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H , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920. 3 I
9 h THE LAMPS 7
ft LAMPS of LAUGHTER
t I Do You Know How to Act -in a .House With
1 Haunted Spooks?
M HAROLD LLOYD
k The King of Comedians in
9 "flaunted Spooks"
I ' Also
t GLADYS BROCKWELL
I In Latest Success
zW 'WHITE LIES"
jg OGDEN THEATRE
H "As Cool as the Yukon"
I HERE FOR WEEK
Thrillers and Shows of All De
scriptions Arrayed at
Lorin Farr Park.
Ogdenites who have never witnessed
KjP , tho pleasure center of the larger j
towns were given Fair conceptg&m of
V "SJ - Coney Island-like amusements at Lo-1
f i In Fair park list night with the In;-,
Hal showing of Wortham's shows,
brought here under the direction of
the American legion.
I Sideshows, circuses, freaks and
world wonders arc gathered around;
the arena in a bewildering array.
Then there are the thrill-producing
devices such as the Whip, the- Frolic,
the Ferris w heel, carousal, motor-1
drome. Over the Falls, and other sim
The park was Jammed with moncv -pending
crowds that seemed to know
no limit. Despite repeated lnterrup-1
tion by lighting failure the crowds
Officials of the show said that these
lneon enlenccs would be provided'
ugalnsttoday and the carnival will go :
on In full blast afternoons and eve
nings for the remainder of the week- I
I Aviator Directing
I Forest Fire Fight
Forest Supervisor Punton of Red
Bluff Is using a late model airplane In
directing the fighting of Cores! fins
In California, aceordng to word re-
sired at the local forest offices to-,
The fire Is in the lessen National'
forest near the settlement of Cossell
in th Hat Creek district. The town
of Cassell Is threatened and the ef
forts of the tighten are now directed
toward preventing the flames from
leaching that settlement The blajie
started of unknown origin July 1. Re-!
tween 800 and 900 acres of yellow pine
are In the path of the flames.
WILSON To CALL LEAGUE
M i'S LONDON, July 8 President Wilson
tffejg has accepted the invitation of th"'
iafcp league of nations tr call a meeting of
3psy the assembly of the league early In
J$k' November, it was announced In the
'it- house of commons today h Cecil R '
Harmsworth, undi rsc-ereiai v for for-'
fcBf clgn affairs.
; PEPPY CHAP'S
! KAYO-LIKE HIT
This, chap did not understand
the workings of fermentation and
because he did not. he is spinning
yarns about how he got a very
much swollen and discolored 'op
tic. He had made some homo brew
and put it into bottles.
The other day he cut the cord,
not thinking that the cork would
fly out. but it did and in Us flight
struck the young man full in the
And that's the reason he's tell
ing his pals around the office that
the sidewalk surreptitiously
sneaked up and baited him when
he Wasn't looking
Henceforth accept these tales
about a black eye with a knowing
wink and s mpathetic chuckle
Vou'll be 90.9 per cent right ev
Is Being Repaired
I The great pipe organ at the Ogden
tabernacle that in the past has re
sponded lo the skillful touch of Prof
I 8. F. Whltaker has sent forth sweet
I melodies of music and great billows
i of sound to the delight and appreofa
I tlon of the large congregations tnat
usually gather at the tabc-rnae'e ser
vices, Is now silent and will remain
silent until September l
i At a cost of fl'.ooo this king of In
i siruiucnts Is being overhauled The
mechanical parts are Worn out and
they are being removed and sent to
the factory for repair. This work, to
gether with the taking down and re
building and tuning of the organ will
occupy at least two months. The
work Is being carried out bj I'rof.
Whltaker. the tabernacle organist and
J. J Toronto of Silt Lake, who are
organ builders as well as musicians.
hitney Returns From j
Trip to the Northwest
William A. Whitney, general man
ager of the l.'tah Idaho Central rall-i
road, has returned from an extended
trip to Portland and other Pacific j
const points. He attended 'he Bhrin-
ers convention at Portland while'
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ITS REALLY surprising GO I asked him this.
I ! THE MONEY you save. "WOULD YOU smoke one of 'em.
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BY ASKING questions. IF" I bought a box?"
I FOUND tha the maker. AND THEN hs mulled.
OF A hair" re'slorer. LIKE A regular guy.
tAAoQA."r,' ' AND SAID "No thanks.
WAS BALD as a cooL . , .
60 I passed 'that up i'LL SMOKE my own."
ML) AND A bird'who catno. AND ' g0t. "J.
AND ASKED him then.
33HI TO SELL oil stock, . . .
) ... WHAT BRAND ho smoked.
HAD HIS own cash. ...
I'll . AND HE showed me.
IN LIBERTY Bonds. ...
... AND THEN he said.
80 I ducked again. ...
... "THEY SATISFY."
AND I asked a clerk.
... AND B'GOSH, he's right
FOR THE best cigarettes. .
I AND HE reached around. CURE they ?a :sf Chesterfields
... O havo body that's the reason.
FOR A fancy box Body enough to ftatiify a cigar
... smoker And yet Chtsterne'ds are
AND I kneiv I was in mild. Impossible? That's it exactly
... Chesterfields have accomplished
FOR THE same old line. th! imE?SSib1 They atifv nd
... yet theyre mud.
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WILL VOTE U8
Three Propositions to Come
Before Voters in November
Three proponed amendments to the
stall- constitution will be passed upon
by the voters of Utah ot the cominsrl
election in November. The resolutions
proposing the amendments were
adorned by th- Thirteenth legislature.
The resolutions are: t
Proposing an amendment to section
1. article 14, so that the section will
read- "To meet casual deficits or fail
ures in revenue, and for necessary ex
penditures for public purposes. Includ
ing the erection of public buildings and
for the payment of all territorial in-d-ltedne--.s
assumed by the state, the
st.it1 nviy contract debts not exceed
ing iti the aggregate it any one time, j
an amount equal to 2 per cent of the
value of the taxable property of the
st:iti as shown by the last assessment I
for state purposes previous to the in
CUrring of such indebtedness Hut the
State shall never contract any Indebt-
edness, except as In tho next section
provided in excess of suc h amount, and
all moneys arising from loins herein j
I authorized shall be applied solely to I
j the purposes for which they were ob-1
The constitution prohibits an In - J
Idebtedncss greater than 1 1-2 per cent;
j of the taxable property of the state
I The second amendment proposed Is
to amend section 1 of article X 1 1 1 .
I that the rate of taxation on property .
for state purposes shall never exceed j
Is mills on eACh dollar of valuation to j
be apportioned not to exceed 4 1-2 ,
mills for genrril si. -iti- purposes; not
to exceed 3 mills for district .school
purposes; not to exceed 1-2 mill for
high school purposes. And whenever,
the taxable property of the state shall
amount to $K n.unii. tie rates shall j
not exceed on each dollar - l mills i
for general state, 2 mill for high
school purposes and such levy for
district school purposes as equals $25 j
for each person of school age In the
state unless a proposition specifying
the rates proposed to be levied be I
first submitted to a vote of the qual-j
Ified electors of the state as In thet
year next preceding shall have paid
a property tax assessed against them
in the state.
The rate now Is not to exceed 4.5
mills on cnh dollar, also when tho'
valuation shall reach $400,0011.000, the
rate shall not exceed 5 mills on the
The Ihird proposed amendment ap
plies to cities and proposes to amend
section 5 of article' XI which will per
mit any city to frame and adopt a
charter for Its own government and
I prescribing the method.
TO GET MILLION I
MEN IN THE ORDER
G&ICAGO, July R The Elks
Closed the business sessions of
their annual convention today. In
stalled the newly elected officers
and decided to launch an immedi
ate membership drive to increase
the totnl of the order's members
from 700,000 to . 000,000.
William M. Abbott, of San
Francisco, succeeds Frank L.
Rain OS grand exalted ruler.
Milwaukee woo the baseball
championship of the order from
Chicago by a 1C o 10 score.
In a band contest with nearly j
100 organization!' competing, the
hand of the Df'r.v lodge took
first money. sTUwaukee was sec
ond and Atlanta third
Harold Lloyd Lives Up
To Reputation as King
of Comedians at Ogden
Rarely do screen comedians score I
success after success with the high j
class of genuine wholesome comedy as
does Harold Lloyd, who Is appearing I
at the Ogden theatre In "Haunted I
Spooks." The comedy Is without doubt'
one of the funniest ever filmed The
management know lo their own
knowledge of men and women of Og
den who have seen this comedy four
times and they have laughed as heart
ily nt the fourth time as much as they
lid at the first showing. The comedy
Id being shown in addition to tho lato
BC n success of Gladys ISrockwell in
The Installation of the magnavox
(loud tone) at the OgdSn which mag
nifies the tone of the phonograph
about 100 linn's has made a hit with
th Ogden patrons. Dy a series of
switches the music can be thrown
from the stage, the balcony and from
the exterior of the theatre. The mu
sic Is thrown Into the theatre during
the rest periods of i'rof. Harold Flem
ing at the orgun.
Juvenile Judge Is
No cases will come up for hearing
In tho Juvenile court this week owing
to the absence of Juvenile Judge Dan
E. Sullivan, who Is spending his vaca-.
tlon In Wyoming With his return
tho cases against six boys, arrested by
tb- police for speeding on bicycles and
riding upon the sidewalk, will , bs
heard. Several other hoi's, charged
with pett offenses, will also come ho
fore the court.
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BBdH& Fresh, Cool Air Changed
& UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE f Evcry Miauts
TODAY FRIDAY SATURDAY I
w THOS. INCE'S GREAT SPECIAL
'V" H0BART BOSWORTH : I
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BARRWORE 1 I
Dr. Jelyll MtHyde fR? jHp I
From the F.'.nous Book by Robert L Stevencon MSri : ' : R.
"The finest fellow I ever knew." That's what his friends L J f ' K
"The vilest brute that was ever called man." That's what , fyB,
the world called Mr. Hyde K'nSfl wfwm. WW WBk I
AND BOTH WERE THE SAME! bBBNI
A CHRISTIE COMEDY, "SHADES OF SHAKESPEARE" ' 'r
JyN'T FORGET THURSDAY ONLY iiiK vfr I
Return Engagement L?S A sR XxV
Mary Pickford in "Pollyanna" J' H
FIGHT HARD TO
Residents of Cokeville, Wyo.
Give Reasons for Their Pro
test Against Division
Protest atralriHt tho proposed action
of tho United States fore3t service to
discontinue tho Wyoming national for-
sl us a separate unit by adding a por
tion of It to the caribou forest with
headquarters ;it Montpeller, Ida., and
the remainder to the Brldver forest
with headquarters at Pinedale, Wyo.,
has boon voiced by members of the
Cokeville. Wyo , Commercial club In
a letter sent to F. L Knelpp. district
l iihcd States forester, with headquar
ters In Ogden.
It s explained In the letter that tho
meeting of tho Commercial club mem
bers was well attended and practically
. very Industry In the community was
represented. The sentiment of the
mi I ting was to "unanimously protest
against any change that would cause
tho Wyoming national forest to lose
its Identity and remove to Idaho that
which In all Justice belongs to Wyo
ming. The Lincoln County P WoolgTOWers'
association of Cokovlllo has also pro
tested against the proposed Change,
and In letter dated June 80, explain
that the views of the members have
been obtained with tho result lhat
every user of the forest Is unalterably
opposed to tho proposed change.
The sentiment of the forest, nsers Is
explained In tho letter as follows.
At a special meeting of tho asocla-
tion, held at Kemmercr. Wyo.. the
28th( this proposition was considered
at length, md It was found that ev
i ry user of the Womlng forest pres
ent was unalterably opposed to the
proposed change Wo have also had
the question up with a number of
users who were not at the meeting,
and have not talked with a single per
son sho was not earnestly, and In
many cases bitterly opposed to the
plan From the many reasons given
for opposing the change, we will take
the liberty of mentioning the follow
ing" The Wyoming national forest, sit
uated as it is. entirely within the state
of Wyoming, and being one of the
most progressive promising and revenue-producing
of all the national for
I csts, should not In any way be ab
sorbed by or subordinated to the jur
isdiction of any other national forests
XO INTERESTS l CO.MOX.
The USera of the Wyoming forest
have no Interest In common with
Kfontpeller, Ida and to be compelled
to u'o tie re to attend to matters per
taining to the Wyoming forest would
work B great hardship on all of them
There Is no Interest in common bo
tween the users of the Caribou and
Wyoming forest) geographical or oth
erwise; therefore, no ono would be
benefitted In that connection by the
The users of the Wyoming forest
residing In the Str .ill district
have frequent occasion to visit the
county seal at Kemmercr. and the
road Horn the valley to Cokeville and
Kemmercr, now ncaring completion,
will bo ono of the very bost automo
bile driveways in the entire country.
The users of tho eastern portion of
the Wyoming national fort 3t also have
frequent occasion to visit their coun
tj -''iU at Kemmorer. and have posi
tively no Interest In common in the
remote district where Plnedalo Is lo
LARGE UMBER BUSINESS.
The larpre timber buslneSfl situated
In the eastern part of the Wyoming;
' forest could, In our opinion, be
handled much better from Kemmercr
I than Pinedale.
Tho users of the Wyoming forest
, are all members of the Lincoln County
' Woolgrowers' association. Very sat
! Isfactory business relations have ob
I talned between the forestry service
'and this association for many yean
Tbe proposed change would divide
, this association, making it necessary
; for some one of them to go to Mont
pelier, Idaho, and others to Pinedale.
Wyoming, t,o attend to business with
I the supervisor's office. Each and ev-
tv such trip would entail a hardship
I upon i he user, which could largely be
I reduced, and in most cases entirely
: avoided, by the locating of the super
visor's office on the railroad at tho.
county seat of Lincoln county Kern-
I Tho Caribou forest is a large propo
I sltlon, and is thought by many to Jus
i tif separate administration.
The Wyoming forest and the Brid
get forest, we believe, could be con
solidated along practical geoKraphlc.il
and economic lines, with the henl
quartera at Kemmerer, which, supple
mented with suitable branch equip
ment at Pinedale, should afford an
improvement, at least well worth a
In addition to the advantages men
tioned, the city of Kemmerer has a
splendid school system, exceeding ven
materially thai of other towns men
tioned, especially that of Pinedale.
Wo appreciate the neceslty of ser
ious consideration being given to the
question of economical administration
of the national forests, and that the
consolidation of certain forests may be
absolutely necessary. We aiso appre
ciate the importance of retaining the
services of the experienced, practical
and efficient supervisors and assist
ants for the proper handling of the
Increased responsibilities that mas be
pauSed by euch consolidations, and we
respectfully suggest that such changes
or consolidations should ontemplate
reasonable promotion for these offl-
cials in the way of comfdVtable and
convenient location, as well as In
creases in salary.
If our suggestions have gone far-
ther than oUr humble position in the
matter would seem to justify, we of
fer as an apology our sincere interest
in the question, together with our
earnest desire to convey to you a fair
Impression of the sentiment of the
usi is ot the Wyoming national forest. :
COWS COME HOME'
IS PALMER'S DEFI
PORTLAND fwrc. July S
"They're welcome to investigate
me until the covvs come home,"
declared Attorney General A.
Mitchell Palmer here today on his
way home from the Democratic
national eonventlon, when inform
ed that the senate committee in
vestigatlng pre-c.onventlon cam
palgrn expenditures proposed tafc
ing up his campaign next. "None
of my money was spent." the at
torne) general said "What is tho J
use of investigating now?" he
Mr Palmer said he could not HBl
take the proposed investigation
RESPONSE TO POOH
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. July 9 A
formal response to Marshal Foch's HBs
independence , ,y message, to the HBs
American Legion will be cabled to BVJ
France by Franklin D. O'Lter, the
legion's national commander on July I
14, Bastille day, it was announced at
the national headquarters of the
I American Legion here today. JBl
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