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II."' TAKE A SLANT AT THIS THEN AT THE CALENDAR .. , - f Congress votes to let old higmco E&rly j UCHN SAW.efCOftNCOMt ACW! BEGUN TO DROP NOTICEABLY ? DCUYEREt) HIM3ETLP TDTM AVUtS I PBOCCC05 TOGO TO OUANUtAU'HOMGf " ' I I. BUREAU TO PHI "IDE! i TWO FLAGS" 1 ..The dramatic club of the Tlunlsville 1' 1 farm bureau will present "Under Two Flags" tomorrow evening at the ward ' amusement hall. Mrs. D. D. McKay 1 is directing the .production. The cast is as follows: Gertie Cecil.' first lieutenant of ! - guards '. Erncs,t McKay : I Derkelcy Cecil, .'.lis brother j j II&iu-j' Jesperson f; ' Lord Rockingham Eail Fell ; I "Uake," Bcnlc Cecil's mini ! 1 , Arnold Rcnstrom K j Den Davis William Ferrill if Baroni, money lender ...Arnold Berlin J Captain Lenox. Picpou. Maton, Chaus Hers. ( Pepit Plcpon Chester Engstrom Maton Thco McDonald Cigarette Miss-Phyllis Berlin I Little Venitia (Rockingham's sifter) 1 Mildred McKay Lady Oencvere Miss Blanche Felt Lady Venitia (12 years later) Mrs. D. Wangsgnrd Npra McShane (VenitJa's. maid) . . . . ' . Miss Man ol Engstrom Chorus by soldiers, troopers, etc. Directed by Mrs. D. D. McKaj. 00 I-. Barbers Notice On and after Saturday, April 3rd, 1920, union barber shops will close at S o'clock p. m. on Saturdays, and chil dren's haircuitlng will be fifty cenf. ( on Saturdays. Other prices and hours will remain the same as at present. Adv. -11-11 j Looting of Freight Unchecked in Austria VIENNA. April 1 Looting of freight trains particularly of foodstuffs and wearing apparel goes on uncheck ed throughout Austria. Unless con voyed, it is said, a shipment stands j little chance of coming through Intact. Tre robbers seem well organized and (armed and often so numerous as to jrcsisi arrest. v Gift cargoes from other European states seem the favorite plunder and, I according to report, much of the stolen 'goods has been found for sale in the open market. A large consignment of this charac ter from Sweden arrived this week and when the well arranged food par cels, containing Hour, fats and other staples, were opened it was found tliar a portion of the fat and flour had been skillfully removed from each package and a sack of Austrian salt substituted to make u,p the requisite weight. 00 For perfect projection, a pic ture as clear as a bell, on the only concave screen in Ogden, visit the Aihambra, Utah's greatest picture palace, show ing today "The Cinema Mur der' New York's great White Way, the dazzling, alluring life of an actress and the other side behind the curtain. 'The Mystery of the Yel low Room," Real Arts great special comes Sunday with Remick's great soloist, Frank Gibeny, Aihambra theatre. IIS UTAH TOWN IS! WTO WELCOME TOURIST IN STYLE Cedar City is going to capitalize U.s nearness to Zion national park and make a bid for the thousands of tcir ists who will v',3it that wonderland the coming season, according to Emil Hansen, landscape architect of the Utah Agricultural college. Mr. Hun sen has just returned from Cedar Ci y where he went to lay out a municipal park and camping ground, designed especially to accommodate the tourln?. public. The new park and camping ground will be put into shape immediately. Ii will bo located right in the center of the town and will have several fea tures that should appeal particularly to the tourist. Summer lent homes, surrounded by trees and each supplied with v. latticed summer house, will be available. These tents will be pro vided with lights and stoves for cook ing. Bath houses with showers aro planned as is a large auto washing sta tion. Four modern tenni3 courts will also bo provided. Adjoining the enmping grounds will 1 be the city park. This will consist ! of paths radiating from a common cen I ter where the band stand will be lo 1 catcd. Spreading lawns dotted villi I evergreens and hardwood trees will , make this a park of singular beauty, j Tlie citizens of Cedar City are also j building a modern tourists' hotel for ' those who are not prepared to camp out. Zion Canyon is just three hours beyond Cedar, and the people rightly ; feel that they must make ample prep i arations to make the tourists' trip to j the can on most enjoyable. Mr. Hansen is giving his services to R: jtTTwimiiin7ff iiiriv"rHitimMffiiii 111111 iiiii wwriffiTTMffnnmrrTr'' 1 1 DON'T WORRY IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO ' 1 ! I" GET YOUR WASHER I SEE OUR SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AT OUR SHOW ROOMS FRIDAY I 1 1 AND SATURDAY 3 I Your Prettiest Things Come From I , Jgi the Crystal Beautifully Laundered H I Kfj?-.xJJr'' ' Z-ortiw5?M P FArmcni too dainty, no doily It is the reason for the Cryital'i h H I PKj - ir Sy5y"y to c'tcatc. for the tmooth running popularity. H H I jltq t?T-i rSm one-iray cylinder of the Crystal, Its We arc Dtmonttralint the S H I iiffi SSy W&$ JiJf action it o geutlc that the h;ercst Crystal Today a H I fif5! tty&P$'i ftbnct arc not harmed. Come in for fifteen minute and watch R H H ;t?( H vB$M ) A t-l- i ... 11 "vhi rinse, and wring a batch while 1 1 1 'I iffljPJeTl Th principle account tor the rapidity you are there 5 1 yk IfS with which every houiehold fabric u Watch iti speed in handling the bulk- 0 H 1 SSa&&ri, W -JT jPfi immaculately washed, k alto ac- it quilti. See its etntlencii to tho g H 1 gJfl counts lor the mildneii with which daintiest undergarments. You willbt E H I q daintiest garments are : cleansed. surprised and convinced. I H Elect ric Washer L Wringer I I UTAH PLUMBING & HEATING CO. I I 2344 Washington Ave. I ! Cedar City as part of the plan of the . Utah Agricultural college, to benllufy , tho state by beautifying of parks, play i grounds, and the surroundings of pub-j lie buildings. Mr. Hansen has alio planned the grounds for tho branch Agricultural college at Cedar City. Hibf activities have taken him into every j community of Utah and into southern Idaho. nn Sec the most beautiful wo- j man of the day gorgeous gowned in "The Cinema Mur der." Stage life on New York's Great White Way. A wonder-' ful feature, Alhainbra today, i Yellow Fever Expert of Ih S. Army Is Dead t SAN FRANCISCO, April 1. Dr. W1J. lam Martin, 71, medical inspector of' the U. S. navy, retired, and noted Tor! his work In combating yellow fever In i Florida and Louisiana, died here tc- i day. UCJ I j For perfect projection, a pic ture as clear as a bell, on the Jonly concave screen in Ogden, (visit the Aihambra, Utah's greatest picture palace, show ing today "The Ciaema Mur der," New York's great White ' (Way, the dazzling, alluring life of an actress and the other side behind the curtain. Jack Johnson Signs j For Finish Battle I ! I MEXICALI, Lower Cal , April 1. Fred Dalo, brother-in-law of Gov. Este ban Cantu, announced today that Jack Johnson, former world's heavyweight champion, now here, had signed with a syndicate represented by Dato to pSt on a finish fight here within ninety days. Dato said he wauld try to complete the match b securing either Fred Fulton or Carl Morris. oo Today "The Cinema Mur der," featuring Marion Davies on New York's great White Way, Aihambra, 3 days. Department Stores in England Amalgamate WASHINGTON, April 1. Amalga mation of department stores In Eng land is noted in official trade reports received here as the latest develop ment of a tendency toward combina tion in each branch of England's na tional industries. Big stores, especial ly those In the more important cities, are combining through purchase or consolidation and already it has be come apparent to some observers that the business soon will be concentrated in the control of a few big Interests. The American Chamber of Com merce in London reports that one of tho largest department stores of that city recently absorbed three competi tors and has branched out in South Amorlca through the opening of a large establishment in Buonos Aires. "The value of advertising as a sell ing force is becoming'morc realized in England," the report said. -"This movement towards amalgamation is not expected to destroy competition. , though it may lend lo narrow its I scope." I i - . To remind you Nazimova I plays only two more days at! Utah theatre in her latest pic-1 tuxc. Coming, Clara Kimball j Young in 'Forbidden Woman.' i 00 WOODMEN OF If WORLD . Large attendance requested Thurs ' day evening. April 1st. Election of 'delegatcs4o the District Convention, i M. A. GALT. C. C: ' WM. MULLER, Clerk. 'Adv. -1135 I Water and Care for 1920 l Mountain View Cemetery i Lot owners please confer with sec retary at 2-1S2 Washington avenue 'without delay. j. ALBERT F. RICHEY, Sec. 4133 oo ! "The Mystery of the Yel , low Room," Real Arts great special comes Sunday with Remick's great soloist, Frank Gibeny, Aihambra theatre. --the hoy " a can shop here alone ' j I any suit he might select would be the right style and safe-value' . he couldn't possibly go wrong in his judgment Mk but mothers, themselves, enjoy the displays so much that vve' '" Ijl I like to see them come along. the suits we sell are sturdy and wiry the liveliest lad can't get lH the best of them we've completely eliminated frailty from the makeup of the every garment. bH 1 ROBERT F. STROUD FACING SALLOWS ! ! Will Be First Man Legally Hanged in Kansas in Fifty I Years Unless Pardoned LEAVENWORTH. Kan., March 30. j Robert F. Stroud, of Juneau, Alaska, j will be the first man legally hanged in Kansas In almost fifty years unless President Wilson saves him by exer cise of executive clemency. The last legal hanging in this state took place in 1870 and the death pen alty was abolished in Kansas in 1907; but Stroud was tried and convicted in I federal courts for a murder commit ted in the federal penitentiary here and sentenced under federal law to be hanged. Another unusual feature of tho case is the fact that he would have escaped uith life imprisonment if he had not insisted upon a third trial which re sulted in a death sentence. If it is carried out he will be the first man to be executed In Leavenworth prison. s Stroud was serving a 12-year sen tence in the penitentiary for tho kill ing of a man in Alaska in a quarrel over a dance hall girl, when in 131C he attacked Andrew E. Turner, a pris on guard, and stabbed him to death with a dagger which he had made from a table knife, and carried in a con cealed pocket in his coat. Stroud as scrtod subsequently that Turner had called him a name. For this killing Stroud had three trials. In the first he was found guil ty of murder and sentenced to death, I but the court of appeals remanded the case on the ground that the trial Judge had failed to inform the jury of its privilege of bringing in a "qualified J verdict" limiting his punishment to life imprisonment. In the second trial the Jury availed itself of this legal pro vision and sentenced him for life. Stroud's lawyers felt that they had gained a victory, but at the prison er's insistence the case was again ap pealed, and at his third trial Stroud was once more found guilty and sen tenced to death. The case was carried tj the United States supreme court Thich affirmed the sentence Stroud has been aided by his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Stroud, who came from Alaska in an effort to save his life. She appealed to President Wilson to commute the death sentence. TAVDARD WANT ADS FOR RESULTS Smoke Too Much? B Let Nicofol i I Help You Qui j li Do you smoke too much? Thou.md: n Es men do and know It. Tliev v.-tnt in Sf ess or quit altogether but wiln.ot punil K ; themselves or endure the craviric thl ' f low "eavfnc off. Such men need Vico B.V tol which kills the craving and I make r Tin,i'-nF. t,ow." 11,0 usc of tobacco or mil t ilnF altogether easy and pleasant. N Icq. tol cures tlie craving for tobacco, tone up the -nerves and keeps you feeline and fit. Go to any drumlst for wcli rGe of Mcotol tablets sold under a steel bound guarantee of satisfaction or monei Pl refunded. Note: Ask your druggist what other: say about the wonderful power of Nfco- HH lol to break the tobacco habit. He know: ll and ho can be trusted to tell you the ful iniih. Advertisement. 00 Today "The Cinema Mur der," featuring Marion Davicj on New York's great White Jt Way, Aihambra, 3 days. If spooning doesn't lead to "cut ting" it will sooner or later lead tc "forking over." Some men chase the almighty flighty dollar, but not the one tho; IH owe, we arc regretfully informed. . 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