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Some women have been dis appointed so often in the fit and appearance of their Silk gloves that they really hate to give up kid gloves when warm weather comes. Perhaps you have had that experience if so, ask fcr u R)WNES f KtD FlTTINOV SILK GloveS Buy just one pair. Wear them "hard". Compare them with the best silk gloves you ever owned. We are sure you will decide that summer glove troubles are ended, then and there. ( FownetSiHt Glovei are mtde in all lengths. in blavk, white and all the exclusive fans- J ian shades. They have double tips and each pair is Guaranteed. Prices 50c 75c $1.00 $1.50 i&ife "It' o Fownoa Chat'c all JfiOjf you naod to know abcu! a. JJt BURTSi THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND FASHION i M'LQUGHLIN WINS LONGWOOD BOWL One More Victory Gives Per manent Possession of Trophy to Californian. Boston. .July 29 -The custody of the fifth Longwood bowl, famous as a tennis trophy, wa6 regained today by Maurice E. McLoughlln of San Francisco, after a brief and some what uninteresting match with the holder, William M Johnston, also of San Francisco. McLoughlln needs an other victory to obtain permanent possession of the trgphy. He won a leg two yoars ago. but defaulted last year lo Johnston. In bts successful career through the Longwood tournament this vear. Mc Loughlln met and defeated In straight sets N", W. Niles. T. C. Bundv. A S Dabney, N R Williams R. L. Mur ray and W M. Johnston He ap peared to exert himself less today than in an-, of the five previous con- c tests with the exception perhaps of usf that with Bundy. Johnston handled McLaughlin's cannon ball service as well, if not bet ter, than either Williams or Murray, but he was weak at the net when h dashed in 2nd lacked the strength of Murray to drive from base lines At no time in the match was Mc laughlin pushed nearly as hard a in his contests w ith Murray and Will iams Even in the first set when Johnston took three games in succes sion and made the score four all. the champion captured the next two and1 the set without Jumping into- the air or making any unusual effort, In the last two games in that set Mc Loughlln earned lx out of 'the thlr j teen played points, and made hut three errors. His only slump in the match was in the eighth game in the second set, when two nets, three outs and fail ure to handle two of Johnston's serv ice drives, gave the latter the game and tied the score for the set. Again McLougblin came back in the next two games with four pface shots, catching Johnston off his foot in each case and rattling the younger player into making a double fault. oo To Put On Flesh And Increase Weight A Physician's Advice. Most thin people eat from four to six pounds of pcood solid fa.t-ma.klng food every dy and atlll do not Increase in welgrht -ne ounce, while on the other hand many of the plump, chunky folks eat very Mg-htly and keep gaining all the time. It'.'' all boiih to say that this is the nature of the individual, It isn't Nature s way 9t all. Thin folks stay thin because their powers of assimilation are defective. They absorb Just enough of the food they eat to maintain life and a semblance of health and strength Stuffing won't help them A doien meals a day won't make thf-m gain a single "stay there" pound. Ml tho fat-producing elements of their food just stay In the Intestlnos until they nasH from the body as waste. What such people need Is something that will pre pare these fatty food elements so that their blood can absorb them and deposit them all about the body something, too, that will multiply their red blood cor puscles and increase their blood's carry ing power. Kor such a condition T always recom mend eating a Sargol tablet with every meal 8argol is not, as some believe, a patented drug, but Is a scientific com bination of six of the most effective and powerful flesh building elements known lo chemistry. It is absolutely harmless, yet wonderful! effective and a single tablet eaten with each meal, often has the effect of increasing the weight of a thin man or woman from three to five pounds a week. Sargol Is sold by A. R, Mclntvre Drug Store and other good druggists everywhere pn a postle guar antee of weight increase or money back. Advertisement. jsj FORMER AGGRESSIVE ACTS OF AUSTRIANS London. July 30, o a. m In an editorial article strongly anti-Austrian the Times says: "Franz Josef's manifesto recalls a former occasion when he rashly drew his sword against Piedmont, The manifesto does not contain any ref erences to the absence of territorial ambitions "Europe is on the verge of a war more terrible and general than the great war of a hundred years ago." Commenting on the Budapest Pes ther Lloyds' statement that the re motest consequences have been fully thought out, the Times says "We do not pretend to forecast the remotest consequences for which Austria-Hungary has assumed the dread responsibility, We believe no man can foretell them. But we do know wnat some or the immediate results of the intervention of another great power must be to Europe and to our selves "This government and this nation I reserve for themselves the most com plete liberty of action in such an event If France is menaced or the safety of the Belgian frontier, which we have guaranteed with her and with Prussia, we shall know how to act We can no more, afford to see France crushed by Germany or the i balance of nnwsr nnnnt aramKt hpr than Germany can afford to see Aus tria-Hungary crushed b Russia and that balance upBet against Austrian and Hungarian Interests "Upon that issue, should it become an issue to be determined by blood, our friends and our enemies will find that we think and act as one man "The great war lasted for a quar ter of a century and for the whole of that time it killed, for all practical purposes, not only faction, but party among use. We knew then and we know now that when we Btrike for the vital Interests of the crown and the nation we strike as one man, and it was that which gave us the vic tory against the world in arms, and that it is that, as we feel and know, which will give us the victory again I if we are forced into the field." JU I Choose Your Career I. C. S train j ing plus spare time study equals Suc j cesE. International Correspondence Schools. S. D Rldeout. Mgr., under Vtnh Nat'l I5apk. (Advertisement). ij L .til Of course, that means the.popular- price jewelry sore of Harry Davis trWOP "The Store Wlth the Guarantec" y tjBmjm contams many quality offerings in yFW i jWwl 9& diamonds, watches, jewelry, cut glass f. Jlp and other beautiful articles. 'iwM - aways here expert serv- JijjQI VnmK 1CC: kCSt gds at the lowest WiBP P"CeS aiK apecia introduc- PROFIT-SHARING COUPONS; WEEKLY CASH DIVIDEND. &CLSfw6 Both Liberal Inducements! n EMPLOYERS FEAR LABORFAMINE Large Numbers of Austrian and Hungarians in Pennsyl vania Apply for Trans portation. 2000 PASSPORTS GIVEN Thirty Thousand Men May Return to Fight for Native Country. Philadelphia, Pa.. July 30 Fears of a labor famine were expressed yes terday by beads of great Industries in many parts of eastern Pennsyl vania as a result of the present Eu ropean crisis. Large numbers of Aus trians and Hungarians in this city ap plied to their consul for transporta tion back to their native country, while at South Bethlehem officials of the big eteel and ooke plants received passports for 2000 men Paul A. Revka, Austria-Hungarian deputy consu at Wilkesbarre, who represents the government In twelve counties of the anthracite region, no tified the emperor's subjects yester day of the partial mobilization order. In his district he estimates that there are between 80.000 and 100.000 sub jects of Austria-Hungary and if z general order is issued he declares that more than 30,000 of them will return to fight for their country. Coal operators are apprehensive, saying that such an exodus would mean a serious shortage in the work ing forces of the mines. nn . EXCURSION CANADA AUGUST 4TH Special Round Trip Rates via Ore gon Short Llrje to points in Alberta, For reservations and further particu lars apply at City Ticket Office. 2514 Washington Avenue. Advertisement. rvr, ALL PATRIOTS ARE CALLED TO COLORS New York, July 30. proclamation calling upon all patriotic Austrians Hungarians and Croatinns to send their addresses at once to their near est consulate, has been forwarded for publication to all pro-Austrian-Hungarian newspapers throughout the United States by Charles F. Winter, who iB in charge of the ustro-Hun-garian consulate this city This is tak en as indication that a partial mobili zation of Austrian forces has been or- ,Urn,l 1 i.- . , vjcicu. i ue juuuiamauon contains the amnesty proposal announced on Tuesday Thus far the war clouds overhang ing all Europe have not affected the bookings of European ports nor is it believed that manv bookings have been cancelled on account of it. About 400 Austrians and Servians sailed yes terday on the LaSavoie among them being Count Karolyl. leader of the Hungarian independent party. Gains New Complexion By Peeling Her Skin "Kt-np still, sad heart and erase re pining. Behind the clouds la the sun still enlnin 1 I was forcibly reminded .if these lines when, after months of fret ling over m ugly complexion, 1 found liow easv It was to remote the coud muddy skin and bring forth a bright' new complexion I jot an ounce of or dinary mercollx'-d wax at rov druggist -i and used this like cold cream ' every night for two weeks, washing It off mornings I,o and bt-hold: That ,.ld skin had all peeled off The healthy young skin un derneath gave me a complexion as pure, white and soft as a young girl's I ex perienced no discomfort, the skin came off so pradualh and gently. Several friends have been slmllarl benefited T m sure anyone whose skin Is soiled, tanned, withered blotchv, pimply or freckled. on acquire the loveliest " com plexion Imaginable b using this remark able treatment. Another treatment that brought more sunshine was one to remove wrinkles. A face bath made by dissolving 1 os. pow dered saxollte In pt witch Duel, soon erased every line It s wonderful Julia Orff In The y ueen Ad crtlsement. rn FIRST BATTLE IN AIR MAY SOON BE FOUGHT Paris, July 29 That the imminent clash between Germany and France will result in the first battle between aeroplanes and dirigibles for the su premacy of the air ig admitted bv military experts. who are already weighing the probable outcome of such a struggle. The republic of France has confin j ed its aerial experiments almost en tirely to the heavier-than-air machine and has a fleet of nearly 5000 planes under control of the war department The kaiser, on the other hand, has leaned toward the huge dirigibles of the Zeppelin type, whose long travel Ing and lifting ability have given con cern to other governments. A large number of noted -French aviators, led by Roland Garros. hae offered their services to the minister of . war and it is believed he will ac cept their aid. At the first signal of war hundreds of 6wift French aero planes will cross the German border to aid the republic in the realization of the hope which has been deferred for forty four years revenge for the loss of the provinces or Alsace and Lorraine MARRIAGE HURRIED BY OUTBREAK OF WAR Paris. July 29 A. nocturnal wed diug between Miss Gladys Virginia Stewart, daughter of the Countes6 de Strale Dekna. and a member of an old southern family, and Count Julius Apponyi. member of a great Hun garian family, was brought about early today by the Austro-Servian war. The couple had planned to marry in Geneva on August 5, but. last eve nlng Count Apponyi received a tele graphic summons to join his regiment in Budapest immediately, prepared to go to the front. After a hurried con ference between the count, the bride elect and her mother, an Immediate wedding waB decided upon The mayor of Geneva and the priest in charge of St. Joseph's churcfe were MaST'; . jrtffr ' "1 cents to "see"! you ten ' v 'W" 1 11 V HrH Listen: That patented process has absolutely revolutionized the manu- X58h BgSBjii MB matt mrM&k WE& facture of smoking tobacco. P. A. con 'f bite your tongue and it can'f gaggS ' J" HB fliH Bfln Vyfl parch your throat. All you got to do to get the question off vour ; E 4 fllNH H KiS mind, quick-like, fs to try it out and then compare It, puff for puff, SfiBfj ' ' y ' "; M Wmk I Wm n with any tobacco you ever smoked or heard about ! 'v MB .j-; Hg(! t'TKBim. W II mm&sSaX Eonrywhert toppy rrd bmgt. Sc. tidy raj tint. 10c; v-y'-V":v' ' -rB 1 QS k H MwUfJSk alio handicm noand and half-pound humidors JaSfl bBMIS 'C1 &j3&iS8ffi$&' iBS notified, and at 3 o'clock this morn ing the count and Miss Stewart drove to the town hall and were hurriedly married bv special license. Immediate ly afterward they proceeded to St Joseph's church, v here a religious wedding was solemnized, and then went direct to the railroad station, leaving at S a. m for Hungary On arriving - at Budapest Count Apponyi will entrain for the front niuiuiii uciav , runc iiig umuc win Join the Austro-Hungarian Hod Cross societv as an army nurse The bride's mother accompanied the couple on ! the journey to Budapest. oo QUICK RESULTS ASTONISH OGDEN There is astonishment in Ogden at the QUICK results received from sim ple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in dler-l-ka. the remedy which became famous by curing ap pendicitis This simpie mixture drains such great amounts i foul matter from the body that A SINGLE DOSE relieves r-onstipation sour stomach and sas on the stomach al most IMMEDIATELY. The speedy action of Adler-1-ka is surprising. A. R. Mclutyre Drug Co.. Eccles Building Advertisement Dr. Pldcock has moved from 2301 Vashington avenue to 219 First Nat I Bank Bldg ( Advertisement), ION OFFERS AN AMENDMENT Washington, July 29. A constitu tional amendment to make it unlaw ful for any person to be appointed, elected or chosen to public office, fed eral, state or otherwise, for a term of more than 15 years, and making all judicial federal officers, except in the United States supreme court and all United States marshals district at torneys, revenue collectors and post masters elective by regular voters, was proposed in a joint resolution to day by Representative Moon of Ten nessee. It would not affect those now holding office. yjw DRUG IN HEEL OF SHOE. New York. July 29 Three ond a half ounces of cocaine and heroin were found today in cavities drilled in the rubber heels of shoes worn by John Reganno when he visited his brother, who is a prisoner in the Tombs prisrj. Ileganno was depriv ed of hift drug supply and sent to a cell. rr . . THE WORLD'S MARKET NEWS WALL STREET. New York. July 30 Stocks of Im portance broke In alarming fashion during today's demoralized session. The market cloned in a 6tate of col laps Prices of stocks broke with extreme violence again today as a result of the overnight news from abroad. The advance in the Bank of England rate, reported occupation of the Servian capital by Austria and further heavy gold exports provoked declines at the opening of two to four points in most active issues, with a six point loss in Canadian Pacific. There were ral lies of one to almost 2 points before the end of the half hour, but the un dertone denoted extreme feverlshnes. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. July 30. Hogs Re ceipts. 3000; market steady. Bulk of sales. $8.808.85; heavy, $8.90 8 95; packers and butchers, $8 90 .ii"), light. $8.75$.90; pigs. $8.25 8 75. Cattle Receipts 3000, market steady to weak. Prime fed steers. $9.359.90; dressed beef steers, $7.75 9.25; western steers, $7.009 50; southern steers. $5 2"'7j 8 50 . cows, $4. 25ft 7.25, heifers, $6.259.25. slorker8 and feeders. $0.00 8 00; bulls. $5. 00 6. 75; calves. $6.00 10 Sheep Receipts 2000. market steady Lambs. $7.508 15; year lings, $5 506 25; wethers. M 75 5 26, ewes. $4.255.00; stockers and feeders. $3 25fi 7 on. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, July 30 Hogs -Receipts, 16,000, market slow. Bulk of sales. $S.709.10; light, $8.709.25, mixed. $8.559.20; heavy. $S. 409.05, rough. ib.4U(bb.eq; pigs $.oug;s.ub. Cattle Receipts. 3000- market slow Beees, $7 40tfilo.O0; steers, $6. 40 8. 40, stockers and feeders, $5.i08.00, cows and heifers, $3 75 9.15, calves. $7.501125 Sheep Receipts 14.000: mark I steady Sheep. $5.155 85; year lings, $5.6086,55; lambs. $6.008.10. South Omaha Livestock. South Omaha Neb , July 30 Hogs -Receipts. 9800; market lower Heay $S. 50 8 75; light. $8. 40ft 8. 7S; pigs. $7 75ft8 25, bulk of sales, $8.50 ft 8.60 Cattle Receipts, S00; market steady Native steers, $7.50ft9.75; cows and heifers, $6 00ft7.75; western steers. 6.50 8175; Texas steers. $6.00 ' 7 75; cows and heifers, $5.75 7.25: calves, $7.00i6.00. Sheep Receipts. 7600. market strong Yearlings, $5. 40ft 5.90; weth ers. $5 00ft5.60; lambs. $7. 25 8. 25. Lead New York July 30. Lead $3 85 3.90; London is pounds. 15a. Spel ter. $6.005.1Q; London 21 pounds, 15s. M etals. New York, July 30 Copper Weak. Spot and September, offered at $13; electrolytic, .$12 75; lake, nominal; castings, $1250. Tin Nominal Spot, $3031; Sep tember, $29. 50ft 30.60. Antimony Dull Cookson's $7 2(0 7.25. Iron Quiet, unchanged. Money. New York. July 30 Close Mer cantile paper. 5ft 5 1-2 per cent : ster ling exchange, very unsettled; 60 days, nominal; demand. $4.97. Commercial bills, nominal. Bar silver, 52 l-4c. Mexican dollars, 40c. Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds, weak. Call money, strong, 56 per cnt i ( ruling rate. 5 per cent; closing bid. 4 ft per cent. Time loans, nominal; 60 days, 90 days and 6 months, 5 l-26 per rent Sugar. New ork, July 30 Sugar Raw. firm Molasses. $2 61; centrifugal. $3 26, refined, steady. CHICAGO GRAIN Chicago. July 30. Incessant wav like reports, taking the place of signs of possible peace, sent the wheat mar ket soaring today. The opening which ranged from 3 to 7 1 2c higher than last nighi was followed by soim additional upturns, buf also by a re action of 2 ems or more. Later the market again stiffened Corn showed much more respon- J siveness to the wheat excitement to day than any previous time. All oth er influences were virtually lost sight j of. The market opened 3-4 to 3 1 2e j higher, and receded to an extensive extent when wheat received a set back War disturbances extended into the j oats trade in a decided manner today though not so decisively ;is corn and wheat. Nevertheless the market in some cases swung upward nearly 2 c ents a bushel. Of all the staples traded in. provi-: sions alone escaped the war contagi-j on. Prices were firm, nut no more so than might easily have happened I from ordinary trade conditions. During most of the dav com para lively little was done in the wheat i pit notwithstanding price chanscp Were unusuallv wide The close was heavy but 6 to 6 7 8c above last j nieht The subsequent corn dealings rose j and fell with wheat. The final level , was 1 to 3c above last night but tend ing down grade. oo LONDON WOOL. London, July 30. War having elim inated foreign competition tho home j trpde took the offerings at the sheep, skins sales today Prices realized showed a decline of 3-8d to l-2d bet low the last sale. A few fine ball-, breds were taken by Americans at Steady prices. nu- fntAltRS, The announcement that Bruce Mc-j Rae will appear on the screen in the latest photodrama staged by the Fa mous Plave.rs' company, The KIOgT and the May" at the Ogden theater, for three days commencing tonight,! should be source of congratulation tor, the theater goers of this city Bruce; MeRae. who achieved distinction onj the stage in a long list of dramatic , successes, and more recently iu "Nearlv Married" and "Nobody's VMd-1 ow.'V portrays the role of George Kordyce. alias, Gormly, with a degree of faithfulness difficult to estimate aid the result is a production of such, superiority as the stage seldom ees. J 1 Advertisement. ' v oo A lead pencil easily removed, is j mounted within the handle of an in ventor's tent can he suspended, floor and all, from two trees at flay desired j height. RESCUES THREE FROM DROWN- ING. J New. York. July 29 Springing fr01"" his horse upon hearing a call for hel" mt James' Smith, a mounted policeman. RLc today rescued two men and two worn- ,Ke en from drowning at Conty Island- H The reseued persons were bathera-wB' Who had gone bevond their safeAy M : limit ! I KILLED BY EXCITEMENT. IT .Ww York. July 29 As he stood Iff at the ticker reading news bulletin JB? of the Austro-Servian war, Henry j j Borden, 64 years old, a retired mer- t chant, dropped dead today in the of- I m (ire of Henry Clews & Co.. bankers. IT 1122 Broadway Physicians stated fcf heart trouble caused death. L' MEET US I At The I HERMITAGE 1 TOMORROW I Friday, July 31 I Ogden Stake I Oufing I Something doing every j minute. fr Round Trip 25c. K Children 15c. m t I Iff! DOLL A r I 17 A 1 OR lyyl saved M Weekly isn't much at the Hp start,, but keep it up for one Igp; year, and you'll have quite um: a sum to your credit Rl; Fortunes have had their m?') start from such savings 'H I isn't it time for you to be- S:; gin? Four per cent interest m: allowed. m. Ogden Savings Bank I Ogden, Utah. M. S. Browning, Preaident. F L. R. Eccles, Vlce-Pres(dert. . W L John Watson, Vice-President.' If Cha H. Bton. Cashier. .