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To Insure publication In these col
umns nil society articles shout bo
telephoned or sent to this office not
later than six oclock Friday evening
It will confer a great favor upon the
society editor if this suggestion Is fol
Mrs W D Balohelor will leave
this afternoon on the eastbound train
for Evanston to Join her husband who
is III
Miss Anna Simons Is here from
Ely visiting with her aunt Mrs W D
Batchclor and she will leave for Se
attle In June when she will be mar
e ried
Following tho commencement ex
ercises of the Ogden High school to
be given Thursday evening at the
Grand Opera House the members of
the graduating class will be guests
it a banquet at the Potter Cafe
The seniors of the Ogden High
school participated In a delightful
lass party Wednesday evening
Rev J E Carver will deliver the
baccalaureate address to the gradu
ates of the Ogden High school at the
Presbyterian church Sunday June 7
The Monday Bridge club met with
I L Reynolds Monday afternoon and
Mrs Fitzgerald won the prize Tho
next meeting will be with Mrs Ar
thur Kuhn
Miss Elizabeth Mauglm was pleas
antly surprised Thursday evening by
the members of the Y L and Y M
I A of the Fourth Ward An enjoy
able time was spent at music and
games and refreshments were serv
i ed
Miss Zina Griffith will entertain the
pupils of the eighth grads at her homo
Wednesday evening p
Mr and rsJi < Carver have
left for a trip to Portland Oregon
Mrs Hugh Nolan has as her guest
Miss B Guinan of New York City
Mrs F H Do Puy and little daugh
ter leave shortly to Join Mr Do Puy
in Idaho where they will spend the
summer Mrs Do Puy has been visit
ing her parents Mr and Mrs Sidney
I Stevens
i Miss Ada Johnson spent part of the
week with Miss Lillian Stevens upon
her return from Chicago where she
spent the winter studying music She
returned to Spring City Friday
Mr and Mrs JWF Volker spent
part of the week In Logan as the
guest of Mrs Eccles
Apostle David O McKay returned
Thursday night from a two weeks
tour of Arizona and New Mexico
Prof F S Hintze left Tuesday for
a ten days hunting trip
I + W E Corey loft Wednesday for
Idah wberc rgoesto take lmrge
of the work for Corey Brothers Con
struction company
Misses Belle Corey and Ruth Pet
t erson havo returned from a ten days
I visit In Bear River City I
Miss Frances Joyce was a guest
pf Mrs R A Grant of Salt Lake
City a few days this week
J The Ladies Missionary Society or
1 the First Presbyterian church met
Ii with Mrs J S Gordon 551 Twenty
r fifth street Tuesday afternoon
i Gus Wright has returned from a
1 two weeks trip to San Francisco Los
I Angeles and other points on the coast
t Before his eturn he visited with his
d mother at Ocean Park
The ladies of the Baptist Kensing
I ton were entertained Friday after
J loon at the home of Mrs Malmin on
1 rwelfth street
The Alumni association of the Og I
i Jen High school vill give their an
lual reception and ball to the gradu I
iting classes at Congress Dancing
academy Friday evening when the
honored guests will be initiated Into
the mysteries of the rod and white
The annual Junior Prom in com
pliment to the classes of OS 12 and
09 of tho Oglen High school will
be given Tuesday evening at the Con
gress Dancing academy
The Veteran Firemens Old Time
party was given last night at the Roy
al Dancing academy The attendance
was large and a good time was en
toyed by the dancers The ball was
given for the purpose of raising funds
for the purchase of uniforms for the
J fire laddies
Miss Matlle YaWs who has been
studying music at Kings Conserva
tory of Music nt San Jose for the past
Tear and a half returned home yester
day and will pay her parents an ex
4 tended = lilt
r J
A farewell reception anddance was
i tendered John R Watson last evening
In the Fifth Ward meeting house The
affair was largely attended by friends
anl acquaintances who gathered to
wish him godspeed on a mission to
England which he Is about to under
r take for the Latterday Saints church
The reception was under the auspices
of the Young Mens and Young Lad
ies Mutual Improvement association
of thatchurch
The ladles of SL Josephs Sewing
society will give a tea and sale Juno
9th at the residence of Mrs Don Ma
guire 549 Twentyfifth street the pro
ceeds to be used for charity
Miss Ellen Baker andJ MiBs Allie
5 Bowen attended the commencement
exercises of the Agricultural college
at Logan r
The ladles of the Congregational
I Church residing on Nob Hill enter
tained at a tea Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs E W Newcomb
MIss Fannie Halstrom expects to
leave soon for a visit of several I
months in the east
Eighteenth annual commencement
exercises the Smithsonian Business
college of this city wore held Thurs
day night at the Methodist church on
Twentyfourth street The edifice was
crowded to Its utmost capacity by
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Begins Tuesday p June 1 1909
Free Pr
We will give away on the last day of the sale to persons
With every 50c purchase always get a ticket One of the
awarded per number as listed below The first ticket dr
1st PrizeOne Mans Suit worth 2000
2nd Pri cOne Ladies SkirL worth 750
3rd Prize One Hercules Suit worth 500
4th zeOnc Mans Under Suit worth 150
5th PrizeOne Star Hat worth 250
6th Prize One Boys Hat worth 125
7th PrizeOne pair Packard Oxfords worth 400
8th Prize One pair Boys Holland Shoes
worth 300
9th Prize One pair Boys Duty Shoes worth 200
10th Prize One Oak Brand Shirt worth 150
11th PrizeOne Oak Brand Boys Shirt worth 100
12lh Pri eOne half dozen Mens Sox worth 150
13th PrizeOne pair Julia Marlowe Oxfords
worth 275
holding the lucky numbers 9335 worth of m merchandise
m may be worth 2000 to you The premiums will ba
awn out will entitle the holder to premium No 1 etc
14th Prize One pair Utz Dunn ° Oxfords
worth v P 250
15th Prize One pair Hercules shoes worth 155
16th PrizeOne pair Sweet Grass Basket
worth v 200
17th Prize One cut glass Bowl worth 650
18th PrizeOne winecolored Vase worth 125
19th Prize One halfdozen Ladies Hose r 150
20th Prize Baby Bonnet J 100
21st Prize One Ladys White Skirt 350
22nd PrizeOne Lacl Shirt Waist 175
23rd Prize One Infants Long Coat 500
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24th Prize One Misses Jacket r 1250
25th Prize One tenyard Dress Pattern 25c 250
WE ARE going to make some great changes in
our business and in order to do it we want to
close out 30000 worth of Merchandise We realize
this is a hard thing to do under ordinary circumstances
therefore we intend to make this sale an extraordinary
event especially in the way of cutting prices and get
ting rid of goods in the
Everything store without a
single exception is sacrificed to force a decisive clean I
up This sale means just what we state throughout
this ad that 30000 worth of Merchandise must go
The decks must be cleared for our new campaign
This sale is opportunity and opportunity is knocking at
your door and tremendous savings await your coming
I We close ah day Monday and open at 93 sharp Tuesday
Morning Every Article Cheaper
friends of those graduating and the
decorations which were of a patriotic
nature were very prettily arranged
Fortytwo graduates received dIplomas
from President J A Smith
William Crandall of Denver spent
a few days of this week In Ogden
visiting old friends
Mr and Mrs W D Forbes have
been entertaining Mrs Holmes Ives
of Cobre Nevada during the week
Mrs John Hutch son and children
have returned to Salt Lake City after
spending the week in Ogden as the
guest of Mrs John T Hurst
Mr and Mrs George H Greenwell
announce the engagement of their
daughter Nell to E H Chambers of
Ogden the marriage to take place In
the near future
Mrs Dr Hlbbs and her son William
left for Seattle this morning to be
gone some time
Willard Kay Jr has returned from
Stanford University where lie has
taken a course In mining engineering
Miss Beatrice E Roche will enter
tain the members of the senior class
of the Ogden High school Wednesday
eciIng at her home 618 Twentyfifth
Miss Van Cott of Salt Lake City
who is conducting a class in cooking
In Ogden will give a free cooking
demonstration Thursday evening
The Sophomores of the High school
will give a Rustic Party Wednes
day evening at eight oclock Old
fashioned dances and games will be
in order after the candy pull Ice
cream will be served at midnight
when a short program will be render
ed The decorations will be truly
rustic and the Sophomores will ap
pear In costumes
Tho affair will be an exclusive one
as none but the Sophomores and tho
faculty are invited
The members oC the Martha So
ciety have voted thanks to S 111 r
tendent Drlggb ot tab State School
for the Deaf and Blind for the cour
tesies shown them when tliay visited
the institution The ladles were es
corted through the various depart
ments of the school where the work
was demonstrated after which lunch
eon was served
An expression of gratitude IH also
extended those who so liberallyas
slated In making the bridge tea given
at the Weber Club parlors a decided
The Past Chiefs Society mot at the
cozy home of Mrs Nannie Owens
Thursday afternoon The home was
made enchanting with beautiful pot
ted plants and floral decorations Tho
entertainment afforded by beautifully
colored postal cards gave the guests
an excellent Idea of life In the Philip
pine Islands and China and of sailor
and soldier life Tho mode of living
In many foreign countries and largo
cities was also realistically illustrated
Tho hostess served a most delicious
luncheon at 530 oclock and was
greatly surprised when presented with
a beautiful souvenir Spoon in appre
ciation of her kindness and good work
for the society The ladles departed
at a late hour unanimous in the as
sertion that the afternoon gad been
one of profit and pleasure and all de
Lighted with the advancement and
progress of the Degree of Honor
At the Domestic Arts department
of the Weber State academy Thurs
day night a prize of 25 in gold was
awarded Miss Mille Barker of North
Ogden for the best dress made In
the second year work The prize was I
donated by Dr J J Tobias chief
chancellor of the Chicago Law school
and the judges Mrs Furchl Miss
Woolley and Miss Tyere The latter
two ladies are In charge of the Keis
ter Tailoring school of this city i and
their homo Is in Logan
The prize winning dress was made
entirely by hand and consisted of
som 36 yards of Insertion the body
being of white wash chiffon Two oth
er students receiving favorable men
tion were the Misses Pearl Shaw and
Lulu Marriot J
In the fouryear work department I
Miss Eva Farr as first supervisor re
ported that sixtyfive fancy aprons en
tirely handmade with several tailor
made waists and thirty fancy dresses
were the result of the classes efforts
I A large cabinet of fancy work has
I been exhibited at the arts department
during the past week and was ad
mired by more than 1500 people who
have visited the academy In the past
two days The exhibit has been gen
erally admitted to be the best ever
shown In this city I
The cabinet contained several ex
cellent specimens of drawn work bat
tenberg point lace tcnnorlffe lace
and Mount Mellck and Kensington
work with sixty suits of undercloth
ing besides several model books
The second third and fourth year
work is under the direction of Miss
Zina Larkin who is head of the de
partment Her classes showed some
pretty specimens of houses dresses
dressing sacquep aprons thirty sets
of table linen and French hemmed
and monogrammed fancy work of all
kinds The display was most bdauti
ful and was admired by hundreds of
ladies visiting the department
There are at present one hunacdd
twenty five girls registered in the Do
mestic Arts department of the acad
emyMore iliqn fifteen hundred people
risked Ueexhibit during the day
One of the most enjoyable as well
as instructive events of the year was
the production of the great oratorio
Lazarus in explanatory form Sun
day afternoon by the Ogden Taber
nacle choir under tho able direction
of Prof Jos Ballantyne assisted by
tho following soloists Miss Myrtle
Ballinger Miss Maud Belnap Miss I
Ruby Geddes and Mr Caleb Marriott I
Explanatory remarks and readings
were given by Mrs Belle Solomon i
Ross I
Tho choir did beautiful work rho
shading and dynamics were given
with an authority which carried con
viction and were beautifully brought
out Conductor Ballantyne handles
this largo body of vocalists as If one
and they respond with a precision
that Indicates his complete mastery
over his tIne body of slngcro
The soloists did mrtendld work
I throughout and deserve special com
mendation for many of the thefnes
are extremely difllciUt not only to
sing but are characterized by such
extremes in emotional activity that
It requires perfect volcfe and omqtlonql
control °
Mrs Rosa gave the explanations
and read the text = This feature iris
attractive and Instructive and did J
much to augment the enjoyment
Ogden people should appreciatesuch
opportunities as were given them
Sunday to hear a great chow In 1 Cjio1
master works of tho great composers
Last evening tno members of the
Classlcum staff celebrated the close of
a most successful year with a ban
quet at the Potter cafe The tables
were laid for sixty guests and all
members of the editorial and busi
ness staffs the teachers in tho English
department of the High school and a
few friends present will re
member the affair as one of the most
pleasant of the year
Principal J OCross presided as
toastmastor In a few well chosen I
words he congratulated the members
of tho staff upon their excellent and
efficient work during the past year
and expressed his confidence In the
continued prosperity and success of
the High school Journal
Miss Bigelow related In a charming
manner some of the woes of the editor
and Mr Sullivan detailed in a very
humorous way a few of the trials that
beset tho business manager
The following toasts were given
The Wo Cs of the Editor inChtef
Dorothy BIgelow
Athletics Hays Mattson
Society Mary Abbott
The Old Debt Stephen Keogh
Accounts Rosa Burgan
The Trials of the Business Man
ager Dan Sullivan
Thursday night an enjoyable fam
ily reunion was held at the home of
Mr and Mrs John Watson the oc
casion being In the nature of a fare
well to their son John who leaves
shortly on a mission to Great Brit
ain Every member of the family and
a few Intimate friends were present
The dining room was decorated wIth
lilacs In profusion and here all were
seated toa splendid supper i
The evening was spent In games inn r
torspersed with music the solos of I
Miss Benzlo being especially apprec
iated fated
The Ahirpnl association of the We I
ber academy mot at S oclock Thurs
day evening and discussed the needs
of the school and appointed a com i
mittee to devise ways and moans of
securing and building a strictly first
class ijollego gymnasium for the
George II Snelgn an expresldent of
the institution addressed the twenty
seven graduates talking of the condi
tions prevailing at tho school and
mentioning a gym as time greatest
need at the present time and Sir Mc
Kay followed with a short talk on time
purposes of tho alumni association
The officers selected are Clyde
Lindsay president Marlon4 Belnap I
I vice president Rosclla Ferrin secre
tary and Henry Anderson treasurer
After the business meeting of the
association a dance was given the
graduates in the lecture hall until
I almost midnight when the party dis
persed for their homes
A pretty little dancing party was
given at tho Congress Dancing acad
emy lash evening by the young ladles
of St Josephs church
The affair was well attended and tho
young people apparently enjoyed
every minute of the evenings pro
The hall was decorated with cut
flowers and potted plants and the or
chestra was hidden behind a mass of
palms rho program of tho dances
was a hand palnted rosebud shaped
affair and each dance was dedicated
to a particular flower The favors or
the evening were red carnations to
which were attached fortune telling
cards The latter caused much mer
riment among the young people who
pretended to consider tho versos a cor
rect prediction of their future lot In
The program consisted of twenty
dances the waltz and twostep alter
nating with a Maypolo rolllc during
the intermission
The committee of young ladies di
recting the dance were tho Misses
Hay Conroy Inez Platfoot Bessie
Calahan Della Farmer Fanny Der
nmdy Edith Klopenstcln Helen Mc
Carty Mabel Krauss Annie Hanley
and Rao Keck
Following their class exorcises at
the Fifth ward hall Tuesday evening
the seniors of the Weber Academy
were hosts at an elaborate banquet
given at the academy In honor of the
faculty The banquet hall was at
tractively decorated in the class col
ors pale blue and white Dancing
was the concluding feature of the oven
lug excellent music being furnished
by tho Weber Academy orchestra
The guests Included Principal
M McKcndrick and wife Mr and
Mrs S D Bradford Mr and Mrs
C J Jenson Mr and Mrs W U
Ridges Mr and Mrs George H Da
vis Mrs D O McKay Mrs D Ray
ShurllLff Misses Ivy Cleghorn Eva
Farr Charlotte Wctzell Pearl Crag
un Zina Larkin Messrs Alva Han
son Bon E Harker Moroni Olsen
Grant Brown
Rapid City S D May 28 fSVitli his
log fractured by a fall from his wagon
S C Coffraan sixty years old of Zeal
S D drove ninety miles to Philip
the nearest railroad statlonwhere he
took a train to Rapid City to seek
medical attendance He traveled two
days and one night
Lelicious to Everybodys
I Both Phones Delivered Everywhere I
J j
Central Park Presbyterian Church
Corner Washingtonavenue and Thir
S C Hick
tyfirst street Rev C
man pastor Morning service 11l
oclock Sunday school 1220 Spe
cial music in the morning Prayer
meeting and Bible Study Wednesday
S p m Everyone cordially Invltqd
to these services
First Baptist church Located on
Grant avenue between Twentythird
and Twentyfourth streets Rev H
D Zimmerman pastor Services will I
be held on Sunday May 80th 1909 as I
follows Sunday school will meet at I
10 oclock Prof Smith superintendj I
ent Classes for all Morning wor t
ship at 1115 Rev G L White gen
eral missionary for Utah will present
the State Convention needs at thus
hour The B Y P Uwlll meet at
7 oclock in parlors of church Mlsj
slonary topic The meeting will be Iq
charge of missionary committee
Evening worship at eight oclock with
gospel sermon by Mr White All arc
cordially Invited to be present Tho J
regular church prayer and business
meeting will be held Thursday oven
ing at S oclock Topic for last half
of hour The Christians Business
Reference Matthew XXVTII1S20
Evening music
Out on the Deep Lohr
Mr Frey
The First Congregational Church
Adams avenue and Twentyfifth street I
Noble Strong Elderkin minister
Morning worship at H oclock Sun
day May 30th Sermon The Un
bending Laws of Liberty Music
Prelude Berceuse Moszcowsk
Miss Conroy
I Solo Oh Holy Father Rotoli
Miss Holberg
Postlude Humoresque Dvorak
Miss Conroy
Sunday scoool at 1215 p m Junior
society at G p m Senior society nt
7 pm Tho pastor will answer fur I
ther questions All young people wel
comed Grand Army Memorial ser
vice at 3 oclock Evening service at
8 oclock Pulpit editorial The
Morals of Our High School Sermon
The Truths Which Set Men Free
Music evening
Sunset MacDorelI
Miss Conroy
Invocation MorianI
Mr Albert R White
Callest Thou Thus Oh MasterMletzkp
Missy Holborg
Anthem Tho Lord Is Mv SJiophord
Thd Choir
Cello offertory Angels Scronadq
Mr Austin Sooy
The Second Congregational church
Washington avenue and Second strop I
Sunday school at 3p m Mr Elder 1
kin vtlll preach at 1 oclock Special t
music by choir
First Methodist Episcopal Church
448 Twentyfourth street Rpv G W
McCrcory pantor 1100 a m morn
Ing worship Sermon by the pastor
Remember the Veteran Selection 1
> y the chorus choir When JoVf
Shines in Noon class meeting Mr I
James Drysdale leader 700 p m
Epworth League Frances Van Bus
kirk leader Topic Profitable Hos
pitality A welcome to all 800 p
m Gospel service Sermon by the
pastor topic The Christian and the
Races The following special music
will be given Pipe organ solo pre
lude Miss Jessie Welch Anthem
< Savior Breathe an Evening Blessing
chorus choir Male trio Come to
Me Messrs Ramey Laird and Ly
man Organ solo offertory Miss
Welch Selection My Mother Is
Praying for leu Miss Welch Post
lude selection Miss Welch
Church of the Good Shepherd
Northeast corner Twentyfourth and
Grant avenue Wm W Fleetwood
rector Services for Whitsunday May
30th Holy communion 730 a m
Sunday school 945 a m Morning
prayer and sermon 1100 a m Even I
ing prayer and sermon 800 p m All
arc cordially invited to attend these I
services The second annual convoca
tion of the District of Utah will be
held June 2 3 4 beginning with the
ordination of the Rev M J Horsey to
the priesthood Wednesday morning
at 1100 oclock
First Presbyterian Church Sunday
school at 1215 N Christian Endeavor I
meeting at 7 p m
Reorganized Lattedday Saints Fif
teonth and Washington avenue Sun
day school 1000a m Preaching sQr
vice 1115 a m and 745 p m Pub
lic cordially invited to attend these
First Church of Christ Scientist
Holds service at 11 a m in the new
Masonic Temtfle Washington avenue
between Twentyfifth and Twenty
sixth street Subject Ancient and
Modern Necromancy or Mesmerism
and Hypnotism Sunday school at
9 15am Wednesday evening tes
timonial meetings are held at S p m
The public is cordially Invited to at
tend these services Free reading
rooms are open dally except Sundays
and holidays from 2 to 5 p m in same
Drink I IRONPORT Refreshing
Produce Much Iron
The Ural and Siberia produce 657
440 tons of Iron each year
If you want your shoes fixed right
by the
Goodyear System
bring them to usif not carry them
I to the other fellow
Ogden Shoe Repair
2267 Washington Ave
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Miss Van Cntt of Salt Lake will give n free Domestic
Science Demonstration in the Weber Academy Monday evening
00 I < in Cooking will he the sub
May 31st at 700 sharp
joct covering demonstration of several dishes and delicacies
icnccMus charms tho ear
Oookin is fast becoming a science
ihinting the a e ar but good cooking satisfies the appetite and
1 insure good health and that is where we live
invited to attend this educational and instructive
You are cordially
Thursday evening June 3rd at the
structive demonstration I1Y
Weber Academy
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