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l f s TI-IE OGDEN STANDARD: OGULN, D 1 AH. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1919.
I I Tjfr'TTlTr I Owing to the fact hundreds were turned away last evening and j I I iN J X "BEARCAT" can remain only Today, the theatre will open at 1 I I 12:30 today. The schedule will be 1-3-5-7-9 o'clock. 1 I J " THE VALUE IN PICTURES lH CHAS. NEVILLE BUCK'S GRIPPING NOVCL OF THE CUM3ERLANDS I H ou ver witnessed a show with more intense acting and J I 1 ffP tions than "Bear Cat" affords When "Bear COMING TUESDAY 1 Eg Cat Went Dry is a story ot love, fighting feuds and thrilling K S situ INDEFW RUN l US f8 enormous rental. the management has reduced THE PRIC 0MJ.S ro : FAL THE STIPULATED PRICES IN THE CONTRACTS. CAPACITY AUDIENCES IN THE BIG THEATRE ENABLES US TO QUOTE THE L0WE3T PRICES IN THE COUNTRY. f -J 3 THE THEATRE WILL OPEN AT 10 O'CLOCK TUE3DAY. YOU CAN SEE THE SHOW BEFORE THE PARADE TAKES PLACE. THE BIGGEST HAPPY SURPRISE OF THE YEAR ftf 1 9 B MiaiimiMiiiiMBMBrj H Holland and H Belgium Ar eNot H On Good Terms LONDON. Sept 21 An official win Irs- dispatch from B i tin flaU d Sal -H Urday, says that Hip s; in h amh.is B sador at The Hague having been H withdrawn, the Iiutch ambassador at Hl Brussels also has been withdrawn. ms oo 15c matinee price until 7 o'clock; after 7 o'clock, 25c, to see the great sensation, "Wives of Men," at the Rex today and tomorrow. Pershing Gives Liberally to the ' French Red Cross WASHINGTON. Sept. 22. General Pershing's last days in France eon -(mined an Incident which is disclosed! in a report jusL reaching national I headquarters of the American Hed Cross from Paris. It was a y.'dl of 9 4,625 40 francs, over $1(1.000 lrom' ! (General Pershing and tin- officers of his staff, to the Red Cross to be ele I voted to some deserving work among the mothers and rhildren of France who suffered in the war. A letter I accompanying the donation stipulated I that the money be placed in the Statis and Stripes war orphan fund, which, assisted by the Red Cross, has "adopt ed" thousands of French children whose fathers were killed in battle. Pershing had awarded the distin guished service cross to Private Wal lace Cornwallis, Wash. no Stockmen Notice Wanted to feed for someone, 300 or 400 head of cattlp during winter. Wild hay Address Alma Iverson. Promon tory. Utah, or Ed Ja? person, Kosmo. I Utah. 9530 State Police in a Clash With the Working Class PITTSBURG;, Pa Sept. 21 There was a clash between Fennsvlvanla state police and a crowd at Clalrton, 20 miles from Pittsburg, this after noon whpn the troopers broke up a labor mass meeting. Several in the crowd were injured and about a dozen were arrested. Nature always warns you if youi bowels are clogged or inflamed heed this. Hollister's Korkv Mountain Tea removes the inflammation, soothes the irritated organs, aids natural digestion. A cleanser, purifier of great renown. - Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement. KING AND QUEEN START. BRUSSELS, ep; 22 (Hava.v) King Albert, Queen Elizabeth and Crown Prince Leopold left Brussels this morning for Ostend where hey will co on board the steamer Qeorge Washington for their voyage to thei United States. vv The Alhambra will open at 12:30 tomorrow with "His Majesty, the American," Doug Fairbanks' first great 8-reel picture. 10c, 20c, 30c. oo Read tho Classified Ads. ro . Read tho Classified Ads. "BEARCAT" Breaks All Attendance Rec ords at the Alhambra. one of the greatest shows eer pre1 en l il Si the Alhambra theatre v;s I riven last evening, "When Bearcat V. hi I r " ..ml ' Rowdy Vnn " Hefore jtho first 5 o'clock t.how was finished, I there wasn't a vacant seat in the si. a Cibua Alhambra The feature consists of six reels which are a masterpiece of art and one of the most exciting productions ever taken by the camera owing to the great numbers of nic tures booked at (he Alhambra the time is cut too short, according to the merit Of the production. '"Bearcat" could draw a full week's run. See it todsy. enly 6c. 15c and 20c "Doug" comes tomorrow. Advertisement. The Alhambra will open at 12:30 tomorrow with "His Majesty, the American," Doug Fairbanks' first great 8-reel picture. 10c, 20c, 30c. Eleven Days in Lighthouse Without Food or Water MIAMI Fla . Sept. 22. -Eleven days without food or water, twelve surviv ors of the recent hurricane huddled in a lighthouse on North Klbow Cay, a smaU island in the Florida straits, which was swept elean of everv vis taie of human habitation during the storm, were located yesterday by a( submarine chaser which brought back I story of devastation and human suf taring unsurpassed by any that has come from the storm area Huge waves sweeping over t he 1 island carried away sepulchres con taining bodies of former inhabitants. It was reported, swept all livertock in'o the sea and destroyed other food Mipplle.-. leaving the inhabitants , whose only hope of survival lay in the impregnnbilit of the lighthouse in which they gathered, absolutely destitute. Copra Prices Are Bringing Prosperity PAPEETE. Tahiti, Aug 20. (By Mail ) The rising price of copra fort casts better times for the Society Isl ands after a period of depression due to the effects of the influenza pi demic, the low price of copra, exorbit nnt freight rates and the scarcity of labor. One effect of the advancing price of copra is indicated in reports from 'he pearl islands of the Paumotu ;t our that the taking of pearl shell will be light this ear. Owners of planta tions are remaining home to make copra. Cold weather has prevented many divers from going after the shell this year. Despite tlie more optimistic senti ment brought by higher copra price:-, many residents here believe I he econ omic condition of the Islands will not be much better until France adopt:- .i diffeient attitude toward Tahiti and French settlements in Oceania. Many Vessels from Alaska. SEWARD, Alaska. Aug. 25. (By Mall ) Vessels recistcred from Alaska ports this year total 1,018, according to custom lecords. Never before in the territory's history has the num ber of Alaska craft gone over 1,000. Most of the vessels are in the fil ing trade and are of small tonn 'Hie toral tonnage of the l.uix is 79,584. Johnson Is Defeated BERKELEY, Sept. 22. William . ,T- mpioiB .i 1 1 'I No: mi. in Bro 1 ' i-.i li.in j itar, In an exhibit inn mate! tenia)' j on the Berkeley Tennis club courts, j 8 I, 3;6, C i. ..'Obi "It ll' v . .1 hetier ! form than ever before on the coast. i Id Patterson, B team I . . 1 - i tt A " u mi i .. . .. i i ible in ..I e Pa v i- .n mL the fjr.i set and the first three cum 1 1: that rfrl M v IS only got L of Mi i ! l m? set handily. 0 n 1. i ( i - ml i tlonal slngli cha tnpion, 7 :., l 5, c J J J. J. Brummitt, Z4i7 Hud ll son avenue, pays highest j orices for Liberty bonds. ' V GALVESTON IS SAVED BY SEA WALL R , . , Tt CALVF-STON'. Galveston's wonderful r.eawall. built after the flood of 1900. proved Its worth iyj again In the recent hurricane which tept tho Texss iu...st. Hugi iv - dasht 1 rer Ihfl se-a wall -. and water r.-.n three reel deep In tbo streets, bu t th cftj was saved from the d that fOl 'J lowed the 1 9on hurricane and tidal wave The sea wall Is 17 feet high. I feet wide at base and five feet at crest and covers the entire frontage of the city. It cost $2. 000. 000. c