at games At 5 o'clock refreshments were served by Mrs. Mignault, assisted by Ellen Huss. AT OAKLAND, CAL. Miss Reta Hartog is visiting In Oakland, Cal., at the home of Mrs. R. X, Young. Later Miss Hartog will enter one of the coast hospitals, where she will study to become a trained nurse. Miss Hartog left Og den last Sunday. MRS TOPONCE SURPRISED. Mrs Toponce was delightfully sur prised by the ladies of the Spanish War Veterans and friends a day this week- The afternoon was spent at cards and luncheon wag served by the hostess. Those present were mc-sdames Shupe, Hanson, Drew, Toponce, Mor tenson. Michaels, Lessenger, Single ton, Marchplaln, Weston, Clark and and Masters Knight Lesseuger and Michaels. ENTERTAINED IN OGDEN, Department officers of the LadleB of the G. A. R. visited Lincoln Circle No, 2, Ladles of the G. A. R., at Its meeting on Thursday last In the I. O. O. F hall, for the purpose of mak ing the annual inspection of the work of the order. There were present from Salt Lake City Mrs. Lillian H. Tanner, department president; Mrs Gertie Newton, department treasurer, Mrs Lucy E Norton, department in ppector; Mrs. Ellinor B. Burns, past national chaplain: Mrs Sarah Jen kins, president of Reynolds Circle No. 1, and Mrs. Mary' B. Lawrence. .After the meeting was concluded, the visitors were entertained at supper it Kerns in company with the following members of Lincoln Circle- Mesdames Jennie L Nye, president; Cora C. Stevens, Flora D. Jost, Sarah Way. I The Dirt they Left Behind 'TpRY all the "vacuum cleaners" that appeal to you. Then let us send a Hoover out to get the dirt the others have left behind. Nearly any cleaner will get the surface dirt. It takes the Hoover to pick up adhering I thread, lint, cotton, and sewing room litter. It takes the Hoover's electrically revolved, soft hair brush to loosen the grit and sand that works into the body and destroys mjt your rugs and carpets. The S HOOVER T SUCTION SWEEPER hbH yLx docs all these things quickly, thoroughly and without effort or work on the part of the ' wM operator. The Hoover cleans automatically k K. ky rals'n e carpet a quarter of an inch mB'T A! from the floor thus allowing the air to cir- fetefejyA culate through the carpet It combines WE IK 9 X C hoover Suction Svxefer is sturdy re- v ''abh; an d mechanically perfect. It does the fl IB SftH l naJ"d, back-breaking labor In a way that no wL b l) mcrc "vacuum cleaner," can possibly do. ffNjbf (TOa uf We're showing the Homrr in four popu- ffH ffjffi gj BBSir priced sees at our ctore this week. bH ii Wmtv Come in and see them perform any clean- I 1111 BOYLE FURNITURE CO. ff JBtff 1 rrm ffjttfofe' 2331-35 Washington avenue. I W WOMEN f A In handling the every-day expenses of the household I' A a Checking Account will be found Invaluable for A I women. BE ll I Every woman should understand the ordinary pHn- 9H I ciples of keeping a bank account and, moreover, the Hl safety, convenience and satisfaction afforded by' pay- 1 H ing bills by check are In themselves of the greatest H value to every housewife. i HH You are Invited to call at the bank and consult with H our officers regarding your banking requirements. SSSsar n! V ' DEE HOSPITAL TO CLOSE ITS DOORS TO THE PUBLIC ON NOV. 15 Railroad Companies to Be Notified That Their Patients Can not Be Received Institution Reverts to the Thomas D. Dee Company Memorial Plate to Be Removed and Building Will Be Remodeled. At a meeting of the board of H rectors of the Thomas D Deo Me morial Ilospltnl association held lar-t evening, the following resolution v. c-rc adopted. "Whereas, the Thomas D company a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Utah, did on the third day of February, 1910, convey to this association ceitain real prop eity in Ogden City, Utah, together with the hospital and other struc tures thereon situate. In trust for the charitable uses and purposes to said coi velance enumerated, and not for pecuniary profit , and "Whereas, on the same day this as scriatlon on behalf of Itself and m hrhalf of the public to be benefited by this conditional gift, accepted said Uust and said conveyance; and ' Whereas, this association has con tinued to operate the hospital men tioned In said Instrument at a steadi ly increasing loss, and that notwith standing liberal donations maan from time to time by Mrs Annie T. Dee, fie Thomas D Dee company, by certain physicians and other citizens, and t:if support of the public, this association Is at present confronted with an in debtedness exceeding $20,000 which it Is unable to pay or discharge, and "Whereas the present and Immedi ate prospective Income from private ol' public support Is wholly Insuffi cient to provide means for the proper rra'ntainence and operation of said hospital; and "Whereas, the trustees of this as sociation are unwilling to take any steps which will decrease the high standard and reputation which this hospital has so far maintained; now, therefore, be it "Resolved, by the trustees of this association in special meeting as sembled, that the further operation of the hospital of this association be discontinued on and after the fifteenth W. E. Archibald; Misses Sarah C Chapman and Eva Erb After spending an hour at one of the picture shows, the ladies departed for Salt Lake City, expressing them selves as highly pleased with their lsit to Ogden FOR MISS MINNIE ADAMS. Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. W, H. Adams, 3256 Ogden avenue, enter tained at a parcel shower In honor of her daughter, Minnie, who is soon to be a bride. Cut flonvers and ferns were used in decorating the home During the afternoon Mrs Adams served refresh ments Miss Adams received many dainty and useful presents. The following ladles were present. Mesdames George Hill, Joseph Wat son. J- G. Crompton. Pearl Hastings, S Stevens. David Pickett, Wllford O. Ridges, W, Bachelor Barry, Thomas Evans, W. H Adams and E E. Barton. 200 PRESENT AT THIRD WARD. At the opening meeting of the Y L, and Y.M. M. I, A. of the Third ward lost Wednesdav evening, an ex ceptionally pleasing program was car ried out from 7 30 to 9 o'clock, when dancing was enjoj ed in the ward hall. In addition Ice cream and cake was served In the basement. Following Is the program given the early part of the evening Song "O Love Divine" .Iretta Fife Lindsay Invocation.. Clyde Greenwell Remarks. . .Mrs. Caroline Wiggins Violin Solo "The Rosary" Anna Hoyt Remarks Alonzo West Reading "Guonivere" (Tennyson) . Leah Pardoe Solo "The Perfect Day" Iretta Fife Lindsay About 200 person were present and the affair was voted a social success. CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE. On Tuesday eening a goodly num ber of Chautauqua readers attended the meeting with Mr and Mrs. C. A. Barnes of Taylor. The guests wer? Mr. and Mrs. Kingston, Mr and Mrs. Hunter and Mr. Sorenson. Rev.Frank G Bralner began the program with a beautiful analysis of Alfred Tennyson's women, known In his verse as "Dora, Elaine, The Prln cess and Guinevere." Papers relat ing to the life of Tennyson and Ar thur Hallam were read by Miss Pat terson, Mrs. Griffin, Mrs Marriott and Mrs. Putnam. A general discussion followed in which Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stllwell and Mr. Kingston gave the readers the benefit of their observations while abroad. The Circle alms to de elop the so cial as well as the Intellectual spirit of Chautauqua Fj, in compliance with this Idea, Mrs. Barnes Bcrved most delicious refreshments. A cordial Invitation is extended to all who are 'nterested in this course of study to meet with the circle on November 1 at the home of Dr. E. P Mills. SURPRISE PARTY. Mlpg Myrtle West was most agree ably surprised last Thursday ev?n- lrg at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Bosle West, the occasion being her eighteenth birthday. The evening was spent In games and dancing; also many musical num bers were rendered. There were solos given by a number of those present Among theme were solos by Mr. Dan DavlB and Miss May Ship ley, accompanied by Miss Clara Davis The borne was beautifully decorated aid the dining room wyis converted into a dancing mall where an or chestra, under the leadership of Earl Farnland. furnished music, A delight ful repast was served by Mrs J T Gould., Miss Myrtle West and Miss Bortha Carter. Among those present were; Geo. Simpson, Walter Davis, Albert Boll, Israel Brown, Thomas 8harkey. Flor ence Bullough, May Shipley, Earl Wecher, Leonard Adams, Dan Davis, James Adams, Hellen Rackam, Ida Adams, Mr. Y Klcjnkle, Mrs. H. day of November. 1914; and that from and after said date no patients be re cetved at said hospital, provided, how ever that railroad patients shall con tinue to be received until thirty days nctlce of this resolution has been given to the respective railroad com panies now under contract with thin association; and provided farther, that all patients In said hor.pital on the fifteenth day of November, 1914, sin. II be continued to he card for a per.od of thirty days unless they arc sooner fully cured or discharged by their respective physicians. And be It further, "Resolved that a committee, con sisting of the two vice-presidents and ttv treasurer of this association be, and they are hereby instructed to forthwith advise the Thomas D Dee company of the purpose and effect of this resolution; and that this asso ciation Is unable to continue to carry on the charitable purposes of the gift intrusted to them by the said Thomas D. Dee company; and that aftfr the time mentioned In these i evolutions, the premises will not bo used for the purpose enumerated in the conveyance from said company, dated February tenth, 1910; that for and in consideration of the offer P'&rie by the Thomas D. Dee com pany to assume all the Indebtedness of this association as enumerated unco attached exhibit 1, this associa tion does not insist on the time limit mentioned In said conveyance, and that therefore under the proisions of said instrument the title of said promises, and each and every part thereof, Immediately reverts to and Is reinvested in the said company Do it further, "Resolved, that all other donors furniture or equipment now within the hospital be invited to accept the return of such property or any part thereof." Klcnkle, Mr. Thomas Carter, Mrs Thomas Carter. Bee West Dorothy West, Mrs. J. T. Gould, Mr. J. T Gould. Jack Paine, Otto Larson, Emll Ftrnlund, Clara Davis Hazel Greer, Inez Davis, Irene Helem Iona Helem, George West, Louis West, Mrs. Louis West, W. H West. Mr. Geo. West. Mrs Geo. West, Mrs. A Green, Mrs. J Helem, Ethel Meadows, Earl Farn lund, James Rackam, Glene Short. Ellen Rasmussen, Wllford West, Rol lis West, Joe West, Bert West, Bertha Carter, Loyle West, Mrs John West, Mr. John West. Louis Bitton, Kittle Sandsdoff, Thelma Gould Mrs J. F&rley, Myrtle West, Mr. Walter Rted. Airs. Walter Ried, Mrs. J Jones and Ralph Johnson. HALLOWEEN PARTY. Mr and Mrs. J. Sander Intertaind most pleasantly at their cozy home, 032 Ballantyne avenue, on Thursday evening, In honor of their son, Hy rum, who will depart soon for Cali fornia on a mission. The Hallow een spirit prevailed in the decorations, menu and games. Autumn leaves, pumpkin lanterns, spooks, witches and goblins carried out the festive Idea In the dining i mem n.irlnrs anrl 1ihrar Pimnli was served in the library by two sil ent spooks who most perfectly car ried out their part. Instrumental music, songs and games furnished most delightful entertain ment. Miss Maggie Sanders vocal work being especially pleasing A delicious luncheon of all the sea sou's delicacies was served. In the wee sma' hours the guests departed, voting the evening one long to be remembered and the host and hostess royal entertainers. During the evening the guest of honor was completely surprised by a shower of useful gifts happy re minders of absent friends. Those present were; Hyrum Sand e: Hazel Lovedall, Howard Stratford, I.ols Dmsdale. Wlllard Gardiner, Myr tle Unsworth, Irrin Porter. May Hunt er, Ephriam Van Dyke. Pearl Porter, Von Belnap, Maria West, Cornelius G. Freellnk, Minnie Sander, Parley E Xorseth, Robert A Peart. Margaret Peart. Arvell McKay, Andrea Prlbble, Orelof Farr, Matilda Embllng, Cor nelius Sander, Katie Van Dyke, Bin. Kate Van Dyke, Miss Hinslnga, Dor othy Embllng Helen M Bruele, Chai lottc Sander, Maggie Sander Music was furnished throughout the evening by Mr Robert A. Peart and Miss Pearl Porter. (Additional Society on Page Seven) A Fair Proposition. The manufacturers of Merltol Rheumatism Powders have so much confidence in thi8 preparation that they authorize u6 to sell them to you on a positive guarantee to give you relief In all cases of Rheuma tism or refund your money. This is certainly a fair proposition. Let s show them to you. Prices 30c and $100 Culley Drug Co. Exclusive Agency. Ogden. Utah Advertisement. Salt Lake Photographer Opens Business in Ogden The Studio at 2457 Washington Avenue has been bought my Mr. A. ! Alseen of Salt Lake, where he has j been in the photo business for many years. The Studio has been refitted with new modern apparatus. Steam J heat bag also been Installed It will be run as a high grade studio Mrs. Hower, the well known artist of Salt Lake, will be In charge. Advertisement. COMING TO THE ISIS Next Thursday Shubert 8c Brady's 5-reel production of 'The Dollar Mark,"and Robert Warwick. Advertisement. oo NOTICE Watch for the German Ladles Aid Rummage Sale Advertisement. oo Read the Classified Ads. Read the Classified Ads. !T Special " Values H f Any suit in the house at 25' off. k A AA Special values next week on all Coats. , ! Watch the window for particular values in Silk and Wool Presses. N" Special Fitted Petticoat at 1 . 1 9 fj I See our showing of new furs. - , Next week is to be a special bargain week in the ready-to-wear depart- f9 ment at the Paine & Hurst Store. - If Underwear CorSetS I y Come in and W? A JJJJJ YOUR U I I zZc m figure? n I k A y ' ktJl iJfi Do you consider yourself "average'', k A and Wool X"-'" ) V P'ump, stout or what It doesn't Ij l J X VA matter so much if you need a stylish 1 ZlZZZZZIZIZZi &&SZBiJm V corset that will Improve your lines II HttS l always with comfort. V rmi nopw v'SffW 1 "LA CAMILLE" a A k A CHILDRENS 3 f h; I has n0 equal-either for perfect fig- COATS AND ' v'H' ures (and there are few such) or for HOj l molding your lines into the required Mm ' Bkfl DRESSES (' shape for this year's fashions. I Ll UBNfl This Is a front-laced corset with tha W f 2 We carry these (rftj .j. on,y perfect ventilated back ever k A hi In all atvle and fflf made- At all times you have a clrcula- B in all styles and t j tlon of air at the spine no other cor- alzes. Come In IVtTpLJ LU set with a rigid back gives this. 99 l Jy And no matter what your figure, we WW f and see them. V ' can help you, both In styie and In com 1 u I PAINE & HURSTSTOREjj I --i l PI REV. W. W. REESE 10 ADDRESS SUNDAY WIGHT CLUB Tho Rev. Ward Winter Reese, rec tor of St. Paul's church. Salt Lake C ity, will address the meeting of the Sunday Night club tomorrow evening. Hlg subject will be "Christian Social ism. " Mrs. Reese is well qualified to dcai with this important topic He is a keen student of modern economic and social conditions The meeting will be held in the Guild hall of the Church of the Good Sh pherd at 7:30 p. in., and is open lo the general public Special music will be provided. The Hon. A. H. Heywood will be the speaker at the next meeting of the club, November 1st , AMATEUR DIVERS Swimmers at the Orpheum Tomorrow. There is a chance for amateur swim mers and divers to win some good cash prizes at the Orpheum theater tomorrow night by entering the di - i J ing contest. There will be $2u.OO in i prizes for boys and girls who show how good they can dive in the big tank of water, on the stage used by the Diving Nymphs on this week's show. The diving contest takes place immediately after the first perfor mance tomorrow night Adertlse-ment. TADERWAGLE SUNDAY SERVICES WITH MUSIC , Professor Elbert D Thomas of the University of Utah will be the speaker at the afternoon service at the Tab ernacle Sundav His subject will l.r. "A Few Things the Orient Can Teach Us." Professor Thomas, as president of the Japanese mission of the Mormon church for six years, had a splendid I opportunity to study Oriental charac- ter and he will give his views of the Orient and her people. The musical program rendered bj the Tabernacle choir will be as fol lows Organ prelude .. .. Organist Sum T. Whltaker Selection Tabernacle Choir Calvary Lester H. Savllle and choir. Anthem Tabernacle Choir COMING TO OGDEN "THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE" Eugene Walter. In hie dramatization of "The Trail of the Loneaomr- Pine," j by John Fox, Jr., has the heroine June meet tbe hero. Jack Hale, at tho rise Of the curtain in the shadow of the ' great whispering pino, nature's motif of a forest melody, an Idea which runs through the play like a sonorous theme In a Wagnerian score A mag nificent setting is made for this act, towering trees, clumps of rhododen dron, and the' water falling from heights Into a purling brook. Thn barefooted character of June forshad owb from the first the greatest of all the miracles of girlhood the dawn of love and awakening of true woman hood. The clever dramatist lends a shadow of Jealousy which threatens to cloud through fhr sunshinp of the play, and cause bitterness between .Tack and hls mountain rival. With Isahelle Lowe In the role of June. The play comes to the Orpheum Sun daj, November 1st Advertisement. RELIEF FOR TEXAS FLOOD SUFFERERS Son Antonio, Tex.. Oct. 24 Relief work among destitute sufferers from yesterday"s Hood along San Pedro and Alnzan creeks, in which eleven per sons wpre drowned and two thousand made homeless, was well under way today Nearly 200 houses were swept away and thf. property loss was estimated at between $150,000 and $200,000. The flood was confined to the lowlands, where the poorer classes lived Sev eral persons were still missing today and It w-ns feared the death list niigh' be increased U ij The greatest picture of the day, "The Naked Truth," to morrow night at the Globe. A COME EARLY. Advertise ment. 00 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Hav. your sewers put In before cold weather The Utah Company will give you low prices on Plumbing and Heating Goods; we also do repairing . very reasonable for Cash. Salesroom 2073 Washington Ave. Telephor 2670. Advertisement.. oo Read the Classified Ai.:. THE "SWEATSHOP" I Would prove a place of mystery to NEVER-RIP work-clothes They are made in a clean, sanitary, daylight factory by a small army of happy, contented, prosperous workers- 1 J The best of materials goes into every pair of NEVER-RIPS, every stitch is mado by experts Yet these superior work-clothes un ion made by union maids co3t no more than the "sweatshop" kind It's I pleasure to make Never-Rips it's a pleacure to wear them f ' f I AT ALL TIMES THE OFFICERS OF THIS BANK, who are at your service and willing to assist and advise you in business matters, will be of immense bene fit to you and will promote very satisfactory business relations that will prove mutually agreeable. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY f Utah National Rank 1 c5 of Ogden 03, a