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SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1922
8. B. DIRECTORS
GIVE UP POSTS
JVice President, Secretary
and Director Claim Club
Improperly Handled .
At a meeting of tho directors of the
Ogden Baseball club of tho Northern
Utah league held at the office of My
or FYank Francis this morning the
resignations of three" of tho directors
,' V were accepted lack of harmony and
Inefficient management of tho club
was given by thu throe an the reason,
rii for their resignations
Vs V Jesse S Richards, vice president anJ
, director. Al Warden. secretary and dl-
. rector, nnd Al Haatmark, director, axe
the men who tendered tholr resigna
tions. The resignation wero Accepted snd
the three former directors and offt- J
cers relieved of all financial responsi
bility. The resignations of William V
Rockefeller, director and Harry Huies. ,
director, wore tendered but action was
deferred until the forepart of the i
"Lack of management and Harmony
jed to the resignations, said Al Host
mark today. 'Some of the directors
of ttie dun have not been enllrelv sat
isfied with the manner In which af
fairs have been handled and for that
reason desired o bo relieved as di
rectors. The directors who have tendered
their resignations, however. rn anx
ious to seo baseball continue In Og
den and express a defire that affairs
during tho remainder ol tho season
will be handled more efficiently.
Presldont Warren C Blnlord an
nounced at the meeting that tho club
was well fixed financially and able to
pay all debts contracted this year to
gether with all BAiaric. ol players to :
William Rockefeller and Mayor
Frank Francis were named as a com
mittee of to to confer with the pies
idents of all of the civic clubs of Ok
den and obtain a representative from
each club to serve on the board
This plan was suggest e.l by uh
Wright, one of tho directors of the
No men were named to succeed tne
Bunnell end Circulation Dept... 81
Classified Ada M
Advertising Dept. , 2t
Editorial and Nwi Dept. 70
Chaperoning A subject of special
importance to parents will be discuss
ed by Mrs. G. A Lloyd of Salt Ioke
to tho mombers of the Weber stake
Relief society In the Socond ward
chapel Snnday at 2 p. m Mra Lloyd
vlll apeak upon tho subject of proper
chaperons for young persons All of
ficers" and members are urged to at
tend For Rent Cheap 3 cottages In Og
den Canyon. Phone Bramwell. 360 or
High Council Members of the aft
Ogden stake high council will deliver
addresses at the ward Sacrament meet
ing Sunday evening The services com
mence at 7 o'clock
Waldron, E T. The Mngarine Man.
To Install Officers Of fleers of
-Queen City Rcbikah lodge, -will be In
stalled at the regular meeting this eve
ning at 8 o'clock, in tho I. O. O. F.
hall Following Ihe. business session,
luncheon will be served.
Con. E Bohn Insurance. Fire and
Auto. 417 Eccles Bldg. Phone 19S(.
Judge Returns Judge D. R Rob
erts of the city court, returned to the
bench today after a week's vacation
Iurlng his absence. Judgo John G
Willis presided over the city court
Dt John Fiiiley Morrison. Osteo
Iath, 510 Eocles Bldg. Hours 10 to
12 a, m. 130 to 5 p. m. 9368
Expert paper cleaning. Phone 327-W
Ogden Typewriter House for type-,.-rttr
ind roDnirs. 5422 Hudson a-.e-
But. Phone 26.
Distilled Water Ice exclusively Og-
t-n City Ice Company, 2379 Hudson
Weber Floral turnlshcs the flowers.
STRUCK HER WITH
FIST, WIFE SAYS
Following her testimony that her
husband trtated het cruelly and failod
' to provide support, erlle Hard was
i granted a decree of divorce In the dis
trict court from W, E. Hardy jrstor
d;iy afternoon, by Judge James N.
Mrs. Hardy testified that on October
24. 1921. h r huHliand struck her in
the face with hla flsl and on frequent
occasions has called her vile names
He has failed to support her since
September 24, 1921, the wife ullegnh
The court awaidrd the woman $40 a
month alimony and cuntody of three,
minor children They were married
in Brlgham City, April 9. l'jli,
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHtHC'H
Corner Twenty-fourth St , nnd Mon
roe avenue. Bible school at 10 a. m
Morning worship and communion at
1 1 a- m Tho Rev Frederick Babcock
of Denver, Colorado, will be with us
this week and nexl. and a largo at
tendance la desired as Mr Babcock la
a prospective minister for our church
The morning sermon will bo "Christ in
the Heart," evening sermon, "The
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m The
annual Ladles' Aid picnic will be held
July IP, and the annual Sunday school
picnic will be July 28.
The Loyal Women das will have
i heir regular meeting Tuesday eve
ning at Mrs. Lenord's.
VISIT JO LOGAN
Harold Packer Sets Forth
Aims on Inter-city
Members of the Ogden Klwanis club
motored to Lofan yesterday afternoon
where, as guests of tho Logan Klwan
lan. they assumed chance of the pro
gram at the weekly luncheon of the
lxgan Klwanis elub held at iho Eccles
hotel last evening
After singing "America. mooting
was turned over to Ogden visitors.
Ho i old J. Packer, chairman of the
tigden committee on Intercity rela
tions, presided anj Introduced visitors
The principal Rpr-nKcrs were.
John Culley, presiduni of the Og
den club; A. M Merrill principal nf
the Olden high school.
-esllo Savilir accompanied "n tho
piano bv Henry Volker sang two solos
Other songs from Klwanis song
A unique stunt of thr- Kogan mem
bers was the sinking of 0 aong of wel
come nf their own composition. In
" lilch th first na mrs of all ih- Ok1 n
immtBim -n- unea in rnvmc.
Following ti mombers attended:
John Culley. r:t Id J. Wilson. J YV
McLaughlin. George J. Kelly, Berl Tre
seder, Dr K R Mil la, L. A iMrnsnn,
A M. Merrill, I Oswel Jackson. Da
vid Jenson. Jack Heeve, j a (ioafeK
Charles Iveraon. F. A lluish. Lew
Wains Joseph M Tracy, Godfrey
Matthews. Iesli- Saville, Henry Volker.
and Harold J. Packer.
In his opening remarks, Mr Pack-!
I er said :
PFRPOSK OF MKF7T1NG
' This mooting 1 may say. is really
the first reclprocui Intercitey meeting
of Klwnnlans In Ihe state of I fah It'
is but tho beginning (,r a movement'
Inaugurated by the ( gdn Klwanis!
club to visit ever, other Kiwanla club1
in the state nnd to have tho other'
c lube visit the Ogden club, with thol
view of beepmi- better acquainted I
with Kiwanla ns of other cities learn-1
inc aomethlnc of the activities of oth
er clubs and pcrhsns not altogether
0P( eallng our own llghl under a '
bushel ;,n Q f . ,,, , , c A Wf
conceive to bo one of the purposes
of K Ia nnis and wh ch well i omporta
with the admonition ol the chairman
or the International committee on In-1
tercity relations n, h.s icnorl submit.
tea to the r.-cent International con
ention of Kiwanla at Toronto
OO-OPEHAllOK is itl-Oi isiTr
In all such organizations Ki
wnnls. Rotary and other civic as well
as fraternal societies. t ,,. prlme
n'i SfKr!: 0-OperaUon I is reo-1
llzed that an organ ira tion n group of
men. can accomplish more in -t partic-
', "vidual to associate himself
with others and work with them In a '
f"-ganl7atlor. such as Klwanis
each member ald.ng and assisting tho
striving"0 rommon Purpose." all
striMng- ro reach n wisely chosen goal
all Working for the good of a parflcu-
miT1""1" how m,Jch rood
might be accomp;hed for a state
our state, for instancs-by the ntn
Klwanis clubs of Ctah becoming b "tier I
nforrnecl as to the conditions obtain
ing In he different sections and by
uniting In their efforts for the Jood S
all of our various communities Ths
can he done, fellow Kiwsnians bv o.
gauizatlonnnd co-operation And l'
may venture .he prediction heretha
s aVe hashh.d,h0
fi whad ,in opportunity of visit-'
Jh" visited bv every other
lKJ;anls n Utah will fak3o gSS
!?f forward, benefitting not only
Kinonians. hut the entire clUzenry "
lerwhVrW!!iL" part ' John-Cul-HaTo,dMlnVhSa3
th,rsM,nnic Warner, fio Twentv-
thlrd street, died yesterday at 3 a m
of infirmities incident to oil I aie 8ho
"born n England. Ma? if 85,
She had been a resident of the Cnl ed
ftatoe for AS years and had lived In
Ogden since 1882 Sh.- wa. the wife
of the late WillLm 9 Warnsr South!
two sons. C. 8. Warner and F 1 VI 1 1
Wr'wkift,vi e nd &rs7 3JS
Mm 72 I V1"' a t"orfie' m the- Offden
high school, and eight grandchlldW
She was a member of the Episcopal
In charge of Lindqulst undertakers.
FUNERAL HELD FOR
VICTIM OF TRAIN
Funeral service for James H fcfc-1
Km h cmplovc of the Southern
Pacific linos, at Wlnnemucca Nevada !
who was killed when hit bv a pas-
pnjrer train in the Union Depot vir.K
last VSednesda night were h"d toll
from the Kirkendall Mortuary Ser-1
gcea i were conducted by the Rev Hugh
Mrs Uetaln and children attended
Interment wat, in th. City cemetr
S. L. AUTO MAN
FINED $75 HERE
T R. Uuttery. Salt Like automobile
I man who resisted arrest by George
I Th so bold, county motorcycle officer
, when tho latter attempted to arrest
ihirn lor speeding on '.he state high
way about five weeks ago, wa.t again
arraigned In thu city court this morn
ing on a charge of speeding His coun
sel entered a plea of guilty, for which
Judge d. R Roberts sentenced But
tery to pay a fine of $76 oi serve
(i a ys
SOFT DRINK SHOPS
RAIDED BY POLICE
I The police raiding oft drink foun
datlons lat night, arrested Charle.
Dcm. 47. operating a stand at 227
Twenty-fourth street and Toulc Plntcl.
4f, doing busluetw at 2444 Lincoln ave
nue. Both wte charged with having
liquor In their possession at tho 1 1 m -of
their arrest and were releasod bv
deiiosltlng a ball of J300 ouch. Neither
appeared Jn court thLs morning and th"
hall In each rruin was forfeited
LET CONTRACTS FOR
More than 80 contracts were award
ed to various school supply companh s
last night by the Ogdon city board of
education at a special mooting, accord
ing to an announcement made today
by Superintendent W. Karl Hopkins.
Th contracts call for school sup
plies of all natures but do not Include
AND GIN SEIZED
Arraignment of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Harris and
A. J. Burns Monday
Arraignment of James H Hart is.
23; Mrs James H Harris 24 and A.
J Burna, 42, arrested by feloral of
ficers when 20 cases of lmportS1 gin
were seized at 2614 Ilncoln avenue.
Is expected to tnke placo before t'nlf
'd States Commissioner Thonin-' J
The warrants have hc-n Issued hut
not returned, Commiesjone- Makinnls
Tho trio Is being held In the rltv
Jail for federal officer
Burna la said lo be Tub Branch,
who was arretted sover-'l months -go
at Truckee, Cal In connection with
the death of Mrs. Annie Boyls of
ogdon He m exonprated of the
The raid was mitle following the
Issuance of & Search and r.clEUre war
rant by Commissioner Maslnnls
In tho search of the house Ihi offl-
Cr fonnii flin tri,i I r, .. . 1
iu it b " Kl i'Ui'.'
in the bedroom, The llijuor was
transported firjm LoStAngOlCS lo Og;
den by automobile and si '"SjO
W'ednesday afternoon. Thr irlo will
be charged with conaplracj In viola
tion of the voletead act.
FOR OGDEN SUNDAY
Unsettled weather conditio m art
forecast for fo-alght. with posslbls
showers In Ogden and Vicinity, ac
cording to the United Stales weather
bulletin. Cooler temperatures me ex
pected Yesterday's official maximum tem
perature was ?! decrees with a min
imum last nlghr ot Cu dcgl I
I OGDEN DENTIST TO
Dr W H Petty, UKdr-n demist left
today roi- Los Vnjjclea. where he will
attond Ihe sessions ,,r inr convention
of the nation:.1 denial association The
conntlon will be held during the
week of July 17 Dr. Petty will be
none about three weeks
WHIPPLE WANTS TO
RUN AGAINST LODGE
.0ST0ii ,ul ' Sherman L. j
Wlilpplt announced, today that he was
a candidate for the Democratic nom
ination for United Statos senator "to
contest the re-election of Senator
Iodge 1 William A. Gaston had pre
viousl announced his candidacy foi
the Democratic nomination
"I have no illusions on the contest
upon which we are entering.' Mr
Whipple's statement declared Sena
tor Lodge represents In the senate the
power of monev interests. They will
fight to the Isst ditch to retain him
We osn win against such odd only
and because we are fighting right."
LONDON. July 8 (By the Asao- !
, c,,ited Press Chief interest in the'
; Irish situation for the moment cen
ters in operations In the Rlc-ington
dlPtrlct. south of Dublin in county
Wlcklow. owing to tho supposition
that Enmonn de Valera Is with ir-1
' regular forces there The Republi
cans tire tightly enclosed with a ring
. of national troops and announcement
of the final succeas of the govern-'
ment forces awaited with consll
j GERMAN EXPERTS
ON WAY TO PARIS
BERLIN, July 6. (Bj thi Asso
ciated Pnt,'.) n was aem I -officially
sta ed this afternoon lhal two Ger
man experts were going to Par i
Iday to nfK the re pa rn i ,r, - roron
or a moratorium by which German
would be able to spread the cash pa
nients over a longer period.
Notice I. 0. 0. F.
Institution of Ogden encampment
'tonight at 7:30. All members are re
quested to be present. y3D'i
61 MORE GO
BACK TO JOBS
S. P. Officials Now Claim
Total of 529 at
BlXty-one employes of the Southern
Pacific who walker out on strike Inst
Saturday returned to tholr posts on
the various shifts Friday, according to
an announcement made today bv of-
rici.-iiB of the company.
This number swells the total lo 620
men now at work In the shops Of
thl number 3t .i . n- iv employes
A nnounrument was made today th.v
new men were being hired as quickly
a a woKslblo to repinre those who fnileil
More, than no .er cent of ihe men
who walked out who are employed by
the- Oirden T nlon Rallwaj an. I Depot
company ha returned bo' their po t .
It Is announced Supt Harry Hell said
today that the employes who are still
on strike would have until 3 p, m to
feturn to their work or register Cm"
All trains were reported nn time
FOUR YEARS TO
BUM IIP DUBIIN
DUBLIN. July R -t.asiialt.i suffer
ed hv the National army In the recsn
'i.nflict in Dublin w, jrc s'.xten dead
and 1-2 wounded, an official an
I Architects estimate that H will ro
!qulre four years t. rebuild tli area!
devastated during the receiit fihiing
, in tho city, this not including repla
ment of the Kour criuri.-i build ag.
The Irish indepentieni suggests a"
ilriah loan of o.noo.ooi) pounds for re
', con.st ruct Ion.
WILL IS FILED
VKST PAIVl BEACH, Fla. July 8.
The will of the lae Richard Croak
er, the Tamman-, leader who died re
cently In Jroland. filed here today,
leave all of his property except $10 -000
to his wife Tho 10.000 bequest
kocs to his daughter, Florence, who la
referred to as the onlv ono of his chil
dren who retained affection for him
The will was drawn in Ireland In 1019
BROUGHT TO PEACE
HRRMO8ILLI. Sonora. Mexico July
The Toxjuls having been brought to
peace by successful negotiations in the
part of the government, preparations
are under way for putting under culti
vation large tracts of idle fertile lonH
In this state. A number of Amcrl
cans have crossed from Arizona during
the last few days enrouto to the Yaquls
valley region, where already numbers
of Americans are raisin? rV e and
SHE TRAVELS HALF
WAY ROUND WORLD
OMAHA. Neb.. July Traveling
half way around the world. Miss Helen
Anderson, a missionary stationed In
Korea has arrived In Omaha to at
tend tho golden wadding anniversary
of her parents. Mr and Mrs. Jarnos
Anderson of this ct 1 he celebration
is set for J uly 1 fi.
R. 0. T. C. SHOOTERS
CARRY OFF HONORS
CAMP LEWIS. Wash . July 8.
Making a score of X23 out of a pos
sible 2100, the rifle team of Washing
ton State college cadets carried off
high honors at the rifle meet of the rc
sere officers' training corps ramp
ben Competing teams represented In
cluded the University of Idaho and
Colorado 8chool of Mines.
AVIATOR LOST !
IN FOREST FIRE!
Calls for More Men Sentj
Out to Fight Serious I
SEATTLE Waah. July 8 Hoy.
lonis. a Ketohlkan, Alaska, aviator,
who hopped off hero Friday afternoon I
I for Bclllngham Wash., wsh mlsslnKj
today, it wos feared he was lost in
the smoke and haze of the forest fires
prevalent in western Washington. 1 n-1
dei ordinary condition the trip to'
MelllnKhum would have taken hlra less'
than t wo hours. ;
Calls for additional men to fiRhi
forest fires were bolng filled lodavj
i timber protective agencies of everj
county m Western Washington,
While cooler weather Friday dc-1
creased the Impetus with which the,
names hail I, ecu spreading. I he volume
ol 1 epo rta tr.m every forested area of,
tho iat- had aroused timber owners
and stato authorities to tho peril and
crews v. 1 1 . deink- .iiigiiicniid with all
1 ho men available.
imports' to Btatc Forester Fred E.
Pa ... late I rlday mKhl indicated thut1
no now blazes or eonse-qucuce Develop
ed Friday, although a number which
had originated during the pfccodlifi
days, gained propo'rtions which threr.t
I encd to break frcm nil possibility nfj
! control and to oat their way into)
stands of very nasi timber.
I Railroads also have added their men 1
0 he fighters. I
i: S III t 'Hi in I OLIjOWS
VICTORIA i: C., July s. Vancou
ver Islnpd fore-i five.-, continued burn"
me- today wl'.h new Impetus when the!
Comas joined with one burning out of,
Minsiea wreaking destruction on for-'
ests iiiihr-rtci untouched. With the
Wind at high velocity Fridav nl gh.
llva fighting became a hopeless task,
although everj available man on the
Island was in the service.
ixigcinp railroads in the lino of
; flames have ieon burned out nnd the
settlement of Campbell rfvor was
b ought into the danger zone today.
Six families were horn pleas as the re
sult or the fire which destroyed the
i..-in Baj asttleraenl Friday night. 1
LIGHTNING M 8ES 1 liti s
SPOKANE, Wash., July Wheth
er Friday night's rain Willi its light
n.np accompaniment chocked, or ,ig-!
I grAvated forest, r 1 ea in this district'
;w.ia nn open uuestion toilrtv.
lightning adds to the number of cues
J each time unless followed by a heavy
downpour Friday night's ra,n was
quite light In and about Spokane and
was preceded by .1 30-mlle nn hour
! wind Spokane h.,d been without rain
for 29 successive days.
j LAUGH AT TAFT
ABERT'EI-TN'. Scotland. July 8. (By
I th Associated I'ressl Much merrl
I ment among the undergraduates of
Aberdeen university marked the oca
demtc ceremony at which Chief Jus
tice Taft received ih degree of doc
tor of laws Friday. When he was
ehown to a seat the student shoutod:
"Two seats for Bill!"
83 YEARS OLD
TA RRYTCWN. N T . July 8 John
I. Rockefeller w.s SJ years old today
Friends said his birthday celebration
would be unusually unlet because of
the recent death of his brother. Will
lain Rockefeller For several years a
bond lisa rod from here to serenade
him In his Pocantlco hills homo. Ills
program called for a game of golf In
tho forenoon and an automobile ride
In tho afternoon.
Reduced Round Trip
Fare to Colorado
Via Denver & Rio Grande Western,
effective July 12th and dally during
summer: $36 10 to Denver, Colorado
Springs, Pueblo and roturn Stopovers
allowed all points Final limit, Oc
tober 31st. 9365
SALESMAN $AM Business Threatens to Go Up With a Bang BY SWAIN
r-rgsr s A
W CANT !e ftW use OF TB 5AM YOO GUYS' Tv LONGER V fWW
f "RCSE BLMLKHKNDtf KFEPlNC M W PKOr W' iTORt w' WORbt BOilMeSb VJ1LL GE.T M
tj7v to arL S in m FWon novo about Jkz
30 VOU THINK YOU'RE. Y WELL, ITS VI AH, TMaT r lVJF . Mc . " , A
NECE55RY TO KEEP ONCH OUR rL J,, A 'sV ' fy
BUiWES?) GOING, EH-VOU &U31NE5!, lb J W VG0 HNCH - VJE'LL MjDW ffcff
HWL VOCRbELP &OlNfiZ Iff V0UK H BU51HESS UP ( fitfyte
DON T VOU ? X OOWN PND rcy. ) A FOR , OU - LOAD UP A J
: .1 5 oi. 1 JJi r" ,
Morton j.ia O'Neill; Hoytje
I FREE DANCE I
J SATURDAY NIGHT
I UTAH HOT I
I SPRINGS I
I SPECIAL CAR SERVICI
Cars Leave Ogden as j
H Saturday SttncUg
9 00 7:00 m
I1 ' Last car leaves Spring!
for Ogden at 11:30 p m m
ROUND TRIP 20c
DANCE WITH THE
Admission only 30c
1 1 -
; Becker Presents
of Former Mayors
Six former mayors of Offden,
FronK Francis, present mayor
Ogden City and Tho Standard
Rxaminer. this morntnc received
unusual gifts from Q L. Becker.
The gifts wero enlnrged and
framed photogrnphs nf tho seven
city fathers who gathered togeth
er at a luncheon given by Mr
Becksr at his Ogden plant on
Friday, June 9. to delegates of frie.
United Commercial Travelers'
convention and his friends.
The photogroph was taken by
Floyd A. Tlmmermnn, Standard
Kxaminer staff phutographer. Just
after the seven mayors had
finished luncticon at the plant
and were hob-nobblns: ovor past
and present municipal affaJrs The
i photograph is considered unusual
In that It Is seldom that seven
mayors of tho city gather at ono
Those In the photograph are A.
G Fell. Samuel Brownlnpr Alex
Brewer, Dr. E. M. Conroy. H. FI.
Spencer. M. 8. Browning and
Mayor Frank Francis.
Members of Ogden lodge,
No. 719, B. P. 0. E. will
hold a midsummer dance
Wednesday evening, July 12,
at the Hermitage grove
pavilion. Members can1
secure invitations for their
friends from the secretary.
j LEGAL NOTICES
Aero Cushion Inner Tire Compnnv cor
ner Twenty-ninth street and nnloh aVe
I nne. Ogdon, ftuh
Thero are dllniuent upon the follow -
in described stock on account of assess
( iiient levied on tho 1 5th dav of ilai- 19''
I rho several amounts sot opposfto the
' names of the respective shndehold-ra a
I Name Cert x0
No Slio:c Amt
, Rick Dp Brrnadrl . 3R lo nn
O c. Burgess . . r,4 so hot
Wm Bnxwell 7S 5 2 60
N E Boer n 75 37 Sn
!C L. Bluett .151
IM 125 Kfl
T H;. Depp 26 n
, J i60 12&.00
J D. Finn j 1 Kft
I Mrs. Tv. A. Fairbanks 2il 25 12 6ft
TfDhlno Fcrrsro 269 1 nn
! 11 .1 and .7. L. Gar 8J
'nrf 51 10 6.00
1 c. M Hoover ..... 4
X. J Harris . l "l
C J. A Ltndsulst 76 is "fio
: .-I H. L.i Motto. ..M2 I 2 60
, l.lHiithouae . . .219 19 Z ik
;Unqulst & Warner U fi ia'S
! O Madsen 128 i iVE.
j Kd Robinson . 34 f G nn
lloward Bnyder M in ,f29
Robert WoodhaVf . 94 5 lll
Wlllls.ni AVcbatr' 206 5 lfU
And in scoordancs with Uw , amnvl
hares of each parcel of .took . ,nav 1
hCSMt7 will he SOId at the office o-bo
,.ompan. corner Twenty-,,!,,,,, a
1 nlon avenue, cifrdtn ilth S . 1
lm1 -asss-e'nt x)Ztj
J lhothe coe, o, rtiltfifiZSA
a FRKD J. VICKS
h.cretary aero Cushion Inn-r Tlrrn
pony. Corner Tw.nty-ninth T end SSSSZ
Avenue, OR'tr-n, T'tsh d 1 nlon
THE COOLEST PLACE hWK
j LAST TIMES I
I THOMAS K
IN HIS BEST PICTURE J L
"The Bachelor f
Mark Twain II
in THE AUTHOR SERlgJH
! fnminp TomoipiyH
Q Gparamoiwl yH
on the Ml
Roaring n I
ADDED FEATURE I
IN HIS LATEST I
IT'S BRAND NEW
Dance at Ogden's Ideal RchiP
HERMITAGE PARK .j j
Ogden Canyon, every night CXIE
Sunday. Admission 25c.
FREED ON $50 BlV
Charles Ifcrs. ."fi '. on re of ' !S-F
r, of Tremonton, w:is .'Jl
nlgt by County Mit,,rrycle 'J"
Gcorge Theobald 11 .1 charge H
less driving. Hess furnished bH
50 to Jn-iim hi r P'" 1 ranee laP1,
city court at a later date. m
against fles and declares that OH
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pavemcnl Smith sa ' I sfraaB
car head on and dei , i . sH
repair The car wis a light r0jHj
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badly damngi-d. '.' wis r.-)..r!'iHL"
on was injured I
Porto Rico or ., . 1 nearly bj
uon.oon cnr" in 1910.
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nights rolled Into one! BSK
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deal tricks. Bent music i" ( "aj?
Trains every P- 'B
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per passenger. i