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IOGDEHHTES ME ELATED 1 OVER IMIi OIL FIELD Geo. J. Reeder. L. Pruett and Roy Allison of The Tub Oil & Gas Company have Just returned from a visit to fheir property and are full of oil and oil talk. The boys took twenty -seven j pictures of adjoining wells, tanks, j drill rlpi and oil pools and stream which stand a ;i rati evidence that j Wyoming Is an oil country. They also I photognrphed the coal mine on the property. The last well brought la by their ' nelRhbors. the Bair Oil company, a week ago. flowing at the rate of 50" ' barrels per day and Is only 600 feet j deep. J When this well rame in the oil got , away from the drillers and filled up J i the creek for miles and caused the j! company to lose $12,500. 'J The boys brought baek with them jj; samples of oil taken from the creek i and sump holes. 1 Three of these bottle? were labeled j and signed by prominent business men I of Ogden and photographs were Jaken jj of these same vessel being filled at J the sump holes, j Tlx pipe line i nearly ill laid and j the Bair companv expect to he pump- Ji ing oil through the same in the next , week. This pipe will carry 5000 bar- J rels per day. A telephone line is also I h. ing put In alone this pipe line of i 43 miles to Ft Steels. Jj While in Woinin:: three ton truck j was purchased and another bargained j for to haul pipe and material to the j fields. Ray Allison will have charge of the truck work. ' "The excitement in Rawlins can jjl only be appreciated by a visit," says i I Mr. Reoder. as near! erery oil com- H pany of the east Is now represented l" in this district. 3 The air smells of oil. The ground u is so covered It is hard to walk with j cood clothe ovr the Bair Oil com- T pany's propertj 1 While away, a rlsll was marie to, J the U. s. Petroleum, the The Last Sol- I dler Co.. and an Ohio oil company's' li properties, also Ogden I'etroleum's p; From rtie property of the Cub Oil, Bj & Gas company ten drill rigfl can be II seen strung along the horizon. H The company expects to begin drill-! H lng operations within the next three weeks and Mr. L, Pnictt says he ex- I pects to hae oil to sell within slxt I days from the time the rig is set up.1 I no I Mountain View H Cemetery Lot owners should place orders for j H Water and care without delay. The H campaign for improvements now on. ! Advertisement. saw 1 H OO LESLIE GWILLEAM IS EXPECTED HOME LaH kZTTTL H of the fiercest fighting in the war H! zone is again on American soli. Le Hj He (; willl, mi, member of the CUBOOI j 34Sth battalion. whi h. In one of the H hottest battles of the war. losi most H of Its numbers, is now in New York I f City, according to telegram re H r.ed Ins' eenn- hv his mother. Mrs. O. P. Gwilllam of 2641 Monroe H avenue, this H Leslie OwlUiam Is oue of the best j known boys of Ogden and when he H went into the army m May. he H little evpocted to be In the thickest of j the fitrhtlnc in as short a time after- H wart However, he was transferred H from his original machine gun com- H Pany to a company In the Sfttjh bat- H talion and went into his first battle H on September 20, In the Argonnr fnr B est, where for days he. with the pth H ers. fought HeWel) and sur-rredrrl In H sweeping the Germans before them. H The young man eame back with the H till division and expects soon to be H at his home In Osden. pmmmmmmmmw - oq - WORK AND PLAY "You say you have quit plavlni. politics LLaS i "Yo-" B,(1 Senator Sorghum: "t H nve quit playing politics and gone BIG NOVELTY BILL TODAY B A Show Queen of the Sea and Her School of Pacific Coaat Sea Lionj Ettra Added Attraction PAUL PEREIRA Ba and his trmg quintette LAWRENCE (Noodlet. PAGAN and ELSIE HUGO LUTGENS PAUL RONDAS 1 MUTT nd JEFF Three ihowi daily. Price 15c. 25c H 35c. Matlnesa 15c, 25c. , Garden and Flower H Seeds at Grout's Seed Store IT IS TIME TO PLANT 1 iomt choice Gladiolaa and Canna l 3u,b glven.wlth all teed ordera of H 5 1 CO r , ' JOHN FAULKNER IS LAID TO REST j ' . . i r r ..?J"'" John Faulkner. Jr., who-e untimely j death occurred at three o'clock last Tuesday morninc whin he fell from jhe train ahout a mile and a half eats) of Lcho. was laid to rest in the Ogden City cemetery this afternoon at 2 o'clock following funeral services In the Lindquist chapel. John Faulkner was the son of John Fnu'kner, Sr . and Itrs. Fannie Faulk ner Ludwig and the parents with the following brothers and sister?, snr ive; Jessie Faulkner, Fnink Faulk ner, Mrs Nora Wilson and Mrs. Lena Van Komcn. LOSES HI OVERCOAT A soldier who left his army overcoat in the Fnlon Station In Ogden, while passing through here recently, write front Sal! Lake to the Red Cross to assist him In finding the missing ar ticle. A letter was received from Sergeant James re Boid of Salt Lake, asking for the assistance of the Red Cross in locating the coat, which he says is marked in the back with U K. oo MINISTERS MEET The ministers represe nt ing the var loua churches In the city convened yc-sterday afternoon at tne University 1 dub and made arrangements for the celebration of Holy week. Rev J. B. Carver, president of the j ministerial society, acted as chairman. In an election which was held to name officers for the coming year, Rev. Christian R. Carver was chosen president, and Rev Godfrey .Wat thews was elected secretary. The" next, ' meeting of the ministers will take place at the Cnivetsity club, April 14. John R. Dunn Speaks On Christian Science (Continued from page 10.) nowr falling optimist that ho nut ev ery recital of calamity with the oom forling words. "Well, well, it might have been worse"? This custom of his aroused the Ire of one of his : friends, an avowed pessimist, who re solved to put an end to it Meeting I him t oon after, said the pessimist his friend. "I dreamed about you l?sr night a most horrible dream and when you have heard it, I know JOU ! cannot say that It might have been wor And then lie told of his up posed dream, graphically picturing his friend perishing In the torments of everlasting fire, and making the story las horrible as possible When lie finish-.1. the other thought for a moment, land then said. Well, that nncht have I been worse " How might it hae been .worse?" echoed his astonished friend. "lt might have been true," said the j other. I And so we think about the theory jof everlasting punishment. How ter rible, unthinkable, it would be If it 'were true Christian Science, however. I revealing an all-powerful creator who II ever-present Love, shows that such conrept Is too bad to be true. ' STOLEN The parties who took the Belgian' Hares from 2419 Monroe the night of April 2d were seen and are known. To avoid trouble please return them at once. COL. J. A. HOWELL HII ON TOE Bill Col. j. a. Howell of Ogden is now "Ith the 1 hlrty-srcond division troops , In the army of occupation at Coblenz. Cfcrmany, according to a letter re'i jcelvod recently by Mr Howell, ho Ha at the family residence. 2561 Or i chard avenue Th letter was I marked 'Rengsdorf, Germany." Col Howell I judge Advocate of the di vision. In his letter tho colonel men Mona the fact that th. Stars and 'Stripes are now floatlne: over the ram parts of Khrenbreltstein. ne of th most Impregnable fort reuses tnat was maintained by the imperial German ' government. This fortress was known las the Gibraltar of the Rhine Col Howell nays in his letter ' Our heerta' desire, when we en- j , tred the war, of marching Into Bar jlln will not be rrattfted. bat we hae the satlaf action of knowing tht we could. If there were any nerd for it. mmm c&mms smm ziMM! mm mMm mmm -mmm mismm ji Jones' I ' I Jones' 'i- I Shoes Wlcnert pumps and oxfords not to be surpassed in style, oi I f't. quality and comfort. For every occasion. Your at SnOeS I j tention is directed to a few recent arrivals. a j In black" or brown kid and gg 'ac Colonial, GZfElgk Washington Ave. CMW a I I Shoes for Men Children Women -i P w msmmmmsm mmim mmsm vwmmvm:- l . ; omsm JOHN L HICK IS RETURNING FROM ! HIS MISSION , John L. Herrlck. accompanied bv his family, passed through Ogden this morninc rnronfe from Denver to Salt Lake, where, it is stated, he will be released as the president of Ihe West crn Sretrs Mission, a post he has fill M with Rreat satisfaction to the -hurch and members for the past ten 1 years. I Mr. nerrick vflj return to Ogden to resume his business in real estate and .Insurance with the firm of Kellv fc i Herrlck. In connection with the release of Mr. Herrick. it is stated that the church la releasing Monnon. of the eastern mission, Robinson of the Cali fornia mission and all the other presi- dents who have served several vears as mission presidents. RETURNS FROM THE CASPER. M. FIELD Joseph K Storey, county clerk, has returned from Casper." Wvomln. where he went following the "receipt I of the telegram announcing that oil, had been struck In the KargoOll com pany's holdings Afr Storev said the1 company had struck oil in the well, being driven and that the well hud been capped and another hole was be ing unk. He expressed confidence in the ultl-, mate success of the propert . OGDEN LIVESTOCK mu cd. Articles of Incorporation of (he Of-J den Livestock Commission companv; were filed with the county clerk this I morning The capital is $t0.Kt with' shares of the par value of $100 each. " The company is organized to conduct ' a general livestock business of bur- lng and selling The officers, director and incorpo rators are the following well known livestock men of the cli l'. H Hall, president : W I Norton vice prettdentt. John Halls, secretary I treasurer; William Gottlieb, manager j and W. R Frazier. assistant secretary. L. JL BORITT IS FOOi iOT GUILTY L. A. Burnett, charged with havinc liquor in his possession, was found not guilty by a Jury in the city court late yesterday afternoon. The charge, according lo Deputy Sherifi" W. If. Mrown. against Burnett, alleged that he had a bottle in his .possession at a dance last Tue.-day night and that he permitted two-girls to drink from the same. The ease occupied the attention of, the r ourt throughout the greater part of the day. The forenoon was taken up In the securing of the Jury Few' witnesses- were examined in the afternoon. oo RETURNS FROM THE IR ZONE H Dale Phillips returned to Ocden yesterday afternoon, after having spent several monthe in France with the forces from the United States. Phillips, who is rery well known in Ogden. returned to this country as a casual He spent several months in army hospitals before leceivmc hK discharge. He was connected with the 44th service company of the sig nal corps, a unit of the American first army. ELDER ROBERTS TO SPEIK Oil sour Elder B. H Roberts of Salt Lake City will be the rpeaker in the taber nacle Sunday evening. April C. at T Q ' o'clock. A Kood musical program has been arranged. Inrludlcg several numbers he Tabernarjr hoir The meeting wll be held In lieu of Ihe regular conjoint meeting In the various wards of Weber stake, and 1 tll be conducted by rae Eleventh j ard association. Read the Claesified Ade. oo Head the Classified Ada. ' oo- atead the Clasalflv) Ads. CHILDREN OF SCHOOL SDOPT I FRENCH ORM The Sixth grade class of the found Fort school of Ogden has adopted a j French orphan This class has taken such keen lnterr.,1 in the fatherless children of France that it has lent I voluntary subscription to Mrs. J B. I Whitehill, chairman of the state com mlttee with headquarters in Salt ! I LaMte. Miss Dorothy Brown also sent I in a subscription, according to the I announcements of the state commit tee. Governor Simon Bamberger and tho state council of defense have endorsed the movement to aid the fatherless! children of France. There an "m , of these children in France, who have lost fathers In the war and are in i need of food, clothing and shelter. To I'tah has been alloted t.fOO of Uieee homefeei and helpless victims of the war. It is believed that the ; state will more than take care of its allotment. The cost of caring for one such child for a ear is $36.50, which can be paid by the subscriber who dopf.s a child as Is convenient. It need not all be paid at one time, but can be made in installments through the year, in pro rata nionthh pay- ( tnents if desired Governor Bamber ger has stated that he will adopt the thousandth child. oo DRJTORId CONTEST Miss Catherine Becker and Miss; Almioa Bagley won first and second i places respectively, at the try-outs held 1 yesterday afternoon at the ocden hich srhool for places on the team to rep resen' that school In the Rich ora l torlcal contest The contest will be held at the tabernacle in the near fu ture. The Judges of yesterday' contest i were Mrs Edward Rlchscl. Rov Cod frey Matthews and Mrs. George por- I kins. Read ;he Classified Ada oo 1 Read the Classified Ads. 1 1 WEBER CAMP f icj MOST SUCCESSFUL J 1 mm At the regular meeting of WebeS " i' -i. last oni'i. t .nt .lppllcatlons f9 I". membership were presented, maklnffl total of ovii -jn.. n' members rfl calved durlnc this campaign. ' I The i pusH I r .' 'S e Ail! oe iciiueafl A large class of new members 1H L-e taken over the trail riett Thursdafl ening .rn.i a lsitln d legation fro&S afl I endanco with some new choppers, m j E Saturday evening the members ofl ' i" ; ' .i n. i 1 1), if f,.,. ,ind prosS ef.- members will dance at tbrttffl all Th affair la c , he membership and ihetr friends. I T "COMMON CLAY" HAS TEARS LAUGHS THRILLS 8 ','. ' m- ; aSflBL ey aLSw ; Is One of the many big icenca in A. H. Wood' big special picture. "COMMON CLAY." which ran as the sensation of the year in New York, coming to the Orpheum Theatre open- ing next Sunday at 5 p. m. with a special musical program.