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- aw reduction. Gordon's, $ Twentjr-fl- f 1157 street. Phone 419. 87J with or Il- Tw1n Hartey motorcycia, or - 2tnd gircrx. Tng" rooms fOr cntlraen BLEEPItJ 2312 nrant. . 211-2- In SECOND-HAN- moJ-rrnhom- e. and said. good bought J. 1744 Phons HOP Wash. Ave. old WE will take your refrlrator as on a heater or rani's or any part payment pYo w( furnltara or will buy thum mthr utrtffbt tct caah. Horaa TurnJtux Cor- - Phons Tw-nty-flTt- tret d. 8-- S43 ne PAINTINO PAPEJt hanrfnav tlBtlnar and Work fuara-nteInc. Phone 571-REAL ESTATK tata WlUard Kay, raaj 2474 Waahlnrton At. Pbooa tCAVENQSrV MoCarty 4s Caw, ttautln . aabaa, Itvorva ioit-W- . SECOND-HAN-D - term. ruom without sidecar. Cash URIs TiSiiKiJ uniurnnnenR. ironi M. H. Brandon. EC 3543 Hud-Phoor lidy or gtri student.. 2021-R- Call after p. m. HAIR euta for tala at 425 GOODS D for 25c except Saturday 35c CHOICK Jonathan apples delivered. Ph. 22J2-. room for two gentlemen, o . St-- r none eiy. 31 2441-rm.' riSIlED modern piano. Phrrn for pt... sal. 889 MAXWELL parts EGG COMNG. s.N'0 children. Ph 1183-J- i, 3BDFORD, Eng. Market men hef Monro KN(J rooms. to , 753 predict the price, of eggs willIt rise dittos Qv s 1717 WASH1NOTOS . Is due 12 Christmas. cents each by Top B!r. modern Shop. Hudson Auto 1863 room. apartmer.T. to another ecg thertaxre,- - they say. . an t. day aftern &00 MODERN 1 tCAVENQE- R- -- 12-CE- jvpro tops paper clean ZQO.oo Reasonable. ana 40b, . , Bid 51 8 Ij Stock rrt 6s lt2 ..... B l1 Ii A A 3 li ( oan,I4 Standard Coal a 1924 Utah Pr& Lt 1st hm 1S44.. AnywitRJnstrucUona to a preHirttcary Injection waiie enter tne in, f rtah Lt Pr O 130 rubotak aw. Utah Securities s o J4 Saxar 7a 1S20.. ' Mutual Creamery 8a 1S2.. 17.00 Utah-Idah- 00 JO.OO 6.00 1 00.00 ' . . by Judges 70.00 ,71.00 Paker, Alaohulerarid .PaaaSTne ap5.00 caae uirer ad" court took 0. 00 pelate IS. 00 aftergp-resentatlvvlsement sereral weekr-a- A chased on our Partial Payment '.' Plan.' , - The opinlorKraa sljrr Is. 00 17.00 lt t8 Asked caae Is' befrwE I Oarbac ana rabblsn haaid. eeaspon and tollats cland, John Chip? Co, KANSAS CITT. .Mo.. Dt. 15. Hy-Chol-unca 71J Fnona Zl. tSU Hudaon Arenua. .&0C?:0.53; pthcr alfalfa 34 chanaed. CUT kindllni. I'hone i;-- J. - - Walker Proa Tr Ooods... . . BONDS. . J. A. Hogle & Go. es o "WeM of Kentucky of the ahd Virginia mlrtln' compaoiles United Mine Workers of Amerlrvhad the case. Tbe&r appeared to arrue the check-o- ff v'a 16? .banning junctlon ordered suspended on the plea of counaal for tba njnara union, NVESTMENT SECURITIES Ecclet Blig Mainly -- promptly re committ. . . these will be receiv corrimlttee next Mond then arrangements made plying1 of Christmas cheer to really In need. To these investigations nearly SO- bust and professional men Qf Ogdsn hijT voiuni r1 f hplr irv1re. .T t JBERAIj CONTRIBUTIONS L Among the liberal cash contributions egriga have ";beer sums as high as. IfO tiTiwVw 325 from individuals and 1100 from mobiles, olu one of the civic organizations. An- be needed ork other civic organization has. sent word ftid Sunday mornl that-eac- h of its mimbers will .rry out the In Ogden for one family on Christmas day. &evM " Kvery personplans erat of the smaller church societies to bring; Christmas cheer t and girls" clubs have volunteered to family, either through a Good FsL for'one family each. One Ogdert, contril ,tlon or by caring for a f establisfiment volunteered to supply? lly. Is Invited to sign the coupon be o a loaf of bread to each needy .faniiily-an- low, sending the Good Fellows, .from one of Ogden'a stores catne care StandardHxamlner either with a donation or 50 pairs or stockings oney or checicor with the blank of assorted sizes, as well as other llled out as to the. sire of the family wearing apparel. One mlllinary stofe at win be cared for. Assignments has donated a number of hats fofj o these families win be made early t week, following the Investigators' little girls. Hundreds of gifts like, these could epfcrts. 'V 1lie3'-foun- - t-- 'aa ctJ c - W -- it-t- d GOOD OGDEN. UTAH. FELLOWS COUPON. V"a. The' undersigned will be gladoVprovide Christmas happiness children as a mjnlrer of the Good Fellows of for......... rt (Jgden. Enclosed find $ .for Gd&d Fellow's Fund. CONCERT , , t SI 000 T : TAS FACETS V- - Og- rLtft u u i Received by :V . f'riyxA 1 1 V - 11 1 W BB sVA ft 1 Friday Evening The Ogden tabernacle choir will apof pear in the first popular concert the season Friday evening. A comprehensive program has been arranged under the direction of Gerard Klomp, concert master, and Joseph Ballan-tynthe director. Sam F. Whitaker will be accompanist for the choir, with J. J. McClel-laorganist, and Miss Mildred Ware, contralto. Soloists with the choli include Mrs. Myrtle B. HIgley, Mrs. Agnes Warner, Miss Vera Hobson. A quartet which will be featured is composed of Mrs. Iligley,. Mls. Ware, Walter J. Stephens, Douglas Brian, : h n, , af II w G-- . I I . " - ' TI fav AmAW ivana - x Express . mm utJ - a- - 3 r to" of BeaMty- Its .A prK wnsy I aW ?afew E. Browning From Refugee Group e, . On the of personal income rtuV-ntaxes under the new rev-den Livestock show was voted by the enue and llowln? statement is law, Ogden Livestock Exchange, It was an? issued by C011 for of Internal Reve- enounced, this morning:. This mony nue James 1 nderson. of the Dls- wlurbo turned over to the show com- - trtrt nf TTf a h A .Enactment tor ew revenue legisla- i A resolution was adopted expressing tlon has brought the offices of Col- r appreciation of the exchange for lectors of Int evenue a flood of rea g.yarlous Inquiries provisions. he stiowr in arranging" for the The Revenue 1921 became ef- xHMtion here in January. fective Novem 23. also voted to Increase otherwise prov ST. for."1921, "unless the memb"tehiifto 1500. To avoid err "the preparation of OBr their returns. ai ter difficulties with the Bureau of ri"Y nal Revenue, tax- A1 to carefully note payers are advl the changes an MM en they become ei- fective v . - -- mmm mm xne . . nn n tax rriis repealed &A j x, iji.- , j. it q rates xor v 1 u. i changed. r u h uhb n id Uftax rates for the calendar are urichanged, and- range i KsTl tLaal af KB II IBlfiaVM K forti4J the amount of net $1,000 for the Ogden Tabernacle on T INCOME Sibil 0 f fTaf Vs, Program to Be Given at Letter Appealing for Help 7 ApproprU-tlorLo- r -- M I I carydn I 'It 1 ' ; Gil 'BT TV r Address.". . , . .If. you desire to care for a familV fill in blank of first paragraph in coupon. If you are serfHirm a contribution fill in the amount. Standard-Examine- r thi3 coupon to Good Fellows, jMail . A CHOIR TO GIVE Name. V A I - i rm. am nstmas Sentiment mi l ev l Descriptive of conditions in Russia, a letter signed by 15 men, some of whom designate themselves engineers, architects, professors and technical men, appealing for money to rescue their families, has been received by George E. Browning, president of the People's Sugar company. ,The letter is as follows: gifts gifts that bring daily joy in their What woman would not be i with an. pffirint HiicrriV- VER-WELGOM- rCL" Alwav: AuDrcciated. E ' 4? Terijoki, 15th November, 1921. A." Co., People's Sugar Mr. George E. Browning, president: From F. F. Lumbarg, Engineer. Dear Sir: undertaking ' and We are Russians and write you from that's a hazardous therefore, its expencive. with Miss Evelyn Nelson, accompanist. Finland. EXPLAIN APPEAL. ' PROGRAM. You have, certainly, heard of the to you, unknown for .us We O Great Is the Depth (St. Paul) . . . 1917, in Russia, but. you persons,apply our friend because Mendelssohn revolution, don't know that it was a revolution are or Mrs. Warner and Choir already perished, only by name and by its projects and or are in the same calamitous position Organ- - Overture to "Oberon". . ... . All as we because all Russian benevolent . . Von Weber fulfillmentof the greatest cheating. promises liberty, given by a group haven't at all money, Mr. McClellan of alert rogues, were needen only for organizations all ... because governments outeuropean "Waltz Song" (Faust) Contralto, ' enlmles of to Russia the crisis after army economical destroy now an live .. .Gounod and ' government's order, after what the ruinous war. Miss Mildred Ware began; the continuous robbery of priWe apply to you, representee of Chorus, "Stone Him to Death" SL vate and national richnesses of Rus- industry . . Mendelssohn . . of the GREAT AMERICAN' i Paul) sia; the destruction of religious. pub- REPUBLIC, which not only gate vicMiss Hobson, Mrs. Warner and" lic, family and moral warps; the ter tory to the allies, by taking part: in Choir ror, poisons and murders. Churches our european war, but during thenar is number of the This descriptive are dishonored: priests Instead the and after it by peaceful means has YTALVVvtsT-stoning to death of Stephen, one of performing TOH r GALVE3TOH. scour the conquered the hearts of poor people the early Christians,- a pathetic ap stables in of divln services barracks; fchoola for chil- and forever glorified Its 6tellared and $6,Q0O to peal in soprano solo, followed by the lnc6TniwtWpoo 65 perjcen.jgh T,htVlunourit of net in- narrative in recitative. "Then they ran dren are hearths of bad sicknesses standard by the large beneficiant Won't you hear their teari, their pray- STOCK BENEFITS BY Cross ers, their last before death .wish? . girls fill workf generous AmericanRed corruption: come i! excteof? 10000. For the upon him, etc.," followed by a dra and ' child-be- d houses women for re and to other and organizations. Him "Stone calendar chorus. Death." WARMER WEATHER matic rates For the purpose of raising funds range fromyeara22 thea.urtax, God preserve you, your relatives, ceive prizes for premature in their because to except announc We you, recitative Another tfre apply amount pathetic child-bedwith which to complete the ward of net income Intelligent workmenn you we haven't death of Stephen, followed by! age anybody to. whom we andt all your citizens fronr'even a'little betweenJ6,00 arraVtlO,-00- 0 ing the ' are as chapel, the auxiliary organizations of but. whole the to extirpated, 60 cnorar. could o cent Clear skies and warm 'temperatures I yield "io xnee, Lord. pAHh amouny tne part of those passions and abasethe First ward, headed by the- ward which the per who has lost during Hhe " The apply. man nation, of each IL "exefeeds net UO VTillV.lt income fc3riJ J200 UUlllLm A transportation -t4 amusement committee, will give a war 1914 more than 10 mil from Ildssla'to Finland costs $145 ments that you can't even Imagine, of the last week, have been favorable european 000 at of the funeral Mendelssohn. jsUqrr 2 in the ward hall Friday, 'from of its best sons can neither be X1E0. We., a grouDvof refugees In living in your great, liberal coun- generally, except for sheep on the winThe exemption allowed fof de furiMah contrast in dramatic and sub- lions ter ranges, according to the weather, until 11 p. m. "Do 'your Christmas pendent is Increased from S200 toxtflft dued emotional display seldom equaled murdered one by one, nor put In Qf 14 men, have left in Rus try. ; t crop and range bulletin for Utah isshopping at the bazaar and help fin- Married persons living with husbanTiUlii countons, it is our exterminated of 32 ibers by artlflcally sla families,' Tours truly, the corfrpositions of the great mas created sued by the Salt Lake weather bureau. ish the church," Is the slogan adopt- or wife and heads of families are iwholo of chlldistricts and lng o our mothers, wives and hunger W. Korvaleff, professor; "(Signed) The moisture shortage Is growing ed by the committee in urging all lowed a soon our native will be trans country dre L. King; more acute In rqany T. exemption of $2,500 OrganF. architect; Kuttmann, ward members and their - friends to (instead personal important districts in formed the great european desert. . . .McDowell of $2,000) unless the net in HELP US! If not for all V.' Slgorenko, engineer; P. (a) T some shrinkage and losses have and attend, as useful articles suitable to come is in where find few as satieted excess at as. much you'll Taran-choulast of only F the for Minor" half, Muslcan $5,000, in which (b) ' . . P. Sadovsky; K. been reported, due to lack of snow. persons of all ages will be on sale at case the personal exemption and many exhausted, power- you can, .and send the money by a .As. . . i . . . Schubert robbersT. K. Alkln; Brun; Feed has become extremely short L..ShIpof; attractive prices in the different $2,000. The. act provides thatin inonly V less slaves. no W. Tichobrosorn; M. Eoldireff, teck- - around the watering places (c) "An OldWelody" Afrned cheque on the name of . our sortc- booths, which will also include a fish case shall the reduction of the personINFORMATION INCORRECT. of russlan engineer's nick; R. Somoloff. engineer; .E. Os-- j feeding has been necessary. and ,. by organlsrlr.nMcCle on' Stock pond foy the kiddies, and a fortune al exemption from $2,500 to $2,000 Contralto The information that you receive of union.: F. F. Lumberg. representer pastures, however. have fared fvi trouchom; telling booth and den of mystery for operate to increase the 'tax which--l (ab) "My Mammy" is mostly insufficient! . and ussia F. P'. LUMBERG. engineer, Finland, tf Russian refugees group, Finland, well and little feeding is reported on. the entertainment of the grown-upImes fallacious. be payable If the exemption kilometer. Terijoki. ual) kilometer. farms. .Nldlinge Luncheon will be on sale at the lunch would Terijoki, were more " oo who labored men, all IMMEDIATE HELP. $2,500 v the amount the of Waters URGE the by oo Mrtyiethn "By '(b) ie comas counter at all hours, and the beof net life: the excess income tecknlcks. in 35.000. of with not Do tonka agriculturetvxeers, help... the delay Laurtce Corn bread moulds hare been desA new" corporation in Japan Is manmittee declare: "You can come when This is to overcome the istsv teacher; we were obliged to run cause the' transportation must-bacBartlettJ in uream a and-stadisparity igned-that (cj a Portland as substitute for as like you produce mlnature loaves you case or two taxpayers, one of from Ktmsla to get rid of the complished during the winter by ice ufacturing "The Top o the Morning".. (d) pNvay In forms lime. of cars of corn. the cement from and lava want." A program of Jong musical num- tne behind Cronstadt Mana Zucea aan?r oi dsnooting. is'just within the lower' $2,000 '(from Petrograd, bers and songs will also be given dur- whom WeHave-iounand the other Just within Miss Ware exemption trrBsrefuge in Fin- to Finland) in spring It will be too' and evening. ing the afternoon tne higher $2,500 exemption. Cho in land, whMalthough . fI i iaie. oo v 1... ... .JK... lawless conditions uo and know Robin bingie persons, and married person can Scotch Adair".. fvrt yuur- II i Melody buuicuuiib you 'a) living. with husband or wife, are ing the local Taiguages notMiivlng self. --''don't throw away this 1 letter. (b) Drink to Me- Only Wfith IDAHO. FAEMER HARD not auowed an exemption of $1,000. Non Thine Eyea" Old English the possibility to Tn;e totrs. it over to your acquaintances, to we work as simple MKmen; dig th give resident aliens are allowed a single Tabernacle Choir and resounding people, who can rich HIT BY BARN FIRE personal are ready tsv founded roofs exemption of $1,000. Persons Organ "Kamenol Ostrow" a tone the in your town; show this ground, repair gross incomes for 1921 of $5,- kind of suT$ying, but lettrt to their wlfes and .daughters. having endure to; poem. Rubensteln any 000 or. over are required to make a rewe are unable to- do one tlttt go perhaiJsNjomen will easier understand Arranged for organ by McClellan (Special Dispatch.) of turn, amount the back to net of Russia until regardless Mr. there McClellan exittei ' why our depands areo persevering; PINGREE, Ida., Dec. 15. A new unmerciful the and communis .Verdi lying Quartette (RIgoletto) barn belonging to E. L. Felsted of income. they may beCtar understand theofphysThe period for filing returns on the Our families In remained Miss ; Mrs. our Russia Mr. r Ware, HIgley, i and, morarshelpiessness was 8 d. at Thomas, destroyed year basis is from January They are also in danger of prison arfd wiNks: separated frda their husbands. Brian, Mr. Stephens m. today. An automobile, two new calendar 1 to March 15, 1922. . as Chorus "Inflamatus". . .Stabat Mater hunger death; We must save them beeinJNirt dreadful conoilions-- without sets of harness, 30 tons of hay and 60 last, the tax may be Thisinyear, full at from that hell; neither our sacrifices, mo'h'ey, TBing la cold urTrMtted flats, Mrs. Higley and Choir. paid bushels of prize wheat were Included the time of filing the return or In f out nor heroism can help them. Money is eettine theitw scanty, too socty lor oo n the loss, which was estimated at on or due before installments, equal to, receive the official per- the existance ration of two h eJngs will Government, experts r 2,000. Felsted carried no insurance March 15, June 16, September 15 and Investigate necessary mission the finnlsh government, and a Quarter poilnd ot bread per from cm the structure. thr of cotton possibility ' raising prof ., December 15. our to send for relatives people, who hours aYvdhours in turns standingand-wuCopies of the revenue Act may b itably in Australia. will know how cafely bring them here; by to snoes, uut undressed I . had by application to the. Saft Lake a in?tl?felr; with hearts, hope although I I office. . that we shall find out a waVwto icet JUST TO REMIND YOU oo of inhumanl them" out from this hell ' TifC passlan. V PROFESSOR OF MOTTES! V7 DAVS Tit For the sake of our families; qut BERLIN. A chair has been estabold mothers, wifes with hungry, exlished in the Berlin Technical Hleh ' . hausted children, ask. we: at the Profeschool for cinema technology. we shall know- how to be And ssor-Karl Forch will be the first not only by words of greatthankful : movie teacher.. v . DO VOUR MAUrAG est thank in world" over, newspapers, but also by acts, wto hope if the .fate SrTp HE Neckwear "vtJe offers a latitude NOW a even us our of back will selection thatprmiti these artis- give part Free Punch reall lost property, we shall return unc may ic.v sHjmuc ceived frorh you. ' . combirvitUons vrith 3aaHinaLcolor Black or WANT TO Qcrr RUSSL. the most beautiful - s -- T- -'I vacuum cleaner? , I --- , a. - 1 wrioh ,T - - . l.pfcentn s. rus-sla- - - . ba-5za- - ar TV prlsJ-Sumb- al-ft- fi- er " , - 32.-perha- Tuanoff-Smolensk- "MB-men- t ;- y; k; - -. . .repre-senter-preside- nt , s. 5-- th 5-- th e . .. wrc " -- in-larg- -.- 1-1 - ' ; . e ad . by-fir- e m - - ....... . . ' , dJ. 1 Neckwear Vogues n . h E mm - . . . vfs Dance Tonight - ; , BERTHANA - v jQr uvavao. - Brotherhood of American Yeomen DANCE, W.O. W. HALL Friday December 16 Proceeds Go to SaJvation Armyc Christmas Fund Admission, 30c per Person Elnjoy most and comfortable dance hall in the wesL ' Admission only 30c Olie Reeve's . Dance Orchestra . . Better Than Ever HELP US! four years 'of war russlan ..Duringhave women lost resignedly-theisons, -- r fathers and husbands on the battle field, and now during four years of revolution, thev see their arrests, tortures and murders. But if a criminal, a murderer condemned to death, is asked about his last wish, which la always accomplished our mothers, wires - and children, condemned to hunge- death haven't they the fight to hope to wait - - and io wish! Children and women ask you to .help them to cet our from Ruasia. emialcorrectnei -- 'Tawell and. leaVtTkatrto US. 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