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THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY, JUNE Z5. VJV?.
5 -v -rni lj LAST TIMES TODAY MITCHELL LEWIS I I "JACQUES OF THE SILVER NORTH" Also Scenic Muff and Jeff f TOMORROW M ABLE NORMAND in j SUNDAY "SAHARA" DON'T MISS IT THE OGDEN "REFRESHINGLY COOL" , for Subscription snd Advertlsino ( Oepar-tjncnts, Call Prions No. aft. RANDOM I REFERENCES Assortment finest geraniums, fl bloom- practically half price. Dumke Floral. 4173 Two mysterious cases of night provU jng and apparently attempted incen diarism at midnight last night caused hurried calls for the Ogden police. The two calU came wlihin a half hour of each other. It as discovered by the police at the first call, that tho inf lation of telephone wires leading to Mrs. Rosa Kohn's home, 803 Twenty fifth street, had been cut and were burning. Shortly after a call was r eelved. from the Ileber Scowcroft Lome, whore it was found that paper had been piled alongside of the house I and been set on lire Cherries for Sale. 537 13th street. Phone 2188-J. 4678 Men Wanted A large demand for laborers exists at present in Ogden, according to a statement made by officials at the federal employment service In the basement of the Reed Hotel building. There are many va cant Jobs, ranging from clerks and salesmen to men and womf-n cooks "Fishing tackle that's fit for fish ing." Thai ia the kind we sell. Geo. A. Lowe Co. Children's Home Society A L. Bur ion of the Utah Children's Home so lety is in Ogden urgin? support to i he organization and while here will explain details of tbj organization methods. The Utah Children s Home society haa followed the plan of plac ing children in the homes of people -within the state. Betwef-n August, 1918 and May 1 1919, homfs were found for 23 children in 10 counties in HI homes by this organization. Tackle fishing with our fishing tac kle is the advice of Mr. Fisher at tho Geo. A. Lowe Co. fishing tackle de partment. He will sell you the tacKle and the license to use it. Success of Chautauqua That Opden liberally patronized the Chautau'iu i during the session hHd last week M shown yesterday when Secretary E V. Phillips of the guarantor's QOIQiniMe made his report on the season ticket sales. The report showed tlm 898 persons had season ticketf, 09 for stu dents, and 158 for children. This did not include the single admission tick ets, which were sold on the grounds. Clean rags wanted -t the Stsndarc1 office. Wanted First class stenographer, no beginners need apply. Good pav to right party. See Miss Duffin, Binford Kimball Motor company, U604 Wash Ave. 4G81 1 "Tee, sir, I landed that $ pound trout with Geo. A. Lowe Co. fishing tackle last year so I have bought this year's supply from that old roliublj tttore." A big oil deal in the Salt Lake dis trict of Wyoming has just been closed I by the Eccles interests of Ogdpn, ac i1 eording to word received from Casper, Wyo. The dispatch Maic.s thru ilv deal involved the handing pver of a check for 52,275,000. j Ogdfn Welding & Repair Co., 2274 Waahlugton. Phone 993-J. Key fitting, , Cattle Held Cattle receipts hr.ve'. fallen off at the local livestock y&-os ! j aince the market lowered in the e?st. j Hogs are still in good demand, how ever, and are absorbed in the local !e raand. It is expected that the hay cattle shipments will be resumed in a lew days. Clean raps wanted at The Standard office. Dies on Coast Stark Breeden, nine- year-old son of Mr and Mrs. Ro-jco j , Breeden, formerly of Ogden and Salt f I-ake City, died at the family homo in I Los Angeles, June 18, following un operation for liver trouble. The father is the son of the late Judge Breeden and also a nephew of Mrs. Hurst of the llrm of Paine & Hurst Old papers for sale. Ogden Stand, aro. j land Stand A band stand is being I erected by Ogden City in tho south west corner of the city hall square. tea Pore distilled artificial only. M. !:, L. Jones Coal Jt lee Co. Phone 160 2069 Lecture Attorney B. N. Matthews will lecture and demonstrate "Intui j! tional and Applied Psychology," Thurs I day evenings at the county court house at 8- under the auspices of Ogdu's 1 Psychological Institute. I Cherrl for 8Ie- We deliver. Phone 3294-R. 4536 H Guilty Byron Brown, arrested lart night for being intoxicated, appealed , in the city court this morning and pleaded guilty to the charge. He wis H sentenced to pay a fine of $50 or serve 50 davs in the city jail. WE do custom milling of all kinds of fiour and feed. West Ogden Milling und Elevator Co. 3608 QUICK messenger tervlc-e. Phone o02 2900 G. W. Tripp, 320 25th street "The photographer In your town." Estab lished 1903 Reliable. Cherry' pickers wanted in city lim its. Phone 1862. John Farr ' A'u'j Small Blaze A pile of lumber at tho State road supply house, in the rear of ihe State School for the Deaf and Blind, ignited by grass fire, necessitat ed the calling of the city firo depart ment last night about 10 o'clock. The flames were checked before they had gained headway. The damage was slight. Fence on Fire-The fire department was called shortly before noon today to extinguish a fence fire at the rear of the Ogden Packing plant. About 3D feet of the fence was destroyed. Second Lieutenant Y ord has been received by friends of Leslie J. Mann of this city, who is now serving with the Thirty-first railroad engineers, that he has been commissioned a sec- ond lieutenant. The information re ceived also states that he expects his re!eae from military serv ice in about two months. No Accidents According to reports received in this city by railroad offi cials, there has been no accident on the railroads within the past three Idtyi or the first three days of "No .Accident Week." i Pottery Discovered Andrew A. Kerr of the University of Utah, has I I left Ogden for Nephi to investigate the finding of ancient pottery and! j utensils by a farmer of the district I who was plowing. Mr. Kerr will ex amlne the pottery with a view of de termining the nature of the relics, which will probably he turned over to the University of Utah. Mr. Kerr will leave Salt Lake, July 1, for the pur pose of piloting an expedition from the university through the little Qion canyon. Marriage License William A Hick enlooper, Salt Lake, and formerly a resident ot Ogden and Clara E M lmrlesworth, of Ogden. were granted marriage licen.'-r thil afternoon. Th jcouple will be niarried this evening at the home of the bride's parents. They i 'will make their future home in Salt Lake. Divorce Judge A. E. Pratt has j granted Ezra H. Hayes a decree of I divorce from Detta Doris Hayes up on the grounds of cruelty. The de I fendant was granted the custody of Mm two children and ?40 per month 1 alimon;. . The couple were married ! in Walla Walla, April 15, 1906. nn Is Charged With Passing Worthless Check on Bank .The preliminary hearing in the rr.se of the state against Harry Mitchell charged with passing checks without sufficient funds in the bank, was com menced this morning in the city court. According to the testimony intro duced by the r.tate, Mitchell gave as payment on an overcoat to B. Cohen, a clothing merchant, a cheek tor 22 B0 without funds to cover. The check wau signed by Harry Parker and was on the Security State bank. Samuel G. Dye, assistant cashier of the bank, testified that there was no such depositor in his bank The case was continued by Judge Roberts until this afternoon to allow the defense to produce evidence oo Conference of Hollanders of L. D. S. Church The annual conference of the Hol landers of Weber, North Weber and Ogden stakes will be held next Sun day in the Ogden tabernacle, under the direction of the Netherlands rrda sionary. All the ex-misslonaries of the L. D. S. church and members are invited to attend The meeting will bo held at 10:30 o'clock and 3 p. m. Some of the general church authori ties will be present. TOO LATE . TO CLASSIFY: WANTED MALE HELP AGENTS see lu auto owners a day, make $25 or $60 per day. Write The Belt. G04 Mclntyro Bldg., Salt Lake. 4698 FOR RENT FURNISHED 4 ROOMS modern. Phone 2228-R. 4690 Read tho Classified Ads. I Dead the Classified Ada, m m LABOR COMMISSIONER 10 VISIT OGDEN OIK A WEEK Ocden will h.ive a labor commission er to take up questions coming umler his jurisdiction, who will come o thh city once a week, and Wednesday. Labor Commissioner William M Knerr has her n designated the Ocden representative, Ho was in oden to day taklnc; up a number of matter. Ho wns unnblo to get a hearing on the discharging of the four firemen of the city department, but slates that this ense will be taken up next week Tlir city commissioners h.ive nrrani ed a room in which Mr Kearn v ill maintain his headquarters Those who have complaints will be able to got hearings on Wednesdays at the city hall. He will adjudicate matters concern ing wages uncollected or unpaid, IrVooi disputes and violations of the laror I laws. It is still hoped that a resident com missioner for Ogden will be named by the governor and the board, but li the present the onee-.i-veelc visit will be the plan. This, however, is regard ed by the labor leaders us a gain, though not all they had asked for. As there are three commissioners in Salt Lake City, It was believed that at least one should be stationed in thlfl city. oo iDRUGGISTS 10 OPEI THEIR CONVENTION TOMORROW The opening session of the state j convention of the Druggists of Utah will In held tomorrow morninp at the Hermitage hotel In Ogden canyon. I Druggists from all parts of the state I are arriving in the city. Among the important lubje ts to be discussed will be the Bvils of Para Igoric," and the recent action of the state legislature in regard to pat.m I medicines. An interesting program for the en tertainment of the visiting drupqists is being arranged. After the meeting 'tomorrow afternoon, the delegates will be taken for a trip through Ogden can yon, shown the source of the city v. at er supply, and will be given a real I trout dinner at the Hermitage hotel. Friday afternoon they will be taken on a camping trip on one of the fork! of Ogden river. An equal!;. Interest ing program is being prepared for il.. wives of the delegate.- Letter Is From the Scorpion at Constantinople A letter mailed in Constantinople, Turkey. May 23, reached Ogden todav. It made the voyage from t h I s ? .srorplon," the ship that was Interned in Constantinople lor the period of the war. to New York on board one of the American battleships which has been in Turkish waters with the Allied fleet. The writer is ICarle I . Williamson, chief petty officer of the "Scorpion" and who was with the ship through all the time of internment by the Turkish government Williamson says that "We still have about a year's mail '.Somewhere in France' or elsewhere." Referring to the marriage of the sea men of the Scorpion with the maidens of Constantinople, the writer sas: "As far the Turkish maiden.-. I didn't draw one. though some of them are pretty fair lookers. Our boys continue the matrimony business four or five of the new crew are alrendy lashed to the mast and I presume that the game will continue. There is one slight mar in the story of the home papers and thai Is or the nationality all the girls were Greek or something else, not Turkish. Turkish girls may marrv none but Mohammedans. "Every mother's son of us had the flu here last year but we all pulled through. One man from here went home and found the whole family ex cept one young sister had died from this affliction during the time we were 'detained' here. "It is thought this ship will ro to Alexandria, Malta or some other port for repairs and I suspect we will do quite a little steaming afterwards about this part of the world It Is just 'Come day, go day, God send pay daw' " oo MYSTERIOUS FIRES OCCUR DURING THE MIGHT The local police are deeply con cerned over two mysterious cases of j night prowling and apparently at tempted Incendiarism near midnight , last night The first report -was received from I the home of Mrs. Rosa Kohn, 803 Twenty-fifth street, and upon investi gation by the police it was discovered that the Insulation of telephone wires were being burned. The second re port came a few minutes later from the Heber Scowcroft home, at 795 Twenty fourth street, where it was found by the police that some paper beside the house had been set on fin The fire department was not called in either case, the fires being easily ex tinguished. While the first call proved a puzzle for tho police, who considered that a burglar might have been preparing to enter the Kohn home, the officers be lieve that the second call solved the mystery aH to both. Sergeant Jensen, who conducted the investigation in ps Attendants Indulge in Scathing Criticism of Assembly. NEWS A SHOCK Realize Wilhelm Is Ex iled Forever From His Country. A.MERONGEN, Tuesday, June 21. (By the Associated 1're.ss) News of Germany's decision to accept tho peace terms, Including the clauso providing for ihe delivery of (he former Ger in. in emperor to the allies, reached the castle late yesterday evening. Exact ly how the former emperor was af feeted by the tidings cannot be ascer lalned hut the attitude of members of his party gives rise to the belief that i he news was a considerable shock. Winn the Associated Press corres pondent talkiil with attendants they il', i.i re, ',, , ' . , ., - .1 lre.nl known at the castli They made the most Bcathing criticisms of the German na tional assembly for its action. Evi dently they hail held to the hope that some way would be found for the for mer emperor to return to Germany Now. however, it apparently is realiz ed thai lie In exiled forever trom his eountry. The former monarch resumed his eustomary log sawing at the usual hour. oo ROBBER PROVES TO BE FROM II REEORM SCROOL Following a confession of Albert .Shea, the youih arrested last week for attempting to rob the safe at the God dar pickle factory, that his name is John Zebouski and his home is in South Boston, the local police made inquiry by telegraph and received in formation last evening that he was pgroled from the Suffolk School for I Coys last August. E. O'Mara, parole officer at Boston, has asked that the boy be held, stating that a letter will follow concerning what disposition to make of tho case. The boy haa been practically ident ified by .Mrs J ,M Drowning as the one (who entered her home last week. Jle Is also alleged to have entered the establishments of tho Miles L. Jones Coal company, the Frank Moore Coal company, Mutual Creamery company, Rawson Brothers' Coal company, the Ogden Furniture & Carpet company land the Coddard pickle factory, j He Is wanted in Salt Lake for j burglary nn BASEBALL The Mountain Brand baseball team of the Ogden Packing and Provision eompany will go to Garland next Sat urday to play a return game with the Garland boys. The local team defeat ed them last Saturday oo FIRE DESTROYS FEED ON ANTELOPE ISLAND SALT LAKE, June 25 The gTaas 1 fire on Antelope island, started Sat urday afternoon presumably by a cig laret, has been raging fiercely for two days and practically all of tho good ' grazing fields and pastures have been swept clear, according to the state ment made last night by Blair Rich ardson, who witnessed tho conflagra tion. J. E. Dooly, owner of the is land, who has been pasturing about 1500 head of cattle there, has found it necessary to transfer them to the mainland for shipment to eastern stock yards. The wind scattered the fire in every direction and it was with difficulty that the ranch houses were saved from destruction, according to reports com ing from the island. Fifteen thousand acres were burned over, with only 3000 acres left for grazing purposes. I W---, .-, .rta.. each instance, said that he believed that the fires were started by a de mented youth who was seen in the neighborhood of the Scowcroft home shortly before the fire was noticed. Miss Grace Matthews was awakened about 11:40 o'clock by the sudden flash of light on the Kotin residence, which adjoins the Matthews' home. In formation was immediately telephoned to the police. Investigation showed that the Insulation of the telephone wires had been burned, short-circuiting them, so that the telephone was useless. Brush and dry grass had been used In making the fire. While the police were searching the neighborhood for some trace of the culprit, another call was received from the Scowcroft home Investiga tion there showed that the fire had been started back of a rose bush trel lis along the wall of the residence PRESIDENT INVITED TD STOP I IN OGDEN ON HIS TOUR IN SUPPORT OF HIS COVENANT I Thai I'tah may still be included in, the itinerary ot Presidenl Woodrow , Wilson when he makes his swing around the circle to speak in behalf I of the league of nations, after his re turn to the United States, was indi cated in replies to telegrams sent by Mayor T S Browning and the Mer chants of Ogden recently, and which replies were read this morning at the meeting of the board of commission ers. The mayor and the Merchants of I Ogden sent telegrams to ihe president 'through Secretary Tumulty, inviting I him to make Ogden one of the stop ping points. Almo.si Identical mes sages were sent to Congressman Wei ling and Senator Smoot asking their support. The replies, which were from Sec retary Tumult y and 'ongres.-im.m Wel ling, states that the president's itiner- ary had not been made up, but more than likely a stop will be made 'In I Utah, but whether In ( )gden or Salt jl,ake was not made known. Following Is the text of the message:- sent . "Press dlspatehes state President Wilson will pass through Ogden, (Jtabi in tour of country, but will not stop in Utah citizens of this state greatly desire to see and hear their president, v, horn they have steadfastly sustained during ihe war period. Respectfully urge that itinerary Include address by President Wilson In Ogden. Phase wire earliest possible dale if this ran be done, so that arrangements can be made for big demonstration. (Signed) "T S BROWNING. Mayor. "MERCHANTS OF OGDEN. "John S. Lewis, President." nn SCOTCR ARE HOLDING Ail OUTING AT LAGOON The SCOtfl ate holding their annual outing at Lagoon this afternoon and evening Residents of this state of Scottish descent are gathering at the summer resort n pay homage and ro jspect. to their native land A large party of the Joy makers lefi Ogden this aft moon at 1:30 o'clock ,on a special train. To advertise the affair, a real Scot tish band with their bagpipes, kllr and banners, formed in front of the city hall, marched along Washington avenue to Twenty-fourth street, to the Bamberger depot An excellent program, Scotch to the hilt, has been arranged for and every' one who attends is assured a good j time. oo GROCERS TO 1IVE AT 3 O'CLOCK FROM SALT LAKE About two hundred delegates to the Grocers' convention at Salt Lake City, i will arrive in Ogden at 3:30 o'clock jthis afternoon and proceed to the Her-1 imltago in Ogden canyon for chicken and trout dinner, as the guests of the Ogden grocers. The delegates were due to leave Salt Lake at 1 o'clock, but there was delay in the securing of the equipment for the large party. The special did not leave Salt Lake until 2 o'clock. Immediately upon the arrival here special street cars were to be provid ed and the visitors taken to the Her mitage, where the banquet is to be served. The evening will be spent in dancing in the grove hall. The special will return to Salt Lake late this evening. oo Read the Classified Ads. i BOYS THIRTEEN BEING1 SEARCHED EOR BY PARENTS Mrs S. Roundy. 281 Center street.1 Salt Lake City, has requested the aid ,of the Ogden police in finding her son, I j Lanin Roundy and his companion, Fred I Tons, both 13 years old. i c c ording to the request for aid, thf I two boys left homo last Saturday for CentervlIle to work in the orchards. 1 !but, hearing that better wages were paid in North Ogden, they came here. Deaths and Funerals WANGSGARD Funeral services1 I for Jaek ncsgard were held thifl morning at lu 0 in the home, 556 Scc jond street, Bishop Moroni Chugg pre siding Bishop Chugg and E A. Lar kin were the speakers. Miss Lizzie Norseth sang "Sweet Little Rosebud"' and "Beautiful Isle" Interment, Og-j dent City cemetery. oo Wild West Is Subject at Meeting of Rotarians The possibilities of a wild west show In Ogden, similar to the one held at the Rotary convention in Salt Lake, was discussed at the weekly luncheon of the Rotary club toda at the Weber club. While the subject was thoroughly discussed, no definite action was laken. Short talks were given hy Mr Logic I from Scotland, Fred Searff of Chicago and W. L. Crawford of Louisville. A very favorable report on the con vention in Salt Lake was given. oo WEST OGDEN. A survey of the population of West Ogden and the factory Industry now in operation and under prospect, with re spect to both rush and slack periods, is being made to gain an idea of the effect that would be had by the build ing of a street car line to the Wilson Lane district over the Twenty-first street route The Merchants of Ogden have de cided that the Twenty fourth street route to the wt Ogden and Wilson Lane districts is not practicable, owing to the fact that, the viaduct is r.ot strong enough to support a street rail way line. The Twenty-first street route is considered the net best Fig ures compiled by the merchants show that even in slack time at the various plants, there are about 4000 people either living or employed in the two districts. According to the general plan the railway line could be so built as to serve the American Can company, Goddard Packing company. Van AJen Canning corporation. George A. Lowe warehouse, Everfresh Food company, Utah Power and Light company gas plant, and other industries in the north west part of the city, turning south to the Ogden Packing and Provision plant, the Union stockyards and other eoncerns on Twenty-fourth street and Wilson Lane and extending west to the Amalgamated Sugar company and Hansen Livestock and Feeding com pany plants. u The painters had just finished paint ing the walls, ceiling and woodwork of the kitchen, which small Catherine was inspecting Alter a few moments her eyes began to pain and water. "Oh, mother,'' she cried, "do the men put onions in their paint, (hat makes your eyes hurt?" rvr Read the Classified Ads. Read the Classified Ads. If there Is one thing more refreshing than a summer breeze it'a a criip organdie frill Paris decrees that the really amart woman Bhall indulge heavily in crlspiness especially In ruffles! n Aa a beginning perauade your modiate or your awn clever lingers -to create one of tnese prize confections the first a delicate JEngliah -print In black and yellow oo a white ground, fashioned jj dlvertlngly like an apron, and stitched about with black and yellow wool! Behold the perky organdie guimpe with its woolly edge! And. rg ot couree. never neglect the mere frothy frill of dawn pink organdie, ruffled is cascades and touched up with black satin Tlbbons, Efficient Public Service j , ff1 Tj ; Complete Electric Service , iL what a marvelous pic- ture of household ease fi and convenience the words ;r4 hold of washing, ironing, cleaning, sewing, cooking. 'r done quickly, smoothly, ;-. :1 without flurry, worry or upheaval. , I Iflyingl I AN f j j ingti I ELECTRIC I j Wat! RANGE I Exte Saves Time and S and Labor N'S Si jg itfed to Just a ,iiffy to prepare the - Urpwltl H food, then onto the electric B ! proxl Hp rano, a turn of the switch H ':: a!s0 and you are free for iffnso your other household tasks k I Pitsldent 11 free to read and njoy I cm ' L:'; yourself vifh never a j Piers and thought nl k,eP,ns the jj fire up or of getting coal p trough H and wood or watching I 1 Waitis co iO that somi-thing doesn't Iklocatii 1 boil ov.T and hum. fir'datl HA, , ,. vsible i And when dinner is over. rfen on 2gj there are no pots and pans roperty, H to scour free of sooty B in e: - frrimo. Tho range is clean Mt.e i itself and keeps the kiteh- -: Sigatoi t en and utensils clean j ptpared abnltted lhousands 01 ti,:, Housewives I k p fes In the intermountain west S H are enjoying the cool, Hi fli clean convenience of elec- g H trie ranges with surpris- pp i HI ing economy of operation. H " .Many of these housi wives g j ; v are paying for thoir ranges I on ojir easy pavmenl plan " V ' Let us M. VOl ahout it "7 I Lamps in Four i -( Varieties You'll like the beautiful H Miller lamps from their H q cheery amber shades jH down to their beautifully turned pedestals. The jg A p handsome appearance of p Y fi a Miller lamp adds di.s- j i tinction to any home, Vn ! while the moderate cost H 1 V p enables any home to have H ft t; one. (Jn" stork is now ' I , ! P complete, ; j I For a Gift 1 1 "We have a little combina tion disk stove and chaf- H 1 fing dish that is as dc ) light fully useful as it is gf I decorative. A girl grad- f uate would lovo one for her fudge partus and 1 bride would appreciate g I its cozy convenience. 1 Utah Power I I j & Light I 1 1 Co. Ill "Efficient Public Service S ( I I Eccles Bldg. Phones 655-656 fjfl ' I