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Hj g THE QGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN. UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920 I J Milling I l 11 We are showing this season an unusually beautiful i 1 18 group of the Newest Modes in Children's, Misses' and 1 9 Ladies' gj 111 l TRIMMED HATS. '.V i Hi jjt ' ' PRICES RANGING FROM " 'l ji 1 I $1.98 to $12.00 I H; lj UNTRIMMED HATS B ! jp The Matron or the Miss will find here exceptional values, : flS where varying styles are numerous, and quality of materials 1, 8 tar hc.vond that found in much higher priced hats, else- jjp B o Correct Trimming at Popular Prices 0, ' H Ostrich in various styles. Flowers and Ornaments. Rib- 1 1 jp bons. Laces, Veilings and Malines. Hat Linings, Brickrani, , jj 'Wire and Rice Net Hat Frames. , Hi : Coniiiri anv da v. anv time, and let us show you the H;l B B1 H p Styles and Values p; H i jj MILLINERY SECTION, MAIN FLOOR ! The Thrifty Shopper crcs our Down Stairs store, nev I h er Mirig to find there good, clean merchandise below S t 1 B generally prevailing market prices. S' l I Foley's Variety Store fli 1 2410 Washington Avenue Ogden, Utah If flowers' are'11' cheaper"'"' I Carnations, per doz $1.50 1 J I Daffodils, per doz 75c H S I Freesias, per doz '..,..!:. 75c 1 I Sweet Peas, per bunch 85c lj I , I Violets, per bunch 15c, 2 for 25c 0 I Marrigolds per bunch 15c I Cinerarias, large size, assorted colors, each $1.50 H T1R "SPIT R WlTl"P F""ernl Designs In Accordance With I, IUraLlLirS BT These Prices. 416 Twenty. fifth St. 9 j H f For Subscription and Advertising ' HlP Department, Call Phone No. 56. I RANDOM REFERENCES A square deal for everybody. Low est prices; latest styles. Fashion Shop Women's Wearing Apparel. Coats, suits, dresses, waists and skirts. 2470 Washington avenue. What is The Wedding Garment? For ages, theologians have discussed the question as to what is the wedding j garment? spoken of by our Lord, in ' tho parable. Dr. Ray Palmer will I speak on that theme Sunday evening, at 7:30 o'clock at the First Baptist church. Grant avenue, north of the postoffice. Forsale by owner One of the best 20 acres of land in Weber county on bench. Has 1,100 peach trees. 500 cherries, Bing, Napoleon and Lambert old water right, 6-room house, city i water, electric lights, 3,000 feet .street frontage, one.half fruit trees, one-half ' tomato and beet land. Immediate pot- session. C. H. 8mlth, 278 25th Street. ' 3592 Four Inches of Snow Four inrhes of niowfall during February in Ogden and adjacent territory has been report ed by J. Cecil Alter, meteorologist. The estimated depth of snow in moun tains near Ogdlfii is 40 inches. St. Patrick's Day, Mar. 17th, green carnations. Dumke Floral. Phono 250. 3571 William C. Simmons and Nellie M. I WhCft Buyns H j 2 Purity Bread ( made by the Wheeler Bakery, Federal HHH Bread 'made by the, Federal System of 1 Bakeries, Krystal Krust and Golden HHH Ivrust made by the Noorda Bakery. HHH Union label on every loaf. I i H 1 ' -j I Lisenbee, both of Twin Falls, Idaho, were married at the court house bv! Judge A. E. Pratt. ' ; Professor S. H. Clark of Chicago! University, will give three dramatic! readings at the Tabernacle, March 26; and 27, as follows: Abraham Lincoln,' (Drinkwater), Fridav evening George Washington, (Mackey), Saturdaw aft ernoon; The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, (Ibanez), Saturday eve ning. 3618 Maccabees Masquerade Ball K. P. hall March 17th. 3487 Wallpaper cleaners, the veterans of the game. Lowe & Greenwell. Phone 3338 3G23 District Engineer Returns District Engineer J. P, Martin has returned from a week's visit at Rerto, Nevada. He stated that the Lander county commissioner, together with the state road commissioners, had agreed to raise 35.000 towards the Eureka-Aus-1 j tin road. The forest service will spend , a similar sum. J Greincr's Chili Is the Best. 2619 Maccabees Masquerade Ball K. P. hall March 17th. U487 Real ice cream, $2.25 delivered. Greenwell Confectionery. 3030, BU1CK, cement and plaster Jobbing, chimneys, firewalls, etc. Phone 770. 1132 Old papers tor sate. Ogden Stand, ard. Coal M. L. .Tones Coal Ic Co. Prompt delivery. 413 24th St- 2173 Home made bread, pies, cakes. Made better. Greenwell Confectionery. 3030 Clean rags wanted at The SUneard Office. Clean rags wantea at The Standard office. v on . I t j Society DRAMA CLUB. Members of the Drama club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Ogden Conservatory of Music rooms with Miss Ethel Thoirias and Mrs. Louise Pierce Martlneau as hostesses. The program has been arranged as' I A ONE DAY opportunity I I to buy FIRST CLASS I foods at undreamed of B 1 All our meats and groceries are. absolutely FIRST u I CLASS no second grades among them. If you want 1 1 QUALITY foods at economical prices come to the Modern 1 1 Market TOMORROW, Saturday, the 13th. , I HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST GRADE I CORN FED STEER BEEF CANNED GOODS I I Extra Choice Standing Rib 2 Cans Milk, any brand . . 25c 1 Roasts, a pound 25c Bottle Catsup 30c j 1 Extra Choice Sirloin Steak, VAN CAMP'S PORK j I a pound -EA-L ... 30c AND BEANS jj I Extra Choice Veal Steaks, A dozen cans at a time is the 1 I . pound 40c most econoinical way to buy. A , Extra Choice "v'eal ' Cutlets, member we deliver your or- 1 1 pound 40c er f.ome- . f C1,n 1 Extra Choice Veal Shoulder Small can, a dozen for . $1.50 V S Steaks, pound 35c eo.runi can, a dozen for . $2.40 ! I Extra Choice Veal Shoulder Lare can a dozen for -.3.60 1 Roasts, pound 33c TEA 1 Extra Choice Veal Stew, Schilling's Best Japan, 8 1 1 Pouad 20c 01mceS 45c 1 Extra Choice Veal Shanks, Schilling's Best English 1 ' 1 pound 15c Breakfast, 8 ounces . . 45c 3 I HIGH QUALITY FRESH . COFFEE i j Extra Choirk Loin Sc'fTd ' ' 6 l I Chops, pound 35c SPECIAL SOAP SALE I 1 Eextra Choice Pork Loin FOR SATURDAY ONLY I Roasts, pound 35c 0ream 0il Soap, 4 bars . . 30c ! 1 Extra Choice Home Made Each customer limited to pur. j D Pork Sausage, pound . . .30c chase of 4 bars 1 S BUTTER AND EGGS Palm Olive, a bar 10c J Fresh Creamery Bttter, CDUOU rTCu r 1 pound 65n hKhbhl rloH 1 Fresh Ranch Eggs, dozen. .40c Sandabs, pound ..... 20c j jj Bonl fe . follows Review of book, ""French Ways and Their Meanings" Edith Wharlon Mrs- Henry F. Yolker Reading of play, "Post Scription" Emilo Angier Mrs. Coffman Vocal selection from Chaminade... Miss Esther Harris .SERVICE STAR LEGION CARD PARTY The card parly which is to be given by the Service Star Legion of Ogden tomorrow evening at S o'clock in the Woodman hall is expected to be one of the finest parties of the season.-The ladies in charge have planned an en tertainment which will be delightful for all and a general invitation is ex tended to the public to be present. This is the first of a series of events to be given by the legion. PARTY IN FIRST WARD. Monday evening in the First ward theYe will be a party giv(en for the celebration of the anniversary of thn organizing of the relief societies of the Church of Latter-day Saints. The real anniversary day is Wednesday, March 17, but on account of so many other attractions on this date, the la dise of the relief society of the First ward determined to give their party Monday. The evening's entertainment will begin at 8 o'clock and all members of the ward and their friends are extend ed a cordial invitation to be present In addition to a program, dancing and a social good time is promised. Excel lent music has been procured for the event. uu Deaths and Funerals CAHILL The funeral for Mrs. Clara Cahill was held at the Lindquist chapel yesterday, Jlev. Godfrey Matthews con ducting the services. Robert Green v.-ell sang. JORDAN The funeral for Mable Jordan was held yesterday at 12 o'clock at the Eden meeting house, Blsho.p's Counsellor Percy Graham of ficiating. Wllmer and J. Ferrin, Mar-J ba and Joshua Ferrin, Mrs. Ollie Gra ham, and Cla.ru Parker sang at the service. Sptukers irerc President Isxac Grove, O. D. Hadlock, President John Halls, President Samuel G. Dye and George A. Fuller. Interment Mountain View cemetery. COLYAR The funeral for Vivian Agnes Colyar will be held Monday at 2 o'clock at the Larkin chapel. Bishop T. P. Terry will officiate. The body may be viewed at the home, 1791 Cen ter street, Sunday and Monday until 1 o'clock. oo Beet Growers and Sugar Men Meeting A conference is Tieing held loday betv-een officers of the Amalgamated Supar company and the Web'er county farm bureau relative to the pi Ice ol sugar beets for the coming season. At 1 noon no decision had been reached but i it 3 expected that conclusions si.ullar to those made by the Utah-Idaho Sugar ' company will be effected. These call J for $12 per ton at the outset ana an inn-ease of a dollar per ton for every inrroasc of a dollar per 100 in the pric of sugar HIGH SCHOOL CADETS 01 PARADE HERE IT PARK The long looked for cadet balilion pavule was held this afternoon at 3 o'ciock at Liberty park, Lieutenant , Ronald Everly leading his men who. jfor the first time, disported thel'' ne' Springfield rifles, belts and bayonets. Lieutenant Everly announced that shoes for the boys are expected short ly. With the exception of tho shoes, uniforms have arrived. Colonel Falls, of the western ?ead quarters of the war department, will mak-j an inspection of the High school cadets Friday, it Is stated, and during April, inspecting officers from Wash ington, D. C, will watch the Ogden ca dets carry on their drill. OK TO 1 0. S, GIFT TO FRANCE TOSTjRT . "In the course of a week or so," said W. Karl Hopkins, superintendent of the city schools, "there will be put on throughout the school system a drive in aid of America's gift to France. N "Everybody knows that at that point on the Marne which marks 'the far thest movement forward of the Ger man troops toward Paris, we, the American people are to build a monu ment costing a quarter of a million dollars as a tribute to that valiant people whose loyalty safeguarded our lives for two years and moro while they suffered in life and property for their adherence tp honor and national dignity. It is hoped that the sum of money will be raised by the myriad response of small gifts. That the gift shall be that not of a few rich Amer leans but of the whole American peo ple.' We shall distribute through the schools an eloquent little pnmphlet telling the story of how the Statue of Liberty that dominates the harbor of New York came to be there, and of how a brilliant Frenchman helped our weak country at a time of great need, and then goes on to tell of what wej may do for Franco at this moment." Picture Show Tonight at the First Congregational church at 8 o'clock the liigh school class haB charge of . the moving picture show which presents Frank Kcenan In "Stepping Stones," ind Gloria Swanson In a comedy "Ted ly at the Throttle" Miss blanche barton SELEGTED QUEEN OF CLASSICAL t By a vole of the student body coun cil. Miss Blanche Barton was chosen queen of the 'Classicalia at the Og den high school. Miss Barton was chosen over Miss Alice Beck by a vote of 9 to 8. When votes were counted following the election, it was found th:t Miss Alice Beck had the most votes, accord ing to judges of1 the election. A re count was made the following day and the recount brought to light the fact that Miss Barton had the greater num- : ber of votes. An inquiry was conducted at the I school to determine who had nearly 70 ballots which had not been pur chased but no trace of the student, or students, was found, it was today 'stated. The matter was referred to the stu dent body council for decision with the result that Miss Barton was selected for the chosen position. April at tho Ogden hfgh school will be a busy month, reports from the school indicate. On April first, the senior class will have their annual hi- jinks and will declare a field day. j April 3 will be devoted to the class! clla, nnother social event of the alia, another social event of the school Tho junior prom, tho cadet hop, sen ior and junior class plays, and va rious other entertainments will con tinue through tho month Track work and baseball will claim attention of the athletes of the school, while the cadet battalions, with their new equipment, vIIl have a busy time mastering the intricasies of the man ual of arms. i BOOKLETS 0! UTAH I10STRIES GOING TO CITY SCHOOLS According to Supt. W. Earl Hopkins cf the city school system, a' splendid series of booklets has been issued by the Utah State Fair association on the trades and industries of Utah. These books are to be distributed throughout the junior and senior, high schools of the state. Each pamphlet has the following creed of the loyal Utahn printed on the cover: "I believe that Utah people should wear Utah clothes, eat Utah foods, and use Utah manufactured products. "I believe in making my money help my neighbor as well as myself. "I believe there's very little that I need to eat. drink or wear that isn't made in Utr.h. "I believe that after I have found that the article I want isn't made in Utah it's time to begin looking else where not before. "I believe that if the article I want isn't produced in Utah, I should at least try to buy it from a Utah dealer. "I believe that Utah grains, Utah fruits and Utah vegetables have pro duced the energy that has always been characteristic of Utah's sons and daughters. "I believe that the united co-operation of Utah's citizens will insure Utah's prosperity. "I will never forget that when I buy anything that isn't produced in Utah I make Utah poorer. "I will let no outside flattery dis tract me from these precepts, but re main firmly convinced, whatever oth ers may say, that Utah products are the only ones worthy of Utah citizens." Pamphlet No. -1 is entiled "A Visit to a Macaroni Factory," and is written in a brightly descriptive style and con- tains a very practical chapter of maca roni recipes by Miss Alice Kewley, of the domestic science department, Granite high school, Salt Lake City. oo , : n , Boiled Down News a From Political rot V i INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 12. The fostering of domestic business and world commerce was advanced by Major General Leonard Wood, can didate for the Republican nomination for president, as one of the paramount obligations of the American people and government, in an address before Indiana Republican leaders at a lunch eon at the Columbia club here today. General Wood advocated the careful training of consular officers for all foreign countries, to the offices of which will be attached trained com mercial agents. In this connection ho mentioned particularly the South and Central American and Far Eastern countries in which he declared the United States has never had such an opportunity to advance its trade relations. IRONWOOD, Mich., March 12. In spite of a raging snowstorm Senator 1 Hiram Johnson, California, candidate for Republican nomination for presi dent, spoke here this morning. He de- I plored the autocratic power of the ( present administration "such as never before conferred upon any one man in I the world." Voicing the inherent right of every man to express any opinion ' within tho law on any subject, be ( pleaded with the American people to bo again "Just Americans." i Senator Johnson arrived in Iron- ' wood at midnight last night and wont ( at once to the American legion club rooms wehere 100 members awaited i him. g . c . J SAN FRANCISCO, March 12. A 4 Hoover Republican club having as its d purpose the naming of a group of can I didates for delegates to the Republican national convention pledged to vote for the nomination of Herbert Hoover I for president, was formed at a meeting j here of Republican Hoover supporters. ST. PAUL, Minn., March 12. Gustaf Lindquist, chairman of the Republican jTomorrowll j A Sale of j! J Women's Suits I I You must sec them to appreciate these splendid values. The 1 t I same models and materials you will find in suits selling easily I up to $76.00 t , If jffijulf There is an unusually large variety I ? I iLr L' m0S 1 11GW sPrn styles for 1 ( 1 fiP5E!j Jslfeei With Easter only a few weeks ahead 1 H rlt thistis an excellent opportunity to se- 1 I clll e an aPProP":lto su' I I H Su Navyblue is the predominating color, I ; I hut other popular spring colors are here 1 j 5 ncAV are eec aud tailored I 1 i a" models are all represented. Fancy vests I p X'W r'c clr and sn ac a llotc t i I E?P individuality. Others have touches of .1 silk braid and button trimmings. Coats t W'Mr richly lined with fancy silks. This spe- j I Ca r0Ul) t0lrr0W at j I cFaZEFashioii Shop j I WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL . j I LATEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES I 2470 Washington Avenue Ogden, Utah state central committee, was today re quested by Senator Warren G. Hard ing of Ohio, to havo Harding'a name romoved from the ballots to be used at the Republican presidential preferen tial primary Monday. Senator Hard- l ing said he did not have time to make ; campaigns in states where preference )' primaries are to be hold. I Ynur firmness Is stubborness to the other fellow. Did you ever thing o( n that? 'l. . ' f: jgmsL RIGHT NOW i Wmjpffr Shows at 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, BpPpjjj 6:30, 8:00 and 9:30 p. m. j 9Sl , sBl GEORGE WALSH 9 'BP n a sea storv f luck, lure ffjlijj. Together with the famous Bg "Bumping Into Broadway" n Returned by popular request j one Vouch of lloyd makes ! the whole world grin Ogden Theatre j "Selected Pictures; "No Yearly Contracts" "J B There is a world of difference between making J K sales and making customers. A selling policy J ! 9 which inspires confidence and brings people into a J ; f, & store because they believe in the merchandise a -i d: i store handles, will build for the future. $ i Such is the feeling prevalent in this Store where j 0 P men who buy are being taught more and more j . about the kind of merchandise they purchase. f f ft Today as always, we are willing to put this ser- J kv 5 vice idea to a thorough test for you. J ; : ; WatsonTaimer Clothing Company J I Outfitters to Men and Boys W OGDEN, UTAH '