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FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 19fr- B
IW""OR sport, outing and even busi
ly ness wear the popular polo shirt
has made a myriad of friends
among well groomed gentlcnien.
They're here for you in the latest
colors, patterns and textures.
I SPANISH GIRL IS DEADSHOT
SEVILLE, Spain. With a standard
service rifle most as tall as herself,
little Scnorlta Julia Boadrle, 10. out
shoots the finest shots In Spain Spain
.as produced some feminine wizards
with the rifle and of them all Senorlta
Boadrle la said to be the best She has
won many medals.
Sanford J. and Rachel Weaver Sum
mers, 153 West Twelfth street, August
Robert Clyde and Cecil May Rich
ardson Hellewell. Monroe, July
Walter T. and Myrtle Cantwcll
Read, 2729 Washing-ton July 16, boy
Daniel C. and Ruby L. Phlan
Downs, 3660 Washington, July 27. boy.
Felix H ami Mildred 1 Wllnmth
I Turnbloom, 819 Twenty-sixth street,
gr July 31, boy.
Frank J. and Nettie Smith Weber.
3051 Grant, Aug. 2. boy.
James Hcnr-. and It.-lva Rnllnntync
WiKgins, 3374 Woshlntgon, July 1. boy.
Robert T. and Ora Johnson Mona
hau. 2170 Qulncy. July 5. bo
Leo U. and Sybil Langton Bond,
2426 G avrnn July 12, boy.
Lawrence D. and Myrtle Johnson Al-j
lard. 3172 Grant, Aug. 1. boy.
Horace G. and Florence Don Doyle.
258 Twenty-seventh street. July 13,
I Newell B. and Pontella Searle Tur
ner, 212 Harris, August 1, girl.
W. Z. and Ida Leatham Shurtllff,
"404 Washington. Aug. 5. girl.
Adolph B. and Annie Anderson.
Burch Creek, Julv J7. srlrl.
Dr. Mark and Mary Wattle Brown,
Aupust B, Plrl.
Lorenzo and Maud M Harding Tay
I lor, Farr West. Augu st 3, boy.
Eddie C. and Allen Helen Ray
Thomgren, 369 Twenty-second stret.
July 9. girl
I BOY THOUGHT KIDNAPPED
IS FOUND I CISTERN;
(By International Nous Service.)
DUQUOIN, HI A search for the
four-year-old son of Mr and Mrs G.
F. Steele, of Tulsa, Okla., believed
kidnapped, ended with tho finding
of the Infant's body in on abandoned
cistern at Christopher, near here,
where Mrs. Steele was siting her
The child had crawled from Ita
mother's care whi n hor attention toras
withdrawn from him momentarily
and fallen Into the cistern.
99 GirSs in Party
Going to Yellowstone
Ninety-nine girls from Atlanta. Ga ,
were Ogden visitors for several hours
.. terday en route to Yellowstone na
tional park. The young women .mem
bers of a girl's club In the southern
city were entertained at The Hermit
age In Ogden canyon before returning
to the union depot They were in
ch arge of Dr A. Thomas of Atlanta
j and will spend three weeks in the
wonderland before loturnlng to their
The J were met at the west en
trance of the park today by special
I representatives of the park and will
accompanied through the park by
! scouts. They nre traveling In two
. special cars and expert to visit Ogden
I ri n 1 I. Ittli- Zti - i inyon on their re
turn trip from the north It Is the
I largest party of women that ever en
1 tered the park, according to railroad
I Sugar Cheaper
, L00 pounds granulated sugar $23 00
10 pounds granulated sugar $2.35
j The price of sugar has declined. If you are in need of any
B sugar for canning season we are able to take care of you at the
I above prices. We deliver sugar with other groceries,
12 cans Oil Sardines 75c
A good sardine at a very low price.
j CANNED SALMON BECCO CANNED MEAT
30c tall pink salmon, La.rfle b"'. Dev.led meat, 12
dozen .... 52.00 ce
can 20c 5 bottlaa . . . 80c "nS ,65c
30c Booth sardine,, 2 bottle, .... 35c nna sau8a0c-
mustard, tomato. Small bottle,, pint,, e'erned beef
etc 24c dozcn - $1-35 each 40c
j 5 bottle, ... 65c
j SOAPS, ETC. 2 bottles ... 25c LEMONS
I Delicious and re- c . , ,
I 14 bars white laun- freshing Extra larfle Jl"cy
j e. lemons, dozen . 35c
dry soap . . . $1 BUTTER
r-..u .k..,- MACARONI
j POTATO CHIPS Fre,h churned
i creamery butter, 5 pounds macaroni.
1 2 packages . . , 35c pound C3c bulk 67c
j WE MAKE NO CHARGES FOR DELIVERY
Chicago Wholesale Grocery Co.
Phone 486 2376 Washington Avenue
I We ship to all points in Utah, Nevada, Idaho and Wyoming
Letter Comes by Air j
Ogdenite Is Possessor
3fr 3& i& 3G s& s&
Proud of Distinction1:!
Ogdcn's first aerial letter was
The letter mailed from Chey
enne, WyOk.'by W O. Stanley and
addressed to Mrs. W. O. Stanley.
2.S47 Monroe avenue, arrived from
Salt Lake in record time, accord
ing to Mrs Stanley.
The second plane of tho west
ern mall trail blading crew depart
ed from Cheyenne yesterday
morning, arriving in Salt Lake
from the east In less than five
hours. Samuel Eaton was In
charge of the plane.
MEN ENDORSE 1
Local Republican Women's
Club to Support Ogden
Man for Governor
YV H Wattls of Ogden was unani
mously endorsed for governor by mem-,
hers of the Women's Republican club
In session last evening at the Cltj hall.
Mrs Georglana Marriott, president of1
rhr eluh. presided
When Mr. Wat tls" name was men
tioned a round of applause burst forth.
The fact that Mr Wattls wa.i boinj
In Weber county was brought out, to-Ki-ther
with remarks on success attain
ed by him in hie home eommunlt
and the efforts he has put forth in
buildinK It up.
Discussion brought out the prevail
ing opinion that the women should
have representation on the ticket In
the field this fall. The Bchool board
should have at least one woman mem
ber, it was declared.
Mrs. Alice Collins, alternate to the
Republican national convention at Chi
cago spoke remlnlscently of the actlv
Itj surrounding the nomination of
Senator Warren G Harding.
FEAT 10 BE TRIED
W. H Cahlll, v. ho recently star
tled Ogden fans bv currying a 100
pound sack of sugar 16 miles
wlthoua a stop, will attempt to
break his own record on a wager.
August 14, according to an an
nouncement made today
Cahlll will attempt to carry the
sugor from the mouth of ' cdrn
canyon to the Reed hotel without
a stop, ehnngliisj the snck from
one shoulder to the oth-r at the
half-way station He has mado
the wafr with F. B Jones of ug
den. If successful Cahlll will at
tempt at a later date to carry a
100-pound sack of sugar from tho
New-house hotel In Salt Iake to
the stale capltol building without
I a stop.
at 14tii Ward Tonight
Snappy athletic events will bo on
the program at the Fourteenth Ward
amusement hall this evening. The,
program Is scheduled to start prompt-'
ly at 5 o'clock according to those in
charge. The feature of the evening
will be the wrestling match between I
Jack Harbertfon of Ogden and San
Clapham, light heavyweight champion
of England Both men have met on I
previous occasions and each hold a'
Prior to the staging of the feature
event Haibc-rtson will attempt to
throw five men while C'laphum will
attempt a like stunt
Tom Parker. Brig. Harberlson, Jas
Ilarbertson, Harry Sandman, R. A.I
Saunders. Joseph Beus L C. Wllllam-
son, Alfred Qladwell, M'.shop Clarence
Morris and others will be seen in ac
tion in the mat contests.
A four-round boxing contest be
tween Heber O'Burn and Brig Har
bertson will be one of the added fea
tures. Both men will tip the scales
at 165 pounds
A mat contest between little Jack
Harbertson and Harold Saundora will
ulso be featured. Both youngsters tip
the beams at 60 pounds. The proceed.-
from the show will go toward
Improvements planned for the ward
From Liquor Charge
D F Judkins, charged with hiving
liquor in his possession, was found not I
guilty yesterday after two hours' de
liberation of a Jury made up of Albert
B Foulprer. M E Cunningham, J H
Shoffer and H S. Seagcr.
Mr. Fonlger, foreman of the Jury.
'otated that the Jurors were satisfied
I that Judkins had liquor In his pos
session, but whether or not he had
the liquor knowingly was a point
which the city had not proven.
The star witness for tho prosecu
tion, who Is alleged to havo been thei
cause for Judkins'' arrest, was not
present at the trial and It was Im
possible to prove that tho liquor was
I Judkins' property. It win stated.
I . oo :
; To Open Bids for
Bids for the pavlnc work In Tre
1 monton will be opened by the state
i road commission August 20, according
to an announcement made today by of
ficials of the United States bureau of
'public roads The state has offered to
pave a half mile in Tremonton proper
while the remaining; pavinc work will
be done by the city. It Is said
B. W. Matteson departed today for
southern Utah when he will Inspect
the- Thompson Moab. Moab La Salle
I j and Price-Castle Dal roads.
In the lcttor to Mrs. Stanley. i
Mr Stanley stated that the letter f
I the first to bo mailed from 5
Wyoming and one of the first to
be mailed en route to Ban Fran- J
Cisco alnco tho planet departed 5
from the east. g
"While the letter was delivered j
to Salt Lake in record time," said z
Mrs. Stanley today, 'It required II
much more time to deliver the let- I
ter from Ball Like to Ogden than 3
from Cheyenne to Salt Lake. The 2
letter will t.o one of my prizes 1
and I shall keep It as a memento j
of my first mail delivered by nlr. '
DROP TAKEN IN
Utah Tomatoes Crowding Cal- I
ifornia Product Out; Corn
Marked reduction in fruits and veg
etables occurred throughout the city,
during the past week, it Is reported. I
I Lah tomatoes, edging the California
product into obscurity, are now be-'
in? sold at 15 cents per pound, a 4 0 J
per cent reduction over tomato prices
Corn has also experienced a 40 per
c nt drop and la now being sold at 30
cents per dozen.
Dewberry prices are consistent, as
all fruit prices have been this season,
and are being sold at 25 cents per cup ,
Potatoes arc 6ell!ng at 5 cents peri
Utah melons have put In appearance
but have not yet appeared In suffl-,
clent quantities to force tho Texas
product from local rnarta of trade The
Utah melons are selling at 6 cents per
j pound, while the Tex.is product Is be
sold at 4 and 5 cents per pound.
The usual assortment of root mdi
green vegetables are being offered at
TO PROFIT BY
Detective W. A. Jones found
$10 two months ago and turned
it In nt the police station. Daily
he has scanned the newspapers to
discover the owner of the missing
money and today, probably dis
turbed by qualms of conscience
he related the story to a Standard-Examiner
scribe. He told
enough of the arn to show that
.he bad found the bill but nfused
to give Information regarding tho
nature of tho money, or the placo
whore It was found. Persons who
lost a ten spot two months ago
stand a chance of redeeming thoir
money if they can satisfy Detec
tive Jones that tho money which
he found belongs to them.
Road Ready in Fall
The Ephrlam-Orangeville road in
southern Utah will be completed and
ready for traffic early nl the fall, ac
cording to E L Kidder of the United
States bureau of public roads who re
turned yesterdav from an Inspection
tour of the road
The road is 15 miles long and when
completed will connect Orangeville
and Ephrlam With the exception of
;m experimental station operated by I
the forest service, there Is but one
house alon' tho entire route from one
city to tho other.
Rain greets 'he workers In that sec
tion almost daily, according to Mr. Kid
der. The Sallna Emery road of 112
miles will be completed this fall. Con
siderable difficulty has been encoun
tcred there due to the rains, according
to Mr. Kidder, the rains washing out
the road and Interfering with the
Mr Kidder was accompanied by M
M Woltz on the trip They stated to
day that the reads between Ogden
and Sallna are in first class condition
Allow Estimate on
Car Track Paving
The first partial estimate due the
Utah-Idaho Central railroad for con
struction on tho projected North
Wr.shlnKton avenue paving was allow
ed by the city commission, at a spe
cial meeting this morning. The esti
mate prepared by City Engl leer J. M
Tracy, amounted to
The work Is being done rt the ex
pense of the railroad company, the
city assisting by letting the work out
to the l . I. C as It would to a regu
A petition from residents on Twen-i
tv-seeond street between Jackson and
Harrison avenues for a new- water
main, was referred to the superinten
dent of waterworks.
The duty of spinning thread. In the
old nffes. was asslpned to the unmar
ried women, or "spinsters." and the
"wlffen" nr wlVSS Sid the weaving.
ifl r 1 I H ' (tM 10 1 1 SBH
S We Pay Return Postage
canning Without sugar JlJmfTi -SPtal-i, -ttf- Tg3 j jf
free classes every morning at 10. Fruits KryJ Jil.J JLBL S i
canned here given to those who attend. . A GOODLAjte TO TRADB j
Tomorrow Again j I
' ' The Rack Sale " I
A hundred buyers were here to- I
day. The bargains they carried away - j m
! will start folks to talking. Nearly every ?fSN ! fl
garment in the store is now in one fBW !
j of these five groups. Come have a ,A s
any garment $5 - ! 8
! On this rack are skirts, cont3t dresses of voile and of g-'ing- J I
I ham. Skirts of sere and silk. A few coats that have been rN V i
slightly soiled. Garments here worth to $29.50. Your fn -s i
j choice for $5- -
any garment $& Sfe 1
Dresses of cotton, dresses of taffeta and crepe dc chine. A f," Jl ( y ' if
i few jersey suits. A few coats and some f?cod looking skirts. ' r-ffnj f-j W 1
All assembled on one rack. Values here to $45. Your Jftt) i i V i I
j choice. ujli'i' ''!,; Jm
any garment S2S &fi Ift i I
n Here are some wonderful bargains Here are handsome suits, pjJ8 , ' y 'iOW i
Z coats and dresses that will be good for thi? fall Some of '.he ,3' ' '', )viSP
better dresses need a little cleaning and pressing. Values to --Ji Ul ' jj j ;a
i ?10' joe '', W illii I
any garment jo mgiti : ; m j H
(On this rack are garments worth to $115 There arc coats E; ifT i
and siuts worth to $115. There are silk dresses actually worth KjW Hv lAr! r
j to $75. A wonderful opportunity. See them. Your choice aa ' " iB
any garment 50 M Jm B
All of our better sport dresses are here One, for example, MM J&$Br meBP g
i3 coon colored tncolette trimmed with blacl: and hand -&!yC
embroidery. G-arments on this rack are worth to $125. Your
WOULD YOU CALL II
'THE CITY OF MASKS?'
Robert Warwick, New Yorker
Agrees With Author
Thoupfc he is at present making pic
tures in California. Robert Warwick,
the photoplav itar, la a d edln-the-vsool
New Yorker. The scenes in his
new picture. "The City of Masks."
coming to the Alhambra today and to
morrow, were lz.id in New York, and
Mr. Warwick declares that the "sets '
wero so realistic that they actually
mado him homesick.
"I've IWed most of my lif in New
York," said the star recently, "and
from personal observation, George
Darr McCutcheon was right when ho
called (he metropolis the city of
masks You never know your neigh
bor there. Why. I recall a little up
town restaurant where I used to dine
nearly every evening, chiefly because
a certain elderly waiter was such a
kindly, considerate soul. Then one eve
ning I missed him and discovered that
the police had called around for him
Just that afternoon He was a noted
French criminal, whom the police of:
two continents had been seeking for
It's the romantic side of camou '
flaged New York that Is brouKht out
in "Tho City of Masks." Lois Wilson
is tho leading woman and the picture.1
I bleb Is Paramount Artcraft, was,
directed by Thomas Heffron.
Deaths and Funerals
ROBERTS Funeral MrVlCM tor
Mrs. Mary A Roberts, wife of G. D.
Roberta, wero held Thursday at 11
o'clock at the family residence. 1221
Twenty-fifth street. Rev. C. R. Gar
vor officiated. MuMcal selections wero
piven b A. H. Sanders. Pallbearers
were Fred Melssner, A- V. Mclnto.sh.
H. Taylor, L Charles Ashton. Wll
Iw.m McGaw and John Allen. Inter
Bienl was In the Mountain View cemc-t.-f,
where the Queen Esther chapter
performed their aer loos.
CI. ARK Funeral service for
Jnmes F Clark were hold at 3 o'clock
Thursday st the Klrkendall funeral
chapel Musical selections wero given j
by A H. Sander. Pall bearers werej
Amasa Callahan. A. S Gulmont. MU
ton Kunz, Herman Struhs, N. P. Mat
tham and J. D. Kennedy Interment,
was In the Ogdn t lty csineterv. Rev
John Edward Carver officiated at the'
t'l.VRKE Funeral eer-vlces fori
James Clarke wer held at 2 o'clock
at the N'lnth ward meeting house,
Thursday afternoon. Uixhop's Coun
selor Alonio Jackson officiated There!
wits a large attendance and many
beautiful floral Tributes. h Myi
Kathsr'" was sung by David Pickett,
while "Unanswered Yet" was given by'
ALEXANDRA'S EYES INJURED H
LONDON Queen Alexandra. mrth-i
er of the king of England, recently
suffered an injury to her eyen and Is I
Mrs. Lilly Wang.ganrd and Mr. Pick
ett. "Softly and Tenderly Jesus Is
Culling was sunp by Mrs. Lydla Jack
son. Mrs. Lilly Wangsguurd sang
"The Christian's Goodnight." Speak
ers at the services were George Hun
ter. E. A Lnrktn, H. EL Goddard and
Alonzo Jackson. Interment was In
tho Ogden City cemetery.
; Littlefield Named
as Legion Delegate
Jack LlttWlHd secretary of Her
man Baker post No. 9 of the Amerl-
now wearing dark classes She was a
famous beauty In her vouth. With her MM
Is Prince Victoria. Hr
lean Legion has been named as a dele- i
gato from Ogden to the national con-
ventlon of the American Legion at
' ' T'N-mher 26 and 2; BJJBM
larcordinx to word given out here to- JH
Tho posts throughout the United
States will be represented and man VXm
problems will be discussed. One of Hll
the most Important phases of the na- .u VMj
tlonal rneettng this year will be the
possibilities of an unuul American Le-
gnn day. It Is proposed to have this BVK
celebration on a date other than No- H
vembir 11. National offlrers will be VAa
aleeted for the ifjj season. V
The most of the slips occur after the Vl
cup has bren to tho Hp. VM
From Tiny Pain Demons
Disease Caused by Germs In the
First of all. get it firmly fired in
your mind that all the liniments in the I
world have no effect whatever on
.Rheumatism. You may use them by'
J the gallon, and rub the painful parts
by the hour. Retting possibly sora
temporary relief from tho tnrturin ;
pains, but you are making no headway
i whatever toward reaching tho caus
Jof the disease.
Medical scientists differ as to the I
.causes of every' form of rheumatism.
Ibut arree that when caused by a tiny
'disease germ, the only effective meth-1
od of treatment is to attack the dis
ease at its source, and cleanao the
Iblood of its cause.
The most common form of rheuma
tism is caused by millions of tiny dls- H
r-ase g.-nus which infest the blood. The
one and only senrible treatment, then '
tore, is one which cloanses tho blood WM
of these germs, and routs them entire- He
ly out of the circulation.
This Is why S. P. 8., the greatest fv
known blood purifier is so successful &
in ho treatment d rheumatism it
is a powerful cleanser of the blood, an'!
will remove the disease (forms the' jtfi
your rheumatism, affording re rV
lief that is genuine.
S. S. S Is sold by all drugpists. Fref '
literature and medical advice can be
had by writing to Chief Medical Ad
vlser. 601 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta '