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SVTURDW JANUARY 17 1920 ' CSU S'tWlljWC ' OGDEN. UTAH ,
l I UTAH-Last Time Teday " is I horsUand W.Cll011 jjOflC I j: I HIGH LIFE : I .! 8 ' D0NT FORGET THE GREAT K!DS MATINEE TODAY Open 1 P. M.- " 1 'j TOMORROW ELSIE FERGUSON in her Newest, Best Picture. Ij'J CARD PARTY AND DANCE. (1 -One of the pleasant events of the if week was the card party and dance, j 1 sivon by the Mountain Social club at j ific Eagles' lodge on Grant avenue, i The partv was under the auspices of M flic employes of the Ogdcn Packing, i and Provision company and was large-, fv attended. The program of dance1 ' Selections was unique, each dance be-, ft nig nanibd after brands and products j k manufactured and sold by the com 5 panv. During the evening refresh iff ments consisting of delicious fruit W lflmch and wafers were served. Ridges iji Orchestra furnished the musio. ) ft The floor committe on this occasion consisted of Andy WoHe, Supennten-! i (h?niNG. F- Madsen, chairman. J, J. 9 Fitzgerald and William Purrington. (fl The club is planning another arfair if fp be given in the near future. This ro will be a masquerade party. I " DANCING PARTY, y If - Last Monday evening at the home I C Mr and Mrs. Edward Parrette. 32-14 II Grant avenue, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Jr., I and Mrs. Parrette entertained a .mini-, II Ocr of friends at a dancing party. The IE Cooms were made attractive wltn pot IE ted ferns and flowers and the decora II uon in the dining room were carried II uUt in pink and whitei The favors l Kcre while bon bon cups filled with l pink and white mints and nuts. Dur Dl Jng the evening when dancing was en II ijvyed, fniit punch was served. At 111 midnight a delicious luncheon was D served. The following guests were l present: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joes- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Drown, Mr. 1 1 and Mrs. Bert Hall, Mr. and Mrs. II Roger Connor. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Durk, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Snyder, 1 Mr and Mrs. Hugh Armel, Mr and II Mrs. Alma Mourtlsen, Mr. and Mrs.; Ijj Jack Quinn, Jr., Steven Sweeney, John II O'Nc-il, Mr. Cooper, Mrs. Florence 1 Haring, Mr. and Mrs. Parrette. It LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA. I Mrs. L. B. Wheeler Reid and little I i son, Bobby, of New York City, who I have been visiting in Ogden vith Mrs. V Reid's mother, Mrs. Fred Packard, left Ij Ogden today in company with Mrs. I Packard for Los Angeles and other I California points of interest. They will I! be on the coast for about four months K and will return by way of San Fran m cisco. Mrs. Reid was formerly Miss I Lillian Packard of this city. Mr. Reid H fs an official of the Canadian govern I ment with headquarters in New York II ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT, jl Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hutchens I -wish to announce the engagement of I Iheir daughter, Ardis, to Onier Wad- 1 Toups of Bountiful. The wedding is to I lake place in February. IENGINEMEN'S AND FIREMEN'S DANCE A CUCCESS. One of the pleasant events of the week was given at the Berthana last Wednesday evening when the local lodge of Locomotive Firemen and En gJnemen entertained at a dancing par ty in the Berthana. Music was furnished by the enlarged Lillian Thatcher orchestra, special 1 numbers being arranged for by the I onginemen. The program was unique 1 In designation of the various dances, 1 starting with Ogden, "All Aboard," S. and continuing to Frisco: "Oh Bov! 1 fcot's Step." 1 The dance committee comprised E. H. Montgomery, D- F Egginton, and A L. Ferguson, and the floor commit tee included P. H. Woolsey, J. Dwyre, H. Candland, F. Sowcrby, J. Medcraft, H. Speak, O. Larson and A. Reid. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. George Shorten of this citv wish to announce the engagement of "their daughter. Pauline to Mrs. Al bert C. Stout of Pocatcllo, Idaho. The wedding is to take place in the near future. MARRIED FOLKS' DANCE The married folks of the Twelfth (ward are to give a dancing parly in !the ward amusement hall next Friday. January 23 Leap Year "stunts' will be in order and a 6plendid orchestra will furnish music for the dancers. Re freshments will be served. A good lime is assured all who attend. TURKEY SUPPER The employes of the Superior Clean ing company enjoyed a turkey supper last Monday evening. Following the dinner the evening was spenl in play ing games and enjoying musical selec tions. A merry time was spent and the employes hope to repeat the affair in the near future. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO PLAY IN OGDEN Ono of the splendid attractions, which Miss Mary Jones has been in strumental in bringing to this city to tho supreme delight of all lovers or the best in music, is the Minneapolis Symphony orchestra, which will play in Ogden at the tabernacle. February 11. There are eighty-five members in the well known orchestra and a fine program will be given. LEAVE FOR BLACKFOOT, IDAHO' Mrs. Lillian Coray and her young son Howard left Osclen yesierday for their home in Blackfol, Idaho, after visiting in Ogden for the past two weeks with Mrs. Coray'a parents, Mr. and Mrs, Chris Flygare. j I W. O. W..BALL IMMENSE SUCCESS. The biggest event of the winter, fra ternally speaking, was tho ball given by Weber Camp No. 74, Woodmen of the World, last Thursday evening in tho Woodmen hall on Washington ave nue. More than five hundred people participated in the festivities which in cluded dancing and card playing. The big event came as a fitting climax to the recent campaign for new members lasting thirty days, during which time over ono hundred and ten new mem bers were added to the order, the to tal membership now being consider ably over twelve hundred. . The social side of the order is receiving more at tention just now than heretofore and is not only adding to tho popularity of the lodge but is bringing out a larger and more enthusiastic attend ance. It is the intention of the camp to give similar parties very often in the future and thus add as much as possible to the social pleasure of the order. MRS A. W. PUTNAM On last Monday -afternoon the retlr-' ing. officers of Miriam Chapter, nnd' those who had officiated as officers from time to time during the year, availed themselves of the opportunity to express to the retiring Worthy Ma-. tron, Mrs. A. W. Putnam their appre-l elation of her time devotion to Miriam' i I J ANNOUNCEMENT J 1 I We have purchased from the Utah Tire Repair Co. I their battery equipment and stock and moved same H 1 to 2308 Washington Ave. 1 1 We have the agency for the D. G. Battery, a num- Hj 1 ber of which have been sold in Ogden and we invite H 1 vou t C2l and examine them. Hl 1 Let us test your batteries and put them in first class Hf I condition. Testing Free. . V I Ogden D-G Battery Company Hl I 23C8 Washington Ave. H 3 Phcnc467 i A. D. Noblit P. E. Gysin Chapter and the fraternal work of the order of the Eastern Star Guests ar riving came as a complete surprise to Mrs. Putnam, but her genial disposi tion could" only assure the ladies that they were more than wc-lcome. Dur- I ing the afternoon, refreshments were served, and a gift, which was a token of love and appreciation of the officers was presented by Mrs. Ralph ; Roberts. t I Those present were: Mrs. Angus Kennedy, Mrs. J. E. Epperson. Mrs A. B. Corey, Mrs. James McCulIough, Mrs. George M. Foster, Mrs. Burton ' Dinsmore, Mrs. F. E.. Nichols, Mrs V. C. Gunnell. Mrs. J. H. Spargo, Mrs Lois Domison. Mrs. H. Stevens, Mrs j E. L. Howes, Mrs. M. II. Allan, Mrs. LV. C. Binford. Mrs. William V. Rocke feller, Miss Lillian Newton, Mrs. Rein ' hold Kanzler, Mrs. S. L. . Brick and I mvh. J '. Parker. . I KITCHEN SHOWER. ! Miss Mary Bell, a bride-to-be, was .given a kitchen shower by Mrs. H. 1 Mack Tuesday evening. The bride re-1 ceived many useful kitchen utensils. I The evening was spent in games. Rc-1 fresiiments were served to the follow- ( ,;ng: Mrs. H. Mack, Mrs. F. Watkius, I Mrs. II. Riley. Mrs. A. Gladwoll, Mrs. ! Eva Broshire, Mrs. Ellen Tanner, Miss I Bessie Peterson, Miss Margaret Dav idson, Miss Anna Davidson, Lillian Johnson, Maud Paine, Dora Paine,1 Grace Atkinson. Elizabeth Bell, Ruth , Tanner, Dorothy Woods, Phyllis , Woods, Gertrude Bell and Beatrice ,L0- I FOR BRIDE-ELECT. On Friday Miss Grover Atkinson gave a parcel shower for Mary Bell, a bride-to-be. Miss Bell received many beautiful and useful gifts. The ' evening was spent In games and sing ing. Thoso present were: Mrs. J. i Gciger, Mrs. F. Tout, Mrs. F. Cave, iMrs.'E. Paul, Mrs. Albert Bell. Mrs. Jb. Norda, Mrs. B. Schulte3, Mrs. Joe Steger, Mrs. C. Sargent, Mrs. F. Wat .'kins, Mrs. H. Mack, Mrs. Ea Bros-1 .lire. Mrs. H. Woods, Mrs. H. Strat- ford, Miss E. Barrett, Sadie Brooker. ! Lizzie Bell, Maud Paine, Dora Paine, Dorothy McBratney, Lillian Johnson. Violet Johnson. Elvera Johnson, Bos-1 sic Peterson, Gertrurc Bell, Mrs. E. 1 Taylor, Mrs. Jennie Thorstenson, Mrs. Olive Cradwick, Mrs. Bernice Dondahl, Vera Shipley, Louise Schelin, Mrs. F. Blair and Beatrice Lee. PARCEL SHOWER. Mary Bell.ji bride-to-be, was sur priced by a parcel shower given ,by Miss Sadie Brooker Friday evening. The bride-elect received many beauti i ful gifts. Games were played and prizes won by Maud Paine and Grace : Atkinson. A delicious lunch was i served to the following: Mrs. Brook ; er, Mrs. F. Tout. Mrs. E. Borshire, i Miss Sadie Brooker. Miss Edna Bar- rett, Miss Maud Paine, Miss Dora Paine, Miss Grace Atkinson, Miss Eliz abeth Bell, Miss Gertrude Boll. Heatherbell Club. The ladies of the Heatherbell club held their regular monthly meeting, Monday evening at the home of Mrs. j Mary Birnie, Wall avenue. A short bus-1 inoss meeting was held, presided over by the president, Mrs. Mary Birnio. I Committees were appointed for the celebration of the seventh anniversary to be held in February at the home of Mrs. Mary Heywocd, Orchard ave-, nue.after business was disposed of, i alle njoyed a delightful luncheon.! Games were'enjoyed by all, prizes be Ing won by Mis. Mary ITeywood nnd Mrs. Jean Simpson. Those who en Ijoyed the evening: Mrs. Agnes Moyes, Mrs. Eliza Faddis, Mrs. Mary Carr, Mrs. Jean Burton, Mrs. Jean Ander son, Mrs. Jean Simpson, Mrs. Jennie Stuart, Mrs. Margaret Adams. Mrs. jSmily Stewart, Mrs. Mary Heywood, I Mrs. Margaret Anderson. Mrs. Agnes , Warner, Mrs. Mary Birnie, Mrs. Rus sell. i Miriam Chapter, O. E. S. On Monday afternoon, Jan. 19. be: tween the hours of 3 and 5, Miriam chapter No. 11, O. E. S.. entertained at a January ten in the Masonic tem ple. All members of the order are cordially, invited. Hostesses for the1 afternoon are: Mrs. W. C. Binford, Mrs. W. H. Allan, Mrs. W. H. Brown, 'Mrs. Ada Browning, Dr. Margaret Burns, Mrs. C. H. Carman, Mrs. Clar ence Clark, Mrs. L. , S. Corey, Mrs. Max Davidson, Mrs. Thomas H. Da- jvis, Mrs. Lois Demson, Mrs.. Charles I Dinsmore, Mrs. Llda Dodson, Mrs. I John Dumke and Mrs.' J. E. Epper- ' son. ' oo II Burns Anniversary ! j to be Celebrated Burn's birthday anniversary will be .observed by tho Bobbv Burns club on January 24. D. O. McKay will be the principal speaker. The address of , I welcome will be delivered by G. Dun-j jcan-McLeod. Following the entertain I ment which will be held in the Wood man's hall, a dance will be held. A full pipe band in uniform will furnish music during the evening. J Mr. .McLeod reports Chat a direct .descendant of Burns will attend the V 1 meeting. FI1L FDR ALINE MIDLER TUT HOflHW I ALINE CHANDLER TROUT. At the general hospital, Tocatello, Idaho, on January 15, Aline Chandler Trout passed away. Thr deceased was born at Vincennes, Ind , on August' 25. 1890, and .spent the greater part, of her life at Wilson Lane and Og-' den, moving to Pocatello, Idaho, about a year and a half ago. On December 29, 191H, she was unit ed in marriage with Sidney J. Trour, formerly with the First National bank of Ogden and -now assistant cashier of the Stock. Growers' Bank & Trust company of Pocatello. Idaho. ' She Is survived by Mrs. Boyd S. Chandler, her mother, of Smithfield, Utah; Sidney J. Trout, her husband; Fay Chandler, brother, of Kennet, Cal.; Grace Chandler Brown, Dorothy Chandler, Helen Chandler, Leantine Chandler, sisters, and Kenneth Chan dler, brother, all of Smithfield, Utah. Funeral services will be held at tho Kirkendall chapel at 2:30 p. m. Sun day. Interment will be at the city cemetery. The remains may be viewed at the Kirkendall chapel from Satur day to the time ot tho service. The host of friends that the deceased made during her life lime all join in extend ing sympathy to the bereaved family in this sad hour. oo Forest Service to Deny Permits to Foreigners Recently deciding that a policy of 100 per cent Americanization would be observed by tho forest sercise, an nouncements have been made that no further grazing permits would bo giv en to aliens or non-citizens of the coun try. J. E. Scott has stated that while o further permits will be granted to aliens, that thoso holding permits at present would not have their permits abruptly revoked. Charlie Chaplin in "A Night at the Show" and William Dun can in "Smashing Barriers" at the Lyceum today. 00 To insure publication in the cliurch notice department of. Saturday's Standard, matter j for that department should be in The Standard office Friday afternoon. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 24th and Madison. W. L. Mellinger, pastor. Bible school 10 a. m.', C. S.-fsprlnger, Supt. Morning worship and commu nion 11 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. 0:30 p. m. Evening evangelistic service 7; 20 p. m. Mid-week service 7: 30 -Wednesday evening. All services open to the pub i lie. v ' FIRST BAPTIST Grant avenue, di rectly north of the postoffjce."Dr.'nay Palmer, minister. ' Residence' ' 5S3 Twenty-fifth street. Phone 16GS. Serv ices Sunday as follows: 10 a. m.," Sun- day school : Carlisle .Stevens, super intendent. 11 a. m, morning worship. Sermon by the minister. Theme, "The Power of Prayer." There will" be' spe cial music by the choir. 0:150 p. m., Young People's Baptist Union will meet. Russell Stevens, president. J There will be a general meeting, the 1 subject will be "My Favorite Song". All young people' invited. ' 7:30, popu lar evangelistic service. Fifteen min utes of song service, led by the choir. Dr. Palmer will preach a sermon on theme, "I Have a Mesage From God Unto Thee." A most Cordial invita tion is extended to all citizens and vis itors to all of our services. Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. The subject will be "Prayer." A num ber of people will make three-minute talks on "Prayer." THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Reverend Godfrey Mat thews, minister. 10:30 a. m. Divine worship and sermon. Subject "Money and Stewardship." Music, Miss Ivlne Shields; prelude. Romance by Raff; offertory. Consolation No. 2, by Liszt and postlude Grandioso by PastVo. An them by the quartet composed of Miss Zoa Kirkpatrick, Miss Graco Mat- I 4T& O O-tf 17 T AM TOMORROW C O K IT tl tL LI M MON. TUES. WED. , 15, 7, 9 P. M. Prices 25c and 10c J ! The One and Only ' 'I Poor Charlie in this film is , . a "Show Fer". everybody duiT TfteH TB-E WlTt)tD -rF?Er TRAFFIC The cop was on the job, but Charlie wasnTt "A DAY'S PLEASURE9' A picture that makes the glooms "Take the Dust" His fourth Million Dollar comedy. Also William Desmond in "A Sagebrush Hamlet." jj I thews, Douglas Brian and Mr. E. L. Howes. Sunday school 11:45 a. m. Classes for all grades and ages. Kin dergarten department under the direc- 'lion of1 Mrs. Goodwall and helpers; 'Ladles' Aid class conducted by Mrs. ! George J. Kelly. Men's class conduct- led by Dr. E. P. Mills. 7:30 p. m. Divine. ; worship and sermon; subject. "The Jesus of Matthew. Mark and Luke."! Music, Miss Shields. Prelude. Cres-I cendo by Lasson; offertory, Song Without words by Saint Saens and postlude, March by Hallaender. Soloi selected. Miss Grace Matthews. j Strangers and visitors are welcome i THE SECOND CONGREGATIONAL Five Points, Reverend Godfrey Mat thews, minister. Sermon and worship 2:30 p. m. Sunday school for the evan gelical people of this district. Parents I arc urged to support this work. Mrs. jj. C. Simmons, superintendent. All made welcome. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEP HERD Corner of Grant avenue and Twenty-fourth street, opposite the post office. John W. Hyslop, rector. The second Sunday after the Epiphany. Holy communion at S a. m. Sunday school service at 3:45 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. All are cordially welcome. Tho Women's Guild will meet on Wednesday after noon wflh Mrs. G. W. Prout and Mrs. II. C. Marchant, at the home of Mrs. Prout, 294G Porter avenue. EL1M ENGLISH LUTHERAN' CHURCH Corner of Jefferson and 23rd SL Arthur E. Olson, pastor. Sun day school and Bible class every Sun-' (day at 10:00 a. m. Morning services second, fourth and fifth Sundays of j month at 11 o'clock. No morning serv 1 Ices this Sunday. Evening services ev ery Sunday at S o'clock. Text for ser- mon: John 4: 5-2G. Theme: "Conversa tion With Samaritan Woman Pictures Way in Which Jesus Saves Souls." In-, stallation of church officers at close of (meeting. The Dorcas society meets I next Wednesday evening at the homo iof Miss Elva Johnson, 2652 Quinc3 I avenue. Friends and members are- urged to come, i FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCI- ENTISTS Corner Monroe avenue and 'Twenty-fourth street Sunday morning' i service at 11:00 o'clock. Theme. I "Life." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. , I Wednesday evening testimonial meet-' ;ing at 7:30 p. m. Reading rooms at !ol2, First National bank building open, daily from 12 m. to 5 p. m-, except Sun days and holidays. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Located on 24 Ih street, next to tho court house. Christian R. , Garver, pastor. 10:00 a. m. Sunday I i school. C. M. Wilton, Supt. Classes' for all. If not in Sunday school why' not start now? 11: 00. a. m. morning worship. Sermon by the Rev. John J. Lace, D. D.. of Salt Lake City- Spe cial music by Vera Frey Tieason, pipe organist. Prelude, Pastorale, Rhein-, berger; offertory, Song Without Words, Mendelssohn; postlude, Etude, Dudley Buck Mrs. Very Frey Season 1 12 m. class meeting. S:30 p. m. Ep worth league. A good leader, in inter esting topic and a refreshing time. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. The pas I tor will comply with the request of ' Daniel C. Roper, commissioner ot in ternal revenue. Mr Roper calls upon the clergymen throughout the land to j bring attention to their congregations I tho necessity and vital importanco of j"Law as a Cornerstone ot American-'ism-" Mr. Roper says: "Whether i prohibition is a wise national policy is i no longer a question for debate or con itention among good citizens- This step i has been incorporated as an integral I part of the constitution of our country, ; and all law-abiding citizens will de mand it." A special funeral sermon ' over John Barleycorn will be preached by ihc pastor. Evening numbers on the pipe organ: Prelude, (a) Berceuse. I by Kargnoff, (b) Adagio, Hayden; of-, ' fertory. Clanson du Nult. Elgar; post lude, Album Leaf, Grelg Mrs. Vera i Frey Beason, organist. Tuesday eve jning at G:30 p, m. Dr. J. H. N. Williams of Salt Lake City will lecture before the Men's club of the church. All men are urged to attend. 7:30 p. m. Wed nesday prayer and praise service. 2:30 p. in. Thursday in the church tho j Women's Homo Missionary society will hold a guest meeting. All Women of the church and friends aro invited. Rev. Mellinger of the Christian church will lecturo on "Mexico." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Ed-, ward Carver pastor. Morning wor ship at 11. Theme. "Courtesy Unto God and Good Manners Unto Men.'' Sunday school at' 12:15. Lieut. Coi. ! Mack Garr will speak at the openir4;N exercises. Evening worship at 7:30.' Theme, "The Practical Bearing of Plain Faith." The yearly meeting of the church and congregation will be held Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid society will serve refresh ments and there -will be a social hour. The quartet composed of Mrs. Agnes Warner. Mrs. C. IT. Stevens, Ed. Pe terson and James Simpson will render Mozart's "Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord." at the morning hour, and Concone's "O, Lord Most Merciful' at the evening hour. There will also be the usual chorals and responses'. Tho soloists A for the day will be Mrs. Louise Pierce ft Martineau and Miss Mona Smith. 1 ' , WALL AVENUE BAPTIST Morn- J ( , ing worship at 11 a. m. Subject. "The -(: Lssons of Experience." Sunday J ' , school at 12:30 p. m. Young pcopple's , meeting at 7 p. m. Evening worship ! at S p. m. Subject, "The Church In ; ; , the Perplexities of a Changing Order." ; A verv cordial invitation is extended , ' by all. , I t Have our stores entered a new year with increased volume that 1 j compares with our 1920 record. This is proof of the fact that I i 1 people desire to save more than ever before. It is also proof B Iof the increasing confidence that grocery users of Idaho, Utah i and Wyoming have in our plan of square dealings. No other I reward for our efforts is appreciated by us more than the dis- . play of confidence by those who deal with us daily from year to P r year. Our plan of selling groceries makes our stores safe, de- j pendable places even for the children to trade j 4 ' Some of Our Prices j j .' 8 POUNDS SUGAR $1 BUTTER CHEAPER, 60c I I Wc have protected our customers Commencing Monday morning our Son a small quantity of sugar. At fresh churned creamery butter will f ( present wc can furnish them with sell for 60c a pound. This is a M sugar at 122c a pound, while many most welcome reduction. ft dealers are charging 15c to 17c a . . . . 5jj N 2 . , . . , Fresh churned creamery butter COc iV 3 pound. Only 8 pounds to each cus- . , . I- ij . r Local ranch butter . d5c S ft 2 tomer. ..... v g Freeh cocoanut butter ..... 35c f, CHILI SOUPS J" f rem dzh? chec" : 40c I I w u Whole Y. A. cheese, 8 pounds V 5 20c cans chili con carni, 2 cans 25c cacn 37c I ; 20c cans chili con carni, 12 f. I cans $1,45 HAMS RACOM I ? ' 15c soups, all varieties, 2 cans " B J for Both are quoted much higher S again at wholesale. For the coming a ! I 35c lnr3e cans ysters 29c week we can supply you at the old 1 I m 20c small cans oysters 15c price. H h K 25c cans minced clams .... 20c Eastern breakfast bacon, pound 38c I Sugar cured whole hams . . . 33c I ? 9 MAPLE SYRUP Sugar cured half hams ..... 35c B You will like our Westmoreland Streaked salt bacon 27c i I maple syrup better than any other I j 1 brand, though It costs you much GOOD FLOUR S I ess- .Pahced V? fu" meaoure 9- Another car of "Mack's Best" I Ion and half gallon cans. f, fpom Smithndd wi arrjve 1 p P Ma"S Sil soon- Idaho flour will soon I 1 Fu,i half gallon cans $1'39 I be gone. While it lasts the price 1 j 1 i inn .mm nnim o wi" be S2-95 for CSCh 48 pound 3 5 1 10 LBS. NAVY BEANS 89c sack. 1 M These are choice clean stock and ij I uick My cookers- 1 CASE CANNED MILK $6.25 I P rivwrn TrrTTi'n-re .This is your l?st chance to save H i CANNED VEGETABLES ! a dollar on one case of milk. At this 1 Jj 20c cans sugar corn 15c 1 price it costs you 13c a can. v7e m )j Kj 25c cans Country Gentleman have either the Alpine or Sego. H 3 corn 20c 1 case tall cane milk .... $6.25 0 2 cans Early June peas ..... 35c 1 dozen tall cans milk .... $1.75 I n 1 can June peas 15ci 1'can milk 15c 1 j 2 large cans overripe tomatoes 25c' 1 case 6 dozen small milk . . $5.00 I I Large cans whole tomatoes . . 15c 1 dozen small milk 90c 1 3 J Large cans kraut 15c 3 cans small milk- 25c 1 jj 1 Large cans lye hominy .... 15c H PREPARED PANCAKE FLOUR Fpkagseeded raisins 45c I j 8 pound sacks only 75c 30c package seedless raisins . . 25c S 2 packages Aunt Jemima . . . 35c 2 pounds prunes 45c j No Worked Overs j j I Unlike other milliners who have been in business for years, I j I our hats are all new. Every hat, all trimmings and designs I jj I shown by us -the coming season will be 1920 styles and mer- I f I chandise. Trimmers and designers just fresh from the big fac- I 1 tories are with us now and we promise you the most complete I 3 : I stock of spring and summer hats ever shown in Ogden. Re- I JB i member our prices are less, too. I , 1 '