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J WEST STATES MEET :1 I William G King, Scout Com- mander of Ogden, to Preside j j !.; Over Session at Berkeley ! BERKELEY, Cal., Jan. 17. An cn- 2 I tire floor of a big hotel here will be ; converted into an outdoor camp for i i the housing of delegates from cloven I states to the western roundup of the Ij Boy Scouts of America Janunry 21 j ;h The states represented include Ari- h zona. New Mexico, Idaho, Oregon, ; h Washington, Montana, Colorado, Utah, wS ; Nevada, Wyoming and California. lM H Tll nrsrcm for the four days' ses- ia s'on follows: uJjm fk Wednesday. I j Morning session Opening: Charles dl i jller' actinS nationrf field scout ifii commissioner. IM Announcements Directors of de- JH partments: Chairman, Stuart W. 9 T French, president, Pasadena, fjfl HI'. Opening meeting. Introduction, of "sS PI Jamcs E. West, chief scout executive. ii r Committee report, "The. Relation of iVi It i Scout Exccutivo to the Function and J' I Responsibility of the Local Council," , .d jl; E. B. de Groot, scout executive, Los ' JuF f' Angeles. ; Impromptu talks: (1) Organization '3 T scout executive's office. (2) Budget. J ;l Luncheon, Hotel Claremcni. Theme:: '"'M "Who's Here and Ileiro," Charles H. j 39 jf Hunt, scout executive, Berkeley, Cal., i jifl jp presiding. Address of rolcome, M'ayor 71 ;I Bartlctt and Wells Drtiry, secretary j :JM jjf Berkeley Chamber of Commerce. I jg Jr 1 Afternoon session Chairman, John 9 i III Ij' Malm, scout commissioner, Den- ijj j Commitcc report, "Publicity, Policies j and Methods in the Local Field," Os- j car A. Kirkham, scout executive, bait II I Lake City, nl Committee report, "Social Activi st ties," Tallman H. Trask, scout execu ( tive, Pasadena, pj Scout banquet, Hotel Claremonl. u Thursday, ! Morning session Chairman W. J. Schultz, president, Bakersfield. Committee report. "Local Council's jl Training Program and Methods," Ray lit mond C. Hanson, scout executive, San if Francisco. I s Luncheon, Hotel ClaremonL Themo: i f- "National Scouting." Colin H. Livfng 0 stone, president national council, Boy It Scouts of America, presiding. If. Afternoon session Chairmnn, Dun h ca McKlnnon, president,, San Diego. F. Committee report. ,"fr6op Commit , tee; Its Functions and Rcsponsibil II ity." James E. Brockway, scout exec fl V utive, Portland. I Impromptu talk: "The Executive's ' Position Regarding Religious Institu i i lions." Committee report. "Troop and Pn- u trol Organization." G. H. Oberteuffr, 'J r scout executive, Spokane. Discussion. y Impromptu talks: (l)."Mass Dem-i : onstrations and Intertroop Competi- ?55 tion." (2) "Standardized Tests and Mrthods for Giving Same." r?8k I Volunteer leaders' dinner, Hotel ?.Ps:. Claremont. Theme, "Boy Lettdor- 2j ship," Dr. David P. Barrows, presi- fSaaL 110111 University"of California, speak- ;' ing; Robert G. Sproul, president Berk- ji I eley, presiding. -7M Friday. Sm- Morning session Chairman, WI1- ' liam G. King, scout commissioner, Og- "m , den. ,SIn : Automobiles ready to lake men to iJrS "BiS IdGn" (inspiration talk) Rev. sW ) Father C. E. Kennedy. rldiSj i Committee report: "Vitalizing Camp- JS8$- Problems Which Will " Include "B i Camp Policies of the Local Council." iffil i Charles II . Hunt, scout executive, $8 Berkeley. !S oo 'Wm BERGER MAKES APPEAL IB. MILWAUKEE, Jan. 17. Victor L. J Berger, socialist who has twice been kSI refused a seat in congress made an in- ' effectual personal appeal to Governor fl i E. L, Philipp to call another special efl 1 clcction- M r- 9 : I Bueno Tiempo Club 9 Dance HI l , January 19, 1920 l ; At Tenth Ward Ml Wj ' " 1 ....n 133 Canyon Road and Wash- M . ington Avenue JS ! Admission 25c. 8:30 p. m. 3 i ; Premo Jazz Orchestra 1 1 Buy the Cement that II is Best bv Test I Trade Mark M Made by the I Ogden Portland I Cement Co. Ogden, Utah. OGOEiGIILSliS ' FDR GEN. PM1 Commander Pleased to Renew Acquaintance With Miss Rich Whom He Met Overseas I At the Invitation of General Persh ing Miss Gladys Rich of Ogden gavo several soros and ukelele selections at the Elks' club in Salt Lake last night. The invitation was also extended to Miss Eva Bechtel, who formerly was connected with the canteen service of the Y. M. C. A. in France.- Miss Rich was privileged to enter tain General Pershing at Bordeaux, J France, shortly after the signing of' the armistice. Ho was greatly, pleased with the reception and at that timei sent to her the following conimunlca- j Hon: 1 "The memory of your chamiing songs and attractive personality will long remain a pleasant souvenir of my visit to Bordeaux." ''f The general also expressed himself as pleased at being able to hear Miss Rich give her excellent songs once I more. i f nn i P CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH ! MONEY. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this ' slip, enclose with 5c and mail It to Foley &. Co., 2S35 Sheffield Ave., Chl ,cago. 111., writing your name and ad-' j dress clearly. You will receive In re-. ; turn a trial package containing Foley's ' Iloncy and Tar Compound, for coughs, ; (colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pill3 ; for pain in sides and back; rheuma- j j tlsm, backache, kidney anil bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, ' a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for constipation, biliousness, j headache, and sluggish bowels. A. R. I Mclnlyro Drug Co. Advertisement. j oo IKflHWBILL PROVIDES 1 . FORHMEFiffi i Requests An Expenditure ofi $15,680,625 From War De- ! partment Surplus Funds I i WASHINGTON, Jan. 17. Expend!-' ture of $15,680,025 from Avar depart i mont surplus funds for airplanes and 1 'mc-Vors would be authorized by a bill I introduced in the house today by j Chairman Kahn of the miltinry affairs i committee. The measure Is designed 1 jto carry out the request made by Sec retary Baker to congress at the special session that sufficient appropriations be made to keep alive the war created j lairphino industry. , Under plans of the war department. 1 work to be provided by the authorized ! fund, would be- allocated as to bring j about the greatest doveiopuient of the!, industry. Most of the money would! bo for bombing planes, the cxpendi-r ture for these being ?5.625,000. Fori! purchase of other planes, sums would be provided as follows: Observation , 5S15.000; iwo senter fighting planes $212,500; pursuit ?2,5S7.n00; advance' training planes $1,575,000. Allotment! of $-1,805,000 also would be made for! the "purchase of motors. To promote j further the aviation industry, the de- partment has asked that the legisla- tion also set aside the legal provisions requiring department purchases on sealed bids thus permitting it to allo cate its purchases among various fac- , tories. "YE LITTLE THEATRE." As people vitally interested in the dignity and high place of the Art of the Spoken Drama, we ask the support of all who appreciate things worth while. Theatre plays Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights of this week, at 225 25th street. Tickets on sale at all Drug Stores. Subscription price fifty cents. Adv. ?. oo j BRAZIL SENDS DIPLOMAT. RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Jan. 17. I Auguslo Cockrane de Alencar, just, ap- j pointed Brazilian ambassador to the 8 United Slates, is considered one of Brazil's most accomplished and ex perienced diplomats. He has been in the Service 29 years. He was minis tor io Peru from 1911 until 1918 when he was recced to assume th duties of sub-secretary at the ministry of for 1 eign relations. Dr. do Alencar speaks English fluently. I oo 1HE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN. Rheumatic pains, backache, pains in sides, sore muscles, stiff joints or an "always tired" feeling are usually : symptoms of disordered kidneys. W. 9 W. Wells, Toquin, Mich., writes: "I am, , on my feet most of the time and get ' tired. But after taking Foley Kidney Pills I feel like a new man. I recom mend them to my customers and have never heard of any case where they did not give satisfaction." Prompt in action to relieve kidney troubles and bladder ailments. A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement. oo i Hero of Griffith Historical Bandit David Wark Griffith has harked back to the actual history of Califor nia in the memorable days of 18-19 to secure his hero for his new Para-mount-Artciaft picture, "Scarlet Days" which comes to the Alhambra theatre tomorrow. In the years when stage coaches were the only means of travel on the Pacific coast and the quickest and straightest shot was usually the best man, a bandit by the name of Joacquin Murletta used to roam the highways. He was a sort of American Robin Hood, for he would rob tho rich and give alms to the poor, always treated women chivalrously and, though a ter ror to every sheriff in California was a slave to his little Mexican sweet- I jflSfcfr- LAST TIMES TONIGHT7" I I j f,FpT1 Dorothy Datton I I jpl "HIS WIS FRIEND" j I I 1 ' 'I "Q" mures Always j I if HnJ -COMING TOMORROW I I lW:; ... - D. W. Griffith's I I 1 . GREATEST PICTURE I I A TALE OF THE OLDEN' WEST 11 j The Newest Griffith Picture I I I The latest and finest work of the great director of "Broken Blossoms," "Hearts of the World," "The Birth of a Na- I H i tion," "The Great Love," and other master pictures. M H I In this, his newest photoplay, D. W. Griffith turns the lens-light of his magical art on a new story of the olden west I a story of high-pressure fascination in which is woven the primitive, f ull-of-color, impassioned romance of the I days when the west was all out-doors. 5 I H I Lovers of adventure, lovers of thriUs, lovers of color and beauty, of excitement and suspense, lovers of love cornel M f H 11 1 I PRICES I SCHEDULE 1 8 r- a r.r T-i '' Dv,ors Open 4:30 P. M. 1 H I 1000 ATS, Mam Floor, . . . A .... . . 30c Curtain 5:00 P. M. B I i 1000 SEATS, Balcony 20c fnniwig i? apt vl 7:00 p- M. I B I f CHILDREN, AnySeat... .... ... ... . ... .......... ... 10c ' JT 9: ? M' ' B I j f.ll UJU.IIIJLTI1UII I mill '.HL..IIIII T- he.irt. He was a Mexican of food fam- ily who hated the Gringoes and liter I ally went on the war path against them. He finally ended his life in a wild flight from a posse by riding a broncho bareback over a precipice., i Mr. Griffith has woven this roman tic character into a thrilling motion I picture. The rele is taken by Richard Barthelmess, and tho rest of the cast is of the same high order. It is a pic ture historically correct and gripping in the extreme. I oo Lodge to Reply i the Wiisess Message NEW YORK, Jan. 17 A letter from Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massa chusetts tin reply to President Wil son's Jackson day message, will be read at a dinner to be given in the Hotel Astor next Monday night in hon or of United Stater, Senators Hiram W. Johnson of California, William E. Borah of Idaho, and James A; Reed of Missouri. Senator Lodge is expected to outline in his letter his views as to the future of the peace treaty. Addresses will be made by tho three senators. Colonel George Har vey will be toaetmaster and among those prominent in business and poli tics who will attend arc George W. I Perkins, Theodore N. Vail, Frank A. Muusey, William R. Wilcox, Everett ! Colby and Elon H. Hooker. I oo Pope Congratulates Hoover in His Work ROME.'Jan, 15. The pope has writ ten a letter to Herbert Hoover, direc tor general of the interallied relief or ganization during the war, congratu lating lrim on his work. The pontiff especially thanks Mr. Hoover for his , services in behalf of tho 3,000,000 chil dren who were innocent victims of the war. All Americans are exhorted, in the letter to help tho suffering populations. Boise Cifizee Shoots Woman and Hsmse!f BOISE, Idaho, Jan. 16 Frank Phar ris, said by his wife to be a grandson of Martin Van Buren, and Vinnie Barr are dead here as a result of bullet wounds said to have been inflicted by Pharris. Mrs. Pharris said her husband de serted her twolvo years ago. oo Girard Bank Mfced of $30,000 in Cash GIRARD, Alabama, Jan., 17. Four masked robbers held up officials and customers of the Phoenix-Glrard bank here and escaped with approximately $30,000 in cash and securities. A shot fired as a warning and the command of "hands up everybody" was given. One of the robbers statiouel himsolf by the door, another covered the cler ical force and the customers, while a third proceeded to loot the vaults of paper .njpney and-? sjpcuriyeB. The fourth robber, making his way into the private office of the, president of the bank, C. L. Mullins, commanded! him to throw up his hands or be shot.j Mullins refused and the assailant j clubbed his gun and struck at him. Miss Maude Bruce, a bank employe, warded off the blow. . The thieves then fled to an automo bile and escaped. Pursuit was begun immediately and a general alarm was spread throughout Alabama and Georgia. oo f JRipplinkg By WALT MP.SON. p 'i t in . i rrstj HAPPINESS. When all the nations, mad and scrappy, were plying sword and wield ing gun, we thought we would be blithe and happy, if ever that fierce war were done. We'd all get busy at our knitting, with quiet minds and hearts serene, and when arrived the time for quitting, we'd burn a little gasoline. To old time ways in peace returning, we'd soon forget the fields of gore, and by the lamp, at evening burning, we'd delve again In helpful lore. So far our hopes have all been broken, and ire has reigned where love should dwell; the words of ha tred still are spoken, and still the crazed disturbers yell. But now, me thinks, the clouds are breaking, this new year bids us hope again ; and pret ty soon we'll all be waking to peace on earth, good will to men. We've had enough of wild emotions, that shook and jarred us to the soul, of eloquence is frothing oceans, that bove us to no useful goal. So let us one nnd all de termine to be as happy as we can.j " " " " ' i I THE MAN OF j NO REGRETS Everyone who has Safe Deposit Protection has V no regrets he has con- (C fldcncc that his valu- K i V. ables are safe. ( 4& & O If you have not now V is protection, rent a Nuj V Safe Deposit Box in our 6 Fire and Eurglar Proof p Vault the cost is only $2.00 and up per year. J i M f, Lii i 1,' , ,1 1 rt t.i'Ti r ,u-i'L. ii a' i ivr ra-yij'JiT1 - tt avoid vain strife, forget the German, I ; and each one help the other man. 1 1 ' i I LITTLE BENNY'sl Note Room By LEE PAPE Tho wind was blowing like the doose yestidday, and me an Puds Simkins was down at the corner pertending it was blowing us erround more than wat it reely was, and I scd, I tell you lets wats do, Puds. "Wat? sed Puds, and I sed, Lets stay heer and watch for mens hats to blow off and then chase them' and bring them back, and maybe every man we chase one for will give us a dime or sumthing. G, thats a prltty good of a ideer, sed Puds, Wich It was, and we start ed to watch for mens hat to blow off, and about 10 men started to go past with their hats on and keep on going j with them still on, jnost of the hats' not even trying to blow off, and even wen they did try the men kuick grab bed a hold of them" as if they dident know about me and Puds standing there and waiting to chase them, wich they proberly dident. G, you mite think their hats was gold, the way they grab a hold of them, sed Puds. You mite think they was radium, I sed. Wich jest then a man dident' grab quick enuff and his hat went up in the air and started to roll up the street fas as enything with mo and Puds after it, nnd every time one of us twat wo had it, we dident, and it kepp on dodging as if it was used to being chased, and all of a sudden it tried to roll between Pudses legs and Puds quick put one foot on it to hold it whilo he picked it up, and the hole top of the hat was dented in on ac count of Pudses foot, being a derby hat and not supposed to be dented in, Puds saying, Heck, G, wash, I don't wunt to take: it down to him, you take it down to him. Like fun, I sed. And jest then sum body yelled Hay. Being the man still waiting down at the corner for his hat and proberly not knowing how it looked on account of Pudses foot. Be ing a big man with a tuff ixpression, and Puds sed, Aw heck, Im going to lay it on top of this firo plug and run. Wich he did, me running too to keep him company. oo Food Shortage Is Forecast for Year LONDON, Jan. 17. Tho shortage in production of food caused by the war has not yet been made good, and is not likely to be in tho next year, says Charles O. McMurdy, parliamentary secretary to the food ministry. The wheat crops in exporting coun tries had run down while the demand for wheat in the importing countries was up, ho declared. That was large ly due to the fact that crops in cen tral Europe wero greatly diminished. He predicted that the next year would j be the most critical since the com- I menccmcnt of tho war with regard to supplies and prices of both butter and cheese. Tho dairy product of Aus tralia would be much below the nor mal, owing to drought. There was no prospect of the world's supplies of sugar being in creased, he said. As regards meat there was a surplus in the, country at the present time but it should not be inferred from this that there would be no difficulty as regards the meat situation in the com ing year. In Europe, owing to the rav ages of war, the meat products would be down by about 3,000,000 tons. It was evident, he said, that the people of Europe would not be able to eat as much meat as they'had in the year before the war. Mr. McCurdy understood that the requisitions from France, Belgium and Italy at present amounted to between 100,000 and 500,000 tons. Ho did not seo where they were going to get it but it was evident that if people of this country got as much meat as they needed they would only have it be cause the rest of Europe was hungry and to a large extent would be starv ing. At the present time, however, there was a glut of meat in England and during the next twt or three months it would be arriving at a rate at which it would be difficult to dispose of it. There was a serious risk of a large proportion of these cargoes go'ing bad owing to inadequate cold storage facilities. Notable Cast m I "Scarlet Days" David Wark Griffith was, to say the least, not stingy of talent when ho cast the players for his new Para mount Artcraft production, "Scarlet Days," which is coming to the Alb. am bra theatre tomorrow. Tho central figure, .Alvarez, the chivalrous bandit, is played by Rich ard Barthelmess, one of the most gift ed young actors on the screen today. Ralph Graves, playing the role of the young Virginia aristocrat, will be re mombered as Dorothy Gish's leading man and also as the hero of Maurice Tourneur's "The White Heather." Eugenie Bcsserer, cast in the ap pealing part of Rosy Nell, the danco hall girl, is a well known character IH actress, and Carol Dempster, her IH "screen daughter," is one of the Grif fith "finds" of recent years, appearing first in "The Girl Who Stayed at Home." Others in the cast include George Fawcett, Clarlne Seymour, and Walter Long. 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