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VVEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER
m . R. H. RATES TO
i I Increase in Freight and Pas-
I senger Schedules Effective
I at Midnight
I Increases In freight and passenger
raten on all lines In the Unhed Slates
I will take effect at midnight tonight
t according to Thompson Corn, general
I passenger agent at the union depot.
I The passenger increases will total 20
I per cent over the rates which will go
I out of existence this evening, while
J the freight rates are Increased from 23
C j to 40 per cent in various parts of the
I United States Tickets purchased to-
k . 1 day and used today on any line will
j ! be honored by passengers under the
r t old rate providing the passenger makes
I Hp through trip without Btopovere. If
I stopovers are made the additional
j Charge from the point of stopover to
the end of the passenger s Journe will
t ! be added,
jj Hundreds of tourists have made in-
' IH onirics regarding the new rates at i be
H union depot while practically every
gLgH business man in the city has asked for
w! information on the rate increases for
j Freight rates will be advanced 25 per ,
. if) cent from points west of Cheyenne,
Wyo , to the Pacific coast it is said, i
jrg7 while the rater from Chicago to Che j
'L enne will carry an increase of 35 peri
fl iW cent nnd freight from ihe Atlantic!
fil; coast to Chicago will administer an!
Bp increase of 40 per cent. Freight ship- j
rfB ped from one zone to another will be,
I t increased 33 18 per cent,
f t While these rates become effective!
f . j tomorrow the Interstate rates will not
t T fK become effective until September 1.
I .. according to railroad officials. The
WT public utilities commission at its hear-
y ing yesterday granted intrastate in-1
L creases on all freight with the ex-J
ceptlon of coal and ore", to take effect
imjtm , - with one day's notice 1 he r::t I t
rjHr ' the slate howev er, will not take effec t
9 tintil September 1 If the present plans
I of the railroads mature
ETHEL CUM IS
1 . HIRE-UK
China Is Scene of Exciting Pic
ture Adapted From a Sam
uel Merwin Story
Ethel Claytons latest photoplay,1
"Crooked Streets." will be the attrac
tion at the Aihambra Theatre Thurs-j
day Friday and Saturday. It Is an ad-
V venture-romance from an original j
i - story o Samuel M'-rwin.
Miss Clayton baa the role of Gall
Ellis, who, answering an advertise-,
ment. becomes secretary to an antl-l
quartan on a trip to China in search'
of rare ases. In Shanghai Gall be-i
comes susilclous that h-r employer 3
errand is not an honest one Ventur
Ing alone into the native section of the'
city, she Is Involved In a brawl be-!
tween some Chinamen and roistering'
French sailors on leave. An Irish ad-!
venturer named O'Dare rescues her I
with difficulty, but the adventure is.
not half so startling as the one which
follows Suffice It to say that thoj
picture ends happily for Gall and her,
An excellent case. Including Jack
Holt and Clyde Fillmore supports!
Miss Claton In "Crooked Streets.
I'aul Powell, who recently directed!
Mary Plckford in "Pollyanna," was;
the director. The picture Is a Paramount-Arte
Jfi Curt Allison Back
mk From Wyoming Trip
Wa isi1.1' "Curt" Allison, under sheriff for Y e- 1
' . ber county, assumed his duties this!
J morning after a two weeks' vacaton
1 During his holiday period Mr. Allison
I started n trip for Star valley, Wyom-j
fl ing, but was compelled to return quick-1
E ly due to illness of one of the party I
He necessarily was compelled to post-
jf I pono his fishing trip, but found good
jj grou?e hunting in the northern section
gjE of the state
To Carl C and Petla Miller Lund,
!.fj 25 7 Twenty-first street, a girl
i To Jesse Joseph and Lillie Obern
im McQueen, 1 1 4 1 Twenty-third street, a
I To M.-.tthew A. and Ailco Wllllam-
1 son Gait. 3276 Grant avenue, a girl.
yfl ! The United States trained 16.0001
, air pilots during the war.
WITH IBIE KNIFE
Rocco Brossis Gets Fine in City
Court Charged With Be
Rocco Bross's. alleged to have in
timidated his family by chasing them
with R butcher knife last night ap
p tred" before Judge D R. Roberts this
I morning on a rharge of drunkenness
1 1 1 l( aded gulltv and Judge Roberts
fined him $50 or the equivalent.
Mrs I-oulse Brossis. wife of thf de
fendant und Rose Brossis, lo year old
daughter of the defendant, appeared
'against him. testifying that drunk or
po'br-r Broils made life miserable for
Brossis, when asked what he had
b 1 .irlnklng said "I dunno ma be
i had wine. Maybe 1 was drunk a
1 Rose! handsome plrl. said her father
(often beat her mother as well as her
self and her two younger sisters. Rros
Ists, who did not thoroughly under
stand English, innde -ecullar anaHor.
i to the Judge's questions
Will you Lei liquor alone In the fu
Iture'"' Judge Roberts asked "No,"
: Brosls said, as his fa S lightened with
a grin ' Have you ever been In OOUrl
I before?" the Judgo asked Here Mrs.
1 r bsIb Interrupted and said 'No be
e h hai JOOd wife. I am a good
woman and have washed clothes to
buy mj own clothes a touching Uttie
family quarrel, regarding what hap
pen) d to Brossis' nay check followed
which irftS terminated by Judge
Following the passing of the sen
tence. Mrs BrosslR .stated she would
not pay $60, that It was too much, ho
that Broils unless he has available
money may have to remain In Jail.
Claims Taxi Fare Too
High; Driver Arrested
For charging Mis' Llla Van Kirk
$2 BO fur a taxi trip from the Arling
ton hotel to the I'nlon Station. John
boc Lee. a taxi driver, appeared be-
I fore the city court this morning
' charged with demanding access fare
Miss Van Kirk, a lecturer, rode to
I the depot Her luggage, a pet dojr.
and herself occupied the automobile
, The taxi driver stated the price of the
J ride upon arriving at the depot and
Miss Van Kirk demurred at paying
I a fare she thought exorbitant The
driver then threatened to seize her
luggage and turn her over to an of-
fleer Miss Van Kirk had him ar
Lee pleaded not guilty bt-fore Judge
' Robert.-; In th.- Clt) ."irt this morn
I Ing. His case was set for trial Satur
l day morning
Miss Van Kirk, who was formerly
I an attache of tho Italian Intelligence
department during the lato war. stated
I that the affair was a pur case of
thlever) and that she did not proposo
to being robbed In any such manner.
Scout Troop 23 to
Be Divided Tonight
Troop 23 of the Ogdcn Boy Scouts
will be divided Into two sections, due
to the Increase in the enrollment, this
evening according to Information glv
1 en out today by Scout Executive G. A.
George Brgstrom. Scoutmaslet. will
head section A. and Herman Koldewyn
will be In charge of section B A water
1 melon burst and ot h?r features will be
on the program, following the official
! transfer of the boys this evening
Scouts to Attend
Safety First Meet
Ten Boy Scouts, representatives of
the various scout organizations in
Utah, will attend the National Safety
Flrt convention, to be held at either
Chicago or Cleveland next month, ac
cording to information given out to
day b Scout-Executive G A Goatos.
The meeting Is an annus I one and
concerns safety first movements
throughout the United States, which
have been introduced into this during
the past few years. At least two repre
sentatives of Ogden will attend, it Is
Charley Sloen and
Nurse Enter Pleas
Charle Sloen, "Mayor of China
town.'' and Jane Doe said to be th
servant of Sloen s appeared before
I lg- D R Roberts this morning and
ntered pleas of not guilty on a statu
The cases were set for August 3.
Sloen maintained that there was ab
solutely no cause for the action and
rlnlmed that Jane Doe, a colored wo
man, had been acting for him in the
capacil of nurse.
1 Cyprus was the first country to have
a Christian governor
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! Make The Home j
jMore Attractive I
Everybody wants to make the home look and feel beautiful
J and cozy. .
This can easily be done if you call at our store and let us
help you select your NEW LIGHTING FIXTURES and FLOOR 2
or TABLE LAMP
X We have a large assortment and will be glad to help you J
t make your selection. :
HAVE YOU GOT YOUR SOUVENIR? IF NOT, COME AND t
1 GET ONE. WE HAVE JUST A FEW LEFT j
I The Lighthouse!
J 2454 Washington Ave Ogden I Quality Electric Store j
g j 1 1 .. . hi
JAPANESE GIRL IS CIRCUS RIDER '
Tetu Robinson, daring and sensational Japanese artist, famed for her cleverness in high school horse-1
manship and menage riding who will be seen with the John Robinson circus, here Thursday, Aug 26
"Hold there, Cuma," says little Tetu,
Robinson, who has Just posed long I
enough to have the photographer takej
cnap shot of her
And ("uma Is her favorite steed, in
fact owned and groomed by her per j
eonally, and which is on! U9ed by her'
Iduring the performance of the John
I Robinson circus, which will be here I
Thursday. August 26
And in addition to being an export in
horsemanship, Tetu also gives skillful
exhibitions in wire walking. Juggling,
globe rolling, knife throwing and man)
other novelty acts, she being one of the
top notchers of the sawdust ring
Miss Tetu Robinson Is an adopted
daughter of the owner and founder of j
DEMOCRATS ELECT DELEGATES FOR
COUNTY CONVENTION; PLAN 'COX
FOR PRESIDENT' CLUB IN OGDEN
Delegare to attend th Democratic
convention to be held In the county
court house Saturday afternoon ut 2
o'clock wen named last night ut pri
maries hold in Ogden and throughout
Democrats today reported that the
r.'ectlngs held In the courthouse last
night where delegates were named
from some of thv city wards, was one
of the most enthusiastic ever held
here. The speakers were Mayor Flunk
1'iancle. T. S Browning. Joseph Rtrl
C. A. Boyd, Joseph Chez and Mrs- S-S-
At the meeting the proposed plan of
l.-iunchlng a "Cox for President ' club
wae discussed and decision was made
to call a meeting in the near future
The lists of delegates in the county
dletrlcts have not jet been reported.
Tlir city delegates follow
First Wurd Datus H. Ensign. Mrs
Wealths! Ensign, B. H. Goddurd, Hor
ace E. Garner, Mrs. Belle Garner, Jos
eph Weston. Alma F. Flinders, Matt
Gait, John C. Stout, Alfred Gladwell.j
Juhn Nicholas, J. s. Cantwell, E. c.
Olson, Elmer P- Anderson. Hagbertj
Anderson. Daniel Sullivan, Horace1 1-n-slgn.
Chus. W. A.verett, Mrs t'has W.
Aerett, Will Purdy, Thomas I. Ma
glnnls. John Kenny, Phil J. Brophy,
.ills. badi. And'-r.-on 11 Hunt Purrlng
lon, Cornelius F. Tbinnea. Fr:ink Fran-
.:- Mrs D. Campbell, Mrs C- 8.
Oakey, Albert Bell, George Thlnnes,
Thomas E. Emmett, Thomas McDon
ald. Second Ward James R Clough,
S. P- Brooks. W. Vaughn, A.
C Call, Mrs. A C. Call.
Mrs. W. Vaughn, Mrs James It
dough, S. H. B;idcon, Mrs Carrie Ne
ville. D. W, Evans. Mrs- Myra Argu
bnght. H. Shurtllff. Alexander Fife,
Anna Shurtllff. Mrs Ales Fife. Robert
Shipley Margaret Shipley, Lawrence
Farr, D C CulUcan, John Halllday. !
Mrs. Dlzzb- Halllday, George Green-1
well, Sr., C. J Call.
LEAVE FOR ST. IXJl Is
Mr and Mrs. W. T. Mara and sons.
Theron and Davlr. departed Tuesday
for St. Louis, Mo., where they will
make their future home. Mr. Mars
has been connected with the Mclntre
Drug company, while In Ogden. The
ron Mars ;iti formerly president of
the senior class, O H. S. He will at
tend iho Washington University
school of engineering during tli- com
The Ladles' Aid society of the
Chrlstuln church Is holding Its annual
plrnlc at Lorln Farr park this after
noon Games arc on the program for
the afternoon and supper will be
served at 0 o'clock.
Mrs, V, C. Gunnell. who is In SI
Mary's hospital. Rochester, Minn . is
slowly recovering Mrs Qunnell is
chaplain of Miriam chapter, i . B. S ,
and her many friends In i igden will
bo pleased to learn that she is out
RETURNS FROM TRIP
Miss Helen Woodcock, who has been
visiting In Boise for the post three
weeks, returned home Monday evening
after a omst delightful trip.
END CANTON VISIT
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Howes, who have
been the guests of Mr and Mrs
Wrade Johnson In their canyon home,
returned home this weok
HOfj: FROM BEAR LAKF.
Miss Blanch Welch, a Dee hospital
nurse, has returned to the hoipltal
after a trip to Hear Lake, where sht
assisted Dr L R. Pugmlre with sev
M. J. O'llanlon and Mar Nolan,
both of ogden, wore married at St
Joseph's Catholic church Tuesday
morning. Following the ceremony the
couple departed for a honeymoon tour
of Yellowstone- park.
VISITING IN OGDEN
Mrs. Alex Scott of Salt Lake Is vis
iting her daughter. Mrs C O. DeWolf,
Third Ward John M. Pederson,
Walter N Farr, R J Fowler, Edith
Dee Green, G. Earl Thomas, Mrs L. R
Cain, Lawrence M. Maiun. L W. Sher
Iner, Levi J Taylor, Jr , Edwin S.
Hincklev, James Hurrop, James M.
Thomas, Anna T. Dee, Elizabeth M
'lUad, R. B Porter, Asael Farr, Sr.,
Edward J. Watkina Franklin J. Wood
cock, Mrs EL C Chrlstenson, A. T.
Waldram, R. A Morris, Robert CrOB
Ible, C. Jensen. Mrs Maude Burt. Mrs.
Joseph Westmelr, John McQuarrle, S
Fourth Ward Aaron W. Tracy,
John W. Junk. H C. Stevens, James
T. Axity. O M Sanderson, H H. God
dard. Joseph B. Bates. B- J Griffin.
J C. Eans, C. . Boyd. Joseph Ches,
i rank Huband, Mrs u w Qwllllam,
Mrs. S. A Whitaker. Kathorlne Hlg
g'nbotham. Mrs. Kato Van Dyke, Mrs
Harrv Todd. Miss Flora Belnap. John
N Wlnilc. Ell Holton. J. D. Purrlng
ton, W. J. Purker. Alex Brewer, S. E.
Hinckley. Gilbert Belnap. Guy John
son, S. M. Scott. Andrew J. Anderson,
Hyrum A. Belnap, Peter Ernstrom.
Preston A. Blair, Arthur Halverson.
Darrell J Greenwell, Mrs Joseph
Chez, Mrs. O. M. Sanderson, Mrs. Effie
Aivord, Mrs. F, B. Huband. Porter
Tlllotson, Mrs. Charlotte Ttllotson. W
B. Porterfleld, J. M Brown. Sam F.
Fifth Ward A B. Malan. Charles
HumphrlB, Will Louder, S. P. Dobbs.
Thomas 1 unnlngham, Wade M John
son, Joseph Rlrle. Mrs. Joseph Rlrle.
Don P.eason. Emma Shroeve. Heber J.
Purdy. Miss Emily Carr. John Watson.
Mrs. J. T. Lynch. Mrs. Orson Riser,
Pirn est Spencer. Joseph McFarland,
) A Smith, Mrs. Alborn Allen. Ed
Browning. C J. Llndqulst. Claud Farr,
I R ' lou;;h. Hyrum M. Monson, J.
S. Browning, George Shorten. Frank
Rose. George Lockhend. Jr., F. A.
Hulsh. Mrs. Ellen Barnes. E O Rowe.
U H. McCune. Joseph Klik Mrs. C
Edvalson, C. Edalson. George Hun
ter. C. L. Farr. Mrs. S. S. Smith. S S
and son. David Scott, for a few days.
I She arrived Sunda.
TOURING XELLOWSTON F,
I Mr and Mrs. Herbert W Hlnley are
I touring through Yellowstone- park.
GOING TO PITTSBURG
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hopkins. 3-10
Twentieth street departed toda for
Pittsburg Pa. They, are to be ab
i sent about xlx weoks.
I Federal Engineers
Go on Inspection
II R Angv In, senior highway bridge
engineer of the United States Bureau
I of Public Roads offices here, depart
ed last night for Jackson Hole, where
ho will inspect the Hoback canyon
bridge work before returning to Og
den. i J S Scofleld. chief of road survey
party, together with a large crew, will
I leave Ogden tonight for McCall, Ida..
; where they w ill handle the engineer
ling work on the Warden wagon road,
: according to District Engineer B. J.
W. M. Prickatad, senior highway
engineer, left yesterday on an Inspec
tion tour of the Delta-Holden project.
In southern I'tah.
I '-Ids n the St. Clare river bridge
on the Modena-8t. George road, were
opened yesterday, according to En
gineer Finch The Midland Bridge
Company of Salt Lake were low bid
dors their mark being $17 092.25 for
the erection work only, the material
and the retire work to cost more than
Work on the Cdar-Long valley
road, covering more than 8 miles, will
be started Immediately This road Is
located In the southern part o the
state, ami will be one of the best of
the mountain roads to be constructed
in the state, according to ?-nglneer
j Salvation Army wants magazines,
papery and clothing or any discard
ed articles Ford car badly needed.
I Phone 2960.
ihe John Robinson circus, and comes
to that name and is included in the
estate of this wonderful showman,
which he left when he died.
Performances will be gien at 2 and
8 p. m., doors opening one hour ear
lier to allow ample inspection of the
wild animal department, side shows,
M1TIE IT IM
Pantasjea Vaudeville will begin its
new season at the local Orpheum to
morrow, August 26, ot 2 45 p m. Man
ager Goes of the Orpheum announces
the same days of each week for vaude
ville Thursday, Friday and Saturday
with the usual three performances
each day. Those who have season
I tickets must notltv the box office bc-
fore Thursday noon If the wish the
With new scenery throughout the
theatre the new vaudeville show will
; offer attractive entertainment to Or-
ph( urn patrons.
Th' new BhOW brings with It a re
vel of beautiful girls clad In gorgeous
, gowns, who sing the very latest song
hits of New York
Jarls' "Footllght Revue" Is as much
out of the ordinary musical comedy
lino as really sparkling quips. catch
songs and faultless chorus girls could
The rest of the bill lives up to the
excellence of the headllner. Simpson
and Deane. exceptionally clover char-
' aeter artists, pu on a llxely little ori
ental skit called Honk-Tonk
Town " Rosa Valyda sings classic and
Jazz songs with her Inimitable KOlden
toned soprano voice. Basil and Allen
ha e no difficulty In winning over the
audience from the moment the cur
tain rises, disclosing them comically
arrayed as the raw recurlt and the sup-
erclllous sergeant till It drops at the
; end of their decidedly funny "recrult-
i Ing" act.
Adonis and company please the eve
; with their perfectly formed bodies.
, then excite the mind by the breath
taking way they balance each other at
seemingly impossible angles
A new film comedy and the Oroh-
cum orchestra will complete the bill.
Deaths and Funerals
POOL Mrs Isabelle Pool died at
6:15 o'clock last night at the resi
dence 24S Patterson street. Mrs Pool
suffered a paralytic stroke three cars
ago and never fully recovered.
She was horn at Grantsvllle. Octo
ber 4. 1862. and came to Utah 46
years ago. residing here since. She
was the wife of the late William Pool
Surviving her are two daughters, Mrs.
Alice Knlk'ht. Drlggs. Ida.; Mrs. Ada
I.ree. Ogden; eleven grandchildren,
one greal grandchild, a brother, Mat
thew Bell of Richmond and two sis
ters. Jane Bell of Richmond and Mrs.
Annie Funk of Clarosholm, Canada.
Funeral services will be held Sun
day at 3 o'oloch in the Eleventh ward
chapel, conducted by Bishop N. A
Tanner. The body may bo viewed at
the residence Saturdav afternoon and
evening and Sunday until 2 o'clock
Burial will take place in the city cem
etery. SHUPE Howard Rile Shupe, In
fant son of Howard and Lottie Cham
bers Shupe died at a local hospital
today. He is survived by his parents
and one brother. Darrel. Funeral an
nouncement will be made later.
DEAN Funeial services for Bartho
lomew Richard Dean were held yes
terday from the St. Joseph's church.
At the church Father Kennedy officiat
ed. Father Lagan officiated at the
grave. Interment was made In Moun
tain View cemetery.
Canyon Car Service
Is Continued Month
Service on the Ogdeg canyon lines
will be continued until 5Vptembcr 16,
at c ording to an announcement made
today by J W, Elllngson traffic man
ager ,,f the I tab Bapid Transit lines
Hundreds of canyon residents bac
made Inquiries regardlnK the BOhedules
according to Mr. Elllngson.
The canyon line thl season has In
creased its business of last year by
more than 26 per cent it Is said, due
to the many tourists that have visited
th HermitaKe More thin .".Oiin i,;,ur
j lsts have visited the canyon this sea
son while an equal number of Utah
residents ha e also visited the canyon
The United States has 163.933.700
acres of national forests.
m " . 3 BH
( Incorpo rated.) II
Final Clearance I
Final clearance of all summer merchandise. Balance of
oui white skirts, also a few gray ft fCk
mixtures left. Values $5.50. Spe- I
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MIDDIES. '2 PRICE
Our line of children's gingham and
percale dresses, sizes 2 to 14. Just 29 I
the thing3 for school. Special,
$1.15, $1.69 j
a About thirty women's and misses' $45 !
B voile and gingham dresses, former
values to $12.50. Special
How long Is a military secret a
secret? This is the question which
is being askei by ' Jack" Little
field, in charge of the soldier wel
fare work in Kden after a brief
but hot session with a young man
who claimed to be a discharged
This m.-.rn.ng a yOUTIg man of
Italian parentage apeared In Mr
Llttlefield's office and exhibiting
an American Legion membership
cird asked for a Job. The fellow's
bearing made Mr Llttlefield sus
picious and after (he man had
olunteered the Information that
he had been In France twenty
months, ho was asked the ques
tions which are always asked of
"Y hat was the name of the
camp you trained in while in the
service?" was the first question.
'Chattanooga. Georgia," camo
the hesitant response
"Oh, ho. so Chattanooga has
moved to Georgia'"' Inquired Mr.
t'h huh. ' came the answer
' what was tho name of the
transport on which you went to
France?" was the next question.
"No can tell this Is military
secret." came the reply.
The young man Is still looking
for a Job and persons are warned
to inquire cosel Into cases whi-re
men exhibit Legion cards and re
fuse to give information about
ilvir life In the army. It is be
lieved that the man stole or found
the card of a real leglun member.
List of New Books
Ready at Library
The following list of new books are
ready for circulation at tho Carnegie
Fiction Bartley, "A Woman's Wo
man; Blndloss. "Partners of tho Out
Trall." Burnham, "Sweet Cloer,"
Curwood, "River's End,' Dell, "Lamp
In the Desert." Torter. "The Tie That
Hinds;" Rinehart, "Amazing Adven
tures of Letltla Carberry;" Zanirwlll,
Jinny the Carrier
Juvenile books Ashmun. "Isabel
Carlton in the West." Bally. "Seven
I'.-as In a Pod, Baker. "Falrmount
Girls in School and Camp.-' P.rown,
Rainbow Island;" Brown, "Friends
and Cousins " Burton. "Trail Makers;"
Colin. "The Girl Who Sat by the
Ashes." Dubois. "Comrade Rosalie;"
Eliot "Little House in the Fairy
Wood;" Gray. "Rusty Miller;" Harris,
roe, the Book Farmer;" Ingersoll,
Raisin Creek Exploring Club.1 Loren
zinl, 'The Heart of Plnochlo;" Meigs.
' The Pool of Stars," Pier. "The Hill
top Troop," Perkins, "Cornelia;" Put
mna Wattv & Co.;' Pyle. 'Tales of
Folks and Fairies " Schultz. ' Rising
Wolf;" Seaman. "The Slipper Poinv
.Mystery " Seton, "Wild Animal Ways"
Syrett, "Robin Goodfellow;' Widdlmcr
"Wlnana's Way;" Wright, With tho
Little Folks." 1
Relief from the stifling heat of J
yesterda and last night came ear- '
ly this morning with the arrival !
of a cooling shower which cover- I
ed Ogden and vicinity. While the
official measurements showed
that rain only fell to the depth of
.04 of an inch, the temperature
Immediately dropped with the ar
rival of the first raindrops and the
storm left a refreihed city in its
Yesterday afternoon the mer- j
cury Jumped to within six degrees
of the year's record At the hlgh
esl period it touched the 94 de- H
gree mark and the city sweltered
in a burning sun Even with the (
coming of nightfall but little re- j
lief was given.
More showers are promised to- H
nlsht and tomorrow, according to
the prediction of the United States
IDOL IN I
111 WILL PLJY I
LIST TIME TIGHT I
Tonight closes one of the most suc
cessful engagements of a picture run
at the popular Orpheum theatre in
the last showing of D W. Griffiths
big picture, The Idol Dancer accOm
palned by the famous Hawaiian troup" I
of singers and dancers. Those who
I have not seen the production should
make every effort to go to the Or- I
pheum tonight at either 7 oi 9 p. m ,
as they will never again see so delight
ful a combination plaing together as
The Hawallans Klvo a real atmosphere
to the picture and their singing an4
Hula dancing is a real treat. j
Socialist Candidate I
Speaks Here Tonight I
E. G. Locke of Bingham, Socialist
party candidate for governor of Utah,
is to give a short address at the city
hall this evening in connection with
the Socialist party rally to be held
The principal speaker will be MLs
Llllth Martin of Indiana, a graduate
of the Rand school of social science,
who is making a tour of Utah in the
interest of organization
ON COAL IS BROADENED
WASHINGTON. Aug. 25. An
nouncement that the campaign against
profiteering on coal would bo broad
ened with special attention to the situ
ation at tidewater points was inaflc
today at tho department of Justice.
POSITIVELY LAST TIME TONIGHT
The Idol Dancer I
THE FAMOUS HAWAIIAN TROUPE I;
of Singers and Dancers
AT THE ORPHEUM AT 7 AND 9 P. M.
PANTAGES BEGINS TOMORROW j