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Furlough Camp The Drama Gab Presents Prof. S. N. Clark of the University of Chicago !n Dramatic Recitals at Tabernacle "The Melting Pot" (Zangwill) , . a, . mmimmmmm m h m m w - May 3, 8 15 p. m. Great War Poems M m m m m " w May 4, 2: 15 p. m. "Androcles and the Lion" (Shaw) . mm mm m . . m m ... ... May 4, 8: 15 p. m. Season tickets purchased before May 1, $1. On sale at Mclntyre's, Culley's, and Marshall's Drug Stores. 1 I SKILLED ARTISANS OF I OGDEN WANTED BY I the my An urgent message has been re ceived by the lor.il rlty and count H draft boards from the state adjutant - H general's office, calling attention to H the great necessity of skilled artisans in the array and the plan proposed by the government io induct them. A reg ister is kept at the local board's head quarters where artisans maj place H their names and addresses for call should the government need them, and H to date there have been quite a num ber register. H The registration will be closed on H April 29th and the adjutant -general ' H strongly urges young men who can H qualify in different branches of work H to volunteer their services. These H branches are among the few lucra- H tive and interesting occupations now H open to drafted men in the army, SO H i there oueht to be a great deal of in-1 H terest taken, according to the state I official. i The last men to register at the city board's office under this class are the I i following: Grover C. Brigham, paint - j ; r Kenneth R. Knausa, auto mechanic I !' and storekeeper, Herbert De-Brain,' clerical work; Fred F. Avers. Inside wareman; Harold Leroy Backer, com missary' storekeeper, Allen R Schart zer, topographical draftsman and ma chine woodworker. THRIFT STAMP CARD IS FOUilT DEPOTj A Thrift Stamp card was found at J the Ogden Union depot about ten days ago and turned over to Depot Master S. H. Tracy. Mr. Tracy said this morning that he believed it had been lost by a little cirl about two weeks ago, as a small irl came to him at that time and stated that she had lo-u one at the station. A few days later the card was found, but since that time no one has given notice of such a loss and the little girl did not return. Mr. Tracy states that if any one who has lost a thrift stamp card will call and Identify the one he has he will be glad to turn it over to the owner. HINDUS TO APPEAL j TO SUPREME COURT, SAN FRANCISCO, April 24 Ger j man?.. Americans and several of the Hindus anions the twenty-nine per-1 BOQB convicted last night of conspir ing to foment revolution against Brit ish rule in India will appeal their cases immediately to the United States cir- uit court of appeals and will carry their appeal to the United States su preme court, if necessary it was an nounced today by defense counsel, LARGE SUM YET TO BE SUBSCRIBED BY OGDEN Tn Ogden yesterday $58,350 was add ed to the toial subscribed for Liberty bonds, which now stands at $889,850. There were 22S subscription.- Ogden'fl exact apportionment is $1,370,000. which Is 65 per cent subscribed. It has been estimated that there are 5,000 people in Ogden who are able to loan their money to the govern ment To date there have been 2,941 who have subscribed. Several days more will be allowed the remainder of this 5.000 to subscribe and then the "loan slackers" will be weeded out and the names published, so that the people may see who is able but un willing to support the government. Brigham City now lacks but $3,250 of its apportionment of $175 000, and it is quite safe to predict that this deficit will be made up today. Re ports submitted to Secretary Stilwell this morning showed that a total of $171,750 had been subscribed in Brig ham City by 1,757 subscribers. This is Box Elder county's record. The general average amount sub scribed during the campaign has been $300. The average yesterday was somewhat lower, being $210. Chairman A. G. Foil of the loan committee, said today he was confi dent the city would "go over" with full credit. Many interested in the cam paign exprc:- d the hope that the rec ords today would show the city to be past the million-dollar mark If this is done $110,150 will have to be sub scribed today. A Liberty loan meeting was held last night in the Kanesville meeting house, under auspices of the women's committee of the Council of Del. Speeches were made by Bishop George Green of Kanesville and Mrs. Amelia Flygare of Ogden. A good sized crowd attended. The two following tables show yesterday'- Individual results and the total number of subscribers yesterday and for the whole campaign up to last evening Yesterday. Total. First National $13 500 $155,000 Ogden Savings 1,050 38.150 Utah National 25,450 375.450 Ogden State 9,460 133.600 Pingree National 3,250 86,200 Securitv State 2.050 40,100 Commercial National . 3.600 61.300 Total $58,350 $889,850 Yesterday Total. F,r National 30 464 Ogden Savings 16 343 Utah National 24 389 Ogden State 58 682 Pingree National 38 ':'. Security State 9 259 Commercial National ...53 425 I Total 228 2941 oo FREE ENTEBTIIOT Given by tho Brotherhood of the 1 American Yeomen tonight at Odd Fel lows hall. Everybody invited. Advertisement. r. OGDEN I theatre The World's "Most Beautiful Burglar" j , A the Star Who Captured the Nation m I Y MADGE KENNEDY in - "THE DANGER GAME" A Story of Melodramatic Daring. I 1 Also HAROLD LLOYD I RS! iTs A w,ld ufe I wmmt And PATHE SCENIC j Jg From 2 to 11 p. m. 5c and 15c. '' Sadgb Kehnedv. OeMwyn tictur Star. B J I WORLD S MARKETS V NEW YORK, April 24. Gains ox tending from 1 to 2 points in Reading, Anaconda and Inspiration Coppers. Sumatra Tobacco and Loose-Wllefl Biscuit were the distinguishing feat ures at the opening of today's stock market. Otherwise changes were lim ited to fractions, mainly upward. The motor group was Irregular and spec ialties manifested variable tondem i Dealings were light, interest again centering in the war situation. Liberty bonds yielded slight 1 Petroleums and minor war Issues were included among the stronc r stocks of the early period but an abrupt reversal set in on announce ment of Germany's fresh offensive in France, Motors were most vulnerable 'breaking l1- to 5 points, accompanied i by adverse dividend rumors. Ship-j ; pings also reacted 1 to 2 points and by l noon little remained of tho initial rise. I The only striking exceptions wore fer- i ' tilizers and Sumatra Tobacco at over- j night gains of 1 to 3 points. Liberty I bond 3'S sold at $98.96 to 99.04: first Us at $96.62 to 96. 6S and second 4's at $96.64 to 96.75. ; , . Chicago Quotations I v CHICAGO. April 24 Stiengtn ae-j veloped in the corn market today as 'a result of falling off in arrivals from the country and owing to lack of of ferings. It took but little buying to, i bring about a sharp advance. Favor able weather had only a transient I bearish elfect. Opening prices, which 'varied from unchanged figures to c 'lower with May $1.27Ji and July $1 49 to 1 49. were followed by an upturn all around, especially in July. Demand from the seaboard helped to lift oats. There was no pressure to I sell. After opening a shads off to Vic I advance, prices scored material gains. Provisions averaged lower with hoc- Trade was chief! v in lard and ribs. Weakness in provisions continued in the late dealings influenced by ad viees from packing house in the west. CHICAGO QUOTATIONS. Open High Low Close ! Corn May 1 27' i 1.27 1.27 Vi 1.27 i July 149 1.50 1.48 1.49 Oats Mav 84 .85 .83 .84 Julv .74. .75 .74 .71 I Pork 'May 47.50 47 55 47 35 47.45 jJulv .... 47.40 47.15 47.15 Lard Mav 25.Dii 25.H7 24.82 24. S2 Julv 25.30 25.37 25 17 25.17 Ribs Mav 23.07 23 07 22.80 22.80 July 23.60 23.60 23 35 23.35 OGDEN LIVESTOCK. UNION STOCK YARDS, OGDEN. April 24, C TTLE Receipts, 29S; market, steady; choice steers, $11 00 112 50; good. $8.00fj9.00; feeders, $7 00 1 I ft 9.00; choice cows and heifers, $9.50; ; lHir to good 6.00 g 7 50 tanner.-. 25 15.75; feeder cows, $5.006.50, veal calves. $90Ti lo.OO; cb0jce bull.-. 75 ft8.50. lit ic;S Receipts 101; market, slightly lower; tops, $17. 0o; bulk of, i sales, $17.00. . SHEEP Receipts. 1382; market, steadv; lambs, $17.00, ewes. S9.0U 10.50. ' OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. April 24 HOGS Re ceipts 9300; market 10ft 15c lower. Heavv $16.4016.85; mixed $16.75; light ?lfr.S5ft 17.25; pigs $12 0013.5"; I bulk $16.50T 16.80. CATTLE Receipts 6200; market steady. Native steers $12 0017.05; cows and heifers $9.00fj 13 50; cows and hellers $9.00 13 50; western steers $10.0014.50; Texas steers $9.5011.50; cows and heifers $9.00 11.00; canners $7. 508.75; stockers and feeders $8.0012 50; calves $10 00 G 13 00; bulls, stags, etc , $8.50012.60. SHEEP Receipts 9600; market steady to lower. Yearlings $15 00 3 17.5m, wethers $14.5017.00; ewes $14 00-5 16 75; lambs $20.00'521.65. CHICAGO HOG MARKET. CHICAGO. April 24 Liberal re ceipts led to a decided setback today in the value of hoes. Cattle and sheep were also fairly plentiful. HOGS Receipts 26.000; market slow, 15 to 20c under yesterday's av er age. Bulk $16 85(Tj 17.40; light $1690 fil7 50: mixed $16.6017.45; heavy $15.8517.10; rough $15.85'516.30; pigs $13.00 ,') 17.15 Make tone of sheep weak. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. April 24. HOGS Receipts 16,000; market low er. Bulk $17.10(517.40; heavy $17.10 U 17 40; packers and butchers $17.30 117 55; light 817.86017.55; pigs $13.50 ' 17.00. CATTLE Receipts 12,000; market 1 .steady. Prime fed steers $16,251? WINNERS II SPEAKING CONTEST AT TRE ' HIGH SCHOOL An ext enipomneous speaking con test was held i his morning a! Uie Og den high school to determine the stu dent who will represent the school in the elimination contest against Weber and finally In the state contest The winners this morning were Marion Chez Charles Balch, Howard Gray and Marjorie Thom.i- Their subjects re spectively were "Women's Part in the War" 'The Airplane in the War "Our Internal Enemies and What Should bo Done with Them," and "Why We Went to War " The contest was held under direc tion of Miss Beulah Brown, Instructor In oral expression at the high school. Tin' participants were given the title Of their subject just one hour before they wepe to ;,prak and were allowed thai much time to prepare a speech The c unpei it Ion with Weber's team Will bt held early next week and the winners of that contest will go to Salt Lake to eompete in the state content tn be held at the university on May 3 and 4. There will be a eontest in dramatic reading at the high school on Monday morning, aeil und the winner of that contest will ,ilo compete with Weber Normal college for a place in the state meet of May 3 and 4. Preparations are under way at. the hih BChOOl for the treat annual tri angular debate. This debate is yearly held between Ogden hitrh, Box Elder high and Weber Normal college. In previous years it has been customarv to send the winning team to Salt Lako to compete in the state debating con test but this will not be done this year. The debate will be held next Tues day. Ocden high school's negative team, cnnsisiint nf Marjorie Thomas and Charles Balch, will debate Brig ham, and Ogden's affirmative team, consisting of Howard Gray and Lewis Wallace, will debate Weber. This con test is for the supremacy of the north ern high school division. 17.25; dressed beef steers $15.00T, 16.50; western steers $14 0017.25, cows 57.75 .'13 75, heifers $9.00fj 14.00. bulls 18.60018.00; calves $8.00 Tt 14. on. SHEEP Receipts 8000; market steady. Lambs $20.5021 75. yearlings $16.50'o 18.00; wethers $15.0017. 0"; ewes $16.00(j 16.75. UTAH STOCKS Quotations Furnished Over tho Prlvati Wire of J. A. Hoglc A Co., 2409 Hudcon Avenue. Bank Stocks. Trading Improves on Mining Market. Rexall, New Quincy and Rico Ar gentine All Sell Heavy The trading on the Salt Lake Mining exchan-' . W ednesday was somewhat improved o . r that of Tuesdav, and a few of the issues sold very heavy. This was most noticable on Rexall, New Quincy and Rico Argentine. I.vxall -lart.-d the fireworks by sell ing from 56 down to 53 cents and then jumping back to 57 cents for the clos ing sales, the sales were also rather heavy, there being close on to 5000 shares of stock transferred Iron Blossom was a cent higher, sell ing 1100 shares at 36 and 36' cents, while Michigan 1 iah went back up to 13 cents on the final session, and sold 1000 shares of stock. New Quincy was about the heaviest trader on the market selling ll.O'iO shares of it's security at Gi and 6. and closed with these prices, bid and ask. Rico Argentine was another active issue, selling on the half cent fluctua lion and transfered 5000 shares of stock. Silver Kinc Loal sold down to $1.57 this being a new low. Walker was rather weak, making it's two sales at $1 60 and $1.62 seller 60 days. The closing sales and quotations are as follows. Closing Sales for April 24thr 1918. Quotations furnished over the pri vate wire of J. A. Hogle & Co . 240y Hudson avenue. Alta Con. 1500 at 18c. American Con. 500 at 11c. Bullion Mining, 5000 at IV Columbus-Rexall. 2100 at 56c, 100 at 55c; 300 at 54c; 1200 at 53c; 1050 at 57c; 100 at 55c; 100 at 56c; Seller 60 days. Howell Mining. 2050 at 10'j. Iron Blossom. 1000 at 36c; 100 at 36Ac. Lehi Tintic 1000 at 3a, c New Quincy, 9000 at 6c; 2000 at -Michigan Utah, 1500 at 13c. Prince Consolidated, 200 at 55c; 100 at 54 c. Rico Argintine. 1000 at 1 V. 1000 at 4Mc: 3000 at 4c. Silver King Coal. 600 at $1.57. Silver King Con 100 at $2.02 Vi; 15 at $2 15. Whirlwind Mining, 1000 at 2ViC Walker Mining, 1000 at $1.60; seller 60 days, 200 at $162'2. seller 60 days. Bank Stocks. Deseret. National. $297 bid; $301 asked. Farmers and Stockgrowers, $80 asked. First National Ogden. $390 asked. McCornick ft Co., $290 bid. ( National Bank of Republic, $240 bid. $245 asked. National City, $175 asked. . ; Don't Neglect your stomach Keep it strong and well When food disa grees with it, strengthen it with BEECHAN'S PILLS Lftrrwt Sale of Anr Mediciae im the World. Sold T.rrwhero. la boxes, 10c 21. J National Copper. $135 bid. Ogden State, $450 bid. Security State, $165 asked. Utah State National, $212 asked. U. Sav. & Trust, $103 bid. Walker Bros.. $235 bid, $237 asked, Zlons Sav. & Trust, $340 asked. Industrial Stocks. Amalgamated Sugar, $20 asked. Cement Securities, $114 asked. Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co., $107 bid. Homo Fire Insurance, $327 asked. independent Coal. 95c asked- Lion Coal, $89 bid; $91 asked. Mountain States Telephone, $100 bid lfi.; ;i k"d Ogden Packing & Provision, $105 asked. Utah Idaho Sugar, $8.90 asked. Z C. M. I . $123 50 bid. $126 asked. SUGAR. NEW YORK, April 21 Raw ugar steady; centrifugal 6 005c; fine granu-1 lated 7 45c. LEGAL NOTICES PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES Consult County Cierk or the Retpec tlv Glgners for Further .nformatlon. NOTICE. Estate and guardianship of John Peter Alcuyet, Marie Jeanne Alcuyet and John Alcuyet, minors. The petition of Peter Lambert, pray- ( ing for the appointment of J. H. Riley as guardian of the estate of John Peter Alcuyet, Marie Jeanne Alcuyet and John Alcuyet. minors, has been set for hearing on Monday, the 6th day of May, 1918, at 2 o'clock p m.. at the County Court House, in the court room of said court, in Ogden City, Weber county, Utah. Witness the clerk of said court, with the seal thereof affixed, this 21th day of April, 1918. (Seal) C M. RAMEY. Clerk. By Julia Flygare, Deputy Clerk. Harris & Jenson, Attorneys for Pe- titioner. NOTICE. Estate of Maggie S. Deomas, de ceased. The petition of James G. Deemas, prayinc for the issuance to himself of; letters Ol administration, in the above entitled matter, has been Bet for h'-ar ing befor Hon A W. Agee, judge, on .Monday. Ihe 6th day of May, 1918. at; 10 o'clock a. m., at the County Court House, in the court room of said eourt, in Ogden City, Weber county, Utah Witness, the clerk of said court, with the seal thereof affixed, this 24th dav of April. 1918. (Seal) C. M. RAMEY. Clerk. By Julia Flygare, Deputy Clerk. Farr & Sullivan. Chez & Stine, At-j torneys for Estate. NOTICE. Estate and guardianship of Emil Farnlund and Opal Farnlund, minors. The petition of Sarah A. Farnlund. praying for the appointment of herself as cuardian of the persons and estate' Of Emil Farnlund and Opal Farnlund, minors, has been set for hearing on Monday, the 6th day of May. 1918. at in o'clock a. m.. at the County Court House, in the court room of said court, in Ogden City, Weber county. Utah. Witness the clerk of said court, with the seal thereof affixed, this 2ltb day of April, 1918. (Seal) . M. RAMEY Clerk. By Julia Flygare, Deputy Clerk. Harris & Jenson, Attorneys for Petitioners. NOTICE Instate of Bernardo Landa. deceased. The petition of Kirlo ndall Under taking company, a corporation, for the appointment of R. A. Moves as admin istrator, in the above entitled matter, has been set for hearing before Hon. A. E. Pratt. jiidj.-e. on Monday, the 6th day of May. 1918. at 2 o'clock p r.. at the County Court House, in the' court room of said court, in Ogden City. WTeber county, Utah. Witness, the clerk of said court, with the seal thereof affixed, this 24iii day of April, 1918. (Seal) C. M. RAMEY Clerk, j Bv Julia Flygare, D.puiv rjerk. A. G. Horn. Attorney for Petitioner NOTICE. Estate of Joseph Pratt, deceased. The petition of James Kay and Ma gie Kay, praying for an order and de cree terminating the life estate of Joseph Pratt, deceased, in and to the real property situate in Weber county. State of Utah, and described as fol lows, to- wit . A part of the northwest quartn of section nine (')), township six (6) north, range one (1) west of the Salt Lake meridian, described as follows Commencing at the southeast cor ner of said quarter sertion and run ning thence west 19.62 chains, thence north 14.38 chains, thence south 89' degrees east 18.96 chains thence south 2i degrees east 14 30 chains. to( the place of beginning Also the following described right-of-way: (Commencing at the northwest corner of the southeast quarter of sec tion nine (9). township six (6) north, range one (1) west, of the Salt Lake meridian, thence east 12 leet. thence south 40 rods, thence west 12 feet, thence north 40 rods to beginning, in the above entitled matter, has been set for hearing on Monday, the 6th day of May. 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the County Court House, in the court j room of said court, in Ogden City, Weber county, Utah, and an order has been made directing you and all oth ers interested in said estate to show causo on said .date, If any there be, why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the rlerk of said court with the seal thereof affixed, this 24th davj of April. 1918. (Seal) C. M. RAMEY. Clerk. By Julia Flvgare. Deputy Clerk. Harris & Jenson. Attorneys for Petl- I tioners. NOTICE. Estate of Sidney Stevens, deceased.' The petition of Mary' Jane Stevens. praying for the issuance to herself of letters of administration, in tho above entitled matter, has been set for hear- . ing before Hon A. W. Agee, judge, on Monday the 6th day of May, 1918. at, 10 o'clock a. m., at the County Court House, in the court room of said court, ) in Ogden City, Weber county. Utah. Witness, the clerk of said court, wkn the seal thereof affixed this 21lh day of April, 1918. (Seal) C. M. RAMEY. Clerk. By Julia Flvgare. Deputy Clerk H. A. Soderberg. Attorney for Teti Uon Eat Potatoes ONE HUNDRED POUNDS ONLY 75c Some states now have flour cards and a limited amount of flour is allowed each person per month. Utah people can avoid the necessity for such regulations through the use of more potatoes. They are cheap in price and the quality is good. Farmers have them to sell, but if they are not used the next few weeks they will be worthless. The food administration urgently requests that every one use more potatoes. They are bread. PALMOLIVE SOAP. 10c Palmolive Soap is very expensive at present. We may not stock it again. One of the wholesale? concerns recently quoted Palmolive soap at $1.35 per dozen. Our price on present stock is not so high: One bar 10c, one dozen bars $1.20. Not more than a dozen bars to a cus tomer. JERGENS TOILET SOAPS We have a good assortment of Jergen's Soaps in stock, and a thousand dollars worth more in transit at the old price. When it is gone no doubt the next will sell for 15c. 15c Bars Jergen's Bath Tablet Soap, including Peroxide, Oatmeal and most perfumes, 4 bars for 30c 1 Box 8 Bars Jergen's Assorted Toilet Soaps 39c Large bar Jergen's Cocoa Buttermilk Soap, box. ... 5c 4 Bars Ivory Soap, 25c; 10 bars Ivory Soap 55c 4 Bars P. & G. Naptha Soap, 25c; 10 bars P. & G. . . 60c 10 Bars Bob White Soap, 45c; 100 bars for $4.50 DON'T DELAY If you plan to buy a case of soap soon, don't delay. Our present stock will soon be gone and then soap prices will be very high all over town. TEA, GOOD TEA Are you, like many others, paying 10c more for a package of tea than formerly? Or do you use ROYAL GARDEN TEA? We are told that our tea is the only tea on the market with unaltered quality that is sold at before the war prices. 35c 1 2-lb carton, 25c; 65c 1-lb carton 50c No. 10 PURE LARD, $2.89 No. 10 pails Cudahay's or local pure lard at a very low I price considering the present markets. Our stock is fresh I and sweet. Get a pail before it is gone, at $2.87 8 POUNDS Y. A. CHEESE, 28c Sold either by the half or whole cheese, 4 to 8-lb. lots at per pound 28c Use more cheese. It's cheaper than meat. MORE FLOUR SUBSTITUTES We now have Oat Flour and Barley Flour. These I are the two best substitutes. Either one makes good I bread ''one. Oat Flour makes the best pastry possible to pro B duce. Try it. j 9-lb. Sack White Barley Flour, 80c; 25 lbs $2.20 S I 9-lb. Sack Oat Flour, 90c; 25 lbs.. $2.35 I 10-lb. Sack Vitamin Corn Flour, either white or yellow 69c I I 25-lb Sack Vitamin Corn Flour, either white or yellow $1.65 I Let our drayman deliver your big order. We pay I I the drayage as far as eight blocks out on all orders of I $10.00 or more. SKAGGS' CASH STORES I Stores: 24th and Grant 26th and Washington. Government License G32932. SHIP CONTRACTS I ARE BEING PLACED WASHINGTON, April 21 Contracts for 22 steel freighters of a total of 20-1,600 tonnage were let today by the emergency fleet corporation. The ships will be built at San Francisco, and Wilmington. N I The ships will be of tht I.-hirwood tvpe Twelve will be of 9600 tons each' and others 9400. The contracts went to the L'nion Construction companv ol San Francisco and the Carolina ShiJ building company of W llmington. Contracts for four 150 feet sea-goin? tugs and for three 3500 ton wood ship vvere also awarded. Whitney Brother; of Superior, Wis., will build the and the Wilson Shipbuilding compaa) j ol Astoria, Ore, the wood ships. oo Coming, Margery Wilsor in 'The Law of the Great Northwest' at the Cozj theatre. ("IT'S A LIE" . ELSIE FERGUSON Is Playing at the ALHAMBRA TODAY AND TOMORROW I If you want to see a picture of extra artcraft quality see this one it is no lie. h II - J