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THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER
I I Will ROGERS in ' '
II 1 "Jes' Call Me Jim"
) Goldwyn picture thai will warm the
22 l cockles of your hciirt- and tickle the tip
of 3 1 ui- tunny bone With Will Rogers m
the most delightful role he was 'er
t ;i :
THE LOVE STORY OF A BASHFUL MAN AND
THE PRETTY MILLINER OF A BACKWOOES
If Ogden Theatre
WHY GO TO ALASKA? COME IN AND COOL !
A FIRST PHOTOGRAPH
(TAKEN FROM SEAPLANE)
I OF YACHT CUP RACE
i . ' ' '.
Copyright, Press Publishing Company, from Kndel & Herbrn
NEW YORK This remarkable photograph of the first race
(July 15) between Sir Thomas Lipton's shamrock IV (in fore-j
ground) and the American cup defender Resolute (upper) M-as taken 1
from a seaplane 250 feet above Lipton's yacht won the first race
when fhe Resolute 'b throat halyard snapped.
I 'NERVIEST THIEF' ROBS
THE COLUMBUS PRISON
m COLUMBU8, O., July 22. Emmett
mB C. Warner last nipht earned the title
E "The nerviest thief." He robbed the ,
EJC city prison under the very ees of the
t i police.
Warner asked a police clerk to find
out how many times ho had been ar-
rested A bag containing over one i
hundred dollars funds of the Police 1
an.l Firemen!1 Co-oper.itlve Stores. ln
on the desk When the clerk turned'
his back Warner made off with the
money, police say,
He was arrested while returning to
hi home and the money recovered, t
Varied Program !s Outlined for,
Saturday by People of
Pioneer day celebration plans at
EfuntavllTe have been arranged In such
a way that the entire day will be fill-;
I rd with enjoyment. Bcglnlnjr at day
break the event Include
Firing of cannon at daybreak Ar"
Hoisting of the flag at sunset Boy1
PROGRAM AT It O'CLOCK.
Selection Huntsvlllo band
Sons:, Come, Come. Ye Saints .
i Invocation . - Patriarch Angus McKay
Speech of Welcome. J Alma Burrows
Solo. Utah. We I,oe Thee"....
.... Mrs. Myrtle Capson '
Paper . David J. Tracy
Mal- quartette J"l McKay; director
i Tribute to tho Pioneers
. . Elder W. i; Scovllle
I Duet. "That Beautiful Isle of
Somewhere .Victoria Burrows
and Alma Burrows
... .A Daughter of the Pioneers
Poem torlglnah Mr? Mary Burrows
Ylclln solo, "Love's Old Sweet
Song" Ada Burrows
Oration Apostle D. O. McKay
Song, "Count Your Many Blessings"
Benediction. Patriarch Ancua McKay
Special recognition of the pioneers i
will be given during the entire day.'
During the afternoon a program, in-1
hiding steer riding, young ladles' sad-,
die race?, foot races and other fea-l
tures will be carried out. Late In the
afternoon there will be a ball game.
The evening will be closed by a grand'
GREAT HEART OF
Hundreds Eager to Aid Poor
Woman and Child Stranded
CHICAGO. July 21. When the
great heart of Chicago warms up to
any helpless creature, It goes about ti
whole fashion About da light Sun
da) morning Ldward Hurle, a broK-
ei, noticed a dejected figure huddled
on a bench in Washington park, ami
examination showed a wisp of a wom
an and a baby so emaciated it could
hardly cry. The woman had 10 cents,
some moldy crackers and a half botLgj
of sour milk She told Mr. tlur'Pj
that her name sas Eliza Deth Coy. unil
that her husband had put her on the
train at Lvons. Iowa, with a tick, r Tin
Chicago, given her 45 cents and told
her h was through with her, as he
would not have a "squawking kid"
around and that he had another write
Mr and Mrs. Hurley took tho un
fortunate woman and baby Into then
home and the newspapers printed a
brief account of the affair. By noon
Sunday visitors had sent In checks
and had delivered In person a total or
$1000 for the woman and baby, Auto
mobiles were lined up for three blocks
each side of the Hurley residence,
their owners anxious to help the un-1
f ortunate.H. One of the contribution f
was $5 earned by a Japanese who I
worked overtime to get It. 1
Now a prominent family Ins given I
the woman and her baby a permanent!
home, and. with their little capital. 1
which has now grown t about
000, they will get along nicely, unies
the heartless man who deserted them
shows up, In which event tho police
will Bee that he gets a permanent
home after they have bounced then
clubs off him a few times
RICE IS PILED UP BY
HOMO KONG PROFITEERS
HONG KONG. June 23. (Corre
spondence Hong Kong has been
Stocked with rli i' bought for export
and held for a rise in prlees even dur
ing the rice shortage which has be
come serious In some cities of south
ern China and other parts of the :
Orient. The manager of a big com-j
nierclnl firm her' estimated that there! I
was more than 110,000,000 worth ofi
Saigon long' rice stored In Hong-'
Recently the price fell rapidly and,,
dealers and exporters found them
selves loaded up with rice, while then
hanks were pressing for the payment'
of bills. Japan was not able to buy
owing to the tightness of her money '
market and It was stated that Amcr- i
ica, ordinarily one of the largest buy- 1
ers of rice In this market, has ceased i
to purchase because she had obtained :
a sufficient supply. The Dally Press
stated that about 75 per cent of the I
rice exported from Hong Kong goes !
to Cuba, but Cuba's supply had been!;
purchased direct from the producers i
instead of the Hong Kong middle t
There were food riots In Shanghai
in the latter part of June owing to i
tho high prices of rice ther. . n Juno c
29 there was only o four daj's supply
of rice available In Shanghai.
Some of the caravan routes on the i
Gobi desert nro thousands of cars i
Ft 1 "l"
UTAH CROPS IN !
Condition Is Fairly Prosperous
Says Report of Weather
1 rops are In a fairly prosperous con
dition dsplt- the need of rain, ac
cording to the weekly summary of
l In- weather bureau at Salt Lake. The
The weather has continued rather
irni and dry. excepting some light
showers in the southwestern portion!
hich were temporarily refreshing to;
growing crops. Irrigated fields con-i
Llnue In flourishing vondltlon, w ith I
xmple water, though the need for rain!
s becoming rather serious everywhere
.ept only the higher livestock!
ranges; cattle and sheep remain in
good to excellent condition in most j
daces Winter grain harvest is fairly
veil along In the central and western
allejs. and will begin soon In the
nore northerly districts. Spring wheat,
however, has not done so well, and
is good In only a few localities. The
'M.l crop of alfalfa continues some
a hat retarded, and Is maturing short
n many places. The harvest of early
lOtatoes has licgun quite generally,
und heavj shipments have boon made!
'rom Davis and Weber counties. Su-
;ar beets are making a good show-1
up. Raspberries are being marketed I
n large quantities locally. Early ap-l
)les are ripening In places, and late,
ipples are doing well. The alfalfa I
Top at Richfield was the heaviest In
viany years. Th canning pea crop,
n the Stinpeto valley Is above aver-
ige. Grass Ih abundant on the high I
anges of the 1. Sal National Forest J
ind cattle are In good condition. The;
iot wlnd weather has been hard on
vJ NOW ON
itftjoli WE H A VE CUT DEEP INTO THE price F JfSm
IP I i 1 N EVERYTHING IN THE STORE INCLUDING
J wt JU SILK BL0USES' VOILE DRESSES, SILK DRESSES,
M ,M CREPE BLOUSES, SILK HOSE, SILK UNDERWEAR, . E MWb
W SIEK KIMONAS, GEORGETTE BLOUSES. iIIIIm
V ALSO MEN'S SILK TIES, SHIRTS AND COLLARS. ffif
THE KIMONA HOUSE W&T
301 TWENTY-FOURTH ST. g "
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I TODAY, TOMORROW AND SATURDAY I I
IflSI orohy Dalton I I
I M&m "The DarkMirror" ! I
QtggktQ, Do you believe that dreams come true?
H '"T "Ty "Y You don't hrve to in order to enjoy Dorothy Dalton'c new picture, "The D.irk Mirror," but rt's one B fc
9 JffQITJci? jt J ICQ 3 of tne many Interesting angles to this unusual photoplay. F
5 3 Ml6s Dalton shows her amazing versatility again. You see her in two vividly contrasted roles: a rich f ,
prcSVnfS' j New York society girl and a belle of the Chinatown underworld. Things happen thick and fast, and X,
3 j there's a charming romance running through the thrills. i
Hj IjCJICJ 1 H 1 1 Thomas H. Ince produced he picture you know what that means. It's fully up to the best Para- j ft
tjj Lvlvlll 1 j mount Artcraft standard. Louis Joseph Vance wrote the story. You may have read it In magazine ae- EH ff
I A snT I rial or novel form- F
S L4 I I I SPECIAL ADDED FEATURES
j ;,u I PATHE WEEKLY SCREEN MAGAZINE 1 H
Tho Dark ptites schedule 1
Mirror Ac 0Ae Oftc al 1:45 B B
W Oil 2:15,4:00 5:45,7:30 I
Qicum All Seats AH Day and 9:15
. PIONEER DAY CELEBRATION ':
5 Follow the crowd to Nature's Kesort :
for a nice cool picnic on
crops at Emry Shcr-p. cattle and
horses ure doing well on the ranges
around Price with feel plentiful Ryo
harvest at Lcvan and grain cutting at
Park Valley will begin next week. The
second crop of alfalfa Is Just showing
bloom at Deseret, owing to weevil re
tardations and Is budding at Kanosh.
"Highways are very much In need of
rain In all sections."
'Jes' Call Me Jim,'
Will Rogers' Late Hit
Opens af Ogden Today
Jes' Call Me Jim," Will Rogers'
latest Goldwn starring vehicle, ad
apted from thf- famous novel, "Seven
oaks, ' lv J J Holland is peculiarly
suited to Mr. Rogers' personality and
talent In it he plays the rok of Jim
Kenton a happy-go-luck hunter und
The situations are tense and Imbued
with all tho dramatic iualltles of th'
sort that hold the Interest of an audi
ence from the beginning to the end
of the picture.
Jim Fcnton is in love with Miss
Butterworth, a milliner, and he. be
lieves her to be In love with an In
sans Inventor. ?a.ul Benedlot, lang
uishing In a Cllthy workhouse. He
promisee to rescue Paul and incident
ally discovers that Belcher, tho most
Influential man In town, has robbed
tho poor Inventor of a machine from
Which he has made his fortune. With
tho help of Mike Conlln, a friend and
trapper, Jim determines to force a
confession from Belcher. The got
him to Mike's house and arouse his
fears until ho Is all too eager 10 make
tho confession they demand.
Tho story was adapted from the
famous novel, "Seven 'aks" by J. G.
Holland, directed by Clarence Badger,
photographed by Marcel Le Plcard
and may he seen at the Ogden theatre
tor three days, commencing today.
' LOUD PHONES PLACED ON
NEW YORK SUBWAY CARS
' NEW YORK, July 20 "Loud
peaking" telephones are 6oon to give
Now York subway riders relief from
i the Inarticulate sounds emanating
from guards in announcing subway
I The telephone Instrument, which is
to be installed on the Brooklyn lines
will not only be employed to announi 0
stations, but will bo used for such
i warnings as "Watch your step!" ' Step
: 11 ely please !" etc.
I The phone is operated by the con-
' ductor or guard at the center of th-
car. who speaks in en ordinary voice
through a transmitter, his words com
ing forth in Increased volume at sa b
end. The phone in also audible on
tho car platforms
Loud speaking receivers an Ink
stalled in the rollings of the curs near
the doors and ere hardly Visible Tin
openings are about eight Inches In
diameter, but screened and painted!
the same color as tho celling.
Tho phono operator Is provided with
a high efficiency transmitter which Is I
small and can be carried around ln
tho pocket or held In the hand. It;
has u cord similar to that on a regU
lar telephone and connection Is made
with the telephone system by "plug-1
I Tho sea bottom Is more uniform I
I'hnn th surffier of fh land.
Dig A YJondcrlut
rpRY thi3 approved rem-
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nervousness, 6leepleseness, N
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appetite, digestive troubles,
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and diuretic for blood and U
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