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HI' . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAiyiNER, MONDAY. 1UNE 14. 1920. I
Dan Koplis Goes to Jail On
I Charges Brought By Ice
j ' House Worker.
To be arrested by mombers of the
sheriff's department and compelled
' to, furnish bail for his appearance In
court on a charge of assault with a
deadly weapon", and then to be re
arrested by police oflccrs on the aamo
chargo a few hours later, was the ex
perience yesterday of Dan Koplis, an
employe at the railroad icehouse. The
activities of the peace officers was auo
to the error of the complaining wit
ness, M. R. Thomas, a railroad switch
man, who alleges that Koplis attack
ed him with an ice fork.
Folowing the alleged assault, which
took place Friday night, Koplis dta-i
nppcared and in spite of diligent I
search by officers, he could not oe
found. Saturday morning Thomas)
went to County Attorney Joseph jb. I
I eates ana swore to a complaint, cnarg
ing Koplis with assault with a deadly
' The warrant was sent to the sheriff,
' but before the warrant reached the
sheriff, Koplis appeared and waited
to have a warrant served upon mm,
when ho posted bail and went back
to his work.
Last night .Thomas went to the po
lice station and complained that Kop
' lis had not been arrested. Captain
Robert Burk said that no warrant had
, been given to the police. He tolephon-J
ed the sheriff and learned the warrant
had been Issued. Captain JBurk then
dispatched officers to the Koplis home.
The officers found the man preparing i
for bed. He told the officers he had
been arrested once and released upon
H5 bail, but the ofifcers suggested
that Koplia go to the station with
them. The accused consented, but
when he arrived at the station was
advised that being arrested once on a
charge was sufficient and that it was
through an error of the complaining
witness that he had been arrested the
second time. i
For Jobs On Farms
Utah is exercising an invasion of!
if Mexican laborers, who seek work in1
the beet fields, and hundreds of the,
swarthy "hombres" from the land of;
Manana are busily engaged in thin
ning beets ,in fields around Weber
Although the Mexican male is gen
erally described as indolont, the Mex
icans are averaging from $D to ?13
per day for their work in the beet
fields, and are surpassed only by the'
y Ja-panese workers, it is reported. '
I Reports from railroad offices are1
I that, with warm weather here, scores'
of Mexican section hands have desert-!
ed their jobs with the railroad to ao-'
cept work in the beet and harvest
I fields. '
It is i stated that the railroad paid
I the section hands $4 per uav and pro-j
vided a place for them to live, .com-'
missarles to purchase sopplies and i
other conveniences Despite this, the
Mexicans continue to depart. !
I Youthful "Jimmy the
Following the sentence of a fourteen i
year-old boy to the industrial school
1 Saturday on a charge of passing worth j
less checks, Judge Dan Sullivan has'
become acquainted with ihe fact that'
the youthful pen artist had passed bad '
paper on no less than three stores in I
In each case the check was Tor $10 1
each. Judge Sullivan said that the :
boy's father had noticed his son with i
some interest when the boy suddenly
became greaUy interested in practic-'
' The boy was on a suspended sen
lence, having stolen a bicycle a short
time ago to obtain parts with which
he could repair his own wheel.
Ii Denver Shriners On
Way to Convention
I Fifty-three Shriners from Denver
j were Ogdeu visitors for a short time
today when en route to the annual na-
I ional convention which will be held at
Portland June 21 to 24, inculsivc. The
delegates were in the best of spirits
and gave the city the "once over" be
A special train bearing Shriners
from the east passed through Ogdon
last night with more than 200 aboard.
Another special is due here Wednes
day evening at 11:55 o'clock.
Fairbanks' Greatest Work
H in Film j
NOW PLAYING j
at the I
f it's the Only Cool Spot
H; Indoors in Ogden
REFRESHING MUSIC I
B and I
I PURE AIR
Seventy-three Will Be Given
Honors at Exercises Set
Seventy-three bny scouts will be
awarded merit badges at the city hall
at G o'clock "Wednesday evening, ac
cording to Scout Executive G. A.
'Goates. Fred G. Taylor in bphalf of
the court of honor will make the pre
sentations. C. A. Boyd, Supt. Karl Hopkins,
of the Ogden schools, George Dennott,
George Stoddard and W. K. King will
address the scouts.
The following Bov Scouts have com
plied with the requirements in the
merit badge subjects as follows, and
now apply for a review of the require
ments and award of the respective
Conservation George Warren God
dard. Troop 3.
Flremanship- James Dlnsdalo,
Tron'n 1 K.
Swimming Ben Wright, Troop 3.
Personal Health B6h Wright,
, Troop Fred Genlch, Troop 13; Max
1 Corey, Troop 3: J. Max Boyde, Troop
3; George Warren Goddard, Troop 3;
Elwood Lippincott, Troop 3; Walter
Gunderson, Troop 21; Marcus Mattson,
Troop 3; John McCunc, Troop 3.
The following Bov Scouts have com
pleted the requirements for merit
badges and their applications for the
awarding of the respective badges in
I the following- subjects approved:
Automobile Geo. A. Bcrgstrom.
Civics Warren Goddard, Troop ?.
j lrorestry Warren Goddard, Trooi
3; Orval E. Winkler. Troop 13.
Flremanship lewis Miller, ' Troop
3: J. Max Boyde, Troop 3: John Mc
Cune, Troop 3; Elwood .Lippincott,
Troop 3; Marcus Mattscn, Troop 3;
Max Corey, Troop ?; Warren Goddard,
Troop 3; Thoo G. Jakeman, Troop 14:
Walter Gunderson, Trocu 21: W. Ken
neth Holbrook, Troop 22. Kenneth
jC'anfield, Troop 23; George A. Berg
strom, Troop 23; Allyn Jackson, Troop
First Aid Irvine Hodge, Troop 3.
Charles Murphy, Troop 3; Ben Wright,
Troop 3; Lewis MiUcr, Troop 3: C. A.J
Goates. Headquarters: D. C. Bartley.
Headquarters; W. Kenneth Holbrook,
Troop 24; Geo. A. Bergstroiii, Troop'
23; Allyn Jackson, Troop 23; John)
McCune, Troop 3. !
Public Health Purloy Xorselh.
Troop 1; Elwood Lippincott. Troop 3;
i Marcus Mattson, Troop 3; Max Corey,
'Troop 3; Warren Goddard. Troop 3; j
John McCune. Troop 3; W. Kenneth!
Holbrook. Troop 22; Walter Gunder-j
son. Troop 21. i
Personal Health Lewis Miller.
Troop 3; Elwood Lippincott, Troop 3;i
j Orval Winkler, Tn op 3; Max Corev, j
Troop 3: Irvine Hodge, Truop 3; John!
i McCune. Troop 3; Warren Goddard,!
, Troop 3; Charles Murphy, Troop 3;'
Marcus Mattson, Troop 3; W. Kenneth
Holbrook, Troop 22.
Photography George A. Berg
strorn, Troop 23. ,
Swimming Charts Murphy. Troop1
3; J. .Max Boyde. Troop 3; D. C. Bart-i I
ley,. Headquarters Maxon Mellingor, ';
Troop 3;. John McCune, Troop 3; Clyde',
Bartun, Troop 1R; Allyn Jackson,!,
Troop 23; Orval "inkier, Troop 13;
G. A. Goates, Ileadouarters. j,
Life Saving Maxon Mellinger, I
Troop 3; orval Wi-ikler, Troop 3; D. j,
C. Bartley, Headquarters. I,
Safety First Warren Goddard,
Troop 3; W. K. Holbrook, Troop 22. (
Chemistry D. C Dartloy, Head-L
' "wicked" umw
! ESMOW HCM
Will Be Seen As "Baby Vam
pire" In "Dangerous to
Men" at Utah Theatre., j
Viol Dana has the mo3t important
drama of her starring career in "Dan
gerous to Men," which Is announced
as the feature attraction at the Utah
The role of Eliza taxes to the full
Viola Dana's versatile powers as a
; comedienne, picturing the development
of a . tomboy school girl ,who finds
herself at eighteen thrust into a I
bachelor's household as his ward.l
there to discover her own seductive!
charm and how It makes her regard-'
ed as a dangerous woman. It is said'
to be Miss Dana's favorite role. t
The question of women's clothes
is brought prominently into the story.
Eliza, the daughter of ari eccentric
explorer, has been brought up bv a.
3prinster aunt, who. insists that the
Kirl dress to be "safe" from men.
Eliza's precautions are so excessive
that she becomes an object of ridi
cule at school and has to fight her way
when the boys tease her.
By her father's death in an expedi
tion to Afghanistan, she is left an or
phan with a young bachelor scientist
as her guardian, but, although she
loves Wm, her, dowdy appearance gets
his nerves on edge. It's then Eliza
realizes the need of dressing in a way
to bring out .her own charm, but her
j attempts to emulate the style of an
J experienced actress whom sh takes as
her model are pathetic,
j But TSilza learns. The hoydenlsh
'girl finds her way through lovo Into
the secret of how to attract men. Sho
Us successful, so successful that she
J comes to he regarded as "dangerous."
Ch-cumstances lead tho girl Into an
audacious Imporosnatlon of a "vam
pire" an impersonation in which Miss
Dana is said to have startled and
thrilled her audiences. Here the play
dev.elop3 a situation of enthralling in
terest and . moves rapidly to an un
In the strong cast which supports
Miss Dana In the picture. Milton Sills
appears as Sandy Verrall, the young
bachelor, and Edward Connelly as her
eccentric father. Other prominent
players are Helen Raymond. Mollie
McConnclI, Josephine Crowell, Marian
Skinner. John P. Moore and James
MOVING PICTURES TO BE
PRODUCED IN OGDEN
A representative of oue of the film
producing companies will be in Ogden
Thursday or Friday of this week. Any
man or woman or boy or girl that
aspires to appear before the camera,
can phone, call in person or address
letter to ;'Tho Movie Man," Hotel
Meeting Held Following Shoot
Held Yesterday at Ogden
By Invitation the Beginners Trap
shooting club attended tho weekly
shoot of tho Ogden Gun club at the
Country club traps yesterday morning.
For the occasion the Ogden Gun
club put up a gold watch fob for the
visitors, and it was keenly contested
for. When the bombardment had
ceased, and scores were consulted, it
was found that G. "E. Dahl was "high
Kim, wun me score or hxdO. Frank
Smith finishing second with -10, closelv
s followod by that tall shooter, Btfl
After the shooting a meeting was
held, and it was .decided to consoli
date the two clubs, shooting each
Sunday morning at 0 o'clock at the
Ogden Country club traps, and at any
other time during the week that tho
members so desire.
Scores were as follows:
Geo. E. Dahl. u
Frank Smith .S....J0
Greenwll . ,...-...,.. , '39
Vail tier Vlies ;.. .'. ;"37 '
Freed . .'. .'. . , . 37
Bennett V 3 7
Schuffelberger . .. V. ,S1
Dr. Baker :, 3fi
Joe Davo .' 3f,
Ch asFord - 34
Hciner : . ; 31
Tribe . '. i . . ."J . .30
- Dr. Pack , . isx25
O&dcji Gun Club.
Ernie Ford 4s
Draney ; ; . '. , . . ,. j.
1 HEili 1 JESDHf
j Ogden Members of R. 0. T- C.
i. Going to Encampment at
j Iwenly-ntne cadets of the Ogden
I high school w.ll receive their final
instruction at thf high school- this
evening prior to departing for the
training camp at San Diego. The ca
dets will be in California for six woeks
! breaking camp July 27, according to
j Lieutenant Ronald Everly. Leaving
, Ogden they will be tolned at Salt Lake
by the Salt Lake high school detach-1
ment. They are sohc-duled to depart'
early tomorrow morning. I
The following Ogden cadets will!
make the trip;
Herbert Adams. Grant Belnap, Wes-I
ton Bird, Willard Chase, Ford Fre?-'
man, Jack Compton, Hyrum Goddard,!
Spencer Halvorson. Jensen Ross.l
Charles Johnson. Ralph Kenny, Ren-1
sio Likert, Emmert Lippincolt. Harry1
Legor. Theron Mars, Vernon .Mattson.'
John McCune. Delbert ftasech. Miko
Rogers, Isreal Silversteen. Hurst Tur-'
ner, Millard Wherry, Fred Clilton, Os-'
car Crosby. Grant Ellis. Glen Gale. lj-;
muni Hendfrshol. Carl McFarland.!
Ed. Sorcnsen j
! VICTIMS TO CITY,
U. P. Claim Adjuster Reports j
Two of the persons injured in the
Park City-Echo wieck last Saturdav
were removed from the local hospital
at Park City to the. Dee hospital here
yesterday, according to M. D. Clark
claim adjustor of the Union Pacific,
i Mrs. S. L. Philip-, and her daughter
I Blanche were th-s two who were
brought here from Park City in a spe
jcial train. Their condition was re
I ported satisfactory. Mrs. Phillips re
ceived several fractured ribs and In
ternal injuries while her daughter
was injured Internally. John Murphy,
of Ogden, who was injured internally',
Ms at the Park City hospital. His in
I Junes are not of a serious nature.
Claim adjuster Clark made the trip
to Park City and return yesterdav the
special train being chartered especial
ly on account of the accident. Clark
stated today that the other parties in
jured returned to their homes yesterday.
Goes to Morgan to
Start Red Cross Work
Miss Nell B. Holsinger, Red Cross
field supervisor for Utah, who for the
past week has been working jn Ogden
in connection with the local home serv
ice bureau of the lied Cross, departed
today for Morgan to attend to Red
Cross work in that vicinity.
Miss Holsinger said that the peace
time program of the Red Cross had
been adopted by the Ogden chapter
and that relief such as was extended
to soldiers' families during the war
jwill now be extended to civilian fani
lilies in this citv.
Ask Juvenile Court
To Find Them Jobs
Enthused with the anticipation of
spending a summer on a rarm, scores
of boya have made application at the
Juvenile court for farm work, It Is
stated. Judge Dan Sullivan stated to
day that practically all of the boys
who are seeking work wei;e placed on
farms last summer through the Juve
Because df the lateness of the sea
son, there Is not a big demand for the
boys as yet. but It is expected .that
they will have a chance to workwhen
the cherry and other small fruit crops
GHAAUQUA OPENS TONIGHT
J iKli&B:! !
Julius Cncsnr Nayphe, brilliant scion of unbroken rovnl lineage conies to
Chautauqua with a lecture-ontcrtninmcnt that has been the sensation or the I
fcast. He is a young Athenian, educated In Palestine and in the Universities
of England and America. Ho will tell you of the Holy Land, where customs
of a thousand years ago are still In voguef of the Oriental people, their lives '
and habits. With him he brings Uie wonderfully gorgeous costumes of the I
byrlans, the Greeks and the Armenians, which he wears and exhibits makln- i
a spectacular pageant of the Orient. A feature of the entertainment Is j
a wedding of the Holy Land, with the magnificent robes worn ou this occasion i
Marine Officer to Take Charge
of Flying School at
.ieutcnant Gordon Hoffman. L". S.I
! Marine air gervice. was in Ogden for a
short' time today on route to '.San Die
( go. Lien. Hoffman will be remember-'
; ed as one of the officers of. the NC-3,
I which made an unsuccessful attempt
j to cross the Atlantic ocean last rail.
A naval school for marine aviator
will be opened 'at San Diego, accord
I ing to Lieut, l-ioftman, and recruits for
( the air service will share honors in
; the clouds with tlif navy and armyi
J flyers. Lieut. Hoffma'.i has been piuc-
I ed In direct charge ofVhe new sc hool i
; and expects to have trioro than ono
hundred student flyers at the new
field when the, field is c6mjleted and
the ships arrive.'
! During the world War, Lieut Hoff-I
man was one of the marine- officers!
stationed at Brest. Trance, irnd says
that he hud some wonderful '"vxpr-r-'
lence.s in the air while doing prolj
oo V j
CHICAGO GILS, 1
5 AND I MAKING I
LONG TRIP ALONE.
Little Nina Carter, aged 5 years,
entered the union depot today with
tears In her eyes, shouting, I've
I lost my sister, oh, I've lost mv sis
j The little tot dressed, in khaki
created considerable excitement,
1 hut her sister. Haael, aged 7. was
soon located and the tears disap
peared. The two little girls are" en
route to Oakland from Chicago,
where they will make their future
home with Mrs. Howard Smith.
The death of the mother of the
two children recently is given as
the reason for their westward jour- i
ney. Both girls are making the 1
trip unaccompanied and will reach
their destination tomorrow after-
Ogden Woman Conducts
Poppy Day at Kextarg
Mrs. Georgia ha Marriott of Ogden
and Mme. G. E. Guerln of Paris con-'
ducted a "Poppy Day" tag sale at
Rexburg. Ida., Saturday. The pro
ceeds are to be added to the general
fund being collected In the United
Sta;es for the children of the devas
tated sections of France.
Police Retorn Money
Stolen By Cal Tucker
Money stolen from the Modern Mar
ket, Chccsman Automobile company,
and the Sullivan Drug company by
Cal Tucker, was ,returned to its own
ers yesterday by the police.
Tucker is now perving from ono to
twenty years In tho state penitentiary.
El Monte Commandery
No. 2, Knights Templar
Regular meeting, Monday, June l-i,
S p. m. By order the E. C.
IT. E. NICHOLS, Recorder.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears im
Signature oi Qa&X2?d?c
Carpentiers Opponent Thinks
He Will Beat the French
liattllng Levinskl. matched to box
twenty rounds with George Carpentier,
idol of France, Rul ing the latter part
oT July, was in Ogden todav en route
east from Portland. Levinskl is con
fident that he will defeat the Frencn
champion, and today staled that he
Would be tho next nnnnnom fnr Tnr.t
J Dempsey. the world title holder.
"Dempsey put mo away a few vears
ago. but if I ever have the opoprt'unity
j to again mix with the present cham
j pion, 1 am sure that I will be the
I winner. 1 am a one' hundred per cent
bettor boxer now than I was then, and
a chance at the title holder is all that
1 want. In my match with Carpen
tier the fans will no ' doubt see a
! malrh full of action from start to
"And let it be said that I will give
the Frenchman all that he wants in
j tho line of punishment. I am out to
bo the winner and believe me whe
ther I win or not, the French cham
iPlon will know that he has met a
Ipugh customer." j
i Peftn and Harvard
Athletes in Ogden
Howard Berry, former University
of Pennsylvania athletic star, and Ed
; die Casey, Ajj-American half back, a
member of tJic famous Harvard team
of -101 9, spenf a- few hours in Ogden
yesterday en route to San Francises?,
where they wilV take passage on a ves
sel for Honolury.
"Just a pleasi!r? trip." was the way
Ca-soy put it this1 morning.
He stated that1 bo had completed
his schooling and tat ho would spend
the coming year co'pcbing an eastern
gridiron machine, v Both Casey and I
Berry are college chii,ms. and expect
to enter the business wor'( at the con
clusion of the coming Vtball season
In New York City.
Berry for two years won the all
around title In the Penn r?lay contests,
and is rated as ono of "the greatest
gridiron stars that ever wcrc the blue
and red of tho Penn school- They ae
parled for the west on Trajn
! Loiterer Qnn Ten'V
Bays in City jp
' Tom Scanlon. arrested at 2 o'clock
this morning near Van Buren avenue;
and Twenty-seventh street, where he!
was loitering, was given a10-day seiw
tence in the city jail this morning with
no chance to pay a fine. Scanlon, when
questioned by Judge D. rt. Roberts,
failed to give a satisfactory explana
tion as to his actions. During his stay
in the city jail, his antecedents uill be
checked, with the view of determining
whether or not he is known in police
Deatk and Funerals j
STOK13K Funeral services for Lor
enzo Stoker were held Sunday at '2
o'clock at the Roy meeting house with
Bishop Martin T. Brown officiating.
Speakers were Archie P. Bigolow.
Charles R. Mabey, John D. Hooper
and Bishop Brown. George Manning
sang, "I Am A Pilgrim, and ""Rock
of Ages," Vera Hobson sang, "Holy
City," Arnold Hey and Viola Drake
gave "Life Beyond the Shadows." The
Lowe brothers, sang, "Going Home."
There was a-large attendance and the
casket was banked with floral trib
utes. Interment was in the Roy
cemetery, where Bishop David Stoker
dedicated the grave.
TESCJi Funeral services for Mrs.
Cornelia Tesch wore hold in the First
ward meeting house yesterday, con
ducted by Bishop Henry E. Taylor.
Speakers were Henry Denkers, M.
Baker, John Krultbosch, Evert Xeu
teboom, Paul ICammeyer and Bishop
Taylor. Mrs. Jennie Llmberg sang.
"Oh My Father." &nd "Perfect Day."
Gerard Klomp sang "Beautiful Isle of
Interment was in the city cemetery.
' i.iiiii teeBBB. j u ,i n.w.WjdWmw-TTf
I j ' -washable f j l
I arc fresh and cool. Thcyndd'to .. 'o!
j warm weather comfort, they're . ' ;' H
in season with your straw hat 'and' 1 ' 3 H
j oxfords. fy j fl
, these arc woven in exclusive pat-.. , H
j ems from mercerized yarns, white -"f. H
and tinted grounds with colored H
stripes and figures. H
j four-in-hands in (.iipito.-thc Mmuto"'. -.' ':'
j shapes. .. . ' '
50c values v. . . ... .40c
75e values 60c -' J
1..00 values . .' 80c ' '
' '- '
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone' No. 56.
Kssay Night. Graduates of the Sa
cred Heart Academy will observe Es
say night thi3 evening at 8 o'clock m
the school auditorium. Seven of the
graduates will read their essays.
"We guarantee to please. Ogden
Carpet Cleaning Co. Phone 416. U205
Visiting ITctc. Mrs. Jack Stagg or
Bingham, is visiting Ogden relatives.
Big sale on Lilies, 16c per bud.
Phone Dumke Floral, 370 2-lth.
, Pythian Sisters The regular meet
ing of the Pythians sisters will be held
Tuesday evening in the K. P.' hall.
There will be Initiation ceremonies
At Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bagley spent the week end in Morgan.
Rotnrians Here. Seventy-five Ro
larians from Los Angeles en route to
the national convention of Rotarians
at Atlantic City will spend a few
hours in Ogden on their arrival here
tomorrow prior to departing for the
Kast, They are" scheduled to arrive
here on train No. 2.
Tomatoes, cabbage, asters and oth
er plants fine stock at Weber Floral
Co., 740 23th St.
Happy Hour Club. Mrs. J. W.
Shafer will entertain the members of
the Happy Hour club "Wednesday aft
ernoon at 2:30 o'clock at her home,
CCS Twenty-third street.
Phone 502. for messenger. j
Court at Farnilngton. Judge A. E.
Pratt, of the district court, will leave
i for Farmlngton tomorrow morning,
where he will hold court for three
days. He will return Thursdaj' eve
ning and will hear cases in Ogden the
remainder of the week.
Ogden Typewriter House for type-i
writers and repairs, 2422 Hudson Ave.
Case Continued. Tho case of Hans
'Anderson and Jacob Wangsgaard, both
of Huntsville, who wore arrested yes
terday on a charge of drunkenness,
was continued by Judge D. !R. Roberts
this morning in the city court until
June IS. The men pleaded not guilty.
I Chautauqua Chautaqua reserved
seats will he on -sale at Spargo's Book
Store from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m today.
PIcnd Xot Guilty. Leroy Cox and
, Carl Freeman, accused of vagrancy,
I appeared in city court this morning
.and entered a plea of not guilty. They
wlll appear for hearing June ID.
t The Tripp Studio, 432 Binford Ave.
Three Fined. Three men, charged
;V'ith drunkenness, pleaded guilty be
ffire Judge D. R. Roberta of the city
CjJ)urt this morning, and received heavy
sentences for their encounter with
'A. J Gallagher of Ogdon, a laborer,
.13) years old. pleaded guilty. Ho was
gl-'von $00 or 00 days. Roy Hartz, ar
rested at Twenty-fifth street and
-y-ill lasj. night, was fined $50 or 50
A splendid buy In a sport 1919 model 1
Falgo five passenger, In excellent con. 1
0Utlon. Cheap for cash. See It it I1
itah Auto Tractor Co., 2331 Huh I
s on Avenue. I J
days. L. J. Arbor. 1444 Twenty-sixth 1
street, was fined $90 or 00 day3. 1
Meet Tonight. The Brittanic asso- I
elation of Ogden will hold a business
meeting at S o'clock tonight in the I
Lagles hall to make arrangements for ' I T
1 the annual outing at Lagoon, August i I
i 3. . j J
Money to loan, Kelly & Herrick. '
Marriage License A marriage li
cense was issued this morning in the
county clerk's office to Frank David
Adams and Miss Leona Layton, both
of Layton. j
Chautauqua season tickets advance
to $3.30 tomorrow night. Buv them
J?.?w. at d-ET stores or Spargo's at ,
. S J. ( 5. Phone 454. '
j Eye glasses, phone 216S-J. Reward. J
A product the most recent progress i
I of modern science concerning tho re- vl I
generation; tho development, the con- T'i
iservation, the beauty and hygiene of 1
(the hair. 'l
I Stops the hair falling in a few days. 1 '
! U III grow hair on the heads of those
who have been without hair for year
No i matter how long you have been
without hair, will restore the growth
Direct from France. Guaranteed to
be an exclusive vegetable poduct con
taining or alcohol or drugs.
Inquire 246 Twenty-fifth street, up
0 Seoirt Events to Be
1 State Fair Feature
. One thousand boy scouts selected
from the various troops of the state
will be the guests of the state at the
animal state fair next fall, according
to Scout Executive G. A. Goates. The
scouts will pitch camp at the fair (''
grounds and will be housed in truo . i
, scout fashion.
! Ten demonstrations of various na- "
, tures will be on the card, the winning - i
scouts to be awarded medals. Oscar I
Kirkham of Salt Lake is chairman of I
the committee. The other member 9
of the committee are John Taylor, G. 1
A. Goates, A. F. Freeman, Brighani :
and J A. Woods of Logan. Dr. Charles' '
Plummer will have direct charge o ' 1
the camp equipment.
SHE FOLLOWED HIM Into
the Street of a Thousand Sor
rows. Down alleyways lighted
only by the breeze-rldden Flame
of the Devil's Beacon. Past
heavily barred portals and their '
Lynx-eyed Custodians. To under
go an experience that has fallen
to the lot of but few living
TRULY "The Woman Gives," '
as you shall see.
Joseph M. Schenck presents i
"THE WOMAN I
From the novel by
TONIGHT, TUESDAY AND H
Matinee Tuesday and -B