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l THURSDAY. JULY ,. ,9 Sty? XVb jZXiimUm OGDEN UT.H
I i BESSIE 1
in alluring one-piece
5 bathing suits, gorgeous
party gowis and
pretty sport clothes
J ( Benic BarriscaU.
H "THE WOMAN
By DuVcrnet Rabeil
A A Corking Good Show
I F ZENIRYSHAPE"
1 His Heart Goes 'Plump-piump'
When 'Bee-yu-tee-ful Ladee'
Reveals Her Wonderful
. ie raypoi l pat I ((
"Ree-gard sis eye'. Est is tr's nolri
tninemcnt ' to me, man cher.
H "You remember xc Lime I g.t peenchi
H nt zc pict&lre Jo
H ova r. ee bee-i u-tei -ful lad
H who ilo ''
H i how 1 love 7 it ladee! Ze sec
H r.c more love When "
L9L9B come on ze screen I call out 'Brava!'
H and ge-f z" Even
B body say look nt me, and siy: ". nut!
H Put hcm out'.' Zo ushalre he! tnp mej
v "Een u -1
H I sing. Nenl Non! rot she has on
HI ze skin of
HI N - I'M
HHj I like zt frog, tocnk
HH I Ing-sult Ziit stick to her like ze skin,
B i tine bust! I get hot In ze colnlre my
HH j I to hap -pee bom you!'
HH '.' people 'Outside! You
HH i GSef him ee ii1"" '. ushalrs he,
HH bis fecrt In ze eye So! Zen land
HV "Vou like to see Zc
Hl I wlz ze e-fnl Altont-;
HHHl ' B-trriocsde In 'Zt,
I I sflehSall Married
HH "fckacre Nom de Dleul Hut she ha
HHI what vou mil fee nift shape!"!
HH One the exclUns scenes m "The
, Doug Fairbanks in "When
H ; the Clouds Ro'l By," and Jack
II Dompsey in "Daredevil Jack,"
I 4 at the COZY today, last times.
Hll ' m tin United
Hi ' St at e have reached a total length of
HI t i
J Auto Stolen
H ! I License Nc 7309
HJ 1 'or return of cat; $!5 for ao-
I ' prehension of thievea. Ford tour-
Hjj 3 ing car, 1917 model, new one-man
HJ j top. Strornhtrg carburetor, extra
j tire on rear, new rear fender, de
Report Ogdcn Police Station
i Call and See Me For yCjr
H Loweat Pricet Conalatent With
:-i:a Mudicn Prone 792 M.
Cutting of Hay Underway:
Second Crop Halted by Wee
vil in Some Sectons
rrlgated rrops tbrouRhout the stales
h;o- hml rapid development, th- first
run In Of alfalfa Is underway In the
intermediate and higher districts and
the iecond crop Is beinK retarded by
preeTil at Deseret and in the Salt
Lake valley. sas the weekly rynge
and crop review issued by J. Cecil
Alter, state meteorologist.
The report follows:
A rapid dcvrioprm-ni of all Irri
gated crops was noted, this week,
though dry land grain-, being in the
filling and ripening stages, have con
Untied to dnerioiatc for want of
rain; spring .'.own varieties will not
mature a crop in parts of Salt Lake
Winter wheat Is In the dough stage
at Oal: t'itv. and (fl being cut at
Modena, wl:ei- rye has been cut; at
Park Valley some rye linn been rut
for bay. The flrrt fitting of alfalfa
is belni; made generally in Ihe inter
mediate :md higher valleys, the work
being well along at r.lm'i. and half
done at Rlchfiold; heavy crops are
reported at Hcber and Price. At
Deseret and In the Salt Lake valley
the second allalf". crop is being re
larded by vecll. thuugli the Weather
has been rather favorable for stub
Favorable weather has aided weevil
praing in the Sevier and Sanpete
valleys. Tomatoes have done well,
though the crop is late. panning
peas, potatoes, and bets have also
done well. lieets promise unusually
Well at Manli. Som;- irrigating has
been done In the beet fields at Rich
field, end the field work ir. Wall
along. Fruit has de veloped favorably
jind cherry picking has advanced
The late apple jrop Is small at
Hcber, but apples at Elberta are do
ing much better. The lower ranges
and some paiture? in intermediate
levels arc showing the need for rain,
though bliuwcis on tin 2 v li and 'JJtth
were beneficial locally. The higher
iHngs. where most of the stock are j
now .grazing, are axccllepl and stock j
Highways have bren improved lo
callv by showers, thjjgh they arc i
siill dusty i'.nd rutly as a rule.
.miiiu, u.t iiij;ii o. low Ji.uii
at Us best.
Elko. Nevada, high 84, low 31
Rang! fair, .sior-k good.
Evanston, Wyo., hish 76, low co.
Crops good: range needs rain.
Logan, Utah, high 80, low 44.
Ranpo and stock good.
McOlll. Nevada, high 8S, low 44.
Stock good, high rang? excellent.
liontpeller, Idaho, bigfa B0 low 34.
Stork and Range ixcelhnt.
Oakley, Idaho, hi.-;i fjo. low 32
Stock and range g od.
Pocatello. Idaho, hlgli 86. low 46
Ra ns greatly .--u'e i r.ir.
Salt Lake City, Utah, high 88, low
60. Crops doing
BIG TIME 4TH
Old Time Observance ot In
dependence Day Will Be
Hooper residents are preparing for'
their Independence la o lebratiAns
ti. lie In .J Monday, July 5. Arthur
Woollcy of Ogden his oharg of the
day'a relcbratlon. A proxrani of
sports and oilier activities has been
At sunrise il-.ro will be a flag sa
lute, followed by a town serenade,
played by I he band. At 9:30 a. m.j
there will be a ball game, between
the Hooper school tcuin and the Tay
lor school team, nlth a program driv
en ut the City park nt 11 o'clock. I
In the afternoon, there will be SpOItS
of all -kinds for both old and youas, '
Tl. ro will clso be a horse race. fol-
lon-cd by another ball game between'
the Hooper laagUS team and the Clin-'
ton league team.
Former High Coach
and Ogden Girl Wed
IIijs DcIIa Tracy nnd Clarence
Douglas, former igdei, High school!
coach, wen- married last evening at
the residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. David
t. Tracy by Bishop M. 8. Marriott.
Mlaa Tracy w.is attended by Vera
Tracy, bridesmaid; Mrs. j. v. i'id-
eook, matron of honor, und mis Lois
Marriott, maid of honor: little Mia
Margaret 1'ldcock wag rlngbearer. and
little Miss Helen Umrttt, flOWei Klrl
' Arch Moyea acted as best man.
I Following the wedding, the bride
anl groum were given it reception ut
tho fnlvcrslty club rooms About two
I hundred guests called during thn e -i
ening. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas depart
ed last eenlng on their honeymoon.
I They will nxakc their nome In Salt
Moist Outlook for
Ogden Is Forecast
gden and vicinity la due for a
i "slightly moist" period cither tonight
'or tomorrow with the arrival of
showers predicted by the Cnlti-d State
'weather bureau In a report which
reached ogden this mornlnr The
report predicted "probable showers in
i northeastern section tonight or Fn
Yesterday" ma 'mum temperature
waa kl degree, with a minimum of
' 13 degrees This morning ihe Dim ur
reached II degree at the lowest point
California rfinerlo contain onlyl
half the stock of gasoline they had a
year ago. I
Chinese Must Stop
Say City Officials
Gambling among Chinese in Ogdcn
Is to be stamped out. The celestials
were glen warning thlji morning that
any attempts to conceal games of
chance as they have In the past will
mean the Immediate iwooping down of
' officers of the law upon them, with
I the authority of the mayor and city
commission behind then to 'take any
. runs.- net ey..4.,r in bringing the guil
ty ones to Justice,
The ultimatum came following a re-
I port made bl J Ra) Ward, commis
sioner of public sufety following pro-
I te st of Charlie Bloat) nnd a Chinese
delegation yesterday to the commis
sion that they were being persecut
ed bj police officers. Sloan declared
'that du lng a recent raid upon a Chi
nese store the officers broke down
J their doors and used rough tactics
which he Intimated fhouid not be ln-
1 dulged m by the policemen.
roc Inn stigatcd.
immisaloner Ward reported at tho
meeting tills morning that the case
, hml been thorougrhly Investigated and
I -a hen It foinjil' ed in outline of hi.;
Stand iii the matter It m apparent
that the hinese would have done well
; to have Kcijt their protests to them-
selves It res j lied m the mailer of
rambling b i"g brougiit to an issue,
! In wiiicn it is i. mde clear tht the ce
, u tlala will emerge from the battle
second best If Ihey insist upon carry -
mg on games In tne ruture.
Qomntisstoner Waid and Mayor
Francis this morning not only ap
proved, bill commended the action
t tal, tii bj Officers Waller Moore and
j Robert Chambers Va raiding the Ciil
m -tore at '.'IC5 Grant avenue Ia3t
week. In which several alleged gam
blers were arrested nnd later are said
to have forfeited then- bail
The Chinese yesterday cried that
the Officers broke In their doOfS :ud
took $S00 of their money as they
were quietly .-.itling about and ronvers-
lng innocently among bags of rice and
I tea In the basement of the store
The officers' side of the story was
entirel) different. They declared they
j had raided ihe place early in the even
ing and had arrested vera! of the
men who were gambling They re
turned thlr.N minutes Inter, they t,aid,
and surprised participants of another
came who evidently thought that one
raid was enough for one evening and
they were saie.
ifflcer Moore testified that as he
AND SET RECORD
Traveling overland in a de luxe
train leaving the train lo mount
an aeroplane and ufter a swift
Journey, deliver an address, and
after attending a dinner, board
ing the same train miles away
from the point of departure is
some feat. Here's how it is to bo
Next Tuesday morning, bright
and early, to he exact, at 4 55
a. m., H. H. Barker. Idaho flyer.
Will meet tho ( 'vcrland limited of
the I'nlon Faclflc nt Granger,
"Pussyfoot" Johnson, prohibi
tion lecturer, will Step into Bar
ker's plane, nnd In an in.uant the
two men will be on their way to
Geoding. Idaho, on a 387-mile
journey. No jitopa Will be made
Johnson will address members
of the Gooding Chamber of Com
merce, have luncheon with busi
ness men of the town and then
board the same train at 3:0S p. i
m. on tne afternoon of July 6.
The train time for tho distance I
Ik about 10 hours, while liarker
expects to make the dl.'tancc In
4 hours. lhun giving the speaker
plenty of djne before the arrival
of the Limited
Reserve Bank Warns
of Counterfeit Note
Local railroad officials have been
warned to be on the lookout for a
bogus $10 Federal Iteserve note, the
warning coining from San Francisco
The note Is described as folJoWSI
"On the Federal Iteserve bank of
St. Louts. Mo.. chSOk letter 1 B' ; ser-,
tjl number HS71268A; portrait of
Jackson; John Burke. Treasurer of
the I'ntted Slates, V. j. McAdoo.
Secretary of the 'Treasury. 'This
counterfoil Is a very poor straight;
photographic note, no attempt being
made to Color the seal or serial num
ber on the face of the note. The
denomination!! I numbers have been
colored wah white ink. The back ofi
the note shows a bungling attempt ut
Coloring wnh green crayon. The notei
should not deceive tho ordinary han-
dler of money." "
Goes East to Pave
Way for Athletes
Coach Walter Christv of the L'nlver-)
sity of California was an Ogden vlsl-
tor today en route to Boston where
he will prepare for the arrival of the
western rcpresentatB ep to the finals
for the American team July IT.
Coach Christy vai strong In his
praise for the sprinter. Haymond of
the 'gilen A. A.. Ktrksey of the Uni
versity of California. Paddock of the
University of Southern California and!
Williams of Spokane.
"They re the fastest ouartett in the
world and it Is a certainty that theyl
illl make the trip overseas. Haymond
had some tough luck in his trlsl heat I
Sil'inl.iv but hoillil Ne at.. to
cop the furlong In the eastern meet.
I pick Paddock to win the cenlur J
with Ktrksey second and Scholtz of!
Gerard Here En Route
From San Francisco
James W. Gerard, former ambassa-l
dor of the United States to Oermany.
was in gden last night en route east
He was scheduled, according to his
secretary, to attend the national Hem - i
i'crat. convention, and his hurried
trip east, is somewhat of a surprise, i
He waa met at the depot by evrali
attempted to enter the outer door of
j the store a Chinese jumped from be
hind and attempted to close It. He
I said he placed his foot Inside and it
.was ne..es;..ir to i xert force in push
I ing the door open. Entering the outer
room, he Maid that another Chinese
Jumped In front of the second dool
I and would not move until he had been
I grabbed by lbs neck and thrust aside.
Breaking Into the inner room, the
I officers declared, a wild scene met
(their eves Chinese were feverishly
j thrusting money Into their pockets and
in the scramble, money was scattered
throughout the room. One chjnesc
had gathered up the dice, they said,
, together with money and had placed
! into u bag and was thrusting it into
j his pocket. The efflcers took the hag
i away from him, but did not take
money from the pockets of tho others,
I it was said.
Held a 1 v lib-no.
I It way found that more than $300
In CSSh was contained In the bag and
( upon the floor and this wa.i gathered
j up anu brought to the police station.
It is now being kept a evidence, to-1
get her with the dice and other gamb
ling fixtures, it was said. This money
" s asked to be returned yesterday by
the Chinese delegation, but they were
Mayor Francis said today that thei
matter now has been brought 10 an
isoue and gambling must go. Stern
'action will be taken to see that this
ultimatum Is carried out. he said. The
mayor, and city commissioners vvin
stand behind the police officers until
every festering sore, wl ich has flour-i
Ished in Chinatown during the paxt
years is completely wiped out, tiicy
Mayor Francis said that to wink at
sliklit Infractions of the law In the'
Chinese quarters in the future will I
mean that the officers of the city will
In later tempted to permit even great-'
j er violations and If they do so, cor
ruption of the department will result.
He said he was glad the opportunity
to clean up the section had at last
'presented its If. and declared his cru
. sade will be carried out with great
Officers In the Chinese district In
'the future will be ordered to overlook
j no infraction of the law, no matter!
how slight. It was Stated. Arrests andl
prosecution CO the fullest extent of the
I law will tie In order at the flr.U out
I break in days to come, he declared.
I AGED PEDESTRIAN
I HERE TO SHATTER
George Chisholm. aged 65, listed
among the trrc.-u walkers In the world,
was an I 'gden visitor for a short time
today en route to Chicago where he
will attempt to shatter Edward Payson
Weston's record for the hike from Chi
lo New York.
Chisholm, despite his age. appears
to he full of pepper and stated today
at the I'nion Depot that he would at
tempt to shatter the present record
and then retire from the game. He
owns a large estate in Albertn, Canada.
A compound culled "fire-snow" has
been Invented for extinguishing oil
GALLON ( QUART
A delicious dessert for three
or four a quart is enough;
or to serve a large party with
abundance nothing pleases
Choose your Sunday dessert
now from these four tempting
Rich and Pure
Umtah Supreme M ik and
Cream contains high nourish
ment values. Fresh every
day from healthful sources
and bottled In our modern,
aamtary dairy, it comes to
you the perfect summer t me
food Use them regularly. We
deliver every morning
COMBE 4. NELSON. Props.
3667 Washington Ogden
Omaha Man Thinks Wilson's
Son-in-law or Clark
William G. McAdoo the "Crown
Prince" and Champ Clark, are the
two men that have a good chance nt
landing the presidential plum of the
I 'emocratic ticket according to Harri
son Walters, of maha. who spent el
few hours In i.'gden today on his re
turn to Omaha from the coast,
"Wilsonlan backers for McAdoo are
thick in San Francisco nnd, believe
me. they Intend to put up a Stiff bat-'
tie." said Mr Walters today.
"McAdoo has been nicknamed tho
"Crown Prince" at San Francisco and
In all parts of the cltj at the leadlnc
hotels, the chatter Monday was in
favor of the former railroad adminis
trator for the honors. However.
Champ 'lark also looms as a possible
winner and In my estimation he will
be the man nominated."
Walters stated that some of the ho
tels were charging as much as $1
per day for a room, while other prices
for meals were also high. Hotels In
the hri section are doing a land-offlco
business, he concluded.
Woman's Story Gets
Her Fine Cut Down
Maine Iforlettl, it years old. charg
ed with having liiior in her posses
sion, presented a problem lo Judge D. :
K. Roberts when she appeared for trial
She operates tho Olive rooming !
house, according to the police
Mrs. Morlettl purchased a gsllon Jug
of whiskey three weeks ago for $30.,
her 13-year-Old son. who acted as In-1
terpreter. told the court A stranger
at her rooming house sold tho woman
the liquor. It is said.
She admitted purchasing the
whiskey the police say, adding that it
was bought with the view of selling
it. Probably the statement that she
had taken this means to procure mon-
ey for her youngsters, three in num-,
tier, was taken into consideration. Her
husband died a number of years ago.
she said, and since that time she had
tried to make a living for herself und
The woman could scarcely talk for
the tears that welled from her cc
nnd tho sobs that choked her voice.
Her youngster related a good portion)
of the story to the court.
Judge Roberts stated that although
under similar circumstances, with the
exception of the children Involved, that
he would have imposed the maximum
sentence. Ilecause of the mitigating
circumstances, however, a minimum
fine of $50 was imposed
Fears Husband; Gets
Fear that her husband. William H.
Krusl, might assault her following her
filing of suit for divorce yesterday,
Elizabeth Krusi todaj obtained an or
der signed by Judge A. W. Agee In
the district court restraining the hus
band from molesting her and barring
him from withdrawing an account
from the bank until the suit la settled.
In the restraining order It Is set
forth that the husband threatened to
withdraw funds totaling $1300 from
the bank In the event thut divorce pro
ceedings were Instituted against him
and is alleged to have threatened to
do his wife bodily Inurv
The funds, according to the order
are in the Security State hank here.
In her complaint filed vestcrday.
Mrs. Krusl charged cruel and Inhuman
treatment against Krusl and alleged
that he compelled her to live in a
one-room shack at Kosmo. Utah and
would not permit conversation for
hours at a time, except when he told
her to "pack your grips and get out
Of here nnd stay out." Mrs Krusl
said she stood this kind of treatment I
until she became nervous and sick and
then returned to ( 'gden.
No Cases in District
Court; Attaches Rest
Attaches of both div isions of the i
district court nro again having If
"soft " today. There Is a total n t - 1 1
of cases in both Judge A. W At;.
court and Judge A. E. Pratt's dlv islon
and consequently the court workers
have plenty of time to read the vivid
accounts of the proceedings of the(
Democratic convention and to laugb,
over the juggling of the English lanju-
age by King I-ardner and Irvln Cobb ;
In Judge Pratt's court tomorrow
there w-lll be a setting of cases for the
coming term and lr Judge Affee'S divi
sion the case of Barker and companv j
:galnt Walker I. Hlnes, representing
the United States railroad admlnlstra-'
Hon, will he on the calendar.
Montana County Clerk
Motors From Kalispel!
S. C Bibee. of Kallspell. Mont . '
I clerk and recorder of Flathead conn-
;ty, which adjoins Glacier national
park, la in gden visiting at the home,
of Lou I .arson, 29SI Adams avenue.
With Mrs. Bibee and their son. Hon-;
laid, the lllbees made the trip from'
Kallspell to Ogden by motor, coming
by way of Missoula, Anaconda and)
i Mrs. Charles L. Keller, formerly of'
tigden. but now a resident of Kails-1
I pell, accompanied the Blbees to g-
dl n She will visit with relatives hero!
I for about ten days.
t'pon the return to Montana the
motOf party w ilt spend a week In
Yellowstone national park.
Child Bitten Upon
Chest by Pet Dog
Florence Katsmeses. four-year-old I
daughter of A. Katameaea. 131 Twenty-Sixth
street, waa bitten on the chest,
lost evening at 7 30 o'clock, by a small
i white dog. belonging to neighbor
The father of the girl complained to J
the police and alleged that the own-,
j era of the dog have hidden the anl
j mat on several orations when the dog
i catcher has called to get the dog. The
' man claims that his neighbor' dogi
baa neither license nor musle.
STORES CLOSED 1
Avoid the Saturday afternoon rush and get, quick accurate
service Snutrd.iy morning in our stores and markets. The very
best of all cuts of meats will be found in -ur markets if yov
come before the afternoon rush. Shop early Saturday. Take
home a big roast Saturday to last over Sunday and Monday
Our stores closed all day Monday.
Some of Our Prices m
SPRING LAMB VEAL JWj
, . o Shoulder roi it . . . 25
rr.Mit quarters 22 .... u
Hind quart ra 25 8 r"a"' :rr .
Lamb chops 30 Veal stei ISr'
PQRK Shoulder veal chops . . . 2S
Wh thou era 22c choPa 30r I
Pork roast shoulders 25c 45c LEMONS 33c IS.
1 ork steak 30c v e , ,
No rourtn pi Julj k rom-
BEEF plete without an abundance o!
20c riii boil . . lOc lemonade Gel our choice, large
20c-25c po1 roast 12' o-18c juiej 15c sire lemons ;it dozen
lOe rib roaal standard ." . 23c 3Se
40c rib roast rolled . 3fc bakt a ham
rump roast, 20r .,,,,1 23c n BAKE A HAM
25c shouldei steak . 20c , 1 " ' ' " customers are
hakinp; a hnli or whole bam For
r"n"'1 . . . . 30c their MlMi,v outing
10c iirloir, steal 30c Half, mild cure ham, lb llic
m,- r-bonc steak .... 32c Whole, mild eun I im lb 10c
For the Picnic J
Everything for your outing Monday can be found at our
stores Don t forget your Becco for the picnic. i
2 15c small bottli s Becco -."c
." 15t small bottles Becco 6."c
12 1 5 Bmall bottles Becco 91.35
2 25c large bottles Becco 35 r
5 25c large bottles Bi 85c
12 25c largi bottli 8 Becco $2.00
I Nice I"' of larpr. new California pr..;t'"' - i pounds 50c ; J" I
pounds fur 95c- Jk
Clearfield Men Fined
on Bad Check Charge
Oeorge T Crossman. 32. a resident
of I'learfield. appeared before the city
court this morning charged with Issu
ing checks without funds in the bank.
Four chocks, aggregating SCO. SO were
in the hands of County Attorney
loneph B. Bjites, nnd ronsnuin ,id
mlttcd hnvlng presented them. It Is
eine check for Jo0 is said to have
bpen Issued to i ". B Klchaidson upon
the Security Stuto bank, and another
for $7 upon the Clearfield Stnte bnnk
in favor of the Farmers' Milling com
pany. Other checks are also said to
have been issued by Crossman for
Crossmun nnld that he b.id t.ik-n
B chance that he would have snffl-
lent money n the bank to make good
his discrepancy but that u.frf ir
onmstanees h"d occurred IB- was
tine.) $10 or io days,
t'rossman said he was married and
was the father of five children
Gets Ninety Days in
Jail in Liquor Charge I
Clsy Wltten. who the police siy, bbbbbL
looked too long upon the flowing bowl, fassEf
was given $9u or !o days by ritv Lssaf
Judge D, Tl. Roberts this morning nLsskr
Captain Johnathan Jones snd Moore (
ple-adfd for leniency to no avail 1
Wltten. termed S 'repeater" by the ksaaH
little place on Canyon Koad nnd had BbsaD
worked himself ill to clear and plant iaB
It. lie has the place planted with SbsbbbK
potatoes and tomstoes be said ana un- av
Icr fWSCUSd from J tl h hl frkndr V i
v (i I 'in bl, lime. BB
Wltten said thai when bin nine- m
overcame him that he tried various
romcdlct without reaults. lie tin i ffH
took a drink or two which resulted In
his inebriated condition. And hSfailSS
of the drink. Wltten stands a good
. ban "f losing tl,.- rc'ilt' of hla
nnd labor through the spring nnd
essex I I
I Makes Speed Run To Logan t
I of 1 Hour, - 26 Minutes ft
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Fox. pssseners OO the trip with off jajg of bhi Ogidtfl LasaStssal
alotor Car Co I j:
The KsfX tniiriii car usd is a sto.-k model that has mmzt
travel, , mure than 10,000 miles B
This same Essex is today passing through Ogden on a
24 hour endurance teat Watch for it j
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