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SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1920. a (K,w. VI
I t LADIES SHOULD SEE THIS AND jj
I BIDING THE HUSBAND
I A BIG SCREAM
I ajgfj DOROTHY ;
I -f PiXif ;
4 DOROTHY GISH I II 11 III II 5 I
5 A Paramount-Artcraft Picture JJL 11 IJ J 11 11 11
t Her friends warned her that he was a devil among the ; j
X girls, but well, you know that pretty tale about "marry j j
to reform." j j
I J Then
ft FIRST A mysterious beauty with a black bag' An : .
5 erring kiss ! Flop ! ;
J SECOND An alluring manicure lady who Another ; .
t flop1 ; j
THIRD Enter Friend Wife! With her dander up and . j
all sails set! J
Now he's eating out of her hand1 ; j
J A picture so crammed with laughr it will leave you j
limp. 5 i
g Written by a woman. Directed by , woman Starring ; j
X the funniest woman on the 9creen. ' j
Bring HIM!!! 3 i
Hi !! ALSO SUNSHINE COMEDY
UTAH THEATRE time I
TEST LOT Gi
IN LENGTHY RUN
Stock Overland to Start From
! New York Tomorrow on
Coast to Coast Test
H A coast-to-coast dash, unusual in
R , history of automobile runs In this
Bj country, will bo started at midnight
on July 18th when a stock Overland
car will leave New York for San F'ran-
BBBBfl The run will be made by a relay of
drivers men who have never before
BBBBI snt (he wheel .f this The
M drivers will he furnished by Willys
BBBBJ Overland distributors. Each driver
will pilot theiur through the territory
H The purpose of the relay race Is to
H establish the eCODOmj and the stamina
H of the now light Overland car. In par-
BBBBfl tlcular. and the genera desirability of
H the light car not only for the tangle )
H traffic the city but for Cross-COun-
BBBBfl With that end in view, the
fl been removed as far as possible from
H the staged cross-country test run.
H There will he no expert drivers
H lake the through the entire run
H from New York to San Frani isco ex-
H tr-ctltiK mileage from gasoline that
H only an expert knows how to get.
BBBBB The mileage obtained from the fuel
be that which the average, or-
Binary driver can obtain.
BBBBI The 3300 milt run start at nilfl-
fl night of July lth regardless of weath-
H cr or other conditions.
H This drive is expected to estubllah
beyond iuetlon the claims light
cut manufacturers of the dawn of the
H in motor car construction.
B Every pos'ibi" condition of wreath
of roads. mud
H Mils, mountain passes, should he en-
H countered on this seven day drive. H
will he a test to detcrm'ne the stamina
H of any car regardless of size.
BBBBfl Pally reports of the-projrrcss of th'
H car and Its record of economy anJ
H RMinilna will be flushed to the factor)
ind to distributors and dealers througr
j Per Subscription and jvertilng
j Pcrartment, Call Phono No. 56.
i . A Room to let. Kelly & Herrick I
WHAT IS THE PEARL OF
Dr. Ray Palmer will preach Sun- ,
lay at 11 a. ro... at the First Baptist
. Lurch, ou the above topic
Ogden TjJMNflUMl House ror type
writers and repairs. 2422 Hudson Are. J
ogden Examiner, date of April 2,
1-920, vant4 ths office of Stand -iird-Ewmlner
Headquarter for berry eases, cups,
fruit boxes and baskets. Grout's Grain
ggpgi SSI Twenty fourth street. 2911
Phone to: for messenger.
Beautiful 9-piccc. dining room set,
uLino. other furniture. So. 3. Brown
m; AptS. '611
l will not be responsible for any
debts except those contracted by my
self. (Signed! GEO. M. SHIRLEY.
The Swiss government experl
BBBBfl n.entlng with compressed turf as a
Price Put At 25 Cents Per
I Cup: Apricots Appear; Utah
Tomatoes Next Week.
1 l tah tomatoes In S limited qiiantlt
I Will put In the:r appearance on the lo
, cal market next week - other vege
1 tables expected are green corn, and
I The tomato crop. It is reported, is
being delaved considerably due tojhe
i .. ness of the BSaaon, but Will be
much larger than last year's crop, do
I spile th- setback.
Raspberries, blackberries, dewber
! rles am d currants irre the new
Ismail fruits whibb have matured and
jare being offered for sale The firsl
'three mentioned are somewhat high
at present, selling nt 25 i-nts- per cup
I Lower prices are expected as the crop
Apricots were marketed thi morn
ing. Housewives who intend to can
this fruit are warned by grocermen to
get wli.it thev can 'arly. and not wait
for the lowering of prices. The crop
will be vrj short, t is reported The
pach crop, while not ready J el will
' also bo short
rta'n nev. potatoes are being offered
I at f and 7 cents per pound. In addl
' lion to the above named fruits and
I vegetables, there .is a large supply of
string beans, peas, turnips, carrots,
lettuce, onions and other vegetables
well as imported cantaloups and wat'-r
Ogden Young Ffian '
Dies in Colorado
Clifford Anderson, son of Mr", and
lira , J Anderson of 807 Twenty
third street, died at La Juntn. Colo.,
yastarda of peritonitis, following as
'operation for appendicitis. He hud,
Ibrcn working with his brother at La
He was bom in HuntsvUIe, Nov. 16, i
1892. Surviving him are bis parents
nnd the following brothers and sis '
tera, Lester, Walter, Mrs. v. l. All
red, Mra. C. Warren Wood, Mis Eva
I Auderson, Vernal. Ora John and
He was a member of the American
Legion. The body will be brought to
I Ogden today for burial, time of which
will be announced later by Larkin
; & Son.
Official in Ogden
J. D. McLcmoro, secretary of the.
South eastern Millers association with
offices at Nashville. Tenn . was In
Often yesterday renewing his ac
quaintance with B. L. Slack, Ogden
The South-eastern Millers associa
tion includes in its membership mills
eaat of the Mississippi river and has
a combined output of &1,000 barrels
of flour dally, said Mr. McLemore.
who remarked that Ogden is fast
gaining prominence as a grain cen
ter "The association is appreciating
more each year the milling value of
the Inter-mountaJn region "
CARD OF THANKS
We hereby thank our kind friends
who assisted OM during the slckneatt
and death of our beloved wife and
mother, and for the beautiful floral
offerings and words of mpth.
' John Kanmdtn and Family.
Killed When Hit
By Electric Car
Miss Inez .oynd, 21 year old. was
I instantly killed when struck by a
I north-hound Bamberger freight train
I yesterday at 2. 30 o'lock at a point
"between Kaysville and Farmlngton
! Every hone in tho girl's body was
j broken and she was badly mutilated,
I according to Sheriff C E. Malder of
Davis county, jjrho lnvetigated the ac
cident Lester Fayne of Ogden was con
ductor of the train and Frank Kunkle
of Salt Iike the motorman Miss
Loynd is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Loynd of Kaysville.
Sheriff Nalder reports that Bliss
Loynd had been picking cherries at
'the farm of C. P Hose of Farmlngton
She was returning home and was
I either walking nlong th' traek or was
! crossing the track The accident oc
i urred where !(! f is i sharp ur c
UTAH CROPS GO
Combined Condition Reported
106.3 Per Cent of Ten
According to flnires announced by
the Fnited States bjreau of crop es
timates yesterday the combined con
Idltlon, of all crops in Utah July I, was
per cent of the ten year average
for this state. The condition has de
clined eight-tenths of one per cent dur
ing Juno For the I nited States afe j
whole i he combined condition of all
crops on that date was 99 7 per cent of
the average. This was an increase of,
4 9 per cent during the month
The Figures were given out yester
day by Miner M Justin, agru 'Ittiral
I statistician for the bureau. The bu
reau also has some figures as regards
I prices on the farm, as follows
"The level nf rrlcps Pid producers
of the I'nited Statrs for the principal
crops decreased about 17 per cent
during June, in the past ten years the
j price level decreased about 0 3 per
cent ti irlng June On July 1 the in
'd' figure of prices was 20.6 per cent
I higher than a ear ago; 30 6 per cent
highe r than two years ago. and lo.1",
per cent higher than the average of
the past ten years on July 1
"The prices of meat animals hogs,
cattle, sheep and chickens to pro
ducers of the United Stales decreased
0.8 per cent from May 15 to June IE
In the past ten years prices decreased
I In like period 1.0 per cent On June
15 the Index flguf' of prices for these
meat animals was about 17.8 per cent
lower than two years ago, and 09 0 pet
.cent higher than the average for the
past ten years on June 15."
' The bureau estimates indicate that
I apples will prove the banner of the
t nation this year in point of produc
ition, the condition June 1 being 116 .
Jper cent of the average for the last
! ten years over Ue nation as a whole.
Fears sre next v.iih 1114 per cent
Spring wheat runs 106 8 per rent,
peachf.- luC",; alfalfa ha 104; pota
itoes, 103.2: sugar beets. 101.4; corn.
1 101; tomatoes. 100.9; winter wheat.
1 96.3 . prunes. 92 4; cotton, 88.6. and
'apricots, the lowest of the crops enu
merated, show s condition of T3 6
I Wyoming crop? ,as a whole, show
I he beet condition in the nation, with
I an average of 112.4. which v. as a gain
of 11.9 points since June 1 The hlch
est gain during June is Indicated in
1 Texas. 21.3, while North Dakota shows
ithe same gain as Wyoming, 11.9; Mon
tana's gain was 14.9, and the condl
tlon there la given as now IOC. 4 per
cent of the ten-year average.
I Other states in the western groups
show condition and change in p.-n i at
ageb as follows. Colorado, 107.6 per
cent, a gain duiing June of 2 9 per
nt; New Mexico, 100.6, a gain of 6.6;
Arizona. 100.6. a gain of 3.9. Nevada,
101, a gain of 0 6. Idaho 1U3.2, !
of 3.3. Washington, 94. 5. a gain of 2.5;
i iregon, 102.1. S pain Of 6 6, and Call
, lornla, 95 4, a loss of 0 4.
UNDERWAY IN CHI
CHICAGO, July 16. Another
political movement, the Liberal
party, was launched today by for
mer members of the Committee
of Forty-eight, who bolted from
1 hiii organisation. JudKf Arthur
O Wray. mayor of York. Neb.,
and Allen McFurdy. keynoto
speaker at the Forty-eight con
VSntlon head the new party.
It Is probable no presidential
ticket will bo named. It was said.
The meeting was confined to
those persons, some fifty to sixty
In number, who signed Its call and
all other Forty-lghters were e
cludcd from the hall.
lister Barlow, leader of th
World War Veterans, attempted
to make an address, but was In
vited to leave. He threatened to
call still another convention with
himself at the helm. I have
never seen so many nuts collect
ed tn Chicago a during the past
few days." Barlow declared as he
If oCurdy announced that the
principal purpose of the gather
ing was to oppose any attempt to
nominate Senator Robert M. La
Follelte for president and Wil
liam Jennings Bryan for vice
DALLAS. Texa. July It. Kev Dr.
J. Frank Smith of Dallas, for years a
prominent leader In the Presbyterian
church, l S. A., and at one time
moderator of that ch ir.-li, died at hU
honu- here late tonight
Dr. Smith suffered . n-r.ons ir-ak-don
about a year ago and nj in a
New York hospital fr sewral e.-k.
He returned here greflv i:nproed In
health but suffered a relapse last Jan
uary and since had teen confined to
I In the d ark and Indications w ere that
'Miss Loynd did not hear the approach
The motorman caught a glimpse 0
the Rirl and realized that stopping the
train in time was Impossible. He
sounded the whlstb' fr.mtlculh and
rang the bell, at the same time apply
ing the brakes. The girl did not turn
I he affirms, and the next moment had
been struck with terrific force, the
Impart hurling her down the bank
and causing instant death.
Sheriff Nalder immediately in vest I
gated the aeeldenl and decided that
'an inquest was not necessary. George
I Hrlggs. undertaker at Layton. took
'hirge of the body.
Miss Loynd is survived by her sis
ter. Mrs. Frnest Blood of Kaysvlllo.
a sister who lhes in California, and
a brother Edward Loynd
RATE RAISE TO
BE FELT HERE
Four Ogden Companies Will
Be Affected by Proposed
Vour lirge I gdi'n companies will be
subjected to a big incr"asi- in power
rates If the schedule for the service
of power to the larger customers of
the Utah Power & Light company pro
poseel by the power company go Into
effect. The revenue of the power com
pany would be about doubled over
that it Is now recejin- from such ser-
ice. ar-cordlng to an exhibit prepared
l by order of the public Utilities com
mission of Ftah and submitted es
terday In connection with the applica
tion for an Increase In power ratc3
1 now being considered by the comnus
I If the new schedule Is put in effect
I the eigden Portland Cement compan
I will be increased from $20,000 to 46,
1 000. according to the exhibit. The
I L'nlon Portland Cement company will
; be increased from 158,000 to 1142,000";
The Utah-Idaho Centra from $9r..
000 to $192,000 and the Ogden Pack
ing & Provision company from $12,
I Oud to $25,000.
The exhibit was prepared by R. H.
: Ashworth. rate expert repri'snt ing the
I power company, L p. Hockett, auditor
! for the commission .ind Hodge M.ir
I shall, assistant to the chief electrical
engineer, who ! agreement, repre
sented the power consumers
Their exhibit shows that tho actual
revenue derived hy the power eompuny
j from consumers of fifty horsepower
and over In 1919. was $2. i 1 3,239.71.
Had the proposed schedules been In
'effect, the exhibit shows, In accordance
I with what Is designated ;ls "Commis
sion Plan N'o. 1." the revenue to the
I company on exactly the same business
would Ire e I" n $ I, Si' ..Hi -' This
I Is an Increase of 102 per cent.
The exhibit also shows that if the
pieqpnl special contract now ui
jftre before the commission had no ef-
feet, and Instead all the power users
were on the present standard sched
j ules, the revenue to the eohtpanj
: would be $3,23706.90. an Increase of
I 31 per cent oxer the present revenue.
The revenue that would come from
ithe proposed sohedules, however,
would be 51 per cent higher than the
revenue obtained even If all the pow
er users were placed on btandurd
DIDN'T KNOW THEY
!W BE 50 TOUGH
Filming "The Sea Wolf"
Brought Him Into Contact
With "Hard Cases"
George Melford. the veteran motion
picture director, who handled the
(screening of The Sea Wolf" which
1 shows at the AlhambrS theatre begln
! nlng tomorrow, wai given a big scare
lone morning when he arrived at the
Ir.tudlo to work on the picture A race
I assortment of the toughest character.-
I ho had ever seen were awaiting him'
at the entrance. Pressed In sweaters 1
and dungarees, with unshaven md
scowling faces, tho surged toward
him as he approached. .Mr. Melford
recoiled a bit and expected to M -
knife or revolver flash out. but deem-j
Ing forced courage the best policy, he
continued his wa through the crowd1
ana Into the studio office
"Who are the gang of thilgs out-1
side" ' he asked the assistant director.!
"The looked ready to do me up for
a nickel. '
"I guess you mean the gentle groue
of seafaring men Pve gathered fori
"Wolf I-arsens crew, laughed the as-1
Blatant "You know you told me to I
get the toughest Mrda I could find. 1 1
I think I'VS found them."
" You certainly hvc." said .Mr. Mel
ford grimly. "Walt until Ueery sees
N'oah Beery plays the role of "Wolf"
: In the picture nnd has several rough-and-tumble
fist fights with his crew,
lit Is to Beery's crodlt that there are I
no "pulled punches" ln the film and
that he ts easily the physical master
Of ;my of the hnrly "extraa."
Van Men Canning Co.
Amends Its Articles
An amendment 10 the articles of In
corporation of the Van Alen Canning
company was filed ith the secretary
'Of state through its officers. E. K. Van
I Alen. president, and F. Rudiger.
If provides that the 70.000 treasury
(rhares of Hock nay not be sold with
out the consent of a majority of the
outstanding MjOM shares of stock, ob
Jtalned at a stockholders' meeting
S. Abbott Magmnis Gets Hon
orary Degree from Bolivia
1 1 :
s. .bboit Maglnnls.
Samuel Abbott Siaginnll smi of Mrs.
Letla A M.iginnis of Ogden who Is now
minister to Bolivia has had conferred
j upon him the degree of honorary
'lawyer by, the University of Chuqulsaca
.the oldest Institution of higher learn
I log In South America. The degree has
I been conferred but on.'o before, on
the present president of Uruguay, Bai
I tazar Brum.
The letter conferring the it"gree by
the "i niversldad Mayoi de S;m STrah
I clsco Xavler of ChUQUisaca" follows:
"The university council bars .lssem
hled together In extrarodinary ss-,.-.n
and has unanimously ds Ided to con
fer uion your er.cclleney the title of
I honorary lawyer of this University,
j bearing In mind your very hlgll merits
'and as a. proof of sympaihy of t.ie
j educational elements of this eity to
I wards your person, who. Interpreting
the Ideals of Justice and liberty of your
country, has sympathized with '.he
"On transmitting to you this resolu
tion by which you are incorporated in
the 'I' niversldad de San Francisco
Xavicr" with rank of honorary lawyer
I I beg to inform you that the diploma
1 interpreting the thought of the uni
versity will he sent to you at La l'az."
Police Raid Chinese Estabhsh
lishment on Lincoin
That the campaign recently Inau
gurated by the board of city commis
sioners to eliminate professional
igafbbllng among 'hlnese is being rigid -!
ly carted out by the police department
was made evident last night when an
alleged R-.imbling house at -t G 2 Uncoln
! aVenue was raided and three celestials
j taken into custody The men charged
1 with gambling Were Jim Han. Charley
j K 11 ti and Tom Lee.
Detectives W A. Taylor and Walter
I Moore' were the arresting officers.
J The poUee say that las: night's ram
(was the fourth attempt to arrest In
dividuals at i49t Llnfcoln aVSnue,
which i allegfil to be a systematically
organized gambling resort.
Dctectle Walter Moore, telling of
the raid this morning sld.
"officer Taylor and myself entered
the house and listened utside a door.
The clinking of coins could easily be
heard. After listening for a mlnut"
or two. we demanded that the door tie
opened. Upon receiving no compli
ance to the request, we turned tne
knob of the door. Jim Ham. one of
the occupants of the room, opened the
door nnd upon .-eeing w ho was peeking
entrance, attempted to shut the door
In our face. We pushed the door open
and entered and caught two Chinamen
whom among a number of others,
were making an effort to crowd
through a doorway, eine was carry
ing a sack of silver coin slung ovir
one shoulder. Others escaped to an
other part of the house, where they
apparently started waahlng dishes,
sweeping and performing Other menial
"Directly under the rays of power
ful electric light, was a table, upon
which cards were scattered about."
Moore's utory was corroborated by
Detertlve W. A. Taylor. The Chinese
were released upon payment of $oi
Tho case will come before the city
court Monday morning, the officers
said. City Attorney Wade Johnson will
represent the city In the case.
The case of, Charley Sloan. Mayor of
Chinatown, and Jane Doe. a nsgress,
who were arrested charged with S
statutory offense Is also eiISI led to
come before the city court on Monday.
Scouts to Make Night
Trip to Mountains
Scoutmaster Delbert Foulger of
Troop 16 together with scouts of tne
troop will hike to Mulun's hollow this
evening where they' will pitch camp
for the night. Tomorrow morning an
oyster stew bre.1kf.1st wifl t the re
ward for the hiker.
Next Thumday evening a meeting of
the troop will be held ln the Tweitn
ward at which time thanks will be ex.
tended the people of the ward fur
their assistance in the rtccnt drive.
LAST TIMES TODAY
RIO GRANDE I
From the Famous Play by Augustus Thomas
a'"SBssESiifliES8MfcM-. sfrw--.. j s
Emerson Hough's Great Story
"The Sagebrusher" J
The Picture You Will Alviyi Remember
OGDEN THEATRE M
PICK OF 'EM ALL COMINC SOON .
"Jess Call Me Jim," "Butterfly Man," "-5 Minutes From Broadway" "The jH
Deep Purple," "The Fortune Teller," "Virgin f Stambout."
Arimgton G. Jones Returns
From Fishing Trip and Suc
cumbs Within Week
Arlington Goodale Jones, Ogden
tailor, died shortly after 7:30 last
cening of leakage of Ihe heart. Hla
illness was brought on by overexer
tion during a fishing trip which con
I eluded last Wednesday. Returning
home he took to his bed and steadily
He was born In Ogden, Sept. 24,
1881. son of the late Thomas W and
Mrs Lonlsa tioodale Jones
About ten years ago he succeeded
his father in the tailoring business
on Twenty-fourth strrt
He was prominent in the Modern
j Woodmen of America, for several
I years acting as head consul.
BurviVBg are (he widow. two
daughlers, Phyllis Louise Nedra
Mary and the following brothers and
; sisters, beside his mother, ."Irs. Annie
Maw, Mrs. Cora Cross Irving W.
ijone.s, Winifred S. Jones. Thurinan
! Jones. Mrs liuby McCormick, Mrs.
j Myrtle Freeman. Mrs Beatrice Stew
art, and Allen Jon :L
The body" was takeTi in charge by
1 Larkin & Son to be prepared for
"Big Roy" Stewart Is
Star at Ogden Sunday
As with all cinema stars, picture!
fans have raxed over liny Stewart in j
j All manner of descriptive terms to be
found In- Xoah Webster's dictionary. I
I Bravo, beautiful, thrilling, niunly. hus-l
ky, heroic those ami dOSSns 0 other!
Him liar terms have been worked to!
death by Roy Stewart nthuslastn. 1
There is. however, a sense of th. fit
Jneas of things in the normal human
that keeps some te'ms of description
from beinjf applied to some object.
Mr. Stewart had been protected by
thin, so far as his own ears or eyes
registered, most of his career as a j
1 screen star. But while out in a far
away sagebrush town on the western j
I plains, playinc l)r Barnes" In the
I all star cast of the Llen.l B. Hampton
j photoplay of Kmcreon floush's novel
"The Sagebrusher," which comes to
I the gdcn theatre beginning Sunday.
1 he was hit right between th" eyes with
'one of thorn unfitting terms.
lie was strolling along the town
street for relaxation after a hard duy
I of work, and passed three part-grown
j girls, who had heard that he was the
famous Itoy Stewart and were using
their eyes to the limit. Just after
they passed him tho star heard one of
I them observe:
"Oh. Helen ain't he cute?"
Judge Johnson Moves
to Cottage in Canyon
Judge Tilman D. Johnson of the'
I'nited States district court in Salt
Lako City arrived here yesterday I
bound for his summer cottage In Og
den canyon, where ho will spend the
remainder of the summer except for
such periods as court work requires
Rev. Matthews Back;
Rev. Godfrey .Matthews and Mrs.
Matthews have returned from San 1
rlego. w hero the ogden minister filled l
the Congregational church pulpit xtnl
the absence of the prwher. Ll
The Rev. Matthewj will officiate otii
the morning serleo of worship to-l
morrow at 11 o'clock. His subject j
mil be The Voice of Many Watars."4
MOOSE LEGION 1
! GOES TDEUHEM I
Lodge Prepares for Big Outing I
at Lorin Farr Park K
Next Thursday I
About 5f Leplonnnires of Ogden BtJ
lodge No 1814 l. 'i Moose wei
t. d p in in sutomobilea al 1 o't lot i B. f
this afternoon for Eureka for i lodgi
frolic In connection with their trip B
the ogden lodge men will do a little iLiVi
advertising for Mo'.-u- day to bo held v
1 1 I .r in rr park. 1 hurl.i -Br C
! Th Mooae ill their '
cimmlttee declares the M006C will 1(1 Btt'i
demonstrate again what good enter- I Wi
tnlners they ar- and Incident. ill will II I
i ii i n more i gd i m
citizens should Join the order
Information about the Moose Le- I
:nn and the Moose In gen ral la con-
,talnefl In the following excerpt from iibbF'1
ithe Mooseheart Maaasine in an article K'sj
on "What 1 Saw at Mooseheart." I
I "Mooseheart a thlr'.y-five miles m fl
from the city of Chicago and has near-
ly eleven hundred seres ol land and M'l
j about fifty buildings of eoncrete con- aiBBalF
I struct Ion and fire 'roof. There la a bbbbHh!
central heating and power plant with aWn
red tile roofs. Large modern faro) Bisn
plant Industrial buildings, hospital a aEES
jand reaideacea IBVery child is given Pvk
a high school education. The hoys Wfl
1 1 i 1 i . i . . i . y..
e,ri are taught rnlUlnery, drssa mak- I
Ing and stenography. My Impression Oil
'!.' h"llle i lir I lei ni i- B PVj
pectatlons. It is a city in Itself. The IBBv
children looked so happy and carefreSi aH
healthy and perfeetlj at home in svsrj ICiSil
i i i" l word m Orphan e If
lum or a Friendly asylum, no walla BW-
i o aaaw
Iron bars on the windows. It is non- k' '
irlan Jew i G Prol H
... i ILaaaai
H;e faith of Him parents There
I no corporal punishment tolerated by H
I (he governors. There- Is a large nurs- H
cry for the very young Infants with BBBB
competent nurses ajid doctors always BBBp.
at hand, a large and up-to-date hos- VBBBJ
.pltal. erected ut a cost of one hundred Waaakisl
m from Philadi BBBT
I phis ludKe No. 54. There is one of the BJBJ
I largest dairy farms ln this section of ftn
the country on the grounds with BBBH
i r.f t Holsteln i nth to furnish milk I '1
and '-ream and butter fir the atudenta BSa
There large aW
boating and fishing arc indulged in LaaWP
The- have mllttar training for rhe LaaaiaV'
boys, under a V s. arm officer. They aaaBrVt
have a crack baseball and football LaaViai
team. A Iks' band of fifty pieces and aaPalt
a KirK orchealra nnd r compel .
tenchers. A savings bank which
teaehe thrift to th children , .
their pennies. I have traveled In aaaaaEF4
Kurope and have visited Germany. aaaaHS;
orwa. Sweden and Austria ll unKar aaaarJ
hut 1 have nuer Keen an pla, ,. dia'. LaaaTsMsiv
oould compan with th training and II
voeatlonal education that the boys and L
1 1 ' if Hr
they lire ready to go out Into the uorld aaaaaaaaL
1 1 1 rnakt an honest living tnd become Bf
self-sustaining and women BM
loyal American citizens.
' And noav. my brothers, n word in aVtarJ KsTsi
regard to the Mooseheart Legion. If t&i
you have not yet lolned th- .
the second degree and playground of tesLi!
the Loal tirder of Moose, someone aial
has been negligent In falling to udvige tfH
mission. Whili &
true that a part ot our" work is de- Vafl
voted to fun and frolic, these ur,. Jaaal
merely incidents. our prlmarv ob- fm
Ject is to -help the kiddles at Moose-
heart, ana for those who haVe not v
vet taken the second degree and whose 11
iissUttance wo arc row soliciting The w L
I k-ijo whl!' i part oi the lyal r- s
der of Moose, has ( m its aim and ob- B
ject a greuter betpfulnes to Moon-.
heart and a happy, contented chlio Ji
I I t"T I'-
Ogden Grain Lxchange ,
Elects New Officers
f r i . erg and directors of tb 0 RV
Bschangt v. . r. elected al fesjBJ
iinuul meeting as follow, according f'
lo an announcement mad today: aaarJa - '
I H Hollister, preeidenl 11 L Hoi- fcw
ley. vice president: B. L. Ulack. eec- " aaafsf !'i
sad director! H
9, R. Flack. J. If. Barnhnrt of ogden aaaaaT
I McCoy, l-oeatelio: David Robin-, Laafjl
jnd William Barrett, Salt Lake LBS