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I LAST TIME TODAY. I
I It's A Riot!
And as for speed, love, daring, a glorious fight and excite
ment i Oh, Boy! Oh, Girl!
YOU'LL SAY IT IS SOME PICTURE.
I WALL IE REID in
"EXCUSE MY DUST"
AND A SUNSHINE CCMEDY
The Best Program Ever Shown
UTAH THEM TRIE.
I CCOL AND COMFORTA8LE SEATS
TOMORROW DOROTHY GISH IN
"REMODELING HER HUSBAND."
I TO SEE !
Utah Delegation at Washington
to Look Over Location for
Senator P.ecd Rmoot together with
representatives cf the bus!:. ess Inter
ests of Salt Ia-:e and Ogden will in
spect the site of tho Ogden Arsenal ut
Sunset Saturday afternoon It was an
nounced tod&y- Captain V. P. KaL
and other federal authorities will ac
company the inspection delegation
Senator v, i!. King ;nd Congress
man 1 11. Welling of L'luh arc c.-.-pected
to join the party
The material far the Arsenal 1 a
riving da'iy according to Captain K.n.
and work will be started during the
early part of August on the railroad
I Sign Painter Held
On Speeding Charge
W llliarr. Purdy well known sign
painter of this city, was released from
the clt Jail last night upon payment
of five dollars bail. He was arrested
on a charge of speeding Purdy i
alleged to hie lrtvn h. nolo from
Wall avenue to Madison avenue on
Twenty-eighth street, exr coding at all
times, according to Walter Moor.- and
AY. A. Taylor, the speed of ID mile
Purdy .'.id not appear this morning
aS 'Judge L n. Roberta waa not in lb
city, and court session was postponed
League Game to Be Piayed at
Lorin Farr Park Saturday
Th- ' urdon baseball tram will clash
with the ElonSyville nln at Iorln
l . i pari; net Saturday afternoon at
4 p. m , in a regular Wasatch league
game. Uoth tennis will present their
Strongest line-up and a good contest
i n Sunday at 3 30 p. m . the Ogden
league team will cross bats with a
plckeJ team put in the field by the
8. P shops. Manager lien Hcrrlck
. of the S. P. team promises a strong
I The a. P. boys are endeavoring to
; ml 30 a fund to purchase uniforms
j -id the " fans" will not only have the
chonce of witnessing a fast contest,
; uut will h ive the privilege of helping
I them get the coveted "scenery."
Th field Will be in good shape for
j ibe two cpntesta and sprinkling will
be donq Just prior to each contest, so
as to do all possible for the comfort
of the spectators.
S. S, Conference at
Liberty on Sunday
' Sunday school conference will be
held at the Liberty ward next Sunday
' with two session. Members of the
)g.1en Stake Sunday school board will
be present. Thl.s conference will cum
p. the funday school conferences
In i ho stake for the present ear.
I Stop That Squeak!
Loos wheels invic disaster. At the first warring
i squeak apply
H Spok Tite
A marvelous preparation that tightens loos
wheels and stops body squeaks permancnt-
ly, Wheels once treated with SPOK TITE
1 .vill never loosen. It also tightens tool
I handles, golf clubs, whiff letrees, wagon and
1 carriage wheels. Not a glue.
Invest $ 1 .75 to Save $ 1 0
A can of SPOK TITE and twenty minutes of your
J tune will do a $10 job. It saves resetting your wheels
I If you can oil a bearing you can "stop that squeak"
j with SPOK TITE Get a can today.
I EheBsman Oiitairiobile Co
I CARS ACCESSORIES j SHDP-GflRflGE J
J j I tocF3 2564-256 6- 11 9SS F I
J ( WASM INGTON AVE. Zr
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chez Re-1
turn From Trip to Utah
Mi and Mrs Joseph Chez and fam
ily have rctnriw.l irnni i .1.1 iirh . f u 1
trip through south, in t ' tii h. visiting
Lake I'tah. Fish Lake and Brycc can
Speaking of the trln Mrs Chez Bald:
"Our trip covered practically the
same toiritory Included In the Boy
Scouts' itinera rj We arrived at Pish
L-ike at about 7 p. m.. on July 4th,
j and although we had experienced the
I usual Fourth of July temperature
! during the trip, WC lost no time in
j donning our sweaters and building a
roaring camp fire, as it was a Chilly'
reception We received at Fish Lake.
' sltuate.l y.ooo feet abov- the sea. The
! (rater, likt that of many other moun
I tain llke3, is deep blue In color, the
lake la about nine miles long and
three miles wide. The accom iiuula
I lions, though ui uOe, are quite in keep
ing with the rustic character of the
surroundings. To the fisherman let
me siiy. the lake abounds in MaeUl
1 naw trout, an extremely wary varlet; ,
las wc can testify hut theie ifl no limit
I to the size of the fish .-.tory, and many
i arc successful In landing big ones.'
' fish 1 mf an, not storks
GO TO BKYCfi N
' 'Aftei breaking camp, we left Fish
I Like with resret, and proceeded on
our way to Uryco canyon, passing
through a number of picturesque can
yons, the most unusual of which la
I Olenwbbd, with Its rarely beautiful
The approach to IJryee canyon
I leads throuKb Red canyon, which true
j to its name, contracts Strangely with
I the green of the pines rising majea
I lieally from the red soil
ll.WHi FROM RIM.
'Brycc canyon can i.e viewed only
I from the rim. unless one chooser to
follow a steep and somewhat uncer
tain trail down into its depths The
run is said to be 20 mile around, but
1 an excellent vantage grounrl may bo
i gained by a walk of a mile or two.
I Touri9ts arrange to arrive in tlne Jbr
'sunset and remain to view Its gran-'
I deur by sunrise. arose at 5:15.
followed the trail to a knoll and wit
nessed tho most awe-Inspiring spec-j
tacle it has been our privilege to see j
anywhere else on our continent.
a fellow tourist who has visited
, the Alps, declared It to be equal in!
grandeur to the far-fumed wonderland'
J of Switzerland. Although writers!
j have admitted that its wonders can-;
not bo described, and photographers I
i have acknowledged their inability to1
photograph its unusual coloring. 1 can
j at least set down hore my Impressions
! of it. I saw fine old castles, whose ,
jturrets seemed touched with flarao
from tho rising 3im. I saw White I
I robed choirs wlndinc the ir way Into
; ancient cathedrals of natural archl-
tecture. and yonder, in a temple gar
I den. a crouching lion holding an hm
i posing place. There, near the center
of the gorge, hewn out of stone, old
Atlas holds the world upon his ir.as-
sive shoulders, and fitting w. .1 into'
I this rare panorama of nature, til n
'stands in a niche of stone, as though
carved there b tho hand of a su )(or
the figure of the Good Shepherd, with'
bis hand extended protecting! OVei
j his flock Just beyond, our eyes fell
' upon a vaft amphitheater, abandoned .
I and forsaken, and ocr nil, no ranOpj
I but the blue of heaven, no SOUlid Me
; the somber moaning of the wn dsv . pt
Real Western Picture
With Punch is Seen in
Ogden Theatre Program
Few western photodramas icgijtcr
; the "i)iinch" and thrills and hold the
Interest of the ?p. . tator as uj.j "Uio
Grande.'" real live border drama,
which opens at the Ogden Lheatre
Thursday for a three-day showing
Tbo picture was re-revlew cd by tho
i management and pronounced u rln
j ner In which their patrons wl'l be
sr. atiy interested
j Another big western drama by JSm
I erson Hough U "The Sagebrusher,"
J which recently appeared In tho gat
i urday Elvenlng I'ost. it is ; -cry
strong storv presented by an cXCfp
I tlonally strong cast
Today closes the engagement of
(Catherine Mat Donald in ' Passion'!
j yground." a story of Monte Carlo.
1 wltli its excitement and Intrigue,
l.cautlful women and beautiful g ivns.
Accept Aliens For
X'atlv.' Il!:.t rates and non-Knglisb
speaking cltlxena and aliens who have
' declared their Intention to become citi
zens will be accepted for authorised
branches of the I'nlted States army on
and aftr July I'd. This Information
was received here today by Recruiting
Sergeant E A Stumpf.
Recruits will he accepted either for
general or special assignment
Men accepted under this order aft r
final examination, will be sent to the
nearest 61 'he five educational ' enters
j to be established next wet u. In this
case being Camp Lewis. Wash.
to Hold Reunion
Members of th Ileningor f-imil
III hold a reunion at the Lorin Pan
park on AugiiHt 3. Cordial invitation
la extended t.. every rclatlvn to join
In the reunion and make it one of the
best successes of the reason A pro
gram has been planned for the afternoon.
Meet at 7th Ward
Scandinavians of Ocden and Its vi
cinity are to meet at 8 o'clock Friday
evening in th Bcw-nth ward meeting
house- C. A. Tornbloom will give an
(By international News. Service.)
BOSTON. A housewives' boycott
of beef resulted in a general reduction
I In wholesale prices in the Uoston mar
l. I Best hindquarters sell for 33
rents and best sides for 28 cents, a
j reduction of four cents in n week. The
f I reduction is general in all cuts.
Mii s I
State Tests Will Be Conducted
Here Under Direction of
Supt. B. A. Fowler.
In compliance with the request from
the State Superintendent of Schools,
i Leo J Mui-., examinations' will he held
in each county seat for teachers wish
ing to quality for certificates to teacn
school during the ensuing eat
Supt. B. A. Fowler has arranged to
conduct these examinations on the
dates set by the state. They Will be
held in the offices of Weber Count
School Board In the First National
I Hank building beginning at 0 a. m, on
July 2'J. It is possible that a second
'examination win be hold later, but th:s
Is the only one advertised to date. Alt
I who can should make arrangements
to take these tests as arranged for ap
I plicunts for either the second or third
I class certif irates, the superintendent
said. If away attending summer school,
the applicant may take the oxamlua
tlpns In the city where she may be
! residing at the time
Following are the subjects and dates
,.ns sent out from the tate office.
Knsrlish including grammar, spell-1
: Ing. Composition, and literature July'
22nd ' a m.
; education and Psychology bseii j
I upon recent texts in elementary eiiu-i
catlonal psychology and principles ot
education, July 22nd, 10 3'i 0 m. '
Health Education! including per
sonal and school hygiene based upon
T. '-man's Hygiene of the School Child
' and Bancroft's T'ostun of School Chil
dren. The applicant should be familiar
i with the Utah Course of study Sup
plement on Medical Inspecll n Health'
.Supervision, and Physical education in
; the Schools July 22nd, 1:30 p. ni
Citizenship; including responsibility
of the school In preparing for Cltlzen-
ship. in hcipimt to solve community
problems, and encouraging Intelligent ,
participation in community life. Ap-I
plicunts should study Dunn's Com
munity tiuI Citizen. July 22nd. 3 p. m.
Nature Study or Arithmetic Jnt
23rd. ! a. m.
I". S History or Geograph July
2Jrd, 10.30 a in.
Art or Musle July 23rd, 2 i m
In each of the lrst three cxamlna-.
tions. appllaanta lake their clioice of
Evidence of satisfactory completion
of any subject In a course of college
grade will be accepted In lieu of ex
amination In such subject.
These examinations are not for re
newal of certificates. Teachers who
now- hold, second and third class cer
tificates are expected to renew by com
pleting at least flo semester hours ot
additional college work.
TEH SALES EVERY HOUR"
Here Is a Case When Time
Speaking of wages being high."
sas the adman at Wrights, "we are
nuking a bid for customers time to
morrow and offering to pay the high
est scale ever offered. The 8ccas;on
Is tho first Hour Sale that we have
held in months The idea is to offr
ten Very remarkable bargains every
hour or eighty of them during the
day. The items have been selected
with great care as to their desirability
and prices have been lowered sharply, i
At nine o'clock the- first ten Items are!
offered. The bell will ring at ten
o'clock, and ten others are offered
and so on through the day.
Prom eleven to two luncheon will
be served at the Fountain at little
c ost this for those who wish to re
main for the afternoon events. An
other feature of the day Is the open
ing of our s: hool in canning in whl i
the newest methods in canning with
out sugar will be explained and dem
onstrated. This is a little extra service
that We have planned for our cus
tomers. The doors are io open at nine
o'clock at which time many customers j
will be assembled waiting for the open- '
iag sales. The announcement appears j
In tiioth. r p.ir: of todays Standard-I
LAST TIE TODAY
AT UTAH THEflTREi
Wallace Reld Is not the only one i
(Who proves himself .. speed .1. -11.011 In
"Excuse My Iiust.'' the new automo-,
I bile racing picture featuring the hand?
some star at the u tali theatre last time
today, Theodore Roberta the veteran
.character actor, ppots a racer In the,
i momentous contest that provides most:
of the thrills in the Held feature. He
I did It with all the nonchalance of an
Oldfleld .guiding the car at a seventy
mile clip from Los Angeles to San
Francisco and deriving keen pleasure
and healthful excitement from the ex-
iperlence. His only regret, according
(to Mr. Roberts, was that he could not
k. p lighted the cigar which Is con
stantly between his lips.
"'Excuse My rust'" Is packed with
fun and excitement. If Is a companion
'picture to "The Loarlng Road." a
I former Reld auto story and. like its:
predecessor, was written by BjTon
1 Morgan. Ann Little Is th leading wo
man. The photoplay 1.1 a Paramount ;
4 RKNl Ml l IN MI.XIl O
(Bj- International NeWB Nerlcc. )
I MEXICO CITY Immediate re
sumption of traffic has been ordered
en th branch of the National Railway
lines extending from this city to Cuer
navaca and Igluala to Balsas. In the
tats of Guerrero The entire line has
been restored for traffic, it having in
the pas' be n permitted to fall Into
'disrepair during the domination of
j Emlllano Zapata, until the time of his
d ;ith the band.', leader of the state
01' Morales. It 1m also announced by
government officials that preparations
jarc under way for the completion of
the road to Aeapuleo. on the Pacific
poaat This will give the fifth seaport
on the west roast with railroad com-!
imunlcations to the interior Guuymaw,
Masatlan. Manzanlllo. Aeapuleo and,!
Salma Crur. I
Ogden Man Gives Impressions
of Democratic Convention
at San Francisco
W, J. Parker, state senator and1
chairman of the I'tah delegation to
the National Democratic convention at
San Francisco has returned lo Op-don
from the coast rnthusfd over the pos
sibilities of tho Democratic ticket next
The I'tah delegates were solid for
Mi Adoo until the final balolt ae.-ord-
ing to Parker:
"It was one of the greatest conven
tions over held and one which wis
worth considerable to attend," said
"In Cox and Roosevelt we have a
ticket which should sweep the i-nUre
country. Both men are exceptional
and In my estimation when the final
votes arc counted our party will again
he the leader in this country.
"No steam roller was used at the
San Francisco convention the alfi.-i
being a regular free for all, with eacn j
delegate free to vote for his favorite.
The majority of the delegates were u:i
"TJntU the final ballot was taken II
was a r0-.-o proposition with McAdOO
leading Cox by a few votes. WhCU
Palmer withdrew- the tide of battle
changed and Cox i'. :is elected. Che.-i
after cheer event up when the news
was announced and ill were hlghlv 111
favor of the way the nomin ation went
"The Snn Pranolsco people treated
the Democratic visitors fine doing all
in their power to show them a good
time. Their hospitality was of the A'-I
variety and deb-sale? from ill s-c'Wm!
of the country were unanimous In Of
fering thanks to the people of the Baj
When a-iked ,t.j to the ChanCCS Of
the state Democratic ticket the local
man stated that he coilld see nothing j
but a clean sweep in I'tah as well as
the country and that the Democrats
would again hold sway.
Census of Children of School
Age to Be Started
With the summer vacation fast cov
ering the period for sports at the old
swimming hole, in the canyons, and
other phases of vacation entertain
ment, the school doors of all Ogden
schools will be unbolted for fall ses- j
siojis September is,' according to In
formation gncn out today.
Official count of noses of Ogden
school students will be Started tomor-l
row Five workers have been em-j
plo;cd by the City board of education
for the work. It is expected that a
great increase in the number of stu-;
denLs will be noted when the doors 1
open in the fall.
"GOOD TIME HAD
BY ALL" AT CITY I
For the first time in months the
city commissioners and Mayor
Frank Francis faced each other
this morning across the tabic In
the city executives office and
found there was no official busi
ness to come before the board.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and silence reigned
"Well." said Francis, breaking
the long pause "If there is no
business we will dcote the meet
ing to manufacturing some news
for the reporter."
The reporter sharpened hl3 pen
cil and looked from face to face,
but they were still blanks and
there was no eiciting exclamat
ions on the part of the city board.
'I move wc adjourn." said some
one. "Aye aye, aye." came the others
and the reporter whispered some
thing unfit for print.
However, the board members
went their various ways feeling
that there would be nothing In the
paper today to cause them worrj
or grief or anger or Joy or sad
ness. And. well, did they guess
the truth A good time was had
TAKE CHICKENS TO
CAFE; EAT AND SKIP
Joseph Tayfor. rieorge Firth Joe
Miller and Ray onde are at the city
Jail booked to appear tomorrow morn
ing before Judge 1. R Roberts charg
ed with obtaining a meal and refusing 1
to pay for it.
The men are alleged to have entered
a cafe on Twenty-fifth street a little
before 1 o'clock this morning. They
had two chickens which they had the
cook at the resturant prepare as a ,
meal. Shoe string potatoes, coffee, pie
and other trimmings were ordered by
the quartette who. after having satis
fled the craving of th- Inner man,
departed with a rush to avoid pa ing
for their supper, the police say.
Chauffeur Ed Rutterflelcl and De
tective Pete Naylln apprehended the
quartette and lodged them In the city
That they were hungry and without
funds was the explanation given by
Where, they procured tho chickens
will be the next step in the case, it was
asserted at the police station today.
IS AFRAID A ME I lit WS
WILL DOMINATE ISLE
(By International News Service.)
LONDON "I am a prophet and by
the visions I have had I am able to
tell the country what times lies be
fore it," Thomas Carter a barefoot
fanatic declared, after he had appear
ed suddenly In Westminster Abbey
and snuffed out the altar candles as
a service ended
"A great crisis has arisen, and If
(here be no general repentance of the
people then the great country of Am
erica will come and dominate Eiik-J
j CLEAN-UP j ,
Am A& the season is well advanced, we have decided to make
fflW a son era 1 clean. in wr:..h dress goods, regardless of RjH
9 what they cost us These materials art all new, of thi? gf Ml
pL-J season's styles. Ihc assortment is yet very pood, but the j
pieces are getting down to where there i? only one or two (jV O
k j more dress lengths to the piece, therefore wc would sug I 1
I gest an early purchase. The sale goods consists of the mm ll
gjjjsj following matovir.ls. Printed voiles and flaxons, divided ES i
I into three different lots : Nj l
LOT i . LOT 0 LOT 3 $ i
$1 REDUCED I REDUCED REDUCED f7i J J
From- Frorj From j
$1.65 to 98c j $1.00 to 63c 83c to 49c F v1
Paine & Hurst J
&73Z' rT"Z,:-r--!' "Vr'iiV' CTSTTS??' P&iar i
tea&k zZ3mtBm saii -ss igS I
to Atiend Conference
Two representative.'; of th.. general
church authorities are expected to be
present and deliver addresses m Ov
quarterly conference of the Weber
stake to be held In the tabernacle next
Sunda Sessions win be held at lo a.
m. and 2 p. m.
President I- W. Shurtliff will pre
side at both sey.-sions ami the priest
hood are urred to be In their places by
9'50 at the morning BCSSlon.
'ivving to the fact that the great
organ is being repaired and the taber
nncle choir is on a vacation, members
of tho stake are Invited to attend the
conferences prepared to engage in
HIGHER VI T'
(By International News Service.)
PARIS --No matter how short they
are the women still hold them up. Here
in Pails. where skirts are shorter than
In any other civilized town, some even
stopping at the knee, they are always
elevated still further on rainy days.
Ogden Girls Accuse II
Two Sail Lake Mm u' m
Two sixteen year old Ogden girl .
1 weeks ago are iindr the care of tlv- HS
juvenile court, while probation ofri- H
eel's are searching lir two men. said Mww
be residents of Sail Lake, who eiw jH 1
alleged to have wronged the gins. RE
The two girls told the officers they
started along the Rlverdale road for
0 Walk Passing cars cave them lirts 10
until they arrived in Salt Lake. They
met two men and two days later,
Juvenile authorities found the girl! B
and rent (hem to Ogden K
Neither Of the rrirls know the name Jmm'-"
of the man who she was with, nor tho
1" ililv "f 1 ll r- hmisi' in wiiirh Th' ' t Wja
claimed to have stayed. H-
An effort Is being made to locatt i
the men by the descriptions given by K
Pap.-r flywheels are roming ln" r
general use. The tenell strength of mm
paper is enormous, hence its adv&n- f
tagc over Iron for this purpose. HB
Hie Brunswick Name
Certifies an Extraordinary Tire rip
Many motorista buy Brunswicks because of the name alone M
Jt i3 sufficient assurance for them of super-quality. 1
They have known this ancient house for its high standards,
as have their fathers and grandfathers. Since 1845 the House- f
of Brunswick has been noted for its rare workmanship.
Brunswick standards, as applied to tires, mean giving the
utmost. In them you will find combined all the approved
features properly related. No one advantage overshadows
otheri nor hides shortcomings.
The best tread that's known, the strongest fabric, the most mw
enduring side-wall construction, every addition, every extra, ifisr-
make Brunswicks prove their superiority. No factory cost
has been too great. ?
ONE Brunswick will win your decision to have ALL 11,
Brunswicks. It will be a revelation. I
Buy it today. It costs no more than like-type tires f jf
THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.
Salt Laic City Headquarter! : 55-59 Wet South Templo Street i i
Sold On An Unlimited Mileage n ty
OGDEN SPORTING GOODS CO. I
Distributors, 2311 Vashington Avenue JL
ROWELL & THOMPSONS K
Dealers, 262 Twenty-fourth Street, Otrden, Utah jj