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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - March 6, 1927, Ogden, Utah SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1927. THE OGDEN STANDARD EXAMINER N. Farris and Miss Katy ilarotzke were mar- ried at the Presbyterian parson- ugi-. on Tuesday with the Eev. John E. Carver performing the ceremony. Fred Meissnc- and Miss Margaret Farris were the attendants. Berthana Every Wed- nesday and Reeve and his orchestra. 201'-. Con K. 2301' and Mrs. G. A'laan- doren announce tho birth of an eight-pound girl on March a at their home, 371 Twenty-eighth .street. school house. Demonstrations in dress making and kitchen man- agement will be 'on the program. Gateway Chevrolet, Washington avenue. 4932 Old Time Dance every Saturday night. Good music. K. Of P. hall. 4013 Dancing Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday. Passey's Greater Band, White City Gardens. 52-1-1 marriage license was issued Saturday afternoon in the county clerk's office to Leslie Mon- ahan and Florence Estella "Frois- land, both of Salt Lake. Muller Decorating Phone (By error not in telephone Wall paper, paper- har.ging. paints, painting. CSS Anil, the flowers are furnished by Klenke Floral. Phone 1240. 3-105 L Levin, manager of the O.pitol Film Labpratories, of Salt Lake, took the first flash picture in the Hotel Bigelow, pho- tographing the Utnh .Canners' as- sociation banquet scene Saturday evening. Will Douglas, re- Xew Telephone Directory goes '.-nll returned missionary from ot press March 10. Any changes, 1lio sum hum stuteb, will be the Hp'-Uker in the services of Ihu Eleventh ward tonight.' Ogdun Typewriter liou.se, for typewriters antl repairs. 24C2 Kic- scl avenue. Phone 236. 100 additions or corrections should be reported to commercial office ot telephone company prior to that dcxte. 52SS l-'oiitz PS Dentists, S43. 31S-1 the Eighteenth ward Mutuals' conjoint session to- day. L. Taylor will speak on the subj'ect. "The Adolescent A.LCC." Tho prelude will be siv- by Evelyn Nelson the soloists will bo Edna C. Kirie and Violet Banford. Drive It Toil-self Nasii, and Hertz sc- j dans and Fords. 2538 Washington j iivonue. Phone 55t'U. 231'.' Family Service 128S 514J. In Hooper Oliver Wayne StL-WMi-t of the prohibition "fly- ing squadron" will givr an address in the Hooper hall Sunday evening, March 13, at o'clock. Moore's Nurseries Price list now ready. Phone 7S2. 4420 Save on Diana R at Miick-llobinson Garage. S7S- Home From and Mrs. E. B. Stone have returned from a trip to Chicago, St. Paul, Min- neapolis and Now York City. More for your money at Via- duct Market. Plenty of parking space. 17 iO Fire it now. Herbert 13. Smith Co. Phone S71-J. 4707 Equipped as a modern, modest home, one of the homes built by the Taylor Building company is attracting much attention. It ivili bo open this week for inspection by the public in order that home- makers may see just comfort- able unil pleasant a home can be made at comparatively small cost. Tho house is located at 2859 Banker avenue. It has been fur- nished by the Boyle Furniture company and the Power Lifiht company, the plumbing work' having been done by the Sangborg Plumbing company. Five rooms compose the home which has been equipped ev- ery seemingly necessary modern convenience. An efficient, furnace has been in- stalled. The kitchen includes built- in cabinet, electric range, ironer and other facilities. The dining- room has an excellent set of dark walnut furniture. In the living room is a davenport, a Cogswell chair, arm chair and a grand piano. The bedrooms arc very comfortably equipped. Yet the en- tire cost ot furnishings, other than the grand piano, amounts to less than 82.000, even drapes and rugs. For cotmiy farm bureau women of llivordalc meet on Thursday rit'tvrnoon ,'t.t J o'clock in the Kiverualo We crate and pack furni- t u r e, household goods, etc. Try charges are very reason- a! Transfer and Storage 239 Twenty-fifth Street Phone 41 The Hooper choir, consisting of about -10 voices, will present n'sselift Taps." an operetta, in Taylor, on Monday, March T, ami in "plain City on Thursday, March Georfcc Manning is musical di- rector of tho company which has much favorable comment by its performance. A. Parley liatos is slase manager and tho accom- paniniert is provided by-J. Lawr- ence Johnson, piano: Joseph Simpson, cornet, and Koy Boas- ley. violin. The following: take the prin- cipal pat-la in the operetta: Jo- soph Moore. Hah Xaisbctt, Cox, Leo Stoddard, A. Parley Bat'.-s, Georgcson. Olive Child, Vtnnr, Gcorpreson. Ina .Ross. Reaa Ko.sf, G. r. Widdison, David John- ston. EIGHTH WASD PLANS CONJOINT SESSION Conjoint session of the Eighth ward M. I. A. will be held today. Tho following program will be given: Prelude. Leona Maddock; invo- cation: announcements: vocal dues', Elberta and Martha YTilsor.; reading, Mary duet, Elberta and Martha Wilson: speech, Charles Kingston: song oy congregation: benediction. EIVER ASSOCIATION TO SOLD MEETINGS Carnival Dance Monday Night, March 7th. An- other good time. Public invited. Admission 25c. Annual meeting of the TV'ebor River Distributing association will be held on Monday, March 1-i. in tho federal building in Ogden it o'clock in the afternoon. Wa- ter users or their representatives from the entire system arc askod to be in attendance. Directors of the distributing association wi'l mc-et at 10: CO o'clock that morn- ing. Notices to this effect are being sent out by Secretary Cook. IS ALSO BABY'S RESTAURANT We'll make the..whole family comfortable. You can feel just as easy and home-like here as you want. Wo have a high chair waiting 'for the baby nnd plenty of good food for all- Special Din- ner, per plate with all trimmings. Dinner a !a Carto a.m. to Short Orders All Hours Open a. m. to to. GefiaS-mSK 370 ST. OCDEN 'or Ogden dairies, whether paste- urized or. raw milk, passed tests made by.A. T. Barrett, city milk inspector, with more than 90 points and were all listed in the A class, according to his monthly report lor. February. Dairies selling pasteurized milk were1 Uintah, Purity .Ir- ving, Model, 'Kleenmilk, Banner ana Weber Central. K'aw milk dairies were Ellison, Mount Ogden, Barker, Cream Rose, Fackrell, McKay brothers, Purdy, Linford, White and Flitton. -----------oo----------- SMART HIS BOY WITH ANSWER When a class of youngster's at the Madison school was being1 giv- en a test Friday afternoon, the teacher asked: "From what plant is It that we get "I said one of the bright little boys living nof. far from the school. "You may replied tho teacher. "The Amalgamated sugar plant." And now they're telling the story in business and financial circles o: Ogden. EAST James F. Cleary. vice-president ailrl manager of the Kansas City Fibre Box company of Kansas City. Mo., accompanied by Mrs. Cleary, left Saturday evening for ..tho east after visiting for several days in Ogden, While here they were en- tertained by Mr. and Mrs. E. C, CAMEO OVAL- WILTON RUGS 22x34 27x54 FRENCH OVAL RUGS 27x54 iHave You Seen'the iJOfr Oval Wiltons? "a Good-humored little rugs, they bound to. make overly prim schemes smile a bit. You may have a shiny floor space between rooms that is yearning for just such adornment. Or a group of pieces that needs the decorative aid of a small, colorful Wilton.. Or then again you may have a blue-looking bedroom that would respond charmingly to the intro- duction of two or three of these gay ovals.! BOYLES SALES LEADERS MEET IN OGDEN Lift Off-No Pain! I Doesn't hurt, one bit! Drop a lit- tle "Freezone" on an aching- corn, instantly that corn stops hurting-, then shortly it right off with .lingers. Your druggist sells a tiny .'bot- tle of "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn or corn between tho toes, and the foot calluses, without soreness or irritation. Stomach Remedy Very Effective For Indigestion PROGRAM TONIGHT IN WARD CHAPEL Rowing Shrub collection, stand- ard 2 and 3-foot size, worth for- S2.CO. You save 70c. One Bridal Wreath. one Snowberry Bush, one Butterfly Bush. Special price Order now for plant- ing day. Send for our -free Illus- trated catalogue. UTAH NURSERY CO. 2790 South State Street Snlt Lake City, Utah of tho Fourterr.ih war-3 will a program in Uu> ward chapel at 7 p. m. today. It wili comprise: Quieting1 music, E'.vu IHarbertson; selection by a male quartet; piano solo, Leonard Har- ris: reading-, Edna Harbcrtson: vocal solo, Cornelia DC Groot; talk. "Thn Book of Mormon, .IN .Place Among Historical Records." Miss Ruth Tanner: selection by a male quartet. -oo- FALLING Luclcy Tiger knocks p eczema by killing the fol- liclc Kcrms. Monev-Bacfc Guarantee. Use Whyte- for Skin eruptions. Barbers or drucceiiitc. LUCKY llGER DIVORCE ASKED ON CSTTELTY BASIS Vernal Chamberlain filed suit for divorce Saturday in the dis- trict court against Harry F. Chamberlain, charfring cruelty. She asks the court -to issue on order restraining- Mr. Chamberlain from molesting her during1' pen- dency of tho case in court. Tho wife also seeks custody ot four minor children and suitable ali- mony. They were' married' in Salt Lake on March 1, 1910. for His Discorerv Digestive troubles such as dys- pepsia, heartburn, sour stomach, bloating- after msals, griping pains, dysentery, colic, cholera, morbus, cnronic constipation, gas, ulcerat- ed ..condition of the stomach and sick headache arc quickly relieved by the discovery of a well-known..Dallas pharmacist. .A lev." doses will convince you. "Gordon's" is sold by Schramm-. Johnson. .Drugs. Stores in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming and Cal- ifornia. Si.50 per bottle. Tour drugsist will refund your money if one bottle fails to benefit. Ask .for JCmety members of the Pacific coast and intermountain saKis force of the United States Rubbur company entrained at on Saturday nig-ht for Detroit to at- tend a convention. The rubber men arrived here in different parties, coming from the west, south and northwest and leaving on a special train at o'clock. Salesmen having the best records of the past year made up a por- tion of the delegation. Following a four-day stay in Detroit they will leave to attend other meetlr.g-s in Indianapolis; Five of the officials were spe- cial guests of Joseph W. Brewer, agent for the United States tires here, at a dinner in tho Bigelow hote'l-. They were: J. B. Brady, greneral manager of the Pacific coast division; H. A. Farr, man- ager of tire sales in the Pacific coast division; H'. A. Thompson, manag-cr of the San Francisco branch of the company; M. E. Palmer, manager of 'the tire de- partment of the Salt Lake branch, and C. W.- Ort, manager of the SaJt Lake branch, Tho party .visited- the Brewer tire service building, recently com'- pleted. on Grant avenue, Vhile in the city. FOUR ARRESTED FOR FAST DRIVING Motorcycle' Officer Clair Ras- mussen arrested four motorists Saturday night on. charges of speeding. It is the first group of arrests to be made with the com- ing of the mild weather. Those taken were J. C. Fleming, .614 Canyon road; Paul Wilson, 303 Fifteenth Joe Miller, 1S3 Jefferson-avenue, and C. H. Spen-. cer. Salt Lake. A fifth.driver was released when- found to' be a physician who was rushing on a maternity call. -oo- BLAME PLACED ON STEERING GEAR Police officers investigating- the accident early Saturday morning in which Police Chauffeur Dcwey F. Hawkins, driving a small coup'e. collided with, a wagon, ot the Kleenrnilk on Quihcy avenue" between Twerity'-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, saJd that the collision was due to a break in the steering apparatus of the Hawkins' machine: Officer Hawkins said he was driving- southward when the ap- paratus broke and he 'ran sideways into the milk wajjon. -His car was badly damaged. No one was injured. ------------oo------------v FAVORS GIVEN AT CANNERS' BANQUET Hundreds of" white carnations grown in Ojrden by the Weber Floral company were given to the women attending the Utah Canners' association banquet with tho floral company's compliments., chocolate favors' being" the giit of the Shupe-Williams Candy company. ALIMONY FAILITEE TO BE EXPLAINED Earlgur Fcrrin has been or- dered to appear Monday Judge George S. Barker in the district court to show cause why lie should not be punished for contempt court for alleged Hear this Matchless Instrument Panatrope's repro- duction is electrical! This means music as it really true. to life! The model above .may be used as the loud speaker unit for your present radio, if desired. Other models combine in one beautiful cabinet the Panatrope and Super-heter- odyne. Operates entirely from light socket. Let us demonstrate it in your home or in our store. Convenient terms. The Brunswick Shoppe MUSIC CO. Og'dan, for The Brunswick PANATROPE .PAIN from Bladder Irritation Soonttttdby SanUlMidy of Look for the Sold-eydldr failure to pay his former wife, Ella I. Ferrin. .alimony. The order sets forth 'that Fer- rin was to pay .his former a month after .January 7. when-the decree was. awarded. HB will be questioned Monday to his reasons for not doing so, thi order sets forth. OPENS SERIES OF SERMONS TONIGHT The age long: desire for health as shown -in the many attempts to realize the- promise of the Christ to restore bodily vitality, and the many commencements toward spiritual and mental heal- ing- as foundation for reliffiou? conviction will, bo the natural phenomena dealt with In the ser- mon tonight in First Presbyterian church on "The Health-Givins Powers of the Soul." It Is first of a Lenten -Sunday-evening- series 'on "The Practical Powers of Your Soul." The belief in the power of the mind and spirit over-the- body In the cases of acute disease, as illustrated in the many attempts to'restore to health the mind and body, will form the historical basis of- the sermon. Instrumental music is to be given by Mrs. Herman Mrsl John W. Hillabrant. Miss Phyllis Proudfit, Miss Grace Mat- thews and Herman Fetscher. BRINGS SUIT ON INSURANCE POLICY Suit to collect Insurance was filed- Saturday in the district court by Hugh McAllister the Neighbors of Woodcraft, a fraternal organization. Mr. McAllister sets forth that his wife, Martha V. McAllister, took cut a policy on March 4'. 1909, and continue'd her pay- ments of a month until' she died on January 28. 1926. Although claim has been filed. Mr.' McAllister complains. .the amount has not been paid and the .company has 'refused to for- ward the amount. He asks judgment, with costs and interest. CARD OF00THANKS Tho loving sympathy of our many many friends, extended dur- ing our recent bereavement in the sudden death of our beloved hus- band .and father. H. C. Greer, was a source of great comfort and con- eolation, and.we desira to express our heartfelt thanks for the many acts of -kindness -and assistance during this sad bereavement. Es- pecially do we wish to thank the speaker the singers, the Loyal Order of Moose, those who .sent the.-many beautiful furnished automobiles, and the friends-who accompanied the re- mains to the train. MRS. H. C. GREEK AND SON, .REED, OTTO AND GLENF 'MEEK, MR. AND MRS J..-FRANK WYATT AND .-.FAMILY. After receiving, i the degree o'f Master of Arts. Bachelor of Med- icine and Bachelor of Surgery .In the Glasgow university. Miss Isobel Hill' decided -to -be -a djessmaker, she testified in- a London court recently. Suiting, 29c Yard It's hard to believe but it's the truth. Genuine fast col- or suiting, 36 inches wide. New colors just received. Regular 49c value. Broadcloth, 29c Yard 3G-inch broadcloth, in all bright colors including white. A good reliable qual- ity. Regular 49c value. Red Seal Zephyr 25c Yard For those who want the best zephyr gingham at a popular price. It's fast col- or, 32 inches wide. Assort- ed patterns. Regular 29 c val- ue. Ginghams, 19c Don't forget our regular line of tHis popular priced ging- ham. Comes in plain, dark and fancy patterns. Washes well and wears fine; 32 inches wide. Shirting Cheviots, 17c. Another shipment received for Wash Goods week. 29 inches wide. Fancy stripe patterns. Good reliable Qual- ity. Prints, 19c Our 3G-inch print percale is tho outstanding value in town. ;It washes well and the patterns are neat and Terry Cloth, 69c Compare our quality and' patterns and then the price. Prints, 44c Now is your opportunity to purchase the finest quality 32-inch prints for less. Spe- cial purchase allows us to do this. Regular 4.9c value. New patterns just received. Lingerie Material, 39c Wamba dot lingerie material. A silk and cotton fabric for step-ins, bloomers, combina- tions, gowns, etc. Regular 49c value. Printed Rayons, 98c If you want the newest pat- terns and best quality print- ed rayons, we have it. 36 inches, wide. t Several new patterns Just in. Silk and Cotton Dress Goods, 79c A table of silk aad cotton, brocades, -prints, etc. In light, medium and dark shades. Values to ?1.49 per yard. .Cretonnes, 19c 36 in a good assortment of patterns.- Cretonnes, 39c 36 inches wide. Suitable for your better drapes. Nets, 39c Our 36-inch cotton netts are very popular. Marquisette, 49c Extra fine quality, colored dots, .for bedroom, kitchen or bath. Offerings From Our Domestic and White Goods Department Outings 27-inch -white, medium 27-inch white, extra quality...... 19c' 36-inch fancy, regular 25c quality......19c Canton Flannel, 24c "Has extra fine twill back, soft nap. Feather Ticking, 39c 32-inch -fancy ticking, feath-; 49 c value. Pepperill Pillow Tubing, 29c Yard The genuine Pepperill tub- ing, 42 inches wide. Sheeting, 39c Yard A -good quality sheeting for. general use, 81 -Inches wide." buys enough for a sheet. Pillow Cases, 19c Each. Just think how reasonable for 42-inch bleached cases. Sheets, 79c Size 72x90. A good back sheet, bleached Same. sheet' in standard size, only, 9Sc. Emporium Sheets If you want the best that money, can buy ask for our: special sheet, regular value. Sheets, The known Pequot quality, size 72x90. Other sizes at correspondingly prices. Toweling, lOc Yard Unbleached, part linen. Sold only in 5 and 10-yard pieces. Toweling, 19c Yard Bleached, imported pure lin- en. Regular 25c value. Muslin, lie It's 36 inches wide, -pure bleach, Hope quality. Towels at Reduced Prices Tea towels, colored edges, .three for ,......25c Turkish towels, 'white, 18 x36, regular 25c 19e Turkish towels, fancy, 18 x36, regular 29c 25c Turkish towels, fancy, 20 x40, regular 49c 39c Turkish towels, fancy, 22 x44, regular 69c 49c Turkish' towels, white, 24 x48, regular 79c 49c Table Damask, 98c Colored weave damask, 68 Inches wide. Regular ?1.19 value.- Linen Damask, Our 70-inch- .all-linen dam- ask, value. Regular ?2.95, now; per WElrt' TRAINED HtJBBY PANA, from.his bed In the middle o: the nlsht. Frank .Umpleby; local business, man, went to his garage in pajamas, drove his automobile twelve blocks'to the', 'home of a-.friend. Entering with- out warning-, he announced -to John Atkinson. "I've got to fix that fur- nace." Atkinson, Umpleby was him..-. amazed, discov- aaleep and .A committee .from England is touring- South Africa, New Zealand and Australia with the purpose of making- British automobiles more popular Mere. DR. W. CALDWEL.L AT OF To Dr, W.-B. Caldwell, cello, ,111., a practicing physician for 47 years, it seemed cruel-that so mG.ny constipated women, children, had to. be k'ept constantly "stirred up" half sick by: artlc pine; tablets, salts, calomel and nasty oils. While he knew that constipation .was the, cause of nearly all head- aches, biliousness, indigestion, and stomach .misery, he1' did. not .believe., 'that a sickening "purge" or "phys-' ic" was necessary. In Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin he discovered a. laxative which helps to establish natural bowel, ically constipated. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin .nof only causes agen- How to Keep Bowels Regular tleV easy 'bowel movement but, besfr of all, it never gripes, sickens, or upsets the system. Besides it Is absolutely harmless, and so pleas- ant that even a cross, .feverish, bil- gladly takes it. ladly takes it. ;a bottle at afiy store -medicine 'or "Syrup Slontlcello, Illi- nois, for a FKJfE SAMPLE EOT. TIJE and. just. see tor yoursslf., SYRUP PEPSIK ;
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