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H 6 TtfE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, TUNE 4, 1920. I
Ir 8 yBlt 100 TRIMMED HATS-1
' I F J?! ' " - F0R SALE AT 1
I r ' $5.00 EACH
I BEGINNING TOMORROW MORNING I
I Saturday, June' 5 I
1 An opportunity to get a hat of the latest
design at practically cost price. This is a 1
. I STRICTLY CASH SALE S
I No Approvals, No Returns
: I Dorothy Madson
I Johnson Strong With
Party Reaches Ogden
I Delayed by fire in the snowshcds of
the Sierras, the Republican special,
carrying- 150 delegates to tho Chicago
national convention, together with
yesterday's Southern Pacific trans
Nos. 2 and 20, arrived in Ogden this
morning: between 6 and 7 o'clock.
The Republican delegates expect to
arrive In Chicago late Sunday night
or Monday morning.
Frank P. Flint, former United
States senator from California, is
chairman of the delegation, and ac
companying him are Mayor James
Rolph, Jr., of San Francisco; M. H.
DcYoung. proprietor and publisher of
the San Francisco Chronicle, and
chairman of the committee in charge
of tho train; Joseph R. Knowland,
r, publisher of the Oakland Tribune, and
J former congressman from California;
Katherlne Philips Edson, executive j
" Becretary of the California industrial ,
welfare commission; Mrs. C. K. Lie-,
Clatchy, wife of the publisher of too
' - Sacramento Bee. They are all a;le
I ' ' gates from the Golden State.
J Edward H. Hamilton, dean of all
ji political writers on the west coast.
, and H. L. Carnahan. western manager
j for the "Johnson for President Cuin
paign," are also In the party. A
number of Nevada delegates Joined
the party at Reno.
State monts from delegates from
, , California were given to a Standard
Examiner representative thia morning.
Solid For Johnson.
"t1 Mayor James Rolph,- one of the
J most enthusiastic Johnson men on tho
! coast, wild that the California del
- J gatlon was solid for Johnson and
would remain solid ur.liJ Johnson was
T ' nominated.
I "I am confident that Johnson will
I be the nonJnee of tho convention,"'
' said Mayor Rolph. 'There Id no
I " doubt that the pooplo of ihe country
want Johnson, a.vJ in the long run
tte will of tho peoplo, so plainly ox
pressed, will prevail. Tho nomination
of Johnson will Insure a Republican!
victory, and that's wlal the country'
. Mrs. Katherlne P. T3dson, one of the
I five women in the Cniifornia delein.-
l tion of 26 members stated, "Tho wo-
j men of California are for lllram.
n Johnson because thoy expect nim toj
do nationally what ho his done In J
California, not only for the working j
woman, but for women." !
' Mrs. Charles K. McCluU'koy, an-'
other woman delegate, st.itod: "My;
boy was over in France, I am fori
Hiram Johnjon oecHurve, ;imong other!
reasons, he opposed the covenant of
J ,lhe league of ratoiis which "wcum
have made It possible fur my boy, I
and the sons of othr mi. then, to boi
ordered abroad to do u u r.tli)iul .'
I No Cooking
y A Nutritions Diet for All Ages
j Quick Lunch at Home or Office
j " Avoid Imitations and Substitutes
Family reunion will bo at Plain
Hl k, - City on June 5. Street cars leave
Twenty-fourth street lennlnal at
Hi 7:15 a, m.. 11: 15 a. m. and 5:20
-Wm P m. Special car to return at 12,
lico duty at the command of a coun
cil of foreign dJplunviU."
Democrat Fo" Johnson.
Edward 11. Hamilton. politK' ed
itor of the San Francisco E.v.i minor,
said: "As a register! Democrat, all
I want to say Is that If every candi
date for president has as loyal and
unselfish a lot of supporters as has
Hiram Johnson in these enthusiastic
Californians, there would be no room
for charges of slush funds, undue in
fluences, or buying tho presidency.
M. H. DoYoung, publisher and pro
prietor of the San Francisco Chron
icle, expressed regret that tho fires
provonted the Californians from meet
ing Republicans of this city and re
ceiving from them hearty
greetings and encouragement in
, the task they have assum
ed of nominating "the Idol of
tho people at largo," who havo con-
flripncp In Vil.q nhllltv tn rnmnra thn
chaos and mass of modiocracy that
I now pervades tho executive depart
ment in our national capital.
Joseph R. Knowlton said; "This is
the first opportunity that the great
west has had in nominating a Repub
lican candldato for president. Our
wostorn problems are llttlo under
stood at the national capital, a fact
which I learnod during service of
twelve- years as a member of con
gress. This 1b a great opportunity
for the West to unite and place In
the White Houso a man familiar with
tho probloms of tho western states.
Former Senator's Remarks.
Former United States Sonator
'Frank P. Flint of California, who is
chairman of the California delegation,
"Leaving our own state whero the
people havo been practically united
for Senator Johnson for president, we
reached Nevada, our neighbor stato,
nnd wero gratified to find the en
thusiasm of the crowd3 assembled at
the Btatlons equal to thoso we had
loft bohlnd. This makes certain to
my mind that the western etatos will
t bo a uult for Senator Johnson and If
wo can only bring to the City of Chl
i cago tho enthusiasm of the plain peo
plo of tho west who know and be
lieve in 8enator Johnson 1 have no
doubt that this will bring about his
I "The delegation and friends of sen
ator Johnson on this train are full of
enthusiasm, and are prepared to do
I vote every minute and every ounce of
i strength they have to bring Senator
! Johnson's nomination.
J "We have every reason to bellcvo
i that our good friends qf Utah will Join
I us In our effort to have a western
man placed In the White Houso; somo
j one who knows our needs and with
the force and energy to bring about
i the development of the west which
ha3 been so sadly neglected. The
I great futurp of our country depends
lo a large extent on having every
acre of land in tho west placed in cul
tivation wherever it la possible. Our
water should bo conserved no that
great irrigation projecta can be con
structed, electricity generated from
our streams, great national highways
built across the continent. All this
is possible only by having one rep
resent us who is a western man and
understands what the west needs.
Such a man Is Hiram Johnson."
SNOWFALL ON PLANET
MARS IS ANNOUNCED
CAMBRIDGE, Muss., June i. It Is
now autumn on Mars and tho first
snowfall of the season on the planet
was announced on a telegram receiv
ed at Harvard college observatory
from Professor William H. Pickering,
who Js stationed at Mandevjlle, Jama
ica. The telegram said the snowfall oc
curred at Ialdla, which Is In the neigh
borhood of the part of tho planet
known to observers as Syrtls Major.
I j 1 1 "
l ! 5 TlT WORTHLESS TRINKETS
I' mttJai "BUY PRICELESS Iv0RY 1
;' wSb 1 1 wHSF. ,ri tho --ddle of dnrk Africa tho natives' jjfl
iiH vV B 1 vt hearts Jump with gladness to see bright jfl
. 2x!w.i! aSybwc tarnpie of Yankoe "Jowelry" nnd "hard- dm
mmM VsJC' K ware." They readily trade stores of coot- 3
j BP ,vory or bese baubles. 3B
H J E The more highly civilized people are the 3B
bmmi II' mt ,eBS tney think of hoarding valuables and 9
mmm I B gloating over trinkets, but they consider S
'l. V wholly what the money stands for. That'a 3M
K why modern business universally uses jk
Kp checks convenient, accurate and safe. 3
1 K Put all your earnings Into a checking 3
. m . F!f-33j3 K account with us. Draw from time to time 3jJ
' TsariH K or neceasltks and let the balance accu-
H - ' PtAr-. iP&n K mulate toward certificates of deposit, pay-
j '2 J 4 Ing 4 per cent Interest. jH
I ' S! I National Bank I
H , j' , Wi OGDEN-UTAH
H i ' iQAPimSPLUS 350,000 DEPOSITS 4,000,000
KELLY RANTS AS
HE LEAVES JAIL
Convicted Burglar Taken to
Salt Lake to Start Term
I in State Prison
I Directing words of anscr against
peaco officers, jury, judge and practi
cally everyone within sight, Robert
Kelly, convicted in the district court
yesterday afternoon of burglary in the
second degree and sentenced to serve
from one to twenty years In prison,
was taken from the county Jail this
morning and began his journey to the
state penitentiary in Salt Lake. Depu
ty Sheriff William Brown waa in
charge of the prisoner.
Kelly, who waa convicted of having
robbed the C. E. Armstrong sporting
goods store here April 22, la consid
ered by local officials to be one of the
most desperate criminals who has
been an inmate of the county-Jail for
months. He attempted to escape Wed
nesday with other prisoners by sawing'
a section from tlm prisoners' "tank"
but tho attempted break waa dlscov
ed. Kelly has served prison terms In
Nevada And other wcatorn states, It
Kelly's anger this morning was di
rected particularly ngalnsl Walter M.
Hampton, another prisoner who Is
awaiting trial for nllcgod forgery and
embezzlement. Hampton was taken
on tho witness stand yesterday and
described the attempted Jail break and
testlfiod he saw Kolly with a hack
saw In his hands.
As he was passing Hampton's cell
this morning on his way from the
jail, Kelly flew Into a passion of anger
and threatened Hampton's life If they
ever mot. Jerking back from the of
ficers ho looked Hampton In the eyes
and shouted, "If I ever meet you
again. I'll cut youv head off."
Kelly continued with his ravings
until he was out of sight of the jail.
For Subscription and Advertising !
Department, Call Phone No. 56. j
Small Fire A small blaze in the
ehe tar pot, used by workmen remod
eling Wright's basement, resulted in
a i alarm to the fire station at 1:30 to
day. The flames were quickly extin
guished fc.out damage.
Spocinl. Geraniums and lilies half
price. Dumko Floral, 370 24th St.
Waitress Sentenced Enid Picltnell,
21 years old, a waitress at 165 Twenty
fifth street, was sentenced to $30 or
30 days by Judge D. R. Roberts this
morning. She waa arrested Wednes
day night on a charge of lewd conduct.
Phone 502 for messenger.
Ogden Typewriter House for type
writers and repairs, 2422 Hudson Ave.
New Son A boy was born yester
day to Scout Executive G. A. and Mrs.
Prompt service, cleaning, pressing.
Phone 513. 1509
Accordoon plaiting done by Mrs.
Mary Allen, 2245 Wash. Ave., Los An
geles Fruit store. Leave orders at
Eccles Millinery, 2269 Wash. Ave. 2198
Silver Rovlcw Mrs. Kathryn Er
ickson, state commander of the Ordor
of tho Maccabess, will bo in attendance
at tho regular meeting of the Silver
Review No. 10, this evening. All mem
bers aro urged to bo present.
Ice. Puro distilled exclusively. Si.
L. Jonc3 Coal & Ice Co. 1264
The Tripp Studio, 432 Binford Ave.
Auto Delegates Carrying 150 dele
gates to the Automotive and Auto
mobile dealers convention, to be held
at Del Monte, Cal., during the woek
of Juno 6, a special train will arrive
In Ogden Sunday morning, according
to Information received today.
Paint contractors. Painters and the
public, xet in. touch with tho Crater
Products Co., 1701 Washington Ave.,
for paints and wall tints, bomething
nrtTtr n nfl flillv rti a t-i n
.For ealo cheap, 5-pasaenger auto,
good condition. Phone 1427. It. C.
Entertainment Tonight The pro
gram of readings by Mra. Grace V.
Melllnger will be given this evening
In the First Christian church.
Money to loan, Kolly & Herrlck.
We guarantee to plcaao, Ogden
Carpet Cleaning Co., Phono 416. 2205
Unity Lodge No. 18
Free & Accepted Masons
Special meeting, commencing 2 p. j
m. Saturday, June" 5, M. M. Degree.
Supper will be served at 6 p. m. By
order of the W. M.
W. N. WACKER, Secretary.
Window gla?. lvaa not Usod until tne
New and Used Typewriters
for Sale and Rent. I
All Makes I
I Over Western Union, Stevens Bldg.
Ogden Delegation Goes Down
to Cop Prizes; Ball Game
(By Staff Correspondent)
SALT LAKE, Juno 4. Ogdon Elks
aro In Salt Lako In large numbers to
participate in the final sessions of tho
annual convention of the state asso
ciation. The parade, which is sched
uled for this afternoon, will find by
far the largest number of members
from 719 that has yet been In at
tendance at any meeting of the stato
association. Tho keen rivalry ror
first honoru in this parade has caused
tho enthusiasm to climb to the high
est pitch, and every Ogden Elk whose
business would possibly allow, has
registered In Ogden, to holp . bring
homo the trophy of victory for the
best representation In tho parade.
The ball nnme this aftornon be
tween Ogden's McGUl team nnd Salt
Lake's picked team Is also a feature
that ban drawn so many Ogden "13111s"
to the capital city. This will bo, out
side of the parade, tho biggest feature
of the entire convontlon. A dance at
Bonneville park tonight will wind up
Elks can have no grcalor mission
than the Instilling of a spirit of true
Americanism in those who do not un
derstand the principles symbolized in
the American flag, the Rev. J. Edward
Carver of the Ogdon lodge declared
yesterday In an address at the second
day's session of the seventh annual
convention of the Utah Elks' slate as
sociation. "The glory is possessed by every Elk
of making every one understand the
flag," he said. "We must explain
something of Its past and future.
'"If wo condomn a class as un-American
we will find It un-American.
Into these great cities of the United
States come a great number of for
eigners seeking gain and tho benefit
ing of their condition. If wc consider
them as chattels and use them for our
selfish interests do you wonder that
thoy do not understand and lovo our!
"Let us load these Immigrants
through the portals of cltlzonship, i
where thoy will see something as wo j
see it. The teaching of American-1
iam is hard, but worlh while. Be-1
cause it lo hard It is worth the while
of members of the Elks' lodge. 1
firmly bellcvo they havo tho ability
to bring a respect for the flag."
Evening at SaltaJr.
Tho address of the Rev. Mr. Car
ver was given at tho afternoon ses
sion of the association, at the closo oi
which those present went to Saltair by
special train. A banquet was given
at the resort, followed by a dance.
Utah will this year bo represented
In the great Elks' parade at Chica
go, July 7, by a suitable float, made j
possible by the hearty response of all i
the Iodizes of tho state to tho nxsoss.
mcnt made by tho executive commit
tee of thtf association.
Tho morning session was called to
ordor by E. E. Bennett, exalted ruler
of the Salt Lake lodge. Tho open
ing of tho meeting was followed by
the singing of "The Star Spangled
Banner." A short address was made
by H. J. Beane of Tlnllc lodgo.
Election of officers for the ensuing
year and the choosing of the 1921
convention city was part of the order
of business at this morning's session.
Tho annual parade took place at
2:30 this afternoon. The members of
the various lodges of the state formed
at Fourth South and State street,
and marched north on State to South
Tomple street, thenco west to Main,
and south on Main street to Bonne
ville park, where the Ogden and Salt
Lake lodge baseball teams will play
this afternoon. .
Parade Tills Afternoon.
The parade was headed by motor
cycle and mounted police, with tho
members of the various lodges march
ing in the following order: Ogdon,
Park City, Provo, Tintic and Salt
Lake. W. G. Laubender of the Salt
Lake lodge was grand marshal.
Ogden lodgo formed on State street
with the head of the column, resting
on Fourth South street, facing north.
Park City lodge formed on Fourth
South street, with the head of the
column resting on State street, facing
west. The Provo lodgo rormed on
Fourth South street with the head of
the column resting on Stato street,
facing east. The Salt Lake lodge form
ed on Fifth South street with the
hoad of the column resting on State
3treet. facing west.
Tho following officers and commit-1
tees were appointed yesterday by
President Graham to serve during the
convention: Tiler, George Rosevear,
Park City; sergcant-at-nrms, W. G.
Laubender. Salt Lake; W. b. McAd- ;
ama of Tintic, Walter Herrlck of Og- i
den, William Burke of Park City, R.
Perry of Provo, assistants, and the .
Very Rev. W. W. Fleetwood, chap-
lain. ' ,
Credentials committee W. J. O'
Connor, Salt Lake, chairman: Frank
Garrity, Tintic: W. C Camp, Ogden:
O. A. Forelund, Park City; George A.
Distribution committee Jamos Don,
Park City: H. E. Deardorff, Salt
Lake; Harry J. Beane. Tintic; Geo.
E. Hus3, Ogden: Edward Sherrer,
Resolution committee Arthur
Woolley, Ogden; A. L. JacobB, Salt
Lake; Frank Garrity. Tintic: S. L.
Raddon, Park City; C. H. WatkJns,
Committee on stato associations
relations E. Hugh Miller, Salt Lake;
Elijah Bowen, Tintic; Henry Stevens,
Ogden; F. J. McLaughlin, Park City;
Georgo A, Madson, Provo.
Big brother committee L. C. Doty,
Tintic; John Hendrlckson, Salt Lake;
F. W. Piper. Ogden; W. F. West
field, Park City.
Disll of that a
, sustaining food-
"There s a Season"
l A GOOD PJv TO TRADE . j "11
By all means, shop early Saturday. The June Sales in which every- 1
,5 thing is cheaper will bring record-breaking crowds tomorrow. Also j
js the store will close as usual at 6 p. m. All of which makes it impera-
I the that all who can, shop Saturday morning. Here are a few of
the special inducements for those who shop before 1 o'clock tomorrow:
I A o C! 9& Canned Apples Bungalow Aprons jj
'l JlJQ'V iUILS Hero ls g00(1 news Delicious can- Women's bungalow aprons In as-
X ned Utah apples for pleB. apple sorted colors, styles and materials; mmm
I TI-iJq ic -i rrv.af fo. --. dumplings, apple butter. Each can these are our regular $1.25 or n nlH
lj i ais is a great lime to contains nearly a gallon about five values. Special, each . . . .ODC 9 jjH
X buy boys suits. A num- times as much as the small can. WRIGHTS Downstairs ?
ber of prudent mothers . STt!T'SZT 55c Women's BlOUSeS
A have bought suits for WRIGHTS Downstairs Two "undred whito nnd colored H
a , f r iti voile waists, all brand new spring a WU
3 next tall. 1 here are two Laimed JrCacheS styles, regularly priced to rti or ?
S hundred dandy suits, val- A gallon can of Utah peaches, about $2.50 Until 1 p. m. .... pl.L.J ? H
H c . tic -.i $1 worth if bought by the small can. WRIGHTS Second Floor H H
I ues to $15, with newest These arc perfectly cooked and can- Pftnirpp Wnijf? "
I pickers, belted coats, SbK' DuS? i
double seat pants, double preserves, etc. Gallon can . 45 C 81lkPoneee aist, a real good value ?
kneeS COats de WRIGHTS Downstairs SatuU ! . . . . . $3.95 i
" dad's, materials to resist Clips and baucerS wrights Second Floor ' ?
1 wear. Some are the guar- .i?tvn ,Jli'porceln1 firsL Girls' Coats A 1
8 i 1-. . quality, fancy shape, ovid tJ OC m,ai u-i . M
I anteed suits. All s zes. tea, set of six ...... . $1.Z5 Slmi Kll ) dre cor-?' al I
A WRIGHTS DovnqMIrt; brand new sPrlnS styles, silk and .
1 rf 4 HIGH rs Downstairs woo, fab vnlueg I
S (PI A Men's Oxfords 522.50. untn i P. m. .. .9b 8
ft fjj A J Mcn's oxfor-ds in black and tan WRIGHTS Downstairs
9 ir wide or narrow toe lasts, welt soles, Women's Coats
2 Also any suit you want ,hnep,envafi$UeU $3 mum's coats, good styles, made o
is cheaper now. downstair? M J , -
A 4 Girls' Slippers Saturday $D
j Safin "Rihhrm Children's one-strap slippers in WRIGHTS Downstairs R ,
5 q ii ? . black or brown calf uppers scuffer PHIOW Ticking " " .
a Satin ribbon, excellent quality, ! Htvip, ihnp fnr hard ,u 1 fir x muvv xiv.rvin -
8 inches wide. An assortment of col- eir Size ?VtS ll Si 75 60c feather proof ticking in good j
2 ors. Values to 40c. 0r w5Sfc! n.'niX Tariety pf strIpes for plUow3' mat" '
I Special, 2 yards ... . . Z5C RIGHTS Downstairs treasc3t tlck3 ctcf 33 incnes .
S ' WRIGHTS Main Floor Women's Oxf Ords 'ide. Yard g
T V T Women's brown suede Theo tie, WRIGHTS Main Floor
JrOint JLaCeS hand turnsoles, full covered French Turkish TOWelS
Sj) Point laces. Venlse, filet and Irish, heels, tho newest fad. rto Qr 20c bleached Turkish towels for I
r Exquisite patterns In white, cream $12.50 values syO.VO liands nnd face good absorbent
I and Paris shade. Values to -j rvp WRIGHTS First Floor quality Special i a B
I ?4.50. Special, yard . c l.O Wllltp ShnP5 each 14C $
X WRIGHTS Main Floor Ull lie OilUCb WRIGHTS Main Floor X
I Women s white canvas shoes In mL i i rr i A
" Embroideries hieh and low heels- welt and turn Turkish Towels
I Embroidery edges and insertion of '7qUaUiy- f1 blched Turkish towels, extra
I Swiss and cambric. For trimming 1 wpLVcV Vr, PO.OJ large, heavy quality, double twisted
I children's clothes, etc. Patterns WRIGHTS First Floor thread. Size 24x44. ' rn I
I are attractive. Special, r Creme Oil Soap SpeCia' ' ' ' 00t A
li OC Creme oil soap, the general favorite, WRIGHTS Mam Floor
0 WRIGHTS Main Floor produces a smooth creamy lather. Hope Bleach
9 ' PTnnco llToocoa 0ne dozcn to a customer QQn 45c Hope bleached musiin. extra j
V JJtUU&C Dozen OZfl quality without starch or dressing. 9
r Women's dark percale house dress- WRIGHTS Main Floor 36 inches wide. on 5
M es made of scouts percale, long and Wncjfi TCirl (T-lnvPQ Yard OuC I
shorl sleeves, all sizes.. Values to TT dail 1UU jrilvca WRIGHTS Main Floor '
C $4.50. Morning (MAC Wash kid gloves, pearly white only, 0, .
special 5l.yD self and contrasting embroidery, iVlUSlm blieetS j
9 WRIGHTS Second Floor pique stitch. Sizes 5, 6VI and C; ?2.50 Thorndalo sheets, seamless, V
X -i t black kid Sloves 5-4 nnd 5. Val- made of good durable mus- d f (r $
H GirlS DreSSeS ues to 33.00. 1 fiO "n, large full size ... . $1.20 I
' Children's gingham dresses made of Special.-. tpl.Uj WRIGHTS Main Floor I -
jj strictlV washable gingham, light f?S F1r Tomato CatSUp l
" 95c sizes'? Toll years VnP Writing Paper A can of pure tomato catsupf nearly 0
X v,i.', j snir?1 351 7S Cascade linen writing paper, a full a gallon. Heat it through and re-
a aiues , $4 ..9t bpeciai . tJ i.su pound tQ the packaget splendid qual- bottle. Makes $2 worlh of delicious t
J WRIGHTS Second Floor.. ity linen finish paper. 50c on table catsup. Ar 8
a Cirlc' Clawnc vaIue Very sPecial . . . OC Big can 4DC ?
j VTirib UrUWIlb WRIGHTS Main Floor WRIGHTS Downstairs ffi
$ Children's muslin night gowns. Wnmpn'Q Qi'llr IPTnc "
made of splendid quality muslin, VV UILltill b KjLLiX JGLUbe e c
1 slipover style and button front; Women's pure thread silk hose. . Wfc tf f 0
13 long sleeves. Sizes 2 to 14 nr elastic lisle top, reinforced heel and V
years. 2 values Special. . VuC toe, black only. ?1.75 i iq M
0 WRIGHTS Second Floor Value. Very special .. . i)l.Lu
1 WRIGHTS. Main Floor 1 Ijl
I Women's Gowns Muslin Petticoats A I
g Women's muslin night gowns, slip- Women's ' white muslin petticoats A S
I over and button front styles and ,vith embroidered flounces, made of A LmTTm I 4
I skirts trimmed with embroidery or Spl0ndld materials, our ?2 Oj-i yiC AiUHllIlllIIl i
lace. Values to 2.50. values. Special, each ... 3 1.45 w . . , r , I
I Morni?&TSmJ e ' , W ' A WRIGHTS Downstairs Here s a great sale of alu' 2
I ZUnZf Canned tomatoes -inum A good, heavy, j
c XVeilgA) leil V-Orbei A standard quality and brand of pure aluminumware in o
fl Rengo belt corset for heavy figures, prime Utah tomatoes, one of the nr-v-vincr kf-rrl; rlrmkU H
medium bust, long hip, strong sup- best brands on the market, and per- preserving Kettles, douDle J
porters: they fit the hard to fit; all fect standard product,. Quantity boilers, percolators, sauce o 5
I SlZ63' ?Va,U0S- $3.95 "ei.Cr 25C pans, roasters. Standard
a WRIGHTS Second Floor WRIGHTS Downstairs weight and shapes. Many 5
8 House Brooms Men's Shoes pieces are $3.00 values.
X Wright's Special, made of good Ends of discontinued lines, in both These alumnum items on a
quality green corn, sewed four work and dress styles, brown or 1 n j c . J '
5 times, regular $1 value. rr black. Values to ?10. far QC sale aU day Saturday.
I Special OyC Morning special pD.yD WRIGHT'S Downstairs a
j WRIGHTS Downstairs WRIGHTS Downstairs 4 .
Grand lodge. committee A. K. Os
borne, Salt Lako; Edward Piko, Tin
tic; John Culloy, Ogden; George E.
Crossman, Park City; Wilford Hard
Committee on necrology Fred
Redmond, Salt Lake; P. J. Bonner,
Tintic; H. L, Madson, Ogden; Guy
Horton, Park City; E. A. Mitcnoll,
Ritual committee Robert Marsh,
Salt Lake: W. D. McAdams, Tintic;
P. C. Richardson, Ogden; James
Byrne, Park City; 11. W. Startup,
Judiciary committee S. L. Rad
don, Park City; Joaeph H, Haas, Salt
Lake; 1 Irwin D. Thoriault. Tintic; Ray
Jones, Ogdon; George A. Madson, Pro
vo. Auditing committeo Fred E. Wil
liams, Ogden; A. C. Norell, Salt Lak,
Elijah Bowen, Tintic; Frank Fleish
man, Park City: Edward Sherer, Pro
vo. Committee on proceedings of slxtt
annual convention J. Edward Swift,
Salt Lake: P. J. Bonner, Tintic; Chas.
P. Carlson, Ogden; Charles T. Presk,
Park City: J. Milt Jones, Provo.
Committee on awards Tom M.i
crlnnla, Ogden; J. B. Lewis. Salt Lake;!
David Mills. Tintic; W. J. Berry, Park!
City; Edward Shorer, Provo.
Publicity committoo M. ?.t. War-,
ner, Jr., Salt Lako; H J. Beane, Tin-1
tic; W. B. Portorflcld, Ogdon; Wil
liam Burk, Park City; E, A. Mitchell,
Soldiers' friend committee- -Fred 1
Wilson, Salt Lako; Frank Garrity. ,
Tintic; Vernon Watson, Ogdim; Qlnn
Rldgo," Park City: Paul D. Vincent,
Committee on courtesies anil thanks
P. J. Fonnoll, Tintic; L. EggerftiiMi
Cluff. Salt Lake; E. W. Browning.
Ogden: William Shea Park City: WJ1-,
ford Harding, Provo. j
Procnmi For Todn.y.
lb a. m. Soesion of the general as-j
2:30 p. m. Parado through the
business district. The line or march
will be from Fourth South and State
streets, north 0:1 State to South Tom
ple street, thenco west to Main street,
I thence south on Main street to Bon
3:30 p. m. Ball game at Bonne
ville park between Salt Lake and Og
den lodge team.
8 p. m. Danco at Bonneville park
for all Elks and their ladies under aus
pices of tho Salt Lako lodge.
I will not be responsible for debts
contracted by anyone but myself.
G. C. KIMES.
City Commission to fi
Make Toer of City folj
Mayor Frank Francis and members
of the city waterworks department
will tour the entire city tomorrow and '
inspoct points where the extension of
water mains has been requested. The
survey will determine which localities
arc in the most urgent need of the IHH
extensions and will order that work
at theso points begin at once. jH
This morning Mayor Francis and
members of the city commission made
a tour of inspection through districts . jH
where paving and other improvements ,"H
will be installed in the near future.
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