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0 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913.
Joe Jenney's Famous I EMPIRE f MEDY FOUR Extra Added Attraction JOE FANTON & COMPANY "A Morning in Camp" AND FOUR OTHER BIO ACTS THREE SHOWS DAILY 2:46. 7 SO, 9:16 Prtc MUnfed, 20c, 30c Night. 20c, 30c, 40c I tW" Learn to Dance i Woodward j ' f Instructor - AT THE 1 BERTHANA Saturday Afternoon From 2 to 8 p. m. Phone 854 or 323 For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 66. I RANDOM I REFERENCES Elevator girl wanted at The Reed Meeting This Afternoon At a meet-i ing to be held at 4:30 o'clock this nf-I ternoon in the Central Junior high ! school. Charles B Stillman, president j of the American Federation of Teach ers will address Ogden instructor.-. I Jj The meeting is expected to be of in- , terest. Mr. Siillman spoke esterday' at Piovo on the aims of the fedora- H Want a taxi? Phone 137S. Inter urban Taxi & Transfer Co. 9392 ! School Attendance The total enrollment of the Ogden city school! Will be far greater than , heretofore, according to Supt. Karl Hopkins. Tins scaler: r.ll rcc- it is cxpec.ed that more than 7000 will bo attending school here. This figure. a however. Includes the students who an taking part-time education. Clean rags wanted si The Standard fflce. At Industrial School Construction of a new cottage at the state Industrial school was authorized yesterday at a meeting of i the school board. Architects Wood and j Jensen were in.tructe1 to prepare details H tor the building to cost between $6000 and $7000. Work will be started j Immediately. JONATHAN apples. We deliver, 5581 12th St. Phone 3294-R. 9300 May Be Deported Gilbert K I '' i youthful Hollandtr who Is held on a charfe of second degree burglary. Is bo- H ing Investigated by D. A. Plumly. H United States immigration inspector at Suit i!k K'jM'if is accused of enter ing the home of Ubertus in at 3 I West Thirty-third street, on July 27, last. His hearing has been set for October 11, before Judge Pratt. Indian tanned buffalo rug. Rear-or.-able. Write Box F, care Standard. S971 ; Beet Harvest Beet digging for the Amalgamated Sugar Company Will Start about Sept 25, a cordinp to word that has been given out. Money to loan. Kelly & ELerrlCk. Clean -aga wanted t the Standard office. Boy Born Mr. and Mra Orlo Wat son arp the happy parents of a fine baby boy The proverbial stork visited the home, 234n Harrison avenue, y?tf terday evening Do It Nov Have, a family picture taken at the Tripp Photo Studio. 320Vb 25th street, before school begins. 8399 For Sale Modern eight-room house on the bench. Two blocks trom Reed hotel Phone 71. 9078 Failure to Provide The case of the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ROOM AND BOARD. ROOM and board in private family for two gentlemen. 2532 Lincoln. 9501 FOR RENT FURNISHED ONE large furnished front room, nice Jy furnished with kitchenette and bath zround floor. Ladies preferred. 2229 Lincoln. 9500 ; FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. ASTER blossoms 2852 Pingree ave nue. Phone 2116-R. 9499 FOR RENT FURNISHED. TWO sleeping rooms with or with r outboard. Phone 2292-J 9498 E. F. BRATZ. A FEW more of those houses built before cost of building doubled, bar i gain every one. 4-ROOM frame house, partly modern, lot 40x128 to alley, first-class repair, I close to car line, J 1600, easy terms. I j; 7-ROOM modern frame, large lot, I choice location, first-class repair I $3750. Terms to suit. I I 10-ROOM modern brick residence, , f. large lot, nice garage, fruit and shade trees, one of the most sightly loca- ,J lions on the bench, exceptional bar- - "I gain at $7500. E. F. Bratz. 417 Ecclea f Building. Phone 196CU 9502 OFFICER FIRES ON ESCAPING INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 60Y, WOUNDING HIM IN THE LEG Harry Taylor and Robert Ilillan, two inmates of the State Industrial : school, were arrested yesterday, fol lowing an attempt to escape from three police officers. The two youths are alleged to have escaped from the ship Industrial school and to have robbed the store of Russell Jam ok on Twenty fourth street at an early hour esterday morning. The bojs were discovered by ffi- I cers Taylor and Iowder. who com manded them to halt. Three shots were fired in the air al the youths who failed to stopi Instead the two young liters started on n run and in reach- STOCKHOLM MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN ALL EUROPE i LONDnN, Aug Ju -1 Correspondence of the Associated Press) Travelers arriving here from Stockholm after a is iting some of the other capitals are firm in their conviction that it is the most expensive city In Europe. The staple coin is a krona, just over 25 cents, and it costs 32 krona for a bed, breakfasl and hath in a hotel. The simplest meals cost $5. and wine Is pro hibitive at about $200 a bottle for ihe worst war champagne A taxicab for an hour costs S7r0, and five krona is j the customary tip for a meai, while one is expected to give a krona to t lie man who happens to be handy and in sists on opening the door you would I rather open yourself "I have been in many places these; past five ears," said a recently re ; turned traveler "Moscow and Bagdad. Bombay and Salonika. Cairo and Rome, Paris and Petrograd, London and Mon- j te Carlo, Brussels and Milan. The' cheapest of them ;:11 was Monte Ca'io. Stockholm was the dearest. "They put it all down to the close proxinnt; of bolshevism. One does nothing for oneself in Sweden.'' oo NEBRASKA WHEAT LYING ON GROUND LJNCOLN. Nob. Sept. If) Hundreds of thousands of bushels of wheat are on the KTonnd in dangvr of jotting In western 1 Nebraska because elevators are already j titled -'nd because there Is a shortage of 1 railroad cars, together with an embargo on wheat shipments to Omaha and Kan sas City, according to information reach ing flr.vc rnr.i Samu I P. McKelvIe, who announced he would appeal to the rail road administration lo take steps to re- lieve the situation. OO Sale of Lusitania Medal Forbidden . In Rhine Area i WITH THF AMERICAN FORCES; IN GERMANY. Aug. 27 (Correspond ence of The Associated Press ) S;'.le Ol a reproduction of the Lusitani? medal, which for a time was being peddled in the occupied areas, hps! Le n forbidden in the Rhine proir.f by the oberpresident Hundreds of the medals were bought by American soldiers as souvenirs. Writing to Col. I L Hunt, officer in charge of ehil aifalrs in the American area, regard ing the sale of the medal by Germans the oberpresident Bays 1 wili to inform you that such a medal has, of course, neer been i olned or caused to be coined by any; German government. The medal is simply ihe outcome of misguided' thrift and greediness on the part of! certain private dealers, who. in a most! unwarrantable manner, published this j tasteless reproduction and have hawked it about, without considering for one moment, that by so doing, ihey stimulate i he animosity against Ger man) The story generally current with the pale of this issue of the medals was that they were made in Munich by thei .manufacturer of the onginal which I I was issued in 1915 after the sinking I of the Lusitania and from the samel dies on which the original issue was east. These dies, according to lh? story, were ordered destroyed by the i.' i nu n sovernment after but twenty I eight medals had been struck off, but were surreptitiously saved by Karl Guertz, who Is reported to have been 'the desipm The German goveiu ireent has several times denied that State ngaln.it Nels Teterson. charged With failure to provide for his wife and chll- I dren. Is on trial in the district court be- I fore Judge A W. Agee. Taxi. Ph. 611. Red Front Livery. 9066 Old papera lor caie. Wflden Stand- erd. j COAL, all kl. Is, Buy now. M. L. Jones j Coal & Ice Co. Pb 1603. 2568 Dr. Eugene M. Pack has opened a modern dental office. Rooms 807-80S Eccies Bldg. Phone 716 9069 Flowers given away for clean news papers. Dumke Floral. 4173 Dee-Nuteboom Printing Co. has moved from 23C2 to 2370 Wash. Ave. 8694 Case On Trial The case of Sophia L. Stephens against P. J. Moran, con tractor, is on trial in the district cour' WANTED, wide-awake office boy over 16 years of age. $10 per wreek Good chance for advancement. Ugden Pkg. & Provision Co. 9367 Ing the Marion hotel ran through the cast entrance and out the south en trance. In running west of Lincoln the lads encountered a third officer who commanded them to halt How ever, they continued on their way with ihe result that one of the bul lets from the patrolman s revolver wounded Taylor, who later was found at the Dee hospital and arrested. Hillan was captured a few hours later and was taken to the Industrial school this morning Taylor Is im proving and should be able to be re turned to the school during the com ing week ;in- Lusitania medal was ever (SBUOd vith consent of anv government offi cials,. 00 GENERAL ADDRESSES MEN ROME, Sept. 16. --General AnfosslJ addressing his grenadiers according to reports trom Flume, said ihev were free to remain in Fiume or return to Italy A few followed the general; ihe remainder declared they would noi leave ihe city until the Italian govern ment accepted its annexation. General Zotti made a similar attempt With storm troops with '.he same re-i suit The commander of the battleship Dante Aligherel tried to leave harbor j during the night. The attempt was discovered; bells and sirens were sounded and the people rushed to the ! clocks D'Annunzio was among them and he harrangued the sailors and 1 thus prevented the departure of the vessel. A Tribuna dispatch says all the cus tom guards with their coruniauder have put themselves at the disposal of d'An nunzio. 00 "IHE LION'S DEI" BERT LYTELL STIR ! Bert Lytell's latest Metro photoplay entitled "The Lion's Den. ' which is be ing produced at the Utah theater, Is from a story by Frederick Orin Bart lett which appeared originally in the Saturday Evening Post, and translat ed upoi the screen it offers the star j r.n ideal role. Mr. Bartlctt will be re membered as the author of ' The Spen ders," a Post stor that served Mr. Lytell a few weeks ago. "The Lion's Den" is a worthy successor to "The Spenders" in that it contains the samel fine humanity, the same faithful rep resentation of small town life. The star is called upon to assume a differ ent characterization, however, in the figure of a minister. Mr. Bartlett knows his small town atmosphere md so splendidly is it conveyed that one unconsciously becomes a part of the environment. It is simple and straightforward in this story and is made compelling through the human touches in the plot ;.nd characterization. Here is a min ister who is deierniined to install a boys' club but who is not encouraged by his wealthy church members. When he beards the lion in his den the latter so humbles his pride that the young preacher enters the grocery business to compete with him and gain the necessary funds. His trials and tribu lations, his successes which are visual ized in his romance with the daughter of the rival grover and the prosperity of the business and the friendship of the boys are events that are dramati cally and humorously told To see "The Lion's Den" is to see a faithful visuali-1 zation of small town life that is no way exaggerated. It generates a fine hu manity and heart appeal. 00 Society v y PREPARING FOR CONCERT. The following attractive Ogden girl were busy this morning placing pos ters in the various business window Of the city in announcing the Margaret Romaine concert to be given in the Tabernacle next Wednesday cvenirg, September 24. Mrs Ellen W. Weist, Mrs. Walker Cheesman, Mrs. Florence SECRET SERVICE MAN IS TO ARRIVE THIS AFTERNOON AND 1 GO OVER PRESIDENT'S ROUTES Arrangements for President Wil son's reception in Ogden will be com pleted this afternoon with the arrival of a secret service representative, who will be taken over the proposed route and he will render his decision. Decorations of homes m the residen tial disiriet is urged and it is ex pected that every home along the lino of the drive will bear an American flag. School children will all be sup plied with flags and the buildings in the business district will be decorated. President Wilson's party will arrive in Ogden over the Southern Pacific from San Francisco at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon The local recep tion committee will be lined up on the platform from the depot sheds lo the train Ten large motor cars, with tops down, will be used for the presi dent and his party while other ma chines bearing state, city and eount officials, as well as business repre sentatives, will be In the parade. Each of the len cars will he numbered The cars, together with their numberr, and occupants, follow: Car No. 1 The president, Mrs. Wil son, two lOGai men Oar No 2 - Secret service men Car No. 3. J. P. Tumulty, socrctan , to the president; Admiral T Cary I Grayson, aide to the president, and nembeis of the reception committee Gar No. I. Charles Swem, Gilbert )'. ('lose, Warren F Johnson, Edward F. Johnston. Edward W, Smithers, White House staff. Car No. 5. M. Barries, I'ndeiwooo news s rice, C. E. Turnage, Kino gram Publishing corporation; Pell Mitchell, Gaumont company, R. E Nebeker. Miss Aileen Doone, Miss Marion Wright and Miss Dorothy Wr-ht. The concert next Wednesdav will be one of the choicest ever given in this city and at a veiy reasonable ad mission fee. Mrs. Browning (Margaret Romaine) whose career as an opera star is well known in the musical world and who is the possessor of a most wonderful olce, is an Ogden girl, formerly M ig gie Tout, and this fact, together with the natural love of Utahns for the best in music, tends to assure a more than crowded house next Wednesdav evening. CHURCH SOCIAL THIS EVENING. Tonight in Ihe First Congregational church, the members of the high school girls' Sunday school class are giving an ice cream social commencing at 7:30. The Misses Mary Ilcywood. Lo- rene and Hattiebell Shields are arrang Ing the program of music anc games I and everything is being done to make the event a huge success. All the mem bers of the church, congregation and Sunday school are asked to attend. Promptly at 7:30 the best of socials will begin 00 Deaths and Funerals WILLS Funeral services for Bert' Wilford Wills, aged 20. will be held at the Larkin chapel tomorrow afternoon : at 1 o'clock. Bishop T. P. Terry offici- j ating. Mr. Wills died at the home of1 his sister, Mrs. J. J. Foley, 339 Eigh teentfa street. Wednesday evening, of' heart failure. Burial will be in the I family plot at Salt Lake. The body will lie in state at the Foley home I Saturday from 10 a. m to 12: 30. SPENCE Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Spence, wife of Alex Spence, were held yesterday afternoon at the Baptist church, with Rev Ray Palmei officiating The musical numbers on the program were: "Thank God for All Blessings." by Mrs. J. D. Corley, and Mrs. J. B. Grace. "Abide With Me," by Mrs. O. P. Skaggs. Rituals at the grave were offered by the La aies of the Maccabees The songs, "Oh, Dry Those Tears," and "Perfect Day" were rendered by Mrs. Bernice Erlck-1 son Rev. Palmer officiated at the I grave. LOWTHER runeral services for Fran cis R. Lowther will be held tomorrow a.' tcrnoon at J o'clock in tha Klrkendell chapel. Bishop James W. Ure officiating. The casket will be open this afternoon and eveninK and tomorrow until time of services. Interment Ogden city cemetery. Francis Lowther Is the little fellow who was struck by an auto esterday and And the Worst Is Yet to Come 1 flT-nrrHlrvrf ... Donahue, Paths News, and r. k. whip jple, International Film Service, o'li cial photographs. Car No. 6 Byron Price. Associated Press; Hugh Baillie, United Press, John Nevin International News; Lewis Siebold, New York World; Rod ney Bean, New York Times Car No. 7. Stanley M. Reynolds, Baltimore Sun: Robert Small. Phila delphia Ledger- David Laurence, New j York Evening Post Oar No S Frank Lamb, Washirc ton Times; Morton M. Milford, Louis ville Courier-Journal; Charles White, New York Tribune; Philip ECingsley, Chlcapo Tribune. Car " !' -J. A Holloman, Atlan ta Constitution, Robert Norton, Bos ton Post; Michael Hennessey, Boston Globe; E. C. Hill. New York Sun Oar No 0 Jay Jerome Williams, I niyersal News Service; Charles H. Grasty, New York Times; A E. Ge!d hoff, Newspaper Enterprise associa tion; J. J. O'Neill, Mount Clemens News bureau; Pierce Miller, Associat ed Press. li is estimated that there will be rbout forty machines in line Streets in the down-town section will be roiied off by the police depart ment and guards will be stationer! along the entire drive to see that the path of the machines is not obstruct ed. Vehicles will be removed from the streets and no persons will be per mitted beyond the curbing Upon leaving Ogden. the presiden tial party will depnit for Salt Lake, where the president will address Bn audience al (he Tabernacle at 8 o'clock 00 Tuesdav evening. : I killed on the north Washington roau. t HUTCH ENS Funeral serv ices for John A. Hulchens will be held Sun day at 3 o'clock in the Eighth ward I meeting house, Bishop Lawrence Sher Der officiating The casket will be j open at the home, 230 West Second I street Saturday afternoon and even ling and Sunday until 2 p m. TWO KILLED, ONE WOUNDED. MEMPHIS. Tcnn., Sept. 19. O. W. I I ; Webster, a deputy United States mar shal and William Smiddy, a former city detective, were killed and a negro b slander was wounded in an exchange of shots between Webster and Smiddy j on Monroe avenue, near Main street, near the center of the downtow n shop-1 J ping district here this afternooon. 00 Large Number to Go to Salt Lake Tuesday Evening It Is stated thai full. 100 Otcdenites of this city are making arrangements to go to Salt Lake Tuesday evening to hear President Wilson speak at the Taber- naele The indications are the meeting at Salt Lak will be attended by about 12, 000 people OO ALIAS SUMMONS. In the district court of Weber County, State of Utah. Barbara M. Greer, plaintiff. s James A. Greer, defendant. The State of Utah to said Defend ant : You are hereby summoned to ap pear within within twenty days after service of this summons upon you. if sered within the county in which this action is brought; otherwise with in thirty dayb after service, and de fend the above entitled action; and in case of your failure 60 to do, judg ment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the com plaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. Thl- action is brought for the purpose of obtaining a decree of said court dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing between plaintiff aDd defendant, and awarding the custody of the child the issue of raid marriage, to plaintiff. J. G. WILLIS. Plaintiff's Attorney. 603Mr Main St., Fort Worth, Texas. DON'T WAIT UNTIL TOO LATE. 913 PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES Consult County Clerk or the Repeo tlvs Signer for Further Information, NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the District Court of Weber County, State of Utah. In the matter of the estate of Birt Griffin Blackman, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to Ihe undersigned at the j law offices of Henderson & Johnson, suite 215 First National Bank building, Ogden City. Weber County. State of Utah, on or before the 12th day of November, A. D. 1919. Dated, this the 11th dav of Septem ber, 1919 IOLA B. BLACKMAN, Administratrix with Will Annexed of the Estate of Birt Griffin Black -man, deceased. HENDERSON & JOHNSON. Attorneys for said Administratrix. Date of first publication, September 11. 1919. Date of last publication, October 9, 1919 ALIAS SUMMONS. In the district court of Weber coun ty, state of Utah. Vera Brinkerhoff, plaintiff, vs. JoLin H. Brinkerhoff. defendant. The State of Utah to said Defend ant: You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, if served within the count in which this action is brought; otherwise within thirty days after service, and defend the above entitled action; and in case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which nas been filed with the clerk of said court This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of mat rimony heretofore and now existing between you and said plaintiff and for hLkr VIVIAN ieThird Kiss' QammouiL&rkmftQicl!ire ( Harold Lloyd Comedy Pathe News OPEN 1:45 P. M. TILL BEDTIME OGDEN THEATRE 'Ogden's Best Photoplay House" j 'the custody of the minor children, the issue of said marriage. JOHN A SNEDDON. Plaintiff's Attorne P. O. Address: 316 First National Bank building, Ogden City, Weber County, Utah. NOTICE. Guardianship of Hellen Dorothy Rackham, Harold Joseph Rackham ind Jack Samuel Rackham, minor. The petition of Anna F. Bell, also in own as Mrs. Joseph J. Bell, praying lor letters of guardianship, in the above entitled matter, has been set for hearing cn Monday, the 29th da Of September, 1919, a' 10 o'clock a. m , r.t the county court house, in the court room of said court, in Ogden City, Weber countv. Utah. Witness, the clerk of said court, with the seal thereof affixed, this 17th day or September, 1919 (Seal) WALTER N. FARR, Clerk. By Annis Blair, deputy clerk. Chez & Barker, attorneys for petl t ioner NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Frances S. M. Stuart. Creditors will presented claims with vouchers to the undersigned at the law- offices of John A. Sneddon, suite 316 1 First National Bank building. Ogden j City, Weber County, Utah, on or be- fore the loth day of November, 1919. i MINNIE STUHR, ' Administratrix. JOHN A SNEDDON Attorney for Said Estate. NOTICE. Estate of Ruth Elizabeth Rnckham j and John H. Rackham. husband and j wife, deceased. The petition of Anna F. Bell, pra- ing for ktiirs of administration, in 1 the above entitled matter, has be n -ei for henriiu' befoie Hon A E Prat', judge, on Monday, the 29th day of September, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. ni , J at the county court house, in the court I room of sa'.d court, in Ogden City, 1 Weber county, Utah. Witness. Ihe clerk of said court, 1 with the seal thereof affixed, this 17lh W da j of September, 1919 (Seal) WALTER N. FARR. Clerk. 1 by Annis Blair, deputy clerk. Chez & Barker, attorneys for peti" W tloner. , 1 Dont' pay any Ttuntion te the disagree- 1 able things people s;iy nbo-it 011 if thev j are not true. M', CINCrS DARK HORSE : Faf,' In Olncnnati are picking Jimmr rtin Sir n-d hurl or M aff the dark horse of the world series. Ring always has tyeen numbered among the Big Four of Moran n team, but generally" nl name baa come fourtli in the uanilax.