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WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 I
r "What's the good of having a friend if you can't help him
when needs it? Folks make a fuss about kindness but
Wi t 'pears to rae ' - to be kind any day than to be mean
SB WitV Rogers in Jes' Call Me Jim" I
J i.den Theatre
A HOOPER PUNS
Weber Community to Show
Good Time to Hundreds of
11 Hooper will have s gigantic ouscrv-
ance of the Twenty-fourth of July
H and preparation are ruing made fur
J the 'entertainment f at ieast 5,lM't
BB from Plain City, West Warren. Lib-J
LH Gfty, and other towns of the county.
HuH The celebration will start with a salute j
9H to the flag sunrise Guns will
i I thl 1 1 mc, i ken the
k fijf popul&i I
g4f v literary ....i.n.i i i. i .1 n.e
i ML i ei n Liberty and Eioopei will bo
fllS the main features of the forenoon. !
Ejh and iii the afternoon o a id ball
.Ijl .. 1 1 1
fUn Ing con ' b'i p l n hi . Old
Smokey. ' an nulla wthat has piled all
H coiners, will defend his reputation as
J a hi dor.
H In the evening, eh iriot races will j
HH be staged ami following the races a '
H grand ball will he held at the opera
HHl house. In addition to the chariot
H races, trotting and running races will
B he held, In 411 the events, throijri-
I9H& p, rCompexlon
w' Dt'.lcatel7 ncft ond refined
KJi '?' r T ' llc complexion aided by
m Nadinc Face Powder
?M J TMt exquisite beaullfier fm-
Bf yf Prtl on Indefinable charn
H charm and lovellnoam
wMch endur throufhout
tho day and linger la tho
- 1 memory,
k . hi coolnent la rtfresnlne.
L. I nd It cannot harm the tan-
I i J CCJCOt 6klQ.
Sold In Ita ereeo bos at
leoJing toilet countera or by
E9 mail 00c.
I out the day, prizes will be given.
I Indications are thai the day will
i Interesting to all present. Hooper.
' it Is stated, has staged the best Hlo-
ncer day celebrations 111 the state To;
i the past ftfteen years,
SLUMS OF IKW YORK
i REBUILT FOR FILM
Used in Dorothy Da ton Pic
ture. "The Dark
Hue of the largest "sets" ever con
structed in a motion picture studio
way. necessary for The Dark Mirror."
the Dorothy Dal ton feature at the Al
hambra thealre I'Tld.o mi. I aturda
on account of the weather. Bplsodes
in the story take place In the toughest
el 1st j j ts of the New York slums s v
er:l of the scenes were made on tiv
actual rpol. with the star and her
company, dressed for the occasion, in
yadlng the cafes of the Bowery tor
scenes without the habitues -w-pcct-Ing
Then typical New York winter
weather set in. Snow, sleet and run
fell every day. Either sunlight or
artificial illumination was needed for
the scenes that remained So l ur ictpr
. ciKincd ',ioivn anu n s stair set to
wOric and transformed the Yonkcis
atud.lp of the Famous Players-Lasky
Corporation into New York's China
town The Hark Mirror" requires Miss
ballon to portray two vlvullv con-'
trasted roles and is extremely unusual
and dramatic in its quality. i.ouis
Joseph V alue wrote theurigln.il SUrj
lt was produced by fhomas n ln
for Paramount Artcrafl release.
Senator King Here on
Trip to Washington
I Senator and .Mrs. William II King!
I passed through Ogden yesterday aficr-
iioon on their way to Washington, D.
. where the Junior senator has somo!
! Important committee work awaiting,
him, ii" expects to stop at Columbus
On the way for a conference with Gov
ernor Cox. After a few weeks in the
capital Senator King expects to return
la Utah and take an active part in
'the campaign throughout the state.
"I intend to take ah active part In
the campaign," said Senator Kmsr.
n.i my efforts will he largely In
Utah unless I am wanted In some
other part of the country. My work!
' will be In accordance with the best
judgment of the national committee!
us to where I can be of the most serv-
) ice. but I am convinced that we can
win Utah to tho Democratic ranks'
I again this car by a handsome ma-1
"We have excellent material for a
State ticket and the national ticket Is i
j one that will appeal to llbertv -loving
( people. 'ur platform Is far above 1
that of our opponents and our candl
date for president is noted the country
OVei as an executive, while Senator.
.Harding never has occupied an execu
tive position We must win '
PLAN FOR BETTER
Physicians to Conduct Feature
at All Fraternal Day
v feature to the All Fraternal i
d.-iv to be held ai Lagoon July 2.
state-wide better baby contest will
be held, according announcement
received here from Ir T B neatly,
tati health commissioner Competi
tors at the ntest will he measured, J
tested menially and measured physl-J
cally by i "rps of ten or twelve e-j
perl physicians Cafds will ho made,
out In the contest, which will hp mail
ed to the parents of the children!
showing the score of the oungster I
and such defects as were responslbh
for Its loping the prize
To eaeh of the five winning babies
three handsome photographic por-
tralte will be presented children be
tween the ages of one and five Will
i While this is the third All-Fraternal
da ti be held under the auspices of,
the T'tah rongres, it is the first at
p hli h officers of the national associa
tion will he In attendance In thej
mlng I I Doak, president of ihei
National Fraternal congress and head
consul "i the vVoodmen of the World,
will give an address on "Construction,
Forces of Fratcroallsnv" There will
also be addresses during the dnv byl
Mrs Carrie C Van rsdal of Portl inl
head guardian of the Neighbors of
Woodcraft and by Mrs Jesse Fager of
Port Huron, Mich. deputy supreme
commander of the Women's P.encfit '
i c-rcl.o t icn
Littlefield to Help
Find Disabled Yanks
I r. C Littlefield, adjutant to J. Ray
.Ward, commissioner of public safetj
and active In the service of former
'nu n here, has r turned from Denver.'
Colo. Where be was Invited to attend
a conference of members of the Am
erican Legion from I'tah N vv Mexico.'
Colorado and Wyoming for the pur-j
pos of arranging a plan that will aid ,
disabled soldiers to get the proper
federal assistance In vocational train-,
1 Mr Littlefield said the government
'has appropriated .9n,ooo.OOO for the
'education of men ho were In any
way disabled in the service, and the
movement to procure field ngents was'
Inaugurated for the purpose of a---sist-(ini:
disabled soldiers to obtain their
I rights through the assistance of men
trained In the work
Mr Littlefield was appointed field
Ogenl for this district and with others
t i Utah Will cjirry on the work In the
I stale for the purpose of assisting men
in entering upon th- courses of traln
i in" offered.
1 was announced today hv Mr. I I'
tlft'eld that the round-up of disabled
Soldiers lo enter courses this foil Is
now open and urged that every dis
abled soldier In this district get in i
lom 1 1 with him at once
Wife Says Husband
I Insisted on Silence
Charging among other things thai
her husband refused to allow her to
tulll E&llSA.bCth Krusl began her suit
for divorce from Willtanl H Krusi In
Judge a W Agee's division of the
district coui t this morning.
When they were living at Kosmo
Utah, Mrs Krusl alleges that her hus
hund compelled her to live in a one
room shack and for hours at B time
WOUld permit no conversation. At nu
merous time, however. she alleges
l!at he talked, but his conversation
consisted mosllv of - voui grip nod
Igel out of here and stay out."
I His abuse. Mrs Krusl complains,
broke htjr In health and spirit and she
was compelled to come to Ogden and
Following filing of lier complaint
recently Mrs. Krusl appealed thut an
older be issued by the couit restrain
ing her husband from withdrawing
lends In a bunk and asking that he be
restrained from visiting her to carry
.ut alleged threats to do her bodily ln-
ju:c. The order was Issued by Judge
Mrs- Krusl asks divorce, alimony,
possession of the bank account and
Hearing Is Opened
The divorce case of Charlotte Mac-
Farlane against George S. MacFur
lane was opened in judge a e. Pratt 's
division of th6 district. court this
In her complaint Mrs. MucFarlane
charges that foi more than one year'
hei husband has treated her in a cruel
and inhuman manner, has called her;
vile names and has threatened to kill
her She complains that in May of this'
vcar, he grabbed her wrists, twisted
thtm and then threw her violently
across a room.
The couple wore married In Ogden,
December 6, 1916. and have one child,
Thekla. 2 years of age Mrs. MaeFar
lane asks dissolution of the matrimo
nial lies, alimony for the support of
herself and the child and court costs.
Pig game Is almost extinct In the
Equip Your Small Car
With Goodyear Tires
Goodyear Tires in the 30x3-, 3Qx3$&- and
fQ 31 x4-inch skes are manufactured with char-
fvO? acteristic Goodyear care to build high relative
ryCr III 1 vauc nto ever7 carcass and tread.
IaX Hb 3St yCar morc cars ta"18 these sizes were
00l Illl' 1 factory-equipped with Goodyear Tires than
jryC 1 vvith any other kind.
fY V In order to make these tires widely available
l2af 1 to users of such cars, we are operating the
Jy 1 world's largest tire factory devoted to these
XJ?J j sizes.
iA If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell
'wJr I M r otaer car recluiring one of these sizes, go
( jxSfV I now to the nearest Goodyear Service Station
tiX I I DC2er fr Goodyear Tires and Goodyear
j 30 x 3V 2 Goodyear '''" rr Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubci wst o
Double-Cure Fsbric, $ 2i! more than the price you are asked to pay
Ail-Weather Tread . j
tor tubes of less merit why risk costly
n ii j casings when such sure protec-
30 x 3'2 Goodyear a . c " a r r
Single -Cure Fabric. vl2i tionu available! 30x3''2slze $A50
Anti-Skid Tread in waterproof bag
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Ogden Electric Supply Company
Goodyear Service Station
Road at Hot Springs
WiD Be Changed, Plan
Announcement aygj made todnv that
the PhelpB Construction company,
which hits, the contract to build an
eighteen-foot strip of concrete ioud
pavement between the Utah Mot
Springs and lirigham City, has com
pleted the io.ni as far a willurd A
short Stretch at the Bp rings has not
vel been paved because of the doslre
of the state road commission to change
the road to run around the east sid j
of the r 1 '. electric power house and
depot, In order to avoid two crossings
On the electrical railroad.
The work of grading tin- stnlh
and taking away a point of the lull
just on thi Weber county lino will go
forward "t once, but the payed road
to Wilkird is now open to traffic.
for G. 0. P. Meeting
Warren i Wattle, president of tha
Weber club. Is head of the committee
On arrangements for the Republican
stele nominating convention which
will he held In Salt Lake August 2G,
iccordlng lo announcements today at
Other members of the committee
appointed by Heniy Welsh. state
Chairman, are M l rtltchle, Mrs. W.
Montague Kerry. T A. i 'a Ulster. J. A.
Kearns and J H, Garrett of Salt Lake
and li T Lewis of Spanish Forlt
This committee win hold its first
meeting at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
state headquarters In the Hotel t'tah.
It Is expected that sub-committees
and committees for special work will
be selected at the session today and I
tentative plans for the bonvention will
SNAKE RIVER QUITE LOW:
SOME CROPS SUFFERING
I lay Crops in Lincoln eountv Idaho.
an suffering from n n I of water.
accordiiiK to J. K. orman. chief of
jthe intcrmountaln ofilce of the dairy
division of the I'nlted States bureau
of animal industry, who passed
th . :i Ogden yesterday on his return
to Salt Iike after attending a con
I ereiii'e of Idaho county agricultural
Cents. The water in the Snake river
Is quite low, he stated.
In southern Idaho, range and crop
conditions are kooiI
1 U KIT S VMRD.
YAKIMA. Wash July 21. Wash
ington members of the non-Partisan
league, in convention here, have nom
inated a ticket for the coming state
election. It was announced today. Ko
heri Urhlges. formerly a Seattle port
i ommlsslQm r, was nominated for governor.
MOOSE DAY I
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
I Ogden No 1314 are giving- a Moose Day at Lonn Farr Park H
w Thursday, July 22. A progTam of sports will be participated I
a in and suitable prizes will be awarded; $10 in gold will be I
H awarded for the prize waltz in the evening
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TOOTS AND CASPER At This Moment Home's No Safe Place for Casper By J. E. MURPHY
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Painful " " ! 1 I
in the muscles, "neuralgia', i
soreness, aching back, pimp- i,
les, boils, hashes and other I
eruptions, usually result
from self-poisoning by pro- " f
ducts of imperfectly digest-
ed or non-eliminated food, ft t
help to restore M
(f&iz'X activity of liver, v
fviU bowels, kid f
wSPi neys, and skin, W
iKrr'Vi') and so count- fl
I eryct cau'j and f
- relieve sTnp-
toms. .1 jH
Laxrfttt 9 ks of Any Mcdicina in lVv WnrUL
Sold -vrr-w her. In boaaa, 1 0c, 25c. E
BaZTL" " ' IIJSJH WJM1 Illl II II I I "f.
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a llttl i fl
Freezone on an ..ching corn, instantly
'.hat corn stops hurting, then you lift
it right out. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Frt-ezone cost? but a
few cents at any drug store out is suf
;licient to remove every hard corn, uoft'
corn, or corn between the toes, ami
the calluses, withou' soreness or irn
Freezone is the senFationnl dlscov iH
'ery of a Cincinnati genius, it is v. oh. !
Cocoanut Oil Makes
a Splendid Shampoo I
if you want to keep your hair p
good condition, be careful what you H
wash it with
Mosi 'p.i red shampoos H
contain too much alkali This drie
(be scalp, makes the hair brittle, and lfl
is r harmful. Mulsiiied cocounut
oil shampoo (which is pure and entire- kjl
ly greaseless), is much better tha-
anything elss you can use for sham- jH
, poolng, as this can t possibly Injure
j tho M
Simply moisten your ha i r wih water
land rub it In. One or two teaspoon--I
fills wiil make an abundance of rlc
i Creamy lather, and cleanses the hair
and scalp thoroughly The lather
es out easily and removes every ..
particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and ex-. ,
ceasive Oil, The hair dries quickly and
evenly, and it leaves it fine and silky,'.
bright, fluffy and easy to manage.
After you eat always use
fcpCFOR YOUR STOMACljSArvcT)
one or two tablets eat like candy.
Instant )vrelievesLIcartburn? Bloated
Gassy freelinjr. StopB indigestion,
foodsouring, repeating, headacheand
the many miseries caused by
EAT0NIC is the bcstremcdy.it takes
tho harmful acids and gases right out
of the body and, of course, you get
well. Tens of thousands wonderfully
benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or I
money refunded by your own drug-
p t. Cost a tride. Please try itl
A HEALTHY HAPPY WIFE
is the greatest ipepiration a man can
have and the life of the family, yet
how many homes in tins fair land are
blighted by the ill health of wife and
It may he backaches, headaches, the
tortures of a displacement, or kouih
ailment peculiar to her sex which
makes life burtlen. Every woman in
this condition shoulr' rely upon Lydia
E Plnkham's Vegetable Compound,
made from roots and herbs, to restore
her to health and happiness.
SHOES WEAR LONGER
When you walk In corefi.rt ; rf do slocking. A
' packat of Allen's Fool-Eae, tho nntlsep'Jc
1- 'Jor to shake Into the ahcea and sprinkle In
the fcKii-i.iuih, u i v ca jou that "r'd shoe" com for: IH
ud iftvea wear. Allen i Foot-Eaaa makei
tight or new aboea feel ear. Idle cn wear
boea one rlze mnller by fh.iklcg some AHen'i
FootIvaaa in cachaUculu the ao.-ulcg. Sold ii
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