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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1920. 9 j H
It's a Most Beautiful Picture and I
Constitutes One of the Season's Best 1
W 0r' ant Ca CS "Ut ames "
A fHRIBH A tremendus success. Starring the famous dramatic &d
'VST iTjjKjMiliSIIM actress, Alice Lake, in a big- human drama of thrills and
eart throbs. Replete with delicious humor and tender
& IHBi ou mut not a t0 see remarkable picture. Also a 3
U -f I! BB very funny girl comedy. No raise in prices.
- I pSSlI Now Playing Until Thursday
p AL?rE1sHVE acr 3 Largest and Most Comfortable Chairs
S WORKS TWO WAYS. ;
jTV Captain Johnathan Joiiej and Col.
! C. A. Black, right of way agent tor',
the Union Pacltic road, were in Raw
lins during the exirly part of this week, j
While, there they met Frank Hai:seli,
newly appointed w;irdcn of the- state
j)enltentiary at Rawlins. !
' Congratulations, were in order, and
i as the Colonel and the Captain finlsn-
I . od "milting" their mutual acqualn-,
lance of Warden Hadsell rushed wild-;
1 ly up, with right hand extended J
1 'Permit me to tell you how glad I
J nm to hear of your appointment. Ij
have always thought that you ought:
to bo there." !
Hadsell is pondering yet. his friends ,
say, over whether ho was compii-(
j mcntcd or insulted j
j YO,HO YOU 41) OWNERS YO.IIO.'
Three reputable foresters wlio rc-
ccntly returned from a field trip, ;e
t late a singular experience, according
' ' to James E. Scoit. , national forest in-
.spector. of the local forest headquar
tur.s who vouches for the story: I
1 It seems that while travelling over
excessively rough rondo, the dram plug
of the crank case was knocked oil'.'
a and all ihe oil was lost from the on-
Launched Boom of Pennsyl
vania Executive in Formal
WASHINGTON. June 5. Senator
Knox of Pennsylvania, who was ro
ll cently indorsed by his colleague,
,: Senator Penrose, tor the Republican
presidential nomination, came out to-
night (for Governor Sproul.
" Senator Knox also formally an-
nounced that he would not attend the
c Republican national convention, to
t) which he had been chosen as a dele-
X gate at largo from Pennsylvania, be-
i cause of "private business." His
j proxy, he said, would be held by
3,t - Judge A. R. Rcod. of Pittsburg,
e Dark Horce Boom
a CHICAGO. June 5. W. W. Alter-
bury, vice president of Uie Pennsyl-
vanla railroad, and one of iPennsyl-
,J vania's delegates at large, in a for-
: mal statement tonight declared the
V Pennsylvania delegation would be
J "for Gov. Sproul firet, last and all
the time." This coupled with the
statement by Senator Knox that he
ij regretted he could not be at the con-
l vention to have the pleaure of casl-
' ing a vote for the Pennsylvania gov
S ernor, was taken by the politicial
J sharps as having the makings of a
Sproul dark horse- boom.
The following statement was is-1
sued by the Pennsylvania senator:
HlHl' " am sorry that private business
j compels me to stay away from the
Chicago convention, especially as I
.. H -would like to cast my vote for Gov-
, H einor Sproul. My proxy, however,
Jh will bo in good hands Judge A. R.
iH Reed of Pittsburg, whoso views on
lM the subject are the same as mine.
JjH "Governor Sprout's republicanism
and experience admirably fit him for
BH: the highest office in the country.
H' There can be no question as to his
Ib ., lit
ginc. The party stopped at the hut of
a Mexican farmer In the vicinity of
the accident. In vain hopes of secur-1
ing some lubricating oil. I
The Mexican had oil. in fact he :iai
a considerable quantity of oil, that ho
had rendered from tho fat of two wild:
cats, which he had trapped during the
The forest officials purchased the;
lubricant, glad of the chanco to eocape'
the dire consequences which their lack
of oil in a nearly desert country, I
promised to bring upon them.
Wild cat oil was poured into thoj
motor and tho engine was started. Noi
sooner has this occurred, when tho mo-'
tor purred with a strange resonant:
note, recalling plaintiff walls, heard!
at nifeM. j
It was with difficulty tliat the car';
could be restrained and the foresters'
wore experiencing difficulty In keep-
ing the car in the road. i
All control of the vehicle was lost
when a jack rabbit crossed the path'
of the car. With a loud "Mce-aow."
the car leaped from the well worn rutri
and started across country In pursuit'
of the long ear. !
When the Jack rabbit had been over
taken a sheepherders dog appeared
CRAWLED 3 MILES
i BOSTON, June 5. Edwurd 13.
Kinne, who figured in a sensn
tlonal escape from the Leaven
I worth federal penitentiary in
' April, 1919, wns captured here lo-
day. Tho fugitive, who wore an
army uniform, admitted his iden
tity. Kinne was serving a ten
year sentence for larceny when,
j with two other prisoners, he
j crawled three miles to freedom
i through a sewer leading from tho
i prison to the Missouri rher.
ONE KILLED AD .
i MANY INJURED IN
! D.&R.G. WRECK
DL'RANGO. Colo.. June o One
person was killed, twenty injured
of whom some may die, when
Denver & Rio Grande passenger
train No. 116 was wrecked today
at Toltcc. A parlor car rolled
one hundred and fifty feet down
tho mountain side,
The dead man Is Albert
Schultes of Durango.
! GUARDIAN OF KINGS DIES.
LONDON. M. Paoli. the general
secrotary of French Prefecture of
Police, who has just died of sleeping
sickness, was known the world over
as "the guardian of kings." Ho was
attached to all royal visitors to France
as guide and protector and held 45
decorations anu gifts from royal per
Th Leo Company has purchased
the grocery store of Kim Lee Yong
at 2462 Lincoln avenue. Partioa hav
ing accountn against this store will
please present them at 12 o'clock
n,oon, June IB, for settlement,
on the scene and the travellers
1 3wear treed the car in a nearby pin
The travellers, it Is stated, are en
thusiastic over the pro.spccU! of uti
lizing wild cat oil a3 a means of rojuve
nating old and broken down Fords.
SA.YINGS OF FAMOUS MEN.
Jass O'Connor: "Gimme a Match."
OLD HIGH COST AGAIN
She "How much the brown hose?"
He "Four fifty,"
She "Kinda High." -Me
""You're Pretty Tall." f j
A group of kids were hanging:
nrouiul ICddlc Brooks' airplane
.yesterday iifternoon us the aviator
landed a Tier a flight. The nie
eliuiilcian climbed up to the ns
lank :ui(l began unscrewing the
tank top. A ru.sh of an came Horn
(he tanii :us the top came off, anu
run I n loud hissing- noise.
"Wni'.s I hat noise, lnIstel,?"
uskvd a frcaklcd faced lad, elail
"Thai's air." the mechanician
"That's 'ere Will?" wiid the kill.
Persia and Bolsheviki to Fur-:
nish Tough Nut to Be 1
LONDON. June 5. The first real
test of the league of nations as a
practical working body will be made
when the council meets in London on
June 11 to deal with the case of Persia
versus the Bolsheviki. The greatest
I Importance is attached to this case by
the supporters of the league, partly
because the case has unusual compli
cations. One of these is that a section-
of the British press holds that
the recent British-Persian agreement
i amounts to a Britin'a protectorate, and
't Persia thus has a right to look to I
Great Britain to defend her from at
Another is that the Bolshevik may
reject any commuuicatlons from the
Otherwise the issue is perfectly i
a straightforward one. The league
could not refuse to take- it up if it
wished. Prince Firouz Khan, tho'
Persian foreign minister, mado a for
mal appeal to the league. Invoking
article 21. !
If the Bolshevik leaders decline to
have dealings on the subject the po-1
sltion of the league of nations as the
protector of small nations will be
placed on trial.
JOLD 'JTM 12 AOTOIiS GOT
ONLY $35 A WEEK
(Uy International News Service.)
LONDON, Miss Kate Terry, sister
of Ellen Terry, and the first of the
famous theatrical family to appear on
the stage, makes much of a compari
son between salaries paid to "stars"
in her early days and the present fig
ure. "I appeared in Manchester about
fifty years ago. In my company were
Charles Wyndham and Nellie Farren.
They certainly did not receive more
than 535 per week each, and I remem
ber the famous comediene Mrs. Kecley
telling mo that at the height of her
caroer she never got more than $S0 a
Hold Scarcity of Newsprint
Due Only to Artificial
WASHINGTON. June 5. Holding
that scarcity of newsprint paper which
has handicapped American newspapers
to be "move the result of artificial ob
structlons than of natural laws," tho
senate committee which investigated
the paper situation today recommend
ed that the department of Justice In
stitute proceedings under the Sher
man and Clayton acts against print pa
per manufacturers. -
Manufacturers were charged by the
committee with "unjust, illegal and
discriminatory" practices. Present
prices for news print paper were held
by the committee to be "excessive and
Other recommendations mado by the
Establishment of a federal newsprint
board to "supervise the manufacture
and distribution of print paper" should
government efforts to maintain a rea
sonable price fail.
Amendment of the Lever food con
trol act to penalize profiteering in
I Imposition of an excise tax of 10
j cents on Sunday newspapers weigli
I ing more than 1.28 pounds a copy, so
jas to limit such editions to SO pagos
until an adequate paper supply can b.?
j Appropriation of $100,000 for the
1 purpose of experimenting with substi
tutes for wood pulp.
Establishment of a rate of 1 cent a
I pound on sheet print paper to any par:
of the country when sent by parcel
j post without increasing the present
; limit of 70 pounds provided under the
The committee also recommended
that consideration be given by the gov
ernment to the establishment of n
newsprint paper mill to supply the
government's peeds with any surplus
paper to be sold to small consumers.
WOOD INDICTED AS
NEW YORK Is this man respon
. slble for he high price of the sun
i you are wearing? William M. Wood
1 Is president of the American Woolen
' Co. A grand jury here has Indicted
j him on a charge of profiteering.
! CENSUS FIGURES
WASHINGTON. Juno 6. Now
York boroughs: Manhattan. 2.284,
103; decrease 4 7,130, or 2 per cent.
Bronx, 732. 01C; increase 301, 03U or
09. 8 per cent.
Brooklyn. 2.022.2C2; increase 3S7,
: 91 1, or 23.7 per cent.
Ttlchmond 115,959; increase 29,990,
or 34.9 per cent.
Queens 4CG.811; Increase 182,770, or
6-1.3 per cent.
Boston, 747,923; increase 77.3SS, or
i 11.5 per cent.
Now Britain. Conn., 59,316; increase
15,4 00, or sr. per cent.
Port Anfci js. Wash.. 5,351; in
crease 3,065, or 134.1 per cent.
Miami, Okla., C.S02; increase 3.S95,
or 134 per cent.
Newport News, Va., 35,596; increase
15,391, or 76.2 per cent.
Manchester, Conn., IS, 370; Increase
4,729, or 3-1.7 per cent.
I'BRFUMF. MAKERS STRIKE.
(By International News Service.)
CANNES One thousand women
and girls employed in tho famous
scent factories of Brasso have struck
at tho moment when distillation of
ror.c petals nnd orange blossoms was
about to begin. It may mean higher
prices for perfumes.
GOLDEN POPPIES i
Hiram Johnson Greets 150',
Boosters Bringing Car of i
i California Flowers I
I CHICAGO. June 5. The Golden
Popples special, wih its carload of'
California's favorite flower on ice.'
rolled in from the west tonight, brlng-
lng 150 Hiram Johnson boosters from
I the Pacific coast.
i Senator Johnson greeted the Ca.ll-
fornlans at tho close of the parade
I through the loop district and assured
j them of his confidence in victory in
I the convention next week.
"It's Just the same old ' fight you
'have known . year of tor year In Cali
fornia." said Senator- Johnson. "There
is all the power, all the Influence and
'all tho wealth on the other slrii' hut!
I just ns we have always had in Cali
fornia so we have here, the peoplo on
our side. We are going to demon
strate It next wcok.
"You have shown the entire country
that there Is an empire in the west
ijubt as there is an empire in tlir east
'and that a man can c'oinu from the
west and aspire to' tho highest office
!in tho land just well as can an
"Wo are golns" to make tho country
.understand lhat the Republican party
'stands', as in Califo'nia, not. for a class
(but for all the people."
j Praising Chlcagoans for the wel
'como given him on his arrival Thurs
I clay, the senator said:
I "I want you to know that no clll'
could have received us with more
hospitality than ' his great city. It
was like coming home. This is great
big hearted city that undrslands what
good government means to humanity."
HARVEST ARMY TO GI-7T
RECORD WAGE THIS YEAR
I (By International News Service.)
I KANSAS CITY, Mo. The 1920 har
jvest field laborer will not' only be the
i highest paid but also the boat fed.;
: housed and "mothered" in 'history.
1 Civic and church organizations
' throughout Oklahoma, Kansas. Mis
souri and Nebraska are planning to be
i "fathers and mothers" to the soldiers
of the harvest army.
Kansas wheat growers have set the
pace in fixing a minimum wage scale.
The lowest figure to be paid will be
(seventy cents an hour. It la expect
ed that a similar scale will be adopt
ed in the three other states. I-arge
I tents will be erected, where enter
tainment will be provided, stationery
supplied and buttons sewn on by tho
TO PLANT 1,500,000 ACRES I
OF WHEAT IN COLORADO,
DENVER Despite high cost of farm ,
labor and rumblings that dlssatisfac- j
Hon among farmers might result, in 1
1 curtailment of farm products. Colorado I
farmers this year will plant approxi-!
malely 1.500.000 acres of wheal, an in-'
(Crease of nearly 50.000 over last year's
acreage, according to estimates re-j
ceived at'the state capitol here from
various counties throughout Colorado.
: It is estimated that 975.000 acres of
corn will be planted In tho state.
(against 956,371 acres last year, and
2S5.000 acres of grain sorghums, com
pared with 255,605 acres in 1919.
i Reports indicate a considerable In-,
crease' In sugar beet acreage for tho.
i coming year.
93 PAYS HIS FIRST
VISIT TO BARBER SHOP
GROVE CITY, Pa. Employes of a
j barber shop here were receutly giveu
I a surprise when an old man, with hair
hanging over his shoulders and a long
beard, came In and, asked that he bis
allowed to watch the barbers at work.
"It is my first visit to a barber shop
In my 93 years of life," he said. He
had Just moved Into town, he added,
and his curiosity about barbers got the
better of him.
I When asked what he expected to
'find, the nonogenarlan said he "always
! thought a barber was covered with
i hair as an emblem of his trade."
i SAYS MOUNTAIN J,ION STEAK
IS FINEST IN THE WORIjD
(By International News Service.)
DENVER A healthy wallop at the
I high cost of food will be delivered, and
the meat supply In the Rocky moun
i Lain region materially increased, if Dr.
Walter H. Bailey's recent announce
ment Is heeded.
Following a state-wide campaign to
annihilate the predatory mountain
lion that has been so destructive to
domestic animals during the past win
ter, comes the epicurean advice of tho
physician that the flesh of the moun
I lain lion makes the "finest eating in
the world." Mountain lion steak, Dr.
Bailey declares, Is a feast fit for a
king and he also recommends musk
rat and bobcat meat as highly pala
table and nutritious.
oo- - !
PET DONKEY KILLS VICAR'S WIFE
LONDON Mrs. Mabel Gaster, wife
of the vicar of St. Paul's, Greenwich,
has been killed by her pet donkey.
She was stopping In the country with
her children and was feeding the ani
mal when It kicked her down, bit her
and trampled on her.
$12,500 RING, LEFT IN
HOTEIj WASH ROOM. LOST
(By International News Service.)
KANSAS CITY. Mo. It cost Mrs,
C. E. Spraguo, of Emporia, Kan., a
diamond ring valued at $2,500 to wash
her hands In tho rest room of the
Hotel Meuhlbach here recently. A
few minutes lator Mrs. Spraguo missed
tho ring. She returned to the. rest
room, but the "sparkler" had disappeared.
Bfl 'Bill' Russell ; I
A Guaranteed 100 Perl H
- Cent Production 8 H
i 0m " Also I I
WSSmiC : PATHE NEWS g H
!Ogden TheatreX I
Positively the Best Ventilated Theater in Og- I
den Cum "Up An' Cool Off.
Sunday School Outing
to Be MeM June 18
I The annual t)i-stake Sunday school
outing of the Ogdeh, North Weber
and Weber stakes will be held at La-:
coon on June IS. according to u.n-1
Inouncement made by the superlntcn
l dents of tho three stakes. Several
i thousand children and their ' parents
arc expected to participate ih the
I The following committees' have been
appointed: Transportation R. 11.
I Hodge. Joseph R. Jeppson, B. II. God
dard: advertising W. J. Rackham,
Jny G. Stone. Angus Berlin; program
F. A. Behling. Albert Powell. George
A. Holt. Alfred Stratford. C U. John
ison. Molba Bramwell. Alia Cooley,
'.lohn J. Davis. Mabel Chuss. Iva
. Steers. David B. Fowler.
DADDY OF WEST i
WASHINGTON Brig. Gen. Horatio
Gates Gibson is the oldest living grad
uate of West Point. He Is 93 and still
spry a veteran o the Mexican and
Civil wars. ' :
RIA'ER D A L E AV A R I) Elder
George Shorten of the Weber stake
high council will be tho speaker at
tho Rlverdale "ward this evening. Tho
service will be held uudor tho aus
pices of . the wtrrd Mutuuls and all
young pe'oplo arc Invited to be pres
ent. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
John Edward Carvor, pastorf Chil
dren's Day services Sunday morning
nt 11 o'clock. The entire hour will be
given to the departments of the Infant,
primary, Intermediate and senior di
visions of tho school who will present
W TOOTS AND CASPER Casper Couldn't See the Poor Doc Suffer. By J. E. Murphy
4 T-TrJ) f I'LL CflLL. A II fcfR-TlS V1 TH,NK I KNOM ( SYWTeEL) f MV BUWMlfV 11 7SfT?CY 1 1LEMfVh DOWN tXX I
H ! V PonI J DOCTOR I OOCTO ) UHrYTS WRONG- V DOC' 7 RH5UMfYn5N I? J JJTS A ( nTriB' YTr(Y 'N BED- O
i program of real merit. Ecniitir
si-rvicc will be the father and son ami
1 scout and family service for two jH
l troops- of Boy Scouts. Troop Xo. 3 and
! Roosevelt troop No. ft. The evening
'hour will be In 'charge of the mem- IH
j hers of these troops who with their H
I families will be in atlcndance. H
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UP THE CORNERS.
1 (In American Motorist.)
I Some reckless Joy riders go plub to H
j hell, to others hell comes. H
, A bluejacket in the British navy
I is not permitted to cultivate a mus1
j lache. If he attempts it he is fined
I a month's pay. H
I For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
SjxH'Ial. Geraniums and lilies half
price.' Dumke I'loral, 370 'Jlth St.
Bullillng Honies The Utah Power
c Light company Is erecting three new
cottages, at the junction of Twelfth
street and Canyon Road for use of
operators at the Pioneer power plant.
Tomatoes, cabbage, asters and oth
er plants fine stock at Weber Floral
Co., 740 28th St.
Marine Sergeant Sergeant Lynn
Mcibos, former marine corps recruit
ing sergeant in this city, arrived in
Ogden this morning after having made
a flying trip to Rock Springs, TVyo.
Ho said that he had completed ar
rangements for a visit of "The Roving
Marines" to that place. Tho marines
will go through Ogden June 2 6. en
route to Logan, where they will spend
I Winter's resort 'is open. Groceries
1 can be purchased on grounds.
Two Couples to Wed Marriage II
censes were issued yesterday morning
in the county clerk's office to Clyde
A. Chilton and Miss Gertrude F. Tur-
nor. both of Ogden, and Vito Ferro
and Jeanette Di Sanza, also of this
Phone 502 for messenger.
Greek Arrested Andy Mlentasea, 22 !
years old. a Greek clerk, was arrested f
at 2:40 o'clock this afternoon upon or
dor of Dr. H. W. Nelson, city physl
cian. Micntascs is being held at the
city Jail under quarantine, it is stated.
Ogden Typewriter House ror type
writers and repairs, ?.V22 Hudson Ave.
Fb-st Congregntloual Services at
the First Congregational churcli this
morning nnd evening will be conduct
ed by the minister, tho Rev. Godfrey
Matthews, who has returned to the ;
city after a two-weeks' vacation.
Prompt service, cleaning, pressing.
Phone 513. 150D
The Tripp Studio. 132 Bl'nford Ave.
Paint contractoi-s. Painters and the
public, got in touch with the Crater tH
Products Co.. 1701 Washington Ae., tH
for paints and wall tints. Something fH
new and fully guaranteed. j'l
Money to loan, Kelly & Herrlck. f:H
.Over Western Union, Stevens BIdg ill
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