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I (p When the Mercury's
l V I s You swelter through a long, hot day
-jtf with the mercury about to blow
-jiBBl l VI the top off the themometer be
cause It can't register above 102
ftsjPRa an( you notter ,nd hotter jnd
3flarsw crankier and crankier, and finally
I aLnaLai y0U kno,v tnerc on'y ne thing
gWaaBU thot ve yu Jnd that's
IBs bbbs real honeet to-goodnen wim In the
T b g outdoor plunge at the Canyon
I Aw Sn, where the water it delightfully
I r cool, stimulating. Invigorating.
B U i Oh, man! 't'a the life!
Y ' I I Aid you will be hungry when yell
I i I get out such a healthy appetite.
' ' (a We'll have a dehcous lunch all
4xJ '-y (L ready for you.
Take either the yellow hua or the Ogden Canyon car Bus
leaves corner of Washington avenue and Twenty. fifth
I atreet every hour from 12 noon until 11 p. m., en week
days, and from 10 a. m. until 11 p. rr.., on Sundays. Canyon
i car leaves the same corner every few m-nutee all day long.
Dancing - - Refreshments
I Ogden Canyon
Fifteen Minutes From Town
IS. P. BAD TO
Musical Organization Hopes to
Have Season at Park
The Southern Pacific bend, under
the direction of Arthur W Ajjee, will
play what i scheduled io in Ita leal
concert of the summer aeries at Lorln
Parr park today, beginning t I II
The lsdlss' bund is to gv e another
concert next Bunda) and th.ii "es 10
complete the concerts for the sum
mer Effort rr bolnf ni.nl' hOWOVei
to have the season ertended and steps
are being taken 10 see if the necessary
1 funds for additional concerts in bf
4 obtained from the rlt
I Director Agce say the concert to
j 'ia should prove un uniSlh, poi
The band has rcirar d some Of th
mora popular bund numbers and x
i pects to present them n 'i inni 1 ' 1
that will lvr great ploMtiro,
I s;r Spangled Bannor
I March. Pomrfi LtheTO
I Overture. Poet and Peasant .SuPPt
j Popular. i i Railroad Bluoa
I ib) When M Bab E miles
I at ale stumo
I Intermexio, Manaano Brooks
Vale. Pethetlqua . Lsk
Two famous marches h Souks
la) New York itlpju.droini
ib) l'nifd gtatea itcld ArtUlerj
Concert WgJtsea Qold and Stlvoi
Hj Popular ia I l'f
1 Ibl Somebody
"sxiett froi ' l la
j Popular nil. Bongs
I ia Mississippi Shore Va
B b) Naughty WhIix ...
H March of tun Ann-.
I FRANKLIN O'OLIER
VISITOR IN RENO
KENO. Nov., Jul SI. Franklin
d'Oller. national commander of the
American Legion, accompanied by Ms
wife and secretary. A. Dint, airKed
In Reno this morning to confei with
local and stj ffteera ii i ho icgion
I'Oller was entertained n: liuv hron
here before leaving thle afternoon for
arson City, whore lie SI sc heduled to
deliver an addies tonight sj ibe dedi-
ition of Nevada herolam building
Watchman at State School
Claims He Shot Into
That Dennis McDonald was shot in
thq shoulder by Mike Kmulle. nigh'
watchmen of the rtih school for the
. if end niind, with a tl caibre re-
..lw-r, u.i l lie findings of the police
who lnvoatlgnied the shooting of
T liiir-.',i iilKhl
Dennis" IfhDoneld 1 0 e;irs old. and 1
his brother, Cllntod McDonald, i&j
years old. were maklns a short cut to ,
their horn , 709 Twenty-second street
from the Qgjden river Where ihe h.nd,
bean swimming In passing through!
Ui- c.r hurd of the school, they were
tn ilop nrrordlnc tO SmultS '
W lion they storted t unning. Smulti
told Iht pollet he fired the pletol In
the air. At tha' time he was about!
1" 0 yards from ihe boys.
Captain ftoberi Murk. Deleclve W. I
A Janet ..n0 Fiohort Chambers lne--tigat'ng
the uffnlr found that the boy'a
Injuries Indicated thnt Smults' story'
was trui ' irdl-iR his firing I he pls'.-d
Into tht nr. Hut Just hOD the bullet;
fired into ih- n'r as claimed In fmult
i ; i to utrike thi ioy. w :is unde
termined. Th wstchmsn stated that there had
bei oonalderebla trouble axperleneed
1 1 l frm boys attempting to steal;
mil from the on-hard.
The n 1 1U i hu? ben; r-nioed
from tha hoy's ahOUlder, No 111 effects
FORCED SERVICE IN
11F.KI.1N. July 31 Tic i.l.hstug
veeterdey adopted the bin recently
presented by th- government provid
ing for the abolition of compulsory
military aervloe, The uormau action
g In fulfillment of one of the allied
di im.nds regurdlnK Geritian disarma
m(nl ggreed to l Qvrmuny ut the
'it Bpe conference.
The fcsslon of the Spu confeienoe at
hloh lha oill w.ii under discussion,
w .'is marked by dttsVdkg of the Inde
pendent Suciullsts upon mombers of
tlx Oerman national party who were
hostile to the measure.
Catcho-Blovukia Is the fhst country
lr Burope to adopt the eight-hour
(las by law.
I of tiw fv aV r3t
A Ditterent Kind o! Milk
From healthy cowi, selected for their nch
milk producing qualities. We are delivering to
our customers pure milk miik that is iden
tically the same in body and flavor as when
it left the cow.
Smith Brothers. Proprietors
633 31st St. Phone. 1236
TAX OF SUGAR
State Board Shows Amount of
Amount of the reduction mtde in
taxes paid by sugar companies aa a
result of action of the state board
of equalization last vear. i shown In
a report made by T J. Midglcy. who
becomes chief deputy "t.ite auditor
Monday, and who has been traveling
deputy In the office of Joseph Hlrle,
The total In tWo counties alone
Cache and Boxelder amounted to a
reduction of $9722. 70 In taxes paid by
the sugar companies, or a reduction
in the awoned valuation of around
'1600.000 In these counties.
Similar conditions also existed In
L'tah county, but the amount in that
caie has not as yet been OOOeitalnQO.
Bufjar In the hands of the matin-
jfacturera was assessed by suggestion of
the state hoard as of Januars 1, 1919.
at 17 h hundred pounds. In the hand
of the fetall merchants h same yecr
It whs assessed at 1 10 a hundred
pou BubMQOentQT finding tha'
'r.icr handlaa in the three counties had
br r isse.sd too low. the stale board
(ordered nn Increase In each case. In
, Boxelder the Increase ordered waa 25
1 per cent.
Representation was made to th"
i boards of equalization, state and coun
ty, that the $7 price that year was the
actual cash value of the sugar, and
that therefore on this commodity the
2 r. per cent Increase should not be nl-
lowed. The county boards were re
convened the sugar Company officials
'made their pica and the assessed val
i uatlon of the augur at the factories
was set back to the $7 a hundred mark
which was the figure at which It was
'assessed in other counties in the state.
I However, the suKr in the hands of
the merchants who did not appear be-
f ore the county boards of equalization,
continued to take the 26 per cent ad
ivance and was therefore asaened at
! $ 1 2 . 5 o a 'sack an of January 1, 1919.
In Boxelder the reduction in taxa
of the Amalgamated Sugar company
was $1701 that year as a result of the
reconvening of the county loard, und
of the Utah-ldahO Sugrr company $-!-085.
7S. In Cache county by similar
action, the Amalgamated Sugar saved
12660 In taaae, the l,ewlston Sugar
company $2318.40 and the West Ca ha
Kor 1920. as of January 1, sugar at
the fai .or ha .1 ajw-ased at $10 a
suck, and at flS.f.o sack In the bandx
of (he retail merchants. These were
abOUl the prices actually prevailing at
that time though some months sub
aetjuently the factories raised their
prices to $1.1, seaboard hae. and still
later one of the companies raised to
$28.75 seaboard base.
Sullivan to Preside
At Scardir.o Hearing
Acting as Judge pro tern . Dan Hulll
van. Judge of the Jtnenlle court uill
sit on the bench In place of Clt) Judge I
I It Roberts in the preliminary hear
ing of the , ase of the state against
Jennie Sardlno. The hearing) has been
set for August 4. Miss Hiurdino Is
charged with fh murder of her cousin
Mike Termaln, whom she allegod she
shot in self defense
Judge Roberts disqualified himself
for reason of his-having presided as
coroner at the ImiUPst, mil 1 av rig be
come acquainted with the facta, was j
prejudiced against the defendant
George C. Tyler Is sending his Chi-1
cago company from the Blackstono
theatre, to the Orph'um theatre for
an engagement of two performances on
BUnday and eloadajr, August 1 and 2.
In Booth Tnklnrtnn's laien comedy. 1
"CI irinrp " The s-me perfect organlra- i
tlon that made for the groat success
of the comedy In Chleagc will be seen
bore Intaot, The cast Includes Gre
gory Kelly. Ruth Gordon. Robert
Adams, ityron Beasley, Betty sfurra
rJraee Kllklns. Clara Blandick. Joe
Wallace, James T. Ford and Gu d
'Clarence" delivers one of thos mir
acle which war generally creates. A
oldler Is the hero with all the aurly
Instincts of loyal unselfishness In ser-
Ice und other unfitness for battle
field heeaerds An anemic professor
Of entomology U he. grabbed from his j
twenty million microbes and bugs to I
train for warfare. Placidly and humb-I
I he goes as far as a training camp,
j where he wanders In front of a targot ,
i snd rets a load of bullets shot into
hla liver They have, with the brilliant
preclalon of rush trmnlng. put him to
I driving mule, but he Is Incapacitated
; even for that unattractive way to hTo
, Ism. and Is sent home Invalided. Hla
place as consulting entomologist fcr
, a dignified college has been assumed
; by one of his assistants and pupil,
iso he drifts about trying to find em
ployment, and runs into a rich msn's
famllv which Is one of thos fUrce
hornet's nests wihsre everybody trie
i te boss and nob. I Is hippj The
! professor Is meek and lowly and ab
laentmlnded. but of such optimist!- ef
' flclenry that he can do anything from
I tuning the piano with motcr toola.
B ending the pl imbinr nr.d a'nlng a
I little wild-cat of a daughter who wants
10 vamp a graas-wldower With thla
I attractive material. Mr Tarrlngton
lets his wit and humor, his satire and
I his philosophy race about pleaaantly
nnd normall). and the amusement
I la complete
Robert Adams, a very clever actor,
who had his primary stage achoollne
In lesser parts in New Tori theatre
productions, and afterwards in prom -'
inent parts in Important theatrical
I attraetlona, la given the port of the he
J ro In "Clarence" to elucidate, and.
I though be acts the part delightfully.
Tarklngton'a lines do not allow htm
to clear the mystery of august Indivi
duality masked In a muled river's kh
kL There to much subtle joy In the
'returned soldier's Insinuating hints Bja
I to his nativity and social standing But ,
I Clarence neer seems to be el iding
' gn mg -he man of letters the different
I note pf femininity, which sits amusing-
ly on 'be bent shoulders of the dough-
TOMsWTOXS 1X: BV
IS i III Mil 1. M in ITH
i 111 I nU-riul kxial rm Sc-rt1iV i
1. 1 roUN N J When tomb
'one upon which hto older brother
William was tandlrur to pica cherries
fell over Alfred F Knaaa ws crushed
to death The arHdent occurred in
sn oM cemetery near the by"s home.
J : : LHAMBRA ; f
I Wafer Filtered Air I I
1 A DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT
l (A LADY J 1
j IN LOVE I I
jz Cparxwwun! rtcraff (picture P-
Afiiambra I 1
Today I I
JLu SPECIAL COMEDY I - .Jj
EJD I I
Doors open 5:45
Curtain ...5 till 11 I
Valued as Fodder
Russian sunflower Is rapidly gaining
recognition in Weber county as a cat
tle food, and will probably offset to
some extent, feeds that at present are
very expensive, according to W. P.
Thomas, county agricultural agent.
BSVeral acres of this plant are being
cultivated at Huntsvlllo it Is reported,
and from experiments made last sea
son. It Is evident that a Quantit) of
I valuable feed will bo secured this sea
son. Mr. Thomas stated that the sunflow
er had been found to be adapted to
ue In high valleys and the average
yield per acre la from 20 to S3 tons.
The sunflower Is valuable for
BEATS GASOLINE AT
15 CENTS A GALLON
New I nvcntion Makes Pords Run 34
Miles on Gallon of Gasoline and Start
Easy m Cold'st Weather; Other
Cars Show Proportionate Savings.
A new carburetor which cut down
gasoline consumption of any motor. In
cluding the Ford, and reduces gasoline
bills from one-third to one half is the
proud achievement of the Air Friction
ICarburetor Co. 733 Madison St. a
ton. Ohio. Thla remarkable Invention
not only increases the power of all mo
: tors from 30 per cent to 50 per cent. '
but enables every one to run slow on'
jhlgh gear. It also makes It eaay to I
letart a Ford or any other car in the
.coldest weather without previously
warming the motor. With It you can
use (he very cheapest grade of gaso- '
line or half gaso.lue and half kerosene 1
and still get mere power and tmre
mileage than ycu .now get from the
highest teat gasoline Many Ford own
era aay they now get as high as 45 to
I So mile to a gallon of gasoline So
sure are the manufacturers of the Im 1
mense saving their new carburetor will
make that tbey offee to si nd It on 101
days' trial to every car owner. As It
can be put on or taken off in a few ,
minutes by anyone, all readers of ibw
paper who want to try it should send '.
their name, addiess and make of carl
offer exceptionally large profile. Write
'tl.em today Ad rtisement.
only as ensilage. It has been found, but
cattle relish the food In this form und
thrive upon It.
The head of the sunflower which
contains a quantity of feed, carries the
oils and fats whl h mikm It valuable!
as a food. The stalk and leaves, while
they carry some nourishing proper
tics, are mainly valuable as roughage.
Because of the heavy yield per acre, I
the sunflower forms an economic
feed. The cost of Installing a slin Is
not exhorbltunt. It Is stated and Is soon
Bald for by the feeding of the sun-i
flower ensilage in place of more ex-
r i x I c fodder
OLD TEMPLES OF TAHITI
WILL BE UNCOVERED
PAPEFTF. Tahttl. July 31 The
ancient lore of Tahiti Is to be resur
rected and the ruins of the ternplea
I of the South Pacific Islanders or
dered destroyed a century sgo by'
Christian missionaries, are to be un
covered by excavation. Efforts to,
gsther th relics of a forgotten wor
ship are being vigorously prosecuted
interest centers upon the great cen
tral temple of Maraa at Aleburu. on
Tahiti island, where human sacrifices
were offered to the bloodthirsty god
of war, "oro." So completely were
the wishes of the missionaries car
ried out that nothing remains aav
trace of the foundations of this ax
tensive temple. Excavations are ex
pected to bring to light some Inter
esting objects, which. II is hoped, will
reveal th purposes and uses of this
Mara. hll being the rblef temple
of Tahiti, was not the oldest or th
most important In the islands The
temple at Opoa. traces of which still
remain on th island of Kalates. was
the sacred csntar of religion in the
It waa at Mara that Captain Cook '
witnead th ceremonies of human
sacrifices chronicled In his Voy
ages." The natives while professing Chris
tianity, and manifesting it by most'
active church at'rcdanc. have a deep!
gcance will come
Instead of candy. CUn children'
suck the pur juice from ih sugar'
cast for their enjoyment
14th Ward Mutuals
An exceptionally attractive pro
gram for Hundsy evening Is an
nounced by the Mutuals of ths Four
teenth ward. WalSSff N Farr. We.
ber county clerk, will deliver an ad
dress dealing with the succession In
the church presidency.
The musical portion of the program
will consist of selections bv th John
Hwynes Glee. club. A reading. The
Seven i'res'denta." Will be given by
Master Wallace Stevens.
The service commences st ? 30
o'clock and the public Is Invited to
attend the meeting, which will bs
held In the coolest hsll in gdrn
CHINESE SEEKING TO
RESTORE THE UNION
PEKIN;. July 10 (fly The Asoo
elated Press.) Itestorstion of the
union between northern and southern
China and the establishment of an sd-
ti'.rs of irneral Tsao-Kun and Oen-
ml WuPelPu In their operations
against ths Anfu force, according to
' statement mad to The Aasoclatrd;
I'reas today by Ocneral Taso-Kun.
i,o Is military governor of Chlhli
In concurrence with General Chang,
hsrnent as soon as possible after re
union of the nation He reiterated
I hat th Cblhtlsfs regarded the tron-
1 000 Anfu troops of General Hsuh-hU-Obervg
ger aervir on th Tln Tstn
rtlwa has ben resumed
Italian glass-wars has Increased ml
trice 150 per cent since the war.
Fast Day Services eJL
to Be Held Today ' I
Fast dav services win be held In all
this afternoon when all members of
the respective wards are requested to
In the evening programs mill be ren.
der d under th auspices of the warl
! Mutuals. j
ITALY FOOD QUESTION t
concerning Italy s food position were LH
mad in the chamber today by Signer
ScIoti. th food commissioner. Th
harvest was disappointing he reported.
and desplt requisitioning there would IJLw
Ouu quintets of wheat It had been ILjB
Steped to obtain D
genllna and India had placed embar- Ssfw H
goe on wheal exports, it was very
doubtful whether Italy could obtain
Slgnor Solorl announced that Italy
siready had proposed and Mr. LJoyd
Gtorg consented to call a conference
to dutrua the problem with a vtsw to
A FAKE ADVERTISEMENT? H
FORI A. Ill Mlegln,; Walrer Wll-
son. prominent business nun, refused H
to marry her as agreed Mrs In L.
Stave filed a breach of promise suit H
Baking 110.000 di mages h. charged jfl