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I SHE FOLLOWED HIM Into
the Street of a Thousand Sor
rows. Down alleyways lighted
only by the breeze-ridden 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 sec. '
Joseph M. Schenck presents
I - From the novel by
r ' Owen Johnson
I - TONIGHT, TUESDAY AND
1 ; WEDNESDAY
I Matinee Tuesday and
I i ,
I BATHING SUITS
Special for This
"Kids'" sizes, 2 to 8
Boys' sizes 26 to 34
i Misses Suits, sizes 26 to 34
I ' ' $2.59
Men's Suits, 36 to 46
Price $1.25 and up
Price $1.75 and up
I ' Ggden-Utah .
2357 Washington Ave.
I Elks to Dance at j
. Lorin Farr Park'
Ogden Elks will dance at .Lorin Farr
park Thursday evening-. The dancej
is the second of a series announced
hy the .entertainment committee' to
be held during the, summer months.
Special features have been arranged
for the party and it Is expected a
lasc crowd will bo in attendance.
The first dance, held last month, was
Increase Shown in Operating
i Expenses; Profit of $10,-
I A report of operating expenses for
the Oregon Short Lino showing fed
! oral operations, was filed with tho
public utilities commission yesterday.
I Operating revenues for tho year
I amounted to $3S, 250, 00.00.
OporaMng. expenses had not increas
ed so fast. Tho total was $2G,100,UUU,
in round numbers, and the increase
was Just under $3;GOO,000. This left
a net rcvenuo from operations of $13,
1C0.O00, about $G35,000 more than in
In spite of this showing, however,
that amount turned over to the profit
side of the profit and loss account
was just under $10,950,000, which was
' more than $-60,000 less than last year.
,Out of the approximately $11,000,000,
the federal government had to pay
the railroad company the annual rcn
' lal for tho line under federal con
I Tho railroad paid more than $2,000,
I 000 in taxes, but this Item had in
j creased only $30,000 from the previous
year The main dlf foresees which re
; duced the increase In the operating
I income to a decrease in the profits
i were a reduction of $337,000 in mis
i cellaneous nonoperating income and
; an adverse balance of $350,000 for
rental of freight cars, as against a fav
i orabic balance In 191S of about $140,
The main items of the operating
revenues were $29,000,000 from frelgnt
service, an Increase of about $2,900,
000, and '$7,000,000 from passenger
service, an increase of approximately
$10,000 a month.
The railroad's operating ratio was
Go.uu per com, the report shows. The
stnte of Idaho received the largest-tux
payments from this lino $1,513,000
while Utah is next with $230, 103.-15.
Montana taxes about $93,000, "Wyo
ming $7S.000 and Oregon $70,000, plus
rentals on lines leased from tho Oregon-Washington
Railroad & Naviga
tion company. The federal govern
ment was paid $6G,000 Income tax.
The road owns 113. -IS miles of main
line and 118.27-miles of branch lino
In Utah; C12.74 miles of main line
and 9S2.34 of branch line in Idaho,
and a total of 9G0.21 miles of main
lines and 11G1.5S of branch lines.
With 206.92 miles of leased llnc3, it
operates a total of 2347. 5S miles ot
road and a trackage of 3187.83 miles.
Tho road has 3SG locomotives. 13,878
freight cars, including cabooses; 279
passenger train cans a total of 1G,
U13 cars of all classes.
Rotariaiis Leave for
Declaring th(y will bring home
George O. Relf of Salt Lake as- vice
president of the International Rotary
clubs, twenty-five Salt Lake Rotarians
passed through Ogden yesterday en
route to the international convention
at Atlantic City. They were joined
here by Ralph E. Bristol, incoming
."..strict governor and delegations from
northern Utah and Idaho.
The party was composed of Presi
dent and Mrs. King, former President
and Mrs. James W. Collins, Mr. and
Mrs. David A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph H. Patrick, Mr. and airs, Er
nest Lambourne, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Shay, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. .Exiwards,
J. A. DeDouzek, L. H. CurtisLand Mrs.
Robert Spangler of Salt Lake.
Others in the party were: Preston
Peterson, Provo; Fritz Champ, Robert
Anderson and Reed Shamhart, Logan.'
and J. E. Pike of Idaho Falls.
The glee club, composed of twenty
members, with Charles R. Johnson as
leader,-also went equipped with songs
calculated to win the vice presidency
for George O. Relf.
The itinerary of the party calls for v
stopover tomorrow at Kansas City, ar
rival at Chicago Thursday to join the
Rotarian special, stopover Friday at
Gettysburg, Saturday at Washington,
'Sunday at Philadelphia, and Monday
at Atlantic City, Mr. Relf and his
.wife will meet the Utah delegation at
! the convention city.
ITTEI1I K. OF P.
t ' . :
Next Saturday, June 19, the D. Q,
K, K. will give a ceremonial at the lo
U:al Castle hail on Grant avenue in hon
or of their guest, the Hon. Harry Nice,
imperial prince of Baltimore, Mel. All
members of the D. O. K. K., as well as
visiting brethren are requested to b?.
(Present. Committee, 2647
jSlli start Every
1 I lillltj H'll y I I II i I T,1e successful trip Is the ono
H i fl Fit m'i '3 1 1 llllilii Ha H that nas been thoughtfully pre-
H 8 ml?! Iwl'J H I H Ki IdIIIH pared for, A few minutes' time
B 9 L'blL If nil n II; lilllllllm! El I before you start may mean
H a ill! 1 IS ililM h.UdS savcd wncn yu're on tlie
Hl ll 111 llfj Look well to your supply of oils
H 1 lilillHijuWCTY) niHI 1 and greases. Carry a complote
Lis! Zrcyl-ygliiy tiro repair kit, a spare tire and
H I ITrti' i 0$""I'"V5-tf Two or more spare tubes. The
H I wmOM f?tSiMnia right kind of acce6Ssorles aids
H I ilPi)yT 5 f&ffiiifjsm) ftIll comfort and makes touring more
H iwxmtry$ , i n" ii pleasureable.
' Ct -XT ! Get everything at Mack-Robln-
H ...... DtOnng, Wasning son's. A complete stock of the
H famous Goodrich tires cord and
H jrM J fabric and tubes; and acces-
1 J. anu .aS forles of cvery-dny utility.
H Service Station
. ' J. W. NICKSON, Prop.
H j" 2440 Grant Ave. Ogden
j : : :
Strike Fails to Hinder Con
struction on West Thirtieth
One of the moat perfect stretohe.s
of pavement ever installed in Ogden
Is now being completed on west Thir
tieth street by the Moran Paving com
pany, according to a statement made
this morning by City Engineer Joseph
M. Tracy. Mr. Tracy just returned
from an Inspection of the new pave
ment and declared tbat the work ia
In spite of the fact that twenty-five
laborers who were employed on the
paving work went out on strike late
Saturday, tho work is being pushed
ahead with all speed. A new crow of
laborers wore placed on tho work ear
ly Monday morning, It was announced,
and the construction was continued
without a pause.
Mr. Tracy also announced that steel
rall3 for the double-tracking of the
street car lines on north Washington
avenue from tthe river bridge to the
city limits, are arriving in Ogden dally
and as loon as dellvory Is complete
the paving and track Work will bog;n
simultaneously. Actual construction
Ib expected to begin shortly after July
1, according to Mr. Tracy.
LOTS OF FISH
GOT AWAY AND
FEW GOT CAUGHT,
Today is the day of fish and
IU?n whoso words are as good
as their signatures in business
and who, when in town, would
never even think of swerving- tho
slightest from the truth are today
declaring all bets off in this re
spect. Particularly was this true this
morning at d o'clock along tho
Ogden river. Not a single fisher
man was met but what alibied
himself thusly: "The ono that
got away from me was as long as
So. If you should happen along
the stream yourself and meet an
angler who explains himself like
this: "I never even got a bite,"
shake him by the hand, bring him
to town and take him into busi
ness with you. He ll have the
world beat. .
in Brummitt Case
A stipulation was filed yesterday aft
ernoon in the district court in the di
vorce case of Lulu Brummitt against
J. J. Brummitt whereby iii the event
jf a divorce being granted, the defend
:nt agrees to pay the plaintiff 18 a
.vcek for the care, support and custody
jf three minor children.
In the event of the sale of the home
occupied by the plaintiff at"1438 Twenty-fifth
street, the defendant will pay
$21 a week for the minor children. Oth
3r property settlement will be effect
ad and a certain library of the house
will bo divided, three-fourths of the
books going to the defendant. The de
fendant agress to pay all the family In
debtedness prior to last February 9.
illness Halts Inp
of Rockefeller, Jr.
Illness in the family of John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., scheduled to arrive in
Ogden today, called a halt to the re
maining part of the westward journey
at Denver, according to local railroad
officials. The train is still in Denver
and will remain there until further or
ders. The oil magnate's son had planned a
day in Ogden canyon fishing with his
party but with the unexpected change
it is doubtful whether or not he will
go through Ogden. The trip to Ogden
has been cancelled and it is probable
that the party will go west over thi
Western Pacific out of Salt Lake next
'Sky Line Trail Is
Planned in Forests
Dana Parkinson, supervisor of the
Wasatch forest, reports that work has
started on a 100-mile "sky line" trail,
which will extend from a ,poinL about
45 miles southeast of Evanston, Wyo!,
and will connect with a similar trail
the Ashley forest. The trail will
be eight feet wide and will lead tour
ists, hikers or equestrians through a
country studded with mountain lakes,
trout streams and gorgeous western
FORT DOUGLAS SOLDIER
HELD FOR THEFT, ESCAPES
SALT LAKE, June lu. Thomas
Dugger, 33 years of age, a soldier at
Fort Douglas, who was wanted in Ne
braska for the alleged theft of cattle,
oluded his guards when arrested to
day and escaped.
DOUG IS, HERE
Have you seen "Mollycoddle," now
playing the Alhambra? It's the great
est picture of the year. Don't miss
Coming Friday and Saturday, Ileal
arls big special, Theo. Roberts and
Mary MInter in 'Rogues' Harbor."
REPy BL1CAWS Ttt !
Judical Convention to 'Name
Candidates for Judges and
Ropubllcan primaries will bo held In
Weber county at 8 o'clock Wednesday
evening June 2?. for tho purpose of
electing1 delegates to the Judicial con
vention of the Second Judicial district..
The judicial convention will bo held
at the Weber ounty court house, com
mencing at " o'clock Saturday, Juno
Two candidates for the position of
district judge and one candidate for
the position of district attorney will
be named at tho convontion.
Delegates are to be appointed from
tVober county in accordance with thn
vote cast two years ago for W. II.
Wattis for congress., Each district is
entitled to one delegate for each 2a
votes or major portion thereof cast
for Mr. Wattis.
The number of delegates for each
district of Weber county is not forth
In the official call to bo published in
no . -
FATTENER FOR SIX
An honest-lo-goodness receipt,
formula or method of putting ou
weight Is sought by the Ogdon
navy recruiting station. Tho ap
peal is Joined in by six youths of
this city who aro eager 10 'join
the navy and see the world," but
who lack tho necessary weight to
get by Uncle Sam's regulations.
The volunteer recruits for the past
week have been following the act- 1
vice of the recruiting officer,
which Includes, among other
things, "cat all the bananas you
can and drink plenty of water,"
but would welcomo somelhlng
with speedier effects.
To Organize Chapter
of University Alumni
Of the twenty-two additional chap
ters of tho Alumni association of the
University of Utah, which will be or
ganized in Utah. Ogden will be the
first to have one of tho new depart
ments, according to Prof. Edgar Levi
Young, head of the department of
western history, who was recently aiP
pointed head of the alumni associa
tion. Mr. Young declared that with CO
rlumni members of the U. of U. in Og
den, that there Is a need of something
to hold these men together.
, A banquet will be held soon, it is
stated, and a prominent aluminus of
the university will lie asked to talk. A
president will be elected, who will keep
the chapter in close touch with the
Similar procedure will be carried
out in other Utah cities, as well as n
number in Idaho.
New Jersey Sksners
Due Here Tomorrow
One of the first special trdins en
route to the Shiincrs convention at
Portland next week will arrive in Og
den at 10 o'clock tomorrow evening
from Nowark and Trenton, New Jer
sey. The special will go from Ogden
to Portland over the Southern Pacific.
Tho train is made up of five standard
sleepers, three baggage cars and a
One hundred and twenty-five Shrl
ners of the Crescent and Salaam Tem
ples arc aboard tho train. Ogden
Shrlnors are expected at the train to
greet the visitors according to railroad
officials. The train will depart from
Ogden at midnight tomorrow night.
George Wessler to
Play With Brigham
George Wessler, former star of tho
Ogden baseball team during the 1912
13 seasons In the old Union Associa
tion, and until a few days ago, a mem
ber of the Ogden club of the Wasatch
league has been signed to play tho
shortfield with the Brigham City
Next Saturday afternoon at Lorin
Farr Park the Peaches will mix with
the Ogdcnltcs in what gives promise
of being a first class game. Ship'io'y
or Allen will work on the rubber for
the locals while Cy Morgan is slatou
to work on the mound for the in
vaders. Ogden Is second in the league
standing at this time, with -1 wins and
'1 defeats, Layton being out in front
with C victories.
They're Either Out .
Fishin' or Restin
Attaches of both divisions of the
district court are not overcome ivith
grief today. Tho fishing season open
ed simultaneously with tho closing of
courts, for not a case is' scheduled".
Judge A. E. Pratt Is in Farmington
holding court sessions and Judge
jAgee'a division is without a scheduled
case for the day.
j In the meantime tho attaches
t well, you can figure it out for yourself.
Cheyenne Cadets Here
Going to San Diego
I Thirty-five cadets from the Chey
enne. Wyo,, high school, were Ogden
visitors for a short time today. They
aro en route to Camp Kqarney, where
they will undergo several weeks' train
ing with other high school organiza
tions in infantry work.
Lieut. Louis Knicker is in chargo of
the Cheyenne, cadets. The youths were
attired In regulation khaki uniforms.
They departed today for their destina-
I tlon on the Salt LakeKouta.
Julius Ceasar Mayphe Gives
Lecture Last Night; Pro
gram for Today
Julius Caesar Nnypho with his lecture-entertainment
opened the Ogden.
Chautauqua at Lester Park last nlgnt.j
Nnyphe's evening In tho Orient Is
unique on the American platform I
nothing like it having been given be
Dressed in the costumes of the near-!
east and carrying gorgeous gowns
and beautiful tapestries, ho delivered
a remarkable lecture on the customs.)
manners and life of Palestine and
The program for today Includes:
Morning Junior Chautauqua.
Afternoon Prelude, "The , Alaska
Lecture "Tomorrow," Cavltonl
Evening- Prelude, "Tho Alaska1
Duo." ' . I
Republican-Democratic debate. !
Army Nurse feds Her
Three Years' Service,
Florence Mays of Sacramento, Cal., j
was an Ogden visitor for a few. hours
today. Miss Mays has been in the,
service of tho United Stales govern
ment since May. 1017, - as an army
nurse and has just been relieved of
She enlisted-at San Francisco early
in 1017 and after several months train
ing was sent to the east coasL She
went overseas in the fall of 1917 with
the first American troops and spent al
most all of her time working near the
firing lines with the Yankee injured.
Before returning to America Miss
Mays was granted a leave of absence
to inspect the battlefields and to visit
some of the cities that were on the
map before the years of the war.
Shorten Leaves for i
Tour of Inspection
Georgo Shorten, assistant director of!
Inspection of the Inspection depart-,
ment of the National Canners' associa-'
tion, departed today for Pleasant!
Grove, where he will spend a few dayj
inspecting the methods used by the
Pleasant Grove Canning company in'
canning strawberries. Shorten during
the months to come, will inspect the
various methods of the canning con-!
cerns in Utah, according to officials!
of the Utah Canners' association. '
I Doing Our Part I I
25 OFF SALE I
Kuppenheimer Suits 1 I
j . , at Reduced I
Frankly, wo do not, and can noL expect yon to. buy a a VM
: Spring Suit now unless il; offers a substantial cash 'ad- 5
vantage (is an investment. 'That; is the basis on which we Vt
I offer the suits in this sale. I !
$0.00 educed to. ... . .-'iftlf. . ;-. . : . .S60.00
7S.0() reduced to J. . . .". .;.r.:i::. . . ..$56.25 3 B
I $70.00 reduced to. ,; . . ...;.:.h-v:. . . . .$52.50 t
1 $(io.00 reduced to . ."."'. .... 7; .Ji rr. . ; $48.75
S $b'0.00 reduced to. .' : $45.00 I
$55.00 reduced to. ...... . . '..$41.25 1
$50.00 reduced to. . . . . . . r".;.Y.'. $37.50 1 j
J $40.00 reduced to ; $30.'G0 '
2 $35.00 reduced to .V, . ; .. . . . . . , $26.25
I $30.00 reduced to. L .: A : !$22.50
jj . Remember our entire tock of CJo.thing, Shoes, Furnish-
ings at 25 per cent off' regular prices ";.'. -
i m i i iii i in ni iiiiw i MM. ii i'-jftvT-fwgTfirrr
.Depot Master Takes
Two Weeks for Fishing
S. II. Tracy, depot master at the un
ion station, packed his fishing mate
rials and other camping equipment
yesterday afternoon, and departed on
a two weeks' vacation. Tracy informed
liis intimate friends that he would
get the limit todaj
Judicial Primaries 1 1
Set fey Both Parties ' j
Arthur Wool ley, chairman of the
Republican county committee today
issued the official call for the pri
maries to name delegates to the judi
cial convention of the second district,
tho convention to be held at the court h
house Saturday, Juno 2C, at 11 o'cloc!?.
The Democratic judicial convention f
will be held next Saturday at 2 o'clock. -f
' j j
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