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THE OGDEN STANDAKD-LXAMFNER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY ji
I j Overland Touring j
I I New York to San Francisco ;
I J Economy Run
I I SCHEDULE
S New York, N Y.. lrave 12 midnight, eastern time, July 18. I
ft 103 Philadelphia, Pa arrived 6:00 a. m., eastern time, July 19
210 Harrisburg, Pa arrived 10:00 a. m , eastern time, July 19 1
ft 260 Chambersbiirg, Pa arrived 12:30 p. m., eastern time, July 19 $
ft 413 Pittsburg, Pa arrived 8:00 p. m., easteni time, July 19
51(3 Canton, Ohio arrived 1:00 a m , eastern time, July 20 &
8 680 Mansfield. Ohio arrived 3:00 a. m., central time, July 20 r
ft 675 Lima. Ohio arrived 8:00 a. m , central time, July 20 K
5 741 Fort Wayne, Ind arrived 11:00 a m., central time, July 20
824 South Bend, Ind arrived 3:00 p. m., central time, July 20 ?
jt 922 Joliet, 111 arrived 8:00 p. m., central time, July 20 3
R 958 Geneva, 111 arrived 9:00 p. m, central time. July 20
2 1069 Clinton', If arrived 1 :30 a. m , central time, July 21 jjj
ft 1160 Cedar Ranids, la arrived 5:30 a. m . central time, Julv 21 1
1237 Marshalltown, la arrived 9:30 a. m., central time, July 21 I
: 1304 Des Moines, la arrived 12:30 p. m., central time, July 21
j ; 1450 Omaha, Neb arrived 8:00 p. m, central time, July 21
1534 Columbus, Neb arrived 12 :00 mid "t , central time, July 21 i
ft Car is running on original schedule In fact, it is keeping from three to five hours ahead so Jl
: far on the run Gas consumption is averaging between 20 and 25 miles to the gallon. -A
j : Our drivers will be at Rock Springs Friday afternoon and will bring the car to Ogden and
I j expect to arrive early Saturday morning V
i f The car is runnmg fine 1
I I Browning Auto j
I CO. j
I mmmmmmmmm " 11 " 11 " " Mmm m
I SCOUT AWARDS
Officers and Boys Are Given;
j Badges for Excellent Work
j in Varied Activities
Firemen's badges hae been award-
ed to seven officers and boy scout
of Ogden by Fire Chief Graves of the
! gden Fire Department; these being
James Dlnsdale troop 1. low is M II -ler,
troop 3; Scoutmaster George Ood
I dard, troop ?. . Sr outmnstfi iotk1 W
Bergstrom, triop 23; Elwood Llppl
H colt, troop 3; M'Mboun Means, troop
' 1 A : Theo Jakeman troop 23
Tomorrow evening at the dtj hall
H awards will be made to more than
H 20 scouts by President Fred Taylor
George Bennett, secretary and the
I following win also bo present C A
T!od, Guy Johnson Rev. J. E Carver
J Ray Ward, and Judge D. Sullivan
i Warren Goddard will receive a med-
al for conservation work. In first
aid work the following scouts will be
H awarded medals. Max Corey, Max
i Boyd, Warren ' , . I t ,i r . ,John McCune.
Klwood Llpplneott. In I-'li emu nahlp.
James Dlnsd:ile. n Jac kson 1
H Kenneth Canfield will he awarded fire
J Mac Melltngcr and John McCune
will be awarded life saving decora
tions. In public health, Harold Far
ley, and Parley Norseth Brill he deeo-'
i Ltt d In personal health. Ben Wright
and Fred Gentat h wrlll receive medals
while Ben Wright, Max Melllng-er
Clde Barton and Allyn Jackson will
receive swimming awards.
YOUNG GIRL LEAPS
TO DEATH BELOW
CHICAGO. July 22. PreferrInK
death to punishment by her father
11 veu- old Vngelina Scire threw
herself from the window of her
home into the ard four stories
b low she died in the hospital.
Angelina had quarreled with a
I neighbor girl. Fhe left her par
ents this note:
I was no use To get killed
I I throw myself out of the window,
because I need "
HALF-MILE UNDER GROUND,
LIGHTNING STRIKES MINER
(By International News Service)
CLEARFIELD. Pa. A miner half a
mile under ground was badh Injured
I - -, bolt of llgbining recentl Ahmar
Whit sell, the miner, was leaning on
his shovel which was resting on an
Iron rail. A bolt of lightning followed
the rail Into the mine, shattered the
shovel and threw the miner to the
ground. Rendered unconscious. Whit
sell was badly cut.
r-1 ' 1 i i i " . . i , , , , , i ij I
To a Gallon of Gas :
j - Conservative buyers, after a thorough "
I investigation, invariably choose a
j 1 Chevrolet BECAUSE I
it Is a handsome, roomy car
suitable to the needs of a fam
: ily- .
it is the lowest priced, fully
equipped car on the market.
the running expenses are ex
tremely low j miles tj the
gallon of gas is the Chevrolet
j . few are ever seen in repair
I Several beautiful models are on display
in our cool show rooms open all day. "
j t OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO. :
1 247 Hudson Ave., OfSden Telephone 460 -
VX, HUDSON "SUFEMIX" ESSEX J),
TRIP to no
'Former Champion Will Not Be
in Ogden as Schedule Has
Li6k ANGELES, Cal., July 29. -lack
Johnson n jrro. former heavy Weight I
champion pugilist, left here at 10 a.
in., today. In custody ol officers, for
Chicago when- he is under sentence
for violation of the Mann net A lurgi-;
number of people, most of them col-
ored, gave the pugilist an ovation at
the depot oefore he left.
i n arriving at the depot Johnson
fought his way through the croud
making room for a deput I'nlterl j
States marshal behind him Latei be
P'jsed on the Train's rear plutforrn for
'motion picture camera men.
j The negro's white wife went east;
on the, same train Originally it was
planned Johnson would leave at 9 and i
;go through Salt Lekft nabllitj to
obtain nrcommodatlon8 delayed the
dep.' rt in . ii'j '.. . . ' i .ui. i
one through lbuquerque and Kansas
Johnson told ne wspaper men he had
been treated royally here and wanted j
jto thank the officers for their eonsld-.
;eratlon He said he would light his
'ca.se In Chicago
j Johnson lias been In the county Jail
here since Tuesday, when he surren
dered at the Mexican border, bolow
San Diego. f'or about five years he ;
has beep classed by officers as a fugi
tive r ioin Until C
NO I HANDCUFFED.
At no time since hi surrender has
Johnson heen handcuffed, federal of-1
tlclals said Fear of being manacled
had deterred Johnson's surrender se -eiul
days, bin no promise had been
made that handcuffs would not be
iused. the authorities said
Johnson's baggage on the journi
included a pair of dice discovered
i when he was searched In the countv
It Is my desire to make my case
clear before the people, so thai the)
will not be laboring under the Impres
sion that all the bud things said :ibout
m are tiu " Johnson said.
I have made many mistakes and
am sorry Had I known that all this
tiouble would have been brought up
on me by defeating Jim Jeffries at
R no. I would have laid down iu I
Just a9 1 did to Willard In Havana
'DurinR the war I called upon the
American smbSSS) In Madrid asking
th officials there if I could enlist. It
"A few mon;hs later Major Lone,
attache of the L'nlted States army In
Madrid, asked me If I would do cer
tain secret service work for the gov
ernment along Die coast of Spain
Working under a Captain Ffewaett,
near Malaga, on the. Mediterranean, I
Ifound many important things, nmonp
them a submarine base, and where
and how German submarine obtained
their oil and gas Durlnr all tliK tlm
I paid one-half of my own expenses '
SHE TOOK HIM HACK
(By International News SerOcc )
AMER1CC8, Oa J Clark left
his wife and home here twenty-five
years ago. Ho returned the other day
and his wife rocehed him with open
In his absence Clark's two children
died, the oldest daughter having been
burled three das before his return.
When Clark left home he was poor.
In Oklahoma oil fields he made a for
tune. He wrote hl wife- several let
ters, blaming himself for leaving and
telling her to get a divorce Hhe re
fused and said she would wait
IfilClS SET I
Governor Cox Will Be Notified
j of Nomination on August ,
7 at Dayton Home
il COLUMBUS, O., Tnly 22. Notlfi-
I cation ceremonies for Governor Cox
will take place August 7th at Trail's
M End, his homo near Dayton, with
those for his running mate at the
Roosevelt home. Hyde I'ar. N. Y
! Mr. Hoosevelt will attend the Dayton
I I ceremonies and Governor c'o said
i today that If possible he will go to
Governor Cox will leave here to-
I I morrow to begin work on his speech
j of acceptance at Dayton He plana
! to work continuously until his address
Ills finished While at Dayton he will
i le the ilty's hero at a ' home coming"
j celebration July 30.
f Governor "ox said he planned to i
i have his address sent out at least a i
: week prior to August 7.
PLANS on VDDRJE6S.
I 'I hope to lOCh myself up at Trail s '
i End, ' said Governor Cox, and gel it,
lout. I have my subjects fairly well, I
j j In hand already. There are a num-l
I ber of vital things and then 1 shall jl
have to assemble the ISSS important,:!
land I cannot tell vet wnether the re-,:
I ' suit will be n long or short address" i
ij The governor, chairman White, IS.
j'll Moore, the governor's eonventloil
' I manager; Wilbut' W, Marsh, of lowa, I,
I I the national treasurer; George Bren-jl
j nan and other leaders conferred fur-
j ther today on organisation and cam- !
' I patgn affairs before Mr. White's de- i
il pariure lor his home at Marietta. O.,
j and an eastern trip. '1 hey were mi-
I able, however, to complete the spec- ,
j I ial campaign committee. Mr White
j i said it probabl" would not be an- '
; nouiwed for a week
it has been definitely decided. Mr.
I I White said, to keep the main Pcino- I
j cratic headquarters at New 'ok dur-
Ing the campaign. Mr. White eX"i
j pectS to spend much ot his time there
j Central hcadquartert; he added. Willi ,
jibe at Chicago. The question of I'a-L
' clflc Coast headquarters still is un-
j lUKi ( is BOl KIU. TIN N( I IS.
; Mr. Marsh, it Was stated, will have
! virtually complete charge of Demo-1
i cratic finances, in his capacity as
I I treasurer it is also proposed to ap-j
I point a special finance committee
Jj which Mr Marsh will head in lieu
j I of the office of director of finance I
j created about year ago and filled
J I until recently by W. D. Jamleson.
i Comment on W. J Bryan's nomi-i
! nation by tho Prohibitionists was de-j
j dined today by Governor Cox and heJ
also refused to discuss approval glv
1 1 en by Will H Hays. Republican na-
tlonal chairman, to Senator Harding's
! front porch campaign. Tho governor
I I Indicated he would have no -omment
j I on Senator Harding's speech of ac-
ceptance and also that there would be
no direct reference to Mr. Harding s
i address In the governor's speech of
WIT TO RAISE
Railroads Ask Permission to
Increase Rate 20 Per Cent
to Pay Wages
W ASHINGTON. Jul 22 An tn
Crease "f twenty per cent In passenger
fares and fifty per cent In Pullman
charges was asked of the Interstate
commerce commission today by trie
railroads to cover part of the $60",
000,000 wage award of the railroad la
Additional Increases in freight rares
ranging from ten per cent in the east
ern territory to eighty per cent In tne
western territory also were asked. The
executives requested Increases In the
freight r ites on milk proportionate to
the Increase In rates on other com
modities made in the roads' first ap
plications for late advances.
The Increases in passenger, freight
and milk tariffs, said Alfred P Thorn,
counsel for the executives, will take
care of the total of $626,000, (ion which
the executives estimate Is added to
transportation costs by tho labor
boards award Mr Thnm estimated
that additional $26,000,000 over the
board's estimate was accounted for o
COCtaln O'. ertlnio charges provided for
In the award.
The Increases of freight rates, asked
by the executives today, are In addi
tion to those previously asked. If Uie
commission erantv all of the demancs
freight rates in the east will be ad
vanced fort per tent and those In ttie
west thirty-two per cent. The exact I
j A COODXLfe TO TRAD3 j I
! Do Your Week-End j
I Shopping Tomorrow! I
Store Will Be Closed All Day Saturday I
Pioneer Day j I
i Get an early start on your week-end shopping tomorrow for the store
? will be closed from Friday night until Monday morning. Summer mer- ? v jL
chandise will be wanted and summer merchandise is being cleared J Y
j away. Every section of the store has its special attractions.
Blouses Shoe Bargains Men's Silk Shirts j
j This sale of silk blouses at All of those shoe bargains Men's silk shirts at $6.75 ?
j $3.95 (values to $10) is that were advertised in this are cheaper than the silk can j L1 '
! r .i i r i . l . ..il be bought. These are values ! 1
r one or the big features. papc- last night are still on . , - r. . f 9
h i . , . f , , . . r. 0 to $15. lhere are plenty o A I
Have a look at them on thfi saIe In the Downstairs Store. them; good patterns gooc
: Second Moor. Copy of the ad is posted in pure silk fabrics. Tomorrow I
the section. again, $6.75.
Wash Skirts p 1JS J
I The white wash skirts that Wd.SIl VjOOuS n & c 7 1
Lome soon it you want I
I we bought from the whole- Cool fabrics for summer somc of this good japanese S f Ij!
salcr. Smart styles in strictly frocks voiles, organdies, pongee silk at $1.75. It is
t washable fabrics. Offered at Swisses, etc. They arc won- the usual $2 50 value. All 5
$2 25 and $4 45 derfully attractive this year. Pure heavy silk without the yR;
M , c .l . i j usual "loading" that washes 1
Many or them at lowered b
Silk Underwear prices- u ' y f
Quite a little crowd had Men S Shop jj I
j gathered first thing this Cool DreSSCS Mens underwear, shirts, i K .
L .l ii c l r J c hats, neckwear and all of I
- morning to buv this silk Cool, summerv dresses of ... , , . 7
, , ,, . -r ., j , , , . the little needs tor the holi- a
U underwear at hair price. 1 o- voile and sheer fabrics. j i T , 1
I c j c .ii . tr day are on sale at July ?
morrow again. Second borne actually worth to $2. clearance prices. Also wear-
I Floor. On sale, $9.95. ables for the boys.
j A Sale of Ice Cream Freezers j I
A belated shipment of ice cream freezers has just arrived. Because of the lateness
of the season specially low prices will be made to make quick sales. These are r
I i i i r .1 . 11 1 11 . . i-c ' A Wi
aouDie acnon ireezcrs men win incite ucnuuus ice cream in a jirry 1 he metal parts I r3'
j are all retinned, insuring long service. The tub is of elder wood, the best adapted for I M
the purpose. The sizes are 2, 3 and 4-quart. The handy 2-quart size will be sold 3 f
j at $3 45. (Downstairs).
advance in the south has not been
computed) but probably 'ill be jrouni
forty per cent.
UNDECIDED ON PARTIES
WASHINGTON'. July 22. Whether
the Anti-Saloon League of America
shall adopt ncutnil attitude as be
tween Senator Harding and Governor
COX, the Republican and Democratic
presidential candidates, was discussed
at length, but without result at the
opening session here today ot the ex
leeutlve committee of the league The
committee was called to determine
whitt iart the league is io play In the
national political campaign.
It was reported that a majority or
the speakers at the morning session
favored a neutral stand as between
the candidates. No votes were tak n.
IHtnp VOI R PI N . ARTHUR,
PICK MORE LUCRATIVE
B International News Service.)
PITTSBURG. Coal miners in west
ern Pennsylvania engaged In a contest j
as to who would make the highest two!
weeks' wage. Frank P.ittner. a cutter!
at Burgettstown. won. His pay for the
two weeks was $J82.43. Blttner op- j
j crates a machine and he Is paid SO I
milch yardage and so much ver ton. j
COMMANDER NEW YORK-ALASKA FLIGHT
. gSc J
Captain St. Clair Street shown lure, comihanda the group of
urmj aviators flying from New York to Nome, iaskn. on the long
est airplane flight ever attempted by the United Stall s army The
flyers are making photographic maps that will be used by the air
mail service. (
NO ATTEMPT TO FORCE
REOPENING OF MILLS
NEW YORK. July 22. Althoug.i
the L'nlted Textile Workers ot Ameri
ca will conduct an Investigation to as
certain the causes for tho closing o
the American Woolen company s
plants In the New England states, no
attempt will he made to obtain an In
junction to compel the company to
re-open Its plants. John Gold- n. presi
dent of the Textile Workers' union
announced here today.
"It was the opinion of the hoard. "
wild Mr. Golden, that It would bo
not only very dlfilcult. but almost lm-
possible to secure such an injunction. M
"Furthermore, we arc not in favor WSm&f.
of adopting the Injunction method in iBft
labor matters 1
tBy International News Service.) Jjtfa
A warning to persons exposed to BSE
the danger of sunstroke
Avoid unnecessary exposure.
Avoid hard or prolonged bodily ex- IHh
ESat In moderation B
Drink coiil water freely. BBWt
Dress light! l loosely.
If attacked by headache, blurring of
Islon or other symptoms of sunstroke WH
lie down In the coolest spot availablo WC
and apply cloths wet m .ld water to I .
the head until the arrival of a phy- l9
JULY 24h I
Take advantage of this TWO-DAY holiday and make a trip I
into the canyons with one of our I ifli '
COMPLETE I I
I CAMPIN OUTFITS I r
FOLDING TENTS AND COTS
I For one, two or four people. Folds up in five minutes and is
I carried on running; board of car.
PRICES $27.50 AND UP
This outfit will last you for five years or mora.
Auto Campers Outfit flj
319 Twenty-fourth Street II-
WE CAJIRY A COMPLETE SUPPLY OF CAJVIP EQUIPMENT ).
Our store mU be open until D 00 p m Friday evening