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The real reward that any individual or company should
strive for should not be how much money they make,
I but how much good they accomplish for themselves and
fellow beings. For several years Skaggs' Cash Stores
have enjoyed the unusual reputation of being safe and
dependable marketing places. In no way could this be
I possible, were it not for the fact that we practice the
I Golden Rule and have the interest of our patrons fore
most in our minds. Our employes are taught from the
' time they start with us that they must be fair at all
times with our trade, and that their future depends on
how well they take care of that.
I Are You One OS Our Many
I Satisfied Customers?
If not, resolve today that you are going to co-operate with
I us and thereby enjoy a large ving in money and help
y us keep down the high cost of living.
SOME EVERY DAY BARGAINS
POTATOES FRUIT JARS
At the present price every-1 We have a carload bought
one can use them now. at last year's prices. Buy
1 0 pounds Fancy Po- now and save.
tatoes .35c ' dozen pint Mason
100 pounds Fancy Po- jars 90c
j tatoes $3.00 1 dozen quart Mason
LARD , I dozen gallon Ma
We have a bargain in pure son jars $1.19
I nnbs. Pure Lard, . .$2.65! HEAVY JAR RUBBERS
! 5 lbs. Pure Lard . . .$1.45 A limited amount on hand
2 lbs. Pure Lard 57c 4 Dozen for 25c
MILK PRESERVES, JELLIES
w. i These two items are scarce
i We are advised that the , .,, , .
. .and will be higher in price,
i price will be higher on milk T . i D
r i rT i Large jars assorted rre-
m the ruturc. buy now and j
n serves obc
save a dollar or more per cn , D
Due jars assorted rre
2 Tall Cans Milk 25c s5 I""
12 Tall Cans Milk... $1.50 MZe pU1C APricot
1 Case Tall Milk. . .$5.95 c Ja,m- V
- omall jars assorted Jel-
TEA lies 15c
Royal Garden Tea is sure BECCO
to please. Buy jt by the dozcn and
Vl-vo. 45c package Green lsave
Japan Tea 39c ? large Becco 35c
Two '2-lb packages 45c ,2 large Becco $2.00
Green Japan Tea . . 75c , barrel gecco $lh25
POLAR WHITE SOAP 2 small Becco 25c
I The same size bars as Crys-j 12 sma11 Becco $1.35
I, tal White. Made by the 1 barrel sma11 Becco $12.50
i Palm Olive Soap Co.. and 2' lb- can Three Star
I guaranteed to please. Malt 65c
1 0 Bars 75c 4"oz Package Hops 25c
1 1 Case $6.95 CANE SUGAR
100 pounds Cane
NEW PACK PEAS Sugar $23.75
I The new pack of peas are 1 0 pounds Cane
I almost as tender as peas Sugar 4.. $2.40
I right out of the garden, j 3 pounds Cane
1 Dozen New Pack Sugar $1.20
Sugar Peas $1.75 TOMATOES
H 1 Case 24 cans Sugar Our prices lower.
Peas $3.25 Now is the time to buy can
iij 1 Dozen New Pack tomatoes. The future whole
Early June Peas. . .$2.00 price is more than we
I 1 Case 24 cans Early I are selling them for at the
June Peas $3.95 present time.
LEMONS 1 ozenflarge cans
I . , . Tomatoes $1.75
M I dozen rancy Juicy 1 case 24 cans Toma
Lcmons 35c toes $3.40
New Crop Walnuts, regular price 35c pound;
while they last, 1 pound. . . 25c
1 SPEAKING TRIPS FOR I
HARDING ARE DISCUSSED
MARION'. O . Aug. 4 While Sena
tor Harding's front porch campaign
KoeH forward, his managers and ad
visers are counseling over several pro
posals for speaking trlpa away from
One plan suggested would Include
speeches In a half dozen of the larger
eastern and middle western cities and
another would carry him to the Pacific
and Atlantic coasts and as fat south
as Tennessee. It was said at his head
quarters today, however, that nothing
definite had been determined and there
probably would be no decision after i
conference of leaders In New York
It wax also said by those In charge
of plans, that a n-plance of ins ltationa
for the candldat'- to speak In uihi-r
places would not result In a suspen-
Blon of his front porch addresses to
The second of the delefjatlons to
take advantage of the front porch ad
dresses, a tralnload of Republicans
'I from Wayne county, Ohio, cam'
Marlon today and marched to the
Harding residence, whooping It up for
Harding and Coolldge. The candidate
wan to address them at 2 p. m. Tomor
row he will speak here to another
In 1017 there were 161.996 persons
In the United States, or lest than two
ttnths of ono per rent of the popu
j latlon. who reported Incomes of over
WOMAN FOUND DEAD
ALONG U. P. RAILWAY
TOPEKA Kan., Aug. 4. The badly 1
mangled body of m woman, 35 or 40
years old. was found on tho Union
Pacific railway, ten miles west of To
peka this morning and was brought to
this city. In her pocket book was a
card bearing the name- ' Mrs. Oram
Whiteoomb. 1919 West Seventh stroet,
Los Angeles, Gal."
LOS ANGELES, Gal., Auj 4 Tho
city directory shows no resident of Los
Angeles named Mi- Wllllnm Grant
Whltecomb, and no person named
Whitecomb residing at 1919 West
COX SPENDS NIGHT
ON JACKSONBURG FARM
DAYTON. O . Aug 4 Following a
restful night at his lacksonburg farm,
thirty miles into the country, Gover
nor Cox Denim r&tlc presidential can
didate, today faced another busy day
In hlB effort to clear his desk so to
be free late this week for visitors herr
for his notification ceremoni. -s Satur
No engagements for today were on
tho governor's calendar, but he expect
ed to give furthor conslfi. nit i,.n to
the woman suffrage fiKht In Tennessee.
Tho declin in the number of per
sons engaged In agriculture in Oreal
Britain began as far back as 1876.
Newly Chosen Officers
I for Ogden Stock Show
Confident of Success
Officers and directors for the second
annu.il Ogden Livestock Show, to be
held at the Union Stin k . .i nl January
16 7 nnl t, Were elected a1 D meeting
held last night at the Weber Club
l Tho officer selected wore- Charles
Barton, preelderit; Dr H. M Row1
vice-president . i r -J K. !alll oite,
secretary u w. Taylor. :,
.1 Brennon, treasurer and L.
y v hltlock, l n i iirer.
j Directors selected for the event
I Executive Committee F. M Driggs,
Ben Huneaker, E. L. Van Meter. R.
I Kunzler. Herbert l 'oulger, C C. Adney,
I Corlnne. Utah and Prof E. S. Hlnck
Other directors were. 13. M Fox L
J. Gallentlne. H H HltxeJ, W H Wat
jtls, J. U. Eldredgo.Jr.. L L. Keller. John
I. Cazior. Weils, Nevada; Lee Cheeney,
Evnnston, Wvo , Bar Sealey, Mt
1 1i aaant, Utah reus 1 1 Ichai tl i Virgin -la,
Idaho; Ves Crow, Huntsvllli Prank
J Starkweather, Blackfoot, Idaho.
I j C. M. Dee wu appointed veternar
lan and inspector,
si r.ss is imik I I I)
Indications are that the second an
nual livestock -ho win far surpass
the shovv ol last ii Tiii- huge ex
hibit Will In' hold a Will piiitfillni!
the livestock show at Denver, This
I arrangement has been made for the
convenience' of exhibitors Tip
I stock shows throughout the west will
I b arranged In a circuit us far as pns
I slblc. It Is said, so that cattlemen
and stockmen can exhibit ihfir prise
I animals at all of them
From a financial standpoint, the
show Is already more than a success,
It Is stated. Business men are "M
tributlng liberally to the subscription
fund, and a number of men who con
tributed last season, have doubled their
: subscription t his ss r
The livestock show marks on' of
the greatest developments toward ex-
jplolMtig western i.iitl. that ha
'w. E. Lindquist, Commander
of Local Troop. Sends Res
ignation to Governor
Captain Walter E. LfndquISC, com-
Imander of r? troop cavalry of Ogden
In his resignation to Governor Bam
berger at the regular meeting of the
jtroop in the Twent -f"uri h ntrsel ar
mor last evening. Captain Lindquist
has been In the Utah national Riiard !
,for the past flfteon yi-nrs, -ijirtlng as '
a private in Company 11. Infantry, at
Jsnit Lake In 1906. Dissatisfaction
with the pre.ni method of State of-J
fleers in conducting tho organlz-aimi
and pr ire of private business are I
glen as the reasons for tlo- rceignal-1
It is anticipated that Governor!
I Bamberger will accept the resignation.!
I Lieutenant Mark Cram Is held In some;
(quarters as being In line for the pro
Advancing from private. Captain
Lindquist was successively made cor
poral sergeant, lialti sergeant ma-l
iJor, regimental sergeant major, second
Ueutenant and then first lieutenant of
I infantry. He went to the border dur
ing the Mexican trouble of 1 V 1 f, and!
acted as first lieutenant of Battery
1 1 at Nogales, Axis At d.i- Jordan
(Narrows encaniprni nt near Lehl, Au
gust 191", LlndQUlsi was captain and I
adjutant of the First Utah artillery,
which tras formerly the First UtaH
cavalry 'hen the guarelsmen went
j to Camp Ke.irny shortly afterward he
I was forced to stay at home because
of defective vision.
; FINDS ROTARIANS
j GUILTY AS CHARGED
Five members of the Opden
Rotary club w.-re tried for belnK
late to meetings at tho wec-kly
meeting of the Rotary club at the
I mock trial held at the Weber club
I l odiiy Thus.- h 1 1 1 1 la for,- I he
tribunal included A P. Blgelow,
Dr. H M Howe Amhrose Shaw,
Jatii"S SlH't r und John S;..'iipo
Leslie Hodgson was the Juilpe
Frank Drlgge was the prosecut
ing attorney and James II. De
vlne attorney for the defendants.
Thev were all found kuIU S-n-tonco
Will bo passed at the nr-xt
This phase was ono of the In
teresting features of the njeeting
llllam King of Ogden reported
I on the trip of the gden Rotai
j club to the Pro'o outing.
j Trio Arrested Here
for Salt Lake Police
Joseph Henry, Sol Henry ami Mer
ln Henr. all of Salt Lake, were ar
rested b the sheriff lost night on ad
vices from Salt Lake
They were said to be wanted In Salt
Ulkf, where th.' sheriff said they
took an automobile from n garage
without payliiR for charges hanging
oyer the machine.
The trio was taken back to Salt
AVIATORS WILL FLY OVER
CORTEGE OF L0CKLEAR
FORT WORTH. Tex.. Aug 4 Avl
utors who were comrudes of Omer
Locklear in the army will fly over his
funeral cortege here next Saturday
The filers will come from Barron and
Taliaferro fields at Fort Worth The
funeral of lh former army aviator
who was killed with his ompunlon,
ex-Lieutenant Milton Elliott, while!
ii. a king night motion plctuen at Los I
Angeles, win he held upon the arrival
of the body from the Pacific coast.
PUBLIC OWNERSHIP OF
MINES ASKED BY SWISS
GENEVA, Switzerland, Aug 3 j
Resolutions declaring for the national
ization of socialization of mines were
unanimously -'lopte.l by the Miners'!
congress, In sccston here today. British
delegations wld miners of their coun-i
try were ready to call a general strike
to enforce nationalization '
been started, It Is claimed, and the
first show, held last year, had a mark
ed effect In bringing ogden to th.
attention of the entire west as a live
Business men have recognized the
livestock Industry as an Important fac
tor In the development of the city,
it was said, and tor that reason are
boosting the movement.
I I FECTS ON INDUSTRY.
In the hoard of directors, the names
of a number of cattlemen Important
In western livestock circles, have been
Included. A number of the directors,
especially those from Idaho, Nevada
and Wyoming, entered exhibits at the
livestock show last season.
The unanimous opinion of exhibi
tors last season was that the show was
one of the finest that they had seen
In the western Country,
One of the effects of the show Is
the development of superior breeds Of
cattle on the western ranges. Tho
.stockman know, it Is claimed, that tho
development of thoroughbred strains
can he accomplished with less cost
than Inferior strains, and have also
learned that the difference In value
of the better breeds of catllo being
Thus far the mere framework of the
organization necessary to be formed
before the 9how can be successfully
consummated, has been formed, it Is
stated. From time to time, new com
mittees will be appointed to take
Charge of the various details as they
Extensive publicity will be given tho
coming event throughout the state anil
throughout the entire lntermountaln
country. Accomodations for larger
numbers of cattle, sheep und hogs will
be made this season.
While last year's show was satis
factory from every standpoint, accord
ing to exhibitors, the show this season
will surpass It if plans now being made
tire carried out, It has been stated by
ono of the officers In charge of tho
TWQ HURT IN "
John Ferguson and Miss Julia
Davis Injured in Accident
on State Road
Unconscious since 12.15 last night
whn the motorcycle which he was!
operating crashed Into a buggv and a I
tiani of horses at Rlverdale. John
l' irguion 22 ears old. of 146S Wash
ington avenue Is at the Dee hospital
In a serious condition. Misl Julia
DaVlS of Malad, who wa riding with
1-erguson escaped with Injuries to her
face and head, sustained when she
was hurled 30 fcot by the Impact of
Ferguson, according to police rec
ords, was traveling 6t miles per hour,
his speedometer registering that fig
ure following the smash.
At the school house, on the River
dalo road, tho motorcycle struck a
team of horses driven by C. A. Smith
of Rlverdale. The machine twisted
on the roadway and skidded hurling
Mi?s Davis thirty feet. Ferguson stay
ed with tho machine in an effort to
right it but about 100 feet from the
buggy, the machine turned over,
breaking Ferguson s left leg as It fell.
Dr. Ezra Rich was Immediately sum
moned and an ambulance was called
The Injured parties were removed to
the Dee hospital
Examination disclosed that Fergu
son had sustained a fracture at the
base of his skull a broken leg. and
several tfsvsre bruises Miss Davis, al
though unconscious when taken to the
hospital, recovered shortly
D. L. Beaver was In the buggy which
C A. Pmlth was driving and accord
ing to the stories that the men gn'o
th police who investigated tho acci
dent, they had little poportunlty to
avoid collision The machine nearly
- iped hitting them, barely grazing
the horse on the left side of the road
Roth ve hicles were going west at tho
time of the "accident. 1
Dr. Rich 6tated this afternoon that
while Ferguson had a fair chanco for 1
recovery he was In a serious con
Gets in Tailor Shop
The thd't of clothing material from
the Lindquist A Nylander tailoring
(establishment. Room 212 Eccles
j building, Occurred during last night.
Several well-defined footprints Indi
cate that a "barefoot man or boy" was
Police officers who lcstigated
easily procured reproductions of the
Little difficulty In apprehending
the thieves is anticipated.
TY COBB MAY GO
NEW YORK Aug 4 ' Ty"
Cobb, star outfielder of tho De
troit baseball club, will appear as
a "spell hinder" In the coming
presidential campaign if plans of
Pat Harrison, chairman of tho
Democratic national speakers'
bureau, materialise. Senator Har
rison announced today that In
proposed to take Cobb with him
on a proposed ' swing around tho
circle in the interests of Cox and
SUGAR ON COAST
FALLS TO $20 SACK
SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 4. Su
gar continued Its downward price
course when allotments of refined
sugar to Jobbers were made to
day by the California and Ha
waiian and Western Sugar refln
erlss at the price of twenty dol
lars per hundred pounds. This
Is a reduction of one and thro
uuartcrs cents per pound from the
VrT10lX"tS Canning School j M
y GOODPl?Cfe TO TRADB L, ;,ni how to put up frmta ami vegetables without I
11 asses cvcrv moru"15f al1(' I
j A Big Sale of Blouses I Jj
I Dozens of Them. Georgettes and $095 H
! Crepe de Chines Worth to $10. & H
j I I
tfm-tt. Another big sale of new blouses begins
"tl tomorrow on the Second Floor. A hun-
i rec Drapd new blouses are ready to be 9
fN'y- included. There are hand-made voiles as
. J well as silk fabrics. Long sleeves and
fsJn elbow lengths; new necks, many of them
l trimmed by hand. A great assortment.
Uk K See the corner window. Tomorrow and all ,,!'.:
7rr this week 3'95
j Sport Skirts $A 95 f
jtt of Tub White
A white skirt is the thing for this end of the -
A O C summer wear, Come from the laundry like new.
OVim OUltS use these styles this year and next, and prob
;f Own your o'mi suit Feel 5
I I br-ttpr look better. A good These are the skirts we bought from the whole- i I
looking, proper Pitting sr.it saler bought them at a price that makes it pos-
l tfdeto th, ,n,oy,nent Sur- sjble tQ offer $4 95 handsome skirts th t are 1 .
prising nr.vr cheaply you waj .it r 1 t 1 t
! own a good suil Swimming worth much more- nl' a few of them left.
oaps, also. Better hurry. jj
Entries for Ogden Contests
Will Be Received Until
The city tennis tourney of the Og
Acn Tennis club Wll start off next
Sunday morning, according to officials
of the local club With the tennis
courts completed the net bugs h&VG
f"en practically steadily and som
fast tilts are expected In tho coming
Entries trill be received at Browning
Brothers until 1 o'clock Saturday
evening the drawings to ba mad" toi
Sunday's play by officers of the club
that night. No entrance fee will he I
The court? five ln number, recently
completed, rank with the best ln the
stato. Prizes for the winners ln th-v
men's s1iikIs and doubles will be'
warded while the women s single and i
doubles events will also carr prizes!
for the champions
More than twcnty-flo women are
t o W fnrollpd in lht rlnh nnH (t it ex
pected that they will put up some koen
competition for honors Mary Jon s
Is one of the women looked upon to
romp home with the singles honors.
The officers, Hugh Crea, president.
Mary Jones, vice president; L. G
tf-rson, secretary and A G Smith
I treasurer have nil been working hard
I of late on the plans and the success
of the tourney will depend largely on
i the players. It is stated
Hugh Crea, president of th organi
sation and singles city champion ln
11019 has departed for California fthcrf
he will make his home. No successor
has been named as yot to succeed in
The state tourney, now In session at
Logan is being hotly contested. Three
1 'gden men are playing according to
officials of the loul club K Jc John
son, J. H Waugh and Karl Harris arc
competing tho stale singles tltlf
Johnson and Waugh will team In the
With drawlnps Saturday nipht for
the city tourni piaj will be started
! in all eenls early Sunday Oompciltlon
jthls year promises to bo keener than
ever, according to club members and
! tho courts at Twenty-fifth street and
Polk avenue are constantly In use.
Pageant of Bee Hive
Girls Is Nearly Ready
Final preparations are under way
foi the presentation of tho Bee Hlo
girl paproant bv the Bee Hie girls
of the Weber. North Weber and Og
den stakes Mutual Improvement as
sociations. The pageant will be given
at the August rally of the M. I. A.
to be held AuRust 11 at 4.30 o'clock
on the Tabernacle grounds.
Dally rehearsals are bclnp held.
Panclntf work Is under the direction
of Myrle Anderson und Vera Tracy '
About two hundred prirls are taking
part ln the chorus. Emily Maddock ll
directing the chorus work Arrange-I
ments are being n-.ado for special inu-l
Deaths and Funerals
ROBERTS Funeral services for
Nfnrv Ann Roberts, wife of George
B Roberts, will be held tomor
row forenoon at 11 o'clock at the resi
dence. 1221 Twenty-fifth street, con
ducted by Rev. C. R Garver. The body '
may bo viewed until time of funeral. I,
Interment -Mil take place in tho Moun
tain View cemetery.
CLARK The death of James Fred
erick Clark occurred yesterday at a
local hospital Mr Clark was born in
London, November 28, 1S38. He had
been a resident of Orlen for a year
He leaves one son, Frederick J. ( lark
of Salt Lake, nnd a daughter. Mrs.
Alice Raposo of Opden. Mrs. C S.
Potter of Ogden, is a granddaughter.
'Funeral services will take place to
Imorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock nt Kir
I Kendall's chapel. Interment will be ln
the city cemeteiy.
CLARK Funeral services for
James Clark will bo held Thursday a,
j 2 o'clock In the Ninth ward meeting
house. Bishop's Counselor Alonzo Jack
son officiating The body may bo view
ed at the home, 3ol" Monroo avenue'
this afternoon and cvonlnc and tomor-I
row until 1 o clock Interment will bo
In tho Ogden City cemetery.
WHITS Henry C White, n?cd 76.1
died at f o'clock last ovenlng at the f
family residence In Roy. He was a
pioneer of Wober county and a faith
ful momber of the L. D. S church
Mr White had never married and lived
alone in Roy Tho body may bo view
ed at Larklns and Sons Thursday and
Friday until 11 0'olOOlC, and at the
Roy meeting house until tho services
Services will be held at 12 o'clock
Friday Bishop Martin P. Brown will
officiate Interment will be in the Roy
j Society J
Pic.MC THIS EVENING.
Fourteen ward Mutuul members
will hold a plonic mis evening at
Combe s Pond, at the mouth of Birch
canyOn. Games, swimming, dancing
will be enjoyed throughout the eve
n'ng The party will leave thp ward
between 7:30 and 8 o'clock and will
motor to tho spot selected for tho eve
ning. Lunches will bo served on tho
TO TOi H YELLOWSTONE.
Mr. and Mrs William Sewell, ac
companied by their son, Charles B.
Sewell, and his wife, loft last evening
lor Yellowstone park. They will tour
through the park during the next two
Mr. and Mrs. H H. Boucher of Los
Ar.geles. Cal , are visiting nt the home
of Mrs W. Gorgor Mrs Boucher
waa formerly Mis Carrie Gerger.
HEW E I OH THE EAST.
M and Mrs K. King, of 985 Blnford
avenue will leave- this evening for the
east. They expect to be gone for about
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
Bail Forfeited F. Nalahltt, charged
with operating his automobile with
but one number plate, failed to appear
In police rourt this morning His ball
amounting to $5 was declared for-1
Ogden Typewriter Houae Tor type
writers and repair.-. 2422 Hudson Ave
To Tall. Sunday Prof. Howard R.
Drlggn of the University of I 'tah will )
Jch cr an address In the Second ward
chapel Sunday evening, according to
announcement made by Bishop George I
E Browning. All members of the '
ward are Invited to attend tho service &i.;:l
Which commences at 7 o'clock.
Electric wiring and repairing. Call 'r'' '
phone 78 7.
Teacher to Meet The Sunday f HT,
'school officers and teachers of the EJ
I Weber stake will meet ln the Weber
I Normal college Sunday aftornootv at J
o'clock A full attendance Is desired.
Phone 602 for messenger.
Roller Society Tho stake ward Of
ficers Of tho Weber stake Relief so
iclety will hold their regular monthly
mi ting in the Second ward chapel
0Uh4ay afternoon at 2 o'clock. fllfi:1r
Marriage license A marriago
license was Issued late yesterday by Bi)"
the count) Clerk to James McGregor
and Jennie Ransport of Kaysvillo,
For Rent In Ogden canyon, a four
loom summer cabin. Phone 1642. J
406 2 T ,
Going to Coast- Ucorge Lochhoad,
Jr, superintendent of the Plntsch
''ompresalng company, vt this city, left,
today for Los Angeles, to confer with
company officials. While there he will
meet his parents, wrho are lsltlng on T I
tho co Mt j
jfor Rent In Ogden canyon, a four
room summer cabin. Phon0 16 42. i
Sheriffs Fee Tho sheriff depart
ment collected fees amounting to J71
during July, according to a report yT
made to the county clerk. .
For electric wiring and repairs, call
phones 2051 J and 1233-M. 4115
Three Return E E. Kidder. J. H.
Young und M. M. W oUz of tho United
States bureau of public roads, have re
turned from Inspection tours of four
national forest road projects ln Idaho
Inspect Road Joseph Rlrle, Hardin
'Btnnion and Oau B Shields, officials
of the state road commission. Inspect- ': '
jed the Ogden-Hooper road and tho
ogden canyon road today on route to
point! In Cucho valley. W H. Taylor.
State "oad agent accompanied the rep-
rescntat Ives from Salt Iako on the lo
cal Inspection tours.
Trip to Yellowstone Leland Empev
and Lester j F'aulkner left Ogden last I
.Sunday for Yellowstone park. They
will motor through the park and ex"- f
ipect to be gone about a month
or i mJ9
Flyers to Take Part "
in Tri-County Event jk.f
Three aviators will he engaged to
take part In ho Tri-County celebra
tion at Lagoon August 18 according to
word received here today from off!
cials in churge of the celebration Thu
opening of the Salt Lake-Ogdcn au
tomobile highway will be ono of tho
Wires have bot'n sent to H II Bul
len of Denver, Eddio Brooks of Den
ver and H. II. Baker of Gooding Idaho
to compete in the aerial events it is
Ancwer ee having been received from
Brooks and Barker, both stating that W"c"
they would take part Movies of the PMC. -
road celebration will bo taken from
! Lopi Brothers' wonderful
Hawaiian singers, dancers and
musicians at the Alhambra to
night and tomorrow. Also Enid
Bennett in "The False Road."
Don't fail to see this great pro
gram. Prices, 10c, 20c, 30c.