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M THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY II, 1920. 9
j The cool, refresh
ing, v italizing wa
ter in the big out-
? door plunge at the
Canyon San draws
you i r r esistibly
these hot days. Im
agine the joy of a
'i swim in the health-
giving mineral wa-
f ter on hot, sultry
days!
And the keen ap
H petite it will devel-
1 1 op can he pleasant
ly satisfied with
our delicious light
lunch.
Take either the
Yellow Bus or the
Ogden Canyon Car
nlrlMn us corncr 01 Wr.shlngton
avenue and Twenty f if h
street every hour from 1?
noon to 11 p. m. on week days
and from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m
on Sundays. Canyon car
H&i leaves same corner every few
minutes all day long
BL Refreshments
Dancing
CAHTDH
1 Slllitaril
Fifteen Minutes From
Town.
i
' BRITISH FLEET
r ORGANIZER DEAD
Death Ends Notable Career of
Admiral John A. Fisher,
Dreadnaught Inventor
HBP LONDON'. July 10. The British
Enw navy today lost one f 11 most plc-j
B9n turestiue fljturea with the death of
HD. Baron Fisher of KJlv-erstone, admiral'
Hui; "f the fleet, John Arbuthnot Fisher. I
11 who was typical representative of
III- ; the bulldog breed His motto on hlsi
4 coat a arms 'Fear I od and drea i
Bflr nought." wan lived up to In his long
H I career In the Hrilih navy. He waul
I often called the father of the fleet
HBI and WW responsible for the building of,
I dreadnought battleships.
1 titer period or retlremeni Lord
Hl i rhi-i wag called' In to help with his:
advice during the recent war and Ills
activities In a pressing controcrsy in
Hi' which he advocated a clean sweep of j
HI Old Officials as well as obsolete ships,
r earned him the name of "acrap-the-
E lot-Fisher. '
Admiral Fisher had bean i" for
some time. He underwent a surgical
. operation Friday evening which wax,
Ihe direct cause of death. He received
IBL no anaesthetic and was fully conscious ,
H to end.
M A memorial service will bo held in
W Westminster Abbey Tuesday.
K;! doors were inclined inwards
. I the lop,
H BOO ri:i: C15NT per annum in u sate
DJU 11 buslm enterprise Write Ho rs i . Curie- I
fUS P Burnett. T- xjo, iicji
lGKNTS lnrgo manufacturer wants
HI UK' "( II ht.sii-iy, underwent, shin
dresses bkirt-. walsta, shoes, clothing
etc Write for froo samples Mftdlnon
j II I BOS Broadway, New York City,
ITION . -i t 1 1 1 r t s 3 v. oman, w ho in
iM.fl rutloUi to locate In Ognn. Can give ho6t
WMM J of reference, Addreia N'tw York, rrc
rtpi standard. 30S6
I
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56
RANDOM
REFERENCES
Return Homr , Mi and UrS. J A
Jones and children, Jack and Barbar
have returned from n six weeks' visit
'with relatives In the East. They
stopped en ruute at Umaha, Chlcar,
1 eiroit
Ogden Typewriter House -or type
ffriteri and repairs, 2i22 Hudson Aw.
I'tione .'36
To Return Home. Mrs B S Smltrj
and children will return the present
Te'! from Long Beach They have
been in California for about four
months, visiting friend and relatives
and resting at the Beach. ' t
Headquarters for berry cases, cups,
;rint boxes Bfid baskets Grout's Grain
Store. 332 T enty tourth Btreet. 2ill
From Long Beach.: Mrs. F i.
Tribe end two little hoys, returned
the past week from Lour Beach'j Ouli
fornia. Where they have been for Ulfl
j past month.
I'hor.r &02 for me;.cnger.
MlSS Smith Retumfl Miss Jenncs
Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs B S
I Smith, has returned from Pratt An
I Institute, Brooklyn, where she has
been a student for the past yenr She
stopped two days In Ogden for a res!
and then Continued hei trip on to
California, where sh joined her moth
er, brother and sister al Long Bench
I They will motor home the present
week.
Electric Wiring and Repairing ",iil
Phone 787 2965
Motor to Ogden Mr. mid Mra
Friend Hart and Mr. and Mrs Roy
IShOtSman, all of Portland, Ore hae
arrived In Ogden bv motor and nt
I guests at the home of Mr and tin
liari Peterson, 5;7 Twenty-eighth
I street. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs Hart
are sisters Aftrr a visit in Ogden
the motor tourists will continue their
Journey to Grand View. Mexico, to vis
It relatives and frlfcnda
Phone 4 1 ft for specie I price on ru
.leaning for July and A.ig Ogden
Curpet Cleaning Wnrkl
Going to Coast Miss Rheta child
ot ( ik;.en will depart today for San
Francisco, and other eons. poln;s
wiiere she will spend several weeks
visit In-,-.
C&lvln Here Today. E. K Calvin
Ice president In charge of operations
of th Union Pacific lines will arrive
In Oprden today oil train If from
Omaha en route to the Const He will
confer with loeni railroad officials
prlOl to departing
Join rm. ThC following namec
I men have enlisted today in the army
Floyd Crosby or Peerji Florida, ami
Jack Brwin of rSureka, Cal. enlisted
I for the Cook" and Bakers scho.-I SI
San Pfahoisco, Cal., for three years
00 :
; BALLROOM BATH
CHARMS DIFFER
Oy International News Service.)
LONDON. As the Kvening News
iiemurkv. Toiibridge, Kent, has KOiie
in for mixed bathing ut the Municipal
loatd, situated in a Qlump of trees and
led by a purling bl'OOK, and It's a sud
luaj iur vi, i Britiuh empire,
loi did not Councillor Donald
Clark, a passionate Scot, get up and
declare that hundreds ot pulnie.
brldea have been ' doomed to live lives
of useless cellbaC) through that in
famous institution known us mixed
bathing "
' 1 have watched mixed bathing
many years,' he told a crowded coun
cil room, and hive come to the con
clusion i iint u has stopped more iiiai
rlages than any other cause.
J u.st Imagine n young man Infatu
ated overnight with the charms ui .l
beauteous Kcntlhh maiden, dancing
wah her at a dazzling ball, and then
meeting her next morning St the pub
lic swimming bath, clad In a ready
made buthlng costume that vulgarizes
tier ilgure, her hair bunched lit a
hideOUfl pap or stinggllUT over her eyeb
i Ke i M t Scotch .i irn r's' Any worn-fen-respecting
man would ever recall
such s ipeOtaCle with horror "
And then a vote was taken and by
the majority of only one the council
decided to allow miked bathing (01
the municipal bath nas been pav
ing proposition and Councillor Clark
nad adduced nothing to show mixed
bathing would make It less so Kven
Clark'B impassioned appeal that the
greatest need of the country way tho
raising up of ail imperial iacc" and
that no woman, however, beautiful,
couid stand the tes; or appearing be
tcre the man she had inspired in, the
damp and bedraggled condition that
was the Inevitable consequence of
bathing" could win over the extra vote
needed to debar mixed splashing. j
"v London's magazines and pic -1
torlal newspapers, forgetting tin; high'
taxes and other painful tacts of lire,
have as one started a picture cam
paign to prove to councillor Chirk and
iferj (.-her "unmixed bather ' the facti
that .' m.ilihn ma look lovely In the
usual one-piece bathing dress and that
British maidens are eerthlng but
unallurlng In the hath
EVES THi: DA HslH Mi
WOUXdD BRING A I'ltH El
(Bv International News Service.)
PARIS. The high cost of living has
bit the Parh dog market und souie of
tho best specimens on view at the an
nual dog show command prices rang-!
ing from M.000 to $3,000 Russian
gieyhounds nrc being offered for I li
at $800 each, despite the fact that1
they huve never taken any prizes in i
(. vmp titloM rid carry no guaranr--.
as to their pedigree. Urdinarv lap-'
dogs bring $100. '
srx-t.i s wo IfOONBRlKE.
(By International News Service )
WHKEL1NG. v Vs Revenue
agents returning from a trip into the1
wilds ,. U -,! ) ik ii, l.i tell ot almost !
primeval conditions existing there. In'
Randolph county the v found the na-1
tlves carrying revolvers In holsters;
strapped to belts about their waists
In some of the towns moonrhlne stills
Were being openly operated and re
ran,.,! as mu h :i pirn of the business
of the community as a general store I
A great many car vibrate and rat
tie ai high speeds dn0 to lose front
fenders These can often be rein
forced :ind made rlld by p tl ink B
rod between the two just below the
lamps Make two angle washers and
draw tight into place J,u the fend
ers back first bv hand to get the
length of tho rod and tho angle at
which to make angl washers. Make
of one-uuartcr inch Iron
Bank holida of England are not
'observed in Scotland.
OHIO WINS, WHOEVER WINS, IN j
RACE FOR PRESIDENCY
J MARDfNG?
-J JA5,M COX -;ji8B
I P&El.S A
&JVJ. MAJ??SOA , 'Sv
JJr X r?:S. TAFT
JJCVCAAA 77
Vg5geAvr iA-y T7-A
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Next March l. the Beventh president of the United States from the state of Ohio will be inaugurated,
Inset on the may are the Republican and Democratic candidates, I 1 1 of whom tfrei burn and raised
I in ohi i where they d1 musi r their lives. Small Bt&rs show the birthplaces oi Ohio's six president
to date. The two large stars show the homos of the 1920 candidates
WASN'T TOUGH, VERDICT:
ALTAR BOY GETS DAMAGES
(Bv International News Service.)
NEW v iRK. William McCu who
sued the Russell Sage Foundation for
printing hi picture In a book ' Boy
1 hood and Iawlesjnie.ss" recovered $3,-
TiuO before Justice Vord recently The
picture was labelled "The Toughest
Kid on the Block.'"
At the time McCue wua an altar boy
in St. Ambrose's Church. Justice Koid
in denying a motion to set aslib lie
verdict said:
Then in not a scintilla of evidence
thai he was tough at all The picture
Is a wicked libel
That la the great trouble with
. these movements. They think that
where theic is poverty there must be
criminality. As matter of tact In
these humble little homes in tho very
section pictured in this book (Hell's
Kitchen), there will be found more
'Christian piety, more devotion to roal
duty, more of tlir? iMCrllng QlUtlltlSB Ol
hunianlls than will be lound in the
. mansions along Fifth avenue
"These pi opie from their great
i height of seit -ciiiscluus i In h t e j usii est"
1 and superior excellence, peer down on
' and diacuss thSSfe humble beings as
though thev Wcie so iiiun' cobble
stones in the Btrsets, without any ie
I gard at all for their feelings or (heir
rights in the community."
BURLED BAB1 1 1 S kPl i
tuv ntcriiatlonal iw -ivii, )
CHAMPAIGN. Ill Mrs. Lewis
Limp, living east of Champaign, Saved
her baby from injury by throwing 11
nom n Wagon when the vehicle was
Struck by an automobile neai Homer
She Buffered broken legs and Other injuries
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
ALONG. Adverti sement.
on
All Fraternal Orders
A representative from every Fra
ternal order in ugdon Is earnestly re
quested to meet at the council cham
ber In the City Hall at 1 p m , Sun
day. July 13. to arrange for the big
All-Fraternal day at Lagoon to be
held on July 2s.
S T QUERY, Chairman.
10 DARKEN id
IPPLYJAGE TES
Look Young! Brme; Back Its
Natural Color, Gloss and
Attractiveness
."ominon garden sage brewed Into a
heavy fen with sulphur added, will turn
gTay, str'-nked nnd fnrterl hnlr beautiful!)
dsrk and luxuriant Jut a few eppllcn
Hons will prove a revelation If vour hlr
Is fadbiK. Streaked or gra MiIhk th.
Sag. Tea nnd SulphUl lecipe nl hoim ,
though 1 troublesome n kalei
to get a bottle of Wytth'S Sko and Bui
phur Compound at snv drug store "ii
rvady for use Thl. Is tb' 'id tlrtie n lp
improved b) the uildltlon of Otb ' IngTI
dlcnts,
While wispy, xr:i faded hair is not sin
full we nil desire to retain our yculhfnl
appearance end attractiveness B dark
SHinSJ your hnlr with Wysth'S BSST end
Sulphur Compound no oni can i Id be
cause it doen It so nulurally, o -viiilv
You Just dampen n sponsjfl or SOfl brush
with It and draw through yOUl hall
tnUInc: One fniall etrand hi ; time; hv
morninc 'ill mnv hslrs hav- disappeared,
and. after nnoihM application oi two,
your hair become beautifully dark)
Blossy. 50ft and luxuriant. Advertise
1 mtuiU
TICKLES' IVORIES MANY
HOURS. SEEKS NEW TITLE
(Bj Intcrnntloiw) Icws Service )
LON150N In a small cinema at
Croydon a man. muffled in iodine
bandages plays the piano for at ieai
fifteen hours daily In training tor
the world'" i na mpionahip for piano
playing endurance
He Ik Professor Albetf Kemp, who
lo in out to win a pri7.e of $511,000
Which a Chicago music firm has ot
fered L0 the man who can play the
pluno vni' hundred hours without a
stop.
"1 think I can do It." he said re
cently. J held the time (.hamphjn
shipTn 1517 for playing sixty-six hours
at Toronto, which carrb d a n ward :
$1,000, but since then a Cerman New I
Yo-.kri named Bohroedsr has played
for eighty-two hours, and he Is om-
petlng for the $5o.0oo
Mj arms are bound With iodine
bandages to keep the blood from
bursting thy fingers, and. at intcrvu:.
ihw piano k-s ore sprayed with
methylated spirit, SO that my finger I
tips don't crack 1 a.m fed by attend
ants as I go on. and between my
meals 1 chew tobacco. It l ;i habit1
of mine. My face, too. has lo be
bathed With eSU de cologne. which
clears my brain splendidly.
"One very difficult thing." Mr j
Kemp points out. 'In memorising suffi
cient pieces of music For IV conte.o:
I shall have to learn at least 150. and i
during the last three hours of the om
hundred I am to play the William
Teir overture. 'Parsifali' and th.-
'Poet and Peasant' overtures."
Kemp is to undergo his test at j
Crowdon on September 1. and the next1
week he will start a forty-nine hours-
tcHt, after which lie intends to forego
-de. , take exercisr on his bicycle, ami
then return to the Cinema for another
nine hours' playing
8TB V. BERRY ROP
iiiv International News Service.)
WASHINGTON. The strawberry
crop on the eastsrn shores of Maryland
and Virginia will bring into the farm
crs and truck fcrdWSTS thla year not
1 than $-'.000,000. an unling to es
timates of growers und bankers in
1. 1. 1 1 section. The bank accounts of
the Wlconlco count) formers alone
huve Increased $tJ5o,000 as n result
oi ;h ii berry shipments for the sea
son. The average price is 7.5o per
i rate Of twcnty-lv quarts, There ;uc
2B0 crat' S in f car loail, and each car
Is valued al $2,500. The shipments
so fa from the town of PlttSVllls have
been 1 1 I carloadSi and from Marlon
in Somerset county, almost twice that
number.
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8 PI tiSfi POIilTII M. JOB.
(Uv International News Service.)
BBRLIN. Gerhardt Hauptman.
German novelist and playwright, has
refused the offer of the Democratic
parts i" nominate him as candidate
for the Reichstag. "A man cannot
serve tvv.i masters," said llerr Haupt-
mann to a representative of th stee
Zcltiin 1 hav.. dedicated my life
to literature and must remain true to
this d. , i-.lon."
uu
There are thirteen different types of
road construction found on the Lin
coln highway between New York and
San Francisco.
nn
Lead-free zinc oxide forms one-half
of the compound of many automobile
tires.
PRIZE SALESGIRL OF DANVILLE
is
B I
$mm ffts s2ja HiiWeTOi m
? GAUD IKAS J .
Mis Mildred Baldwin h.-is been picked bj the DauviHe '111.)
yiross judges as i!n most beautiful salesgirl m tluti city, Hep photo
; graph has Im cii ontered in Khe national ulaagirlg' beauty contest, the
'winner of which will get a try m 1 1 1 moviea and on tne stage.
I protect you from the sun; gfive you perfeel ventilation througri
the patented Ventilator woven at the top of every Vudor Shade
-the (M,Y Shade made with a Ventilator- and gives you .is f
much or us little seclusion as you may want.
The New VI DOR Sell-Hanging Device I
cnahles vim unassisted i" hang a shade in foui .nmutes withoul
making a single mcasuremenl . im screws s n w driver or boring 1
lnol used nntlimrj m edeil I i 1 1 a hamtner Y n .-rui unhook the ! I
Shade in lexv, iIihh one minute to store it away For ihr winter,
and hook it up aaiti in the spring m two minutes, ami this keeps
it i'lan when not in use hi'! also doubles its life If
We have VUDORS in the besl selling colors and all sizes. j
They arc the most i FJective, durable shade made, and the pri es ifl
are moderate Come in and see them
I LAWN AND PORCH j l
FURNITURE
We are displayiug some verj run- porch and lawn furniture
Made oi selected maple arid reinforced In order to stimulate I
tlic Bale oi these practical and durable pieces we are offering I
them at very attractive reductions, j
" 174-6 Maple rocker, wickei seat. l7.2o grade $5.05
So. 685. Mapli rocker, natural finish, reinforced with steel I
rods ; $13.00 grade . .$10.80
No Maple lable, natural finish an excellent v. due; regu- j
lar l'l 8 50 reduced to $14 85 S j
So 887 Settee, made ef selected maple, natural finish r
&20.00 grade ... $16.20 j
... 887 Chair, $12.50 grade $11.10 I j
SlLL HAMMOl Ks RBDITClBD 25 PER I E N T
I DR VPERIES, WALLPAPER AND INTERIOR DECORATIONS
9 "Tin- Sign of tlie Rocking Chair'.' I
j
FEAR SHUTDOWN
OF STEEL ILLS
Operators Show Seriousness
of Conditions Following
Freight Car Order
WASHINGTON, July 10. A shut
down of sievi mill.s is threatened be
cause of car shortage, representatives
; of more than a score of steel nianu
I facturers toda.v informed the Inter
state commerce commission. Oaniei
IWUlard, chairman of the advisory
committee of the auoolatloa of rnii
I way eMCUtlveS who also appeared be
fore the commission was equally insis
tant. however, that any general 8UB
' lienslon of industry would lie averted
land th;it i in pro v nun t was possible in
1 th- steel trade.
' 1 bel!-vo there will not be any
(general shutdown of industry,' de
I dated Mr W ill. ud The situation I
I believe will not get anv worse, and 1
I believe we can make It better."
U N WITNESSES
A half seen- witnesses appeared
lal the closing session ol the commis
sion's hearing on possible modifica
tion of its order requiring preference
to be given coal mines east, of thei
sSlsslsslppii in the assignment or open
top curs No indication of tho com-
I mission's probable action was given
at adjournment
Addressing the Shippers, Chairman
iClark declared the commission reallz-!
j -d the "utter Impossibility ' oi pleas
; ing ail of them, bm be urged that they
! lollow the suggestion of Mr WlUard
to attempt solution Of car service
through cooperation betweon them
'and the railroad Offlolalfl
BUILDING Ol Ito Ms
i Bj the shippers and the railroads
acting through local car service COm-
mlttsss, Mr wlllkr'd expected it would
t not be necessary to prevent all move-1
Iment of building and that mater
lain could be moved for highway re-1
I pairs, maintenance and construction
of essential connecting road links
Such transportation ho anticipated,
i .mill ie bad on tb return movemenl
of the open top equipment to the
mines.
Other witnesses in their testimony
j pointed to the necessity of rushing coal
tO northern Michigan, Wisconsin. in
'nesota, North and South Dakota while
lake transportation was available
I w illard described the coal movemenl
to that territory ss the most dlHtiir-j
i 1 1 , k problem" at present, as.-enlngi
I that IB, 000,000 tons must be moved
I by wav of l he threat I-akes before the
c lose of navlgs i Ion,
MOVEMENT OF COAL
Plans for the movement of the coall
, lo this tenitorv will be considered at il
r ling of local operators here Mon
ti ij nnd Tuesday, und by the railwoy.l
exeeutives at New York Wednesday
Mr, Willard told the commission he
hopid the plans developed by these i
crnf erenceH would not require new
'emergenev orders from the commis
sion to tnaure the oal movemsnl but
!if nctessar. he na.Ui would itaJs Cor,
I orders laic next week.
j
ARMENIANS WILL MAKE
PEACE WITH RUSS REDS
CONSTANTINOPMB, July 10, Ar-
menian representatives in Constant!- H
nople have been advised that peace H
! will be concluded at Moscow between H
the Bolshevik I and the Armenians and H
that consular and diplomatic relation
will be resumed immediately. Leo H
Shanth represented Armenia in th H
MOSCOW negotiations and M. Karak; H
han acted for the Bolshe ikl.
With the Bolshevik! dominating
Azerbaijan, the British evacuating-
Haium and Bolshevik! ministers In, H
both Tiflls and Erlvan, speedy dorm- H
nation of the entire Caucasus by thu. H
Uolshevlkl seems inevitable H
UU H
JERSEY REPUBLICANS I
FORMALLY OPEN CAMPAIGN j
TRENTON, N . July 10 Th
New Jersey stale league of RepVfr4ic H
an clubs, with a membership rod 94. H
more than lSu.000. formally open .'3 H
the Harding and Coolidge campaign H
In this state at the leagues annutt! H
convention here today. The convention H
enthusiastically accepted the Repu- H
lican attitude toward the league Of H
nations, endorsed Harding and Cool-' H
idgc and pledged them support, ap- H
proved the Chicago platform and jH
congratulated the women of New H
Jersey upon the near prospect of H
their getting the ballot. Great ap- J
plause greeted the names of tho na- H
tlonal candidates. H
Collectors hav paid as inch
$15U0 for an ink's egg.
ft WtfMiTiftnriMM mmMm m
Now discov-ry In dt?r)la
torles Will positively stunt j
and weaken hair (irovth:
Oil? rants accompanies each
bottle. Removes hair per
fect! cle.n without the least
oiln or d scomfort. Easy to
Pl-ly quick and efficient In
iti action. Don't hesitate to
me It, On sale at In portant
vruo stores and beauty par
lors Pries S1.C0. If unable
10 obtain wi Ite the factory
D C. FELT CHEMICAL CO.
Salt Lake City, Utah
r2JffiT CATARRH
JJjkW BLADDER
SbQHB 24 HOURS
IHf i ill "fitST (Miov;
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