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1 Hfc. UGULN S 1 ANTMRD-kAiiINER WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 192U.
IOHIO CSTY HOST
TO GREAT CROWD
Thousands Flocking in to Hear
Harding's Speech Will Tax
Facilities of Marion
MARION. O., July 14. For tho sec
ond day In succession Senator Hard
in; today eluded himself from visi
tors and continued tho writing of his
speech of .iccrptanec Satisfactory
progress, it was understood, la being
made In the preparation of tht speech
nd he hopes to have it completed
ivlthin a few days.
In order that he can jrive his com
plete attention to It, no engagements
are being scheduled for the next few
1-lans arc actively under way for
the feeding and lodging of tho nor
moua crowds which arc expected to
visit Marlon on notification day. July
22. D. P.. Crlaslnger, chairman of (lie
local committee, In charge of these
plans, announced today that arr.-ngc-I
ments had been made with churches
and lodges to servo meals while num-
erous quick lunch stands will le
cd under the committee s supervision.
It is estimated the restaurants oan
feed from eight to ten thousand per
I sons that day while a local sau&ape
manufacturer has agreed to turn out
I ten tons of welnerwursts for the isl-
tors' consumption if necessary.
I While houilns facilities here are
I inadequate to care for all visitors cx
I pected. a canvass shows l.uOO looms
I in private homes to be available
I Many delegations are expected to
I motor to Marlon and arrangements
I have been made for clo.ilng certain
streets for parking purpose.
After devoting the forenoon to his
speech, Senator Ilardins; today on
fc rrcd with A P, Moore, publisher of
I the nttshurgh Loader, who said ho
I thought the nomination of Governor
I Cox. as the Democratic presidential
I candidate, assured the senator's elec-l
I lion. He also said he Feared no ill
B effects from the formation of a third
B party, declaring, in his opinion. Its
I strength would be drawn principally
I from supporters of President Wilson,
THE W HI"
The elixir of a child's love and its
power to straighten the viewpoint of
men and women whose outlook on life
has become distorted will l demon-'
strated at the Alhambra theater, to
morrow only. whn Mar Pickford ap
pean In "Pollyanna." In a return en-,
Theie is nothing more convincing
than Miss Plckford'3 characterisation
in this photoplay, She does no; mi n -ly
act the part oi a 1:1. le Klrl she Is
a little girl. Her worn in Pollyanna"
indicates that she hat le voted un
limited time to the Study of children,
for there is no small characteristic
which has escaped her
As Pollyanna Whlttler, Mary Pick
ford quickly erlna Iwr way to the
hearts of tho-".- who watch the play
and succeeds in holding their deepest
sympAihy until thr very last flicker
In the llnal fade-out
The pranks played by Pollyanna
furnish unending fun Those with''
whom she comes In contact think It
grange that thin little girl id able o
le glad no matter w hat happens. Her
unusual philosophy wins many friends,
and In the end, after she has been
badly hurt In an accident, those who
had held out persistently against her
f teachings and who needed the l-avn
of her philosophy the nio.n, Haw the
folly of their ways and the "glad
name ' DSCame a part of their llvi -
I TEN THOUSAND OIL MEN
NEAR TAMPICO ON STRIKE
WASHINGTON, July H Ten thou
sand petroleum field hands around
Tampico have struck, according to re
ports received by the department oi
labor, industry and commerce and
private advices state the number oi
men Idle Is nearly twice that figure
The men demand a wage increase
amounting to 76 per cent.
The strike will affect United States
interests more seriously than those oi
Mexico, according in interviews with
workers printed In the Excelsior
I COX CAMPAIGN MANAGER
LEAVES JAEST FOR OHIO
SAX FRANCISCO. July 14. Edwin
H. Moore, campaign manager for Gov
I cmor James M. Cox, of Ohio. Demo
cratic presidential nominee, departed
for his home at Voungstown, O.. 10
day with Wilbur Marsh, treasurer oi
the Democratic national committee
Mr. Moore recently experienced a
nervous attack hut recovered qulokjy.
: Mr. Marsh will attend the meeting DC
the Democratic national committee at
Dayton. July 20
LAST TRIAL SPINS OF
YACHTS BEFORE RACES
NEW YORK, July 14 Resolute and
and Shamrock IV. contendere for the
greatest of yachting trophies the
America'" cup were being given their
finishing touches and the last of then
trial spins today in preparation of the
first race tomorow Both craft ap
peared In fine trim
THE SERVICES OF MR.
J EMIL FARNLAND, OG-
1 ARTIST, HAVE BEEN SE
CURED FOR THIS WEEK
I BY OLIE REEVE'S JAZZ
I: ORCHESTRA. OH, BOY,
I SOME MUSIC, ALL THIS
1 WEEK AT THE HERMIT-
I AGE WITH A BIG EN-
1 LARGED ORCHESTRA OF
I NINE PIECES FOR THURS-
DAY NIGHT. DANCE
I WHERE ITS COOL AT THE
j HERMITAGE IN OGDEN
TO SPEND SUMMER HERE.
John S i'err and family of Snlt (
Lake, have moved their residence to
Ogden canyon, where ihev Will fpemi ;
Members of the I'ast Noble Grand
I club and the Queen Esther City Re
bekah ledpe win hold their annual
picnic at lagoon on Thursday.
fiORIN FARR PICNIC.
Members of the Sunday school de-
partment of the Flrit Presbyterian
Church are enjoying the afternoon at
the Lorln K irr park today A big pic
nic lunch was taken to the park b.v
! the adults and sandwiches, cake, cof-;
1 fee, salads wafers and candy will be i
I enjoyed to the fullest extent, after an
I afternoon spent In game and social i
WHITE ROSE CLUB.
Mrs Rose Daj will hp hostess to
the members of the White Rose
Thursd.iv ifternoon at her home. All
the members are Invited to bo prcs-i
LADIES' AID SOC IETY.
Mrs A. Muller will entertain the
j members of the Ladles' Aid society at
her home, S06 Dorter avenue. Thurs-1
1 day afternoon Mrs Muller will bo
.assisted li Mrs 1 '. 11 Millet Mrs D.
E. M Kent. Mrs. B Reardon and
Mrs. W W .Wilson
RETURNS PROM SALT LAKE,
Mrs. Ben Tyree has returned from
Salt Iake. where she took part In a
1 musical production
RETURNS TO HOME.
Mrs George Rrawnson. formorh,
; Mies Arlene Nichols, has returned to
her home in Emmett. Idaho, after
visiting In Ogden at the home of her!
j parents and at the home of her sister.
Mrs. Ben Tyres
China has started buying enormous
luaniitlcK of wearing apparel In Eng
land, but Is also preparing to manu
facture on a large scale.
jj A 0000 Hfy TO TKAM
II I U . m
Lingerie Ribbons f
c lingerie ribbon, dotted pattern. 7
B w 1 1 1 1 e on)), in wi.hh 1, '., 2 Val I
fue.es 10 50c bolt Spccfal, each"
? bolt . 20c S 1
a M.';fn Floor
flXoiles in flow, ied patterns, etc. 1 H
f.nches wide up to 79c values good'
j washable material Special for one
B hour yard
Ma n Floor 4S!
1 Ratine 38 Inchet wide a beautiful !
rneai ; . do e woven fabric for suits'
skirts jackets, etc. white onh isl
frame for, vard fu-"
jj Main Floor
9 Men's Rubber Collars
2 Men's rubber collars Challenge!
bland A good washable collar tie!
? Hw' ea s 55c valuei Sale"
Meu: Shop X9J
jj 10 TO 1 1 M jjj
Fancy Ribbons l
Fancj ribbon in light and (jnrk co) H
?orf. Extra pood rtuallty; attractive-
(patterns for making girdles bagel
etc. alues to $2. a yard . 59'
j Table Damask (
Mercerized Damask clothe, size 64x1
j64; good weight in a beautiful Imel
of patterns S3. 75 values for 80 Or I
t Main Floor -i!.
jj Men's Union Suits
f Men's athletic union suits, mode of"
i'LKnST,rrqUa,!,y nalnsok. sizes U to!
5 to 0 r. h.
j Men's Garments
:?L D S. garments, made of a fine!
I j White lisle knit; cut to fit 12 "tI :
va.es. Sale price ...... S1;7ll
z Uownatairs c
1 to a p. m.
1 Women's Neckwear f
5 omen's neckwear, newest stvies? !
A In vesta collars, .-te; real laces inl
' I Irish filet val venise. Values to flO f :
Tuaeah silk. 33 inches wide, in plnin I
fand Jacquard weaves, a big line off I
2 patterns and colors. $1.50 values? 1
lfor' ard j si.iofi
I Main Floor f .
; I Men's Handkerchiefs 1 i
I Men':-, linen hankerchiefs. a gondii
f quality pure linen handkerchief ; 75c
rvalues. Sale price 49 !
0 TO 10 A. M.
Novelty silk handkerchiefs fori I
, I women and girle: nlfr. patterns andf
Z combination of color Regular 355;
lvalues Special 2 for . 19fl
Mr: In Floor
fSatin royal, 33 inches wide. A newli
I fabric thla season, made of silk andl
Icotton in all the most wanted sportl
; 'colors. f 2 25 values for, per1
iyard - 81.45S!
Men's Bath Suits
I Men's bathing suits, heavy cotton! 1
"ribbed, black trimmed with red. $2
I value Sale price S1.50a
a TO 3 P. M.
Boys' Bath Suits
I Boys' bathing eults.. heavy cotton I
"ribbed, maroon color trimmed with!
(white. 80c values. Sale price 50c
j Come and Spend the Day oS v Read the List Carefully j M
i There are items here every hour that will be want " Wtto "S", Please note at what hours the various items are 'k "
P ed by prudent shoppers. Come early and spend - v "y'vT ''on sale The bell will ring at the beginning of F H
i the day. You'll find shopping very comfortable in A COODVLACE TO TRADB , each hour. The advertised items will be sold only
! ! this big, cool store. at these times. f
j kiP bIS ! f
Tomorrow: Ten Bargains Every Hour of The Day 1
j 9 to 10 A.M. 10 to 11 A.M.
I Voile Waists Sateen Petticoats
y Fifty while voile and organdy White ralccn petticoats, paneled
0 waists thai sold regularly to $2.50. both front and biick Our regular
A Your choice, taeli 7oC petticoat 3 75
r Second Floor Second Floor
1 Crisco Canned Tomatoes
f Crisco, the perfect grease for cook- Fawn brand t'tah tomatoes Bach
Ing. The one-pound cans, three ton can con'nin- one pound and 12
i parson; 3 cans for SI. 00 ouncea Pbese are si I Utah to-
Q Downstairs niatoep, perfect in ever' way. Two
I . Muslin Gowns no, ,llr: 25'
a oinc-n s muslin gow n.', made of
5 splendid quality muslin; slipover HoUSedreSSeS
h and button front style. You cannot W),m,.n hou8e maae of
9 buy the material for the prices. ;, I M,i..,M qualltv gingham and per-
9 ues to ?2. Special...... S1.00 cale; all splenoid models; all Bises;
t Second Floor iJghl and dark values to $4 5u
Breakfast Sets special. si.75
g Breakfast sets in assorted slsea and 3econd Floor
I in color-, plain blue, pink and HUCK Towels
'rir'7 0ur P'45 v:,lu,s Snec!al- Cotton buck towels In size 15x31,
1 this hour, only S2.10 erfth . . - J ) 1 . H,,-, ,.re Bplen
I Downstahja did Land towels 25c value Special.
k Play Oxfords houi onjJ i9r
I Children's brown play oxfords, elk Downstairs
9 soles, scufft-r 5t le; Bises 5 to 10 T.itrta fipntc hnc
1 verv serviceable. ?2 values From a . , .f V "OCS
? 10 10 'ClCkDownsia.Va S1- anoxK; lZ Tl
Pony Stockings ' , , , s?3'39
2 lT ?2 lr yArir ,bl " k M- J- B- Coffee
i only, medium weight, ribbed, lni u ,
I boy, and girls, sizes 6 to M 1 . ' , 1 " f offfJ r"und va'Jni
1 valiit Extra special 49- Pked 1 pound can 55i
Main Floor 'MnlnH ' $269
Crash Toweling Pillow Tubing
0 .,'r si evcn.s er;t.h lnvvehns in , . ,- ... , 0
Z bleached or unbleached guaranteed aniJ B' J r?illV u - n': m ox"
9 all linen, for roller towels. et For V" qT '' n'r' "" va,,:efl
! one hour, yard 29 Special tor one hour, yard 72 C
2 ' Main Floor Main Floor
2 to 3 P. M. 3 to 4 P. M.
White Wash Skirts iJJKSSL '
1 While wash skirts, gaberdine cot- r pongee-Dot loaded-long and '
f ton charmeurte and cotion serge. short sleeves Rcgu,ar ?5 95 va)ueP
- Regular $5 95 skirts $4.25 Choice. S4
j Secncl Floor Second Floor DU
Cut Glass Jelly Tumblers
a Cut glass, luavy clear crystal Jelly tumbler.- full size, medium
blanks, decorated wnh heavy me weight table sl.i.p. tumblers, holds
r ieor euttings, Rugar and creamer, 9 ounces Fold without caps 75c
bon bon dishes, spoon trays, etc. value Special, dozen .... 55c
f Values to $2. for 9S Downstairs
1 n.-?7?2 Silk Sweaters
(jrirlS DreSSeS n -SWc lii.r,. and lighi weigh'
2 For all ages, 2 lo 11 years. Hand- jr'rsev Bweaters in all Ihe nnv
M some new dresses or voile and or shades; late:.! models Values to
Z gandy. Ruffle and sash trimmed ?19-50. Special S9.95
styles; all new shades; some white t Second Floor
I dresses lace trimm( d Values to Fi")Pr Sllil Cjkspc
112 50. This hour 4 95 ni OUll VBBCB
i Second Flour r .bre ,r, , h, brown color
only, and in the 24-inth size. These
White PetticOatS le mat1e on xnt teel frame Our
I Women's white muslin petUcoata, "B Trtu. ttto tamr S2.45
with neai embroidery flounces as- wwnstaiM
sorted patterni,. Our 175 values Men S OXIOrdS
1 this hour, e.o ;, SI. 45 Men'fl oxforda shoes and sandals,
Downstairs brown paieni . nd canvas Values 10
2 riirl Qhnpc J"J Sold onl' tvom 3 to 1
I A VXiriSs onueb o'clock i qc
9 Growing girls patent and cun metal Downstairs A''0
Mary Jane slippers; sizes 11A to i,t j ik.T 1
I 2 and IVt to 7. Values to J6 F'rom iVladeria NapkinS
Pi I to 3 O'clock S3. 89 Hand made madcria napkins, beau
Downstairs tifully embroidered on splendid
Children's Parasols 5SSaT4e
r Children's summer parasols, dainty Main Floor
lawns in floral designs, colors are Miielin Qlioofc
f pink, blue green and pongee Val- W1UBUI1 OlieeiS
X ues to $1.85. Extra special gl QQ 250 Bhe 1 in good sturdy quality
Main Floor ' made of pood muslin without dresa
t-, 4 m m ,T ng; sin 81x9u For one
1 Embroidered Voile bom si. 95
$2.95 imported embroidered voiles Main Floor
in beautiful embroidered patten PatlPV MpqIi Vmlc
2 and dots 2 21 T .. 7
Mam Floor Fancy mesh veila finished with
. band to fasten around neck; good
Embroidery EdgeS variety of colors V, r special 59
Narrow embrolderv edges and In- . Ma,nnor
c senions. suitable for trimming chii- Lingerie Crepe
I dren s clothes, underwear Special. Lfngerle crepe 30 Inches wide, tha'
good lonf wearing kind; white only.
Main I loor 45c values for. vard 33.
Yard Wide Satin 0 rw5L,f?i
BaUns 38 inches wide, heavy welghl liOyS JrvnaKl 1 antS
(soft mellow finish; one of our best Boys khaki knickers, made of 4
full line of colors. $5 50 value good khaki cord, full cut $1.25 val
(tor 84.25 ues, sale price S5
Main Floor Downstairs .
' I ' i 0 0 W 1 ) mmum ( -mWrnmy 0 Wmm ( ) ) flB9 1 ' -mM Wm- ( ) mmm ( mmm- ( mmWm O
A school in which the can
ning of fruits and vegetables
without the use of sugar is
now ben.g conducted. We
have secured the services of
a very competent expert can-
i ner The class i3 being con-
I ducted without, cost for the
benefit of ouv customers. All
of the modern methods in
canning are being taught by
actual demonstration A
I kitchen has been arranged in
tlu cool Downstairs Store.
Classes begin every morning
I at 10 a. m Everybody is wel-
Lunch Time j
The Hour Sales will keep
jmany customers here over
' lunch time. Provisions have
been made to serve delight
; ful little luncheons to all
who want them. The cost is
very snall. Various kinds of
sandwiches, some hot dishes.
home made desserts, our own 1
good ice cream, hot coffee,
! tea, milk and fountain
! Tomorrow again. The hand-1
somest silk shirts of the sea
! son at lest than wholesale
1 pnees. Pure silk fabrics,
handsome mannish patterns.
All sizes. Shirts priced up to
$15. Women who know good
I silk values are picking them
j out for their men folks, $6. 75
These removal sale items are
attracting hundreds of buy
ers to the Downstairs Store.
We are planning to move all
shoes to the Downstairs
Store. Those still upstairs arc
to be closed out at . . . $3.95
There are a hundred pairs of
these. Vom'.m's newest ox
fords, newest pumps, French J
and military heels. Opera
and colonic1 styles ; patent
leather and kid. Values to $5
To move out at. . ... S3.95j
Probablj one hundred and
fifty pairs of these all sizes
are in the lot, although not
in every style. Pumps and
oxfords n values to $9. Plain
and military heels. Turn and
welt soles ; black and brown
vici kids. Otoice at. . S5.95
Here are some of the hand
somest shoes of the entire
year. Pums and oxfords, one
eyelet ties, black, brown and
gray; all styles of heels
high French, military and
Dutch Louis Some are the
finest hand turned soles.
Values to $12 On sale $7,95
1 1 to 12 A. M. 1 to 2 P. M. j 11
Organdie Dresses Women's Suits i 1 1
Organdie dresses, white rose, or Women's Jersey suits, light and ? KM rji
Chid bill! i ink. lavendar, etc., dark colors. A splendid suit for all 1
which sold regularly to around wear. Values to $45.00 ft A ly
.. S9.95 $18.50 ?
Second Floor Second Floor i k ijW
Wash Boilers Cups and Saucers M
,,ari11 Duucis Caps and saucers, plain white1 semi- i m-
I Wash boiler. t Lisk 2X heavy char- porcelnin first quality warp; stand- S mv''
y oil 'in siac?. 'i steel rod around ard fa shapp Tho sot of six. recu- I PWl
top, 14-ounce copper bottom. Thy lar $1 60 Special s'-j oq
large aise S3.95 Downstairs I I
I,07 ta'r.9 Muslin Skirts j J
Bust Conf inerS Women's muslin skirts, made of H U
Women's bust confinors and bras- splendid Quality muslin trimmed
siores in large sizes; made of gooi w,tn wide flounce of lace or embroi f HT
quality material, trimmed with lace aeT. 3 values. Special 81.45 rj i ll
and embroldcn-. Values to $3. Second Floor -
Speclal - 95 Dresser Scarfs I B
Second Floor ,Jrr.,:,r BCarf- n lgxfi0
Bungalow Aprons gg &ftgl 1
Women's bungalow aprons in as- inis nour only, each SI 4" 3
sorted slz. s and dark colors. These Downstairs to I
are some of the very latest styles. T.nn o J m 1
our $2.75 values, .his hour Women s Suede Ties I I
only S2.45 Women's brown suede ties, covered B Tji'
Downstairs Ix)uls heels, all sizes and widths. M U t '
1: 1" - (ff,..red onh from l to ? Brf"
Women's Fine Oxfords 2 S9.50 0 ml
Women's patent Ixuis heel oxfords. Hrst Hoor ? ,
Ighl and Peteres make, .ill sizes LiUX, the N GW S03P i H
,,nd widths. ?11 values From lljo Lux A wonderful so p produci for -mWWv r
12 o clock ... S10.50 all fine laundering Limited 5 to a i .f
First Floor customer. 15c size, extra sne- (
cial I L
Garments i Mainpiooi . ( f j;
I l S garments, t,ummc-r weight; FigUTed VoileS mJ'
. spring needle weave, bleached only, FfiUrrfJ ?0 t 9 l
: - 510 value. I-x.nspe. good new stock! large assortmen" B
c,al ,;' SI. Oil Special, vard . . fso 9 I
FirstFloor Main Floor Z I ,
f? i I
4 to 5 P. M. 5 to 6 P. M. j W
Petticoats Wool Dress Skirts j Ms
Our regular $3 50 and $3 95 sateen Wool skirts, serge and plaid- navv o ,1
and heatherbloom petticoats, white black and color. Regular brieed in I I I
included. Your choice S2.95 $15 mt2c - 1J
Second Floor Second Floor " 57,5,5 Z WX
Fniit Jars, the clear glass Drey ClotheS Baskets j 1
Mason jar. with white metal caps CIths basket. Medium size basket I !
and rubber rings. $1 regular The made " 'rcated willow that Is I IjMl
dozen ... 85 lOUgh and durable- $3.50 values. Spe- f "
Downstairs clal SI 98 i 1 I
Summer Corsets wnstair, l
Women's sumnier corsets, made of (jrirlS Outing" Suits f ' I
splendid quality mesh material, me- Children's outing suits mada of 1 ,
dlum bust, long hips; all sizes $5 khaki material; bloomer'stvles 11 I
values. Special 82.95 sizes. Usual $5 values Sne I 1
Second Floor t jal S 95 2 1
Table Covers Second nodr "'I f
S??hSe Sreap?eVnd7d US coV Girls' Muslin Gowns i A
era. Our .3 25 values Special, this GWa muslin gowns in sizes i to 14 1 $
hour, only 2 95 years; "eatly trimmed These arc c I''
Downstairs ' our rePu,ar $1 values Special, this A
Women's Patent Ties hour ' each Down isi sii i 75 I jj
Women's patent one eyelet ties. ir.- t t- BJ
bab Louis heei,. v.-r snappy an omen s .New rumps .WWh
sizes and widths Regular $10 50 Women's paten colonial pumps
values. From t to 5 o'clock 7.50 wl,n hlack buckles, Louis heels I V
First Floor n '" hi and refers brand $15 val' tt-
Women's Unionsuits u From 5;?r86trk sio.ss
Woman's Munsfngwear union suits. T on i
loose knee, shell finish, band and LOng" Ollk GiOVeS
shell top, all sizes. $1 75 and $2. Women's Itfng silk gloves Niagara fi
Extra special SI. 19 Maid; double finger lips; pongee
Main Floor Kray and black onlv. sles 5 ) 6'
Pillow Cases 7 TJiJf ft Sl.bo j
Orient pillow cases, with nice deep MM3B t loor
hem; slsea 12x36 and 45x36. Regu- Turkish Towels i
lar 40C valuer each . 29c bletcne. Turklsh
. 1.. rujur nia(e of gOQd heav, abs0rbant cot- 1
JLaCeS DC Yard ,0n- double twisted thread. Special
Val and torchevn lacea and inser for one hour each gg f
tlon In pretty patterns for trimming Main Floor j
underw, ar, spai yard., 5o Baby Flouncings j
j xiriJ AT:i Bab' flouncing of fine Qualltv ba- i WjL
iara Wiae VOlleS tlste. Finished with scalloped edge Bfl
Voile 36 inches wide, made of a fine and ruffle, 27 inches wide. Values f Lrj-WH
soft tijiht twisted cotton yarn; suit- lo $2. Special, yard . SI. 19 i
able for dressts, waists, skirts . . Main Floor
""""SSs; 45 Colored Tabel Cloth
Children's Allovers 'ltSloS'Z ! It
Allovers for children, pood quality red and white, blue and white tan k ' HV
blue denim trimmed with red $1.45 and white. $1.50 value ' f0r 1 LVl'
values. Sale price S1.00 rd i o? ' i
Downstairs Main Floor ' j (