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WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, 1920.
Slip itan&arb-iExamitter I
LAST TIME TODAY
ALL ?TAIl CAST
Will Be Offered
I INDIAN REQUESTS
POLICE TO HELP
Mody Wawk, full blooded Wur
hnkle Midian. drsicd In Mtie
Jrjins. flannel shirt, neckerchief,
and snake si; In bedecked som
brero, called ,it the p. dice station
i sterday to find "Johnson" who
seemed to hr- g prospective, pur
chaser of Indian lands
Mody did lif t knmv Johnson's
first name, nor his ettdreaSi A
friend In Ppcatello had Informed
him Johnson waa In Ogden, and
Mody, after some difficulty made
his wants known to the police.
"Johnson, him much Rood man
live here old All-a-tlnie long
time ha f Klass eye."'
He nlso eoneed the Impres
sion that Johnson had offered
htm $50 for certain land, the In
dian could no: make clear whe
ther the value of the land wns $50
per aer or &0 for nn entire tr.ct
Although Dask Serjeant Bar
low Wilson. Jailer ScoUy Rnnkln
and oiiur tried to locate a man
namd Johnson who was in the
mrirket for Indian lands, their ef
forts were not successful.
I Will Rogers Ropes Top
I Off Flivver in 'Cupid the
I Cowpuncber at Ogden
How would you like to he drtvlqg a
I'ord nt f. lively clip nlong a country
rod when suddenly a laiuo hurlled
out and nipped the canopy top right
off your car?
'I hln unheppy egpertenpe happened
la Lloyd Whltlock h0 plays ir. Le
jc;. Simpson In vupid the Cpw-
punchiT. the new Ooldwyn picture
taVting Will Rogejri which comes to
the Ogata theatre for three days, oom
i nbr was the top of 1 he oar
V ked otf by the larlnt in the hanfls
H j 'f r. Iut thr had forgotten toi
, take the gloss out of the windshield. I
The lucklesa Whltlock found hlmselr
H i rrouchlns on the floor of the car, glass
j flying round him, the canopy top fall -
j ntr over him However, he came out
J unscratrhed, and the next time they
I a took thf Mans without uslnir any gloss
I "I wouldn't do a scene like that If
It nas anybody bur Will Hopers doing
i tr-.e roping' says Whltlock.
I I oo .
113TH WARD TO
Th spirit of the Mardt Graa,
J somwhat confined, will rule at the
i carnival to b given under the
I direction of the Thirteenth ward
i uutuals at Tiventy-third street and
j Jnekson avenue this evening.
j Spread around the ward square
, 1 1 Kr hoe:)n ,:nd Virions nrtrac
Lions In connection Sith rbe ral
ly, i 'o 7ii unity Servic lii ,r will
Ink pari and direct a community
WU A pile of logs, gathered by the
Boy Scouts, will be used to make
fl a huge bonfire.
Firemen will be on hand to re
mm move any possible danger from
WM The events will get underway
about S 15 p. m Officers of the
fl mutual promise this rally lo sur-
pass their Initial venture.
N UTAH REPUBLICANS TO HOLD STATE
CONVENTION TOMORROW; WATTIS AND
ODELL FAVORITES FOR NOMINATION
With William i I . Wttls of Ogden
I George T. Odell of Salt Iake held
as favorites for the nomination by the
Republican for governor of T'tah. to
morrow's convention In Salt Lake
promises to be the scene of a great
struggle Beside these two men there
arc thirteen other candidate who ap
pifir confident on the eve of the con
vention, but It is predicted that the
! fight will soon center on Mr. Wattls
nd Mr. i iclell and one or two others
The Weber county delegation will
go to tomorrow s session Instructed to
ju man lo do battle fo: Nir Wattls.
I he Ogdetl candidate is BlSO expected
to receive a goodly share of the Salt
!.ake vote. Wattls supporters also
have claims to various counties, be
sides ot,her counties who are expected
to vote for their favorites once and
1 1 Li n swing lo Mr Wnttis instead of
sTlt(, ORG VM7 1 l
One argument used last night In the
Watti headquarters wns that their
Udate Is in the First congressional
liiistrlct and odeli Is in the Second, I
'-.i.lle most of tne outside counties arel
iijIso Included With gdcn In the First.
This, they claim. gles them a hold
I which the Salt Lake man cannot ob
t I ii
Hoth Mr. Wattls and Mr Odell have
good organizations which have work
ed t'.ie state constantly from end to
.'I .no each has a goodly arru of
'iiipporters who predict nomination of
! their candidate early in the day.
Mr. Orfp,! hap in:-.fle n good showing
in Salt lake county, tecelvlng about
three-fourths of the pledged otes.
I with a good running chance for others
not pledged. His supporters -ilso claim
On the other hand. It Is not at all
j lir.posjr.de that neither of these can
Idldatei will bo nominated. Km h htis
' i strong al)f;rimerit of deif gates, injt
neither is altogethei cimfortable. Each
inust count on tiie good graces of the
loountry delegates and also on the
many in Salt lake county who are not
trrixed. This condition lends lnsplra-
Jon to the other candidates. They
argue that the contest between Wattls
iind Odell has been so bitter that
jliiher will throw his entire support to
itii ost any dark hOrge cnndliate
j.ather than sep. the other nominated.
(J'ist who Is likely to be the datk horse
in such a predicament Is next to ho
I HER ( IVDIDA1 ES
Carl A. Badger says he is very much
pleased with the outlook. Charles R.
Mabey hus not been conspicuous In
'.-.lit Like lately, and eeome content to
let the delegates have their own way.
yV, X. Williams entered the race late
as a dark horse, nnd he .-ecms unite
(content to remain in that light until
fie opportune time.
L. R Andeison of Mantl is In Salt
L;'ke and it is Intimated thut he may
withdraw from the i ace for governor ;
land become a candidate for one of
1th other places on the ticket. Iver
.J... of Tooele already has withdrawn
his name, Nephl L. .Morris. W Mont
Ferry; W. E. Kydalgh and t'harlr-s S.
ringe of Salt lvikc have put up no
fight for the nomination, apparently,
iut they have not wltlnlmwn and are
candidates that must be r.vkoncd
J, W. Thornley of Knyavil'.r, Teter
v iegg of Tooele. J. M Peterson of
ttichfleld and Stephen L Chlpman of
nierlcan Fork ulso at v avowed cun
itdates anrl It Is difficult to estimate
tlult strength. in addition to their
Ins of attach in the outside counties
.ich has a host of friends in Salt Luke
nd. If Odell fails to gel the nomina
tion, niny draw a large number of
URGES PIE II
Commissioner Flygare Be
lieves Citizens Should Keep
Rubbish Off Lawns
Solution to the problem of keeping
city parks and city lawns clean and
free trom rubbish and paper which al
ways come ai :i tenult of crowds. Is
jought by City Oojrfunissioner t'hrls
:'-are. who Is proposing a system
'in ue In Bobenectady, New York.
V hi r,. clt parlu a,re alwayi kept clean
through pride of ownership which the
public takes and promotes-
Mr. hMygare got his Idea through an
I irticle In the '"American City," a mag
slne devoted to dvlc Improvement.
Through the pet System the ieople of
;'i- city '.ill In educated through prop
aganda which Heeka to promote cl !c
pride and gain SPPreClatlOn Of the fact
of ownership. The people nre shown
Ihst the parks belong to them and
they should take the same pride in
keeping them clean and beautiful aa
tht ) !o in their own homes and lawns, j
The article which gives the story
of Schnertad and It system follows:
M 1 ii s,.N-
"llanj cities have Wished that thelr(
patks might be free from "Keep ffi
thv Grass" signs. In the parks of
BoheaeCtady there are no signs except'
to direct traffic. The services of po
licemen arc not required to keep the
crowds In order, the crowds take care
of themselves. This condition is due'
to the schooling of the public in the I
feet that they, the people, own the
parks, and that their money has built
mid maintains the entire system. Thel
civic lesson has been well 1 arned
"If the people prefer to sit or walk)
on the grass they are never stopped.'
Otns can be grown cheaper than good I
wli can b developed. Appreciating!
the fact of ownership, the people dol
no steal or destro the lowers norj
Injure the trees. Vandalism is un-
known. Pnpers are not strewn on the
Utvni nor thrown Indiscriminately I
about the parks, but sre placed In the'
receptacles provided IMcnte parties)
throw their refuse in the cans located
In the picnic groves. The people arel
given the liberty of the parks, and
they know how to combine that liberty
"Schenectady is said to be the first
e:ty In America to Introduce commu
nity singing and dancing on the pave
ment as a municipal project, carried
en by the park bureau. In the con
gested sections of the city thl has
proved to be a moat popular and sue-'
Oeesful form of entertainment Entire
i'' Ighborhoods turn out to enjoy the'
affairs. Neighbors meet one another
the same status and become better
i. nualnted. Through the medium of
' ese dances friendly relations are es
tablished between people who In no
other manner would hae htronm ac- j
Harry Carey in "Human
Stuff" and Jack Dempsey in i
'Daredevil Jack," at the Cozy
today anl tomorrow.
delegates from this city Sylvester Q.
tinnon, who has Served Salt Lake a
long time as engineer, has a reputation
for building roads and that Is a sub
ject that is receiving much attention
WXTTIS FIF-ADOI' RTf7RS.
Mr Wnttls and his supporters have
had headrjus rters In the Kenyon hotel
for more than S week and have been
, r rtematlcally working the entire state
I Mr. dell opened headquarters In the
4 ullen hotel only a few days ago. but
(hls headquarters have been in Salt
I-ake and his campaign work has been
directed from here for several months.
Mr. Williams yesterday opened his
headquarters on the third floor of the
I ullen hotel snd this morning Mr.
Badger will open headquarters In the
"ulen hotel In a suite adjoining that
Of Mi. I dell.
Several of the other candidates were
In Salt Lake last night, and It is ex
pi cted thot headquarters win be open
ed by other today . although some de
cline to put up such a show of battle
I K. HT STILL oPEir.
Despite the hard fighting, careful
campaigning and diligent work for the
different candidates, the race this
morning does not belong to any man
ni n oun of men The rl.ilnis nre ren -
sonable and logical, but they are not
Substantial Beports from outlying
counties are confusing and Jlsconcert
Inp. According to present Indications,
t'lere will be no cut -and-dned affair
In the Salt Lake theatre tomorrow
morning, Everybody in the race still
i.as a good chance.
But ilttlc- has been said of olher po
sitions on the i'ite ticket and the
fact that presidential electors are to
be nominated seems to have escaped
notice There seems to be plenty of
blank places on the ticket, and these
moj" he utilized for the fourteen can
didates for the nomination for gov
ernor who do not t ike first money.
The program In the theairo tomor
row morning will begin at 9 45 o'clock
n lh a motion picture depleting the
early life of Senntor Mardhjg Hold's
band will furnish music while the con
vention Is assembling and, when the
delegates are In place, the Fred C
Oraham quintet will sing "The Star
Spangled Banner." The Invocation
h.I! Ie offered by the Very Rev. V W.
Fleetwood and then the fall for the
convention Will be read by C. LnMar
W Unn Qprnlnrv rf thi f " cnntihrn
LIVINGSTON TO TALK.
Henry Welsh stale chairman of the
Republican committee w ill give an ad
(irCM of welcome nnd then will intro
duce the temporary chairman, V. D.
Livingston, who will gie the principal
address of the day.
Committees on credentials), perma
Itl nt organisation and order of busl
ners. and platform then will be ap
piointOd, .following w hich there will be
recess After luncheon '.here will
bo reports of the committees, following
which the nomination of candidates
will he la order. Some have predicted
that by the time the 'iiteen nominat
ing speeches have been made and each
candidate has been properly seconded
bv other addresses, then- will be no
time for nominating the candidates for
offices other than that of governor.
(Without considering taking time to bal
lot on anybody.
i An Interesting convontlon Is prom
ised and there seems to be sufficient
fighting material on hand to last sev-j
oral days. The expectations of some!
thut the work will be concluded by s
o'clock tomorrow night are considered
to bp decidedly optimistic and rooms
I Vs been engaged by the virltlng del
egates for several days.
C. i DISTRICT
j DIRECTOR HERt
Ray F. Carter of Seattle Well
Pleased With Results of
Ray K. Carter. In charge of the
! Community Service work for all west
ern states, arrived In Ogden today to
confer with H ft Arbury and Hay
Muri lson With regard to the Ogden i
(brunch and the work being, accom
plished here. Mr. Carter has headyuar- !
ters at Seattle. Ourlng his st.iy In Ltah
he will confer with all community ser
vice officers before departing for the
LIKES LOC AL INTEREST,
"I am greatly pleased with Ogden
and the wonderful conditions which ex
ist.' said Mr. Carter, "and from all
indications this clt will be pushed to'
the fore in the various branches of J
Community Service. I have heen as
sociated With Community Service n-i.r.
In the .Northwest for a number of
years and 1 don't know of a more
prominent field for Community Ser
vice work in the I'nlted States than
in Ogden. The people of Ogden seem
to be greatly Interested In Community
work, and unless the ugforeseen hap
pens, f look for Ogden to come rapid
ly to the fore in this work."
Plans for the 1920-21 season for
Community Service In Ogden will be
completed before Mr. Carter departs
for his headquarter, and the men la
charge state that several surprises are
In store for music lovers and lovers
of Community Service work.
AUBIX XL DELAY! i
Miss Roie Itieman. of Seattle, a uni
versity graduate, will rot arrive In
Ogden until September 5, acordm;
to Mr. Carter. She succeeds Miss Jose
phine Randall, who had charge of the
women's work here during the sum
mer Miss Rlenian will feature in
physical culture work, drama and
At the present time Miss Rleman
Is In charge of a large Olrls Camp In
Washington. Miss Randall, formerly
In charge, resigned to enter the Com
munity Service school at Chicago.
NEW sum. LEAD r;
Roy B. McCarthy, of Oakland. Cel..
song leader, arrived in Ogden today
and will be stationed at Oarfield, ac
cording to local officials. McCarthy
will have charge of a Community sing
at Rrlgham City this evening. Miss
Sherma Henderehot and Miss Mattle
Stone will entertain at Brlgham City I
this evening b story telling
At the Thirteenth ward this evening1
the Morrison's will have charge of a
Ceasm unity Service sing, one of the
first for the ward. Other features will
be on the Thirteenth ward program.
The third public Community Blng
will be held at City hall park Satur
day evening, at 7:30 o'clock, accord
ing to Harry Murrtson. song leader.
About 2ono foreign language news
lpera and periodicals In 43 languages
-nd dialects ar published In the l nit-1
Supt. Hopkins Calls Members
of Local Staff to Meet
Sept. 10 and 11
Institute for teachers of the Ogden
public school will be held Friday and I
Saturday. September 10 and 11. at the i
Central Junior High school building
This Information Is contained In com
munications mailed tr. local teachers
by Supt. Y. Karl Hopkins
The superintendent says:
"The Ogden city schools will re-open
for regular work Monday. September
13. 1920. Our opening Institute, how
ever, will be hld on Friday and Sat
urday, September 10 and 11. at the
Central Junior High school building,
beginning at nine o'clock Friday mnrn-j
lng An excellent program has been
prepared -md it is expected that every I
teacher wil) be present.
"Hoping to see you upon the above)
mentioned date, living lip to the old (
adage, "Well begun Is half done." 1
"Very truly yours,
"YV. KARL HOPKINS, I
Ogden Man Obtains
Writ of Mandate
J. J Rugger, of Ogden. appeared In
Salt Lake yesterday and obtained an
alternate writ of mandate addrecse.l
to District Judge A, V. Agee from
the supreme court of the slate. The
Case Is brought In the effort to compel :
the dlStict court Judge to order H M. I
Barrows and Klirnbeth Barrows Into
"ourt to answer as to property ownc.i
by them within the Jurisdiction of the
district court. Judge Ajree lias the al-1
tsrhatlvs of granting the order asked 1
by October 1 1. or of appearing to show !
cause before the supreme court.
Bugger obtained a judgment, accord
ing to the papers on file, against the
Harrows. Dec. 21, 191S. for $ 4 7 S 7 "
and $1 2 20 costs. Execution was made !
by the sheriff a year lat er, bv ' . i P
iwvic iciuiiicu iiiisausi ien. Mugger . i
then filed affidavit with the district!
court. through his attorney, Cris
Mathlson. aspertlng that on Informa- I
tion and belief the Barrows bad
property In the Jurisdiction of the'
court, unci asking for an order to!
them to appear. This Judge l -. . ,. .
fused to do, on the ground 'hat the
law requires hat the probe ide posses-j
slon of . ; . must be prov. I to the
satisfaction of the court and that an I
affidavit on information and belief Is
Former Newspaper j
Man Returns Here I
W r. I lean, former I gden newspa- I
per man, but now on the Kam is CI1 h
Journal. Is back home for a few da M
having ben called here on account oflH
the death of his brother Bert. ''.
Kansas City is a fine business town: I
md a mighty good place to I re In H
but my greatest lon is for old Qgden B
with Its wonderful climate, its moun- B
tains and the finest water in the world g
The people here do not fully apple- B
late the beauties of this city ah d wli:,'B
not until thev live In some eastern H
or mid-western state for a few years.
Mv Work has taken me si ovfr the I
tastern pari of the countrj during the
jasl two years m.i I have had ample
opportunity io study other cit.'-s and EtJ
their resources and I consider Ogden IB
the beet bet yet. Some day I'll ,,rH
back here." Z
Three Ogden Youths
Enter Naval Forces
Thrrc voung tr.cn dc.s.rous of a (
life were accepted today!
by the " gden naval recruiting sta-'
tlon the trio being V. A Sherman of
01 Grant avenue, an arm: veteran
of oversea service, who enlisted as
hospital apprentic e, .w, ..;,, class. I
fol two ear l;rm; Frank Cowlishaw. !
lilt l I L
Wardlev 200t" W ashington avenue, I
both of whom went In on three yeari
enlistments as apprentice seamen for
mining as electricians Sherman I
go to Goat Island and the others to
Mare Island. Csl.
i new regulations, b..' - ..f sevei
te. n are now given the .-arm oppor
tunity of ohoosing any of the trade
schooli li boj of elghtet The I 1
mer. however, must have th
of parents or guardian for enlistment. I
Ogden Boy Visiting
Here on Vacation I
M R Bowei win. for the past te i KB
years h-i Keen in the east attend- H
insr school Is vlsltlag his parenti v Wn
and Mrs E L Howt H
Mr. Howes during the summer has Hj
charge f a touring party of the R . j3
nionii A Phltcornb agency of Boston M
lie hn been wth i Boston t'.ir'v t,.ur- IB
imc the Canadian Rockies, Olacier Bi
rTellowstone park and other - mM
points In the west. F. . ,
He expects tO i cn... KM
Ogden Soldier's Body 1
to Arrive Here Friday I
The t,od;. of Ralph n Rail, Ogden H
soldier, who Liverpool. Eng.
In the fall of will arrive in g- H
den Fridi It will be tal.en in charge
by I r - A Son. Wi
Mr Hall wis ihe son of Mr snd
Mrs Henrv C. Hall of i tfrden. who, I
with the widow, formerly Mias Grace I
, Evans, and two children survive.
Kunrel-i SsrvleOS Will bt H
( da at I-atktn soi in
glon rt am jiallbearrs a firing H
I squad will also be furnlshi f
MNMs HI PORT
to ial. 5,00; Increase 1.414. or 31 ; H
7,:T4. or If 7 per cent
or 95 7 per .ret efl
oeai j ggg
I A LHAMBR 4 j
l UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE g
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LAST TIMES TODAY
I ENID BENNETT I I
In Her Greatest Success
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Jesse. lay m, Cea. I H
ETHEL ,0 1 I
Lured by the land of the joss and mandarin, she sailed as the aide of a Yankee M I J
"collector of art." Then
See her captured and carried off by a gang of brawling sailor?
See the blood-stirring fistic battle for this girl as the winner's prize. j
See the opin- higglers' intrigues in the underworld channels of Shanghai. ! Kf
See a " viln a hundred thrills, and strange scenes actually taken U BI
in 'V ihc Orient." aflrS
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