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I THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 22. 1920. Wfj UWilM xWAUIHWU OC.DEN. UTAH I
I Utah Today
Until Saturday night, The Emi
nent dramatic actress
H UA Favor to
I c Friend"
A highly interesting melodrama
In hia greatest comedy. Also Fox
News and tho Salt Lake Tele
grain's screen talent tost of the
Ogden aspirants for movie fame
filmed in" City Park, July 5 No
raise in price
- J Utah Theatre
j COOL AND COMFORTABLE
I PHI! QTfP le
bull Dl UnL 10
C. E. Armstrong Establishment
Loses $500 Worth of Pistols
and Other Articles
Marking the second robbery of a
similar nature within three months,
the C K. Armstrong sporting goods
store, SOG Twenty-fifth street, was
robbed last night. Revolvers, tartrlges
binoculars and a leather grip, valued
at over So arc missing.
The robbers were juveniles it Is
thought. The rear of the store was
entered through an aperatur between
Iron bars which is not wide "enough
apart to admit an adult. An attempt
had been made to break down the
Eleven revolvers, automatic pistols
and a rifle constituted the firearms
which were stolen. The average value
of the pistols nnd revolvers was esti
mated by Mr. Armstrong at $30 each
Two pairs of victory binoculars valued
at SD.Oo each were taken, as well
as a small traveling bag and a quanti
ty of cartridges to fit the pistols and
The burglar had broken a window
pane at the rear of the store and
climbed upward beta en the window
and parallel iron bars, set approxi
mately S inches from the window
pane. A space uf abuut eight inches
between the top bar and the window
casing offered tho only means of en
terlr.w the store.
The photograph delevoplng plant
was entered, and five pounds of hypo
tjulphate of soda was taken.
Fingerprints and foot prints, small
enouKh to be thote of a boy fourteen
years .were discovered on the window
ledge ::t the outiide ut' the store.
The robbery happened just three
months from the time the store was
entered In April. The two men who
entered tho store ut this time were
captured in Bait Lake by Detectives
W, A. Taylor and C. E, Noble and are
now serving a term of from cue to
twenty years at the state penitentiary.
IX CM HER ROltBIuK?
About nine months ago a Mexican
entered the store and stole a quantity
of fire arms, lie also was captured
and Is now serving time at the state
j penitentiary, f'rlor to llus time, two
boys who had eaupe.l from the state
I Industrial school robbed the store and
w.-re resentenced to n tcrin at the
In every instance the robbers whe
have entered the -tore have been cap
I ID '! 1 1 i unl ted It !s stated.
... .'i i - uuiii, k-iiii ine rouDers
were probably boys who had entered
on theii iwd CCprd, or at the direc
tion of an older man.
I! Mori thjari haft the area of Persia
H drains toward Interior salt marshes
H ond salt
SILK HOSE UNO I
Divorce Suit of MacFarlanes
Hard Fought on Both Sides
Spirited rivalry In accusations is
I featuring tho divorce suit of Char
! lotto MacFarlane agalnft George S
Maol arlane, which is being heard be
; ire Judge A D. Pratt in the district
Every detail Is being taken advan
I ige of by counsel for lioth the plain
till md defendant and the cross-examination
Of the principals of the
i suit have brought out unusual charges
, Yesterday afternoon in oross-exam-'
(nation ot Mrs. MacFarlane; the wo
man admitted having burned several
pairs or silk stockings that were
, brought to her by her husband be
i fore, seiious trouble rose in the fam
. ily. When pressed for her reason for
' destroying Me costly hosiery she
claimed nno believed Ihem stolen aid
i'i fused to wear them. She also tes
I tilled ihai her husband gambled and
I exhibited ci.nks to her When he
Bills, through which he sought to
j show that Mr. . Macl arlane was ox
travagant in the purchase of wearing
apparel and cheese in payment were
exmbltcd By counsel ror Mr. MacFar
lane. 'I ne dlsappeurance of a quart bottle
j of whiskey in the MacFarlane home
was also brought up in the examina
tion. Mis. MacFarlane was asked if
sne had taken the ooltie from the
family cellar. She answered in the
.i 1 1 irmatit e.
"What uid you do with it?" she was
"J used a little of It, ' she answered.
"What for'.'' came the question.
"Oh, 1 just used It," she answered.
h n preset i for an explanation she
said that she had opened It and had
given :l drink to man who rented
! a garage In the rear Of their home.
I 'm Do r questioning was cut off with
.in objection on the part of Mrs. Mac
i Parlanes counsel which was sustained
' by the court.
The test.niony yesterday showed
that Mr MacX.trlane pleaded with lus
v ile and tried to persuade her to con
tinue to live with him, but she left
hK home while he was away from
the city on his railroad run. It waa
shown that he furnish d her money
and transportation to isit her aunt
In the coat, and she refused to re
turn to him on her return to Ogden.
Detective Will Try
; to Throw Male Cow
El Senor He Toreador Walter Mor
' rcro, otherwise known as Detective
Walter Moore, will be one of the lea.-
I ing figures at the All Fraternal day
outing ut Lagoon July 28, according to
information divulged his associates
Walter. It seems, though decidedly
Irish, claims a Spanish ancester. anu
; the desire to wave a red flag in fronv
of tin infuriated Hereford has always
been one of the ambitions of his life,
i he modestly said today.
In telling some of his friends of his
ambition, they Immediate! arranged
, for a bull fight at Lagwan as an
event for tho All Fraternal day out-1
lng. Several wild bulls from the
: st och yards of Ogden and Salt LaXe
are being carefully groomed for the
I event, It Is claimed, and are being fat
tened on a diet of wild oats ano
blood, a mixture which Is said to
! make them long to tear matadors to i
The bull fight event promises to tie
second only to the baby contest In at
tracting attention at tne celebration.
Logan Temple Visit
to Be Made hy Auto
(Special to Standard-Examiner)
I NORTH OGDEN, July 22. Mem
bers of the North iigden ward will
leave on a temple excursion by uuto
. mobile to Lo?an on August 6 In con
1 nection with other wards of the Og
The automobiles will be assembled
I at the corner of Washington avenue
and Main street at T a. m. and leave
soon aftT for the north, arriving In
1 l.og.in at abuut 8 o'clock. Returning,
1 the party will leave Logan at 6 o'clock
i that evening
Box Car at Brigham
Looted hy Robbers
it A meaner report of a box car rob
I bery Which occurred at Brigham last
night, was received at tho police Sta
tion this morning by Desk t rgeant
i Harlow Wilson.
As far as could be ascertained, the
I thieves had rifled the car, breaking
.practically every case una cartoon mat
could be gotten into.
A large quantity of Prince Albert
tobacco, and a quantity of full .1ars of
Mentholatum were stolen. A complete
I check of the missing articles had not
J been made when the matter was re-
I ported to the local officers.
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I j Special for Friday 1
CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY
a Wc Mutton hops 30c
j 5 I5c Mutton ( hops .25c
j I 10c Loin and Rib Pork ( hops 32c
B Loin and Rib Pork Roasts 30c
I 35c Shoulder Yea Roasts ' 25.
I 40c Loin ronl Roasts and Chops 35
I R Shoulder Veal Chopa 30o
p 35i el ' Breast . . 20c
K Veal Stew ...... .20c
1 Veal Shanks, pound 121 C
fl Clhii k i scarce tins week. While they last, Hens 30c
I si" iuga 40C i
TWICE A DAY DELIVERIES I
H i Russell-James Co.
I EVERYTHING TO EAT j
J g Corner Twenty-fourth ard Lincc!:i Phones 412-413-136 I
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OGDEN COPS JflIN
i Commissioner J. R. Ward Telis
! Police to Doff Jacket and
Work in Comfort
Ogden police officers have Joined
1 the "coatless club " Through an order
' issued this morning by J. Rav War?, '
commissioner of public rafety they I
Will appear on duty In olive drau '
' shirt and discard the heavy uniform i
I jacket, which Is know n to police or-j
; ficers and army officers to be tho
most painful rig ever designed for,
The decision of Commissioner Ward !
lis directly traceable to his period lit'
! the army as an officer when he wns
.'compelled to button his heavy coat
closely ahoirt his iuvk pveh when the
mercury hovered around Mic 100-polnt
mar) He declared this morning thai
ho knows well the suffering that
must come with the wearing of the
uniform coat nnd even if It Is not
'quite the proper thing to do from the
i point of view of some people he feels
' that his men will accomplish more
'and like their jobs much hotter If
I EES SfO BENEFIT
j "I cm I ee no benefit in keeping
I the officers uncomfortable during I le
sweltering weather ' said Mr. Ward.
! "They can do better work if cool nr.n
I free from the heavy woolen coat. Tor j
this reason I issued the order.'-
The order follows ' Rffectlve at
; once and to continue during hot j
j weather officers will not wear the
coat, but will wear olive drah shirt1
nenr the color of the trousers is!
I possible. Plain black string lie will
be worn, suspenders will not be worn '
outside the shirt. Helt Will be plain'
Mr Ward'f move marks another
1 forward Step for Opden's roatlecs
I club. Hundreds of business men atv; i
I others have joined by casting their
jheavy rain men t and the "coat less"
I move hnR been approved ond adoDtetl
by Mr yor Frank Francis and members j
' ot 'he city commission, it prom sea ,
j to become a uniform move on the part
' i .f all Ogden men during the next fey .
! day s.
Select Pioneers as
North Ogden Guests
(Special to f.tandard-Fxamlner )
NORTH OGDEN, July 22 Aged
residents who came in before con-'
structlon of tho transcontinental rall
I road will be special guests next Sat-'
I urday ut the joint Pioneer Day cele
! Oration at North i igdcn In which
Pleasant View people are Joining The
league baseball game between the two
towns Is a feature.
Among the early residents to be hon-;
ored are. Ell-a W Llnford, Green-;
leaf Blodget, Charles A. Jones Ann.
llubund. Alice Strong, Thomas Nor
rls, Jane Norrls. John B pack man, 1117.
abeth Spackman, Richard T. Berrelt.l
Sarah Ann Barrett, Sannu 1 F. Berrett,
Sarah R. Garner, Ezekeil L. Blodget,
Isabel Castor, Win, B. Jones, James I
iinumer, Annie Deamer, Benjamin Al-I
vord. William Hill Eliza Brown, Jaa.
Roylance, Gcorgina Rovlance, Nam y
Montgomery. John Woodfleld, Rachel
Woodflold. Fred W Ellis. Susan K '
I Ellis George Brown, James Ward. An
I drew Rose. Eliza Rhees, Sophia Jen-j
sen, James Jensen, John Fields. Ed
I ward Ellis and Sarah J Ellis.
in Arsenal Offices
Packages galore have been arriving
dally at the offices of the ' gden ar
senal in the Colonel Hudson building
to the amazement of the office force.
I the real secret not being known Even
Captain W. P. Katx, construction en
gineer, has been wondering what was
The secret leaked out today. A G.
Warner, chief material checker Is to
be married today to Miss Bessie Rey
nold! of Scranton. Pnn.
The romance started In the east sev
eral years ago and the knot will be
tied today with representatives of the
local officer as witnesses. Rev. John;
Hyslop will marry the two They Willi
make their home in Ogden
Ogden Insurance Men
I to Entertain Officer
President J Stanley Edwards of the
National Association of Eife I nder
wnters will be at the Weber club this
evening The Ogden association Invites
all life insurance men of the district
lo attend and listen to an address D)
President Edwards, who is touring
the weft to increase the membership
of the association
TlTIMIM lyMHiMi M 1M IB MiM.MB ! I ! I mmlT'
I jjL fa Siirei
SB X J long enough w ith the unusual
'''Mmt heat of the last few days.
MjKsrJt) your opportumty
-SSy to get relief from the extreme
M-JUCt-tt heat is here.
Prepare to spend your week-end holiday at one of the
resorts. Indulge in a few nice refreshing and invigorating
Let Us Help You fj
Our splrnd-d hpc nl hi.i thing '-nits i . in ,
largest and best assorted in the west. We jW&tffiJ$
feature such popular shades as: flflPsf
American Beauty rf
Turquoise Blue umMm v
China Blue yXj
i ' 11 Doesn't She Look
Urange and i ellow comfortable?
I Tr)e styles well, you mu:.t see them to really appreciate them. V.'e
have short California swimmers' models and thoce of more conscrva 1
B tlve types. 1
All suits displayed in most Attractive patterns and color combina 1
tiens at prices within the reach of all
i Ladies' wool suits from . $5.00 to $10.00 j
I Girls' woo suits from 34.00 to S3. 50
Wen's wool suits from ... $3.75 t0 $8.00
Boys ' cotton suits .$1.65
Bathing suit bags and cases, each 50c to $2.50
Bathing shoes and slippers, pair 65c to $1.00
Bathing cops 50c and up
8 Walerwings for beginners, pair 50c
B Ear drum protectors (a most desirable appliance for keep
ing water out of your ears) pair 50c
I Mow, as always, vc have a most complete ind appealing stock of S
'Everything for Every Sport for Every Season"
245i huoson avt roNt noun five T
tvcRYTiuNG ror EVERy spout fob t-n-crv scason
BIDS OPENED 01
R. R. ATARSENAL
Offers of Construction Men'
Will Be Sent for Approval
Bids for the Ogden Arsenal rail
road were opened at the offices of the
quartermaster in the Colonel Hudson
building yesterday Three bids were
received for the ten miles of spurs to
be constructed at Sunset.
Taylor and Child of Ogden filed a
bid of JM.T.'i for the construction
work, their bid being by far the lowest
of the three received.
The ProVO construction company
with $124,640.24, was second lowest.
While the Campbell Brotherr," Con
struction company of Utah wanted
$139,457. The bids were mailed iu
Washington yesterday and the con
tract will bo let within ten das It Is
From all Indications the contract
will be let to tho Ogden firm accord
ing to Captain W. P. KatS, construc
More than 3t cars of steel for the
railroad spurs have arrived.
AGED COUPLE KILLED
BY ENRAGED HEIFER
COUNCIL BLUFFS, la. Trying to
take a young calf from its niohter re
suited In the death of Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Llddell. wealth pioneer farmers
of Treynor. Iowa, near here.
The aped couple, both of whom wero
more than 80 years old, sere so badly
gored by the enraged con tht.t the
died before a physician could be summoned.
IB BE OBSERVED
Athletics, Songs and Games
Will Form Program at
Lorin Fair Park
Community Service ra will ho oh
sered at Lorin Karr park Thursdae,
July 29. according to H. XV Arbury. in
Charge Of Cummunltj Service work
In gden A prccram complete with
athletic events, community slnglnK.
dancing nnd other events will be fea-
tured The general public .s asked to I
attend Two baseball games between !
four playground haseball nines will!
be the opening numbers of the sport
The games will start promptlv at
1:30 o'clock and will see the best1
amateurs In tho city in action. The)
winners of the first two games will
Clash at 4 o clock for the city title.
In the evening rommunlh MnRlnc
will be featured. Mayor Frank Fran
cis and Ralph E Bristol of the I igden
Rotarj club will be the chief speak
i ra both will address the fathering
on the work of the Comnuinlf.v Si r -ice.
H. ( L i s JOKE THERE.
SAN FRANCISCO. High cost of
living has never, hit Madagascar.
Kendall K Kay former California
newspaperman has written to friends
hero Best prime beef sells for 3 1-2
cents and rice for 1 1-2 cents, he said.
Pineapples can be ha.! for one-half
cent each and big lobsters for 2 cents.
v oo '
Sir Henry Bulwer was known ns
one of the most skillful diplomats of
the last century.
Take advantage now while the assortment is most complete j
of the Scotch Woolen Mills big mid-season offer. I
EXTRA PANTS I
$rv4 m11S8h With every made-to-measure
SUIT AT I
YOl CANNOT DUPLICATE THESE gfl
GARMENTS AT THE PRICE
Men who bought clothes here before are satisfied and are telling their
friends of this cconomiCc',.l, common sense idea.
HOWARD WILLIAMS, Mgr.
I Choice Poi Roasts, per pound ' ; B
I Boiling Meai, per ponnd IOC ; s
I WE CLOSE ALL DAY SATURDAY ; Rf: :
I SHOP FRIDAY
1 WASHINGTON MARKET I
1 2472 Washington Ave. Phone 2.S00
We have received a new shipment of extra fine coffee which
we will be able to sell at our regular prices of 45c and 50c a I
pound. Freshly roasted every day and ground to suit you. Our jj
iced tea blend is excellent. '2 pound 35c; 1 pound 60c. J
Also a full line of high grade green and black toas at 60c to
65c pound. You will like our freshly roasted Virginia Peanuts j
Pacific Coffee Stores Company
2350 Washington Avenue !
Spirits of Nitre Is ,
Being Sold as Gin
J R. Cunulngham, charged With
drunkenness, pleaded guilt;. Two bot
tles of a transparent yellow liquid, de
clared by the police to be a concoction
of sweet spirits of nitre, were Intro
duced as evidence and Cunnlnftham
admitted having purchased the llquar
lie said that the parts who had sold
It to him claimed that the liquor was
He asked that he be fined, rather
than given a Jail sentence, because his
wife would experience difficulty if he;
wan thrown In jail. Judge I It Ro-I
berts. after ascertaining thm.il it iv.n
the man's fourth appearance on a
similar charge, sentenced him to $90 1
or 90 daj-s
E. Rlack. charged with drunkenness!
forfeited ball I
Parley P. Christensen r
Here This Afternoon J
Parley P Christensen, Farmer-La LbbbiIbbbB
bor candidate for president of th Ebsbh
L'nlted States was to arrive In Ogden LsVaLsf
at 3:45 o'clock today en route to Salt KbbbI
Lake from the Chicago convention Kir
Mr Christensen was to be met at MJ
the Union depot by a special commit- LbDbibbI
tee headed by H. A. McCollem and i Hifl
others prominent In the parly move- ibV4b1
ment In Salt Lake His admirers will Hlr
greet him at Ball Lake n his arrival 1 Hi - "
where a parade in his honor will be Bw
featured He will be escorted from
the Baitlberflrer depot to Main sireel. Bf? '''
down Main street to Fourth South i?
street, thence east to the City and Be f. '
County building where an open air BP' '
meeting will be held. Mh !?,
1 Look For I IfyJS T "F K Look For 1 fi
I The Yellow IWJL A JLJ JLj mLa JEm. kj& The Yellow V
I Sign 302 25th Street Next to Carr's Drug Store. Sign 1
I GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE j
I SUITS SHOES SHIRTS SOX UNDERWEAR f H
I $13.50 $1.45 $1.15 12 l-2c 63c 1
I $16.50 $1.75 $1.45 15c 95c
I $21.00 $3.95 $1.95 29c ' $1.25 I I
I $285 $5.85 $2.15 3 Pairs for $1.00 $1.95 I
fl SPECIAL BARGAIN, WHILE THEY LAST, WHITE CANVAS SHOES, $3.00 VALUES, $1.65 j
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