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V THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 1 ULbLAY EVEINtNG, AUGUST 3, 10-
I For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 66
Phone 602 for messenger.
House Burns A house belonging to
Herman Moulding ;it Nys avenue and
Twenty-eighth street wus burned yes
terday afternoon at 2 0 clock, "'cm
rants of the house wore rw.i- when
the flrn started, it Is Staled, and neigh
bors turned In the alarm. Tliu damae
amounted to about $100.
Electric wiring and repairing. Ual'i
Windshield Slickers An additional
1000 windshield stickers, bearing fir
warnings, have been ordered distrib
uted from the local forest service
headquarters. Five thousand of the
windshield stickers were pine 'I "ii
tourists' cars throughout the lnter
mountaln district, it is stated, and ex-
At rate of $1 per week
Drive away the heat
with music in your home.
Hear Bert Williams, the
famous colored comedian,
an a record.
At rate of $1 per week
I VICTROLA X
At rate of $2 per week.
; We make it easy for you
to have a phonograph in
ij "Where Everybody
I Glen Bros.
I Telephone 181
2472 Hudson Avenue
Icellent results have ben obtained as
the result of this advertising medium.
Ogden Typewriter Hoiifo rur type
writers and repairs, 2-122 Hudson Av-?
Returns t Arizona Ft P. Brown of
Douglas, Ariz , who has been visiting
his son. Dr. Mark Brown, for the past
two weeks, left yrsterdny for El Paso,
Texas, where he will stop for a few
days before returning to his home
For Rent In ' iK'lcn canyon, a four
loom summer cabin. Phone 164 L.
New Daughter a pi ri weighing 11
pounds, was born to Dr. and Mrs.
Mark Mrown at the Dee hospital this
morning. Mrs Brown Is the daughter
cf W. H. Wattls.
Gobs Here Seventeen sailors on
route from the Great Lakes naval
'training station at Chicago wen Og
den visitors today en route to the San
Francisco naval training station. The
men were recently recruited into the
?ervlce. Thev pre in charge of Karl
Km Rent -In Ogden canyon, a four
loom summer cabin. Phone 1612
Touncts m Tovn One hundred and
thirty-five tourists en route from Chi
cago and other eastern points to Yel
lowstone nationnl park, were Ogden
visitors ycflterd? for more than six
I hours. During their stay in this city
' tbey enjoyed a trip to Ogden canon
wind the Hermitage. They departed
fortihe north last night.
F.nds Vacation Miss Myrtle Hu
I band, deputy county clerk, returned
to her work this mornlnp after a two
I weeks' vacation spent principally in
RulldJng Permits Permits for the
erection of two brick and stucco resl
l dences on Prlnker avenue, between
I Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
I streets were issued by the city cngl
j need today to it. C. Owilllam The
' homes will cost a-bout $4,000 each.
Goes to Coast Dr. Paul Ingrebret
Iscn left last incht for San Diego to
re-Mime practice after lengthy service
1 in the army and Red Cross overseas.
Birth A son was horn August 1 to
Lawrence A. and Mildred Edward
Martin 2304 Grant avenue.
ActOT Kin Robert Adams, who por
trayed the character of Clarence In
i the play of the same name that show
led at the Mipheum theatre Sunday
and Monday night. Is a brother-in-law
I Of Jack Llttlefiel'd, adjutant to Com
missioner J. K. Ward.
Deaths and Funerals
) HARRIS Funeral services for Lil
lian Moulding Harris, wife of James
i V Harris were held Monday after
noon at 2 o'clock at the Socond ward
meeting house. Bishop George Brown
ing officiated The speakers in the
services were William E. Newman, E.
J. Jones and Bishop Browning. Flor
ence Fisher sang. ' Some Time We'll
1'nderstand." and "Link Divine.'
Ethel P. Baggs gave, 1 1 Need Thee
Every Hour " and Robert Grcenwfll
sang. "Rock of Ages ." There was a
'large attendance at the funeral and a
wealth of floral tributes. Interment
was In the gdcn City cemetery with
C. A. Lindquist dedicating the grave
CLARKE James Clarke, age 82,
pioneer of Ogden, died at 2.30 o'clock
Monday afternoon at the family resi
dence, 3019 Monroe avenue, of cancer
'of the liver. He was born in Ellster.
England. Sept 6? 1S37. When eigh
teen years old he became a member
'of the L. D. S church. He was a
member of the Weber stake h'ch
priests quorum. He came to Ogden
I In 1873 and since that time has resld
I ed here. JJe Is survived by the widow
and the following children: Mrs. J. M.
Robinson, of Salt Ukp, John Clarke,
Edward Charles Clarke of Ogden; Mrs.
IlLittle Moore of Salt Lake There are
lalso surviving, seventeen grandchll
idren and thlrty-slx great Krondchll
drt n. Funeral services will be held
(Thursday at 2 o'clock In the Ninth
I ward meeting house. Bishop's Coun
sellor Alonzo'Jackson will oonduct the
services. The casket wfll bo open at
the home Wedhcsday afternoon and
evening and Thursday until 1 o'clock.
Interment will be In the Ogden city
New Club Leader on
I Trip to Huntsville
I E. W Robinson, newly appointed
county leader for boys' and girls'
'-lubs, is at Huntbville today arrang
ing matters pertaining to club work
, in that section of the county.
If is reported "hat Mr. Koblnpoa is
I actively engaged in promoting a num
j bcr of projects among the children of
I the count) .
The best of the products will be
placed upon cxmlition at the count.
farm bureau fair, lo bi held Farm Eu
j reau day at Lorin Fan park.
'Two Cases Dismissed;
Settled Out of Court
The case of I he state apalnsi Tony
Vlahoatis In which the defondant is
I charged with assault was dismissed
I this morning Judge D. R. Roberts
upon recommendation of County At
torney J"' ph B. Bates.
The case of Roland M. Thomas,
charged with failure to provide for
his minor child, was also dismissed
I County Attorney Bates stated that
both cases had been settled out of
IN LIQUOR CASE
Hearing to Be Conducted in
Federal Court Sep
( ii.it Ion Issued by the United States
district court, r. 'ardinu 22 barrels of
wine and two barrels of "white mule"
whiskey) calls upon r 1 1 persons mi' r
i In the liquor, or claiming own
ership of the same, to appear before
the United States district court at Hie
Federal building September 8 and
show why I he l;quor should not be
G Abe and J. Shimila were speclfi
cally cited and ordered to appear at
that lime and make any claims that
the mipht have on the property.
The barrels if wine contain 50 gal
lons each, while the whiskey kegs are
reported to contain 35 gallons each.
The liquor is alliped to be that which
was removed from a farm leased by
G. Abe a few months ago.
j MAIN FACTS
"Tanlac has not only relieved me or
my five years of ptomach trouble, but
I have gained 'wenty five pounds in
Weight besides." said Robert MrA)o
ney, well known contractor of 33 York
street. Halifax. N. S.
"My stomach peemed to be upset all
the time." said Mr. McAloney, "and It
would get as sour as vinegar Nothing
tasted right or agreed with me and
after forcing down a little something
at meal time I would bloat up with gas
so I would be miserable for hours
There would be rharp. cramping paint
all through my stomach and at times 1
could hardly get my breath. Many a
night the gas bothered me so much
that I walked th. floor all night with
out a wink of sleep. I had to lay off
for weeks al a time and lost ihirt
pounds in weight I was habitually
constipated and had a nagging head
ache nearly all 'he time of mornings
1 felt bo tired and no-account it was an
effort to drag mself out of bed and
I had suffered so long without being
able to get any better I had about
reached the point where I didn't care
v. li. t her I lived or not
"But I feel entirely different since
taking Tanlac. tor It has put me In
such fine shape I eat three big meals
a day without the least trouble. The
constipation, headaches and fagged
out feeling are entirel) gone and I ge'
up in the mornings ready for a hearty
breakfast and a good day's work. 1
simply f-el like a new man and 1 am
glad to let others know what a fine
medicine Tanlac is."
Tanlac is sold in Ogden by A. R
Mclntyre Drug Co Two busy stores.
Advert isemt nl .
Sound Sentiment on
! Irrigation District
That Farr We?! county farm bureau1
members, together with other real-j
dents of that district are 100 per ten-,
strong regarding the Weber county ir-.
rigatlon district, was determined at a
meeting held last night, W P Thomas,
county agricultural agent, announced
Mr. Thomas stated that much enthu-j
slasm was shown regarding the Irriria j
tion district and that from every lndl i
cation, the election to be held August
10 will result 'n the forming of the
A. F. Parker and W. W McLaugh
Hn will speak at a meeting lo be held i
this evening at Hooper.
Gather at Salt Lake
Scandinavian members of the Latter
Da Saints cburcb are arranging for
a celebration to be held In Salt Lake ,
on August 1 4 and 16 according to
Information reci-lvcd this morning.
The celebration will be In connection
with the seventieth anniversary of thoj
Scandinavian organization, and will be
held under the direction of President
Anthon H. Lund and his associates. I
The celebration will be an "fatellec
tual and musical festival and a feast
of friendship and renewal of old ac-1
qualntances." It is expected that the
event will bo attended bv Scandln.ic-j
lans from all parts of the intermoun
Meat Inspector Makes
His Report for July
Two tubercular hrrs- wer fmirni in
( nd'-n abbatolrs during July, accord
ing to the report made to Commis
sioner J. R Ward DJ M V. Bclnap.
City meat Inspector.
With tho two hogs. 28 diseased heef
livers and one veal, were destroyed.
PLACED IN JAIL
BY CANTU FORCES
CHICAGO. Aug. 3 John M.
Hill, consul-general from Panama
to Salvador, passed through Chi
cago today on his way to Wash
ington, where he will complain
to his embassy of being Impris
oned for three weeks In Lowe
California by the Canlu forces.
Hill was Jailed for taking pic
tures in San Antonio del .Mar
Warning of chaotic Bolshe
vism In Mexico was sounded by
"I have Just returned from
Lower California by way of Mex
ico," he said.
"In San Antonio del Mar and
Escanada I was thrown In Jail for
three weeks for taking pictures.
Therefore i learned much about
tho Cantu movement. Cantu
wants to separate Lower Califor
nia from Mexico."
Fines and Forfeitures
Nets City Over $2600
Fines and forfeitures in the city
court during July amounted to 2 -11"
Court Clerk Claude T. Mov.-.s re
ported to the city commission last
night. Costs received from the county
totaled $6.50, while the foes In civil
cases were $153.55, a total of
A petition was received by. the com
mission from James A. and Ida M
Ford for extension of the cltv water
main along Thirty-first street from
Wall to Reeve avenue. The Fords
said they contemplated a number of
Improvements In that vicinity.
Rooms Are Finished
The new manual training building
constructed at Weber Normal college
has been completed, according to
school officials, and will be ready for
use with the opening of school this
fall. It Is stated that the structure
cust about $3500.
Now equipment Including lathes,
saws, grinders, and other machinery,
will be installed. The old manual
training quarters will be turned Into
an up-to-date cafetorla on which work
will be started Immediately. The new
I cafeteria will bo completed at a cost
Big Timber Sale Put
Over on the Bridger
Report of a timber sale on the
Ltidger national forest. Involving ap
proximately two million board feet,
has been recilved at the local forestry
c,rfice. The 6ale marks the Initial ac
tivity of the Upper Oreen River Lurn
I ber company, It la stated, the com
I puny having organircd but recently.
Former Supervlsoi Lee Cooper is in
terested In the company. It Is staled.
1 The Ogden Stake
p Present ihe stupendous
m musical comedy
Local Cast of 100
The Witty, Pretty
Show of Wonders
K-j An array of dazzling
jPI costumes, pretty girls,
H dances, Yitty dialogue,
gtf catchy melodies, cleve.
BP and beautiful scenery.
g The biggest spectacle
H ever produced locally
0 Thursday and Friday
Prices, $1, 75c, 50c.
Seat sale opens
DAY HIS COME
Young Man Arrested by Sher
iff Fined $250 in City
Don Collctl arrested bv the shorlff
last night charged with having liquor
In his possession was fined $260 in
th eclty court by Judge D. R. Roberts
i Colleti was taken in custody by
1 Deputy William Rrown at his home.
224 Twenty-sixth street and with him
eight pints and a "little brown Jue"
of alleged liquor was removed to the
Colleti s alleged to have told the
sheriff following his arrest that "there
Is big money In boo:legglng " Ac
cording to tho sheriff Colleti said ho
has "paid off a lot of debts, bought
B bunch of new clothes and laid away
a pile In the bank for a ralnv day '
'Your ralnv day ha3 come," tho
sheriff told him.
Colletl's mother, who formerly ro
I sided here, has returned to Italy, the
I sheriff said. Colleti gave his ago as
TOl ltlM, SOI i ELERN UTAH
Mr and Mrs t; it stone nnd son.
Clyde and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Daniels
and daughter la Vcrn. dpparted this
morning for a two week's tour of
southern 1 tab They will go to Fish
Lake and Grand Canyon,
BIT ROSE CLUB
Mrs. Ed 1'arton will be hostess to
the members of the White Rose club
i Thursday afternoon at her residence
on Canyon road. All members are
urged to be present.
I I ES FOH Ms LES
Wa ne McAtu from Ma field, Kan
lucky, who has been the guest of his
j cousins. Hob Major and Mrs. John W
jScowcroft for tho past two weeks
departed fc.r Los Angeles Sunday evc
Inlng. He will spend the remainder of
I the summer there.
RETURNS FROM SALT LAKE
Mr and Mrs Gag I: Rodman have
; returned from Sail Lake and arc re
jbldlng al the Virginia hotel.
W. T, O. U.
Members of the Ogden Federated
W. T. C. U. will meet at the home of
.Mrs. II. Houtx, 42,i Twenty-eighth
street, Wednesday afternoon.
A social will be held Wednesday eve
ning in the W W b ill by the mcm
j hers of the Women's Benefit Associa
tion of the O. L M All members and
their friends arc requested to be pres
ent for the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton W Prlgg.s and
family arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank M I'rlggs at their home In
Ogden canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Drlggs
are en route to Sugar City. Idaho,
j from Berkeley, Cal., Mr. Driggs will
take the position as superintendent of
the schools at Sugar City While at
Berkeley, Mr. Drlggs has been associ
ated with the School for the Deaf and
Blind for the past seven ears. lie
i received his degree from the L'nivcr
Islty of California recently.
Mrs F. X. Weekly was hostess to
I the members of the Utopia club last
Friday afternoon at her lovely home
I at the Lewis camp in gdcn canyon.
(The afternoon was pleasantly enjoyed
I In social chat anil cards. Guests for
jthe afternoon were. Mrs. J M. Reed,
Airs. Henry Anderson, Mrs. Weekly,
Mrs. A. T. .Mitchell Mrs. Ethel Steph
ens and Mrs Harry Kirlz. The club
.will meet again In two weeks at the
homo of Mrs. Henry G William
B. t . V C V ( M R
Mrs. Willis of 238 1-2 Twenty-ninth!
street will be hostess to the members:
of the B C. Y C. Y. club Wednesday I
I afternoon. The meeting will open at!
SHOV 11! FOR BRIDE- rO-BJE
A shower was given last evening
by Miss Bllen Wilbur at her home,
2285 Frelcs avenue. In honor of lllse
Yera BicBrlde, a bride-to-be. The
evening was spent in playing games j
To Add Ten Acres
To City Cemetery
Dirt excavated from city streets pre-I
paratorj to paving is being used to
till In the ground east of the city
cemetery between Madison and Mon
ioe avenues. When filled in and level
ed off this ten-acre plat will be added
to the cemetery, City Engineer J. M.
Tracy announced today.
The addition will bo Improscd .m.'
I divided into lots for burial purposes.
Following the completion of the Jef
I rson avenue paving the gate at the
Ijeffersop street entrance will be wld
jened. the engineer said.
j Quarterly Conference
j of Ogden Stake Sunday
Quarterly conference of the Ogden
sUike will be held next Sunday In the
Ogden tabernacle with sessions at 10
a. m and 2 p. m , according to an
nouncement by the stake presidency.
President Thomas F McKay will pre
slde and addresses will be delivered,
lit Is expected, by represr ntut es of
'the general church authorities.
1 Free School ! j
I In Canning I
j Learn How To Preserve I
Fruits and Vegetables s I
Without Sugar I
Beginning every morning at ten o'clock, j H
and until further notice, a school in can
I ning will be conducted in our Downstairs J .
Store. The public is invited to attend.
There is to be no charge for the instruc
I tibns. I
Fruits and vegetables may be canned or
bottled without the use of sugar. An ex- !
i pert will explain how it is done. See th-j
jars of delicious bottled food that have r.l-
ready been prepared.
Fruits Put Up At The I
School to be Given Away i sH
At this school, fruits and vegetables are put up in
view of the class AH of the products bottled dur- L j
J ing the school will be given away to those who at- 5 Ej'
i tend. Distribution will be made every few da :
! i r.
, Reports Lossf $40 i
Stolen From His Room
rtail Jones, who resides above the j
Ulah cafe, reporlcd to the police this'
morning that 40 had been stolen (rem
ithe pockets of his clothes which he1
had left in his room while he went
out lo work. The robbers apparently
j knew of his possession of the money.
be states, r.nd o- had forgotten to re
move the money when he donr.cd his
The police nre searching for the
Scardino Case Gees j
Over Until Aug. 12
Jennie Serrdlro. 16 years of age.
Charged with second degre? murder,;
! will appear for preliminary hearing Be- ;
'fore Judge lan Sullivan. August 12,;
recording to an announcement made Bl
this morning by Couni;. Attorney H
Joseph B. Dates. R
The case was o have been called for khh
tomoi row bul du I..- lack of court I
reporters the cape was continued. Kiisii
Judge Dan Sullivan of the juvenile kUrP
court, will sit on the case as judge HBEiif
pro tern, Judse D. R. Roberts having Bram
disqualified h Irn . ,
The pla of trial hap not yet been I
decided upon hm it wnl probably be HflHij
held in either Judge A. W. Agee's or IHh
Judge A. E. Pratt's court room. H
I Call and See Me for Your i
jj Lowest Prices Consistent Vith r 'juji
'j Quality Work V
CHAS DEE i
, ' H idson Phone 792-M
Special For Wednesday Only
35c Veal Chops or Roasts 25c Hlliy3
Spring Chickens 40c IB
65c Coffee (limit 1 pound) 56c Rnllti
' Hill's, Schilling's, Foulger'a flKli
5Cc Arbtickles Coffc (limit 2 pounds) 40c Bffsrsj
17' ;c Tomatoes, 2 cans 25c E:
ideal Shortening $1 30 of
Nc. 5 pail for . $1.20 H
Ideal Shortening is a !nrd substitute wo make cursclvcc out of Ma- j
zola Oil and Beef Fat It is truly an ideal rhortcnirg. We have been J,,
making It for ten years and those who have used il think it is fine. One Kl ,
pall only to a customer at th.s price.
No telephone or C O. D. orders will be taken at these prices, but Riffc2r
anything too heavy to carry will be delivered on our regular tr.ps.
R USSELL-JA MES CO. H .
EVERYTHING TO EAT
Ccrncr Twenty fourth and Lincoln
SAP POP Alkali Ike Merely Had on a Muffler for a Mdrnent By C. M. Payne
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