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It Isn't Fun!
There' many an outing spoiled before It gets
nicely started, all because eomebody overlooked
providing the tool box with the proper
wrenches and tools to mj'e minor adjustments
and repairs along the rod.
Even changing a tire, or mending one, cm be
come a long, wearisome, pleasure destroying
job. If you haven't the proper equipment.
Don't start that trip until you have looked over
Mack-Robinson's accessory eases for sugges
tiont.
V MACK-ROBINSON GARAGE
2440 Grant Avenue J W. NICKSON, Prop. Ogden
I HELP OF COX IS
ASKED BY SUFFS
Democrat Nominee Receives
Lou Dillon's Shoe as Good
Luck Token
IK DAYTON. O . Aug. 3. Another ap-
ICj I.oal for aid to secure ratification of
mm the woman suffraRe amendment In
Tennessee wan made today to Gover
HaB nor Cox, Democratic presidential can-
WffV rildatc. Mrs Ahblc Scott Maker, po-
lltlcal chairman of the National Woin
ijM yM nn'fl part) irought In ri".rt. hat un-
I leM efforts are Increased Tennessee's
jjp legislature would refuse ratification
Lj" sh will 8TO on a similar mission toj
mtiW Senator Harding, the Republican can-
A ,- Ufin nr in m or row,
am Harbingers of good luck :ire pour-;
mg in on Governor rv. H recelvi i
ffcS ' two today, a feathe rwelght horseshoe(
"fl worn by Ixu Dillon when she estab-,
JB llahed tbe world s trotting record for
PH a mile in two minutes flat at Head-,
MH ville. Mass.. August 24. 100?, and a'
rabbit's foot, the latter pnt by Decca I
Lamar West, of Waco, Tex. The rah
Hj hit's foot was mounted handsomely
HI in gold.
Governor Cox today accepted an In
Kfl vltatlon from Judge C. R Latham, of
HBl the Chicago Chamber of Commerce
IBHj to speak before thrt organization In
JB earl) October
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Hugh Bemenderfer, com
monly known as "Hugh" by
his automobile friends, is now
doing auto repair work at the
Burrows Auto Co., in the Cad
illac building. 432 25th St.,
opposite Reed Hotel. 4040 1
ALASKA Oil MAY
DRIVEIS, SHIPS
Secretary Daniels Returns to
Capital With Bright Views
on Resources of North
WASHINGTON. Aug. 3. Navy and
geological survey officials ai e lu esti
mating recently discovered oil supplies
In Alnska, Secretary Daniels announc
ed today upon his return to Washing
ton after a tour of Alaska and the
weal It Is hoped, he said, that tho
Alaskan oil lands eventually will yield
a larpe part of the oil supply neces
suiy for the Pacific fleet. Coal depos
it, totulllng between 450,000 and 600.
000 tons are alroady In sight In the
navy's coal reserve lands in Alaska.
Mi. Daniels aald, with Kood prospects,
for a very much larger supply. Ai -'
rangements are being made to mlno
and wash the coal for the use of the
Pacific fleet, the secretary said, add
ing that the interior department also
would develop large deposits of coal
on public lnnd for commercial uses.
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NATIONAL DEBT IS
REDUCED STILL MORE
WASHINGTON. Aug. 3. The gross
national debt was reduced a total of
f76.404.l53 during July, according to,
the treasury statement today. This
leaves the public debt at 124,222.917,-1
013. The reduction was accomplished I
through the retirement of that amount
of treasury certificates of indebted-
ness.
uv
.ii?s M. Young, champion woman'
hammer thrower of England, has
thrown the eivht-pound weight a dis-j
tanco of 36 feel 7 inches I
MUSICIANS IN
DENVER SHE
Theatres Prepare to Open
Without Orchestras: Higher
Wage Scale Sought
DENVER, Colo.. Aug 3 "With the
opening of the new season at one
vaudeville house and a legitimate
theatre last night and today no break
wan apparent in the musicians' strike.
A conference between the managers
and the union will be held Wednes
day meanwhile all Urge theatres are
without music
All members of the Managers as
sociation hare bean forbidden to dis
cuss the strike by their officers.
The opening of a "big time" vaude
ville house this afternoon Is boiling
tho main interest In the situation. It
In reported that the manager will
start the how without an orchestra,
requiring each act to provide Is own
music. I ne vaudeville house is now
I using that policy. Another theatre
opens B week's run of a New York
I show tonight and It Is understood
ithat tho curtain will go up without
. onventlonal overture
n picture houses w-r, a. ..-ept-I
i many tickets as usual, accord-
to the managers,
rron officials say that all members
of tlu- organization are out and their
Ltement has not been challenged by
the in inagers, who say thut they are
I destitute of Instrumentation About
12." men are Involved. The present
demands, f51 a week fi pi. tures.
1 $68 for vaudeville aid $6.25 a per
formance for plays, are les.n than the
demands filed a short time ago. The
I strike call was effective Sunday.
AUTO BANDITS GET
$20,000; REVOLVER
BATTLE FOUGHT
DAVENPORT, la. Aug 3
Shortly before noon todav six
men held up and robbed the Com
mercial Savings bank, of Mollne,
III . of a sum estimated at $-,r.-00ft.
according to the police Tho
robbers made their escape In an
automobile
The robbers shot Charles Moh
ler, a harbor, when he run out
of his shop across the street to
give the alarm, and he may die.
Police arrived as the bandits were
leaving and a rc olver battle en
sued on the street, but the bandit
car got away.
HOG? INTOXICATED.
WHITESBURG. Ky. Aug. 3 A
drove of lnto:;ic.ned hogs has given
prohibition Officers the clew that led
to seizure of a rlanl still and arrest
of two men In Letcher counf , Ky
The officers, operating out here re
ported destruction of six stills The
hogs, according to one of the prohlbi
tion officers, were found on top of a
mountain and were "cutting weird ca
pers." A search and discovery of the
stll! followed.
rjN A BICYCLE and your time is your ovn! You get about quickly
you come and go when you choose, and by any route you desire- No
! street-cars to wait for no long tiresome rides or walks -just hop on your bi-
: cycle and you're "on your way." For work or play, the bicycle is the logical
means of daily transportation. It saves your time, your raoncyand vour temper.
J Get acquainted with good bicycles. splendid service and satisfaction
I, Stop and think a fine, new Dayton backed by a quarter-century of skill
J Bicycle quickly pays for itself by the and experience in manufa&ure. Come
time and money it saves you. We sell in today and inspect our fine stock
I Dayton Bicycles because they give for men, women, boys and girls.
I (imujiswruy Baps. J&y
J J cvcnvTinNo ron every spout rorT ey-ertv scason
! 1
RHbVi Bss i
FRANCO-BELGIAN I
DEFENSE AGREED
,Two Nations Form Alliance to
Help Ward Off Attacks in
Future Wars
I
WASHINGTON. Auk. 3 'By the
Associated Pru.) Genera! terms ofi
ithe defensive military alliance between i
i France nnd Belgium as drawn up by
Marshal Foch of thf French army and I
the Belgian chief of staff, were re
ceived here today In official circles.
Military support of France by Bel-'
rlum In future armed conflicts wan
based upon condition that France i
prove not to have been the aggressor
Belgium also reserves the right to re
main neutral In all disputes between
the Interests of France and other na
tion In France's colonial possessions, j
Details as to France's pledge to Bel-i
glum have not yet been received.
The alliance Is 'o endure for a pe
riod of from five to fifteen years It
Is understood that before official pro
mulgation the terms will be submit
ted to the league of notions for ap
proval following similar notion by the
Brlt'sh and Japanese governments In
sdlslng the league that future drafts
of the Anglo-Japanese alliance would
b submitted to the lengue In order to
bring Its provisions In conformity with
tho alms of the league
Attempts of Belgium to Induce
Gioat Britain to Jo.n with Krunce In
tbe defensive alliance, the official ad
v lets stated, have so far boon in vain.
GIRL STUDENTS OPEN
WAR ON RESTRICTIONS
EDINBURGH, Scotland, July 20.
Young women students of tho Univer-I
alty of Edinburgh have revolted)
against what the regard as childish"
restrictions In tho use or latchkeys aft
er the regulation hour for closing the i
hall in which the live.
Thirty-three Bludenta of Masson ;
ball, one of the numerous hotels in!
which women students reside, have-1
;one on record s refusing to obey in
structions regarding the use of nljebt
keys. The girls assert that they are j
being treated as children rather lhaci
as young women well able to take care
of themseh h
The protest resulted in a petition to'
the university requesting: a change in I
the warden of the hall. The view of
i ho management is that too much lib
erty was given the girls under the'
previous regime :.nd that unless ,heyl
alter their petition, the girls must I
leave the hall a( the end of the ses j
sion.
The Pall Mall Caz-tte of London In J
commeniing on (lie Incident, says:
"With the ment3 of the particular
case we are not concerned but there is 1
18 principle Involved which soonoi or
later will have lo be decided When
Women won then right lo compete!
with men in the professions they prac
tically won all the rights that apper
tain to Ihe acquirement and practice
ol those professions. Those who imag
ine thai young women will submit to
ihe exercise of authority which woulu
not be tolerated by their brothers,
make a great mistake, a mistake:
which, if it is persisted in, will do an
Immense amourw of harm, for oppo- j
nitlon to liberty Is the -surest fosterer
o;' license."
GROOK PICTURE IS
IPPEU VEHICLE
FOfi ENID BEIITT
"The False Road"' Presents
Pretty Star as Underworld
Belle in New Ince Photoplay
The latest picture starring Enid
Bennett 'The False Ruad," will be
the photopla attraction at the Al
hambra theatre today and tomorrow
It was produced by Thomas H. Incw
and is a Paramount Artcraft release.
Miss Bennett has the role of Bettv
Palmer, member of a ganfi of Xew
York crooks. Her sweetheart, Roger
Moran. upon completing a two yean
term at Sing Sing, surprises her by
announcing that ho is determined to
go straight hereafter. She refuses to
desert her pals, and he leaves heri
and finally secures work with the!
local banker in a small town In New
England. Later. Betty and a confed
erate are sent by the crook leader to
rob the bank. Roger follows them to
New ork and. by posing as a hack
slider, succeeds, through Betty, in re
covering the money. She, thereupon,
abandons tho field of crime and she
and Roger are married
Considerable appeal and heart In
terest is said to permeate "Tho False
Road," as well as plentv of excite
ment and thrills Lloyd Hughes, who
1p shortly to be starred by Mr. Ince,
is the leading man. Wade Boteler
and Lucille Young arc also In the
cast C Gardner Sullivan wrote the
story, and the picture was directed
by Fred Nlblo.
On the same program we offer
Lopa Brothers Famous Hawaiian
Troupe, late of the Orpheum circuit,
and of the play, "The Bird of Paradise."
A I lOIST SAVi-LS HOG,
INJI RFS FIVE GIRLS
(B) nternatlonal News Service.)
NEW YORK In an effort to pre
vent his dog from Jumping from his
automobile. Charles W. Hlgley, of
Brooklyn, lost control of th machine
and. mounting a park In tho center
of the street, ran down and Injured
fhe small girls at play, police say.
According to a patrolman a chow
dog was seated with tho drlvor. The
dor 3ttemptod to leap from the auto
mobile Hlgley tried to stop th deg
and at the same time hold the steer
ing Wheel, The car swerved toward
the small park In the center of the
rortdw ay
BLACK HM NEMESIS
IS SHOT TO DEATH
(By nternatlonal News Service.)
YVILKESRA RRE, Pa. Samuel
Luchtno. city detective and long an
enemy of "Black Hand'" gangs, was
shot to death in his home by an un-:-en
hand.
Luchlno Is said to have broken up
areta, gangs believed to have been
'Black Hand.' H was warned sev
eral times, it was said. He was a se
cret service agent for the government
during the k u r
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Two presidents of the t'nited States
were censured bv congress Jackson
In 1831 and Tyler in 18-13.
i
lALHAMBRAl j
The Coolest Spot In Utah I
Last Tim&m Today I I
"sJ "Jesse L. Lasky Presents
jm ETHEL I I
l H
I 'A LADY IN LOVE" I
Her heart cried yes, though her conscience said n j
She was wedded to anotner Had been lured, through girlish infatuation, into marriage
H with ? man who led a double life. '
But now she vos a woman ! You will want to see her romance to tho ond.
A picture with all the intimate real life appeal of "young Mrs. Winthrop" and "The Ey ;j
Thirteenth Commandment. Yet with something more I j
TOGETHER WITH
I Mack Senneti's New Comedy I; I
I "The Gingham Girl" i I
WITH LOUISE FAZENDA AMD HER TRAINED DUCK j
) FECES 10c 20c s I 1
BIG FEATURE BILL TOMORROW I I
I ENID BENNETT in I
4 The False Road j I
A TALE OF THE UNDERWORLD
SPECIAL ADDED FEATURE
LOPA BROTHERS I I
y The Great Hawaiian Troupe, late of the Orpheum Circuit and the Dlay, "The Bird
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
I 1000 SEATS MBVKmLN0osR 30c I
1 1000 SEATS ANY SEAT MATS
I CHILDREN A7shows 10c j
E DON'T MISS THIS GREAT TREAT
SCHEDULE RAIN COOLED AIR
Doors open 130 Makes this theater tbe coolest place in L'i
H Curtain at 2:15 4:00 5:45 7:30 9:15. Utah
WILSON SO WELL
HIS DOCTOR GOES
ON HIS VACATION
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3. Rear
Admiral C T. Grayson. President
Wilson's physician, started on his
vacation today, explaining that he
was going by direction of the
president Dr. Grayson said tho
president had shown such marked
improvement of late ihal it was
not necessary' to put him In the
care of another physician.
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1GE BOARD MEETS
WASHINGTON, Aug 3. The An
thracite coal commission appointed by
President Wilson to adjust wage
sehedules In that Industry, met here
today and started at once on the pre
paration of its report. The. commis
sion has Just concluded hearings (
which extended over a period of 8v- '
eral weeks The report probably will
be ready for submittal to President
Wilson In ten days or two weeks. It
was said today.
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HEALTH CONFERENCE
GALVESTON. Tex., Aug 3. Health
officers from cltle along the Gulf
coast, state health officials from a
number of interior states and -surgeons
of the Ignited swue-s public health ser
vice assembled here today for a con
ference on methods of combatting bu
bonic plaxue
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CULBERTSON NAMED
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3. William P.
Culbertson, of Kansas, was re-appointed
today by President Wilson as a
member of the I'nlied States tariff
commission.
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rnstcad of the gold dollar as the
standard of value in the United States,
It has been suggested that a unit of
energy be substituted. '
PONZI CONTINUES j I
TO PAY ALL WHO J
CALL FOR MONEY 1
BOSTON, Aug. 3 The line of
anxious noteholders In the "50 per H
cent In ninety days" investment
proposition of Charles Ponzl. who I
claims to have made millions by . fl
foreign exchange deals, began to H
form outride the offices of his
Securities Exchange company long
before daylight today, clamoring H
fur the return of their money. In-
dlcatlons were for the largest
crowd since Ponzl began back
money a week ago. j'H
The first claimant appeared at
the rear entrance In Pi alley, for-
merly the old "Bell-ln-Hand" bar.

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