Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - March 6, 1927, Ogden, Utah
SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1927. OGDEN CITY, TJTAH OGDEtt MEDICAL MAN SUCCUMBS Dr. tf'C-.- "Ballantyne 111 of Pneumonia Dr. LeRoy Carstensen Ballan-' tyne, aged 39. at his home at 3 o'clock. Saturday afternoon following an illness of two weeks of pneumonia.- _ He born in Ogdcn on -1887. and has lived in all his lifo, excepting for tKe 'time 'he studied medicine in St. Louis. Dr. Ballantyne was the son of Thomas H. and Martha Careten- sen Ballantyne. Ho received his elementary education in the Og- den city schools and later was graduated from the Weber He married Katherine Ert- (Ungton in Salt Lake on April 7, 7909. She died on August 2S. 301C. leaving him' with two chil- dren. Following the death of his wire he w.ent to the. .St. Louis Medical college, returning to Ogden in 1J20 to practice. He was a member of the L. U. S church, the B. P. O. Elks, the Weber County Medical association and the Weber County Fish and Game Protective association. Dr. Ballantyne engaged in hunting and fishing during much of his leisure time. Besides his two children, LeRoy and Bonnie, .he .is survived by three brothers: Thomas C. Ballan- tyne of Ogden, Varsel C. Ballan- tyne of Twin Falls, and Ray C. York City, James Scow- NEGRO WOMAN IS AWARDED DAMAGES Judgment of was awarded Saturday by jury in the. district court to Lena Graham against the Og-den Union Railway Depot company for injuries sustained by her'in 1923. Mrs. Graham, a negro woman, testified that she was riding in an express wagon driven by Ross Gray. .They approached the crossing at Twenty-eighth street and Pacific avenue, she alleged, when an engine crew caused a burst of steam, to come from a locomotive. The horse bolted, she complained, throwing her out and causing severe injuries. She charged the railroad crew with negligence and carelessness. Ballantyne of two sisters. Mrs. croft and Mrs. Ralph L. Mc- Xamara, both of Ogden. Funeral services will be held on Monday at 2 o'clock in the Fifth ward meeting house with B'shop Austin H. Shaw presiding. Interment will 'be in the Ogden City cemetery under the direction of Lindquist undertakers. Ihe body may be viewed at the family residence. 725 Twenty-seventh street this evening and also on Monday until time of services. U. OF II. SCIENTIST LECTURES MONDAY Dr Orin Tugman, professor of physics at the University of Utah. will appear Monday, as the second speaker in 'a series of lectures sponsored by the Men's club- in the 'First Congregational church. He will speak on the subject, "Some Present Day Contributions In the Field.' of 'Physics." The program will begin at o'clock. Refreshments will be served and. a social hour held fol- lowing- the lecture. -oo- NOTICE The annual meeting of the I.ynne Irrigation company will be held at p. m. on March 1927, in the new meeting house at Five Points. 5286 JL OM W ,-j W THE WEATHER by ice C. Jfozue Saturday was as fine a spring day as one could ask for. How- ever, the sun set in a low bank of pray clouds, so there is no tell- ing what the next 24 hours will bring forth, especially in March. The warm, sun, coming farther north each day, made ideal growing conditions after the fine rains of the preceding days and the tiny green plants in the gar- dens began pushing their sprouts above the soil. The greening foothills made sharp contrast with the snowwhite Wasatch peaks, thousands of feet above the city. After noon the mercury climbed up to 51 -degrees Fahrenheit in the shade and stayed there until near- ly sunset, when it took a nose- dive down to 40 at 6 P. m. The mean variation from max- imum to minimum in the 24-hour period was just 16 degrees, as the temperature did not drop be- low 35 at any time. The moon is now a waxing cres- cent in the western sky. It will be in first quarter March 10. The morning stars are Jupiter and Saturn. The evening stars are Venus and Mars. Today is two minutes longer than yesterday, for the sun will rise a minute earlier and set a minute later. The theoretical times, using the absolute level, is a., m. and p. m.. making possible 11 hours and 2S minutes of sunshine if it doesn't rain. 00 Authorities of Nagasaki, Japan, are seeking means to prevent sui- cides by jumping into the boiling crater of the volcano Asotake, no iess than sixty persona having ended their lives there in the past year. TAKES OFFICE ASU.P.AGENT TRAVEL BOOKS OFFERED PUBLIC C. L. M'KXIGHT. Half Price Went Over BIG, IN FACT, THAT I HARD- LY KNEW WHETHER I COULD POSSIBLY SEE HALF THE PEO- PLE WHO CAME TO SEE ME. I think It was the finest compliment Ogden ever paid me (and this city has certainly--treated me splendidly always} and believe me, -folks, I am to make this the event in my history and hope it will be the bigoest thing that ever came YOUR WAY, TOO. 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Chev- ers. deceased, started his railroad career with the Chicago, Milwau- kee St. Paul line in a clerical position in Savannah. Ills., in De- Two years later he became associated -with the Union Pacific and 'Oregon Short Line railroads in the Ogden freight station as a clerk. Since that time he has been in railroad service in Og-den: It will be a quarter of a century this coming- December since he bejran'-his duties h'ere.' Mr. McKnigh't secured employ- ment with'the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul railroad in Savannah after having completed one year of study in a business college .In Dubuque, 'Ioiva. His high school education. was obtained in East Dubuque, birthplace. Mr. McKhight' continued work- ing in the Ogden freight station after the consolidation of the Harriman' lines in April, -3904. George H. Corse was freight agent previous to the consolidation. H. Chovcrs assumed the duties of joint freight agent at that. time.'. After 11 years of service in the freight station; Mr. McKnight was appointed chief clerk in the up- town general-agency of the Union Pacific system .in December, 1D13. Mr. McKnight.was taken from.the chief clork duties in 191S, going- to assist H. L. returning to his old position in 1920 when the railroads were released'from government control. He held that position up until.his appointment to succeed Mr. Chevers, which be- came effective March 1. Mr.' McKnight lives at 24'65 Tyier avenue. S. P. BRAKEMAN RECIPIENT OF DOUBLE HONOR Comprise Part of Works Lately Secured By Free Library A six months' motor trip through Trance is described by Elizabeth ShacKleton In nor book, "Touring Through which will be added to the Carnegie Free library tomorrow morning. It is a work of unusual charm, telling -with vivid detail of the 4000-mile journey through many of the most picturesque and his- toric reg-ions of the country. In the "Ports of by Her- bert Adams Gibbons are found interesting and intimate descrip- tions of the sea-coast towns of the same country. Both volumes are fully illustrated, and will be enjoyed by lovers. of travel books. A list of other., new books to be added to the library follows: La-w for the Home Owner, by Green: Girls' Clubs: Their Organ- ization and Management; a, man- ual for leaders, by Helen Ferris: Virgin Spain: Scenes From the. Spiritual Drama of a Great by Waldo Frank; Mere Literature and Other by Woodrow The Saddle Horse; His Care, Training and Riding, by Taylor; The Presidential Primary, by Louise Overacker; The'Gentle of Tramping, by Stephen Gra- ham; Julia Marlowe: Her Life and Art, by Kussell. Sweet Peas; Their History, De- evelopment and Culture, by Uu- win: The Story of Steel, by Walker; The Formative Period of the Federal Reserve- System, by V. P. G- Harding; A History of Russia, by Platonov; Main Street and Wall Street, by Ripley; Thfl Spell of French Canada, by Call: Engineering Feats, by Archibald Historic by Kelly and Schwabe. Six-Years in the Malay Jungle, by Wells; Microscopy in the Serv- ice of Man. by Neill; Influencing Human Behavior, by Overstreet: Joseph Conrad As "I Knew Him, by Mrs. Joseph Conrad; Sea-wake and Jungle Trail, by Smyth. ------------oo------------ CHARITY FUND TO BE RAISED BY ORATORIO On Friday evening1, March 25 in the Ogden tabernacle, Mendels- sohn's famous, oratorio, will be presented by the Ogden Tabernacle choir. Professed An- thony C. Lund, leader of the'Salt Lake Tabernacle choir, will be one of the soloists. Howard Shupe and Melba- Douglas of Og- den will also sing soloa. Lester Hinchcliff will be the. director and Sam Whi taker- will preside'at the organ. The production will be spon- sored by Ogden stake high priests quorum and the proceeds will be used in the charity work of the organization. Harvey B." 'Child, passenger brakeman on -the -Southern Pa- cific railroad, has not only bean' honored by Governor .Balazar of Nevada by appointment on his military .staff as lieutenant colonel but also has..been designated -by the American legion, of Nevada to represent .that organization it Paris with' the second A. .'.E.' F. Child is well 'known 'in Ogde'n, his run being from Ogden to Sparks. G. L. Snivcly of Ogden has written the following article j about Child, for the Southern Pacific'Bulletin: "Among the many Southern Pa- cinc employes who will-join the second A. E.. F. to France when the American legion holds its convention' in Paris this Septem- ber, will be Harvey B. for 20 years has been a passe'nge'r. brakeman. on' the Salt Lake' 'di- vision, and one of'the most wide- ly known trainmen on that part of Pacii'ic lines. "Child' has stored away a rich collection of experiences of lii'e. A veteran of three Spanish-American 'arid, world war was recently paid .signal honor by the American legion, of Nevada in' being selected -as. that state's representative'on the legion guard oC honor, composed of 125 men' picked from the various de- partments of the legion. ex- pense's in'-attending the Paris.con- vention will be met by the legion. "Just recently Governor F. T. Balazar of Nevada appointed him on his military staff with the commission of lieutenant-colonel. "Alwa'ys a .volunteer, Child holds the McKinley 'congressional medal, and the Philip- pine and Victory medals, besides i personal 'letters from Major Gen- I oral E." S. Otis, General Funston laud General McArthur, which i speak of his. career as a.s-oldier." CARD'OF THANKS EL MONTE COMMANDERY NO. 2 KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Regular meeting, Monday March 7, at 8 p.'in...for business and work in the K. T. degree This will be Past Commander's night. Refreshments will oe served. Tou will, please attend. F. E. NICHOLS, Recorder. 5305 Authentically' CorreB We bring Fifth Avenue to Ogden Daily; Our windows prove this fact. 2420 Washington Ave. Two Sets .of Players to Be Used In Musical Production Boyle's Great March Sale of The largest most complete stock-of wallpaper in. the west is now on sale at greatly reduced prices. Make your selections now and save money. A small deposit will hold any paper until you are ready. Don't fail to take advan-: tage of this great' opportunity. Get your spring papering done now_ be- fore the workmen are rushed. These papers will go quickly at these prices. SEE CUE WINDOW DISPLAY On Thursday and Friday eve- nings of this week a musical com- edy, "El Bondido" (The Bandit) will be given in the Central Jun- ior High school under the direc- tion of Mark Robinson and the teachers of the school. Assisting are B.alph J. Peterson, musical M. C. Tanner, and Mar- garet W-oodard, assistant direc- tors; Helena Case1, dancing- direc- tor; Blanch Fornoff, in charge of costumes; Otto Richter and L. A. Ramsey, .scenery; Rose TVhitely, Blanche Barton and Tlielma. Reyn- olds, advertising; C. G. Smith business management. The ushers will be members of the girls' court council. Both teachers and pupils- have been working! diligently to make this comedy one of the finest ever given in Osden., The scene of the play is in sunny Spain and the plot unfolds' about the famou... bandit, Jose Maria, and the love of Cyrilla, the belle', of the vil- lage. There are seven main char- acters. The music is charming, sparkling: with the spirit of -the traditions of a Spain. _ .__ Special scenery and costumes are being, made. 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Monday evening Mr. and Mrs.' Peter Johansen were' sur- prised by 46 of their friends .who called and' passed the evening. Bunco was played and luncheon was served. Mr .and Mrs. Arthur Bronson entertained a, number of friends at a dinner party on Wednesday evening.. Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Jcs- persen. and daughter Edris. who have boon living in southern Cali- fornia this winter, have returned home. .Mr. and Mrs.. Peter Winter an- nounce the arrival of a. third daughter at their home..' --------------00------------- will spend on. new schools this year. (Special .Correspondence.) HUNTSVILLE, March We wish to express our'heart- felt thanks and appreciation for j the acts of kindness and .assist- ance shown 'us during 'the death of our beloved daughter, Elizabeth I Jane Davis. "We also wish to I thank the employees -of the-U. P., the singers and speakers, those who furnished the cars and those who furnished the beautiful floral offerings. May..you., all receive the same loving sympathy in tlie. hour of sorrow. Signed, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Davis and Family. 531U BOOKS TO BTGXJOES ST. MARYS, twelve other alumni, Ray Graham, millionaire motor car manufac- turer of Detroit-and president "of St. Mary's College Alunini associa- tion, dropped in to visit hia alma mater. He organized a cabbit hunt and the entire school dropped its books for the day to partici- pate. Graham gave away 'in Bvizes.' An Original Warner for the Heavy Woman Quaranteed to Fit Perfectly YOU'can get a fitted under-garment which seems to be actually designed for models provide for every; type. You inay be built on heavy lines, yet this underbelt model will smooth out your lines with a magic touch. Notice how the under- section is joined to the outer panel of elastic, bestow- ing perfect abdomen support and diaphragm control. Side elastic insets control surplus thigh flesh. 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