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THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 7
1' For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
I A square deal for everybody. Low
est prices; latest styles. Fashion Shop
Women's Wearing Apparel. Coats,
I suits, dresses, waists and skirts. 2470
Administrator Judge A. E.Pratt this
morning appolntod William Burch aa
administrator of the estate of the late
Louis M. Burch, under bond of $1,400,
which Avas filed with the clerk of the
Car of Red River Ohio seed potatoes
will arrive Saturday. Place your or
I ders early. Grout's Grain Store, 321!
Marrfage Licenses Marriage li
censes were granted this morning to
I,owis S. Wight of Brigham City and
Marv J. L. Davis of Pocatello, Ida.;
Stanley Turner of Milford, Utah, and
Arline E. Poulton of Salt Lake, and to
Alfred L. Self and C. Dora Van Ands
dale, both of Salt Lake City.
I LI?;prt wallpaper and calsomlne
cleantrs. Lowe and Greenwell. Phone
A Action Dismissed On motion ol
'A plaintiff's attorney, the action in the
H vase of A. C. Call vs. Henry Call and
I Nels Llnd was dismissed in the dis-
I trict court yesterday.
I Clean rags wantea at The Standard
Shupe-Williams Oniccrs W. H. Wil
liam, president; James Wotherspoon,
secretary and director; Fred Williams,
director, and T. F. Williams, director,
1 1 of the Shupe-Williams Candy company
of Ogden filed statements of oath of
I office with the clerk of the county1
I court this morning.
J Flowers telegraphed anywhere In
i the United States or Canada. Dumko
U Floral. Phone 250. 3336
U Decree of Distribution Decree of
l3 distribution of the estate of the late
?3 Viggo T. Hestmark to Alfred T. Hest-
L"l mark of Ogden was made in the dis-
y trlct court this morning, signed by
Lj'J Judge A. W. Agee. Deceased died
' j while en .route from his home in St.
I Louis, Mo., to Ogden, March 14, 191S.
'j Clean rags wanted at The Standard
, Give Up $100 Each Sing Wong and
, C. H. Joe, scheduled to appear before
the city court this morning on a gam
; bllng charge, failed to appear, thero-
I by forfeiting $100 ball each.
BCJICK, cement and plaster Jobbing,
v' chimneys, flrewallB, etc. Phono 770.
Ball Forfeited Charles Hess and
Martha Underwood, arrested in a lo
cal hotel yesterday on a charge of
lewd and lascivious conduct, by Detec-
tives Robert Chambers and A. M. Ed
I wards, failed to appear before the city
! court this morning and forfeited $50
1 ' Old papers or sate. Ogden Stand.
I Gets Five Days Joseph Mack and
1 John McCann, arrested yesterday on a
I vagrancy charge, forfeited $10 each
1 this morning at the ctiy court by fail
I inK to appear. George Ranger, aged 19,
I was in company with the two men,
I who are alleged to be ex-convlcts, and
I could not post bail. He pleaded guilty
1 before Judge D. R. Roberts and was
I sentenced to five days in the city jail.
I Coal M. L. .Tones Coal & Ice Co,
R Prompt delivery. 413 24th St- 2173
I Forfeit Bail R. C. White, L. C.
I Smith and F. Brown, arrested In a lo
ll cal.hotel at 2 o'clock this morning on
H a gambling charge, failed to appear bo
i fore the city court this morning. Judge
j D. R. Roberts declared the' ball of the
trio forfeited. Each man had posted
J-i ?5- f
J Real ice cream, ?2.25 delivered.
. Greenwell Confectionery 3030
Fails to Appear Mary Borzaio, Ital
ian, alleged to have stolen a child's
dress, muslin underwear and two silk
camisoles from the W. H- Wright
store, failed to appear before the city
court this morning. Her bail, which
amounted to ?50, was declared forfclt-
j Ogden Typewriter House for type-
H ) writers and repairs, 2422 Hudson Ave.
j ' Phone 236.
H i Gets Twenty Days Marie Davidson
H i pleaded guilty to a charge of lewd and
H ' . lascivious conduct -at the city court
H this morning. She had appeared on a
H (I similar charge a little more than a
H week ago, Judge D. R. Roberts stated.
H ( The defendant admitted having been
H I confined at the city Jail under the care
H ? of the city physician for a period of
H three weeks. She was sentenced to
fl twenty days in the city jail.
H Fire Insurance. Do it now. Kelly
H j-rf & Herrick.
H I Estate Distributed Decree of dis-
H V tributlon in the estate of the late Mil-
H dred M. Griffith was signed in dis-
Hr trlct court this mor,nngv by Judge A.
PPpH TD. Pratt. Beneficiaries are Walter
j ' Griffith, who receives $1,632.95 in cash
H and some mining and oil stocks, and
H Conrad Alma Smith, who receives a
Hj " parcel of real estate.
H ; Coal All high grades. Phono 27.
H John Farr Coal Co.
H Appointed Executor Ernest T.
H Richardson was this morning appoint-
H , ed executor of the estate of his moth-
H ,. er, Emma T. Richardson, who died at
H Los Angeles about a month ago.
H For typewriters and repairing, see
H j. E. Everett, 2362 Wash. Ave. Phono
H '; Sues for Divorce Homer D. Brown
H 1 this morning commenced suit for dl-
H vorce against Vera L. Brown. The de-
PPfH A fendant is now a resident of San Fran-
H ' cisco. Tirza Jones is bringing action
PPPPJ ti for divorce against Joseph W. Jones
H f on ground of desertion and non-sup-
H J porL The parties were married at
H 'i Hooper, Utah, on October 23, 1909.
H Js There is one child of the marriage, a
Charges of Perjured Testi
mony and Doctored Record
Made by Committee
NEW YORK, April 5. Charges of
perjured testimony and a doctored
record in the trial of the five Socialists
expelled last week from the New York
assembly were contained in a state
ment issued today by the national ex
oxutivo committee of the Socialist par
ty. "The closing hours of the shameful
proceedings at Albany, where the
fumes of liquor accompanied the com
mission of the crime, have awakened
many thousands to the danger which
a war-crazed reaction has brought to
the nation." read the statement, which
was headed "The New York Revolu
tion." Asserting assembly members
who voted to suspend knrnr nothing
regarding the charges and voted at
the orders of their party leaders, the
Like an Inquisition.
"A trial followed which was remin
iscent of the black days of the Inquisi
tion," and that "porjured testimony
was introduced and refuted by unim
peachable witnesses." The statement
also declared tho record was "doc
tored" for consumption by newspaper
"For many weary years." the state
ment continued, "the Socialist party
had contended with the criminal prac
tices of tho politicians In elections.
Our voters have been brutally slugged
at the polls. Having beaten tno elec
tion thugs and crocks In five districts,
in some of them over tho combined
opposition of the two major parties,
our assemblymen arc denied their
seats in the assembly chamber.
"A republican form of government,
guaranteed by section 4 of article 4 of
tho constitution of the United States,
has been abolished by a usurping olig
archy in the capital at Albany.
Battle is Begun.
"Our resources are by no means ex
hausted and the solidarity of all tho
organized forces of labor assures us
ultimate victory. Wo caution our
friends not to permit their resentment
of this legislative crime to goad them
into any conduct that would reflect
upon the great cause of human eman
cipation. "Tho Socialist party will not be
driven underground by its enemies. It
will not allow itself to be maneuvered
Into a secrot organization persecuted
by the enemies of workers. Instead
of being driven under ground wo shall
drive these treacherous oligarchs Into
The statement is signed by William
H. Henry, George E. Roewer, Jr., and
Taken to City Jail
A two-year-old "repeater" was taken
to the pollco station by Officer Mich
ael Shaughnessy and turned over to
Desk Sergeant Barlow Wilson. Be
cause the winsome little maid could
not bo prevailed upon to divulge her
identity, there was some talk of book
ing her on a "lost" charge as Jane Doe.
The youngster was dressed in a blue
coat and cap, trimmed with gray fur.
While conversant on her "horsle,"
which she brought with her, she
would not tell her name nor whero
County Sunday School
Association to Meet
The Weber county Sunday School
association will meet this evening at
the First Presbyterian church. A
short program will be given beiore the
business meeting is opened, as fol
lows: Piano solo. W. B. Williams
Vocal solo Mrs. Lenora Skagg
Duet Stovens Sisters
Address, "Tho Teen Aage of the
Sunda- School". .Mrs. Ray Palmer
Piano solo Very Frey Beason
Brief talk, "The International
Standard" C. M. Wilton
Makes Allowance in
Decroe of divorce was signed today
by Judge A. E. Pratt in the case of
Keturah Whiteside versus George
Whiteside, allowing her certain goods
of a store owned by tho defendant to
the value of $2,400, and $1,000 at $40
per month as her half Interest In the
store, or $860 cash if flame Is paid in
thirty days, plus attorney's fees
Tho earliest college cxcluslvoly for
women was Mt. Holyoke, founded in
1S37. The system of co-education in
the United States began In Oborlin
Ohio) college In 1833.
boy named Ralph and aged five years,
of whom the wae asks thee ustody.
Guardian Namea Gllles Vernleuwo
was this morning appointed guardian
of a minor child, Samuel Vernlouwe,
on petition of the mothec of tho child.
Goes to Nevada W. N. Frlckstadt,
senior highway engineer of tho Ogden
bureau of public roads office, left yes
terday for Carson City, Nov., for a
conference with C. C. Cottrell, state
highway engineer. They will look
over proposed improvemetns on the
Overland trail south of Carson City.
Ill at Home M. S. Browning, lead
ing business man of Ogden, who has
been confined to his homo several
days with a severe cold, Is reported to
Appraise Estate Ezra Hadley,
Lance Greenwell and George A, Hes
lop today filed statement of Inventory
and appraisement of the estate of the
late Anne H. Royle, showing total
value of the same to be $2,099.07.
FIVE O'CLOCK PINXISR
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Sumniorson on
tortalned a number of their friends
Sunday afternoon at their resldenoo
on Washington avonuo, at a 5 o'clock
dinner. Covers wcro laid for the
following guests; Mr. and Mrs. Hast
ings, Mr. and Mrs. Skidmoro. Mr.
and Mrs. Weinberger, Miss Helen and
Mips Thclma. Weinberger. Appropri
ate decorations were used for the
Tho members of tho Service Star
Legion have postponed their regular
meeting which was to havo been
hold at tho Elks' homo on Grant
uvonuo at 7.30 o'clock this evening.
The next mooting will bo hold at tho
Elks home on April 19.
KOYATj purple club
Mrs. Mary Butterflcld will be
hostess this evening to tho mcmbors
of the Royal Purple club, at nor
home. 333 Twonty-fourth strcot. The
members havo been requested to bo
The Philathca class of the First
M. E. church Sunday school depart
ment will hold a social gathering to
morrow ovening at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Fish, S87 Twentieth
-street. Invitations havo been extend
ed to the friends of the young ladies.
Special entertainment will lake place
during tho ovening and everyone has
been promised a pleasant time.
LADIES' All) SOCIETY 0
The Ladles' Aid society of tho First
Presbyterian church will meet to
morrow afternoon In tho church par
lors. Mrs. A. D. Barber will conduct
tho 'business meeting. Roports will
be made on tho last two dinners
given by the ladies, as well as on the
Easter bazaar hold last week.
Members of the Westminster guild
of tho First Presbyterian church will
bo entertained this ovening at 3
o'clock at iho home of Mrs. Reinhold
Kanzler, 1163 Twenty-fifth strcot.
The Ogden circle No. ESI, Neigh
bors of Woodcraft, will meet Wed
nesday evening at the homo of Mrs.
Breem, 2321 Lincoln avenue. Mrs.
Planz and Mrs. Luddington will be
the assisting hostesses at the social.
All members are requested to be
Rev. Theodore Lee of Borkeloy,
Cal., is tho house guest of Mrs. J. R.
Wren, 236 Twenty-fifth street.
Junior Farm Bureau
Extended in Scope
Extending tho scope of tho junior
farm bureau in Wober county, a lo
cal branch will be organized this
week In Hooper, according to Coun
ty Leader A. J. Taylor. As the movo
ment waa Just taker, up this year,
plans aro not fully formed. In each
town organized, it is Intended to glvo
demonstrational work on the two
raoln food crops, sugar beets and po
tatoes, securing data on the cost of
raising an acre and the profits pos
sible in each location. A local bu
reau has been organized and started
to work in Farr West,
Franklin K. Lane in
City for Short Stop
Former Sccrotary of Interior
Franklin K. Lane, M. H. Do Young,
owner of tho San Francisco Chronicle
Chronicle, and Samuel G. Blythe. po
litical writer and novelist, accom
panied by a party of 28 people, wero
in Ogden a short time yesterday aft
ernoon, en route from San Francisco
to Chicago. Mr. Blythe when ques
tioned regarding Hiram Johnson's
chances as Republican nomlneo for
the presidency, refused to commit
Mayor to Talk at
Mayor Frank Francis left the city
this afternoon with a number of We
ber county Democrats to attend the
Jefferson banquet at tho Hotel Utah
this ovening, where he will be one of
the speakers. Dr. Elmer I. Goshen of
Salt Lake and ocnator Owen of Okla
homa are the other speakers.
Supreme Court Turns
Down Colorado Wets
Denver, Colo., April 6. A referen
dum on the prohibition question will
not bo hold in Colorado this fall. Tho
supreme court today doniod a ro
hearlng to the "wots" in their man
damus suit to compel Secretary of
State Noland to file their petition
which sought to placo tho question
before the voters in November.
Deaths and Funerals
CARR Funeral services for Lenia
Carr, Infant daughter of Robert and
Viola Isaackson Carr, 3024 Adams ave
nue, will be held at 10:30 o'clock Tues
day morning at the Lindquist chapel.
The body may bo viewed at the resi
dence, 3024 Adams avenue. Tho babe
died las-night of heart trouble. Burial
will taq place In the city cemetery.
MR.V OMAS SHERRY Mrs.
Thomas Sherry died Sunday afternoon
at thfe Crlttendon home, following
childbirth. She had boen in Ogden
only t short time, coming here from
New york. Her husband is en route
to Ogdeh from Idaho. Th-tibdy is at
the .lnaqt f upre,: parlors. An
nouncement 'ortne funeral will be
j: fty RS. LUCILE H1XSON, of;!
jj Kansas City, only weighed 79 !;
pounds when sho began taking Tan- !;
s lac. She has already gained 36 Jj
;! poundc, and says this wondorful
;I medicine has been the greatest ;!
1; blessing of her life.
"I weighed only seventy-nine pounds
when I began taking Tanlac, but now
I weigh one hundred and fifteen and
am feeling bettor than I have in seven
years," was the unusual statement
nado by Mrs. Lucile Ilixson, living at
2032 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo., a
few days ago.
"Before I began taking Tanlac," con
tinued Mrs. Hixson, "1 had become soo
weak from seven years of suffering
that at times I wasn't ablo to stand on
my feet. What I ate nearly always dis
agreed with mo and made gas form ao
bad that I could hardly get my breath.
I was badly constipated and had a pain
across the small of my back and mi
nerves were upset I was troubled with
dull headaches just about all the time
and often I had fainting spoils, dizzy
spells and I was never ablo to walk
any distance before I felt exhausted.
"My undo rocommended Tanlac to
mo and now sinco It has entirely over
come my troubles I will never get
through praising it. I am not troubled
with indigestion or gas at all and I am
eating anything and everything I wan'
and digesting it perfectly. Headachei
and dizzy spells have all left me anu
my constipated condition has been re
lieved. My nerves are in fine condi
tion and tho pain across the small of
my back has disappeared altogether.
I havo gained thirty-six pounds In
weight, can do my housework by my
self and I am stronger than I have!
been in years. Tanlac has certainly L
hpfln thrt rn-nnlncf Klnnoino f .. u -
and I will never be able to praise it
enough for what It has done for me."
Tanlac is sold In Ogden by A. R.
Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement.
Taking advantage of adverso
exchange rates and tho depre
ciated value of currency in their
European home lands, aliens in
largo numbers aro withdrawing
their accounts from tho postal
savings department of the Ogden
postofflce, according to a state
ment from W. H. Johnson. In
charge of that department. Cur
rency worth normally about
$1700 In Greece can be bought at
the present time for $1000 and
held for a raise, it was said.
With Wage Contract
Springfield. III.. April C. Dissatis
fied with tho wago advanco given
thorn by tho wage ocntract signed by
tho general scalo commlttco of coal
miners and operators of tho bitu
minous field at New York March 31,
company men in a number of down
stato Illinois mines refused to work
Frank Farrlngton, president of tho
Illinois miners, said work In at least
twenty mines was seriously affoctod,
according to roports to his office.
Annual Passes Reach
Ogden for R. R. Men
Union Pacific annual passes, en
titling the owners to travel over
Union Pacific and Oregon Short Lino
roads in Utah, havo arrived at the
Ogden Union Railway and Depot
company and will be distributed to
employers of the O. U. R. & D. com
pany, accord ing to word received
Men who have boen in. tho employ
of tho company for a period of ten
years or more, will be given the
passes, It was stated.
SKEK IRRIGATION FUNDS.
Billings, Mont., Aprll 5. Because
the government has not the funcia
with which to conduct the survoy, tho
ton counties which will como uuacr
the proposed Ycllowatono Irrigation
project are to be asked to contrlbuto
J 10,000, the cost of tlp survey, ac
cording to an announcement by tr.e
executive committee of the Tellow
stono Irrigation association. Upon
deposit of the funds with the United
States treasury, it Is stated, the
I reclamation service will send survey
ors to do tho preliminary work.
It cleans out the germs of winter
freshens you up Holllstor's Rocky
Mountain Tea, a certain Spring Cleans
er fiz-Ik. A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co.
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