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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 June 1920

' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE ,6, 1920. " I ' Special Inducement to I jPj ( Purchase Your . I H ' refrigerator I B&ii - This Week I I HV ! 500 P0UNDS OF ICE FREE WITH EACH I I 1 tj ' REFRIGERATOR UP TO $35.00 1 L 4 KlflrttF jjlS-r 1000 POUNDS OF ICE FREE WITH EACH I I llT REFRIGERATOR ABOVE $35.00 I B Assortments, are at their best now, and you will be 1 B I able to choose the size most suitable to your oaclr. I H I We are featuring the Gibson and Ranncy makes. They are moderate in price and tj H I very efficient. We have carried these famous makes during the last fifteen years and 1 H I can guarantee them absolutely satisfactory or money back. I They are priced as follows: $18.50, $22.50, $26.00, $32.50, $45.00, $55.00, $57.00, I $60.00, $65.00, $69.50, $85.00, $92.50 and up to $135.00. 1 I LIBERAL TERMS OF CREDIT 1 H . f ' STATE ANDJDAHO MEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I Believes Johnson to Meet De feat; Talks to Salt Lake Interviewers SALT ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 June 1920

i Ah I I 12 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1920. I I Does Your Garden Grow? S3? 8 3g 33 32? 83? 36? ' Ogdenites Take Chance 5ff as? as? 3s as? se? as? as? Weeds Win Over Spade IN By Harry Bag ley, Jr. Though not impelled by needs of war to snntle, and rake and hoe, and I to litter up ihe back yard, offer en; couragement lo neighbors' poultry', , and irrigate a choice crop of as sorted noxious weeds, a number of i Ogdenites took the chance and in 1 trying to get "back to' nature" with out leaving town, betook upon them selves the cares and anxieties and responsibilities of a two by twice garden, hose irrigated. One man, two weeks ago, proudly boasted thathis Tadishes would be ready days "before the Utah crop appeared on the market. And before they had matured suf ficiently for table use, a gaifg of neighborly boys had appropriated the fruits, or rather the vegetables, of his labor. Has it ever occurred to the gentle reader that spring onions, turnips, and such humble re...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 June 1920

1 3DTO THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1920. ' 1 I LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT w : 1 ' Iv-ivlichigan Finishes Second With Wisconsin Third; Cali fornia Romps in Fifth . A'NN ARBOR. Mich., .June .5. Scoring iu eleven of the 16 events, the well balanced team of the Univer sity of Illinois triumphed in the twentieth unnu.il outdoor track and field championships of the -western conference on Ferry Field today with a total of forty points, Michigan although weakened through the loss of Captain Carl Johnson in the dash os and hurdles,' landed second place with thirty points. I Wisconsin fought its way into j third place with 25 1-2 points, while J Missouri chiefly through the prowess i of Jackson Scholz. who scored 10 points, landed fourth with It 1-2 points. The all-star team from tho University of California bagged fifth place with 11 1-2 points. The remaining points were divided as follows: Noi.ro Damo and Ne braska 10 each, Chicago 7, Purdue 6, Kansas Aggies 5. Minneso...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 June 1920

H ' . . . i i . i .I mi ITTTTTTT B' " " " ' 11 "" '-' "TttTTTI WiW'll I III I I ' I II II l l mn i-gg- i .am 1 11 1 11 gMw . IH - the most eagerly wek ; corned event of the w season. '': Our entire line of summer footwear including the j latest styles in slippers, oxfords and pumps. Black, and Golden Brown. That these are high grade in I every respect is indicated by the fact that other places are asking as high as $15. Special at Clark 's this week '. $8.65 j " We are letting go a few high quality black, brown ; and white kid slippers and oxfords at this astouud- ingly low price to clean up a broken, lot. They are as ! ' ' good as any in the store, but come in odd sizes. At this price ' they will go fast. Come early save .money. ' ' ; For Good Sh&e4 2356 Washington Avenue Ogden I Dog Killed by Police ! Afflicted With Rabies Dr. J. M. Elliott, city health inspec-j ( tor, received word from L. L. Dailies, j state bacteriologist. yesterday that the! head of a white Spitz dog, sent...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

-iftieth Year-No. 143 , QGPEN CjiTY, UTAH MONDAY EVENINgTjUNE 7, ,1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M ' I Prospects of Deadlock Hourly Become More Pronounced In Chicago. SQUBBLE OVER SEATS BECOMES MORE LIVELY Lucy Page Gaston, Only Wo man Candidate, Withdraws From Political Race. WMi CHICAGO, Juno 7. No charges ll have appeared today in the con'ention rflj ' lineup and none arc cxpccted- I'JU ' -- Twenty hours before the convention ' ' assembles, it in an absolutely unbossed. IU unled affair and as the bewildered JH delegates mill around the hotel lob- bies bewailing the absence of leader- Ishlp, the men who were the real lead ers in the years gone by find a grim satisfaction in referring to the charges , of bosstsm which were so freely hurled at them at former conventions. They aro asking delegates if it i3 not better to bo led than lost Such overnight and early morning ( conferences as were held, were of the ' same Inconclusive nature as ihosp which preceded them and only served to strength...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

I , "jT HE. . m0 O D E jv S1ANDARD-EXAIV11NLK, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920. m H Ilrreconcilables Meet Two De feats, But Finally Put Over Equal Representation Vote. MODERATES MEET STRONG OPPOSITION Women Vice-Chairmanship of Republican National ! Committee. I CHICAGO. Juno C. Republican H women "lrreconoilables," after two defeats today in tho caucus of women delegates and alternates, finally put I through their demand for equal rcp i rcsenatlon on the national comnul 1 tec's executive committee. The pro ' posal was carried on the final vote, ' 75 to 74. The moderate faction hold out for I a declaration that the women asked "adequato" representation, Mrs, Kod ert Burdette of California defining "adequate" to moan at least one more than one-third of the executive com mittee membership. ..'odcratca Meet Opposition. The moderates were oppoaod by Miss Mary Garrett Hay of New i'ork, chairman of the Women's Republican club executive committee, and Jlre. Fletcher Dobyns of Illinois, while their re...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920. 3 , 1 H I MEETING ' III NEW dPELi . s ! Member!3 of Fourteenth Ward Hear Address by President L. W. Shurtliff. President L. W. ShurlHff of the Weber stake delivered an address to the members of the Fourteenth ward ycstcrday'nfternoon on the occasion of ' the opening: of the new ward building for all meeting's and ward activities. Since tho organization of the ward, over a year ago, the meeting's have been held' in the Ninth ward amuse ment hall on Thirty-first street and Torter avenue, to tho great disadvan tage of tho members who reside in the south part of the ward, and there was a spirit of rejoicing yesterday at , tho opportunity now afforded to at tend meetings in a building that is centrally located In the ward. Meetings were held for the priest hood at 9 o'clock. Fast services were held in the afternoon and In the eve ning there was a meeting of the ward mutuals- iThc Sunday school has not yet been organized but it is expecte...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

' 4 THE OGDEN STANDARp-EXAMINEJ4QNDAY, JUNE 7, I92C-. I I' THE STANDARD-EXAMINER1 J , f, PUBLISHING COMPANY ' J Entered ns Second-Clacs Matter at the Postofflce, Onden, Utah. Established 1870 I , Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press '7' An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. ' " Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH 5 -75?fer ONE YEAR 59,00.,,. QjggP10 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Precs Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any I nows credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and aloo the local news published herein. II .. LARGEST CITY IN THE WORLD '' 1 -i-V. "When Cacscr's legions overruled the world, London existed. At 1 "urh'e time of the Declaration of Independence thccmetropolis of the British empire was a city of great size, having approximately a mil- r-ilion people when the plague swept over Europe and carried away 1 -one-third of the inhabitants. Lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

-The qgden standard-examiner, monday. june 7, 192a. n 5 j Ir- fLOVE and MARRIED LDFEj Imj. the noted author j Idah MgQclcme Gibson J I WOMAN'S INTUITION. Charles came home this morning full of enthusiasm for John and his business capabilities. "I tell yoli, Katherlne," he said "that husband of yours Is .one of tho best business men 1 have over met. He put his handrlght on tho weak spot of the whole matter." "Then you think, Charles, there's been some underhanded work'.'" I asked. "Undoubtedly," he ropllcd. "Havo you found out anything def inite as yet?" "Only the fact that ono of your ivells, that up to date has been mak ing no progress whatever, suddenly! developed Into a real gusher the dayj before I left. This, you know, is un precedented. But we think, or rather a John thinks, that 'those crooks," as he calls them, knowing that ho was new In the oil fleldB, thought they could put something over on him-" "Perhaps none of my wells has been a gusher," I said. "What do vou mean?" he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

Hi ' I ' 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1920. I I STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State IOGDEN-ELKS ! LOSEANOTHER ' Athletic Events at Lorin Farr 11 ?Park on Sunday Please - Many Fans v TJie Salt Lake and Ogden Elks held sway at Lorln Farr Park yesterday I afternoon before a record crowd of boosters. Two athletic events a three milo race and a- baseball gameH of the major league style were on the progress. In the first feature Robert !l S. Martin, western distance champion, met defeat at the hands oC .Everett ( Hopan of the West T-Tigh school. The I ball pa'mc resulted in a 7 to 6 victory! i for 'the SaU Lakers. 1 .in. the three mile jaunt Martin ran the first one and one-half miles alone, I lJoi&n finishing the remaining dls I lance against the champion. For one . 1 milo the two men ran together but I with three laps remaining Hogan start od'to speed up and defeated the star bv Tnore than 100 yards. I , Runs Too Fast. I Martin reg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

x 1 THE QPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920. ;H ICHICAGO BEITS Scores Three Runs, Ties in Eighth and Wins Out in Eleventh Inning. ' j i CHICAGO, .Tunc 6- After scoring three runs and tying the score in the eighth inning-, Chicago heat Detroit in the eleventh inning today. 7 to 6. Felsh's single, his steal of second and a hit by John Collins counted the win ning run. Cobb and Flagstcad col lided in right center in the tenth in ning and Tyrus waa removed from the game with a twisted leg. Flagsteaal was uninjured. Score: J It. H. E. Detroit 11 3 !( (jmcago Batieric3t Oldham, Aycrs, OaKey and Ainsmlth; Cicotte, Kerr and Schalli. WASHINGTON DEFEATS BOSTON. WASHINGTON. June 6. Scoring five times in the seventh inning, Washington came from behind today and defeated Boston, 5 to 4. A half dozen hits, two of them doubles, ac counted for the upset of Pennock. Score H. E. Washington 6 10 -H Boston . 4 c 3 Batteries Snyder. Erlckson, Zach ary and Gharrlty; Pennock and Schang. Y A.NICEE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

I I g THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1 920. , , r H I, Tintic Standard and Eureka' Lily Depreciate During Ex- ! change Sessions. j I Trading this morning in miningi stocks on the Salt Lake Stock & Min- j I ing'Exchangc was exceptionally quiet,; 1 with prices in the majority of the j stocks about steady. Tintic Standard and -Eureka Lily were practically the onlv"' stocks on the board to depreciate In -value. The former, which has been 1 the feature of the market for the past! several days, opened at $3. 30 and so d as low as $3.25, closing- with only i J3.22V. bid and $3.25 asked. The lat ter weakened to a certain extent, soil ing 'at 10 cents and closing with the I stock offered at this price. I American Con. Copper chanced , hands at 2c. Bis Hill brought 6c, En-, reka Lilv changed hands at 10c. Bea- I ver Copper 1000 at ic Columbus' Rexall went at 49Vz and 50c, MichH ganUtah was active at 5c, Nalldrlver 1 was steady at 65c, Emma Silver1 ! changed hands at 7 and Sc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920. 9 r FOR SALE J smitii-flintjers oo. Ask for Mr. Sainder , 4 j-room hour. C lots, SO fruit trf wanted list rnr, 3 blocks ontsldo the south city limits. SlO. $200 down, bal ance easy tormfi. ,,., 1-ronm ))ou?o. north pnrt or rltj . tart -ot on-lmlf btbock west of Washington vt. $509 down, balance 5-0 P". " siroom strictly modern on Twcnty-v-v- uh strt. S5S00. : 1!! V L GALnRAITH REAL FIST ATP CO. Houses, farms .nd lots, any price, nnj kind, anywhon. Our cars will take ou. Oflce 210 Twenty-fifth St. Phone THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO JIG Twenty-fourth Phono 260 fSSOO New five room modorn red P'?31 ' brick bungalow. cloc .n on bench Ideal location, cement hnerocnt. ur nncii hf-at. firep ncc. buljt-in features, "odd oak hard wood flcfcrij. sunwood finish. Immediate possession T erms 700 A bargain for ft nice home, ana '- an excellent place to raise chicken. Six room brick house, good an ne. f ve rears old. cement baacmenl. built-in features,...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 June 1920

I ty tanbaro-1Examtttir . OGDEN, -mm I I! ---12 JJkc -Monumental Icvm j in-.cricsn Play :The Most Beautiful Picture j of the Season. i j ' TODAY I Clinton Farm Bureau I Outlines Season Plans I i Announcement of the work which ; I nas been outlined by the Clinton farm bureau for the coming- year, has been J I ' made known to the Weber County j Farm bureau. The alms of the Clin- j ' ton farm' bureau include putting ' across the Davis county irrigation dis- j I trict, securing a more equitable sale for the sugar beet prop, provide better seed potatoes, receive daily informa; j I I - .ion through the summer months re i . warding the potato market, to raise the standard of potatoes by having I j each member of .ho bureau stamp ' ' his name and address on the sack, J and to buy coal and, feeds coopcra i' lively, i oo I1 r Ogden Rector WiO - ; Head Scout Troop The Itov. John I-Iyslop wflll head a trodp of Boy Scouts In the local organ ization during the coming month,- ac cording to informa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

I ;,-h YearN0, w prfc.n..c.u QGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I CHAMPION JACK DEMPSEY ON TRIAL ISOUSA'SFIOUS REP. DELEGATES 1 Band Plays Ragtime and There Are Indications of Shimmy in Hall m LITTLE EXCITEMENT; it' N0 C0NFUSI0N SEEN 'W Republican Convention Is S Late in Being Called to Tj Order in Chicago. f L COLISEUM, CHICAGO. June. 8. 1 ' Forty minutes before the convention J was duo to open the band struck up and the delegations began getting Into r - ;;SuSS. The hall im J ? and many of the notables were aiilj ing. There was a marked absence !of confusion. ., , , Unlike former conventions the old , guard came early. In the old days 1 ' they were the last to arrive, being held, J' back by conferences. As many of the, K Naders' toSk their seats without caus- ing a ripple of excitement, the band Viii. -niaved a mournful air JS "here "were many ea!! j urtnii front rows were delega- Hons fom California orUotn.! f Arkansas. Connecticut, CalTiornla an...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

I 1 i 2 2iiL2 june 8, 1920. ! Itlnd Yotx Hove Arrays Bought bafl borrto tlie sigtifr furc ot Chas, H. Fletcher, and has hecn made wader his KKiirGona'J Supervision for ovcx.' oG years Allow no ono i r clctialve you in this Counterfeits, imitations and i 'Must-fts-frood,v tire but oi)erlniuts, and toidanget the ? acalth. of Children 33xx)crionce against Ssporiiucuts f What Is CASTORIA . t'3, Uastorla is a- harmless substitute ior Castor Oil, Pare- i & ' jroriCn ,Xrops am? Soothing Syrups .it contain) neither j J Ojium, Morphine nor other" Joarcotio suhstarieo For 1 ! uore than thirty years it has heon in eonstanfc use f ortho 1 I . relic? of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Oolio and 1 1 Diarrhoea , alia? tag Feverislmess arising thcroirom, i and hy regulating: the Stomach and 'JBmveis, aids the as- - .sintilation of jFoodi giving" hculthy and natural sleep I o Tko Children's Panacea The Blotter's Friend, j . :;Jh Himl ?m ftstve Always sigfet ! X ,' y Bears the Signature of : ';,':...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

I! Get it while the getting is good,and be sure to get the j 1 The Best Storage Coal on Earh I FRANK MOORE COAL. CO. j I Twenty-second and Twenty-third Wall Avenue I Phones 345 and 518 Irz : Baby Happy After His Bath . With Cuticcira Soap Nothing' more refreshing for baby than a warm bath with Ciiticura Soap, especially if his skin is hot, irritated or rashy. After bathing, gently touch any Irritation with Cuti cura Ointment, The delicately medicated Cuticura Talcum is also ideal for baby's skin. Buop.Ii Eh Trt ir Mill Addrtci: "Cllinra SopSSa. Qlntrocnt2i -ndtOc T-lr-m2ic f!t Cuticura Soap ,h.ve without mug. P WIDOW BREAKING i BLAMED TO BOYS' OUTDOOR SPORTS IfflHl An epidemic of window breaking is J IB it causing1 grief to Juveniles, according wl to Probation Officer Thomas Shreeves. fli9n "One old cat" and baseball are blamed 4Vk as cause of the greatest' damage in this respect, with flippers and) 3v sling shots as the second greatest j 'SpM cause. 'KSlSi Just plain rock throwing ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

1 1 I i: THE OGPKN Sl AlNUAKD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1920. I: THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ' PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Socond-Clnss Matter at the Postofflce, Oflden, Utah. Established 1870 ! Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Presa !: An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun i i day morning without a muzzle or a club. ( Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH ' $ 5rD ONE YEAR .' S9'00"'Z ' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news , published herein. IJj ' GENERAL PERSHING TO RETIRE. ,! iITaving had all the worries and all the glory that come to few men, .General John J. Pershing seeks to retire from active service, i Trom obscurity, John J. Pershing became one of few men with a record that will outlast this generation and receive attention when i every person now alive has joined the silent carava...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 192G. 5 W I . , . . : , , . H 'f omen Back Political Demands for First Timeeby Organized- Votes "Big Ten" to f I I Watch' Fate of League of Women Voters' Platform at National Conventions ' I I ; SOLID FEMININE VOTE FOR EITHER PARTY NOT EXPECTED BY " WOMEN THEMSELVES WASHINGTON. With the an nnllnPAmAiit fhnf Ihn Ijinnin nf Yfn rmcn Voters will ally Itself with which ever political party incorporates In its platform the six planks presented by the league, a now and powerful elo mon has leen Introduced Into the coming- Republican and Democratic national conventions. When the suffrago amendment is " ratified the league of Women Voters will represent more than 20,000,000 votes. Without the ratification there still are more than 15.000.00Q women in suffrage states eligible to vote at the next presidential election. J Organized Power Ml It will be remembered it was con- j ceded by the Republican party thati m the women of the western suffrage E...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

j , 6 ' THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1920. I - I ORPHEUM THEATRE, WED. NIGHT ' : h THE BE-DIMPLED dt ; " FRENCH-HEELED t DIRECT FROM ' 44TH STREET THEATRE, V , . NEW, YORK Wk ' 1 COMPANY OF 100 v r f " I 1 FRiyOL CHORUS OF 50 Au eloquent-shouldered, nimble-kneed, I 1 fleet-footed, melodious carnival of fun and V I fashion, draped in the .superlatives of the gai j I , modiste and the milliner. jwa ! 1 A scene in "Frivolities' the big musical revue with a company of 100 at it the Orpheum tomorrow night. This attraction is Just as large and as good, 1 "as "The Passing Show," which pleased such crowds at the Orpheum recently. .aBaSaSBI I I M' I I . I. Ill I III I I i ! H ; !; former Ogdeia Man Hi i Hurt In Accidenl i li H -Report ot the serious injury of bis H brother, Thoinag Larson at Boise, Ida., H "was received today by Artnur F. Lar- H v son, city auditor. Tbe report indicat- H A " ed that the Boise man sustained a frac- H - tured skull when ho (ell through a H win...

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