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V MY H EPJOY FORFEIT! DO UBLE TRACK FHCO i : C E HT GOL1GCASE, Mildred I S COUPLET Singing, Commissioner Ward Says U. P. Finishes Stretch of 40 Work of Choir and Solo-ist- s Miles Between Wah- Cleanup to.Be'Made of Much Enjoyed j satch and Leroy Gaming Hangouts Ware's i -- - , Nine men. charged with gambling, failed to appear before Judge D. R. Roberts in the city court this morning and ball of $25 In each case was Commissioner J. declared forfeited. R. Ward,, head of the public safety said after court that this department, was but the first Tesult of a series of raids that would be conducted from now on Until gambling in Ogden was out. stampedmen The arrested were Charles Powers, Charles Brown, Harry Smith, Edward Hart, Frank Jones, Fredn Henderson. R. Butler, Leonard Hay-deand J. D. Connell. According to the police the arrests were made last evening at the Hub and the Rialto pool hall. According to the police, reports have been reaching them for the past few weeks that gambling was being conducted at various places in the city, but they were unable until last night to get the necessary evidence for convictions. When this had been secured the raids were conducted. - " ; Os-tro- w" te oo FIRST MEETING 1 Business and Circulation Dept... 68 5 Classified Ads.... 429 Advertising Dept. ..873 Editorial and News Dept. We "have some wonderful Christmas suggestions for those who wear classes 1130 at Rushmer's, 2469 Wash. There is still time to give your family a Christmas present of a warm-ai- r furnace and have it installed before Christmas. Just call Jackson & Pace, 1100 A marriage license has To Wed been Issued in the office of Claude T. Moyes, county clerk, to Clyde H. Crawof Denford, Ogden, and Pearl" Harris ' ver, Colo. , r on or Dec. taken before Photographs 2(Jth will be finished for Xmas. Great reduct!6n on all frames. "The Ford - ; . Studios 1228 Coal Marking the first meeting in the chapel, the Thirteenth ward "conference will be held Sunday under the di rection of Bishop J. Howard Jenkins. President Heber J. Grant of the L. D. S. church is expected to be, present and speak. President John Halls ot the Ogden stake will also speak. High council members will be present. Conference sessions will be held at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Priesthoods . will meet at 9 a. m. new. oo (Special Dispatch.) John Thurston, the first male born in Morgan county. was buried yesterday in the Milton cemetery. x uneral services were held in the Milton meetinghouse under the direc tion of Bishop J. S. Spendlove. The services were said to be the largest attended of any ever held in the w county. . dwelt who Speakers eulogistically upon the .life of 'the deceased were James Johansen, Morgan .Anderson, Bishop Spendlove and President W. H Rich of the Morgan stake. A quartet composed of Harry Giles. Golden Bingham, Laura Bingham and Alta Poulsen sang. "Jesus, I, My Cross Have Taken." Lois Paterson sang, "One Fleeting Hour," and El. J. Kirk ham sang, "Weep Not" and "My Faitl In Thee." e Six friends of the deceased acted as The grave was dedicated by W. J. Home. old-tim- pall-bearer- All kinds of best grades. M. L. & Ice Co., 2379 Hudson 4 998 s. oo 2 : FUNERALS services for Mrs. Helena 2650 Madison avenue, will Harris, of; Marriage License A marriage li- be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Kirk-enda- ll cense was Issued yesterday, in Salt The remains may be .Lake to Lynn M. Brady, Salt Lake, and viewed chapel. at the home'untll Sunday noon. Selma Hunsaker, of Ogden. 1146. J Delicious Cream Puffs. filled- with Funeral services for Charles BlacK 'C real cream, 50c per dozen. Green well well were conducted at Larkin & Sons 9552 Confectionery. chapel yesterday by the Rev. L. A. Garrison of the First .Baptist church Ogden Typewriter House for type- Rev. Garrison preached the funeral 2422H udson sermon. Mrs. J. B. Grace' and Mrs, writers and repairs. avenue. Phone 236. Lenora Ska-ggsang, "Jesus is Mine," Me" was sung by Mrs "Abide With 20 Kindling' wood. Phone 828. Skaggs. Burial was in the City .cem Genuine English Holly Beautiful; etery. finest berried branches .ever brought Funeral services for Mrs. Mary to Ogden. Dumke Floraf, Hudson ana Blachert were held yesterday after24tti7 1125 noon from the Lindquist funeral chapel 2 o'clock. at Clarence Morriss Bishop Fined $5 Charged with leaving of the Fourteenth ward Dreaided. The .his motor running without an-- attend- Interment was in the City cemetery. Mrs. Mary Farley sang "Sometime ant, Charles Malouf residing at 130 street pleaded We'll Understand," West Twenty-sevent- h and "I Know before Judge D. R- - Roberts and My. Redeemer Lives," and Mrs. j;That guilty W, was fined $5 or five days in jail. The Whlttier sang "Sometime, Somewhere." defendant explained to the court that Mrs. Farley and Mrs. Whlttier also if he stopped the motor after it was sang "I Know My Heavenly Fathei once running It was very difficult for Knows." him to get it started again. The speakers were George Hall, Aloo fred Gladwell and James Harbertson. . The (iMTfcral s 4 oo REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS DEATHS Mrs. Glenna county recorder 'by are as follows: Feit, W. J. and Jane Blackburn to Johanna Rudiger Wiese. a part of block 3, "C" O. C. S.. $10. plat Edwin Payne to Albert' E. Malan, a part of lot 3 in block-- 1, plat "A". O. C. S., $10. Jane Blackburn and W.SJ. Blackburn to Bertha B. Wo6ds lots 19, 20, 43, and 44 in block 1, Linck and tin's subdivision, $10. Allan M. and Anna Belle to Myrtle E. Heywo'od. a partFleming of lot 4. S. O- by one brother, Marcus Funk of Trenton, Utah, and the following children: Mrs. Mary Malone, Mrs. Etta Voll, Mrs. Cora Cunningham, Walter, Colonel and L. W. Harris of Ogden; Mrs. Clo Cory of Boise and W. H. Harris of Fallon. The remains may be viewed at- the home'untll noon. Services at 2 p. m. SundaySunday ll at the chapel. oo Weber Floral furnishes xha flower. Mrs. Helena Harris,, 81 years of age, died Friday evening at the home of Mrs. T. J. Cunningham, her Heal estate transfers reported today 2650daughter, Madison avenue. She Is survived 13. block - S., $720. - - Klrk-enda- . oo mi AUTO THEFT CASE ORDERED DISMISSED JUST TO REMIND YOU case against J. S. Johnstone, charged with taking the automobile belonging to Ripley without his consent, was dismissed in city court today. County Attorney David Wilson said that there was no evidence . to show that Johnstone was the man who ftook "the car up Weber canyon and pushed it off the bank into the river. It is also understood that the car did not belong to Ripley at the time, but belonged to W. W. Welsh, the license number appearing in his name. According to the police Johnstone and Welsh have had trouble over the attentions paid by Welsh to Johnstone's wife. F.-M- i i J IN Ll L-ZJ ' Eleven gallons of milk in one day from one cow. That is a record set up at the farm of the Utah school for the deaf and the blind Thursday. Jane Garden Cafeteria ' is the name of fine Holstein. who is doing all this. ' The two mllkings weighed 90.8 pounds, according to Frank Drlggs, superintendent of the school. Mr. Driggs says the jcow gives the school 22 pounds of butter in a week. - -- oo - ' ' p AAliiily Gives 11 Gallons of Milk in Day l3 - HUNTERS FINED FOR LACK OF LICENSE Li ML " r I r.V n ml Staher, charged with hunting without, a license, was fined $25 by Judge D. R. Roberts In the city court this morning. He pleaded guilty to the charge. C H. Child, arrested on the same charge, also pleaded guilty and was fined similarly. The testimony showed that he had hidden the gun he had at the time after he had been arrested and the court ruled that under the law he must produce the gun, which Is to be turned over to the state. Lee Hun d guilty to fish without a license on July 4. He ing. was also fined 525. He produced a number of licenses to show that he had never been guilty of uch an offense before and also produced tle license he had purchased following his arrest. He explained that his brotber-in-lahad arrived from Salt Lake on the night of July 3 and asked him to go fishing and that he had not Been able to get a license. Louis Denver, charged with wife desertion, waived his preliminary examination and was bound over to, the district court for trial under $300 bail. Joe Schumaker, charged with passing a forged check for $45 on a local department store, also waived his pre liminary hearing and was bound over to the district court under $1,000 ball. It Is alleged that "he forged the name of Axel N. Nylander of the firm, of Lindquist & Nylander, tailors, to the check which was drawn'en the First National bank of Ogden. S. in if' 5 3. IMC J 4 : 00 4:25 w 4-- Zs ru 2 bl3 , ..mm 'I Call of the North Fox News Comedy Call of the North 2:50 3:50 Schedule Today tex--p4ea.- de 7,- -A 5 : 25 Fox Ne wa 7:00 Helen .Keller 8 :20 Call of the North 9; 20 Comedy 9:45 Fox News 10:00 Call of the North 5:35 Comedy , 6:00 Call of the North v U Le) U a Li ' IT oo ALLEGED FORGER IS BROUGHT BACK the Bible Know." subject: "Does 8 p. m.; prayer for Thursday evening shut-inthe sick and the our prayer list Is growing, and so is our need, will you praf for and help the mission? Our little chapel Is full every evening in the week, and the man on the street seem to appreciate our effort and work. Splendid order prevails and the closest attention is given the speakers. "Praise God From Whom All Blessings s oo FAIR TONIGHT AND UNSETTLED SUNDAY Miss Holmstrom Prelude p. m.; Anthem, "O, Come All Ye Faithful," From Adoration The church choir On Wednesday evening the Dorcas Young Ladies society will be, entertained by Mrs. Marcus Johnson, at her street. Choir home 301 Thirty-firrehearsal at church on Friday evening. x. s, Deputy Sheriff Fred Tout arrived back from American Falls, Idaho, last tailor, night with Joseph Schumaker, who is wanted here on a forgety alleged to have charge. Schumaker-iforged and cashed firm checks of Ny landeru'and Lindquist, Ogden tailors. Flow." for $600 last summer. He was arrested a few days ago in the Idaho town FIRST SUNDAY CENTRAL PARK SCHOOL Corner Washington and Thirty-fir- st street. A cordial invita- - tion is extended to you to attend Its CHURCH services bunday Hugh Ne- - regular Sunday2 school, o clock. All memDers ville. najjtor. fiundav school. 10 a. m. afternoon at friends of the school are urged C.M. Wilton, superintendent. Pri - and to come "to the Christmas program, mary and Beginners'S. departments. 10 which will be held Saturday evening, a. m.; leaders: Mrs. Seaton and Miss Mabel Rowse. Services: morning, 11 Christmas eve. a. m.; sermon by the pastor, evening, 7:30 p. m. Stereopticon pictures, sub- . INTERMEDIATE BIBLE STUin the DENTS' ASSOCIATION Meeting for ject: "The Work of Methodism world." Epworth league. 6:30 p. m.; Bible study 3 p. m., at the Golden Age in bureau. 363 Twenty-nint- h street. Sub-th- e subject: "The Ten Commandments Rearof "The Plan Divine the Age." Life of Today;" leader. John ject don. Scout meetings; Boy Scouts, - Commencing' .a careful and critical study of the truth of the Bible:- - the Monday, 7 p. m. Girl Scouts, Friday.-7 J evidences of its inspiration. Visiting 4:45 p. m. Junior .Scouts. Saturday, p. m. MIdweak service, Wednesday, .truth friends, and all interested are 7 p. m. Junior league, Friday, 4 p. m. cordially invited. Special program and pageant, entitled: "The Children of the World," will be THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Rev. Matthews, given in the church on Christmas Day CHURCH at 7:30 p. m. A special offering will minister. 11 a. m. Godfrey Divine worship and be' taken on behalf of the children of sermon. the world. Organ prelude, offertory, postlude Miss Lillian Thatcher. t Music for Sunday Morning Vocal solo, "O Thou That Tellent. . Organ preclude, "Communion in Handel G." Batiste. . Miss Grace Matthews Offertory, "Cradle Song" Wagner. Sermon, "Before the Dawn." Solo. "The Cross" Harriet Wart, 12:15 noon- - Sunday school" Dr. Miss Rosalie Holberg. P. Mills, Supt. Classes for all E. Rossini. "March" Postlude, and ages. 6:30 p. m. C. E. grades Evening 3Insic Nevln. Leonard Carr, president. Ail society, "Evensong"Prelude, Massenet. young people cordially . invited. 7:30 Offertory, "Ode" "'Solo, "His Love is For Better Than ' "Promise and Fulfillment," (Ash- Gold" Mrs. Archie McClure. Postlude Abernathy. .. ford). Choir of forty voices. Soloists Adelaide- Ashton, Misses Mrs. Vera Beason. Margaret Organist. Hartley, Grace Matthews, Messrs J. P. FIRST CTIUTtCII OF CHRIST, SCI- Fernilius, Frank Binney, Elwood PearENTIST Corner Monroe avenue and son. A welcome for all. 454 METHODIST Twenty-fourt- h 1 st FS"E S-K- street. wr46WTiK. vrSTEBTJAY 'S 1 HAT LANTERN7 W ATLANTA FERN K Unsettled weather is forecast in Og den and vicinity tomorrow with warm er temperatures, according to the daily bulletin of the united States weather bureau. Fair skies are promised for tonight. Yesterday s maximum temperature was 38 degrees with a minimum last night of 16 degrees. oo , HOOPER TO GIVE BAZAAR TUESDAY Hooper Relief society members will give a Primary bazaar on Tuesday in the Hooper ward amusement hall. Quilts, rugs and needlework will be offered at the various booths. There will be a fish pond for the children. A wild duck supper will be served between the hours of 5 and 10 o'clock. A dance will close the evening. , , on LARGE AIRSHIP'S FLIGHT POSTPONED ! Rev. Godfrey Matthews. 'Mrs. ' Leonora Skaggs, superintendent school for the of the intermediate, and Mrs. Gideon of the primary. The preaching serElliott, superin- - vices 11:00 a. m.; topic: "What Is a tendenti lasses for all grades and ages. Cull ofat God." Junior B. Y. P. U. with all." A welcome for Mrs. Grace as leader, meets in the parCHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEP-HE- R sonage building at 6:30. The evening preaching services will John W. Hyslop, rector, corner of Grant avenue and Twenty-fourt- h be at 7:30 p. m.; subject of the ser street, apposite the post office. mon: "Is Jesus God's Son?" in Advent. Holy Senior B. Y. P. U.,( .group 4, in The fourth Sunday communion at 8 a m. The church charsre. meet in the lecture room of sclfool meets at 9:4a a. m. Mr. W. B.. the church at 6:30- o. m. Morning pray-a- Gladys Gideon; subject: "What Do Re- Prout, superintendent, m. All are pentance'and Faith Have to Do With er and sermon at 11 ' ' , welcome. Salvation." cordially ' .The will of the at Devotional the evening preaching1 King Daughters meet for work in the Guild room service will be in charge, of group 3 will be of the B. Y; P. U. on Monday at 5 p. m. Lunch ' served. Moraine: 3Iusic. ' The children's Christmas festival Prelude and offertory ..Miss .Esthef, will be on Saturday, December 24th. Fife. celeat 7:30 p. m. and 'the midnight Music ' bration at 11:30 p. m., Christmas eve. Prelude Evening and Offertory Florence Mecchan. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Solo Mrs. J. D. Corey. John Edward Carver, pastor. MornPrelude to the evening session S Theme, lected. ing worship at .11 6clock. "The Heart of the Christmas Message." Violin solo Junior Petterson. A Tale of 'Storied Bethlehem-Gla- dys Sunday school at 12:10. Junior and5 ' Intermediate Endeavor meeting at Gideon. o'clock. Evening Worship at 7:3t Tha Men's Brotherhood of -- the o'clock, theme "The Immaculate Con- church will meet In the lecture room In of the' church at 6:30 d. m. on.Tues- Birth ception and the Virgin and Science, Legend History." Thefday. Supper will be served at that TIIK SECONG CONGREGATIONAL etory of the Virgin Mary that has; hour, prepared by John G. Gebhart. battle j chief chef, assisted by Fred J. Van made history and been the - Ness. After stopper the en will bo thought of the ages. Girl scouts meeting Friday,- Boy scouts meeting Fri- - entrainedby pictures of Mexico day night. Christmas entertainment' showrtHryKev. W. L. Mellinger. k for Sunday - school .Saturday night at) meeting of the church on 7 o'clock. service Carol Christmas . in the... lectura evening Wednesday . . . . . . . w i v. a M ir.h, room or.... tne cnurcn. A Bible stua' music: will be the topic. Sunday morning of II Timothy Prelude. "Berceuse" from Jocelyn.. Goddard WASHINGTON. Dec. 17. Plans to bring ,America's largest airship, the Roma, from Langiey field, va., to Washington on her first cruising flight were bkndoned early today after reh street. Regular serceipt by the army air service of word Twenty-fourt11 o'clock at biff Sunday morning; of vice, the craft the had that engines :"Is the Universe. Including developed some minor trouble that subject Solved Force?" Man, By Atomic made the flight inadvisable. oo Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial meetings at 8 p.m. at 512 First National Reading rooms rooms bank building; open dally from 12 noon to 6 except Sundays and holidays. PJ" LUTHERAN ENGLISH Corner of Jefferson and Twenty-thir- d street, Arthur E. Olson, pastor. Sunday school and Bibl class every Sunday at 10 a. m. Morning services every Sunday at 11 a m. Theme for sermon, "Advent Testimony of John, the Baptist," based on text for fourth Sunday in 'Advent. Special music at morning worship. Miss Holmstrom Prelude , Vocal solo, "Supplication". .Blanchard ELIM CHURCH ENSIGN MISSION 2468 Wall Ave, Sunday service: Preaching and testimony meeting 8 p. m.; subject: '.'It's Just Like Jesus to Roll the Clouds Away." Are they hovering over or gathering around you, no matter how big or black.. He is abole to clear your horiron and open the way. If you will . Miss Walberg look to them and trust. Sunday school $ p. m." Adult Bible class meets at the services every Sunday at "Evening same hour. We are studying the Bible 8 o'clock. Theme for sermon, "Christand getting results. Come to the class mas Preparations." and be blessed. Tuesday evening 8 .Special music at evening service: -- -- )(V- Helen Keller will appear El Monte Commandery . the Alhambra in No. at, 2, Knights Templar tonight ' once "Deliverance, only, at 7 o'clock: Also Jack Holt in Installation of officers for the comyear Monday, December 19th. .8 "Call of the .North.'.' All for ing p. m. Refreshments will be served after the work. 1127 C. Please be present. C. BERINGER, E. C, CHURCH- - 9130 a. m. SXmday community. Dr. J. M. -- - : " - . -- c. J I L3 lZ3 LI wn State School Cow The 10c-20c-30- S n . Thirteenth Warders to Hold Annual .Conference, Two Sessions Sunday 4 Jones Coal Ave. CHAPEL MILTON, Dec. 17. RANDOM REFERENCES . MEET. - . Double tracking of the entire stretch of roadbed between Wahsatch and- Leroy, ,Wyo., along the Union Pacific, a distance of 40 miles, was recently completed, according to local railroad officials. The Utah Construction company of Ogden worked on this Job. This has been done by widening the cuts and fills between those two places. This brines the total distance of the double-tracke- d road between Ogden and Omaha, Neb., up to 910 miles,, or 92 per cent of the distance which is 990 miles. As originally laid the distance between these two points was 1035 miles and the shorter distance at present has been due to the continual straightening and rebuilding that has been done over a- - period of years. . oo oo First Male Born in Morgan County, Is Laid at Rest TELEPHONES 1952. : '. Bal-lanty- ne 1 UJJ . 4 If last night's poncert at the tabernacle had consisted merely of the group of songs sung by Miss Mildred Ware, the concert would .have been well worth anybody's time and money. Likewise, had the concert consisted only of the choir's rendition of tha dramatic and pathetic "Stone Him to Death," from the oratorio "St. Paul," or the playing pf two old melodies by J. J." McClellan, organist, every music lover would have been satisfied. But as It was, the concert Included all these features and many others, including the excellent rendition of the Uigoletto quartet. Thus the concert was a great artistic success. There was hardly as large an audr as the. worth of ience in attendance the program deserved. Still the man-- ; agement can feel complimented, considering that the ten days before Christmas form a slack period for such attractions. Miss Ware's' rich contralto voice was delightful and she sang her several numbers with understanding artd of the three or four artistry. Outside contraltos at the top of their profession it would be difficult to name any who could Bing "By the Waters of Minnetonka" or "A Dream" better last night. than Miss Ware sang them Under the direction of Joseph the choir did itself proud in the performance of Mendelssohn's noble music, especially In the singing of "Stone Him to Death," with Miss Vera Hobson and Mrs. Agnes Warner as the soloists. "O Great Is the Depths" was sung the with fine enthusiasm as was also Mrs. Rossini" "Inflammatus," with Myrtle B. Higley as the soloist. Mr. McClellan's playing of two' old and "Last melodies, "Silver Threads" most popuRose' of Summer," proved lar with the audience, although his "Oberon'!. overture and "Kamenol were much enjoyed, also.-- ; The RIgoletto number was given by Mrs. Higley, Miss Ware, Walter L. Stephens and Douglas Brian, and brought forth tumultuous applause hearers. from Miss Evelyn Nelson played the acfor the choir. companiments The concert was under the manage ment of Gerard Klomp. UTAH' OGDEN. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1921. Helen Keller will appear at the Alhambra tonight in "Deliverance' once only, at 7 o'clock. Also Jack Holt in "Call of the North." All for 10c-20c-30- g- - . . . - - - - . -- Mid-wee- OlPlEii V "i Offertory,-"Arabesque,- " :. Meyer Helmund ' Dance Tonight Miss Martha C. Coleman ....... . Mendelssohn Solo, "Oh Little Town of Bethle. . . . . . Danks hem," . Miss Mildred. Ware' Postlude, "Alle Marcia" : . . . Schytte Miss Martha C. Coleman Sunday evening musics. Prelude, "Simple Aveu" . ... Thome Off ertory. "Old Scottish Melodies"- .. Ryder Contralto solo, "Ave Maria" Schumann Miss Mildred Ware "Reverie" Heglemann Introity,Miss Martha C. Coleman Contralto solo, "Holy Night" Greuber! . Miss Mildred Ware ' Picture i ) ........ Jensen, Miss Martha C. Coleman Postlude,'-"Religios- o" Service-- at the First Baptist church, Grant ave. will bein , Sunday 9:45 with the "Sunday morning T at A. school, jay Smith, general super2353 intendent, has the work well organized with thehelp of J. O. Hughes, superintendent of the senior department; r ! v at the BERTHANA ....... An Exceptionally Fine I , Solo, "Oh Rest in the Lord." "MIND THE PAINT GIRL" - f . TOMORROW ONLY ANITA STEWART . Free Punch Enjoy the most beautiful and most comfortable dance, hall in the wesl. Admission only 30c Olie Reeve's Dance Orchestra Better Than Ever .