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FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 10. 1920. (Jjlt tUtfi Cti 1 Ulltjlt or.nEN. IjTAH
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or Player Piano
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Better Arrange to Come
in at Once,
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i PIANO COMPANY
j Ej Telephone 1 8 1 2472 Hudson Ave.
Weber Bourbons to Elect
County arid Legic ltive
Political Interest in Weber county,
Is now centered upon the Democratic
convention which will be held to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock in the
county courthouse at which time
: legislative and county officers will be
nominated. Interest is being kept at
high pitch on the eve of the conven-,
tion with rumors of contemplated sur
prises and last minute switches. How
ever, nothing d finite could he gleaned j
I from the Democratic ranks today i
which would becomo a certainty to-
Tomorrow's convention . is expected
to attract one of the largest political
crowds which have attended any ses
sions in Judge A. W Agee's court
room this year With all delegates j
present and plenty of spectators OC
hand to witness the proceedings, stand
ing room in the courtroom Is pre
dicted to be limited at an early hour.!
I Scouts to Make Hike j
I to Waterfall Canyon
I Twenty members of Hoy scout,
troop 4. 'from the Fourth ward, led;
g by Assistant Scoutmaster R. S. Itceder, I
( (Cre starting this evening on a hike :o
Waterfall canyon. In a campflre pro-;
gram, games will be played. The
I party will start for home in the morn
ing. Nature study will be pursued on
the trip to (he canyon. The lads are
taking along a supply of blankets and
I Intend to sleep out In the open.
L. W. FORD
Teacher of Violin
Fall term commences Sep
tember 13. Apply early tor
convenient time. Studio:
2370V2 Washington Avenue.
Natives in parts of the Honduras
shave with a piece of sharp-edged
SILL OF MERIT
Pantages Offering This Week
Is Unusual in
' A show of unusual merit, combining!
six diversified acts, forms the Pantages ;
vaudeville hill which opened .it the
Orpheum theater yesterday. This la I
musical week on Pantages, the head- j
liner being Llletta and her Hawaiian j
serenaders. With six men who play
'native Instrument! In a finished'
manner, hiletta herself closes the!
piece with a Hula danes done In I
whirlwind fashion. Yleing also for'
I leading honors are Nordstrom and
' Norrls in The Heart of Annie Wood."
I a musical playlet carried out In a
The three Mclvln brothers on the
; curtain raising act are acrolmts who
stray far from the beaten path in I
search of thrills. The trio lake some
Chances and in turn Were well ap- I
plauded. "CJnff." the Brtlh nut, ns
I he is termed, has a clever and novel
I offering with oap bubbles and has j
i a number of othe r droll tricks which
, produce the laughter. IMna Bonner
make? a good Impression as a singer
of operatic numbers, having a splen
did voice and good stage presetted 1
Challis and Lambert entertain with a
piano and song number.
Presenting many views of world In
terest, the moving picture news week
ly brings the show to a finish. The
'same bill plays through Saturday
Cases Against Two
j Store Men Dismissed
George tteintaafs and B. T. Leatois, j
I store proprietors, both of whom were
charged with having -sold tobacco to
minor, were dismissed by Judge r.
! R Roberts this morning, following
I the dropping of the complaints against
I the two defendants because of lack of
The men are alleged to have sold
cigarettes to a boy under 1 B years of
ape They pleaded not guilty The
, boy departed from the stale, and ran
! not appear before the court as com
I plaining witness.
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iH Svl 'lt Sj.alor Mi - EvrllirglT cled
FEW CHANGES IN
Potatoes Show Slight Decline
Although More Than Last
The month of August made little
change In crop prospects In I'tah. the
generally favorable conditions contin
uing throughout the state, according
if, the crop report Issued by M. M.
JUStln, agricultural statistician for
His report continues:
"As cutting progresses spring wheat
prospects ate somewhat poorer but
still greatly In excess of IftSt year- Oats
'are also much more promising than a
m ,ir ago fulfilling the earlier forecasts.
Corn Is well up to the average and
harvesting for silos is beginning.
"Barley prospects arc practically
unchanged with a promise of ToL'.ooo
"Potatoes show a slight decline to
B forecast of S, 181, 000 bt:shels, which
is 3.1 per rent more than last year.
Sugar, beet prospects are unchanged.
. h promise of a record crop contin
ues Truck crops show no material
change In prospects. Beans, tomatoes
and onions are all Slightly above av
erage and cabbages are about average
I In condtion. The watermelon crop Is
estimated at M per cent of normal
and the muskmolon production Is 9 5
pel cent of normal. Sorghum cane
declined In condition because of
drouth and flood In Washington COtin
I "Krult has made good progress. Ap
ples promise SO per cent of a normal
crop, or 980,000 bushels. Peaches ate
estimated as producing 55 per cent of
a full crop or a total of 825,000 bush
els Pears are rated at 85 per cent
forecasting a production of 69, MOO
Hay production Is nearly 50 per
cent larger than lost year- being esti
mated at 1,471.000 tons, compared
with 1,085,000 tons last year Th. av
erage yield per acre of all tame hay
its os? 1 111 n t e, 1 as 7 .'i tons Timolhv
I averaged 2.00 tons, clover 2.40 tons.
alfalfa 3.oo tons, and wild haj i :'
'tons per ncre Pacture and ranges
Improved somewhat In August because
' i be number of stock hogs Is only
',1 per cent of last year, or 102,000.
I This Is a percentage decrease sllgtly
greater than thai shown by the en
tire country( where tho number Is now
56,459,000, compared with 68, 073. 000
' last year.
I "The wool production of I'tah Is
estimated as 18,180)000 pounds this
year, The revised estimate for last
year is K.ooo.ono pounds,"
Nickel Brings This j
j Lad Large Returns
John Felt, city milk Inspector, takes
i a great amount of interest In boy.
land especially boys who, themselves,
t take Interest In the raising of llve
I stock. Mr. Pelt Is now pointing with
pride to the record of a certain 13
. year-old lad In Mississippi, the story
. of whom has been sent to Mr. Pell
"Van Palmtree is a 13-year-old boy
who lives In Panola county, Missis
sippi,'' Mr. Kelt said. 'Van belongs
to one of the many boy's agricultural
clubs in that state. Many of the
j boys have had unusual success with
their club projects, but Van's success
i Is noteworthy because of Its small
"In April, 1918, a five-cent plec
was given to him by his teacher as
ia reward for unusually good lessons
and I beh, i lor one day it school.
With this money he bought a chicken.
It was crippled, ncncS Its' low prloc,
i but much coddling on his part saved
, Its life, and it grew to maturity
The next summer she raised a
brood of chickens which were sold
i for $1.50. With this money Van
' bought a pig. II was a runt pig, but
care and good feeding for a few
I months made It well worth the J9.3tJ
j for which Its owner sold it.
i "I mmr dlately the young ftnancler
bought helfor calf with the price
paid him for the hog. Lasl year and
again this she presented her owner
with a calf, so he nnv: has a Utile
herd of three, all the outgrowth of
that one nickel which he Invested
four years ago'"
Broker Wins Suit
Over Sugar Stocks
Jury In the case of J A. Hogle,
Ogden broker against Hyrum Hokant
son late yesterdav afternoon returned
Judgment and costs In favor of Mr.
Hogle. The action wan brought to
recov er upon a check upon w hich pa -Intent
had been stopped.
Hokanson claimed that stock order
ed by the plaintiff comoanv was not
t Ir stock ordered and DSVRient was
Stopped on the heck offered in pay
jment. The plaintiff asked for full
face value of the check. $1500, Inter
i si and cost."- whirh was returned In
the erdlct of the Jury
The case wa tried in Judge A. E.
Pratt'-- division of the district court
A similar suit Is scheduled to begin
todav with J. A. Hogle again as plain
tiff and O. B. Ollson as defendant. The
company complains the Gilson order! tj
certain stock and later stooped pay-1
j ment on a check with whirh he paid
for It. Gilson alleges that he ordered
slock in the Hooper Sugar company
jand was given certificates m the I'm
gree Sugar companv instead Th''
Check was for $1500. Hogle askea
I Judgment. Interest and costs
Girlie Show, Sennett
Comedy at Orpheum
When Roy 'Hiram' Clair appears at
the Orpheum theatre Sunday night lie
will bring with him a company of
beautiful damsels, singers and danc
crs who will give gden theatregoers
a round of pleasure that they will
Hiram plays Sunday and Monday In
a rube comed, Hiram. the Wise
Guy,'' to bo followed on Tuesday and
Wednesday with "Hiram Butts In ."
Hiram's bevy of charmers come ar
rayed In gorgeous costumes that are
the envy of every woman who sees
them. As for the young men Just
come take a peep
Featured during the same show will
be Mack Sennett's hilarious comedv
"Married Life," which though full or
battles and strife, Is not truly a war
Waste products nf the wine press In
France and Spain are being experi
mented on for the manufacture of pa
CITY MAY BE i
Small Shipments to Allow
Completion of North Wash-
ington Project Expected
Small shipments of cement, which
: will allow the completion of the pav-
lng of Washington avenue in rbe area
: which has been torn up. will probably
be sent here, as a result of protests
made yesterday to the state road com
I mission by Mayor Frank Francis, Com-1
I mlssloner J Kay Ward anil City En-j
glneer Joseph M Tracy, It was saidi
today. Protests were made against j
the action taken recently in shipping
I cement, which was to have been used
here to roads in southern Utah, ieav-
ing the Washington avenue work COm-i
pli iey In the air
Members of the state road commis
sion are said to have (old Mayor Fran
els and other member.', of the ogden:
party that the cement is more urgently'
. needed in southern I'tah than here.
Mayor Fraiuls then explained tbei
I present torn up and Impassible con-1
I dltlon of Washington avenue and dr.;
I dared that it would have to remain
j this way throughout the winter if oe-l
ment was no? supplied He also de
I Glared that tho work here had been ,
contemplated for three years and
I therefore should have priority over
receni road projects in other parts;
! Of the state.
As a result of the determined pro
tests, It la probable that enough ce-l
j merit will be supplied to complete '
I the paving over ten blocks already
J torn up, but it Is Indicated that the
remainder of the work will have to
be postponed until spring.
Pickling Vegetables. and
Grapes Being Offered
Coiu-ord gr..pcr and n-..ili pickling;
cucumbers, together with nulnees. sev
eral varieties of plums, Including the1
famed Potawatamiesi valued for their
delicacy of coloring and flavor, when
prepared as plum Jam, are the latest
market offerings to housewives.
Klberta penehes, of unusual color
Ing, texture and flavor, are also ap
peering on the niarket, the present
I prices being J3.i10 per bushel Later,
they may be cheaper. It Is reported,!
."Ilhough the scarcity of this fruit In-i
I i ites that there will be a limited
'supply Bartlett pears of fair condl-
'tlon are selling at $3.50 per bushel. I
Concord grapes are selling rapidly. It I
Is stated, there being a big demand by
housewives, and the grapes are being
converted Into Jelly and beverages of
i various descriptions, It Is said.
Green ana red peppers, pickling
' cabbage, cauliflower, and egg plants
lore on the market.
During tho past week there has been
a marked reduction In the prices of
watermelons, it is stated. Prices now
liange from 1ft cmta to 40 cents fori
I wstermelons, while the large, yellow
meat canteloupes and musk melons I
arc selling at I for fifteen cents
Prizes Awarded in
Much Interest In the exhibit work
(under the direction of County club
Leader R. F Robinson has been man!
fested, according to reports from the
countv farm bureau offices.
At " the exhibit held at Huntsvilie
I this week, exhibits were shown In saw
ing, baking canning, garden display,
potatoes, poultrv, .sugar beets, pigs,
I h p, pet lambs, calves and rabbits
Eighty-two youngsters competed
the following being the winners in the
! various exhibits.
Lillian Evans. Virginia Mclntlrc
Myrtle Mlngham, Laura Rasmussen,
Jean Berlin, Marine Burrows. Leons
Creese, Senneth Allen, Alleene McDon-1
aid Edna Slater. Marlow Stoker How
ard Jorgen.son. Burrows Brother-. r
wm Engstrom. Arnold Rasmussen, I
Leota Hlslop. Marion Hansen. Leona J
Bailey, Earl Creeze. Fred Shupe,
JS kBOri Shupe. Harold Wangsgard
K.i Allen. Jake Wangsgard, Jessie
i Brown. LcRov Bailey, Mark Burrows.
Allen Davis. Gilbert Wangsgard, Dar
Wln Engstrom. iwen Felt: Mark
Johnson. Louis olsen. Archie Thurs
'ton, and Howard Jorgenson.
Second Suit Started
on Sugar Stock Sale
With Attorney A G Horn as coun
sel, J A. Hoglt, ogden broker began
suit this morning In Judge A E.
Pratt's division of the district court
to recover $1,500 on a check upon
which payment is alleged to have been
stopped by O. B. Gilson. rV jury was
Impanelled at the opening of court
j session this morning
The companv sets forth ill Its com
plaint thai Mr Qilson ordered certain
stork and after the certificates had
been ihlr. eied .-.toppi d p. iv ment upon
the che k he offered in payment.
tin the other hand, Mr. Gilson. in
his answer, complains that the stock
was not Ah.it he ordered and asks
that the suit be dismissed. The case
is expected to go to the Jury late this
a f tf rnoon
Two Escape From
The escape of two boys from the
Industrial school, the second escape of!
this kind to occur within the past j
week, was reported at the police sta- i
lion at 12 o'clock last night. The)
boys escaped from the school at i :
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Coincident with tho escape of the
boys, whoso names, acordlng to police
reports arc Jacobsen and Adamson,
two automobiles, belonging to Fred
M. Nye and Ralph Bitter, disap
peared. Police are of the opinion that find
ing the cars will result In finding the
The boys have thus far escaped ap
prehension, although officers In vari
ous parts of the state have been noti
Boys' English and Boys' English and f
f Round Toe Round Toe
Finest welt shoes Splendid School
li made Shoes
IrrjH 9 to UV2 $4.95 9 to 13l2 $3 95
L J 1 to 2 $5.45 1 to 2 $4.45 I
l VseZV- 21 :, to 6 $5.95 21 2 to 6 $4.95 1H
a Sculfers in our best grade Boys' Heavy School Shoes -
Sizesl2to2 9tol32 $3-45
$9 OC 1 to 2 ." $3.95 o M
$S,J3MJ 212 (o g $44S j
y Men's hepvy work shes, i.ouble vamp, C
I --Sx Lad-.es' black kid, welt boot, leathei iewcd 80,cs1L;'llu I
! HUP ) l-XV heel; $12.50 value Aiv $7 value. M5 I mt'i
iJSS&k $1Q45 I
r;j SJT Simf m Mens black calf English last, also me- g
"t 1 dlum toe. $10 values rl
VI V ) : ' $6.95
i ' Same in brown kid; $13.00 value, at , &
I "JT. df 3 Girls' pstenl pumps, on-vlnch heel, I
v Tv 9mmw& al baby Lou,t hee, 58 vauc
I $4nS5 j
f Women's black kid, alsol. . , , , . . . . , , -r fa
i n cft Ladies black kid welt boot, Luban O I
gray kid lace shoes, $Iz.j'J I g
vnlucs heel; $12.00 value, at - 1
$j35 $995 fl I
i Satin and kid boudoirs Same in brown calf ; $ 1 2. 50 value, at ir3 1
! Jj&m 2461 Washington Ave. ! H
j SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN j
Stephen T. Mather Discusses
Scen'c Highway in South
With Utah Officials
Possibility of establishment of a
scenic highway to link the wonders j
of southern Utah. Zlon national park.
EuKt canyon; the i)ar Brakes, na-1
lural bridges and Bryee canyon, was
discussed yesterday when Stephen T. j
M.ither. director of national parks.,
arrived In Rdcn on his way to the;
colebratlon ? the formal opening nfj
7Au national park on September 15.1
Mil BY GOVERNOR.
Mr .Mather was met hero by Cover-1
nor Bamberger. A. ' McKay, general,
manager of the Suit Lake Tribune.
Nathaniel jaokson. secretary "f the
Salt Lake Commercial club. nd P. B.
Spencer, general passenger atrent fori
the Oregon Short Line nnlroad.
The Salt Lake men met Mr Mather
by appointment In Ogden and talked i
over In a general way the tremendous I
advantages that would accrue could
uch a highway b made a reality
At present, it was said. Zlon na-j
tlonal park Is Isolated from the other
marvels of scenic Interest and beauty;
which surround It through lack of
roads, and. while It Is an attraction,
by ltseir of the first magnitude, the I
linking together of the varied wholoj
would be a magnet which none could
Nowhere in the world. Mr Mather
and the others declared are there to
bo found in such a comparatively;
small radius so many strange audi
wonderfully beautiful forms of natural
grandeur, ranging from the majestic I
splendors of Zlon canyon to the his
torically fascinating abandoned cities
of the cave dwellers, tho great natural
bridges and the wooded wonders of
the Cedar Brakes
! MM GIGE
The Hawaiian Jewel Musical Com
edv company of seven people. Includ
ing singers, dancers and Instrumen
talists, as well .as the world s greatest
r.ua dnnc?i-, Princess J... Momi, will j
b( a1 the A '. hs in bra next Sunday and.
Monday In ' A Night In Taridlso Isle.'
a great si ige attraction. Also Rob
art w harnhers' great story. The i
Fighting Chnnce." and .Charlie Murray
Id Mack Br nnett's newest corned
"Don't Weaken Seats i0c. 20c, 30c.
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& TiW klu vnjr "5b fi
R Q f m K lk mr Bn
ANOTHER BIG SHOW
and Her Hawaiian Troupe In
"A TROPICAL SERENADE"
FIVE OTHER BIG ACTS
Three Shows Daily 2:15, 7:30,
Matinees 25c 30c
Nights 25c 40c 50c
i OGDEN KIDDIES
Pantages Actor Blows Bubbles
of Many Kinds at Martha
More than sixty children of the
Martha Home were delighted at noon
today by an exhibition of blowing of
Soap hubbies by Griff, a member ofl
tho Pantages bill this week. Griff
volunteered his services to please the!
children and gave them an exhibition
which won the hearts of the young-.
In his act Griff accomplishes feats I
with soap bubbles that seem impossl-,
ble He Juggles them on his fingers,'
his arms and rolls them over his hod
without breaking them- He blows '
)m;:e i.iihhle.N jeto the air and keeps'
themf afloat until he wishes them to;
Griff made every effort to do the,
stums which tho children would es
pecially enjoy and he mmle good to
such an extent l hat for many days Ills
name will be the main subject of con-1
venation among the youngsters in thC
o o i
n Individual dressing Hnt for
seashore bathers, can be packed and i
carried in a suit case
ELVY HELD III
! COUNTY JUL I
Butcher Aliened to Have As
saulted City Officer Faces
Fred EIvv, proprietor of a butcher TC'T'wi
shop at fiis Twenty-fourth street, was HISR!11
arrested this morning by Deputy Sher- Hf9M'T;
iffs Joseph ChadwUU and George Al- rSi'CI
len upon a warrant charging him wit:- afr'f.'f. It!
battery. The charge i.s based upon an 3Sfli
alleged attack by Elv upon A. O
Sneed. city sanitary inspector, Wed- Kf 4f
nesdaw when Sneed went to ESlvy'a : f
place of business and ordered thai 'i-v i
horses be removed from his back lK9njnS
yard to comply with sanitary rcgu- ujj
lations of the city. !
Mr Sneed declared that Blvy at- I
tacked him with an iron rake and Mw
later hit him over the head with '
doubled rope. Charles Bass, another B
sanitan Inspector, v. itnessed the fight im '
between the two men which follow.,: llr
When brought to the sheriff s ofl ice T'ilW '
this morning. Blvy denied 'hat h. I,
Sneed with a rake, but admitted thit g I .1 j
he fdUglW w ith the officer fi-. V S
Eh ; was i eleased und r 53" b til W
A state college, at Ames la., of- W
fers a two weeks course in tractor
operation for sons of farmers
HBVl Four Days Starting Sunday BS,7V S
Smw Musical Comedy Dc Luxe ? ML J
MACK SENNETT WotE I MfiBl
mSR Five-Reel Comedy Ey .ESmI
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