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Wfi TrJDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, I9ZC. THE OGDEIN STAIN LAKL-AAMIINt,K
I AMERICAN WOMEN
l e ii nmn
Native Families in Lower Cali
fornia Sent Out Before
MEXICALI Lower California, Aug.
6. (By the Associated Press) All
American womni and hlldrn have
left Enscnada. on the west coast of
Lower California for the I'nlted States
and main Blexlcane have sent their
families north to safer sections, ac
cording to an American arriving here
today from the port.
He said the arrival of federal troops
at En-nada was expected at any
time and it was generally helieved
there that in view of the preparations
in progress the chief attacks on the
jgu forcer of Governor B teban Cantu
-yr would he at Rnsenada and within a
short time, possibly within a day or
The American verified reports that
the Cantu officials at Ensenada were
ommandeerlnj automobiles, horses,
and cattle In that clistrKt. He 8 Hd all
gaspllnc rja i been withdrawn front the.
market and that Hciiera! Cantu was
establishing an airplane base, shipping
in oil, gasoline and parts.
It was slid also that two American
gunboats or destroyers were in ttfij
harbor with a seaplane escort daily.
MEXICO CITY., Auk Tlans of j
the war department for sending aril
expedition into Lower California to
put down the insurrection led b) Gov
ernor Esteban Cantu will be modified
but not delayed as a result of the loss
imn 1. 1 th gunboal General Guerrero 1,1
JHj' Ma;'itlan harbor. It is officially an-,
'V" nou l. Ti.. gunboat win i"- re-
pla ! another ship, which will be
used as a. transport
if EIREB figures in the !"-
jjwj troit trunk mystery Top,
t 0. J. Fernandez alias Eugene !
i-jjk jerny, wanted for murder: ;
MM Ivathcriiii- J irksnn, llii viiiui.
'9 and 'Allen A Tatum, to whom
V; i runk va a Ldresscd
l --w . , gf-
j SEM SHIP
Bird of Paradise Plumes Worth
$80,000 Found Hidden
NEW VoRK, Aug. 6 With the
Belsure of bird of parndliv feathers
said to be worth $80,000 ns thoy were
being landed from the Italian Steam
ship Duca d" Abni7.y.:i here today, rev
inui' officials believe thev have Un
covered a ring o( smuggl'-rs who hae
brought a million dollars worth of
prohibited plumage Into the country
Two of the vessel's crew were arrested
Custom officials hud learned from
. contra band and as the two sea
men came ashore they were searched
and eighty p'ume were dlsi nvercd
concealed under their clblhin':
When th" Vessel itself Wsa searched
pillows and ma tresses In the firpmen's!
quarters wore found stuffed with the
A demonstration by members of the
ships fire room crew the officers de
clared, forced them io retreat from
the ship with their booty under the
cover of drawn revolvers
BAN 'WASTE' OF GAS FOR
H00SIER BALLOON RACES
IN! "IAXAPoLIS. Ind, Aug C The
Citizen's 'las company, the concern
M !nc h supplies tills city with illumi
nating gas, will not furnish gas for
the national and International balloon
races scheduled for ih's city September
II and October 1:1, it was announced
Dorsey Forest, president of the gas
company, stated that his company was
unwilling to furnish even 1.000 cubic
f--et of gas for the purpose contemplat
ed under the present condition of fuel
shortage. He declared the use of coal
and oil for such a purpose would be
PREPARE TO ABOLISH
SIX ARMY DEPARTMENTS
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6 An order
abolishing the six departments of the
I a my and establishing nlm- corps ns
provided in lh army reorganization
acl has been pre pared in the war de
partment and awaiting the approval
of Secretary Baker.
The departments which would be
alollshed are the northeastern, Bos
ton. Major General KM wards com
manding, eastern. Governor's island.
New York. Major Geneial Dullard
commanding; central, Chicago .Ma.loi
General Leonard Wood commanding;
western San Francisco, Major Gen
eral Liggett commanding: southern,
Kc.it Sain Houston. Tex., Major Gen
eral pick man cpmmandlng and the
southeastern, Charleston, S. c Major
General Morrison commanding
BRITAIN FEARS PERIOD
Or IDLENESS IN WINTER
LONDON Aug G. iV.y Canadian
i'ress.) Premier Lloyd George stated
in th house of commons today thnt
tht government was expecting much
itui mployment during th coming win
i .Mid was considering precautionary
VID"OVl"S WEEDS, 11 VRS
BROl ..! i GIRL mi IK i I mi
(!: International m-. Service)
BROOKLYN "Panhandldlng" of a
fifteen-ye.ir-old girl attired In a Wid
ow's garb was the s'orv th.it came to
Ujrht in tre urookiyn Children's court
with the arraignment of Brolly Ships.
PJmily, who is large for her age.
; worked in a law office. She made
copies of divorce and separation de
Cl'( es i'.nd of a death certificate. Garb
ed jn black, she rode about the city
fot days in the elevated trains and
collected enough to live comfortably
L stories she told to trainmen
To one she said si was a divorcee,
S pportlng herself and a child; to nn
o;lie. th;it she was separated from her
husband. She told others she was
mourning the death of her child, hn.l
wandered away in grief and had no
money to get home. She showed the
bog-iK papers in each Instance. Justice
j Wilkin held her for investigation
SMALL! si B WiY u i k.iiv
POIND KSD BALI
KANSAS CITV What is believed
lO be the tiniest bit of humanity ever
to ee the lljsht of day Is making a
valiant flghl for life at the Veil Hos
The child, a boy and christened
"Baby Raymond" by the nurse, was
born with a tn'.il avoirdupois of ex
actly one pound and twelve ounces.!
The midget sleeps in an electrically
heated incubator, only being removed!
twice dully, when he fed. He Is j
normal in every respect, physicians
say, aside from being under weight."'
and has a ' fighting chance "
I A Message to Mothers
VOU know the real human doctor? rijfht around in your neighborhood !
I the doctors made of flesh and blood just like you ; the doctors with
souls and hearts : those men who aro responding to your call in the
dead of night as readily as in the broad daylight, they are ready
n v0U thc c'1 that Fletcher's Costoria has dono, is doing gnd
will do, from their experience and their love for children.
Fletcher's Castoria is nothing new. Wo are not asking you to
try an experiment. Wo just want to impress upon you the importance
ot buying Fletcher s.
Your physician will tell you this, as he knows there aro a num
ber of imitations cm tho market, and he is particularly interested in
the welfare of your baby.
t f Oenuine Cntorln alwnjc bear the plgnntnre of fCiC
I , 1
"Ally" Is the Kiddies Seaside Friend
WASHINGTON V stuffed, safe and sane, alligator is one big attraction to the kids at tho munici
pal bathing beach here. All day b ug "Ally" is beast o' burden to scores of little chaps and their sisters
Ho hasn't bopn known to object i the mauling they give him
Short Weight Found
in Berries, Butter
That berries and ranch butter have
been sold underweight on the Ogden
market was the discovery of John
Pelt, city Inspector of weights and
measures bureau, and J- P Nelson,
I op in dairy and food commissioner,
i R inch butter was found weighing
15 ounces, which was being sold for
a pound. i
Boxes containing berries were found
to contain less than 10H ounces, the
required woight, and dealers were or
dered to fill the boxes and Keep up to
the prescribed weigh.
Sugar containing some unknown
foreign substance that effervesces
u hen dropped In water, was run
jcross. Samples have been forwaided
i ir. J. M BIHott, city sanltarx ln
ipei t"i to W M Boydtn, state dairy
and food commissioner for analysis.
WiU Meet Sunday
Officers and dneetors of the Altriart
j society of Ogden are requested to meet
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
I rmersity club looms Plans for the
v inter work will be taken up at the
imeetlnc and thoroughly discussed
President Bob M:or and Lester 1 linch
irliffe will suggest several musical
j comedies for the winter work. One will
I be chosen ami the entire cast will be
selected for the production at the first
general meeting to be held in Septem
hi r nl i'ie officers and director?
of the society are requested to meet
( ROB TIC BURGLARS
KI I. TKST NO K1TY
(By ntoniatlonaJ Scwb Service
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Acrobatic
burglurs arc at work In Philadelphia
ro gol into the printing shop of Jo
seph Shapiro thleVU scaled the walls
of two adjoining buildings. walked
along a narrow ledge high above the
ground and forced I window. They
Chen carried good-sired afe from
the front to the 'ear of thc building
and tried to open it.
When found hours afterward the.
Hate as much the worse for wear, but
Pour bOYS, whose gymnastic prow-
bSS would Win them fame In 8 circus,,
walked over telephone wires suspend-1
ed thirty feet from the ground Into!
the third-story window of the Jew
elry stu'C of George Swift. While
sorting a collection of Jewelry they!
wi re arrested.
1SHIXGTON w I i w Is
B W 't LLL Li .l E Ml l
(B) International News Bervioe
WASHINGTON. D .--Washington
claims the only woman president of a.
baseball league. She Is Mrs. Lillian'
Nicholas, reputed to be a friend of
Children, and directs a baseball league i
composed of boys, organized at her In-i
Mrs, Nicholas' scheme Is proving a
.- ci . ii. ! -1m s;i id in lii- :i first
rjte baseball league president .She Is
.i native of Illinois, and always lias
been interested In sports. It la sa:d
h can keep a box score with the;
lest of the official scribblers.
MISS STIMSON IS
MADE A MAJOR
WASHINGTON Miss Julia Stlm
son, of this cit has been appointed
chief of tile Army nurae corps, iiDilt-r
the new army rc-orgnni7.at!on act Sh-
has the rank of major ;md this photo
graph snows her wearing the uniform
of her rank. She has been .in army
nurse some years and served overseas
S. C. Scotten. Large Operator
on Board of Trade. Heart
! CHICAGO. Aug 6. S. C Scotten. I
aged 68, said to 1-ave been the largest
beard of trade operator prior to t ho i
advent of James C. Pstten. the wheat (
I king, is dead at his homo here today
I of heart disease.
Mr. Scotten was a director of the
'Chicago. Burllnston & Quincy railroad
land o'hr-r companies.
He owned what was said to be the
tifih larRest art collection in America,
including several Rembrandt s. A p;irt
of his pictures were Insured for tl,-
Mr. Scotten was a former business
partner of John W. ("Eet a Million' )
Gates. Mr. Scotten was born in Bur
lington. Iowa. October 31, 1851
GOING TO CONVENTION.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N Meld departed
tod;iy for Minneapolis, where Mr
.Meld win attend the convention of the
supreme lodge of Knights of t'ytblas
Following the convention Mr. and
Mrs .Meid will visit with friends and
relatives. They expect to be gone
from Ogden about two months.
Mr and Mrs. Albert L. White, ac
companied by Mrs. White's mother.
Mrs W. H. Pldcock, and nephew, Mas I
ter Donald Pldcock, have returned to I
Ogden after an extended visit to Call
fornla, where thev visited relatives and
Mr. and Mrs Albert Erlckson and
Dr. Paine and family have returned !
from a trip to Yellowstone park. The
party was gone about two weeks.
EN ROUTE TO NEW YORK
Mr and Mrs Stuart Kohn of New I
York City are Ocden gnbsts for a iw
days. Mr and Mrs. Kolin returned
from Los Angeles, where they visited
Mr Kohn's brother, Phil A. Kohn.
They are en route to their home in I
New York and will leave Saturday for'
LEAVE FOR THE EAST
Miss Frances Burroughs, accompa
nied by her sister. Hattle, am BflSfl
Margaret Burroufrhs of Salt Lake, Mrs.
Henry Rav of Frankfort, Ky., and Mrs.
L Boyle of Ogden, departed during the j
early part of tho week for the east I
where they will visit for a nionili.)
combining business and pleasure.
City to Care for
Graves of Veterans
Ogden city will clean up the burial
lots of Civil wur veterans in the city!
emetery. plant gnuss and keep them
In good one It Ion. This was the de
cision reached bv the city commis
sioners tbifi morning In response to a
I --t It Ion from Officers Of the local Dlx
Lugan post G. A. R.
The pitltlon was signed by A. Van'
Putten. committeeman, John N. Wcs- '
ten, commander, and others.
The Stupendous Musical
CAST OF 100
Prices, $1.00, 75c, 50c
No Decrease Recorded
in Ogden Flour Prices
Although reports front Salt Lake
have be4ri received here to the effect
that flour has dropped 50 cents per,
hundred, the wholesale price being'
60 pei hundred pounds, this pro
duct will not drop In Ogden until the
new wheat crop Is ready, according
ic local flour and grain dealer to
day. Regarding the situation, a local
grocer stated that It was a case of
gralnmen taking advantage of In
creases, but stalling at the idea of
meeting th Increase in price.
Tho flour market Is reported to be
Shaky and indications are lhat flour,
together with other foodstuff, are
due for a big drop, It Is reported
New potatoes were offered for sale
today at five pounds tor a quarter,
with a lower price where spuds were
purchased in larger lots.
' . OO
Negro Fined When
He Betrays Trust
Wiliord Carter colored. 1 'J years
old. was fined $30 or the equivalent In
th city court this morning follow
ing his plea of guilty to a charge of
pi tit larc-eny. He was charged with
having stolen a safety razor and a
fountain pen belonging to C ES. Green
Green, it Is suld. bud allowed Tarter
to sleep In his room and upon urls
lug In the morning, he found that
Carter, his fountain pen, and his safe
ty razor had disappeared.
Carter claimed to br an employe of
the Oregon Short Line rail road
John Ferguson, Jr. Injured Tuesduv
night when the motorcycle he was
ridlnc collided with a horse and
buggy, has not yet regained conscious
ness and Is weakening, according to
Information given out at the' Dee hos
pital IIiIk afternoon.
Ferguson sustained a fractured skull
and a broken leg
It Is reported that the man rubs his
hand across his breast continually,
and it Is thought that several of his
ribs may be broken
Julia Uavis, the girl In the accident,
has nearly recovered from her In
juries, which were not serious.
$1,500 PER QUART, SIGHT
UNSEEN ALL A MISTAKE
(By International Newi Service.)
EVANSV1LLB, Ind Whisper It!
Whiskey at $1,500 a quart! That's
the price an Evansville man paid for
two pints of the precious stuff, and
sight unseen at that. He didn't In
tend to, however He thought he was
buying a barrel of real fluid when he
paid over the cash The victim Is a
former saloon keeper who runs a soft
drink establishment and says he isn't
averse to doing a little boot legRlng
now and then at a profit. The other
day, when a barber friend tipped him
to a good "buy," he seized upon an
opportunity to treble his money. But
when he got the barrel down to his
near-booze bazaar a quart was all
ho could drain from the cask. In
vestigation showed the rest was
water. A patent bunghole was the
solution of the puzzle. Anyway, he
admits the sample was excellent.
"SAY, IAN Vol SEE?"
(Bj Interna clonal News Service
I KTK ' I T, A wl- n v miniature
statue of the Goddess of Liberty Is
said to havo been the weapon used
by Henry Buckley, fifty-eight, who
struck his wife. Curie, over the head
with It to Bettle an argument.
Henry was charged with felonious
assault, while his wife was taken to
a hospital where her wounds, which
did net prove to be serious, were
WOUKMI.N TO DRILL.
BL'TTE, Mont . July 31. The an
nual drill contest uf the Woodmen of
the World drill team of the 1'aclflc
Jurisdiction will be held In Butte next
e.u Butte whs assured the honor of
acting as host to the contest when tho
local team at the recent meeting 'n
San Francisco won first place In the
contest and temporary possession of
the trophj cup which had been held
by Golden Gate teams for ten years.
HE TOOK THE JOB
M THEN 111 CRIED
(By International News Service.)
HAMMOND, $nd When two suave.
Well dressed stranKors buttonholed Jo-
Bcph ECUbackl, ol Indiana Harbor, with
the announcement that they were
looking for a cood, reliable man to
distribute a $10,000 charity fund, Jo
seph gladly took the Job. He wasn't
working anvvvuv Depositing $700
rnsh bond, lie tok tho Htrangors
"roll," but when In, got home three
one-dollar bills wrapped around a w ad
I papei was all that was left of the
Canada's fisheries last year yielded
a conimerrin I levonue of mere than
ORPHEUM M m, I I
Wednesday J iV fij Famous P
August 11 jF L lii All-Star f
The prize comedy fwt?' Cast E
of the year i.'' J Mf f
(Not a picture) J f
mlaT st.eon I
s!riy frm I
Success LEGUERE LiTTTTTLv 'n,9r-cw York
BILLY and Chicago runs
; SEATS NOW ON SALE
i Prices, $2.50, $2.00, $1.00 and 75c j
FOR WORLD SERIES
CI K EI, AND. O, Aug 6
With 'lev eland leading the Amer
ican league by five games, al
though the pennant race is by no
mrans decided the Cleveland fans,
In anticipating of winning the
flag: today awarded a contract
and 3('ured a permit to construct
a press box to seat BOO newspaper
eorrespondeni ind telegraph op
erators at the world's serlp?. Work
will begin August 16
BABE RUTH HITS
OUT HIS FORTIETH
HOMER OF YEAR
DETROIT, Mich, Aug 6.
nabe" Ruth hit his fortieth home
run of 'he year in the third in
ning of the New York Detroit
American league game today
He made his forty-first run in
the .sixth with two men on bases.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 6 Major
GeneVal Frank Mclntyre has been re
, ppolnted chief of Snsulai affairs. It
w.i announced today by tho war de
L'.i ri niont
More Real Pleasure
Can be had for a half a dollar at
I lav's New Svriinmlng Tool than any
whete else on earth. Its Just fin
ished, chady. pleasant and clean as a
new pin The floats swings and
vprlngbeard are Just the way you
like "em The water pure enouch
to drink and Just the right tempera
ture for a pleasure bath, and the
dressing rooms commodious Tr it
once and' you'll have the habit.
For Subscription and Advertlalng
Department, Call Phone No. 56
Goes East. J h F. Last of Last
& Thomas has left for the east on a
buying trip for his firm. He expects
to be gone about two weeks.
Phot;c 602 for messenger.
Married, Charles smith and j.
Rudd. both of Ogden, were married
at the county courthouse yesterday b)
Hlehop O. M. Sanderson
Articles Filed Articles of incorpo
ration were filed with the secretary of
state yesterday by the Worman Thea
ter Supply company of Ogden The
authorized capital stock of the com
pany is $30 000 in $1 shares II E
Skinner is president, A. L, Oiasmann, I
vice president, and W G Womian, i
secretary and treasurer
For Kent In I tcden canyon, a four 1
itom summer cabin, i'hone 1642. I
lor Operation Alexander Wright it
of Coalville, an invalid for two years
has been brought to Ogden for an op-1
eratlon, which In friends hope will
bring relief to his suffering.
For electric wiring and repairs, csjl
phones 2051 J and 1233-M. 4115
Want Freight Permit The Bngham
City Motor & Transportation Service
Of 1 tilen ha- applied to the public
utilities commission to operate a
freight and express service between ,
Brlgham City : nd ogden.
Oguen Typewriter House tor type
writers ami repairs, 2422 Hudson Av?(
Fined $5 James A. Gross, charged
with violating a traffic ordinance by j
having but one number plate on his J
automobile, pleaded guilty before
Judge D R Roberts of the city court
this morninK 11 was fined $5. n 1
Tourists Here Sixty-five tourists e'n
route to Yellowstone national park
from thc east were Ogden visitors yes
ter day for more than six hours Thev j
visited th wells and the Hermitage I
canyon before departing for
Touring Purty. One hundred and !
thirty tourists will arrive In Ogden ;
i Monday afternoon from the east en I
j route to Yellowstone National parte
; according to railroad officials. It will !
be the ninth weekly tour of the Chi
I ago Northw, stern lines and the I n.
n Pacific system They will be erff
tertulned at The Hermitage In Ogden
j canyon before departing for the north.
Take , Trip Mrs Frd Possner de
pa'rted yesterday for th Brown ranch
in Cache valley, where she will spend
several days visiting.
Bd Route to Demer Fran Rath,
well-known pianist of Denver, was an jH
(igden visitor last night en route to rH
Denver. Kath has many friends here lf
He Is at present thc organist and pian- H
1st at a Denver theatre. H
Reports on Fees Fees collected by
the couutv recorder during July
j amounted to $448.35, according to re
I port filed with the county clerk to-
Posts Bail John T. Rock, Jr , bound
over for trial to iho district court on a,
charge of uttering a worthless check,
posted 500 cash ball with the sheriff
BBterday and wai released -
Call and See Me for Your
Lowest Prices Consistent With
"428 Hudson Phone 792-M
FRUIT JUICES Ilfc. I
Healthful, Del icious, Refreshing p HL
Bl Can fruit J lce In KERR Mmon Jars- BHsV
gratia jijlro, cherry Juice, bla.kberrv Juice. K9m
Mrawberry Juice, plum j-mr -mi k'nJs 0f rfjZy
HH 1 ' l'"'-- ti m,Ki:, w l.on vreather
SJBJB is moro favorablo and eugur chqapjr for
"wm r-fr.-ah ns rlr'nKj - for eh . r
JBB lo creams, puddings, etc KKRK --!