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mi Tomorrow j
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W I Hat Sale,XJj
j Beginning at nine o'clock tomorrow with the
opening of the doors wc offer The Great $5. i
Hats Sale. ?
I Every hat in the department with the exception
of taffetas will be placed on the tables and you are
invited to take your unrestricted choice (excepting
taffetas) for $5. i
There are hundreds of handsome summer hats
hats that will be in good style until late fall.
EAnd many of them $15. values in fact there
are a few that are worth more than $15.
j Beginning tomorrow morning at 9 jj
L j Any Hat Here $ j
! Except Taffetas j
A GOOD xPLAE TO TRADE
I i j
I I "Keep Cool" j
I A Palm Beach suit will take the "sting out of a
day like this. Palm beach cloth lets the heat out
and the cool breeze in. Good enough looking
tt ' to wear anywhere. Washable, cleanable, ironable.
X The most economical suit a man can own. And
Oh! so comfortable. You can have any palm
beach here at a low sale price.
I Silk Shirts $6.75
r There you arc at last. Before the war prices on
men's silk shirts. These are coatless days a good
looking shirt almost indispensible. J
Slip off your palm beach coat and wear a cool
summery silk. I
: i I
I These are shirts worth to $15. Pure silks fast Q
? colors all sizes a flock of them. On sale sec j
A the window $6.75.
Bull Montana Wants
to Meet Harbertson
Louis Montana, known to thousand!
of screen followers as "Bull' Mon
tana, Is anxious to rncct Jack Har
bertson n the mat, according to word
DCelVOd here today from Douglas
Fairbanks' studios in California. Mon
tana Is one of the famous screen
idols' right hand men and Is a wnp'-
ler of considerable repute.
Ho is starting on an eastern mot
: tour during ths fore part of the COtn
, lug month and Is anxious to lock
horns with th local man on his ar
LONDON. Among the articles
j found in a theatre here after a recent
.evening performance were a check
book, a bundle of love letters ,a set of
falso teeth, one silk stocking, a half
knitted sweater and a shoe.
II ; Rheumatism Comes
From Tiny Pain Demons
Disease Caused by Germs In the i
First of all. get It firmly fixed in
your mind that all tho liniments in the
world have no effect whatever on
Rheumatism 'You may use them by 1
tho gallon, and rub the painful parts
by the hour, getting possibly some
temporary relief from tho torturing
pains, but you are making no headway
whatever toward reaching the cause
II Hp ' "ii he disease.
K I Medical scientists differ as to the'
causes of every form of rheumatism,!
but agree that when caused by a tiny I
disease germ, the only effective meth
od of treatment Is to attack thf dis
I ease at its sources, and cleanse the j
j I blood of its cause
I The most common form of rheuma
tism la caused by millions of tiny dis
ease gt rms which infest the blood The
one and only sensible treatment, there-'
1 fore, is one which cleanses the blood
of these germa. and routs them entire
ly out of the circulation
This is why s. s. s.. the greatest
known blood purifier Is so successful
in the treatment of rheumatism. It
Is a powerful cleansor of the blood, and
will remove the disease germs that
cause your rheumatism, affording re
I lief that Is genulno.
B. S. S. is sold by all druggists. Free
literature and medical advice can be
had by writing to Chief Medical Ad
viser. 601 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta,
: Police Locate Cache Near Hot
Springs; Two Men Still
All of the valuables alleged to have
I been stolen from J G. Yanncr and
' La Mont Sanberg, Wilson farmers,
by G. P. Warner and Vernon San
berg, have been recovered by the
Sandberg lead the officers to his
cache north of the Utah Hot Springs
I last night. He had the stolen ar
ticles under a rock by the roadside.
Tin police found the diamond ring,
said to be worth $1000. a watch,
revolver, ring, old coins and other
articles which, according to the
owners were valued altogether at
In the party who uncovered the
loot were Captain Robert Burk,
Robert Chamber:-, plain clothes man
and Chauffeurs Earl Wiggins and
C. E. Lcisscr
Sanberg and Waruer are still In Jail
WRIGHTS H SHOE
STORE UNDER THE
I Wonderful New Room Is
About Ready for
The big board fence that partial
ly surrounded Wright's store lor
several weeks is gone. The side
walks are again open to traffic.
The new room under the sidewalk
is completed and will soon be oc- I
Tins now room under the side
walk Is to be connected with the
Other In which shoes have been suld
for the past few years. The rc-i
suit. win ut a. cry i i i. muiji.-u
room in which all of the shoes sold
in the store will b placed.
This will make one of the larg
est shoe departments in the state
The stocks will comprise men's wo
men's and children's shoes in all
grades It is not the Intention to
carr "cheap" shoos only, merely be-
sause II Ifi .1 downstairs store. On
the contrary some of the very best i
lines made by Amerii an makers
will be utockod a feature will
be made of the mens shoe sec
The stocks in the present shoe
store on the first floor are to be
sold out. Tho new department will
be opened with an entire new stock
fts far the ladles' and ehlldrens
shoes now carried on the first floor
In another part of this issue
the announcement of the opening
removal sale is printed
Coast Athletes Due
in Ogden Tomorrow
Twenty-five of the greatest athletes
in the west will be Ogden visitors to
morrow afternoon en route to the
finals for the track and field cham
pionships for the American Olympic
team which will bo 6taged at BOStOn
Several of the athletes in the party
have national reputations and are ex
pected to make th team with ease.
The favorites in the party are Klrksey.
California University, sprinter. Pud
dock, University Of Southern Califor
nia, sprinter; Williams of Spokane,
sprinter, Dink T mplcton. high Jump
er. Mullor. high Jumper; Corv, high
Jumper. Schiller, quarter inil r; Hunt
er, 3000 meters runner; ochurchlll.
10 000 meter runner wan, Miller and
Merchant all around athlete
The western representatives are ex
pected to show s world of (lass In the
games and from marks made at the
recent Pasadena games stand a good
chance of landing more than 75 per
cent of their men on the aggregation
They will lie be met at the I'nlon
depot by prominent local men and of
ficials of the Ogden Athletic associa
tion A short trip over the city will
be In order prior o their departure
Clinton Larson, one of four Ogden A.
A. representatives to the games Will go
east with the party from this city.
Larson is a high Jumper
"Jawn" McCloskey in
Town Chinning Around
John McCloskey. at One time man
ager of the i igden baseball elub In the-'
; Union association here a, number of
years ago, and one of the Mi; figures
in the baseball world was an Ogden
I visitor for a short time today.
lie has been called to the coast due,
to the sertoiiH illness of his Hon and
will be away from his club in the
Texas league for some time.
-McCloskey SlnCS leaving Ogden has!
been connected with many clubs and I
stated today that he- was In organised
ball for hl layt ss I
McCloskey owns s large ranch In;
Texas and expects to start u the work
on the ranch work next spring
Ho asked about the old timers today
Including 'Dad" Glmlln and "Dad
Clark, Fred Bossner, Angus Kenti'dv
land others today. He managed the!
club horo In 191U and put out a win-1
I ner. McCloske expects to upend a
few days hero on his return
' Makes Good Catch of j
Trout Near the Wells
Charles Hume, said by hi friends
to bo a. fishing expert, made ths B 1 -ond
largest single cati h of ihe season
In Ugdon canyon Wednesday evening
when ho pulled u speckled beauts
weighing 3 1-4 pounds out of tho cool
water. Hume, not being content with
ono large beauty, pulled B second one
from the stream which tipped thej
beam at 1 1-2 pounds and then called
It a day. Both catches were made
Just below tho wells: I
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56
Aliens Here Thirty aliens will ar
! rive in ugden Tuesday, July 13, from
points in Colorado, en route to Ban
' franclBCO w here they will bo deport
ed according to Information given out
at the i'nlon depot today Tho ma
jority of the men wore interned during
the world war with Germany. Their
destination was not announced.
Ogden Typewriter House lor type
j writers and rtpalra, 24J2 Hudson Ave.
Gambling Case Tho case of the
btatc against George Manos and sown
others charged with gambling will
omc before the city court for prelim
inary hearing tomorrow moining.
Case Dismissed The case of the
state vs. Albert Wilson, charged With
tullure to provide-, was dismissed In
th. city couit this morning on rec
ommendation of County Attorney J. B.
I Bates. Wilson and his wife have be
come reconciled, the attorney said.
Headquarters lor berry ca9es, cups,
fruit boxes and bankets. Grout's Grain
Store, 332 Twenty-tourth street. 2911
Fined $50 M. A. Paulson of Brlg-
ham came to 1 igdeh yesterday and w.is
arrested He k-.ui he took nothing
more "virulent" than few drinks of
"near beer,"' but thj court declared ho
was guilty of being drunk and fined
I him $5u
Module to Speak George E. Mc-
Ctlne, president of the eastern states
, mission of the L,. D. S church, will be
the speaker at the services of tho Sec
ond ward. Sunday evening at 7 o'clock
A special musical program Is being ar
langed by the ward choir.
Photic 602 for messenger.
Ogdcnlto Honored A copy of the
Harvard Orlmson for June i, which
has been received here, announces the
It tion of Bernard DeVoto of Ogdon
to Phi Beta Kappa, the honorary
Baby Born Mr and Mrs Homer
Gn nveli announce the .arrival of a
baby girl at their homo on Thursday
On Inspection It I l1nch, district
engineer of the United States bureau
of public roads, will depart today on
nn inspection tour of roads in vvest
'iii Wvoming and eastern Idaho, lie
will be away more than u week.
Tnlks to Parents E. S Hinckley
will uddress Dart-nts of the Seventh
v, ird Sunday morning at 10:30 during
the Sunday school session
Electric Wiring and Repairing. Call
Phono 7S7 29C&
Companies Combine Certificate of
tho consolidation of tho Logan-Wyom-I
lug oil company with the Ogden
Wy oming Uil company was filed In the
list riot court this afternoon. The no
It lee Was signed by M P. Cowley, prcsl
li nl of the former company . Tho
property taken over consists of oil
placor claims In the Dry Plnoy district
in Wyoming, according to the certifi
cate. Court Closed Judge A W Ogee's
division of the district court Is closed
fOI tho summer vacation until July
19 according to a notice posted tod.iv
Naturalization examinations will be
conducted In the morning of tho Open-1
Ing day and probate luw and motions
will be heard during the afternoon. J
"EXCUSE MY DUST"
Wallace Reid, in his
greatest picture at
Utah Theatre Sun
in Gambling Case
The preliminary hearing of Andrew
Steffas, charged with conducting a
gambling game, opened In tho city
court this morning.
Nh k Panos, a state witness, told of
being permitted to enter a game al
leged to have been operated by Stef
fas. Panos said he won nearly $18,
but SteffaS refused to give It to him.
he alleged, on tho grounds that Panos
owed him $20.
A brawl resulted nnd the men were
taken to Jail.
Tho case was continued until tho
afternoon session of court
Will Talk in Ogden
Oliver W. Stewart, former member
of the Illinois legislature, will talk
at the First Presbyterian church.
Tuesday July 11 at B o'clock. Mr
Stewart will use as his subject, "mir
Part In the World Crisis." Ho has
recently returned from Franco and
will bring with hire mans f his ex
periences while with tho United States
. I GUARANTEE I I '
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WHEAT DROP OF
Department of Agriculture
Makes Forecast on Crops
WASHINGTON. July 9. Wheat
production this year will be 609.00O..
000 bushels, tho dopurtmiMit of agri
culture forecast today bnslnt; its inti
mate on the condition July 1 of the
combined winter and spring Wheal
Forecast on Corn.
Production of corn Was forecast at
11.779. 000. 000 bushels and the area
planted thifi year as 103.C4S.000 aoreA
Other forecasts of production are:
Winter wheat. .".1 8 000.000; spring
wheat. 29l.00o.0O0, oats, 1,822,000,-;
000, bark-v, 193.000,000; rye. 82.000.
000; while potatoes. 388.000.00o.
sweet potatoes, OS, 500, 000; tobacco, 1.
001,000,000 pounds; flax. 14,400,000
bushels, rice, 52. 1 Oo.Oimi ; hay. si.mhi.
; 000 tons; apples (total). 200,000:0o0i
bushels, apples (commercial), 30,
200 000 barrels, peaches. 42.500,000
WHEAT ON FARMS.
Wheat remaining on farms July 1
Is estimated at 5.1 per cent of last
i year's crop, or about 47.766.000 bush
els, comparod with 19.261,000 last
year and 31.931 000, the five-year
Acreage of crops not previously an
nounced Is: White potatoes, 3,849.
000; sweet potatoes, 1.022,000, tO-K-ic.-o,
1.859,700; flax, 1,706.000, rice,
C ONDITION OF CROPS.
Condition of the crops on July 1
was: Winter wheat T9 7 per cent of
a normal, spring wheat, 88 0; all
wheat, S2.5, corn, ;-4 6 pei -enl ; oat.-,
. 84.7: barley. 87.6; rye. 83.5; white po
tatoes. 89.3; sweet potatoes, 87.2. to
j 1'acco. S4.3; flax. 89.1; rice, 90.0; hay,
1 85.5. apples, 70.7; peaches. 61.8.
i ALL SUFFRAGE HOPES IN
i LOUISIANA ARE BLASTED
j BATON ROUGE, La., July 9 All
possibility of Louisiana enfranchising
' the women of the nation through rati-
I 1 V,
SAN FRANCISCO "He looks Just
like him," so Alfred C. Joy a San
Francisco newspaperman, Is kept busy
trying to dodge prominent men at the
flcatlon of the federal suffrage f
amendment was removed last nlxb;'
when the biennial session of the state'
legislature adjourned sino die.
From tho first to the last day ofl
the session suffrage ratification vas
given consideration. either In the
committee rooms or on the floors of
the two housea The ratification reso
lution was defeated by both the house
and senate early in the session. but
the suffrage forces worked to bring
up another resolution. Hopes of suc
cess were heightened yesterday by the
appeal of Governor Cox, tho Demo
cratic presidential nominoe, for ratifi
cation. Attempts today to obtain sus
pension of the rules to bring up a
ratification resolution In the house,
however, fulled. 52 to 46.
Supporters of bills to grant the
VOts to white women of tho state also
met defeat during the session, all such
blll3 having been defeated.
A lichen of the Asiatic steppes lsj
used by the Tartnrs 's a constituent!
oi their earth bread. I
Democratic convention, who think h 1
is Bammon Do Valera, 'President of
the Irish Republic.'! De Valera is at
I the left . Joj . right. H
CAPITAL STOCK RETURNS j
COME TO REVENUE BUREAU
WASHINGTON, July 9. The bu
reau of internal revenue estimates
that 325.000 capital stock tax return? H
would be made on or bofore July 31
Every corporation In the United States
Is required to make a return.
The bureau suggested that checks
for the nmounts due be submitted
with the returns to lessen liability for
2000 USTRIAN COOKS
ARE SOUGHT FOR CHICAGO
VIENNA. July 9. The Vienna
newspapers are printing advertise
ments for 2.000 Austrian women cooks
to go io i iileago. It is explained In
I msnti that Washington
will authorise their admission.
I THE BIG CARNIVAL IS OPEN NOW 1 1
EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT THEREAFTER j
HERMAN BAKER POST NO. 9
AMERICAN LEGION CARNIVAL I
OFFERS THE TRAVELING CONEY ISLAND TO OGDEN AND VICINITY j
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