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RH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, JULY i. IV20 7 -
IB YOU MUST COME AND SEE THE
MOST COMPLETE LINE OF PORCH
SWINGS AND HAMMOCKS
J IN THE CITY
M Pretty Katherine
'mi MacDonald Gets
hR Best Role of Career
' afP Social parasities who have wormn
' 'ijUB J their way into the confidence of the
BUM 1 unsuspecting Mnry Grant, plot to steal
the fortune she- won at Monte Carlo
? in "Passions Playground, 1 the First
'fiflPUl National picture starring: Katherine
ffiflfjB J MaeDonaid and now showing at the
MB ' igden theatre. They drug her in an
jfwH; old chateau and .rc about to make
ffiij a getaway with her valuables when
'CXRi f Mary's prince happens on the scene
The prince, in a desperate fight, hears
fjS)1 ,ne villainous Lord Dauntrey and re-
Bavl covers the Jewels The picture is the
.: rti film version of the faimous book dcai-
SHHKH lng with llf"- at Monte Carlo. "Tha
LX, Guests Of Here ilea ' by C N and A.
MB ' Ulia msoi
, J .
Odea Womaj. Writes
Story For McClure's
The story, "The Woman In the Sam
pan," which was featured Lb the June
issue of McClure's magazine, was writ
ten by a former gden woman, Blanch
Howard Wanner SIlM Wcnner is well
known in this city. She loft Ogden a
number of yean ago to attend Welles
ley, from Which college she was cradu-nted
PATENT OFFICIAL RESIGNS
WASHINGTON". July 1 8 James T.
Newton, commissioner of patents, to
day announced his resignation, effec
tive next Monday. Me has been con
nected in various capacities with the
patent office since 1891, and ornmM
Isloner since August, 1917. Mr New
ton is a native of Georgia
Man Who Fought Liquor Con
viction Rearrested Today
On Judge's Order.
After evading the Uutchcs of 'he
law for month.- during which time he
appealed hla case to the district court
and the supreme court of Utah, James
i Roberta of Ogden was taken into
custodj this morning and began to
serve three months' hard labor In the
i county Jail after having been convicted
of having liQUor In his possession. In
addition to the three months sojourn
in Jail, Robert must pay a fine of
Notice that the appeal of Roberta
has been dlsmUpaed by the supremo
court reached Ogdan tills morning an i
Judge a. W. Agree, who imposed t.i
sentence before the appeal. Immedi
ately ordered sheriff H. C. Peterson to
r.loro V-lIni miller .TITCjl
Record of the case show tliat If
Roberts had taken his medicine,"
which was but a fine of 1260. imposed
upon him by Judge I. R Roberts in
the city romt where he first came to
trial, he would have been In much
better circumstances than today Fol
lowing the irlul he Insisted that the
case be taken to the district court.
Ho was found guilty by a jur and
Judge Agee not only Increased the
fino to $299, but ordered that he ' r 1
ihrec months in the county Jail at hard
labor Roberts then appealed his c ise
to the supreme court, but Judge Agee a
decision was upheld and today the
remitltur was returned and Roberts
compelled to pay the penalty for his
It is .shown in the records of the
ras that Sheriff H. C. Peterson and
deputy sheriffs sM7.cd eleven cases of
! whiskey on the Roberts ranch in Burch
! creek and look Roberts into custody
1 at the same time.
it is shown that the officers received
i h ir luformatlon of the whlske cache
', on the Roberts ranch from a man who
told the officers that he sold the liquor
j to Roberts. He is said to have claimed
; that Roberts double-crossed him DJ
! giving him a check at the lime the
liquor wus transferred to Roberts and
later stopping pament on the check
Tha man is said to have com- to the
; officers voluntarll) and "squealed" In
j order htat lie might obtain his re
mmm rnK.i-t h lrl. thought he
' was safe after obtaining the liquor,
land stopping payment on the, check.
! because he thought the seller would
not dare to reveal the transaction.
Acting upon this Information t lie
officers allege they went to the Rob
Si ' - ranch and caught Roberts with
i the liquor actually in his hand.- They
said they hid in the brush and saw the
liquor nansfered to a ruche near a
Stream where the liquor was being
After the conviction in the city court,
Roberts, acting It Is said, conn.in to
the advice of his attorney. D. L Stine.
appealed his case to the district ourt.
employing Attorney A. G. Horn tO de
I fend him
After tWO trials he was found guilty
land was sentenced by Judge Ajraa to
pay n fine rf J299 and sre three
I months in the county jail.
Roberts was conducting a looming
STOCK SHOW IS
Members of Ogden Livestock
Exchange Take Initial
Step For Second Exhibit
, Members of the rigdcn Livestock
. Kxchangc donntr-.i iuimi for the sec
ond annual livestock show, which It
is proposed to hold In Ogden naxi
winter, it meeting held in the Mar
ion hotel last night.
i This is the first definite step that
:has been i;ikcn toward exhibition,
which when plans were first announc
ed, was to be an annual affair
The looal livestock men said thai the
'success of the first show was so gratl
. fying that immediate steps Will be
taken to stage a second and larger
show here toward the end of this year
; Officers of the Ogden Livestock Ex-;
I change arc- W L, Norton, president.,
L. L. Keller icr president; Andrew
Bingham, treasurer; John a Moffat,
Will Go Over Normal
heat production In Utah and Idaho
this year will greatly exceed the toial
ol last ear, according to eftlmate
made yeste-rdav at the annual conven
Uon of Utah-Idaho Millers' associa
tion In Salt Lake, at which Ogden
members of the association were pres.
cnt. La9l year's crop was far below
normal it was explained, while ihl3
year's crop will bo an average one.
The convention voted thai rcpresen- ;
tatlves of the association should meet
with railroad officials and request that
the minimum weiph; of flour on which
carload rates may he obtained be re
duced to pro-war classifications. At
present it Is 60 000 pounds.
H H. Blood w as re elected presi
dent. E. E. Rich Ice president, .1 J.
Neville treasurer, and Hyrum Ben
nlon. Jr . of Murray secretary.
Sessions were held in the afternoon
and morning. In the evening the j
members of the association went i o I
house In the city at the time of his
arrest, and. according to Judge Agee.
was evidently bringing the whiskey to
his lodging house and selling It. Liquor
was aloo found In the rouinlngh'ouse
as well as 0.0 the ranch. It Is said.
I Deputy Sheriff William Brofrn took
Itohcrts into custody this morning and
took him to the county jail. Sheriff
' Peterson said follow ing Robert's ar
rival at the jail that the sentence Will
he stern h carried OUt and Roberts
must occupy his lime wLh hard work.
MONTREAL, July 13. William H
Taft has been appointed to represent
the Grand Trunk railroad on the board
of arbitration to determine the amount
to bi paid by the dominion govern
ment for tha stm k of the corporation.
The announcement was made official
A big-scale road test on
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tubes in service not confined to isolated ? . . A
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I , 2 , UUOON AVE rONl POUIt MVt
CIl IC LEA Gl
Mm. A W. Agee will b host cm
to the membcrM of the Ogden Civic
Leagu Wednobdfty ftern ron at her
home in the Falnicw apartments.
CARD I RTA
Mam ban of the women's Rails
corps will entertain at a card p.irtv
WadnSSdSJT afternoon at the home u
Mrs. Pearl Elliott. 156 Hurrlnvllle
avenu Members an'l frlen are
I.l rum LEAGI Em
The Luther LeaR-e of tha Blhil I
English Lutheran church will meei
WVdnesdav evening at the home oi
Rov and Evelyn 3wanson at Harris
Mile. LEAVES FOH V ASHlNt.TOV.
Mrs Mary Farley of :To Oramercy
.venua, has left for Everett. Washing
ton, where she will -visit for the next
mon'.h with her daughter. Mrs Watt
F. Lloyd. Mrs. Lloyd before her mar-
rlae was Mlaa Maude Farley. Mr.
Lloyd hos charge of a large meat
market in Everett. While In Wash
ington. Mrs. Farley will visit Seattie
mil Portland. Oregon
TREMONTON. July 13 Mrs- E. J.
Ijvno spent the 5th of July In Pora
tello, Idaho She waa accompanied 1
by htr niece. Miss Irene Crum. The
two ieturno1 Tuesiav morning.
Mr and Mrs. J H. Keller had as j
their guest, Mrs AMn Keller of Rti-(
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Ziseger have re
turned to Soda Springs. Idaho, after
a visit in Tremonton.
Mr. and Mra. John L Hunsakfr re
turned last week from a visit with rel
atives at Backland Idaho.
a a a
Miss Arlene Brlnkmann of Ogden
pnt s few a few davs Inst week vis- I
Itlng her parents, Mr and Mrs. E.
Miss Lola Westmoreland Oi Soutii
Carrilina arrivjd in Tremonton last
week to spend the summer weeks a',
the home of her brother, William
Westmoreland snd family
J H Wooton of Tremonton left
for Salt Lake to attend the conven
tion of the National Education asso
ciation. a ' a a
Mr. and Mrs E Ivorsen and family ,
hae returned from Ogden, where'
fh-- attended a reception given at
the home of relatives
(gpeciftl to The Standard-Examiner I
OARLAND, July 18 MlSS Burhlca
Crrovai returnod home aiter spending
two weeks Kiting relatives In St. An
Mrs .1 S Rhodes was hnMH to
th- Ladles' of the Self-Culture club;
last F'rida afternoon A program
waa given during tht afternoon, after I
11 III II I II
which, refre-hmcnts were served to
about thirty members and gueata.
Mr. and Mrs David Johnson and
children of Soda Springs Idaho, re
turned to their home Frlda OVOnlnR
after a tew days' visit with Mr. John
son's father. C A Johnson.
Mrs. Nels M Hansen and bal-
Aberdeen. Is a guest at the hoRif ol
Mrs Hinsen 's parents
Mr nd Mrs t'harlea Munns te
turned from Logan. whe' they were
!gueis for rouple of days.
. . .
Mr. and Mra. Charles B-en and
children have returned from Logan,
where they spent the fourth
Mr and Mrs. R. T. Shaw returned WM
from Logan where they spent the LB
fourth with Mrs Shaw's parents. Mr. MmW
and Mrs. E. R. Owens. MmM
rr. and Mrs. Orson Ma bey has re
turned from a islt In Farmlngton. Mmm
Mrs N it Montgomery of A ost. Ltan.
was a guest laM week in Garland at
the home of her mother. Mrs. Mary
W. Howell. mm
i in . ll H DIES OH COAST
SANTA BARBARA. Cal.. July 13.
Frank Trumbull, of New York Cltj mmm
former railwa president and banker
Idled la' niKhi at i hotel here. A
ppiraajiii ii - ' , -
it ilk rceo.' JtiyU lo K C. M.
"Aunt Sall- she "biew I
how all tight I
WHEN I wis small. ! 80 WHEN I happened.
I USED to watch. ON SOME cigarettes !
AUNT SALLY. WRAPPED NEATLY up. j
PUT UPfruU.' IN A glaS.5,n. j.aCk8t-
AND VEGETABLES. 1 OIDN'T
IT WAS Just for looks.
FOR THE winter. ...
BUT RATHER that
I REMEMBER how. ...
THE EXTRA wrapper.
SHE PACKED It all. ...
. . KEPT AIR and dampaesg.
IN CLEAN glass jars.
. . ALL OUTSIDE
AND SEALED the tops. AND GOODNESS in.
WITH PARAFFIN so THAT'S another.
TO KEEP out. BLAME GOOD reason why.
m . a
ALL THE air aad keep. "THEY SATISFY."
THE JUICY flavor in.
UITE right, that neat g-lassine
AND ALL the winter. jacket isn't just for look?- It
protects your Chesterfields from
THANKS TO her. tha weather seals in tha flavor of
... those wonderful Turkish and Do-
WE HAD the fruits. mestic tobaccos keeps them Cfl
prim shape for smoking: Ram or
OF SUMMER on our table, shine, winter or summer, Chester-
fields always rsatisfy!"
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