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I b THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL T4, T919.
I for Subscription and Advertising department. Call Phon No. 69. RANDOM REFERENCES 1 Small Blaze Plre occurred Satur day evening about 9 o'clock at the home of Rufus Garner, assistant post masUr. :'7u Washington avenue. Due to the quick response ot the fire Ac- parlmenl. the flumes were extinguish !' ed before serious damage was done. The accidental tipping over or an oil l tove was given as the cause of the H Clean rags wanted' at The Standard office. ' Third Ward The Mutual Improve- ment association of the Third ward 1 conducted a -peace league service" 'nst night ai the regular Sunday ere i Jting meeting, a special patrioti pro 1 siam was renderrd. Professor T Karl J Pardoe was the Chief speaker of the miug and Miss Minnie Moore Pi own I rendered a patriotic reading. There ere also vocal solos by Misa Mildred Ware, Mr. Hilton and Kd Saunders, i and .tn instrumental duel by Mr and I Mrs. Jesse II. Draper j Ice Pure distilled artificial only. M L. Jones Coal & Ice Co. Phone 1603. 2568 I Howard Swaner "Will arrive MOD day; well;' was the very brief mcs H sage received yesterda by Mr and J Mrs. Heber Swaner, 3174 Washington avenue, from their son Howard, in i forming them that Ihelr son had left France and was on his way to Amor I lea. The dispatch was sent from the ' Transport Floridan. He is a memh c ! of the 362nd infantry of the 91st dii i'l -mn. Young Swaner was twice wound t ed. one wound being in his arm and the other in the side of his head. Old papers for sale. Ogden Stand ard. I Changes Positions Marcellus Smith, H fnrmer instructor of musk at tin Og (r n high school and who ha- I" I D tor the past few months connected with th Ogden Phonograph exchange, an nounced last ev nin that he had sev eied bis connection with tho exchange and will accept a position With the i Gflen Bros. -Roberts Music company. I . . . H Ql'ICK messenger service. Phone 502. 1 Soldier Visitors Two BOldiei boj I who hae seen a year's service in France are visiting in Ogden at the home of Mr. and Mrs II W. K. im- i. 21G Twenty-seventh -iri Stan II Scott, a sergeant in tho l",hth nai H neers. u m i I recently mustered out, la I the brother ot Mrs. Reimer. and he has II with him a lium. James Aimln, also a sergeant in the 156th i nginet rs. The boys arp to leave Ogden next Thurs- i day for San Diego where they will visit with Sergeant Aimin'a mother. Both H have some interesting stories to t 11 H of overseas duty. Call 22 for Taxi or Transfer service 1557 I Children's Aid At the home of Mi.. H Y G. Ialrmpk on Adams avenue, next Wednesday aftornoon the Chil H dren's Aid son. ty will hold Its annual H op.n meeting tu which all members of I the society and all interosted in Its work are invited. A speaker of ability j from the Utah Agricultural college will give an address on child welfare. I Vou may like some kinds of butter i; half the time and some other kinds of butter the other half of tho timo, but you'll like B. & G. Butter all the time. j For the Bonds At a recent me ting of the Child Culture club the entire I membership voted to support the Og den city school bonds and the sewer i Clean rags wanted tt the Standard office. Sues for $1500 The Evona Invest ment company has filed suit in the district court against Edith P. McGulre to recover $1500 alleged to be due upon a promissory note which is secured by a mortgage. Buy -what photographs vou need and Buy Now of G. W. Tripp, 320 Ms 25th street "The photographer In your town." 1590 Keyes Estate Thomas D. Perrlns has filed a petition for letters of ad ministration in the probate division of the district court, in the matter of the estate of Jennie James Keyos, de ceased. The petition states that thy properly is valued at $1000. Cash paid for Liberty Bonds. C H. Smith, 278-25th St. 2965 Burglarized W. A. James and Pa li olraan Ezra Farr surprised each oth er In Lbe Russell James store at Twenty-fourth street and Lincoln avenue, shortly before 11 o'clock last night! Both thought the othor was a burglar nd then upon investigation found that tbn store had been burglarized. Plant Now. Hardy babv breath for --rry garden. Dumkc Floral. 25-W. Butler Estate Elizabeth Butler has filed in the probate division of tho dis trict coutr a petition for letters of ad ministration In the matter of the es tate of Ormand H. Butler, who died March 19. 1919, as the result of in juries received when run down bv an Oregon Short Lino train. Tho estate QOIUMtfl of $82 cash. The heirs aro the petitioner and six children. I WANTED Paper of April 5th at 1 Standard office. I Marriage License Ralph E. Racker J and Erma Anderson, both of Ogden J were granted a marriage licenso at the 4 county clerk's oftlce this morning. '3 Lecture upon health bv Dr. H Wln- H zell. Tuesday, April 16th, 1C3 22nd St. a 2: SO p. m. 2002 jl Sentenced. Sam Folaoin. acre-sled e- : '"i. lay by Deputy Brown of the aher H ifr'a office at the Union depot as ho 3 wa lea-vinc a train comJnjr from Er- il &n?tod for having one quart of alcohol M In his posaewion, was fined $.0 or rm- H jtenced to 60 days in the county JU, I'y Judge D. R. Robert thla morning. M Second Divorce If you don't buc-I m cfeed try and try again, appears to be the manner jn which Susana Bowman ihns viewed her niarrfsge to Jamca Bowman, of this city. She was divorced from him once and then they wore re married, and now she is asking for a divorce the second tlmo upon tho grounds of cruelty and inhuman con duct. Transferred The case of tho Oro gon Lumber company against the C. H Strvonon Lumber company, was transferred tn the seventh Judicial dis triri court in Carbon count, by tn order issued by JudRe A. E. PniM this morning. From Montana Mr and Mrs. R. C. Sloan of Browning. Mont., who have been to the east on nn extended sipht Being irlp. ar.- stopping In Ogden, ITlsiting Miss Mary and Miss Tommi -Searcy, teachers iu the schools hen-. Mr. Sloan is a cousin to the Searcy sisters. JENSEN Ida Blanche Jensen, daughter of Clareni c and Mary Kn- ri Jensend iod at c a m, this morning ai the horue of the grandparents, 560 Second street. The t.ab. was born in Ogden February 28, vjpt, and is -m-vivod by the parents and one sister, Mary Evelyn Jensen Funeral an nouncement later. Child Injured Little VaUghll Bl who was taking one of the hading parU in the school play. "Hansel and Gretel." which was given by the 9oC' ond grade class of thi Waahlngl tn school on Friday and Saturday nlgh's at the Ninth ward meeting huu.-e, il and hroke an ami during an intermis Slon in the Saturday night perfcrui ance. Attempted Holdup George Wilson, j:'. I" Endion avenue, reported to iti police that a shabbily dressed man attempted to hold him up about 1 o'clock on Saturday night at the cor ner of Twenty thud street and Endion avenue, as he was going to his horn. Tho man accosted him. drew a re. .1 ver and demanded that Wilson throw up his hands Wilson reported th-t his answer to the challenge was a quick sprint from the scene. He was not pursued nor fired upon by the robber. Masons to Attend Funeral Mem bers of Unity Lodge No. 18, F. A. M.. are called to be at the temple at 1 p. m. Tuesday to attend the funeral of the late Limer J. Cook, of Elko Lodge No. l5. Praises Canteen William M Grath, and A. L. Sehafer, officials of the American Red Cross, were visitor at the Red Cross canteen at the Union depot yesterday afternoon. Both ofli cials spoke in the highest praise of the work the canteen had done and is doing in assisting returning soldiers and sailors. Axevedo Youn.; Azevedo, who was In Ogden last night while en route to Salt Lake where he will box a 9ix round go tonight for the featherweight championship of the intermountain country, his apponent being Kid Dav is, Is expected to make a fast and fu rious mill. The Weber stake quarterly confer end will be h"ld next Sunday. April 20, in the Ogden tabernacle. Meetings at 10 a m. and 2 p. m. Apostle Steph en L. Richards and others will address the people This ndtice is correct. oo 11 TO FIGHT THE INJUNCTION The fooks and Waiters' I'nion No j 581 of Ogden and the individual m- m i bers who were temporarily restrained by Judge A. W. Agee from picketing the Falstaff cafe, have secured hoZ and Barker as their attorneys to rep resent them when their case is ;!l.d before Judge Agee on April 17. rt Women of American Patriots Entertained By Carlton Reiger A special entertainment was given the Women of American Patriots at their meeting yesterday, which was held in the Elks' lodge rooms, Carlton Reiger, the .singer at the Orpheum theatre with the "Mickey" picture thi3 week, having accepted an invitation to sing for the women Among the songs In ang to the great delieht of those present was the old favorite, Mother Machree" He also sang a number of other favorite selections Aside from the entertainment ren dered by Mr. Reiger, the meeting was devoted chiefly to business The but ton committee reported that 720 but tons had been sien out to returned service men from the army, navy and marine corps. Buttons will also be given to the nurses who went from Ogden and Weber county to serve in the great war. The organization still has ;i large number of the honor but tons on hand which will be given to iliu-e who are entitled to them, if thoy or their friends will apply tor them. " The W A. P 's will join with the G. A. R., Spanish American War V. t eran and tro Soldiers'. Sailors' and Marines' club of Weber county, in :he Memorial day ceremonies. The meeting esterday was preside over by Mrs J. G. Falck. president ot the organization. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY: FOR SALE WICKER baby buggy, cheap. Call No. 13 ri;yle Apts 3048 WANTED TO BUY Two r.ijjar show cases and cigar wall case. Also combination gas and coal stove. Phone 2650-R. 3047 SALESMEN WANTED CAN use two salesmen for established routes Also permanent manager for Brigham City branch Equipment fur-ni-hed. Bond required. Start work at once. Jewel Tea Co , Inc., 2642 Wash ington Ave. 3046 LOST ONE gold drop earring on street. Re ward if returned to Standard office. -00 Man; a ballroom dress in covering a warm heart reaches its limit 'CHIEF ENGINEER OF THE FOREST SERVICE IS IN OGDEN O. C Moirill, chief onmnoer of th forest service with headquarters in Washington, 1). C, is in Ogden at the local forest service headquarters In vestigating plans for the construction of the many road projretr thst the service has under consideration for construction during the eomlng sum mer. Mr. Merrill will lie in this cltj until next Thursday. He will COnfei with Hie state highway commissions of Idaho and Ctah In regard m the. oro posed road construction. Dr. E. Hughes, Inspector of roads in the western division, and District Engineer P. J Finch, also are in Og den preparing for the starting of url on roads. T S. Brock, of the crneral offices of the forest BOITlCS of Washington, is also in Ogden arranging plattf for the mapping and surveying of the na tional forests within this district. Theatres AT THE ORPHEUM. The Orpheum theater was crowded throughout the evening last night by I movie fans anxious lo see " Mickey," the picture that has been talkt-d so much about during the past wor k Th picture proved reall) to be a winner and to be practically all that has boon said. The greatest feature of the pic jture comes toward the end when "Mtc key" disguises as a Jockey and rides in a horse race, being injured Jusi ai tho finish after coming- in a winner The pr s agents l.nru that the lal. at the finish of the race was not in tended to be a prt of the picture, but ocetirrod accidentally. Mab 1 Normand. who was playing "Mickey," being in jurcd quite seriously. But the cam- ra ;n-an kept grinding away and caught a 'most thrilling scene. The horse race .was so excellent staged that it took 'he audience off its foot. There were many sighs and "ohs" as the race was on. some members of the audience fearing that perhaps "Mickey" wj.s K ing to lose. And they actual!; phi 1 red when she won. i Whether or not the press agents loll th truth and it Isn t ethical to sub ject them to accusation without proof -the picture seemed to captivate the audience Carlton Reiger, the tenor from the Hippodrome of New York, also made a hit by his singing of "Mic key," being assisted by two Ogden girls dressed in overalls to represent thv part of "Mickey." a charming harum-scarum tomboy from the far away hills HOMED E. FEI NOW IN BUSINESS FOR HIMSELF Assistant District Eorester Homer E Fenn. who has served In the l g forest service for 18 years, spending jten years of that time in charge of the grazing department in the inter- mountain district, will sever his con nection wiidt the guvernment work ,n morrow and will enter Into the livi stock commission business in this eity as announced through the presa a few days ago. In commenting on his work and th reasons why he was attracted to his new business. Mr I-Vnn said to a rep resentative of The Standard "I have been with the government a long time and do not desire to become a pensioner in the service. 1 am Mil a young man, a- years o. and feel that now it is time for me 10 go mm business for myself During my gov ernment service I have accumulated considerable knowledge about In. stock and the business of growirg stock properly. "There are grazing on the national forests in tho Intermountaln district approximately 3,250,000 sheep and 560,000 cattle, which are owned by 17.-1 000 people It has been my duty to! supervise th.- crazing of these animals. I I And after doing so lor so many years 1 lor the government, I feel that I should bo capable enough to do some stock business on my own account. "I have formed a partnership with I George H. Hall, ono of the best known stock men and financiers in the lnt I mountain n gion. We will deal 111 livestock, ranches and range lands, and with the acquaintance we both I possess among livestock men, couple lj with our knowledge of the business, we should bo very successful in our! enterprise." j More Soldiers Are j I To Arrive in Ogden This Afternoon A contingent of 20 j more sailors from the Great Lakes naval training statiou i-n route to Coat Island. San Francisco bay, passed ihrough Ogden this morning shortly after 10 o'elm k A special train carrying over 200 of these boys has passed through Ogden every day since last Friday and an other train is expected next Wednes day. The boys arriving this morning were entertained at the canteen bv the Red Cross and were served with a light breakfast before departing tor the re mainder of their journey The boys were served with coffee, doughnuts, cookies, candy and fruit. Resides this contingent of sailors the Red Cross entertained 60 soldiers, sailors and marines, who arrived In this city over the Union Pacific this morning. Another contingent of sol diers is expected lo arrive this af ternoon, and among them ure report ed to be numerous Utah bo i -w 1 Read the Classified Ads. i TIME EXTENDED FOR CORPORATION RETURNS Washington-, pr,i u, Forth or extension to June T,th of the time I " filing corporation Income and prnin tax returns was ordered today by In ternal Revenue Commissioner Kopi 1 Tin- first extension was from March 15 to May 1. TEACHERS ARE TO HEAR HOWARD ORIOOS ON TUESDAY At 8:80 P m . tomorrow. Prof llow . nrd Priggs is to address tho teachers of Ogden ai the Central Junior hlch school, on Hie result of his survey of English teaching In tho schools. Prior to the addnss. Prof. Dliggfl .will rpct with Supl. H. K. Johnson and a committee of teachers to go over the courses in English in the local schools. 00 MARSHAL TO VISIT U S. CHANTII.LV. France, Saturday. Ap hll 12. (By the Associated Press) Marshal Petaln, commander-in-chie! of the French armies in France, an nounced his Intention today ol visiting ,the United States. 00 TED EITTEEFIEED AT WEBER CLUB Lit fore a largo gathering of fri nd at the Weber club during the lumh hour today. Sergeant "Ted" Llttlefield told of n few of his many experiences on fhe batile front in France. Ser geant Littlefield has been away from Ogden since September 20, 1917. serv ing in the ambulance corps with both American and French forces. He was given a hearty welcome as he entered the luncheon room at the Weber club today Ho wears not only throe gold stripes, errice bars on his left sleeve, but also the French croix do guerre with two stars signifying two individual ci tations. Sergeant Littlefield pave a very In teresting account of the battle In March. I'.ilv on the Sommo front. He told of the work of his unit in taking j care of the wounded in th battle and of the difficulty in bringing up sup plies for the fighting forces. He was at this time serving with the French army. He told in particular of one road just behind the French lines over which all traffic had to bo carried. The road was marked by a continual stream of moving motor trucks and ambulances. "The road was protected by ma chine guns of the French, but was in plain sight of the German forces and was continually being bombed. one riding along this road could see the w.ies of the advancing Germans and the heroic work of the French in holding back the human avalanche. "During this fight which lasted from March 23 until early in April, we lost about 80 per cent of our unit. The French were fiehting a great deal of 1 ttv' lime with ihi-ir bavonota onlv. be cause ammunition could not be brought to them over the blocked road, a.nd 1 1,, ;, were forred to retire repeatedly. I This caused much confusion among the ambulance drivers because we ; never knew to what hospital we were 1 to take our burdens. "A short thne after this battle wc were sent to the Champaigne front and there we first met with tho Amer ican doughboys, and it was the best sight that we saw during the entire war. They were certainly a fine loL rhe American soldiers and the French ; BOldlen did not get along very well at in si The Americans wanted to fight all the time, but the French were sat- lefied with letting things slip by . j without causing excitement I "ur unit, the Twenty - second in lantry, was given the honor of open lug the Champaigne drive The bar rage was started on the night of tho 26th of September and lasted until the early morning of the L'Tili. Shortlv I after 7 o'clock our troops went Over the top for the first time The ambu lance unil was brought up at night l and Liter the boys went over the top, we continued to advance steadily. "Great work was done by the 1 French bombers In opening the way! for the advancing troops One could; see dead German troops ilest roved and j others retreating before the advanc- ing forces The Germans began to Ive the same punishment thai ihey had given the English and French troop.- before the Americans entered tho war." President Wattle, after Sgt. Little field had finished Introduced A R Hey wood who briefly told of the deeds of the boys at tho front, and said that the name of "Ted" had been made fa mous In this war by the deeds of 'Ted" Littlefield and "Ted" Conro Mr. Heywood was accompanied by hi3 son Captain John Heywood. tfayor Drowning then gave B -lion talk and welcomed the boys back to Ogden and gave them the lreedom ol the city. FINED m FOR BEING INTOXICATED Georgo Stoneberg. living on Thirty first street and Wall avenue, was tin ed $.r,(l or 50 days in the city Jail this morning by Judge Roberts in the Mu nicipal court for being intoxicated, to which charge Sinn, !,, pleaded guilty. I Stoneberg told the court (bat he bad Rugs, Carpets I LINOLEUMS fft Assortments are now very complete and prices quite JLjjSL a little lower than they have been. We are featuring iK1 I I some very attractive specials in French Wilton Rugs also Bunclhar and Axminster Ruga. tj I j (Special low prices all this week on m '-w J7sl printed and inlaid linoleums. Printed V 2offil goods from $1.75 lineal yard; Inlaid jmBg&& ABll linoleums from S3. 25 lineal yard Terms I gppg6 j met some friends who had been work ing with him at the Globe milling plant and thai he had a few drinks with them He stated that he did not purchase any liquor but thai he drank some that belonged to his friends. The case of the stale against Carlo Zampredrl, arrested for having intoxi cating liquor in his possession, u;i . I postponed until nexl Thursday for hearing by Judge Roberts this morn I ing. County Attorney Bates asked j that the case be eonlinuod to allow i further analysis of the liquid that Is 1 claimed not to be Intoxicating. I Charles Johnson, who recently do I sorted his wife and children and left them in a destitute condition, waived his opportunity lor a preliminary bear Ins; this morning in the Municipal court, and was bound over by Judge D. R. Roberts to the district conn ft i trial. He was given ball in ihe sum of $500. According to County Attorney Bates, Johnson sent his wife down town to buy some wearing apparel for the children, and while she was gone he packed a trunk with all the valuable in tho house, including his wife's watch and rings and also Lib. ri bonds, and then left the city. The wife was left with only $1 CO and no vilbl means of the support. The complaint was sworn to by his wife. Lillian c. Johnson. nn SERGT. W. P. CM IS NEW DEPUTY CLERK i OF COURT Sergeant Wilbur P. Cook was ap pointed deputy county clerk and clerk in Judge A. W. Agee's division of the district court by the board of county commissioners this morning. He will till the vacancy caused by the domi nation of Ji.m K. Sullivan, who was recently appointed judge of the juve nile court. Sergeant Cook came to Ogden a number of years ago from California He began reading law in the offices of Henderson Johnson. n July 2". he left here with the big contingent I of national army men tor Camp I I He served in the army until a short time ago. The new court clerk was married to Miss Muriel 6gden, daughter of i Mr and Mrs William ( iden, 614 i Twenty -second street, several months ( ago. ( APOSTLE LfflMN IN SECOND WARD , i I Apostle Richard B. Lyman was D 1 ent at the Sacramental services held i " 1 DON'T CROWD, MEN! ALL BUT ONE OF THESE CHAMPEEN BOWLERS MARRIED ' - roure-r 1 I . r - - - ; . - ms- THESE WOMEN PIN SMASHERS AHE: FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING. MRS. B. STEAD MAN, MISS DEAN ZUPF, MRS. A. GRAY; SITTING, MRS. J. FAOLKABER. MRS. A. JAEGER. ' Behold the Minor Butlers, the greatest aggregation of women bowlers In America, who a few dayg ago won the championship ol the A. B. C. at Toledo. Carrie Nation may have done some smashing in her palmy days, but sho didn't chalk up the score these girls made. The Minor But lers are Toledo products and so they didn't have to misa a single day'e housekeeping to beat all the other contenders. The Butlers in the Second ward meeting house last night, and addressed the congregation on the "Thoughtlessness of Youth, the Carelessness of Maturity " In concluding his address. Apostle Lyman made a few remarks on the subject of peace. "1 have confidence in the American people." he said, "and, although I am a Republican. I hae confidence in President Wilson, and in all the land I do not think there Is a better lawyer or a more upright citizen than that man. William Howard Taft, who baa lifted himself above party Interests and Is out traveling the country over appealing to the people to support the rolled for a total of 34 S 8. . Each member of the team has Jeen bowling for several years. Of course, the married ones -will deny their husbands showed them all the fine" points of the game. Thore la only one single one in the bunch, and BheB a good looker and probably won't be en tered In the "singles" long. The picture was taken after the Butlers won the title, hence the big emlles- jbest interests of this, their countr ' The special musical program was as 1 follows. I Selection. Nylander quartet. . J Duct, "Rock of Ages," Mrs. Rhci Jfl Stevens Roberts and Mi.-s Josphi:v I Shorten. Solo. Miss Mary Ensign. . j Accompanists, Miss Evelyn Nelson I and Miss Gladys Peterson. RIOTING IN INDIA LONDON. April 14, There has bcn 1 rlotlncr at Lahore and Alahabad. India. I With some loss of life, including Euror- I eans, according to a government state- 1 ment In parliament today. -CUT WHEN THEY FALL, THEY FAIL HARD '( Tt li It's nice to skim through the air but whr.n i j u ires it's not. The av,ator struck Hie roof of a Larrot" p" PIane did' 'mid tangle of the soldiers within, the surprise of their Uvea, urracks a Bamhrook, Texas, and handed I