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LOVE AND THE STAGE!
AND A YOUNG GIRL'S
WILLIAM FOX Presents
I SHIRLEY MASON
The best picture she
In a Fascinating Romance in
Which Art and Cupid Collide
I Love s riarvest
From Pearl Doics Bells
Novel. "His Harvest"
Howard M. Mitchell
I At UTAH
IOgden Sportsmen 16
Hold Meeting Tonight
Ono of the ni' : important nicotines
"of the "Weber County Rod and Gun
Club during lh, pr---onl :nr will be
held tonight at s o'clock In tho coun
ty: court house. The iir-.pos"il "XtrM
j slon of the chicken hoolinj season'
will be dlciis"-il ari'l .is a result it
1a'predlct d that recommendation will
, he made to the state fish and gome
I department to defer the opening of
I tho season until Soptcmber 1 or 16, j
I The late spring and the smal) size,
4 of the chickens at present will cause
j a wholesale slaughter If 'he reason'
j Is opened at the soH'dulnl time this;
9 year, the club officials say.
j The mourning dove ceaaon this year'
f is in the hnncis of the government, due i
7 to the migrator bV"d regulations, ac
cording t.j officials, ;md the govern-1
ment has set from September i to I
30 as the shooting period. However 1
efforts will be made to only allow
! the period open between September,
H IB and 30, according to the club of-1
Suit Is Filed en
m Promissory Note
j Thomas D. Perrlns ihls morning
Hf filed suit against M. L. de Julian In ,
f! district court seeking to recoer
H 't4i, alleged to be due on a promts I
r sory note. According to the complaint
Hl defendant executed the note on I
1 i:iy S. 191?. for S.Mmi tmd thre 's ?tlll
HB a h;'.lance Of $4 41 due. Mr Perrln3
HI ; re that lono shares of stock were
HjK B&cn OS security, but the stock is
HF worthless. He asks Judgment andj
I "EXCUSE MY BUST"
Wallace ReicL in his
greatest picture at
Utah Theatre Sunday.
Foreign Grown Foodstuffs Are
Practically Out of Local
Utah fruits and vegetables now hold
way on the local market and the
I home products have almost entirely
crowded out the foreign. Practically
oilier states are watermelons and can
Utah cucumbers are the latest in
the vegetable line to invade tho, local
markets and may be obtained at a
reasonable price two for fifteen cents.
New potatoes have slumped in price
and now sell at nine and ten cents
Cherries are of exceptional quality
this year and although the crop was
reported as unusually small, they may
be purchased at a fair price The
best grades sell for 15 tents a pound
and othet grades at ten rents Straw
berries hae almost entlrelj dissapear
cd and within the next few days t'tah
raspberries are expected to Like their
Utah gooseberries are reasonable at
12 1-2 cents a pound and are of ex
ceptional slr.e and of fine quality
other tUah products which are on
the market at fair prices are currants,
string beans, peas, cauliflower and
Man Resting Easy
The condition of William Fields
employe of the southern Pacific rail
road shops, who suffered the loss of
two fingers o.i his left hand and hud
two flng.-r- nf :he right hand crushed
as tho result of an accident early yes
terda) morning, is reported as much
improved today and the workman is
renting easy. 1 f- is in the Dee hos
pital The painful injuries resulted from
the falling of a heavy locomotive
holler which crashed down upon Mr
Held' hands, when Jack slipped ac
cording to reports.
Flyer to Come Here
or Pioneer Day Event
" Aviator H. H. Barker, who had W.
E, "Pussyfoot" Johnson, prohibition
lecturer as Ms passenger on a trip
I'rom Granger, Wyo.i to Gooding, Ida.,
the fore part of lh present week will
be Keen in action In these parts dur
ing the pioneer day celebration ac
cording to word received by officials
Barker has been flying in all parts
of Idaho, Wyoming and Montana for a
number of months and is said to be
one of the best pilots In this section.
Stunt fixing and passenger cairylng
will be on the program.
Cobb mi Lardaer
Here With Hcosiers
More thin 1"0 Indiana representa
tives to the national democrat! con
vention at San Francisco were gden
visitSrs last night en route east. Sev
enty flVa members of the party took
n trip to Ogden canyon and enjoyed
a trout and chicken dinner at the
Hermitage before departing for Yel
Sixty-throe delegates from Illinois
are due In Ogden this evening Irom
Ring Lardncr and Irving Cobb
humorists, were members of tho In
diana pan v.
WllT. JOIN FINANCIAL MEET
WASHINGTON July S. The
United States will be represented un
officially at tho BruBBCl's financial
congress under the league of nations
on July 2.1, Secretary Houston an
ELKS' PURPLE DAY
OGDEN ELKS' PURPLE
DAY AT LAGOON WED
NESDAY, JULY 14. REG
ULAR OLD TIME ELKS'
PICNIC. EVERYBODY IN
VITED. FEATURES GA
LORE. PACK UP A LUNCH
BASKET AND COME
Gypsy Yarn Spinner Will Meet
! Young Folks in Different
Parts of City.
"Tell me a story" Is one of the fre
quent demands of children. This re-1
Quest will be met In ' gden Saturday
In a unique manner.
There will be two stor telling hour
Saturday under thj direction of Miss
(Josephine Randall, national plu
j ground workei who is In 1 'gden this
I month Miss Randall has arranged
for a gypsy story teller to meet the
children Saturday afternoon on the
sotith half of the depot grounds it
I 2.30 o'clock and at the corner of j
1 Washington avenue and Twelfth stre I
at 4 o'clock. The children In these
communities are Invited to gather at
these two locations at the hours
named for the outdoor stories.
The Gypsy" storyteller is one of
the young women who has been as-'
listing In the play work and who In
gyps) co tume will meet the little ones
tinder B shading tree and amuse and1
Instruct them with entertaining tales.
This Idea has ben very successful
ly carried out In other cities ami If
It Is found thai It meets a need here
it win be continued
I SENDS MERCURY
TO 93 DEGREES
S "Sy Tfl u '' 1 a blistering
a " '-W ran and ut 1 1 1 l I -
JrWv f breezi yesterday was
JT-. ' 1 ' hotteei daj of
-v -1 i . iii ' i r l 1).
jpi niercurj avlatin I
greei 1 1 1 1
fi.pBf eciip in) the former
' record at the
C ? 9tr'' l b one di re rwo
.-Srr days Ihl e r Mi
5ag thermometer has
shown a maximum '
v - ol ' . roes
ILL This morning was
, I 1 1 ! : 1 1 thi wan
I th- year, the minimum In the early:
I hours only caching 06 degrees, which'
; is from five to ten degrees higher than j
.the average during the post month.,
I Although itlr'n temperatures are prom
ised for today, a stirring breeze was
felt during the morning which brought
yesterday's minim im temperature
wna 57 degrees.
Generally fair tonight and Satur
! day Cooler tomorrow " This was
'the prediction of th. Inlted States
weather bureau which reached Ogden
! Nmth Ward
Will Swim Tonight
The first of a series of social events,
to be held by the members of the
s inth ward chot: will be held this
evening at the Utah Hot Springs !The
I object of the little socials and enter
tainment Is to keep tho members ir.
touch with one another and to have
he Spirit Of friendship grow stronger..
Fun of every description will feature,
ih- entertainment this evening There
will 1,,- swimming for thoc who wis.i
dancing and games ice cream and
cake will be sered.
The trip Is to be made by autos
and the membl rs will meet this eve
ning at 7 o'clock promptly at the
Ninth ward meeting house.
MOW THEY STAND
tin, a. D McLeod ids?;,
Mrs. W. H. Cahlll 7:'f'0
Miss Bessie Miles &8S0
Miss Helen WOOds
Miss Laverne Monroe 1!'7'.
Miss Blanche Barton 4.',o'
Miss Inez lngehrelsen 1260
Miss Grace' Burton 1iT."
Mrs Rose P. Camp lOoOj
Mrs. Edward Lewis 900 j
Miss Luc'.le Morrison 860.
Mrs. Ruth G Dunn 625
Miss Ruth Fife 35"
Miss Myrtle Tracy 300
Miss Merl Jarrell 225,
Miss I'leo Jones 175i
Mlsrf Crlssle Hodge 150
Miss Mary Rhodes 100
Miss Esther Harris 100
Miss (ra Wadrup io0
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank the many kind
friends and relathes for the beautiful
floral offerings, and for th- kindness
shown us during the death of our bc-j
loved daughter, Helen. I
MR "D MRS. ROT GRIFFIN
1 Newest Styles of High Grade Shoes I I
I at Very Attractive Prices I I
$ Stylcs ma-v come Z but the corn. S I Smartness and comfort are cleverly ! Ml
U fortable, graceful oxford is always in I ' ( 9 combined in the miliary heel oxford g
demand. $8 00 white nile cloth, now- I ?10 black Irid oxford, now I
& $5.95 Men,a Iow shocSi coo( inviting 0ur I $7.95 ?
K Odds and ends women's ahoesnp to $12 I Q7 White canvas keda pumps with and M
M values. Two lots v.Ou I without strap; also lace oxj ad fi
M 1 (HA AC I mil mil I fords. su:es 2V2 to 6, $3.50 0 JljJ f
I j oxf l "
I Tlio cool barefoot sacdal; aU leather B A saucy bow adds the iaal toixch to t) It
v& i the kind that wears 2 n, -u: Wk
m I I ;"ese c"ic summer ties. m
W The Open Throat Tie Is Very Smart II r n r 1 f r I H
white canv Fr.ncK $6.50 i to " $1.V5 I Black Kid, French heel $9.95 B
I ST 'ZZ'ZZ $TX" 8 ' to 11 2. 15 I Tan Kid, French heel. $10.95 I fv':
Vhitc kid, Cuban t( fr M-.1t r f s r I ! n
I heei $9.95 to 2 2.65 White Kid, French h'l $10.95 g Jr
E W. JONES SHOE CO. I
SHOES FOR MEN. WOMEN, CHILDREN I
I 2461 WASHINGTON AVE. I
DOES OF EVERY
Animals Held in Pound For
Owners; Killed If Not
The lives of ten dogs, some blndderl.
some ClirSi some Kindly, some Iclous,
. r .snuffed out last night in payment
of the penalty for running: the streets
of Ogden without muzzles The dog
catchers, working under direction of
ihr city board of health. In the cam
paign to prevent the threatened spread
of rabbles were unusually active yes
terday and at sundown 'en shii were
fired, each putting an end to ono of
the animals which ranged from pup
ples to large collies and mastiffs.
This morning seven more dogs were
I rounded up within an hour by G. S".
noon they had all met the executioner
las a result of careless ownership.
In the carload of dogs which were
brought to the city hall this morning
on their way to sudden death at the
hands of the authorities, there were
'animals of ever; hr-cd. size and dls-i
position, There was one small pu-l
py, onlj a our, but with laughing e;.es'
ind :i willingness to sho his friend-1
Illness and confidence in licking thci
hand that was soon to k)ll This puppy
made friends with all the city cm
ploycs who ruahed out to inspect tho;
unfortunate animals, and when hei
left on his Journey tto th- pound, there!
ivii man.-' a heavy henrt that turned;
back to the city building
There is another dog, a black and
I white Lewellyp setter, who has proved i
jhimself a ilouillni, and has success
fully escaped fro mthe pound where
he was lodged several days ago. The
dog was not executed immediately up
on capture, as Is usually the rule, due
to the fact that he was an unusually
valuable animal and his intelligence I
I won him a stay of sentence until ef
forts could be made to find him a
home In the meantime, however, tho,
dog seemed to resent being lodged
with animals of inferior breed and
'during then Ighl dug up several boards
I of the floor, and squeezing through,
escaped No trace has been found by
the dog catchers as yet, although
sharp watch has been kept since his
In spite of the fact that approxi
mately eight dogs are killed daily In
the campaign, the authorities report
that the numbers of animals running
the streets without muzzles, has noli
decreased to any marked degree Tin
drive will be continued, It was declared'
until every dog is put to death If found!
running ;it large without the rcquiredi
All Fraternal Orders
A representative from every Fra
ternal order In Ogden Is earnest! re
quested to meet at the council cham
ber In the City Hall at 2 p. m , Sun
das July 13. to arrange for the big
All-Fraternal day at I agoon to be
held on Julv 29
S T QUERY, Chairman.
Following the thlrtv ears' war In
the 17th century German literature
suffered a serious setback. I
! Aviator Unhurt When
Plane Takes Tumble
Eddie Brooks, former army flyer,
who recently grilled Ogdenltes In the
air had a closo call from death on July
5 while en rout from Montrose to M i
Tellurlde. Colorado, according to word H
brought here by Sam Claphura, wrest-
Brooks and his mechanlcan were j I i', "'"
en route to Tellurlde clipping off I
many miles an hour when the left m
wing of the plane broke loose. A cr.i-li
came whl. h vus unavoidable u H
Brooks und his mechanician were K9L
M. W. A.-R. N. A. p
Everybody out to the big lecture
and feed tonight Fraternltv block.
G W KELLER. Consul M. W ,
SARAH DLSEN, "rael- R x.
! THE YELLOW MILLER'S
THE YELLOW W P
I SIGN NEXT DOOR TO CARR'S DRUG STORE 302-25th Su SIGN
I I GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE I Mi
Right now In the heart of the hot weather season, when merchandise should be sold at a profit, we are selling goods far below today's wholesale cost. We have proven that w mer.n what we
j advertise. If you have not taken advantage up to now, you have atlll a chanceto buy your needa at very low price. Our tables are filled with bargalno from the front to the end of the store
J Men's Suits Men's Shoes Men's Pants Men's Shirts Men's Hats Men's Underwear Men's Hose
I $16.85 $2.75 I $1.95 $1.15 $2.95 63c s FOS I ?
I Men's Suits j Men's Shoes Men's Pants Men's Shirts Men's Hats Men's Underwear wo.of f
I $21.85 $3.95 $2.95 $1.35 $345 95c 35c
" ' " Men's Lustre Lisle &i
Men's Suits Men's Shoes Men's Pants Men's Shirts Men's Hats Men's Underwear Hose I'
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