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THE OC. DEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920. 3 I
HI 11 FOR
C I Ogden Hfgh and Public Schools
I !, Get Fund For Vocational
ifiH Ten thousnntl dollnrs of tho federal
lVH vocational cducntionul fund will be
jfj.L. Il distributed nmong irr,i) si hifrti
4aX t. hoo.'s of the siute, carrying an ag-
ID grcgale of fifty COUrsej! In vocational
H agriculture under the SuittllrHUffhOS
fjH the distribution Is made at the rate
jl iif ;v jjuo subsid) and und r me montj
j provided for vocational agriculture,
ffcH ogden high school receives 68.f6.
dflH In the apportionment of schools fflv-
iiik irainniK m unties ami inuuBuieo.
V, ' gden was uwaded iluti.JO. $430 to
i Salt Like and f227.S6 for the L'nl-
ii jBr Mty ol I tah. Sail Lake Cits schoo
ijSj2T ' lor all day traue und lnilusiri.il classes
.VI A received I167X.20 l
rwimWr L.ehi. Pleasant Grove ami Briffharn
Wflfl City were awarded $600 each in the
jf I P iication.il agriculture n p"' 1 loriinenl
PPJ To the following schools, &40U each:,
American Pork, riyrum, Richmond.
K i) vllle, Roosevelt Parowau inay,
IPJT Ncpiii, Morgan, Spanish Vock, Sprlng-
QflHH vihe, Coaivihe, Mount paSant, iLo-J
ronl, Mann, Grantsville and Tooele
IPPJ To the following! 200 each: Pay-
PPBj son, Gunn.soii. Hicknel!, Murray and1
PPPJj The allotment of $10,000 for homo
IHD economics Is apportioned among the
SJPJ high schools oi the state as follows
American Fork, Lehi and Pleasant
Drove. $33-1.6:: each . Provo Bench 34 - j
" 48; Boxelder, $786.72; Richmond.'
5214.16; Hycum, 1481.06 Kaysvllle,
feiAi 8820.60; Duchesne. $214.66; Hunting-'
ltffea tcn' 5177 52; t-5runUc' $764.80; Mag-
vfH na M448; Parowan, $177.62; Sandy,
Wfifffll $468.48; Nephl, $867.60; Morgan,
Jj',tJ JL'SJ.o-. Sprmg ille and Spanish Fork
SL 3p,r 1884 'ach; 1 'ayson, $297.68; Mount
4f1wf i-l-.i.- .nt. ? l; o 7 Moroni' $18" "i.
K'Ppl ' oalville, $214.66; Ballna, $180 98;'
Mm 1 Richfield, $867 M nroe, $148
i A $ Mantl 5860 l'. Qunnlsoh, 1 ' 7 52
mlmVf m Kamas, $214.66; Tooele, $357,60, (
14 1 Grantsville, iiTT J. Heber, $214.56
mma Sail Lake W- i . Ogden
Y $68 90 I ogan. $820 Mu'n iy,
I I .
J Browning Re-elected
mm As Ban!-: Director
PPPX M S. Browning of Ogden was re-
flPBjB elected as a member of the board of
PPKf directors of the Pesert S.ivlngs hank
' l at the election hold yeslerdaj si er-
HMHN noon. Other directors are' John C.
ijyVJ Cutler, J. A. Bldredge, K. S. Hills, A
JHil W. Ivlns. Edward L Burton, W. W,
jPHJ Bltrr. Reed Sniiot. Georpe Suther-
1 land. Ellas Smith. George O. Belf. A.
UgPHI Barnes and P. S Spencer.
! Docket Completed
I The docket for the public utilities
commission Of I'tah for July, August
and part of September has been com
pleted The application of the Bam
berger Blectrlc railway company to
increa.se milk and cream rates will be
heard August 6. The application of
Wedgwood and Koyd to operate a
fre'ght line between Salt Lake and
( guen will be discussed August 10.
The hearing will be held at the stale
capitoi as follows
July 15. 10 a. m., applicullon of the
i )l Cupiial I'etroleuin, Fuel & Iron1
company to construct a railroad from
Cedar City to Lund; j p. m at Price,
Dexter A: Know to opcrut- stage be-:
tween Helper and National; Harry
tnugatos. stage from Price to l erron
July HI, 10 a. m., at Price, Jones ftj
Wentsel, for stage from Price to ver
nal via Helper, and hlte ft valentine!
stage from Duchesne to Vernal; 2 p.
in., at Price, appjlcatlop ot Southern
I tali Railway company for permission
to dismantle its line.
July 20. 10 a. nv, at F.sralante.
Khalil ShUrtS, for stage from Marys
vuie to ESscalante.
July 21, 1" a in, Mountain States
Telephone Telegraph company, for'
permission to retain Burleson rates, i
July 26. 1" a m., Hradshaw ft Hln-j
ton lor permission to increase rates.' J
July 27, 2 p. m., at Cedai City, Iron
County Telephone company, to in-,
crease raies; 7 p m . at Cedar Why.
Iel-h & Davis, sln,gc and to Increase!
July 2S, 2 p. m., at St. George, Mar
shall & Mine, to Increase rati h
July 30 1" a m., at Milfoid. Mil-'
ford against Tellurldc Power compnny
August 4. 10 a. m., at Vernal. Uintah
T lephone company, to increase rates.
August fi, io a m , Bamberger Elec
tric Hallway company, to Increase
milk and cream rales.
August 10. 10 n. m.. W.-dgwood &
Boyd, to operate automobile freight,
Salt Pake & Ogden.
August 11. 10 a. m. Salt Pake Boutej
o discontinue trains to Garfield
August 12. 10 a m., George II
Watts and others, against I tah Light.
St Traction company; 2 p m.. at Lake
own, Hyrum Nebeker and others
igalnst the I'tah ti Wyoming Tele
, August 17. 11 a m , at Treinonton.
Seager and others af;alnst the I'tah
Kovt & Plghi company.
August 24, 10 8 in., Salt Pake &'
I Utah Railroad company, to increase
rales; 2 p m . Pundas Cartage com
August 26, 10 a. m., Salt Lake Real;
Estate board against the Dtah Power,
&- Pig lit company.
September I, 10 a. m., M. P. Kor
ifer, automobile Creight, Salt Luki- ta
Magna and Garfield.
September 14, 10 a rn.. at Farming
ton. Bamberger Electric Railroad
j company, to eliminate crossings.
September 15. 1U u. m.. Utah Light i
Tcaction company, to remove Unej
.on Indiana avenue.
September 21, 10 a. m.. Jeremy Fuel
A Grain company and others, against
the Denver & Rio Grande.
A. C. Extension Staff
Gathers at College
LOGAN, July 14 A general staff
meeting of the Utah Agricultural col
lege extension dlvlcton was held Mon
d'ay at the college. Those present In?
eluded extension director, state lead
;ers of county agents, home demonstra
tion agents, eoimtv club agents and
all state specialists In agriculture and
home economics. The purpose of the
meeting was to d'scuss the general
policy and program of the extension
division bj members of the staff and
to appoint committ'-fs to work out
details for the coming year's work.
The committees appointed are: the
State fair committee, whose doty It
will he to handle state fair exhibil in
connection with the college This ear
tho agricultural college exhibit will
demonstrate the work of the county
farm agent and f irm bureau and this
nmniliin innnlntait In Vf much to il"
In Us preparation. The members are
W . i iwens, chairman; J. C. Hogan
'son. Roslna Skldmore, Byron Alder
and m J Leigh A specialists' re
, port commlitee composed of Ben R.
Bldredge, Blanche Cooper and P. P.
Richards, and a lUperVisprs' report
committee of R. J Cvanes, M H. Har
ris, and Iiena B. Maycock An exten
sion news committee will be appointed
some time In the Piture
John T. Caine IH. retiring director
of the extension staff was present and
spoke. Pres. E. G. Peterson outlined
in brief, the history of the extension
movement and explained the powerful
influence of the various extension
agencies in the state for agriculture
anil home economP
it was decided to publish a monthly
extension nous sheet by the extension
stiff io lo Issued from the college.
The paper will acl as a medium of
exchnirc between farm bureaus and
other farm agencies and the extension
department, and also for the dissemin
ation of agricultural Information from
the Utah Agricultural college experi
ment station and the United Statea
Department of Agriculture The pa-1
per Will be pent free to all farm bureau
committeemen, to all county and farm
bureau workers and to a special mail
ing list. A like meetlntr of the ex-1
tension staff will be hed monthly
Record Traffic on
D. & R. G. Railroad
From July 1 to 7 inclusive the ppn
ver and Rio Grande railroad handled
107 special or extra trains, which ac-l
cording to lecal railroad officials Is
some record. The travel between coast :
points and I'tah war. especially heavy.
Tho travel conditions during trio I
dates mentioned was due to the mi- j
tional Democratic convention nt San I
Francisco, the Shrlrer convention at '
Portland. National Pducatlon Assu- I
eiation meeting In Salt Pake and othorl
Goodyear Skill as Represented j
Mk in Tires for Small Cars
The high relative value built into
y -:ii Goodyear Tires, of the 30 x 3-, 30 x
( ai?d x 4-inch sizes, results di-
Qf' A recti y from the extraordinary skill and
nOf'C Care aPPec to tnelr manufacture,
j OqIkIh ? make their quality available
YV" IBSli widely,Goodyear operates the world's
I Af ISlfef largest tire factory devoted to these
m : mm tr
yv It you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort,
AA Maxwell or other car taking one of
I VA these sizes, you can equip it with
lA I Goodyear Tires at our nearest Service
AAA I 9 there for the exceptional value
'vv I in these tires, made possible by Good
lVlj a i year's resources, experience and
expertness in tire "
2? x.,31), God,vcar ?h en Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no
Douhle-CureFabric, T . ,
All-Wcathcr Tread! n thc pnce vou arc a,k'd to rav
for tubes of less merit why risk costly
30 x 3V'; Goodyear H casings when such sure protec- .
Single - Cure Fabric, ?7 50 tion is available? 30x3'i 'c in A50
Anti-Skid Tread waterproof bag I
Recent Photo oi
This is a recent, picture of Mrs.
Franklin D. ' Roosevelt, wife of the
Democratic nominee for vice president.
Utah Woman to Join
Special Women's Tour
A I'tah woman is to he Included In
tho personnel of the party comprising
the I'nited States Women's special
Which will leave New York August 7,
on the Steamer Patrla and hegln a
tour of western Europe at Naples.
Italy on August 20 Invitation for t:ie
tour has been extended to but thlin
women of the Fnlted Stnes and Mrs
Ida Smoot Dusenbury. daughter of
Mrs. J H. Stoner of Sail Lake will rep
The party travels under th proter
tlon of the State Department of the
government, and will be received In
eaeh of the countries thev pass
through officially. Arangements have
already been completed to have the
party received by the King and (Juecn
Of Italy, Queen Maude of Norway, ami
many other officials of distinction, in
i.o.ii inuiurj iney in uc oiiicuiii
received by the National Council of
W omen in that country, and the ladles
will le given nn opportunity to see
conditions as they really ore, Unbiased
social workers in these countries will
give them the correct conception ot
William ES. Hell, vice president and
general manager, of the American In
ternational Traffic & Travel Bureau,
of New York CHy, is personally tak
ing charge of the details of the Joui
n.y. much to the gratification of the
A special feature will be an auto
tour of the b ittb-flelds. After tour
ing Western Europe and attending the!
Intcrnatlon.il Convention, the party
will visit tlrcat Britain and will be re
ceived by Lady Aberdeen, the Marcn
loness of Aberdeen and Temalr. The
party is due to arrive back In America,
October 17th. on board the S. S.
Stavangerf Jord of the Norwegian
' America Line, after being guests or
thfl National Council of Women ot
Great Britain and Ireland at their an
Inual meeting In Bristol.
Tells of Road needs
Reuben Simpson, district engineer
for tha State Road commission here,
appeared, bofore the commission at
Salt Lake yesterday and called atten
tlon ot the fact that the hard surface 1
road from the Davis County lino for j
three milei north Is in need of hlth- I
UllthlC furfaclng Weber county com
missioners offer to stand a portion of
the expense, he stated. The commls
sjon Informed Mr. Simpson that tho I
state money for Weber county has I
been ailoted and that any further sums!
j must come from tho Weber Couney
tate road tax.
Mr Simpson brought, up the follow
ing matters which will be ocnsldereu
by the commission. New surfacing on
the first mile of the Rlverdale-Hooper ,
road, mnintalnnneo. and particularly,
sprinkling of the igden-llooper road,
and repairs to the nine foot strip oi
road between Treinonton and Garland.
TWO FATALLY BURNED IN
TENEMENT HOUSE BLAZE
LOS ANGELES. July 1 1 Two per
sons were burned to death and tio
others badly Injured here last night!
In a flrc-whlch destroyed a two-story
tenement building. The fire was be-i
I lleved to have resulted from the ex-'
plosion of a G0-gallon tank of gasoline. I
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. Advertisement.
I OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY
I 2430 Washington
H Goodyear Service Station
- . y
THE COOLEST PLACE IN UTAH.
j . -JOHN H
JL Dr jekyil ana Mr.Hyde" TOPAY H
ON THE SAME PROGRAM
CHRISTIE'S SPECIAL COMEDY, "SHADES OF SHAKESPEARE"
THE UTAH HOT SPRINGS BATHING GIRL REVUE
1 Or ") OO Ar Doors Open at 1:45
J- 4JS JJK Ciu-tain at 2.15, 4-00, 5:45, 7:30, 9:15
Coming Tomorrow I
FOR ONE DAY ONLY
4 Return Engogement
It is Interesting to observe what a positlvo influence Is often exerted by one person in a com
munity. And when the influence is only for good and the individual entirely unconscious of it,
Ithc outcome is of more interest. Thousands of people throughout the country are today play-
mg the "Glad Game," because of the influence of the little orphan, "Pcllyanna,-' as portrayed tj
MARY PICKFORD in her latest picture, whose father taught her to alway find something to
be glad about even in tho bitterest disappointment.
Wc have never seen a picture which Is so glad, so refreshing and intensely interesting as MARY I
PICKFORD in Pcllyanna." The story grips the soul and it must be a misanthrope who will not I
be ready to play the "Glad Game" after seeing the influence "Pollyanna" has, that those whose
lives had been embittered by their own misunderstanding or by looking at illness or misfortune
from the wrong standpoint. The old and young alike, will enjoy this production.
Once in a while as when a blue moon's a-shining we have the privilege of seeing a picture which
is both true to life ?nd literary in style, and the purpose of which is better than both. A pic- I
ture that tells of things ai they should be, and In a world where there is much that is distress
ing merely because it exists, there is little that Is more Joyous than the realization of such opt S
miotic an imagination That is tho typo of production MARY PICKFORD presents in her won-
If derful "Pollyanna."
1,000 Seats 30c Doors Open 145
1,000 Seats 20c Curtain At
Children, Any Seat 10c 2 15, 4 00, 5.45, 7.30, 9 15
Coming Friday and Saturday
WANDA HAWLEY il "MRAIS I
Mutuals to Rally At
Lorin Farr Park Today
What will undoubtedly provo to the
one of tho host out door evyni of
the seanon, will ho beld In Lorin l'arr
park this evening When the Mutuals
of tho ogden, North Weber "' Weber
stakes will hold their first trl-stukc
All Mutual members and frionds ai
Invited to be present and partlciQate
In the ovent. There wll bo music by
th' iadies band oi Off den, community
.singing around a hugh bonfire, led by
M. Charles Woods nnil nn addFOM Will
be delivered by Apostle Richard R.
Lymari A grand dance In the pavll
Uon for which tho Lillian Thatcher
orchestra will furnish mUUC will bring
:ho program to ClOM
The committees anticipate ono of
tho largost gathering.-) ever seen at I he
park and ui ramjeiuents have been
made to take care of the crowds. An
Invitation Is extended to all to attend
Make Second Filing
On Sugar Plant Sale
a second filing has been made La
connection with the trunsfer of tin
holdings of tho Filigree Sugar com
pany to the interstate Sugar com
pany. The transaction was the re
cording of a bill of sale of the hoot
sugar factory In King's county. Cat .
and the consideration is l, The hill
of sale is by the lMngreo Sugar cum
:Pany to Ernest R. Woolley and then!
I Wooley to the Interstate Sugar
YANKEE MUNITIONS IN
FRANCE EXPLODE, 8 DIE
LORIENT, France. July 14 A. I
freight car loaded with five tons of
, American munitions was destroyed by
Hi explosion at tho Lorlent .station.1
I filffht men were killed and three In-,
Theatre Man Returns
From Film Centers
Manaffer H. ES, Blclnner of the ai-.
hambra thentro has returned from a
jtrlp to Chicago ami other points In
'the Interest of his theatre H,. attend-!
led the convention of the Screen club
I sat Denver and mot many of the nota-i
hies In tho hereon world, according to
Skinner, while oast, hooked a col-
- cm mw mm r Mp,
icctlon of high class dramas and ex
poets to announce u Complete list of
the coming attractions in the near fu-
lie reports that the crops in Iowa
ami Nebraska are due to break all pasi
records, rain being plentiful and the J
Keg. U. B, Pat. Office
"Hoot the Substi-toot"
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