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I It's A Riot!
And as for speed, love, daring, a glorious fight and excite
ment Oh, Boy! Oh, Girl!
YOU'LL SAY IT IS SOME PICTURE. j
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WALLIE RE.ID in
'Excuse My Dust'
AND A SUNSHINE COMEDY
The Best Program Ever Shown
COOL AND COMFORTABLE SEATS
I Nebraska Mother j
Seeking Her Son
Mrs. W. B Pope of Grand Island,;
Neb., has communicated with Captain
Jonathan Jones of the police depart- j
ment In an effort" to locale Eugenu
Pope, her 15 year old son, who slnte
I July 1 has been missing from his.
Mrs. Pope in a communication re
ceived at the police stntiun yesterday, I
stated that her son, dressed in good
clothes, but carrying with him a com
plete outfit of working clothes had
purchased a ticket to North Platte, "nj
the following day Ms mother set out
for North Platte to find her boy, but!
I discovered no traee of him She has
burmlsd that F.ugene has started on
a westward Journey and is making
, every effort to locate him. i
No trace of the youngster has bpen
! found in Igden but officers have been
notified to keep a lookout for htm,
I Captain Jones stated
Hj Veteran Soldier to
H Make His Heme Here
H4 Horace J Lelaatj veteran of the!
H Philippine and the Mclean amp' n
H In addition to being the poaaessor of;
B 'four gold V'a signifying overeeae
H vice in Frnncc. has arrived in Ogdenj
H to make his home with Claude LetoCT
1 of the Ogden police department
HI Leleer enlisted In the army during
1919 and since that time has been
111 i i-i'i ;" i i-usj In various
Hl paltrns lie was with the flrrt com: i
Ui er.t of American soldiers to reach
IP Prance, and for five and a half monlhn
Hl was in active service as an aviator pnj
R lie was connected with a special de-
R tachmenl for aviation service of the
BB hc-adtfba iters company. I
1 Isi will enter the emplov of the
HV city '.ii the capacity of fireman it is
f More than P.OO.oon widows are on
Jif the pension list of the United States.
Nitre Figures in
EClghteejn bottles of sweet spirits of
1 nitre, a quart bottle filled with a mix
ture of the nitre and other Ingred
t. nis. an errant husband, a protest
i Ing wife and two detectives were the
main factors In a domestic mixup yos
The wife notified the police that her
husband had started drinking A hur
ried visit was made by the police and
vhlle the liquor was confiscated, pleas
of the wife that her husband bo nl
lowed lo stay odt of Jail resulted in
the detectives leaving the man at his
i Although not wishing to see hr
husband Jailed, the woman cxpresslvo
ly stated what she would do in case
her spouse repeated hie offense.
Detective Robert ( 'h ambers and
Earl Wiggins, who responded to the
call; stated that while th man had
I been at fault in attempting to gel
drunk op such liquor, the establiah
i ment that dispensed such commodities
'In such quantities, without some cre
dential from the purchasers, Vhould
be brought before the courts.
Weber Stake to Hold
Conference July 18
The quarterly conference of th
Weber stake will be held in the Ogden
tubtrnacle next Sunday July IS with1
sessions at 10 a. m. and - p. m. The
stake presidency, who make the an
nouncement also announce that two!
rep'rea ntaves ,,f the genera church
authorities win be ir l :.t and deliver!
A fcati re of the conference will be
conisrcgiitlonal singing The great
organ Is being repaired and the choir
is on a vacation and President I- W.
Sh'urtllff has expressed the desire that
the members of th stake rume to the
conference prepared to sing a numbe;
t the good old tlnie "Mormon"
hymns. II is planned to make th-
conference one of the best from the
1 :jt.mdiolnt of fplritualhy
I TOMORROW I
I Jsck Dempsey
I I "mm Km jack" S
V I Dorothy Gish in "Peppy Polly" and a Mack
j, 1 '. Sennett Comedy.
I NORMA TALMADGE
H I The Social Secretary' I
UKULELE QUARTET TO PLAY I
WITH LADIES' BAND TODAY j
Ukulele quartet: Mrs, A C. Wilfong, Elizabeth .Tone-, Edris rhrlsty.
Dorothy ii uola
Four members of the Ladles hand
playing ukuleles will accompany the
band plaxing A Summer livening in
Hawaii.' at the regular Sunday con
cert at Lorln Fa.Tr park this after
noon. I.orlng Xbhols will play a cornet
solo, ' The Holy City."
The program will start at 1:50 p m.
with F. YV. Nlehola conductor.
March, "The Zouaves" Huff
A Summer Evening In In Hawaii "
Descriptive Wheeler, Synopsis: Eve
ning shades falling, singing of bird",
Firing of cannon at sundown, salute
I National Hymn heard In distance
played by band at the Fort, Flourish
of trumpets announcing arrival of her
I FRUIT PLANNED
Grading System to be Adopted
to Protect Grower
C. E. Pcttegrew, county crop pests
Inspector, represented Weber county
fruit growers at a meeting In the state
'capital yesterday at which a resolu-j
Hon was unanimously adopted favor-;
ing the standardisation of fruit in the,
state this season. The- .standardization
j si ni will be put Into effect within
two week, If present plans work out
satisfactorily. The meeting was called
b Harold it. Ilagfn, state inspector
at the request of the crops and pests
The general opinion expressed was
that standardisation will give tbe
grower better prices for his products
ami the consumer better values at j
'slight additional cost.
A committee of seven will c ap-1
I pointed bv Craiman Ilagen to draft,
I rules for the grading of fruit in Utah
with Instructions to report within a
week. Inspections will be limited to
fruit this year, on account of the law.
!but it Is hoped to apply inspection to,
vegetables next year through legls'.a-
m mm '&
STAR OF "I, JEK
fLLIDl.!!!" Stevenson's Famous Story Is
Translated Into Remarkable
Paramount Artcraft Picture
Robert Louis Stevenson's powerful
story. ' Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, ' has
been translated to the BOroen with
Joltn Barrymoro in the leading role
land will be shown at Ihe Alhanibra
Theatre (or four days commencing
tonight This is declared to be ono of
'the most remarkable pictures cer
filmed and ihe performance of Mr
Barrymore, it is claimed, is n worthy
J companion to that of Richard Man
sfield, who appeared in the same part
in the stage version of the stor .
' ,The plot, as is well known, has as
IfS central figure a oung London
nhyslcian. Dr Jekyll, whose tender
heartedness is exceeded onlv by his
all absorbing interest In his chosen
profession and his scientific investi
gations He is in love with an Inno
cent, beautiful girl, Milllcent Carewp
Her father. Sir George Carew, is a
famous man about town. Dr Jekyll
Is persuaded b Sir George to accom
pany him to a low music hall. From
this experience, Jekyll Is led to ex
pertinent with a liquid that will sep
arSte the good and evil In a man
inro two distinct bodies Ho evolves
I such a drug, administers it lo him
self and becomes not only Jekyll, the
j doctor Philanthropist, but also Hyde,
i a misshapen, evil brute. Gradually
j the Hyde side of his character over
masters Jekyll and. after stirringly
dramatic scenes, he succumbs. Only
after his death is tlie dual character
of his personality revealed
Martha Mansfield is Mr Barry
luore's leading woman, and the pic
ture which is a Paramount Artcraft.
was directed by John S. Robertson.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mr. II F Tatterson
desire to acknowledge with xlncere ap
preciation the kind expretmions of
smpathy shown by relatives and
majesty, the Quern Citizens gather
ing for festival. Group of scren.ulers
(Aloha) quartette of singers accom
pany Hinging with ukiilelSfl Hawaiian
popular .song, clock strikes nine The
Hula Dance, dancing becomes gener
Pilgrims Chorus from Verdla Lom-
Cornet solo. "The Holy City"
, . Adams
By Lor ing Nichols
March. "Milltalre" ... . Schubert
Waltz, 'Kentucky Dream'
Spanish Serenade "Anita" .Allen
Barcarol, Prom Tales of Hoffman
DEAF BOYS IN
Police Get Pair Seven Dif
ferent Jobs But They
"Can't savvey those youngsters at
all. was Captain Robert Burk s com
ment regarding two deaf and dumb
boys who, after being the guest of the
clt for nearly a week, following the
mipus.ng of a lo day suspended sen
tence by Judge D: R Roberts, stole
a purse from Tom Moore at the Al-j
bers mill. corner of Twenty-ninth
street and Pacific avenue.
The boys appeared over a week ago
on a charge of petit larceny after hax - I
ing robbed to boys at the Utah state.
School for the Leaf an.! Blind of over
$luO worth of clothing The;r pa
thetic appearance 'n 'he court room I
together with tbeii apparent eager!
promiiu-s to walk tie mi light and nar-i
row- path, led the court to suspend the
Throughout the time that has since
elapsid, t'.ie buys have been a source
of worry to the police, li is stated.
DeteoClve Kvorett Noble took the boys
directly into his charge and found no
1 ss than seven jobs for them. After
working long enough to demand a dol
lar or two the boys would quit, he
Bl .i d Thev showed a liking to play
ing together hi the cltv hall park, 1t
'But they're gone now " iho Cap-
tain sighed. "They departed for Salti
Lake, whl re they were arrested about
two w eeks ago, and perhaps they will '
find labor in their liking."
Biggest tailoring sale ever held
in Ogden. Extra pants free
with every suit
This sale includes all kinds
of blue serges and staple pat
terns; guaranteed wool. The
very finest of tailoring guar
anteed. These clothes are
strictly hand tailored.
No Fit, No Funds
2309 Washington Ave.
Howard Williams, Manager
iv BR macdqnalp I i
IN AN INTENSELY INTERESTING I W
yS A GREAT FASHION SHOW S
dc". "Passion's Playground" I f
'Em IT'S A 100 PER CENT GUARANTEED PICTURE AND PRO- 1
Coder NOUNCED SUCCESS ALSO PATHE NEWS AND COMEDY
l OGDEN THEATRE I J
Call for Congressional Con
vention Issued By Chairman
The call for the state and onsres
lonal Republican convention Thurs
day, August Sfl and Friday, August 27.
has been i-.sued by Chairman Henry
Welsh of the state Republican commute.-
The state convention will comcne
Aug 26 at 10 a m In the Salt Lake
theatre. The bafltfl of representation
jfor the convention will be a delegate
for each lf" otes. and major fraction i
I then of, ..ist in the election for Ntiphl
L Morris for governor Nov. 7. 1S16
This provides "'.'7 d-lcKaie distributed
among the counties as follows:
Beaver, 10; Boxelder, 2fi" Cache. 42,
Carbon. 13; Paggeit. 1; Davis. 18;
! luchsne. i:m-ry. 1 f . Garfield, 7,
Grand. 2 Iron, 10; Juab. 14; Kane.
4 Millard, 1 .v Morgan. Piute. 3;
I Kioh, 4 Salt Lake, is; .Sin Juan. 3;
Saniiete. 32. Sevier, li: Summit. 13; I
I Tooele. 13; l int.ih, 8; L'Uh, 56; Wa-Rat.-h.
S; Washington, 9: Wayne, 8;
Candidates will be nominated on
Thursday for four presidential ' tenors
from the stale at large. United Slates
senator for six-year term, justice of
the supreme court for 10-yerr term,
'novernor, secretary of slate attorney
general, treasurer, auditor, and super
intendent of public instruction for four
year term and the selection of ,i
District No. 2, conslsUns: of the fol
lowing counties and representation.
Davis, IS- Salt Lake, JS&; Tooele. 13"
Utabi 65; a total of 274 will meet at
10 a. m the following day at the New -house
District No 1 consists of the re
maining 2 counties with the repre
sentation given in the state conven
tion call, a total number of delegates
323 and will meet at the same time
at the Hotel Utah.
OGDEN II If
Irving C. Emmett Said to Be
Slated tor Federal Game
Irving C. Emmett, former United
States game warden for the United
States with headquarters In Ogdf n anJ
:;it present acting" federal game warden
ai Washington is s'cted for promotlua
I to federal game warden of the I'r.ltd
i States August 1. according to word rtf
I reived here yesterday.
George W. Lawyer, present federal
.game warden has te-idfred his resig
nation to the Washington officials
stating that he wished to resume his
!. w practice.
Lawyer has recommended that the j
' 'gd'n man be appointed as his euc
cesaor, according to the information
Emmett is well known In Ogden and
the tntermountain section and his ap
point ni'-nt Will come- as no surprise to
his many friends hwre. Me is a
brother of 1 r 1 ; . Emmett of this
He has been at Washington in his
I present acpaclty for more than -!
months and has aided the conditions
In this section, it is said.
Special Music at
There will be a special musical pro
cram given in First Presbyterian1
church this morning. In which sornr
of the leading musicians of the city
will participate. The church will prob
ably remain open all summer for the
morning services and the evening ser
vices will lie in conjunction with the
First Methodlsl hurch.
Bunday morning Rev John Edward
Carver will speak on the theme of
"Modern Profit and Loss." Miss M.ir
Kl.du-r will render MacDowcll's 'To
a ,Wild Hose,"' as a violin offertory
and Mrs. Agnes Warner will give
Hadyn s ' With Verduro rvud" from
the oratorio Creation. Mrs. C. H.
Stevens will give as postlude and pre
lude two of Chopin's nortnrns.
The railroads of the United States
own nearly 2.500,000 frelgh; cars.
Uefoce the war the British con-l-olIcd
the coal trade of tho ncas.
Wild West Show I
By Business Men I
That ugden will have a wild west'
show second to none lit the United
Slates was the prospect given out yea
t. rday by B. M. Kox and otto Meet;,1
who are associated with other gden
iinen., when they appeared before the.
city commission and discussed plana
with local business men relative to the;
, holding of the show annunlly.
i Both Meek and Kox arc Interested
in the show together with their -blates
and are wllllnc to stage the'
show, putting the money up for ev-l
j erythlng except Lbs stadium This
phase of the b:'.rcain will no doubt be i
taken care of by the city.
I IVOR BIG sliow
At the meeting vesterday Gus
Wri-ht and John S. Lewis' discussed!
the proposition with the city officials
and wen- highly In favor of the show.
stuting that the advertising would be
worth many times over the coat of i
A meeting of the i e.irescntatlves of
the local organization which plans to
Martin Groen Awarded $2192
for Death of Dirk Groen
Martin and MargSTtlhtt 5rovn of
"igtion have been awarded cominM
tlon of $16 a week for 137 weeks, a
total not to fxeced $2192 for the death
of their son Dirk Groen. who was
killed in an nee'dent at the Qlobs
A burial allovvan'-e of Sl.'.O was also
maiie. which together with the com
pen5ation is to be paid by the Globe
Grain & Milling comuany. and their
Insurance carrier the Continental Cas-j
This decision was made by the state
industrial commission after hearing
testimony. Commissioners William,
Knerr and V P. Monson concurring'
..r,,i Commissioner P A. Thatcher, dis
senting Mr. Thatrhei said in his
opinion the dead youth was not the
"id.- support of his parents
Dirk Groen was not julte 1 1 year
old: it is said thai had he lived a few,
' ays longer. It inlgnt have altered the
findings. He was working at the time
of hiv death for the Globe Grain &
.Milling company In Ogden and was
killed by an accident arising from his
employment, Aug. 10 Ifll .Muir;tr
ptha Groen wa-s his step-mother; Mar
tin Groen was his own father He had'
contributed t theli support, The fu
neral bill vv;i 14 tS. 00 part of which
the commission disallowed, deciding
that $150 Is enough for a suitable
Hyrum Lammers Goes
To Join Sousa's Band
Hvrum Lammers well-known In
Ogden and (hroughout tho west as a
ttombono player, departed yesterday
afternoon for New York, whore he will
become a member of John Phillip
Sousa's mllltarv band
Lammers Is an Ogden boy and since
early bovhood haw been a loVsr of
music. Kxcelllng not only In his trom
bone studies, but making a good rec
ord as a cornet, saxophone and clarl- ;
net teacher, he has attracted consid
erable attention from big musical or
ganizations throughout the country.
I Tolson. famous comedian, upon
his visit to Ogden several years ago,1
attempted to induce "Hi to Join his
troupe. Chautauqua organizations
and several bands of renown have also
attempted to secure Limmcrs' ser-1
"When war broke out. Lammers was
among the several Ogden musicians
who Joined With the famous Hf.th
Held artillery band and went overseas.!
A'- the conclusion of the War, Lammers I
resumed his work in local musical
"Ill" has recently received a gigan
tic "F" trombone, with which ho will
play feature parts for Sou -a. He stat
. 1 rssterdav liforc depurtlng that the
ii jurlty of Sousa's selections carried i
extremely heavy base scores und that
the playing of a base to one of Sousa's
marches required considerable more
technique and execution than did the
leleetldns written b ordinary com
Mrs. Lammers will join "Hi" In thei
east in about a month.
stage the show early in September. r 1)
Will be held with the Chamber of
Commerce officials tomorrow morn
ing at which time details for the show K' t'
will be presented and work started, it E
is SO i'i Es
CRACK RIDERS COMING.
Hlders from the 'Mieycnne Frontier JK'
Day's celebration, from the -Calgary rj;,
Itodeo. from Ihe Pendleton (Ore P:
Roundup and in fact from all sections i'
c.l the country will be brought to Og
.leu If the pre ei I plans mature and
seating accommodations for more than H
S.000 vv ill l.e ma. I. T
The show will be held for three ., '
days, according to those working out k
th( details during which time, races. t
doggiu contests and In fact every :t
phsse of wild weal win be In the lime- B '
At Cheyenne last year more than r
Gvi.OOO people attended tho annual I; j f
celebration and this season the cele
bratK.ii in that cltj la getting nation- & i
wide publicity Ll j: l
If the stadium plans are carried out j
and work afarted on the grounds at J I
Monroe park the I list show will he
ltaged In the early part of September f
and will be an annual vent. H?
Sunday ys .
Delight 1 1
The Ia6t and best thing Bl j
served for Sunday dinner, a
heaping dish of smooth, cold. I
dcliciouc I. A
Uintah Supreme j
Eat lots of It, it's wholesome
ness and purity make it the
ideal summer food. Fcur fla
One quart or more will be de
livered in time for dinner
Rich, pure and sweet. U;
"Uintah Supreme" milk and VIP
cream this summer. Bottled
under most sanitary condl- H
tions; delivered fresh to your ''
COMBE &. NELSON, Prop. j
3567 Washington Ave., Ogden