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II T1"l!L.clL li-'-L-i'Ii'L icfaiber 17, 1919 j
I Hi 1 I BY SfiCREQ HEART ' FOR TOMORROW II' The depnrtraenl o! i spri ssion at the 1 1 academy of the Hearl will give 1 1 ta opening recital ol h tomoi 1 row evening. The department is im- Hjl ) I lie H ,,f ,!,,. Leland Pov Si hool ol Hfl ,,. k.- . n ; :..) i one of the most thor- II ouglily compi ti n " h : H! expression In the west. Working rn I -j, p , i la men Hj? ' ii. .-in i Ik r pupile an In HI t.Ihc -null r;i;h'M th.-.n .'p:-, ;. I preciation for the all and an Interpr If ration ol tin If r( ading 1 im spondinj I. i '.-I intelligent. The prog am tl 'in j ! n ii u'.-.r interest a a number Iff of young women or Ogdep will appear 10 on it in readings and m tne musical I number- given h the Sacred Hcarl 'i J chestra and the Sacred Hear! Choral I club The program will be as follows I Siient Night Gruber I Adeates Fideles g Sacred Heari orchestra Street scene. "Merchant of Venice" Shakespeare YVIlla Asiill The Boj Thai Was Scarcl o' 1 y in" i Slosson Agnes Thianes Choruses, Kit In -th Out When- ih' V i;'5ir.s . . I'h'lleo Whal Jacl aid . . Harboui I Mary Matson I Litth Gen , ... .Tarkli I Marie bore I The Swing Field I: Mi roe'des Hoqd C Piaxtp solo. Troiaiemc Ballade. Chopin J Mrs. V. Carroll Boyle f Scene. "To I"ust Returning" ..Branch I I.ovetto MCCormick By Courier 0. Henrj Tattle Bov Bine Field Mi Mr. il ! I Choruses Chri tmas Bells ... Cantar Christmas Carol . .Banshacfa ! (Words by the Rej " L oTionm 11) SaCrcd Heart Choral Club I The Gift of Hie Majgl . o. Henry I Pauline Sparks I Scene, "The Lion ;n. the Mouse" i k Klein l Kathryn Shufffebarger I Holy N'lsht i I Sacred Heart Orchestra l CARD OF THANKS M I We desire to express our keen ap- V preciation of r- loving in HI our recent u rn r. . "' mm shown by hosts Ol trusiye service, beautiful flowers and H consolinc won!- spokeU H i h. Ilr H .-ni row Ir.iii ri P MRS. HYRUM SMJTH, Hi LEWIS B. SMITH, 1 DORA SMITH. Hh mn ii 1 1 i i j-ju- zr-7jjnBrz .r;:..v. H - TOlX TO HAKE REPORT MEXICO WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 Informa tion obtained In Mexico and made the ! basis of reports to President Wilson, is expeoted to be given to th senate ! committee Investigating Mexican af fairs By 'hn Lind. William B. Hale ; .m i Duv.-.l West and other special agents sent into that part of theTHM agents sent Into thai country by the pr.i aldent, Bqsides hearing these former unof ficial representatives, the committee plans to -amnion forno r Secretary of Suite William J Bryan and Secretary Lansing in order that its record of the relations of the two governments Dirty be diade more nearly complete Such reports as the president's per- : sonal representatives maue to me sec- retHiy Of state arc available in the records, of the state department al ready opened to the committee, but since practically the whole of their findings was submitted directly to the pn sident only a small part has been made public. Mr. West's testimony may be taken in Texas by Senator Fall, of New Mox ien, chairman of the committee, but j i is probable that the others will be beard here either by Senator Bran degee, Reptiblican, Connecticut, (jr b the full committee after the return or Senator Fall and Senator Smith. Arl .. da, Democrat, from the border. Senator Fall will leave Washington tonight for his homo. He will be Join-1 d by Senator Smith and hearings will j be resumed at San Antonio. Texas, after Christmas. Senators believe the! testimony to be taken along the hor- dor will serve to support Senator Fall's j char-vs that Carrunza officials have been responsible tor many of the Mex ican raids across th border and will furnish additional evidence of ;he part j the Mexican government officials have taken in furthering the plans of radi ! cals in the United States. Harvard Graduates WiD Welcome Team Ogden graduates of Harvard univer sity are expected to welcome the Har- ' vard university football players when! hey pass through oden on December 23. The Harvard grldders will clash with the University of Oregon team at I Pasadena o:i New Year's day for the championship of the United States The players, together with coaches and Instructors arc expected to arrive I ir. Ogdn on lJxe!i. r 2. at 10 : 3 o'clock in the morning. With present 'plans involved the team will poml ; about an hour here, daring which time it Ls expected 'he Ioqal Harvard grad luatcB wilj greet the rrridiron stars, i Mi OFFICERS ARE OH mi II THE CITY OF OGSEi Ltoutenant Harold Woody nnd Llouton ! nnl Wnitcr Seott. formerly of San Fran- claco but now of Honolulu, were Og&tn I visitors for a few hours late yesterday. jThe two army officers, now awaiting their discharge', arc said to be the only aviators j from the Islands of the Pacific to train commissions In the aviation section ot tho army. j;oth nun are owners of pineapple groves in the Hawaiian Island and en i listed early In 1!'17. when Uncle Sun called for men. Leaving the Island they were sent to the aviation school at Ber keley, after which they trained for a i period ol sixteen weeks at Rockwell Field) San Diego. in n the armistice was signed. Woody was hundreds of miles from his pal. bu fi i tho two men through fate managed t H meet a few months ago in Paris, wide D m furloughs Moody Is said to be lIVs only American flyer from Hawaii, who H won th" hours of "Ace " Boih men spent R ! twelve months In the thlclc of the fray, POINTERS WIN DERBY MONTGOMERY, Ala. Deb. 18 ' Becky Broomhill, liver ami white n 1 pointer bitch owned by L 1. Hftggih B of Lexington, Ky., won the continental B field trials club derby stake Cal- B houn today, completing the lfiifi pro- i gram. The Ace, a black and while 'jointer OWned by A. 1. C Sage, of New York, ran second, ami ; I Iim linutive, a lemon and white pointer, bitch, owned by William Zeigler, of Naroton, Conn., finished third tmitmm. pi' l tmmMJ i'-i'" i -Mrw-t ORPHEUM TONIGHT 1 C t IITAIN :15 I WALKER Jp fiiteside . j in Robert Louis Stevenson's j thrilling play of romance 9 and roguery I I THE MASTER D BALLANTRAE Superb Cast Splendid 9 Scenes I Pr:ce-, 5.0c to $2.00 Jj .-.j.i-'nMgjtJgJsn .i i urn i v. f Wmm RAILWAY CONDITIONS ON UTAH NORTHERS ARE RECALLED Tn tbc December Issue of the T'nltr.J statf Raiiio'ui Admlnlitratton bulletin an article on the subject of tho old" t Inhabitant, contain a paragroph con- i rnin; the old Utah Northern roJlroadi and comment upon conditions of railroad work at tho time that rood was in ex I Istcnce. Y L Touns. agent of the Oregon Short Ijino. .it Blackfoot, Idaho, has sid mitted to Hi" Adralnlvtratlon Nowp, vouchers 'used by the pioneer rallroaU of this state. The amounts they cover call for a set tlement on the basis of capital stork ot the company "at fifty per cent of pnr. " One of the vouchers Is for meat furnishoa I a construction camp amounting to $G0.O'j, another one ls for hauling lumber from a mill. .'ITi.on, another for labor on nr.-id'.n'.-150.00, nnd another one for labor on gravel train $13.10. The vouchers wcr: issued in 1874 and are payable to partita r.-.ilding at Ogden and Lynn, t'tnh In submitting them, Mr. Young writes: ' They Indicate tho manner in which the railroads wen built in thoa days, nnd believe me, there were no atrlkcB, lock-outs or overtime schedulee. i There wus Just work and keep on until you got it done." oo GOMPERS TO MEET KANGANS. TOTIOKA. Kas.. Doc. 16.- Sum Gom-j pers, president of the American Feci- cration ot Labor, may appear before i the special session of the Kansas leg-j Islature in January, which is to con j sider Industrial legislation Governor1 Allen announced tonlsht that he had been notified that Mr. Gompers would like to appear before iho session trhen the industrial court bill Is being con-! sidercd. uu It Is not n difficult matter to cast a vote but to cast it the way you; our childhood days are gone. fH T I III y Will 111 IBM 111 mi aaTOiMwwswawPjgnwni A BIG BAG SPECIAL At $14.00. Look 'em over. An appreciated $j gift. Large and roomy Oxfoid Bag. thre- g pocket style, made of the best selected I cowhide leather, leather covered frame $ polished brass trimmings, full loathe; lined with three pockets, size eighteen inches. The best bag value we have eve.- s olfered lor the money. GALLAGHER TRUNK FACTORY 2376 Hudson Ave. Around the corner from the Standard I ($35.00 Hats SlSioj Cur now store has a number of stylish, exclusive designs, la- 11 I dies ress hats that would sell elsewhere at $30, $35 and $40. Il I Your choice of any hat in our store now for $13.50. AH other a I hats for much less than half the early price of other millinery I 0 r.tores. ChilJren's hats, big assortment at 75c and up. Now is I 3 the time to buy your children's Christmas hats. Our new store I g is first door south of the Golden Rule. GROCERIES 1 Prices the same at al! Skaggs' I Stores 1 P0PC0RK TOILET SOAPS ffl Pcpcorn that pops, 2 pounds . . 25c Two items at rare bargain prices. I H Choics mixed nuts 35c 2 l1r0e 15c bars lvory sor-P 8 , . finf, 3 bars Creir.c Oil 25c fi t 3 pounds mixed nuts J1.00 ,2 ba)8 Cremc 0j 95c I I I SWEET POTATOES IDAHO FLOUR fir 4 pounds choice sweet pota- ... , r . tcs K uy tnls wonderful flour and " I have perfect balcing. I 9 pounds choice sweet potatoes 50c pounds Idaho high patent Z 3 pounds onions 25c flour $2.90 I j 2 48 pound sacks Idaho high pat- 5j 40c HAMS, 30c ent flour $5.75 B fa Choice eastern corn fed hams this 500 pound lots, per 100 pounds C5.70 W I week, pound 30c I 45c breakfast bacon, pound . . 35c 1 B 35c salt perk, pound 25c You can afford lets of c ndy for I I CHRISTMAS ORANGES 1 pound mixed Chnctmas candy 35c Sj fj We have only the Sunkist brand 3 pound". mixed Chnstma6 Jj cf sweet juicy oranges. All stores ' candy $1.00 I pi have two popular sizes. 5 pounds mixed Christmas M Kjj 55c medium size Sunkist orsnges, enndy . , $1.50 Ii y dozen ... 45c $1 1 pound box chocolates . . 69c j S Large size Sunkist oranges. 5 pound boxes assorted choco v dozen 55: latcs $2.75 Q J ! Fresh Meats Our three markets are about the busiest places in town, due I to our good quality meats at living prices. Visit our markets and I IILIIIIBIMI III IIWllllIM ' "Vnii cm nlway- ('" tr-i niinr- the pa! roar v h a fa I man whileriding j ! -i"r? of Bo automobile by Bitting in the over a rough road "" '!... ' eeS W Hl nif1( "''''i t!'' !" the a.ston- Hlalalll hrll. ! PECTACUL A R PRICES ''Yom-eyes have the evilpowero'f asnak.-I wmi't i,,k!" I j h Bfcfev TrrDTTTMTTO ttk And VLixio turned re.solu civ awav from that foiiiollin gaze. I ffi. UlVir I ULJUkS cr'' trih $rk ,,,nt thr 1,,,,i,,,,s i'vo ("dU 1,1 ;mi i"id I k f ENSATIONAL r"C C JPl C 1 -th" 1 j TARTLING I Mwdr SEE "THE HELLION" y j I I jflS Comiog Tomorrow Coining Next Sunday EmMn U I U REAL ART'S GREAT SPECIAL .?' I jflPi Constance Binney hobart eosworth p;,fr Ij B TPi , ' IN In the Greatest Thriller Ever Made Greater Than ''The Grim II I Erstwhile sun- "Behind thel)oor" flP if tT riC 3 33 JLi3C J3y Vengeance, Love, Adventure, Pursuit, Mystery A Drama J '