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4 ΒΌ g THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26 1910
DRPHEUMS EXCELLENT NEW F
> Bill fOR TOMORROW NIGHT
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JULIA FRARY
lk Late Prima Donna With Frank Daniels at the Orphcum Next Week
Franklin Vnderwood and Frances
Slosson arc thu stars of tho bill that
will ho given Its first iiresontatlon at
tho Orpheum Theater Sunday night
S They will appear In Dobbs Dllem
i inn a nkcich Unit they have pre
sented with great success Mr Under
wood linn a high reputation as an I
actor and will lje remembered for the
admirable support which ho gave Flor
ence Roberts and Nance ONeill on
their western tours Miss Slosson Is
a Los Angeles girl who has mnile a
groat success on the stage though I
moro admired because better known
on the coast luau elsewhere
Tho Fcur Headings aro sensational
handtohnnd acrobats whouo cQull
Ibrlstlc touts somersaults and flying
leaps to one another are special feat
ures slnco they are considered abroad
to excel aU other performers In thorn
The Basque Quartet vrlll provide
a singing act that has been univer
sally ccmmendcd Its repertoire In
cludes selections from II Trovatoro
Martha Frou Froii dAmoiir1
Travlala and other oporaK of stand
ard worth and popular quality Since
the 13nsquc Quartet was first organ
ized In 1003 It has attained a high
reputation Madame Maybelle Fish
or a soprano Is nn addition to IU
I number since It last appeared on the
circuit
Belle Davis and her pickaninny
dancer whom she styles her cracker
Jacks will provide a lively and amus
ing flinging and dancing dlvertlae
t CJoc TY
H A SeSp teacher of the Young
Peoples Bible Class of the First
Methodist Episcopal church cordially
I invites all young people of the city
I who do not attend any other Sunday
school to Join his class which meets
ovcry Sunday at 10 oclock in the
church
t
t Elder Joseph S Pecry of Ogden de
livered a lecture at Bountiful last Sun
day afternoon his subject being Tem
ple Work
I Mrs George Halverson Is spending
l n month at Contervlllc with hor moth
er Mrs Elizabeth Whitaker
N P Lindholn and Wilt Fowler of I
Brigham City were recent Ogden vis
itors
Mr snd Mrs William Dick visited
fritmds In nrlgham City during the i
S week and attended tho oldfashioned
ball
Mr nd Mrs C G La Rue and
Mr and Mrs E N Hanlon were pas
senger on the Cache Valley train to
Ogden Monday morning They spent
the day visiting friends In the city
r
AV B Morgan of Colllnaton was a
guest at the military hop Monday eve
ning While In tIt city ho visited
with hiS aunt Mrs 11I Allen
Mr and Mrs Jphn Saunders and
S daughter Myrtle of ColllnsUm were
Ogden visitors Monday
Mrs Ellen Crav haw spout tho day
in Brigham City last Thursday The
I seventyeighth birthday of her father
John Crawford being celebrated on
that occasion
Mr and Mrs H E Bristol and Miss
Ruth Mlnogue were guests at tho
Civic Improvement League annual ban
al Brigham City Thursday night
Mrs S 1 Bigolow will entertain the
S her homo
Past Noble Grand club at
G47 Twentieth street next Thursday
afternoon March 3
The ladies of the Congregational
church aro making extensive plans for
and sale The date
an Easter supper
will soon be definitely announced
Tho Missionary society of tho First
S Methodist Episcopal church will bo
5 entertained by Mrs S W Wnwy
2G09 Madison avenue Thursday altei
I S noon larch 3 It1 oclock The
S topic Is India Mrs Fray will tell
of Indias ruvadors and Mrs Spen
cer of Indias People All ladles
roost cordially Invited to attend
CEMBLMN CLUB
L rchamjjjnxarc at the Comblmn club
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J
mont illustrating southern pastime
No other net of this kind has over
mot with the success of Belle Davis
who since her last appearance on the
Orphoum circuit has played In Aus
tria Russia Switzerland Belgium
Germany and France Her pickanin
ales arc considered the cleverest on
the stage
Miss Julia Frary will also bo on the
program Miss Frary Is a popular
prima donna who has been featured
In a number of light opera Biicccssen
and on her present Orphcum tour she
is presenting Songs of the Day a
collec lon of tuneful numbers from
plays In which she hns been a feature
In 190G she created the part of Ro
wena in Princess Beggar after
which she played Dolores in Floro
dora More recently she has boon
Frank Daniels prima donna
Fox and Foxlos circus will bo a
real feature of tho bill In tho circus
are Included cats dogs and ponies
Foxlo is the smallest horse In the
I
world but usually audiences are too I
busy laughing to pay more than cas
ual attention to him Fox is a gen
ulna comedian of whom Variety said
Fox is a treat Ills work Is so dif
ferent bos refreshing Youll laugh
when ho comes OD youll keep on
laughing till he leaves the stage Fox
Is a circus in a circus The cats dogs
and ponies all do a good share but
Fox Is the big nolne
There will bo new orchestral music
and new motion pictures I
wore entertained by Mrs J B Mur
ray Thursday afternoon at the hoiuo
of her daughter Mrs J R Lyon Mrs
Murray has been visiting in California
and Nevada for several weeks and
her return home was warmly greeUl
by the ladles Music and cards were
the chosen pastime until 130 whon
a delicious lunch was served the color
scheme being carried out In the din
ing room with the club colors In tho
evening the ladles enjoyed the per
formance at the Orpheuiu
On Thursday March 3 the Com
himn club will meet with Mrs E Eg
glcslon 2G5S Monroe avenue
MISSION CIRCLE
Tho ladies of the Baptist Home Mis
sion society met with Mrs J A Smith
ut bur home on Twentyfourth street
Thursday afternoon The attendance
yds unusually large and an excellent
program was given among the num
bers helng readings by Mrs D C
Olmstead Mrs Smith Mrs J B Me
Cracken and Miss Eugeulu Dunamore
an Interesting talk by Mrs T D John
son and prayers for the Home Mis
sions
Following the afternoon program an
appetizing repast at which the gentle
men were guests was served at fi
oclock and a pleasant social hour
was hpent
At 720 oclock all repaired to the
church where a special evening pro
gram In which both old and young
participated was given under the aus
pices of the Ladles Mission Circle
Illustrated talks special music mid a
I short address by Jir Q R Craft who
explained In a brief and entertaining
Way the lnymaus Missionary move
ment The Lumber Camlbj Mrs
V S Flcwolllng House to House
Work by H W Pratt Work
Among the Orientals In America by
Mrs A M Flewolling recitation
I Only a Penny Miss Charlotte
Sheen a pretty flag exercise by five
boys and a duet beautifully rendered
by Mrs II D Zimmermann and Miss
Myrtle TylOr wero among the muny
good things on tho evening program
Mrs IC W Pratt president of flit
Circle opcnlnc both the afternoon and
the evening sessions
L
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
Unique Invitations In verse wcio
sent to sixteen > oimg friends who
were entertained at the home of Vera
Farr Lindsay on Tuesday February
22 In honor of her twelfth birthday
The home was prettily decorated In
tho nnUonal colors the dining room
being try artistically arranged the
red white and blue prevailing Cut
flowers as a contorplccc and otherwise
arraugd on the table and cute little
hatchets tied with red white and
bluu ribbons as place cards made a
decidedly pretty effect
Vocil and Instrumental music with
a variety of popular games and many
unique forms of social diversion wero
indulged In following which an elab
orate luncheon waa served Miss
Lindsay being assisted In barring by
illas Jofile Seaman Alter a final so
S
S si 5
cial hour the guests repaired to their
homes wishing their charming young
hostess many happy returns of tho
day
dayThe guests were Evelyn Nelson
Ilutli Pordoo BernIce Seaman Levon
Fowler Monty Poulter Blanche fling
ham Margaret Pierce Norma FaIT
Myrtle Farr Virginia Seven Mrs
Ruth end Lizzie GUmcr Mrs Hazel
and Oleltta Rouse and Misses VerDI
and Anulo Williamson
CALEDONIAN SOCIAL
One hundred and fitly guests were
entertained by the Caledonian society
Tuesday evening In Union Labor hall
the affair being Immensely enjoyed by
nil present Cards music speeches
patriotic and witty and a grand
Scotch supper made the evening re
pleto with pleasure Songs dear to
the heart of every true Scot were sung
Mrs Warner rendering the opening
number and followed by G Bain
Jtobert BInnIo and Matt Gait The
comic songs rendered by Mr Gait in
his inimitable way wero an entertain
ing and highly amusing feature of the
program A violin solo by Mr Weston
was much appreciated anti the witty
opening remark by Chief William
Purdlc were a Jilting introductory to
a royal evening with the Caledonians
After a series of card games wero
played and prizes awarded to Messrs
Frank Nalsbett Sam Drysdale and
Mesdames Wm Wright and M Sora
mervINc a bountiful repast WAS
served Toasts and fitting responses
social chat witty speeches and tales
oft tolti yet ever new were the
evening pleasant finale to the very enjoyable I
WARD REUNION
Members of the Eighth ward hold
a grand reunion In the new meeting
house on Tuesday afternoon and eve
ning at which both old and young par
ticipated
In the afternoon a rare good time
was had the childrens dance and
an entertaining program being the
leading features The merriest time
Imaginable was enjoyed by tho chil
dren nnd the program numbers each
receiving applause and genuine appre
ciation was as follows
Song America Congregation
Invocation Bishop George Smuln
Pilgrims ChorusTwo boys four girls
Speech of Welcome Bishop J Taylor
Solo Garden of nosesDr
Schmid iiiullno Maddock
Dialogue Washington Five Boys
Piano Solo Alpine Glow
Bessie Driver
Life of Washington John P Lcfgrcn
DuetSnow FlakesB Bal
Duct Snow Flakes By
Ballantyno Burke and T Wright
Speech David Jensen
SoloOh Thou Sublime
Sweet Evening Star from
Tanhauser by Wagner Doric Dean
Violin Solo Clydo Rcdfleld
Solo Daisies Wont Toll
Lloyd Woodcock
Duel Childrens Pralso
Margaret Burt nnd Blanche MaIm
Recitation The Rebel M Giles
Solo from Jocelyn by God
dard Mrs Maud Dee Porter
Duet Whispering Breezes
By Schubert J and P Maddock
Bertha Stone and Clyde Redflold ac
companists
At five a bountiful supper was
served all the delectable viands of
tho season being provided The sup
per hour was the scono of brilliant
toasts happy reminiscences and so
cial chat that was especially enjoyed
by old and young
In the evening a dance for the
young people of the ward was given
and tho affair was pronounced one of
the social successes of the season
The company both afternoon and
afternoon was a largo and represent
ative one and the arrangement com
mittees received very complimentary
mention for the able manner In which
they had planned the entertainment
of such a large company no detail ho
ing omitted that would add to the com
fort and pleasure of their guests dur
ing the entire day and evening From
the oldest to the youngest enjoy
ment was the watchword
MILITARY HOP
Last Monday night the cadets of the
Ogden High school gave their annual
military hop By reason of the care
ful planning of every detail it proved
to be tho unique social event of tho
season The invitations and program
cards were characterized by simple
elegance and taste each bearing the
catlet emblem a spread eagle of gold
with the national coat of arms In col
or The commodious assembly hnll
was profusely decorated with flags and
school pennants and punch was
served In a cosy corner by the girls
of the Domestic Science department
under the supervision of Miss Eva
Farr One of tho class rooms was
transformed Into a reception hall for
thr ladies and courteous attendants
ministered to their wants
Promptly at Sl tho bugles sounded
assembly for tho guard mount and
this Intricate military maneuver was
executed with a flawless precision
that elicited great enthusiasm from
the large audience present Next a
squad of fortyfive cadets wont
through the graceful movements of
Butts Manual to the music of the
I
school orchestra The cadets arrayed
In the full panoply of war were eager
to do their bni and Capt Kneas
was well repaid for his unremitting ef
forts of the last five months for not
a mistake was made and the whole
squad moved as one man
However the climax of the evening
was reached ill the beautiful saluto to
the flag The full company headed
by the buglers canto to Present
Arms and at a signal the color
squad pulled strings releasing an Im
mense American Hag which had been
rolled up and concealed behind one of
the cross beams on the celling As
the flag fluttered to the ground tho
orchestra played the Star Spangled
Banner nnd ovcry person In the room
rose to his feet
The floor was then given over to
the dancers Among the 700 guests
present were seen Mayor and Mrs
Glasmann Mr and Mrs M S Brown
Ing Mr and Mrs Thomas Carr Mrs
Thos D Dee Dr and Mrs F W
Baker Mr and Mrs W JI Williams
Dr C E Coulter Supt J M Mllla
Mr and Mrs Edward Blchsel Mr and
Mrs Richard Look Mr and Mrs R E
Boyd Judge and Mrs Gideon Mr and
Mrs Angus Wright Mr nntt Mrs Da
vid Eccles Jr Mr and Mr Wilson
Dr and Mrs A S Condon Capt Win
Webb nod Adjutant Wallace of Salt
Lake Mr and Mrs R E Bristol Miss
Minogae Mr Harold Dell Miss Hen
dershot Miss Kimball Miss Ivy Wil
liams Mies Bowen Capt C II Arns
of Salt Lake Mr Robt Connor Mr
Hnnseu Miss Darling Mr and Mrs
Parley Wright Mr Earl Pardoe Mr
Mark Murphy Mr Frank Frost Mr I
Irvine Pugh Mr and Mrs Barton Mr
and Mrs John Plnjyeo Mr and Mrs
w
Turner Miss McCreudy Mr Joseph I
Samuels of Salt Lake Emil Rolapp
Miss Rolapp Miss McKondrlck Judge
John Murphy Mrs Carr Mr and Mrs
Ellis Dr Emmcu Browning Mr and
Mrs Todd Mr and Mrs Corey Mr
and Mrs Pearson Mr Rhine Dr
and Mrs E M Conroy Mr and Mrs
Grout Mr and Mrs R B Lewis r
and Mrs S H Browue Mr and Ir
A G Fell Miffs Fell Mrs Gosling
Mr and Mrs Douglas Miss Douglas
Mr and Mrs Ben Ford Mr and Mr
Ernest Ford Mr nnd Mrs Randall
Mr anti Mrs Parker
ROMANCE AND A JILTING
Few people In the audience at the
Tabernacle who beard Mrs Vir
ginia Lee Brandt Berg deliver her
magnificent address on thu White
Slave Traffic realized that while
they were listening to a hardworker
In the great fight to save girls Irom
a lIfo of shame they were listening I
to a bride of a little moro than a
mont who had had a romance In
which Hjalmer E Berg a brakeman
of the Salt lake division of the
Southern Pacific was etc young hero
Early In December Mrs Berg
then Miss Brandt as secretary of tho
national board of the Crlttcnton Res
cue homes wont to Reno Nevada
where she met in the young brake
man her future husband Berg pos
sessing a splendid tenor voice sang
at a church where Miss Brandt at
tended each Sunday Following a
Sunday service the brakcmanslnger I
met the little giant slum worker and
he became constant In his attentions
At Christmas time Miss Brandts
parents passed through Reno cnrotite
to San FrancIsco where thoy wero
to take a steamer for an Oriental
trip Their daughter accompanied
them to tho Golden Gate city Berg I
secured a layoff and went to San
Francisco When the young lady re
turned to Reno to put the finishing
touches upon her work Berg on his
way to Jmlay to return to work
stopped off In Reno for a few days
Miss Brandt loft Rono on the even
ing of tfanuary 4 for New York
whore she was to marry Bruce Bogart
a wealthy young man who can write
checks In seven figures When Miss
Brandt left Reno Berg left on tho
saem train for his duties at Imlay
The trip on the train from Reno to
the east assisted Berg and Cupid to
win Miss Brandt The simple little
western town and its handy justice
of tho peace looked better to Miss
Brnndt than the New York Fifth ave
nue church nnd Its mighty preacher
so It Is Mrs HJalmcr E Berg of Reno
instead of Mrs Bruce Bogard of New
York
S S CLUB
Mrs Dr Stoncclfer entertained tho
members of the S S club at her
pleasant homo 259C Quincy avenue
Friday afternoon The rooms were
daintily arranged and sweet with tho
odor of pink carnations In artistic
profusion After playing 500 and
the awarding of first prize to Mrs R
Ebellng and consolation prize to Mrs
0 Prcshaw Mrs James Burton re
ceiving the guest prize dainty re
freshments were served nnd a de
lightful social hour was spent
The club members present were
Mesdames B Johnson Carl Allison
S Kershaw S Johnson C E Wright
W C Camp George H Bushnell R
Ebellng and I F Flinders
Guests of the club were Mcsdnmcs
S H Hondershot Lafc Farley J
Burton Dr W G Frelday
EPWORTH LEAGUE
A very successful business meeting
nml social was given by the Epworth
league of the First Methodist church
last evening In the church parlors
Eighty of the young members of
the league and their friends were
present Reports from the various
departments show the league In a
prosperous condition The first de
partment under Miss Elsenbcrg gave
evidence of tho devotional spirit of
the membership Mina Lynch spoke
of the mission study class being con
ducted In the second department
Miss Addle Rouse reported 130 pa
pers distributed and several calls
mado and bouquets carried to tho
sick from tho third department
Twenty new members were received
which spoke for Itself as to the gen
eral activity of all
Games and n program consisting of
a whistling solo Miss Addle Rouse
recitation Mr D H Williams vocal
solo Mrs Wadsworth piano and vio
lin solo the Misses Laird piano
duct Misses Frey and Spencer
followed by the serving of refresh
ments during which a pleasant social
hour passed tho time nil too soon
and the young people departed loud
In their praises of the evenings en
tertainment
WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY
Washlngtonn Birth lay was fitting
ly celebrated at the Methodist church
ly an elaborate dinner and supper
and evening entertainment given un
der the auspices GJ the Ladles Aid
society The church parlors were
beautifully trimmed with flags and
each table decorated with our na
tional colors and in colonial style
with candelabra and candles
I All the ladies in charge and thct >
assistants wore gowns of n colonial
style The powdered hair colonial
gown menu and decorations carried
one back to the days of our fore
fathers
In the evening the guests wore TO
celved by Mr McCrcery as George
Washington Mrs Burnlmm as Mar
tha Washington Mrs Forristill as
Mrs Curtis and Mrs McCrcery as
Mrs Hancock with Leroy Minter nnd
Doris Johnson as little George and
Martha all en costume Several of
the dresses worn were ancient and I
created qulto n bit of Interest
The evenings program under the
management of Mrs Frey was very
Interesting The History of the
Flag was read by Mrs Frey fol
low d by a vocal solo by Mrs Brook
shire which was most heartily en
cored The Red White and Blue
was given by Henlen Johnson in red
Margaret McDonald i n white and
Katherine Falck In blue followed by
the chorus Three Cheers for the
Red Wnlte and Blue by thirteen lit
tle girls In costume accompanied by
Miss Vera frey on the piano and
Miss Rosnmond Laird on the violin
A flute solo by Mr Nylandcr accom
panied by Miss Frey was a treat to
alL and his response to a hearty encore
core was greatly appreciated
The climax of tho program waR a
recitation by Leroy Minter as George
Washington nnd one by Doris John
son as Martha Washington followed
by a grand march In which thirteen
HUla girls representing lie original
thirteen states passed in review be
fore Goorpo and Martha saluting as
they paused nnd closing by nil the
cnlrtr < Mi singing America 1
The day waa a complete success so
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daIly and financially and tho Indies
aro to be congratulated on tho result
ol their efforts
TWELFTH ANNUAL BALL
To All Concerned Everywhere
Lodges 9S and 173 wfIl doublehcad
and run extra Thursday February 24
1310 with right oftrack over all other
lodges or every class and rank thus I
ran the orders received by thoso
v ho attended the grand ball given un
4or the auspices of the members of
Perseverance Lodge No 9S B of F L
and E and Pearl of the Rockies No
173 L S to B of L F and E on the
night of February 21th That these
orders as well as rule A wero
strictly adhered to the merry dnncer
will bear witness The above event I
Is one of the many dances given by
the different railroad organizations
and tho one wherein no expense work
nor time Is spared to make It the
I nevertobeforgotten event of the
season
Congress Dancing Academy never
looked more beautiful than whon at
the po ahead signal tho splendidly
selected orchestra struck np the
strains of music for Order No 1
a twostop first out From that time
until the home for the hay No 2
order was Issued was there any de
lays annulments sidings or
laps given hence there was no kick
ing at the chief dispatcher or their
efficient aides who acted In tho capac
Ity of floor managers The colors of
the two orders were used profusely
long streamers of crepe paper radia
ting from the center of the hall to tho
four corners with a unique center
piece made of signal lamps suspended
In the form of an X while signal lings
and lanterns with tho more practical I
Implements used by a fireman name
ly coal scoops picks clinker hooks
and deck brooms were hung around
the hall bearing mule testimony to
the more laborious and serious side
of the life of a locomotive fireman
also known as tallow pots A mini
ature engine that we dare not call a
Mallet stood on the stage with head
light burning carrying signals for
right of track while the caller was
looking for a crew to take her out
was the object of much comment
The following members of the two
lodges are those to whom the success
of the ball Is due
Mesdames M Healy Kate DIddle S
Jones a Westmcycr S Crossley G
Poll E Young M Hart A Morsehoad
M Smyth Messrs J Westcmoycr J
Sherrod G W Culver W A Triplott
J W Hnrbcrson E F Young C F
Spell W T Irwin J Austed R P
Moffctt
Fully five hundred guests were pres
ent and from each nothing but praise
was heard for the host and hostesses
of the Twelfth Annual Ball
DINNER PARTY
The home of Mr and Mrs J H
Thomas was the scene of a pleasant
dinner party on Thursday evening
given In honor of Mr and Mrs Joseph
Scowcroft who will leavo next week
for an extended European trip
Covers wero laid for eight dainty
place cards with toasts Inscribed anti
violets artistically arranged mado a
decidedly pretty effect
After the dinner a pleasant social
hour was spent
SURPRISE PARTY
A gay surprise party gathered at
the home of Miss Hazel Royle on
Twentyeighth street Tuesday even
Ing in honor of her guest Miss Tillle
Wolfe
The popular games of the day vo
cal and instrumental music and other
social recreation were Indulged In un
til a late hour when refreshments
Were served the guests enjoying a
rare good time
Those present were Misses Lena
Wolfe Tillle Wolfe Jannle Larson
Myrtle Stone Ellen Shaughnessy
Hazel Roylo Messrs Roscoe Glas
mann Earl Johnson Arthur Fell 1
Chcckctts Austin Street Clarence
Douglas
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Church of the Good Shepherd
Northeast corner of Twentyfourth
and Grant Services for the third
Sunday In Lent Holy Communion
730 a m Sunday school 945 a m
Morning prayer and sermon 1100
oclock Evening prayer and sermon
730 p m Ogden Lodge No 2
Knights of Pythias will attend the
morning service Mr Len E Lyman
will sing and the choir under the
direction of Mr H J Ware will rend
er special music both morning and
evening All are welcome to these
services Win W Fleut wood rector
A meeting of the men of the con
gregation will be held In tho First
Presbyterian church Sunday after
m on at four In regard to the com
ing Laymens Mjsslonary convention
All men Intereslc are invited A
layman from Salt Lake city will be
present and apeak
First Presbyterian Church John
Edward Carver pastor Morning
worship at eleven The annual ser
vice of the Missionary society will be
held Sermon Theme Womans
Work and Jls Results Sunday
school at 1213 Endeavor meeting
at C30 Evening worship at 730
The theme being The Second Com
ing of the Christ the book of Il
lustration being Hall Cainos The
White Prophet
First Baptist ChurchOn Grant
avenue between Twentythird and
Twcntyfourlh streets Rev H D I
Zimmerman pastor Calendar of ser I
vices for the Lords day Feb 27th
1310 will he as follows Al ten
ClOCk the Sunday school will moot
A Bible class for adults a primary
department for the children a class
for young men Insures all who come
to attend of a class with competent
teachers At 1115 divine worshIp
with sermon Subject TIme Ten
Commandments nnd Modern Life
Fifth Honor Thy Father nnd Thy
Mother That Thy Days Be Long
Upon the Land Which the Lord Thy
God Giveth Thee Parents and
children arc urged to attend this
service aleo young men and young
women Tho young peoples meet
ing will bo held at 630 in parlors of
church This will be a missionary
meeting In charge of the missionary
committee Evening worship at 730
with Gospel sermon The theme for
tho evening will be The Cities
of Refuge Regular monthly busi
ness meeting of the church on
Thursday evening at 730 Also a
I ukort meeting in which the church
will renew its covenant All mem
or
bers are urged to be present The
laymen of the church are reminded
of tho Laymens Missionary Conven
ion In Salt Lnk Match 8 9 and 10
Extended announcement will bo given
horn the pulpit later
First Methodict Episcopal Church
44S Twentyfourth street Rev G W
McCreery pastor 1000 a m Sun
day school Mr B E Newton super
intendent A good Hvo Bible school
with classes for all eMthods prog
ressive and uptodate Good singing
a specialty A welcome to young and
old 1100 a rn morning worship
Sermon by II J Talbot D D super
intendent of tho Utah minion There
will bo special music as follows
Mixed quartetto The Bettor Land
Mesdames Laird and Johnston
Messrs Wadsworth and Johnston
Solo The Plains of Peace Mrs T
G Wndgworth Noon class mooting
Mr Jutnos DryRdale leader fi30
p m Epwbrth league How to
Work Loader Miss Bertha Laird
There will be special music A wel
come to all especially young people
730 p rn Gospel service Sermon
by Dr H J Talbot There will be
special music as follows Prelude on
pipe organ Nocturne Miss Jowle
Welch Anthem Father I Know
Thy Ways Arc Just chorus choir
Offertory Andante Miss Welch
Solo There Is a Green Hill ttir
Away Mrs J G Falck Postlude
Miss Welch
First Church of Christ Scientist
Holds Borvicc at U a in In the new
Masonic Temple Washington avenue
between Twentyfifth and Twenty
sixth streets Subject Christ
Jesus Sunday school at 945 a in
Wednesday evening testimonial mow
ings aro held at S p m The pub
lic is cordially Invited to attend these
services Free reading rooms are
open dally Sundays and Holidays
from 2 to 5 p m in First National
Bank building rooms 511 and 612
Central Park Presbyterian There
will be preaching at the Central Park
Presbyterian church corner Wash
ington and ThirtyFirst streets at 11
a m nnd at 8 p in Also Sabbath
school at 1220 and Young Peoples
society of Christian Endeavor meet
big at 715 p m Strangers welcom
ed Rev S C C HIckman pastor
German Evangelical St PaulsAt
Twentythird and Jefferson avenue
Sabbath school at 9 oclock every
Sunday morning Thero will be
preaching at 11 am in their Sunday
Fraucvoreln on the first Wednesday
of the month at the school room of
the church 230 oclock P Ph Tes
ter pastor
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Ellm
ChurchCorner of Twentythird
street and Jefferson avenue Rev J
E Harrington pastor Sunday school
at 10 a m No services as the pastor
la In Bingham canyon
The First Con0rcaatlom Church
Noble Strong Elderkln minister
Morning worship at 11 oclock ser
mon The Source of Abiding Power
a study In essentials Sunday school
at 1215 p m Young Peoples meet
ing at C30 led by Joseph Evans
Evening service at 730 oclock edi
torial Tho Parable of the Modern
Monk sermon The Place of Jesus
in the Reconstructed Faith Special
music
NEWS NOTES Of
WEBER ACADEMY
The lecture last Thursday night
was one grand success
Tho dancing class Is growing
There are now about sixty members
enrolled
Prof Porter is much improving the
agricultural department of the school
Some apparatus for determining the
contents of different soils and some
to be used in subIrrigation work has
Just arrived
Prof Rothery of the Agricultural
college at Logan will give a talk to
tho school next Wednesday on
Practical Forestry He has also
consented to give an illustrated lec
ture at night Public aro Invited to
attend
There will be a game Monday
night Deaf Mules vs Academy
Professors Ballnntyno and Nichols
are working hard for tho next musl
cnle which occurs Wednesday March
9th The student look forward to
this popular monthly exercise
The last number of the lecture
course Laurant the magician was
ono of the most successful of the big
course From 825 to 1030 the 1200
people were either manifesting keen
edged interest In the magician and
his skill or were listening lo the
classic music rendered by the Weber
academy band It will Ire nn evening
long remembered by those who were
fortunate enough to be present
The second hatching of fish eggs
was nearly 100 per cent Fine re
sults ate being obtained in this new
departure of the academy
The acorn staff arc preparing for
the April number Tho paper Is to
be strictly original characteristic of
the school From what leaks out from
the Acorn room we aro anticipating
something extraordinary
Coach Marker ref reed the big
game of basketball nt Provo between
the B Y U five and the Cast learn of
the Y M C A which occurred last
Monday evening Harker was com
plimented on his fair decisions by
both teams and their supporters
i On Wednesday March 23 the sev
enth number on the Weber academy
locturo course will occur Edward
Elliot will bo the reader and one of
the following four vital successes of
today will be the subject The Ser
vant in tho House The Man from
Home Tho Man of the Hour The
Lion and the Mouse Mr Elliot will
take one of tho above plays and ar
range It Into a concise story told by
the characters The characters are
acted out made real living people
costumes are
no wigs scenery nor eOltumcs Cr
employed but the auditors are made
to see the play as vividly almost al
though acted out by a company of
players On hears It with aa art I
tic unity a definiteneSS of purpose
and In nn atmosphere Impossible in
any stage performance
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White shirts colored shirts fancy shirts negligee shirts
dress shirts night shirts tho whole shirt family is here in
quiet patterns or loud tones or attractive colors 4
Every mans taste figure nnd purse can be fitted
5Oc to 35O
KUHNS
Modern Clothes
Tell LI r Wash Ave
Everybody SHOP At 2365
OUR MERIT SYSTEM
COMMANDS RESPECT
No one is permitted to graduate
from the
OGDEN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Until he attains a certain
STANDARD OF PROFICIENCY
Credits in all branches of study are given only when a i
gven
student mates a grade of 85 per cent in written examination i
I you have ability attend this school and it will bo rec
ognized iI
ONLY ONE THING COUNTS and that is MERIT
WILLIAM PUGH President 1
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Anty Drudge joins the Union
Miss Highbrow visiting the Teamsters tnionSo
you have made uiy friend Any Drudge an Honor
o ary Member And why may I ask 1
Honest MilccWTeII you see its this way mam I drive
a coal wagon and Gerry over there drives for I
wholesale butcher AVo get terribly dirtl all
sooty and Gerry all grease and stains Its the samo
with all the boys Anty Drudge told us about
1clsXaptha how it dissolves the grime and grease
and you only use lukewarm or cool water Saves
money and makes our wives happy
Wear is nothing but rubbing
Every time you hard rub your clothes
against anything little particles are
rubbed away
Boiling softens the fibre of cotton
linen silk and wool and when rubbed
hard on the washboard they wear away
faster than at any other time
Try to think how many days of wear
are represented by one trip to the old
tile washtub
FelsNaptha requires neither boiling
water nor hard rubbing
And there is no washboard wear on I
the clothes washed the FelsNaptha way t
FelsNaptha is made to do away with
boiling and hard rubbing therefore i
you use it as an ordinary soap you cause
yourself unnecessary work
Use FelsNaptha in cool or luke
warm water and it will do all ve claim
It will cut the washday in half sum
mer or winter and do silently and effec
tively all the real hard work
If you follow the simple directions
on the red and green wrapper you will
never return to ordinary soaps and the
dfashioned way of washing
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