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B THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. 7 H
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f Laugh Makers in Town
Ring and Irv Are Here
Want to Be President
I Ring W. Lardnor and Irvln S. Cobb,
woll known as humorists, woro Ogden
visitors for a short time today, ar-i
riving horc shortly after 8 o'clock and i
departing for the national Democratic
headquarters at San Francisco, a short
time after. They departed on wost-j
bound train 19. j
Lardnor, famous for his "You Know
lie, Al," stories, which have hit the
baseball world by storm, when Inter-1
viewed at the local station attempted'
to sidetrack the roporlor but once J
jfc polntotl out by the station master,!
roadlly answered when the "news'
Lardner turned quickly and In a
flash hurled back, "You know me, Og
don; you're somo town."
A long conference was then held.
It was long in one sense and short in
another. Lardner would fire forth
one question and then alothor, thus
keeping the reporter in an uproar un
til finally tho inquisitive reporter said:
"Now that you have asked mo a mil
lion and one questions may I havo the
ploasure of asking you and the Hon-!
orable Mr. Cobb a few?" I
Tho request was granted and the!
questions were fired in rapid order, ala
machine gun, so to speak. j
Fit Ac a Fiddle. )
Lardner refused to answer one ques-l
tlon pertaining to his age, stating that
ho was between 1 and 100 years of
ago, fit as a fiddle, but that tho music
. nowadays was not half as jazzy as it
was prior to July 1, 1919. "Tho
chango duo to tho absence of Johl
Barleycorn, has not only hampered mj
work," said Lardner. "but it has alsv
I hampered tho work of several other
co-workers In tho editorial office of a
certain Chicago office. In fact, to tell
. y'u tho truth, It has certainly played
havoc with 'Al.m y baseball pal,' and
of late the poor kid has been unable
to gQt going in the majors.
Hush, Ring, Hush.
"Say and do y'u know that this kiJ
Al, has got anything in the big show
cheated, has he, you yell 'em. And how
that boy can hit. Say, he rode one out
of tho Chi park a few days ago that
would havo made Dabo Ruth, tho war
horse of tho Yanks, sick with envy.
, But getting back to the points, tell me
whore can a feller get a drink?"
During tho spasm of spieling by one
Ring Lardnor, I. S, Cobb sat on tho
bench at tho dopot, with cars uplift
ed, eager to hear the very words of
tho famous humorist, Cobb, however,
finally said a few words and stated
mat news with him was a scarce arti
cle since he had lost a certain wager
made on the recent Republican convgn
tlon at Chicago.
"I am on the bum, believe me, down
4 and out. For once in my life I picked
a loser and. she was some loser too,
bollovc me, brother. One of tho scribes
at the convention made a 3 to 1 bet
with me on the first day that neither!
Wood. Lowdon nor Johnson would be I
chosen for tho presidential plum. Ah,
says 1, that's a cinch bet. So with
confidence galore I tok the bet, and as
- n nn -m n i i i i
you luiow the result I don't need to ex
plain. But I havo hopes of having bet
jtcr luck at the San Francisco con
tention." When asked as to who was the origi
nator of the "You know me" chatter
now hitting the country by storm,
Lardner replied, "You know the origi
nal humorist of the country, don't y'u,
well 1 wasn't him."
Lardner prior to boarding No. 19
stated that he was out for a "wet"
platform for the Democrats and that
if they would elect him ho would
bring homo the bacon.
sure Is Thirsty,
I "Since July 1, 1919, I ' have been
homesick, yep, downhearted, and I am
sure that if tho Democrats name me
ifor the position, I will be able to again
give drink to tho thousands of dry
tongues in the country. If they don't
name me I will have to sail for France,
because I am sure thirsty for Just a
little of that famous stuff that car
'ries a kick like ono of those Brown
ing macii'inc guns."
I Lardner and Cobb were originally
'attached to tho newspaper special that
went through Ogden yosterday but
failed to make conections at Donver
i duo to a party. However, they managed
jto get away with all of tholr property
intact and stated that even If they
(Were a lap behind in the race, that
they could beat any aggregation of
their clasB in the world, at ringside
weights, In any line of chatter, athlet
ics or teas.
They havo departed, but may Lard
ner return with tho presidential plum
in his left hip pocket and may Cohb bo
tho'cholco for tho second honors.
BOLSHEVIKI ARE REPULSED;
TWO BRIGADES DESTROYED
PARIS. Juno 17. The repulse of
Important groups of bolshovikl on thu
river Tetoroff, which flows into tho
Dnelper north of Kiev, is reported In
, an official Polish communiquo re
ceived horc this afternoon. General
Rydzmlgly is in command of the
Further north in tho Bobruisk sec
tor, tho communique adds, the Fif
teenth and Twenty-sixth bolshevlkl
Infantry brigades were complctolv de
stroyed. After hand-to-hand fighting
I along the Boroslna river nil tho bol
ishovlkl attacks wore repulsed.
C00LIDGE ANSWERS 'DRY'
QUERY VERY BRIEFLY
BOSTON. Mass.. June IS. Govern
or Coolldge, Republican candidate for
vice president, sent a letter today to
""SYR' Illnsna-w. chairman of the
prohibition national committee ac
knowledging receipt of a telegram
asking whether tho governor favors In
creasing the percentage of alcohol In
beverages to above one-half of one
per cent. With tho acknowledgment
was Inclosed a copy of tho governor's
message to the legislature some
months, ago vetoing the bill authoriz
ing tho sale of 2.75 per cent beverages.
SEARCH OUT THE
GERMS OF RHEUMATISM
Find Out What Causes Your Suffer
ing'and Go After It,
"What Is Rheumatism?" Is a qucs
H.i Hon that has not yet been answered
H( ontiroly satisfactorily. There aro still
H. difforent opinions "as to its exact
cause, but little doubt that its pain3
Tho medical profession Is practically
1 agreed upon one point, however, and
' that is that Rheumatism is more than
, n series of local pains, and that the
Hj rcal cause of the dlseaso Is decp-seat-
v od, and cannot possibly be reached by
remedies -applied to the surface,
j Some forms of this disease have
been found to como from tiny germs
in the bipod, -which set op tholr colony
in the muscles, or Joints and begin to
multiply by the million. You can eas
ily understand, therefore, that the
only intelligent method of treating
such cases is through tho blood.
S. S. S. Is such a thorough blood pu
rifier and cleanser that it can be re
lied upon to search out all diseaso
germs and impurities and eliminate
them from the system, and this is why
It is such an excellent remedy for
Go to your drug storo and got a bot
tel of S. S. S. today, and if your case
needs special attention, you can ob
Uln modlcal advice free by writing
fully to Chief Medical Adviser, 602
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Adver
, PUT MARKET
Variety of Berries Offered for
j Sale With Utah Grown
I Fruit In quantities and varieties
' has arrived In Ogden and no longer
does tho lover of sweet, acrid Juices
have to regale his or her palate with
lemons, oranges, grapefruits, nor any
of the various kinds of embalmed deli
cacies. During tho past week a groat move
ment of strawberries, dewberries,
raspberries, cherries, plums, watermel
ons and cantaloupes has been notice
able. Utah strawberries, surpassing otners
that have been offered for sale, are
now being sold reasonably. Raspber
ries from California cost n trifle more
as do the dewberries.
Hundreds of Ogdenitcs are awaiting
patiently tho advent of green corn.
While tho local cherry crop has not
yet been started In full blast, several
signs, showing home grown cherries
for sale, have been seen about the city.
Closely following Utah beets and tur
nips In their advent on the local mar
ket, crisp heads of lettuce, rivalling
California's best, has put in its appear
ance. String beans, peas, new pota
toes, and other crops that usually are
ready for market at this time in the
year, are expectedsoon. Because of a
slight tendency towards backwardness
exhibited by the weather this spring,
these crops have not yet arrived.
Utah fruits will be ready before the
Fourth of July, It Is stated.
CLUB WOMEN MAY
HOME AT CAPITAL
DES MOINES, la., Juno IS.
A resolution providing for a na
tional clubhouse In Washington
for tho Gerreral Federation of
Women's clubs was submitted to
the biennial convention today.
The resolution followed the rec
ommcndatio'n of Mrs. Joslah
Evans Cowlcs, president, yester
day, that the national headquar
ters be retained In Washington.
Another resolution submitted
today provided that the name of
Jennie June Croley, founder of
the womun's club movement In
tho United States, be placed on a
tablet in the hall of tame.
The federation today refused to
abolish, tho office of auditor, al
though yesterday It approved the
elimination of tho offlco of state
secretary. A proposal that state
presidents bo removed from mem
bership of the advisory commit
tee was rejected.
TRADE PARLEYS WITH
SOVIETS MOVE SLOWLY
LONDON, June 18. Gregory Kras
sin, Russian bolshevik minister of
trade and commerce, who has been
In London for three weeks, met tho
permanent committeo of tho supremo
economic council for the first ,tlmo
yesterday. The conference, according
to a crytlc official communiquo issued
at Its termination, lasted 45 minutes.
Groat Britain, France, Italy and Bel
glum were represented, but thero was
no American observer present-
The communique Indicates the nego
tiations with tho bolshevik emissary
aro moving slowly. For it merely re
Iterates in the same terms as tho brief
statemont from Downing street, fol
lowing M. Krassln's discussions with
Premier Lloyd George and members
of tho cubinot two weeks ago, that
"certain preliminary questions re
garding the opening of trade negotia
tions were discussed."
It ,13 understood no deflnito ar
rangement for a subsequent meeting
was made. It is believed this will de
pend on tho result of M. Krassln's
telegraphic exchanges with .Moscow
on tho points brought up today.
PERMIT ENEMY ALIENS
TO LEAVE UNITED STATES
WASHINGTON, June IS. A num
ber of changes in tho rules regarding
tho departure of aliens from this coun
try will be made by tho state depart
ment with the discontinuance, June
30, of tho office of foreign permits
and tho concentration of such work in
the division of passport control. .
Allen enemies are to be allowed to
depart from the United States to all
Countries, with certain exceptions,
without permits and It will no longer
be necessary to havo permits to leave
the United States by woy of the Mexi
can and Canadian borders.
Restrictions aro to be abolished on
travel of enemy aliens between the
United States and insular possessions
without touching foreign ports. This
does not obvlato the necessity of
aliens getting passports from coun
tries of which they aro citizens, the
permits having been an additional pre
caution taken by tho American government.
COMMISSIONERS GO OUT
TO MEET REBEL CHIEF
VERA CRUZ. June 18. Commis
sioners have been sent from this city
to confer with the rebel leader Major
Panucio Martinez, who for several
years past has been operating In the
state of Vera Cruz and who has
arousod the suspicion that ho is about
to start a revolutionary movement
against the presont government. The
commissioners will ask Martinez to de
fine bin position.
It appears that tho displeasure of
Martinez was aroused by tho fact that
his political pretentions had been Ig
nored. Martinez forces consist of
about two thousand men.
U. S. MINE OPERATORS IN
MEXICO MORE ACTIVE
WASHINGTON, Juno IS. Ameri
can mining interests already are dem
onstrating a feeling of confidence in
the declarations of tho do facto gov
ernment of Mexico by greatly increas
ed activities in tho states of Sonora
and Slnaloo, said a report received to
day from the American consul at No
JAPS AITEIt OIL LANDS.
MEXICO CITY, June 19. Baron
Tariklarl. representing Japanese inter
ests, has arrlvod here, saj-3 El Uni
versal, to negotiate for potroleum con
cessions in lower California and Sina
loa stat p.
j FROM 1:45 TIL 11 P. M.
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Yog in an NV'XTSj A
mile in the air NjJliSryRES
while only 4P32ffi
fifty feet away
man in the
ZloJj&l . AVmller
to another to ITlwhlchlhe
cave a z r l Skysihekmrt ,
from a sky
LOUISE GLAUM in "SEX"
"Coolest Spot in Town"
COLBY LOOMS US
S. F. CHAIRMAN
Senator Carter Glass Will
Head Democratic Commit
tee on Resolutions
WASHINGTON. Juno IS. (By Tho
Associated Pres3). Balnbridge Col
by, secretary of state, is regarded by
most Democratic leaders in Washing
ton, as the mostllkely choice for per
manent chairman of the Democratic
national committee at San Francl3co.
Mr. Colby was elected a delegate to
tho convention from the District of
Columbia last week, heading an ad
ministration ticket in opposition to
that put in the field by the 'Bryan
Senator Joseph T. Robinson, of Ar
kansas, and Chairman Cummins, of
the Democratic national committee,
who is to be temporary chairman of
the convention, also havo been men
tioned in connection with the perma
nent chairmanship. Mr. Cummings'
friends say, however, that he does not
desire tho plac.
Senator Carter Glass, of Virginia,
who drew the platform adopted by tho
Virginia Democratic convontlon, and
slnco endorsed by President Wilson,
has been definitely decided upon as
tho chairman of the committeo on
resolutions. The league of nations'
plank of the platform to be adopted
at San Francisco is expected to fol
low closely that In the Virginia plat
form. E. F. Moore, of Ohio, and manager
of the campaign of Governor James
M. Cox, of that state, arrived with
Norman E. Mack, national committee
man from Now York.
Cox Friends Unafraid.
"Announcement of Wayne B. Whee
ler, general counsel of. the Antl-Su-loon
league, that the prohibition forces
are going to ask the convention to
present a solid front against Gover
nor Cox does not frighten us." Moore
said. "Wheeler, a Republican, tried
to beat Governor Cox in 1914 and
failed to do so.
"Up to tho time I left tho cast the
New York delegation had not decid
ed who they were going to support,
but wo hope to swing them over to
The New York delegation favors
modification of the Volstead act so
that each state may decide whether
it wants wines and beer, Mack said.
Beer and Wine.
"The poor as well as the rich arc
entitled to their bcyir and wine,"' ho.
said. "They should bo permitted to
settle the question for themselves,"
Some sort of a plank on the crisis
question also was favored by the del
egation, ho said. Ho announced that
the delegation had hold no meeting
to discuss a candidate and did not ex
pect to do so until it arrived In San
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P. C. Richardson Planned to
Attend Convention at
Shrlnoxa, cn route to. Portland, Ore,
to attend tha convontlon, , especially
such members as planned tho trip by
automobile, wero sadly disappointed,
according to P. C. Richardson, who
returned last nlpht to Ogdon from
Caldwell, Ida,, artcr having beon in
formed of the gasoline situation In
"Take either the train or a mule
team,'' was the advice which a Cald
well newspaper offered to tourists.
Information receivod indicated that
a strong political pull, togothw with a
doctor's prescription, is nece-nsarj' to
get a half pint of gasoline 'In Oregon.
Richardson returned but Morris
Flowers, who went with htm. kept on
towards Oregon from Caldwell, trust
ing to luck that he would be able to
procure tho necessary "essence" to op
erate his machine. In ovont of a fail
ure, ho vyill ship his car homo and con
tinue his Journey by rail, it Is said.
One Portland citizen, with a small
quantity of gasoline as a starter for
his engine, travelled to Caldwell on
coal oil, it was reported.
Mr. Richardson reports, that- tho
Journey between Ogdon and Boise is
delightful, and that conditions are
looking excellent all along the route,
especially in the vicinity of Twin Falls
LATE SPORTS !
LONDON, Juno IS. William T. Til
den, of Philadelphia, defeated Zenzo
Shimldzu, of Japan, 6-1. 6-1, and Wil
liam M. Johnston of San Francisco.
United States singles champion, do
feated Major Dudley P. Hay. 6-3, C-3.
in the semi-finals of the London lawn
tennis championship tournament hore
today. Bv these victories America has
already won tho English champion
ship. It only remains to bo seen
whether Johnston or Tllden Is the bet
ter man in the finals tomorrow.
Tllden and Johnston In defeating
Shimldzu and Dudley furnished the
most sensational tenuis thus far wit
nessed in the championship. Tho
Americans toyed with their opponents,
both of whom wore considered crack
players, especially tho Japanoso.
In, tho fourth round or tho doubles
Shimldzu and Nicholas Mlshu, of Ru
mania, beat the American player, Cap
tain Samuel Hardy, and BlacKbeurd of
South Africa. 6-3, 5-7, 6-4.
The outcome of the soml-flnals in
tho doubles made it certain that an
American pair also would win the
doubles championship. In this event
R. Norrls Williams and C. S. Garland
beat Shimldzu and Mishu C-H,
while Johnston and Tllden beat tie
British semi-finalists, Ritchie and
Fisher, 6-2, 6-0.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 13. John
D. Martin, yesldont 'of the Southern
association, today called a special
meeting of the league directors in
Memphis next Monday to consider tho
situation brought about by the refus
al of five of eight of the clubs In
tho league to play the Littlo Rock
club with "Casey" Smith In tho line
up. NEWPORT, R. I., June IS. For
the third successive day weather con
ditions today forced postponement of
the ninth race between the Resolute
and Vanities lor tho right to defend
the America's cup against Shamrock
IV next month.
BROOKLYN, Juno 13. Brooklyn
Chicago game postponed; wet grounds.
' BOSTON, Juno IS, Cincinnati-Boston
game postponed, rain.
PAIR I JAIL
MRS. GEORGE LEROY NELSON,
AND LIEUTENANT NELSON, U.
BANGOR Me. I fa a far, for
ory from tho house in Berkoloy
Square. London whore Mrs. George
LoRoy Nelson says she lived when
rho was the Baronoss do Beck,
to tho littlo Jail in Bangor, where
she and her husband, Lioutenunt
Nelson, await trial on an ar
son charge. Nelson mot his brido on
a Fronch boat. They came hero and
established a house such as Bangor
had novor seen with silver plato and
mahogany and servants. Tho house
burned In Maroh. The couplo wont to
Boston and nuido tholr insurance
claims. There arrest followed on a
charpc of pelting fire to the house.
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' DANCER AND HUSBAND FIGHT
FOR BABY JANE
NEW YORK This is Jane Neil, the "honey girl" of a "Hone
Girl" girl, TJene Riano, dancer in the "Honey Girl" comedy, is
fighting her husband, John W. Neil, to retain custody of Baby Jane.
Neil charges that his wife is unfit to care for the baby. She says, in jJ
her papers asking separation, that he is cruel and that she supported jJ
both him and the kiddie. jH
OIL COMPANY FAILS
TO OBTAIN ACREAGE
WASHINGTON. June 18. Applica
tion of the Honolulu Consolidated Oil
company for patent to 5.000 acres of
southern California oil land was de
nied in a decision rendered today at
the department of interior.
The land falls within the area, ot tM
the public domain withdrawn from
entry In 1009, and Secretary Payne H
held that the company had not met
tho conditions of subsequent legislation
which required evidence of "diligent ,
prosecution of work" to discover oil,
prior to withdrawal. lM
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