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PPv ny B I . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920 -sLfiT IJ . OSPHEUi i"; 4 i " ! . ; TOMORROW (SUNDAY) H i PRICES 50c TO $1.50 SEATS NOW II WHIRLWIND MUSICAL COMEDY f 1 Lively, Catchy Music a bevy of Pretty Chorus Girls who I. I can both sing and dance. A company of clever Comedians ; p i I and the world's famous Cartoon Creations themselves, !N 1 j "MUTT and JEFF" in an entirely New Comedy which is 'i j I truly a tornado of merriment. I'll- MuTnTSi1' 1 1 DREAM j t , : Physical Training "l; Urged for Mrefl , j, , i WASHINGTON, Fob. 21. Pc.'ntlos j 1 out that a lai-Ro pescantcrs w- M 1 '1 men taken in to the army dv:ln ih- "war were physically defective, P.cnvc- t ' sentative Fess. Itepublican, Ohio, hua 1 introduced a bill providing for nhveic;:! ' ( training for all school children' r.-?2j f , A -hc ages of G to IS years, j Corrective measures, ho said, rIbo . . I should be instituted by the alates. I li nn I' 1 1 Patriotic Services I f at Eleventh Ward I The Eleventh ward Sunday school i vill give a patriotic program in honor 1 ft'. of George Washington at the ward hall ' Sunday morning at 10r25 o'clock. All ''i.i miTTTni mmrn rrr it n nm member of the ward are invited. Mathias C. Tanner will deliver a short talk dealing with incidents in the life of Washington. Musical num bers will be given by Walter Stephens, Dorothy Nichols, Loring Nichols, Ed-, raa Christensen and Marcus Crllch-1 low. I f oo Double Speed' 'Is New Screes Comedy .. With Wallace Reid Wallace Reid in a new screen com edy. "Double Speed," will be tho at traction at the Utah theatre for foui days commencing Sunday next. The storv concerns "Speed" Carr, a weal thy joung "live wire," who on an auto trip from New York to Los Angeles is robbed of everything and obliged to take a lift into the latter city from n i friendly farmer. He had planned to I metfi his uncle, John Ogt'on. there to 1 U I ::, : DANCE .... J ,!'' S : TONIGHT v'-J . I. :jv,, I : " Woodman Hall ' hit Auspices I i ; j, S Employees Ogden Packing and Provision Co, j ! I i Is; rmr 1 1 ii ii ! . . THOUSANDS RETURi TO 1TIVE GGURSTRV Make Small Fortunes in Amer ica and Increase Them by I Rate of Exchange GENEVA, Thursday. Feb. 10. Thou sands of Poles, Czecho-Slovaks and Jugo-Slavs. mostly of the middle and working classes who made small for tunes in America, arrived in Switzer land recently on the way to their own countries, where their savings will bc increased by the rate of exchange some GO to 80 per cent. Some of them are returning through patriotism or homesickness and others j for gain, but fully three-fifths because thov declare. America has gone "dry" I which they consider tyranny, holding 'that after ten or twclvo hours of' (labor a workman should be permitted, 'to buy his beer or other drinks. I Thousands of the immigrants arc 'awaiting trains for Basle, Contance land Buchs, which, owing to the lack of coal, arc infrequent. Meanwhile the Swiss cafeterias are mixing a mild concoction labeled as whisky which is : being sold to the exiles at a high price. ' arrange about his inheritance, ejected from the bank as an impostor whtn hei presents himself there as "Sped" Can.i the youth secures a' job as chauffeur to tlie bank president's daughter, tak-l ing the name of Barry Cole, which he had heard by chance. Anxious to pro due "Speed" In order that he may negotiate a loan with his uncle, the banking man gets the supposed chauf feur to pose as the missing young man. All sorts of complications follow, but of course, it all turns out happily for "Speed" and the girl. ' included in the supporting casi are! Wanda Ilawley, Theodore Roberts nnl 1 Tullj Marshall. The picture, which is a Paramount Artcraft, was directed by Sam Wood. oo Nyberg Pleads Guilty j in District Court i William Nyberg pleaded guilty to a charge of petit larceny before Judge A E Pratt in the district court yester day and was sentenced to servo 45 days in the county Jail. Nyberg was arrested at Logan charged with rob bing an Ogden rooming house j "Every "Woman" every man' will want to see "Every Wo man." Alhambra tomorrow. Stables for 32 Troop ! E Horses Selected i Stabling accommodations for a ship-1 ment of 32 horses for Troop B of the I Utah national guard were made yes-J terday when Colonel Fred Jorgensen.i adjutant general of Utah, Captain , William Gordon, regular army officer; attached to the Utah national guard. and Captain W. L. Burton, command ing Batiery C at Salt Lake inspected several local stables. A stable crew of five men will be as signed for permanent duty with the arrival of the horses. oo WEBER LOOSE f. ib s. mm Special meeting Saturday. Feb. 21 at 7 30 p. m.. for work in M. M. de gret. By order of W. M. F. E. NICHOLS, Secretary. 30C5 GET YOURTSGKETS TS HEAR HEiFETZ Ogdenitcs who wish to hear the great violinist, Heifetz, to appear at the Salt Lake theater Saturday, Feb. 28, arc requested to send their n?mea into the Ogden Conservatory of Music before Tuesday next and reservations wil' be made for them. 3057 uu "Every Woman" every man will want to see "Every Wo man." Alhambra tomorrow. ;B A T H I N G BATHING w i Ml H i ;:- -;Vv?S GET THE HABIT : ' Si T .:;.XV Of Spending Your Sundays j I 1 UTAH HOT SPRINGS :'' ' I I : ' " - S.CLkt1-. "2? Minutes from Ogden" - J-J H I : '77 , ' 1 Music afternoon and evening ' : Hi I ''r'-ffi' FREE DANCING ' H 'II t5 '..':'..' Monday, February 23rd ; H i ll ..I..,:.. J....,':'! Afternoon and Evening H 1 11 Good Music !r I' 3 JwrV ' REFRESHMENTS ' w il ;.4:J : ' COURTEOUS SERVICE H( -'' 5 HHS -fATHING BATHINGi HAROLD LLOYD ID HIS FI LLQYDIES IIT "08DEM" SUM; i Harold Lloyd has :i bevy of fair beauties supporting him in "His ltoyal Slyness," his newest two-reel comedy for 5all)c. This lively comedy is the ! storv of a boog agent who becomes' the Prince of Razzamatazz. Much or the action takes place in the loyal co.irt where, as the pseudo-prince. ' Lloyd flirts with the Lloydies in wait ing. Mildred Davis is the lending Lloydy and Snub Pollard. Gus Leon ard and Noah Young lend valuable support. "His Royal Slyness" comes to the Ogden theatre torriorrow. to gether with Lew Cody in "The Broken Butterfly." CHURCHES 1 FIRST .CONGREGATIONAL--Rev Godfrey .Matthews. Divine worship and sermon at 11; Sunday school a' 12: J 5; young people's meeting at G C0 and divine worship and sermon a: 7: 'J'J. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Ed ' wa.'-ii Carver, pastor. Morning worship at 11: Sunday school at 12:15; Amcrl-, can Legion service at 7:30; Washing- ton dinner and entertainment Monda ! evening. CHRIST SCIENTIST Sunday' school at 0:5; regular service at 11. theme, "Mind"; testimonial meeting at' 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. Read ing room in First National bank build ing. FIRST BAPTIST Dr. Ray Palmer, ministei. Sunday school at 10; morn ing" worship at 11; young people'.; meoiing at G:20; evangelistic service at 7:30 o'clock with sermon by pastor. VALL AVENUE BAPTIST II. L. Mat que, pastor; morning worship at 11; Sunday school at 12:30 and young people's meeting at 7; song service and tcrmon at S p. m. CHURCH CF GOOD SHEPHERD John W. Hyslop, rector. Holy commu nion at S a. m.; Sunday school at 0:15; morning prayer and sermon at 11; Lenten services every Wedacsda and j Friday at 7:30 p. m. " i I METHODIST EPISCOPAL Chris-1 tian R. Garvor, pastor. Sunday school 1 at 10; morning worship with sermon at 11; class meeting at 12 noon; Ep worth league at 6:30; evening wor ship and sermon at 7:30. N FIRST CHRISTIAN W. L. Mellin ger, pastor; Bible school at 10 a. in. Morning worship and communion at 11; evening service at 7:30 with pa triotic address by the pastor. DANISH LUTHERAN Danish Lu-1 theran services will be held at 3:30 o'clock Sunday in the church at Twenty-third and Jefferson with Rev. J. C. Carlcen officiating. ENSIGN MISSION 131 Twenty fifth street. Sunday services at 3 p. m., Bible study; regular preaching service at 8 p. in. THIRD VARD Regular services in Third ward. Priesthood meeting at 0 a. m. Sunday school at 10:30 and sac rament service at 7:30 with special program. ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Jefferson avenue and Twenty-third street. Sunday school and Bible class j at 10 a. m. No other services on ac-i count of district meeting at Idaho! Falls. - ,nn I HODPERSUGflRGO. SENDS DDIS CHECKS TO BEET GROWERS The Hooper Sugar company today was mailing out to its beet growers the bonus checks the company is giv ing to the farmers who furnish beets to the factory. The farmers are re ceiving ?1 bonus for each ton of beets furnished the factory during thp re cent season. Returned Service Man j Drinks Deadly Dose TWIN FALLS. Idaho, Feb. 21 Wes-i ley Milton Burgess, 2-1, returned serv ice man of Hazelton, Idaho, died here after drinking three bottle of a patent medicine said to have contained a large percentage of alcohol. Burgess wsa planning to bo married within a short time to a French girl who is now on her way from Bordeaux, France. Handsome Home Of 6 rooms now on the market. Mr. Swaner will show this home tomorrow from 2 to 5 j P. M. at 1375 25th Street. I I h I" ' SUNDAY (jeTtodT'I BUCK, JS L "DOUBLE SPEED" in , SS, '' "THE LAST STRAW" 1 Ks ' k 'te'-i The Latest Fox Sunshine Comedy ' . "IIUNGRIWSA1 j ' ' v II T1-A II i j N Supported by , . jjJ J J Wanda Hawlcy, Theodore Roberts and Tully f-arj W"gT iX n3SnfcTP j Marsha., 1 H fc A 1 RE j C11SSE POWER FBfi THE BIG Hill MIC ,. Pioneer Mine Builder Con tinues, to Give "Pep" to the Enterprise it is one thing to pioneer in a mining camp and bring it through the hey dey of Its Infancy. It is another thing to come back and help it in its middle age with an injection of new lif with prospect of giving it more, life than ever. That is what Jesse Knight has done and is doing for Tintic. There are those who declare tha. wJlh the completion of the Tintic Grain tunnel, projected for six miles to tap some of the oldest properties of the camp at great depth, an entirely new em will develop. With this work com pleted, they say, the real greatness of the district will become apparent. It is a stupendous undertaking, conceiv ed in the large vision that has always characterized Mr. Knight's activities. It has possibilities beyong imagining. It ranks among the great tunnel proj ects of mining history and Is one of the very greatest mining undertakings ever started in this slate. The Tintic Drain Tunnel company, while an entirely independent organi zation from the other Knight piopcr ties,' through its common ownership 'mil rtnnn rrntiirtn Imp In ."d nstm "U UKUiilbUil.ul Jlt.O IU1U UUL (V UUUl prchensive program for the economic development and drainage of aH tho main Knight properties such as the Colorado, the Dragon, the Mammoth, tho Iron Blossom and other properties of i be Empire Mines company. To realize these benefits at the earli est date possible a shaft is being sunk about 7000 feet east of the Dragon shaft on the tunnel line. At this point it will require a shaft 1500 feet deep to correspond with the point of con tact with the Dragon shaft and the por tai of the tunnel. The shaft is now down about 3G0 feet and thoroughly equipped for its completion. As rooo as che required depth has been ob tained drifting both ways will bo pros ecuted with vigor. The tunnel has now been extended a total distance of ap proximately 6000 foot from the portal. This comprehensive plan is character istic of all that Mr. Knight undertakes, and shows his unlimited confidence In the future of the Tintic district. The tunnel, in addition to tapping the well known mineralized section in and around Godiva mountain, will cut through the southern and eastern por phyry section of the district, where the early mining of the Tintic district wn done, and where mucli good ore was taken out of I lie oxidized zone Further development of this section, however, was impossible owing to the hcuNy flow o water encountered in the porphyry. M.-. Knight is confident, both from observation and from. actual diamond drill work and deep development from the Dragon and Iron Blossom, that all j the porphyry showing on the surfac?.1 and for several hundred feet in depth! will be replaced by lime above the' tunnel level, and it is his confident I prediction that the fissures worked Jn ( the porphyry mines in the early day?; of the camp's history will make rich 1 replacements in the underlying lime I formation. This assures ultimate suc-i csss to tno tunnel project independent of Ks connection with the well known ' producing mines on Godiva mountain. The deep Interest in the completion of the tunnel project is shown by many of tho prominent Tintic operators through their, entering into royalty contracts with the tunnel company providing for a graduated royalty on all ores whose extraction is facilitated by Uie tunnel company's projecv. The company now has royalty con tracts with the following mines: Te sora, Dragon Consolidated, Empire Mines, Iron Blossom, Colorado, Tintic Central and Sioux Consolidated. Thesn royalty contracts provide for payment I to tho Tintic Drainage Tunnel com pany for all ore mined below the pres-i ent water level as well as free title to all water doveloped. In this .alter' connection It can be stated that the : far-seeing Mr. Knight has already se-i . cuvd 2300 acres of agricultural laud below the portal of the tunnel to be ir rigated by the tremendous flow thaf is !."ing doveloped. Numerous other companies hav? sig nified their desire to enter into roy alty contracts, which may doubtless som day be merged into haulage con tracts if it ultimately becomes feasible to take ore out through this adi- The baiisof the royalty contracts is as fol io. vs: On $20 net smelter returns 10 per cent; 520 to 30, 0 per cent; $30 to $40, S per cent; $-10 to 50. per cent: $50 to $G0, C per cent; all over $G9, 5 per cent. The Knight interests have in t4he de velopment of this project secured 27 patented claims and 218 unpatented claims. Tho company does not propose to I sell any stock for less than par, $1 i per share, and is not endeavoring to i market even at that figure, the com I pany officials declaring that this stock out,''ii. easily to be worth $1 to $5 a ' share. I Officers of the company are Jesse I Knight, president and general man ager; Mrs. Jesse Knight, vice presi dent; W. Lester Mangum, secretary I s3 When Buying Bread ask lor :SiS Federal BreaJ made by the Federal System of Bakeries. Krystal Kiur i bread made by the Norda Bakery; In fection and Purity bread made by tL -1 Wheeler bakery. Union label on crc;y f I loaf. Advertisement. i and treasurer, with tho following ii- : ditional directors: Knight S, Jorta ; It. E. Allen, John S. Smith, Rayirai Knight, E. F. Burch and Henry Br- ney. See Marguerite Clark in her , latest, "A Girl Named Marylr Col. Alfalfa, a Study in Auto . Gears, Pathe's Weekly. Aduili any seat 20c, children 10c, A!- hambra tonight. j SUFFERED 3 YEARS WITH RHEUMATISM CATARRH AND STOMACH TROUBLE, SINCE TAKING NO, 40 FEELS FINE Gary, Ind.. April 25, 1919. "I suf fered for over three years with chronic rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, stomach trouble, bad blood, nervous spells, aching limbs, so I could not sleep- Saw' an advertisement in the daily paper about Jdendenhall's Num ber -10 For the Dlood. Thought I would give it a trial. Although I was dis couraged, as I had doctored with a number of physicians and tried numer J ous medicines without receiving any 1 benefit. I have taken but two bottle ; of Number -10. Can eat anything I jwant without fear and am'not near so I nervous and am feeling fine. I am now starting on my third bottle. Mrs. Gos tme Rainey, 2270 Jefferson street." 40 is demanded in female irregularities, rheumatic, gouty conditions, malnutri- ttion, auto-intoxication, consupaW- liver, kirinoy and stomach tioow Believed to remove and prevent pj stones, appendicitis. Successfully fcj j in eczema and skin diseases, t- t with phenomenal success in ctuiM f rheumatism, catarrh, lumbago, mj L (pain in the muscles, muscularity matism or neuralgia), glandular sw r ings. scrofula, mercurial and i poisoning, abscesses, sores, ?itM boils and carbuncles. The best w J gist in your neighborhood 6 Number -10. but if it happens ri r does not, send direct to J C je ; hall Medicine Company, a,n.;T . Indiana, and receive it delivered t i at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles for y A. K. M duty re Drug Cc-Artcm ment. II Announcement I Tie Anto Salvage Company has opened ta ; i ness at 2348 Grant Ave. and is prepared to buy aetos for salvage, regardless of their condi- ! tioe. f We are Authorized Agents for tho J. B. Clark Auto Accessories ' r- Auto Salvage Co I Battery Service j Phone 467 2308 Washington Ave ,L j OGDEN D-G BATTERY CO. d !