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I 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1920 lj?
I' I jae gs3B "gaggr vs&gBsgy oaaMi "l J pfe. aSQGEfcw 25 kW iggwaHfe., 1HII1 frl Hi By reason of the very unusual values we have been 1(1 ild er'm during our Pre-inventory Sale many lines n Hi are being completely cleaned up. We are finding ITCfi H many new items and off ering them at quick clean-up p 1 1 i Ladies' Suits Underwear If j There are many suits in We have been through our f I M this line that have pot been , ontirc Iinc of Lades and . . mit in the house eight weeks, In 0. .. . , . , h I M all the very finest materials Children's underwear and se- '1 MR snc' styles. Icctecl the odds and ends in H' W We are offering our entire union suits, vests, pants, etc. 9K H j line a ,pricec far below the Tneec we have put out on ta. 'd original factory cost . , , . . , , . A M Mm This opportSnity offers a bl at surprisingly low y S big saving on a little invest- prices. Most of these Items yfj H Sffl mcnt- arc in 9ocl w,r'1:cr we'flhts. Sf&j I I MILLINERY I f 1 .Vomj ibr a Final Clean Up ri I Hsl' ur ent""e ne Children's Winter Hats, values to ffljj I wi $8.75. You'll have to get in early if you are for- j j H J tunate in purchasing one of these real values. Special j I il$ for quick selling $1.00 La I fill You'll be surprised at the splendid values we have W J H in store fcT you in Ladies' Hats. All this winter's KM H hi best styIes' Values to $12.50. Special $4.98 I y Scarfs and Caps y I i Right Now When You Need 11; Fj 7em Most w All new clean stock. We These caps are made of a real pHll ( H SI arc. anxious t0 clean uf the fine combed yarn and are be- ' entire line and are offering ,, . , w 3 . I 2 them at greatly reduced ,n0 offered at bcforo war f i ! HA Jn prices. prices. You will be surprised i M , I 11 Values to $1.95. M 1 Q at this value H Bffl Special 4l.lJ at fl v10"-85. . $4.48 Aq rv II V.056-75'... $5.48 I y Ladies' Neckwear Remnants I nl Our entire line of ladies' Since Christmas hundreds of SjH 11 neckwear, including vests, remnants have been picked Kdffi F" etc. You may select any of out by appreciative custom ' 11 ers. There are still a-great V IJ this line at one-half the origi- many splendid values to be ft. J HI 11 nal price. had. w Just vnen you need them Bath robe material, regulation Wffl L most we arc offering special width, fn a good range of n M dark colors. rn k A mk prices oh all outing flannels. Special OuC sfl I !! PAINE & HURST I! I lL . "WHERE THE WOMEN TRADE" JJ For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 56. RANDOM REFERENCES ATTENTION II you have 1 cow or several car loads of cattle you. want to sell we -will drive out and trjr' to buy them. Call 2100 evenings or 704 through the dny. Ask for 0. C. Lundquist. 19SG Arrested Irwin Lawson, aged 21, o Richmond, Utah, was arrested by off I cers of the sheriff's department yes terday on a charge of issuing worth less checks. He is held at the'eountv Old papers tor sale. Ogden Stand- Clean rag's wanted at The Standard High Priests The meeting of the Weber stake high priests' quorum will "be held in the Second ward chapel ' Sunday Instead of Weber normal col-c H - 1 n i i ii i urn Jiuum lege. The meeting is called for 10 30 a. m. Join Hogle Ronald Tilton and Clif ford Cole, until recently associated with a New York City firm have Joined the forces of the J. A. Hogle company of Salt Lake and Ogden. BUICK, cement and plaster Jobbing, chimneys, firewalls, etc. Phono 770. 1132 Students More than 140 student delegates from the Pacific coast to the Student's Volunteer convention at Des Moines. Iowa, passed through Ogi den yesterday en route to various schools on the Pacific coast. Many of the students were from Stanford uni versity and California university. Photograpns are history of the fam ily. Have them taken today at The Tripp Photo Studio, 320 25th St. 13S33 Clean rags vanted at The Standard mfice. Destroyer In order to create inter est in recruiting for tho naval serv ice in Ogden. Recruiting Officer Pugh 'of the Ogden station is building a first lass destroyer. The destrover when M Xe.T.cr beforo sucli a gathering of Champions , Rs JouJ1 ftal this Show... Blue Ribbon win- nc" on everj' hnnd- from nil pnrt of the countrj-. THURSDAY FRTDAY SATTTRDAv completed will be named after the first recruit. The boat will br placed on exhibition at Twenty-fifth and Washington avenue when completed. D. L. F. Tribo 1ms opened n dental office at 715 Kccles building. 1959 Sunday School Tho trl-stake Sun: day school convention will bo held at the Weber Normal school next Sun day. The thirty members of the S.un day school board will attend. Be sides the officers and bishops of the various wards it is expected that stake presidents and high councils will also attend. Divorce Suit for divorce has been filed in the district court by Sand ford N. Darlington against Elizabeth Darlington. The couple were married at Las Vegas, New, December 24, 1914. Drill Troop B of the Utah national guard of Ogden resumed drill work at the Armory last night .under the lead ership of Captain W. E. Lindquist. De spite the adverse weather conditions more than fifty men were present. Dumko Floral store now open in Portola Cafe. 370 24th. Phono 250. 171G Herbert C. Hoover, former United States food administrator, was in Og den for a short time yesterday while en route to New York headquarters. He has been visiting with his family at Palo Alto during the holiday sea son. A statement outlining his vlows on Europe's financial needs In connec tion with re-construction, was tele graphed to the New York offices and sent out by tho Associated Press. Suit Filed Walker D. Hines, direc tor general of the U. S. railroad ad ministration, filed suit in the district court today against the Hansen Live stock and Feeding company to recover $3660 alleged to be due for demurrago upon certain cars of livestock and feed delivered to the company. Line Clear The Utah Idaho Central Railroad company announced today that there was very little delay in the 1 interurban trains to and from the north. It is said that very little wind Is reported along the line from the Hot Springs north. 1 Mills to Speak John M. Mills has been secured as the speaker for Sun day ovening's services at the Second ward. Bishop George E. Browning has 1 announced. A special musical program will be arranged for the services, he stated. Big Scandinavian dance Thursday, Jan Sth, 3rd ward amusement hall. Admission 35c. 2018 : Arrested Ray Cole, 22 years of age, brakeman employed by the Southern 1 Pacific company, is the eighth man arrested by the sheriff's department in connection with the box car robber ies. It is said that additional loot has been recovered by Ihe sheriff's de- ' partment. i Goes to Pen George Wilson, who ' was sentenced to a term in the peni tentiary from ojie to ten years, was taken to Salt Lake this morning bv Deputy Sheriff William Brown.' Wi'l- 1 son confessed to burglarizing rooms in the Wedell block. Maw III Aaron Maw, deputy county treasurer, is confined to his home with illness His condition is reported as showing little Improvement. Probe Begun The Investigation in connection with tho disappearance of liquor from tho police station was be gun at the city hall this afternoon. William S. Hart in one of the big five-reel features you've never seen, "Hell Hounds' of Alaska," at the . Cozy today and tomorrow. Coming Sunday the big Indian drama, "Custer's Last Fight." -oo inraiOFFooci PRICES ftlOW INSIGHT WASHINGTON, Jan. S No promise ! of immediate reductions in food prices i as the result of the dissolution agree- i mcnt between the government and the packers is seen by Attorney Gen eral Palmer, ho told the senate agrl-1 culture committee in exnlainlnc the negotiations leading up to the settle ment "There is great strength," said Mr. Palmer, "In the argument that these great concerns with- their efficiency methods do handle business with less expense than many smaller units, but, if so, it is efficiency gained by autoc racy. We- shall have to depend upon getting results in this direction from competition and if they are not nh. tained, the whole theory of efficiency gained by democratic competition Is wrong. "All the things which the govern ment could possibly accomplish by ob taining a decree adverse to tho pack err, after bringing a case to trial in the courts we accomplished with that agreement," Mr. Palmer added. "In deed, we got many things that I doubt could have been obtained by such a decree. We have a perpetual injunc tion against monopoly by the packers, against unlawful trade practices, and all of the matters at issue without anv provisions which would prevent the government from reopening the case at any time." The packers were not precluded from handling butter, eggs, cheese and poultry, through their refrigerating systems, Mr. Palmer explained, be cause, this practice had "economic value," but, ho added the decree gave express power to renew prosecutions in that field if it Is found desirable. oo "Checkers" the big special feature at the Lyceum today only. Coming tomorrow Mabel Normand in "Joan of Plats-1 burg.", ; TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT UNFURNISHED tOUR-room frame homo on bench. J rvrJlv rvWn nlmno 7".".T 'nw 'SENATOR KING ASKS MM, FEDERAL ORDNANCE DEPOT HERE Senator W. H. King of Utah today asked congress for money to build the proposed hug ordnance depot on the sand ridge south of Ogden. . The following dispatch came to The Standard over the Associated Press wires: WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 A joint reso lution authorizing the war department to expend $13,000,000 for the construc tion of ordnance and supply depots at Ogden, Utah, and Sparta, Wis., and proving grounds at Savanna, 111., was Introduced today by Senator King. Utah. When the announcement was mzde that Ogden had been selected as a LIE OF MARCH FOR PERSIC'S VISIT ISIIOOBQ General John J. Pershing, will be the guest of Ogden City for one hour January 1G, according to word received hero by the Herman Baker Post No. 9, of the American Legion. The stay of one hour in Ogden will be granted provided the train bearing General Pershing and his staff arrives in Ogden, at 10:05 o'clock on that date. Seven automobiles for the reception of the leader will bo furnished by women of Ogden. The reception com mittee will be composed- of the follow ing American Legion officers and others: Jess Holther, Jack Llttleflcld, Captain J. Ray Ward, Art Woolley, Yrch Moyes, Ensign Horrlck and L. D. Dee. Mayor Frank Francis, Commis sioners Flygare and Ward will repre sent the city. Warron L. Wattis will represent the Weber club, Stewart Dobbs the University club, Mrs. J. U. Eldredge, Jr., the Service Star Legion, Frank Driggs the Rotary club, Roscoe Crlasmann and J. U. Eldregdc, Jr., the Press, G. A. Goates, the Boy Scouts, Superintendent Karl Hopkins, tho Ogden schools, and Mrs W. C. Doug las, the Ogden Federated Women's clubs. One member of the Spanish war vet erans and one member of the Civil war veterans will also be present. Lieut. Colonel Mack Garr, a member of General Pershing's staff, will greet Ins superior officer at the Union Depot upon his arrival here. Lieutenant Col onel Kimball will also greet the dis tinguished visitor. Upon leaving the depot the line of parade will bo from Wall avenue east on Twenty-fifth street to Washington avenue. At Washington avenue the machines will turn south to Twenty sixth streot, east to Monroe avenue, north on Monroe avenue to Twenty fifth street, west on Twenty-fifth street to Jefferson avenue, north on Jefferson to the Weber Normal college. General Pershing will address former service men, students of the schools and citizens for ten minutes at this part of the course. Boy Scouts and school children will be assembled at Lester park with American flags. Leaving Lester park the parade will go west on Twenty-fourth street to Washington avenue, thence south to Twenty-fifth street and west to the depot. t Former service men, members of the American Legion and Boy Scouts will fall in line on both tho north and south sides of Twenty-fifth streot from Wall to Washington avenues. As the general and his party pass the former service men the men will fall In line. The Southern Pacific band will lead the procession. , - NOTICE There will be a meeting for nil mem bors of the Masonic Fraternity of Og den, Utah, in the Masonic Temple on Saturday evening, January 10th, 1920, it 7:30 p. m. Business of interest to avery Mason will be presented and all members arc requested to be present MASONIC TEMPLE ASSOCIATION. 2012 nn Young Woman Blown 'To Ground By Gale While crossing between Wright's store and tho Mclntyre drug store at the intersection of Twenty-fourth street nnd Washington avenue, this morning, a girl of about 18 years of ago was hurled to the pavement by the wind. Three men wont to her rescue. The girl was in a semi-conscious con dition when taken into the drug store. The wind wrenched the large sign of the Greenwell confectionery store from its fastening. The falling sign demolished a large plate glass window. I A window at the A. L. Brewer dairy! supply establishment on Twenty-1 m-, wr-t 1 1 i i n mai i 1 1 i inBagg site of one of tho big depots, it wnf stated that 3,000,000 would bo expend ed on the structures. The dispatch today would Indicati that a much Inrger sum will be spenl here that is if the Ogden depot is tr be as large as the other two depotf mentioned. Assurance has been sent to Ogdor by Utah's congressmen that tho ap propriation will bo voted by congrenf since the ordnance depots aro held necessary under the plans of the Unit ed States to bo better prepared than the nation was before the big war. Hopes aro expressed that construe tion work can be commenced in the spring. fourth 3treot and Wall avenue, was also blown out. oo CARD OF THANKS We desire to thank our relatives and friends for the kindness nnd loving sympathy shown to us In our grieving hours and funeral of our husband and father. MRS. FRITJOF ANDERSON AND FAMILY. oo Society SERIES OF AMERICAN LEGION DANCES. The first dance of a series of four dances will be held at the Assembly hall Wednesday evening, January 14, by the Herman Baker post No, 9 of the American Legion. Ensign Herrick, Roscoe Gwilllams and Howard Swan-' nor, members of the dance'eommittee will have direct charge of the dances. The second dance will be held January 30, the third February 13 and the fourth February 27. j CHILD CULTURE CLUB. The Child Culture club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the University club. Tho hostesses are Mrs. Annie Deo and Mrs. Kate Empey. Mrs. Zeda Walker will act as chairman. Better Book Weew .'s the subject for discussion. ST. JOSEPH'S SEWING CLUB TO MEET. Mrs. Martha Fisher will be hostess' to St. Joseph's Sewing society Thurs day afternoon when all members are expected to bo present. j LADIES TO RULE AT ROTARIAN MEETING Ladies will hold sway at the meeting' of the Rotarians at the Weber club, at 7 o'clock this evening. An unusual number of musical events have been arranged. I Instructions from "Faith, Hope and Charity," to the club members follow: "You may anticipate heavy fine for appearing in any but informal dress.' Over-dressed Rotarians are subject to' court-martial. i "Deliver all presents or orders for presents to the Berthana hall, between 2 and 6 p. m. Wednesday afternoon. Attendant will be present. For further information consult Ralph Roberts. Any outward show of pleasure dur ing the proceedings, any expression of appreciation of presents received or conduct not in strict accord .with the spirit of religious gatheringswlll be considered a misdemeanor, and at tended by punishment prescribed by the sergeant-al-arms. "All members and guests must re main until everybody is ready to quit. "If you eat before you come, you will be required to sit in the waiting room until the others ha' o e?.ten. "Wo guarantee nothing, but will re fund price of admittance by tho unani mous vote of tho house. I "Be there, be on time, and watch your step and powder puffs." . . LINCOLN CIRCLE Abraham Lincoln Circle, No. 2, will moot a,t tho I. O. O. F. hall Tnursday afternoon at 2:30. As this is tho first business meeting of the year,k it is re quested that everybody fpleaso turn out. HOME CULTURE CLUB. The Home Culture club will meet at the homo of Mrs. W. E. Moore, 715 Twenty-eighth street, Saturday after noon at 2:30. The subject for dis cussion will be "The School." It will be led by Mrs. W. L. Peterson. t RUSHMER HOME. J. T. Rushmer has returned from California.. Ho took his baby to the Children's hospital, San Francisco, for treatmehL Mrs. Rushmer remained on the coast, AT ESTHER HOME. Announcement is made that me meeting of tho Methodist Ladies' Home Missionary society, which was to have been held tomorrow afternoon at the Esther Home, has been post- B poned until the last week in January. oo C Read the Classified Ads. II I II II TTTgn mh 'W fan h III WBggMB REX BEACH'S GREAT DRAMA1 OF THE NORTH g ' ' ; The Picture That Has Been the Talk of the Town. i &j STARTING TOMORROW B ) p Big Extra Program for the Livestock Show Visitors. Wm SjJ !&BiSL My Husband's 1 $ &3Rtt Other Wife aivdanaiiskrcast, tcs Another Special Child- SH : &t p ren's Matinee Satur- JBB i &f jgmfo day 12 Noon to 4 Wj& i $r MA P. M., the Feature K . "AH B vanJ, Forty H j S fill' THEATRE W j jj mil I lf!LVmiiYrW S'tV "You're Always Pleased." DflfWl Mr ' Prices: Matinee Adults Mg JM 'Vtvm 20c, Kiddies 6c; Night, p M H sn(fk P Adults 25c, Kiddies 10c. JjjF ! ' SlJ&e I case km mm I H t Our "free delivery" competitors have always wondered why 1 t gJ K our "cash and carry" plan is more popular when the weather is 'j the worsi. The reason for this is plausible. When the weather 1 is bad hundreds of men cannot do their outside work. Men I flip will go down town some time during the days they are away I I from work and it is cniy natural under such conditions that they 1 fid : desirious of saving in every way possible. j In summer the housewife does the "cash and carry" saving. j let your men folks call at our store or market for your daily B I needs during the bad weather. Five or ten cents saved on a S p : oound of butter, a dozen eggs, a package x)f raisins, a pound of I R beefsteak or a roast will soon amount to a lot. ! tsj SOME OF OUR PRICES . jp 1 EGGS BUTTER BACON HAMS I tM ? Best storage eggs 60c 5? clualit' Jsweet breakfast ij eo, 3 rr u L. bacon, pound 38c S tfftft J Frcsh ranch e993 70c 40c eastern hams, by the whole - &y Ranch butter COc ham, pound . ' 33c S P Ijj&a ?n The best creamery butter . . 70c Vz ham, pound 35c i !j!Sf I 9 2 pounds creamery butter . . $1.35 Streaked salt pork, pound ... 27c .; ft&n . ' . . .. oc 10 pounds net pure lard . . $2.95? :; !6d 40c cccoanut butter 35c 5 potJnds nct puPre ard $155 H Full cream cheese, pound . . . 40c 2 pounds net pure lard ..... 69c jj Mjfl HONEY JAMS SUGAR 'm 100 pound sack for.. .... $11.75 ' 60c large glass jar 3trained 8 pounds fo'r . . . $1.00 g ; . honey . . . ' A8z 4 pounds for" 50c ii yJ 45c jar pure jam ....... 33c ri nnn I i ; fefe 60c jar pure jam 48c iAHU lLUUK 40c jar apricot jam 32c Zr m"' "0VCr knW. h?W mUch H , , . . ., .4 satisfaction you arc missing until 4 WK, 5 pound stone jars pure jelly $1.39 you try onc sack of Idaho f,our, 5 ; IVER tn Costs a little more, worth a lot plofi I 4 POUNDS ONIONS, 25c J'pound sack Idaho flour . . $2.90 l j I Onions arc a luxury now at the 2 48 pound sacks Idaho flour $5.75 J (jjjtoia D price most stores ask. Lay in a !"arge sac! corn meal ... 59c B i lpTa V fv., nm.rJ,- nnw Large sack rolled oats .... 69c S ljki k few poundc now. Large sack ,daho germade . . 75c fyfe Large sack Idaho pancake flcur 75c I llft I WALNUTS MAPLF SYRUP 1 I W. 6 New soft shell walnute,, pound 45c m-rE"JlUr jjj i New hard shell walnuts, pound 35c At "r price jt ccsts ony a littlc K 1 '& n m i j -i more than sugar syrup. K c Nfe M New almonds, pound 35c p,,n ' , . P, M 5? m ' 1 run gallon can maple ayrup $2.39 sj h 8Bfm U 2 pounds large frech peanuts . 45c Full 2 gallon can maple syrup $1.35 Tj I $7.25 CASE OF CANNED MILK $6 25 I I; t 1 i si Buy your case now and save a dollar. AH stores have the Al- t j E: 1 pine, Sego and Borden's. 48 tall cans for $6.25 or only 13c a I Scl j can. I I afcij I CANNED GOODS TO BE MORE 3 p j Our present stock of canned corn, tomatoes, peas, etc., will 1 I fi? I soon be exhausted and ve know our next purchases will cost us 3 f W 3 much more. If you need a few cases for spring don't put it off, jj ! j buy them now. SEE IT TODAY 10c-20c-30c fi j I "Soldiers of Fortune" I 1 SCHEDULE TODAY DOORS OPEN 1:30 i f FEATURE 2:00, 3:50, 5:40, 7:30, 9:20 Ml J IfcM 'K fa 1 I I COMEDY 3:20, 5:10, 7:00, 8:50 tL JLj JL JL AM. IWJL Mj MXL AM. M t