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I DRIVE f OR HALF
Mass Meeting in Favor of
Overwhelming sentiment favoring
the contlmtanco of the campaign seek
ing the weekly half-holiday closing of
stores was voiced by more than 150
merchants, business men and repre
sentatives of civic organizations at a
meeting held last night in the taber-i
nacle to determine whether or not the
half-holiday closing plan should bo,
continued or abandoned in Ogden.
While no definite action was taken in,
regard to placing the closing schedule j
into effect, it was decided, as a result
of the sentiment expressed, to carry,
j in the campaign hero. I
Mayor Frank Francis presided at the
meeting and addresses were made by
several prominent merchants who fa-,-orcd
the closing plan. A total ab
sence of opposition to the plans pro
posed to carry on the campaign here,!
was noticeable, according to Mayorl
A statement prepared and read by j
ndrew T. Clark, manager of the Lead-:
I sr Millinery company was later ihlro-!
j iuced as a resolution and was unani-j
mously voted for and .passed. j
A communication from the Women's!
1 Benefit association of the Maccabees j
I was read during the meeting which
I favored the half-holiday closing plan,
L Rnd stated that the association as a
I body had voted in its favor.
1 Those who spoke in support of the
I ! half-day closing plans at tho meeting,
1 L' Tyere Rev. Ray Palmer, of the First
I j JBaptist church; Samuel Dye, J. B. Duf
1 j tin, T. H. TujT.cr, Mrs. Mary Schaer,
I ' A P. Merrill, James Wothorspoon and
H I nn
II Bii by Dog, Cyclist
Reports to Police
ill , "
fi Stanley Smith, aged 20, wi3 bitten j
I on the calf of his right leg yesterday (
kj "afternoon by a largo shepherd clog, ac-l
cording to the story told by Smith at!
I the police station this morning. j
I : Smith said ho was riding a bicycle
I ' on Twenty-second street, below Wall
1 1 avenue, and tho dog ran across tho I
I .street to attack him, he alleged.
I to lie reported the matter to the police i
I 1 this morning and wild that while he
I !E didn't know tho dog's owner, he could
L identify the animal.
; Smith was attended by Dr. Mark
I , The dog will be killed if it can be
I JOQated today, it Is stated, nnd the
lik I head of the animal sent to Salt Luke
I j j 1 fr examination.
J Grand Jury Returns
Hf MARQUETTE, Mich., April 16.
H With the returning of indictments
against John, Peter and Steven Scalcu-
i cci, Iron River packing house owners,
j the federal grand jury today coniplet-
1 ed its work. Forty -seven indictments
j were reported by the jury since Wed-
j nesday, involving the largest number
of alleged liquor laws violations re-i
' corded at one court session in upper'
" Michigan. I
One indictment reported today was J
j against Mrs. Genevieve Stewart, wifej
j of a Gladstone druggist Mrs. Stew-!
j art pleaded guilty and was fined $100 j
on a charge of selling liquor ilegally.
! The ScalcuCci brothers, who were
I charged with illegally possessing wine,
I which led to the "invasion" of Iron 1
K county by Major A. V Dalrymple, headj
I of tho central division's prohibtionj
D j enforcement agents, probably will be'
I arraigned tomorrow,
r I Considerable interest is attached to
j the outcome of the case throughout
the peninsula, in view of the recent
I announcement of federal agents here
I that if the brothers were convicted,
I w Major Dalrymple would press action
Eh against Iron county officers, who, hei
1 1 contended, were guilty of interfering!
1. with the seizure of the Scalcucci winej
I , b his agents. j
TO PRETTY GIRLS
IN POPPY DRIVE
With hundreds of pretty girls
busy and enthusiastic, the salo of
popples for the children of devas
tated France went on apace here
today. The general committee re
ported a generous response from
the citizens of Ogden.
Madamo E. Gucrln, who is in
Ogden as tho representative of
France for the American and
French Children's league declar
ed she was highly pleased by the
onthusJastlc manner in which Og
den has responded to tho npp
peal from the needy French
' US ! MEM1C 1
! DEI IRON FOUHBRY
i Making Scenes for "Red Hot
j Dollars," Stars Shows
i His Brawn
! ( Many of the episodes In Charles
Ray's new picture. "Red Hot Dollars."
which is coming to the Alhambra to
night, take place in a foundry, and,
to secure absolute realism, the com-1
pany of players journeyed to a big iron
works to "shoot" the scenes. They
entered the foundry while the regular
night shift wason the job. At first
there was considerable chaffing of the
actors by tho workmen, but when Mr.
Ray appeared in overalls and proceed
ed to handle tho heavy sledges with
the strongest of them, tho joking,
"Well, you're seeing in operation,"
said a machinist to the star during a
resting spell, "one of tho oldest in
dustries in the world the moulding of
"And you," returned Mr. Ray. "are
seeing the operation tho newest in
dustry in the world and already the
fifth "largest the motion picture."
So it was that for "Red Hot Dol
lars" the oldest and the newest of tho
industries mot. The story is about Tod
Burke, foundry worker, who in return
for saving his employer's life was;
made his protege. Later, discovering
lh7t the rich ironmaster had caused
thJs ruin of his sweetheart's grand-;
father, with whom she lived, Tod lefti
him. But all turns out happily. The
picture was produced by Thomas II.
Inco and is a Paramount-Arlcraft.
of U. S, !seat Control !
WASHINGTON. April 1C Contin
uance of the government wheat guar- I
antco for thirty or forty days after it I
terminates June 1, proposed by SenaS-!
tor Capper, Republican, Kansas, at'
the request of western growers, was 1
opposed by President Barnes of the!
United Stats grain corporation In a (
Utter received today by the Kansas
"Government Injection into busi
ness should be terminated at the carl
lost possible moment," said Mr.
ELEVEN MORE HUNGE&
DUBLIN, April 16. Eleven more
hunger strikers were released from
Mountjoy prison today. The doubts
over the terms under which the pris
oners have been released are not yet
chared up. Work progressed as usual
today and there was quiet throughout
! A mail train was held up by fifty
armed men this morning at Kinsale
Junction, south of Cork They seized
isitl the letters addressed to the pclic
station at Bandon, near Kinsnle.
U. S. ORGANIZED
Movement Spreads in Navy
Department and From
Coast to Coast
WASHINGTON. April 16 The "ov
erall club" today obtained what
amounts to official recognition. Tho
navy department granted permission
to members of such a club formed by
civilian employes at the" Norfolk
navy yard and Hampton JJoads base
to purchase the denim garments
from the navy at cost price. Two
suits of overalls of tho standard type
worn by the American bluejackets
arc to be allowed each club member.
GAINING ON COAST
' SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 1C
Overall clubs gained new members
today In Pacific coast states. White
man college freshmen and sophomore
students appeared In Walla Walla,
Wash., wearing old clothes nd khaki
garments. Tho Lowlston, Idaho .high
school students signed 200 members
In their overalls club.
Tho Lowlston students announced
they will enlargo tho field of tho club
so that all young men of the city can
become identified with tho movement.
The leading men of Roscburg, Ore.
began wearing overalls yesterday af
ter signing tho membership roll of
an overalls club. The petition bore
the signatures of bankers, profession
al men, some merchants and other
citizens. County officers statrcd the
petition for tho club.
For more than a month the office
forco in tho Northern Pacific freight
house at Spokane. Wash., has been
wearing overalls In an effort to cut
down the high cost of men's suits.
NEW YORK, April 16 Enthusiasm
for wearing overalls was said to havo
increased so rapidly hero today that
tho Cheeso club, composed largely of
dramatic press agents, announced
postponement of a parade for tho
matinees district today In ordor that
all who were anxious to march might
get In line a few days hence.
Overall Clubs Are
FOND DU LAC. Wis, April 17
Thirty-five Soo Line office employes
today formed an overall club. They
signed an agreement to wear overalls
during office hours until "a reasonable
reduction in the cost of other clothing
TWIN FALLS, Ida., April 17. Twin
Falls will join the "Overall brigade"
tomorrow morning. The movement
was launchod here this afternoon by
employes of a local barber shop. A
large number are expected to Join in
QUINCY. UK, April 17. An "Overall
club" has been formed at the Illinois
soldiers' and sailors' homo here! There
arc about 1,500 male members at the
CHICAGO, 111., April 17. An over
all club was organized today at High
land Park, a suburb. Magistrate A. E.
Smith announced he would wear over
alls in court.
Opposing Claims by !
Roads and Strikers
SAN FRANCISCO, April 1G. Th-i
freight movement of western railroads
affected by tho strike of yard und
switchmen was nearly normal today,
these companies reported, while rep
resentatives of the strikers said t.hey
were positive that while their move
ment was losing ground in some places
It was gaining In others.
1 LAK'ES MONSTER DEAD
LORAIN, O.. April 17, Captain I
James F. Bowen, for forty-two years j
a tug and vessel master on the Great
Lakes, dropped dead from heart dis-
case, at his home here today. Records
show that he had saved twenty-one'
I lives in or near Lorain harbor. He;
was 7G years old.
(! 1 healthful jgg& There 9 11 Be a Hot Time
ENJOYABLE JW AT the 1
Employes TWENTY MINUTES FR0M)GDEN I
I 1 SA TURD A Y EVENING, Apr. 17
1 fmm BIG FRE dance
I m HiPlllfflll JAZZYMUSIC A Good Place to Spend Sun-
? I PflHi PROF. REN FORD day' .Come Out for a Good
AND Hls 0g f AR
Refresh-' I TDm 7:3? p.' u. i jj.jjjj p. m.
Hj Sports ' I
WRITES ON SNOW: j
CAPTAIN NEAR BY; j
COSTS HIM $100
"Writing on tho sands." or
rather, on the snow which foil
last night, cost J. Ducck, Italian,
, 2S years old. Just ?100.
Ducck was on Wall avenue,
when a desire to exercise his abil
ity as a chirographer expressed it
self. He wrote a number of ob
scene words In tho snow on the
sidewalk, tho officers alleger, and
would probably have escaped un
apprehended had it not been for
tho fact that Captain Jonathan
Jones was Just behind him when
he started to write.
Ho was charged with malicious
mischief and posted $100 ball.
This amount he forfeited by non
appearance before the city court
Constabulary Escorting Mails
at Limerick Fire Upon
DUBLIN, April 16 Another hung
er strike Is reported to novo been bo
gun In Mount Joy prison. Tho political
prisoners, both convicted ana uncon
victed, who are still detained there,
refused to take food last night.
The latest hunger strikers total 40,
Including nine who participated in tho
Sergeant Hcnlson, who was shot
during the passage of a procession
through tho streets of Balbrjggan on
Wednesday, died today.
CLASH AT LIMERICK
LIMERICK, Munster, Ireland, Apr.
16 While constabulary -ero escort
ing mails fro'm tho postoffico to the
railway station last night crowds" pelt
ed them with stones and It Is alleged
the civilians fired some shots. The po
lice returned the fire, wounding two
or threo civilians.
Arabs Threaten to
Massacre the Jews
LODON, April 16. The Zionists or
ganization announced it is reliably in
formed from Palestine that the Arabs
hove demanded the suppression of tho
Zionist commission in Palestine wltn
lr. five days, the expulsion of its lead
ers and the bandonmcnt of the Jewish
battalion, threatening a massacre of,
Jows if tho demands are not carried
The Zionists' report says the Pales
tine guard agreed to accept the de
mands but the Field Marshall Viscount
Allenby, commander of the British
forces in Palestine, vetoed this decis
ion. The Zionists lead the matter before
the foreign office and Field Marshal
Allenby has been Instructed to inquire
into the situation immediately. His
orders are to do everything possible
to prevent trouble, but to ignore tho
Railroad Labor Board j
WASHINGTON. April 16. The rail
road labor board perfected a tempor
ary organization at its Initial meeting
today by electing Henry Hunt, former
mayor of Cincinnati, as chairman, and
G. Wallace W. Hanger, of this city, as
secretary. Both are members of the
The wage dispute as it stood with
the breaking up of the bi-partisan
wage conference here two weeks ago
was submitted to the board, Mr.
Hanger announced, and the board will
begin consideration of it at once.
Tokahama Harbor Tied'
Up By Stevedore Strike!
r SEATTLE. Wash.. April 16. A ca
blegram from its Yokohoma corre
spondent to the Pacific. Steamship
i company contained information that:
Yokohoma harbor is tied up by a,
jtsrikc of stevedores effecting vessels'
of all lines, estimated in number from
seventy-five to one hundred. All ships
are iuie, the message stated.
SIX MEN ACCUSED
OF A CONSPIRACY
BERLIN, April 16. Three Reich
wohr officers and threo civilians were
arrested today. They are accused ol
conspiracy against the government.
Two of the officers arc Altwater, a
well-known submarine commander,
and Captain Licutent von Vlebahn, the
latter of whom has just returned from
captivity In England.
An extraordinary- feature of the case
is that the accused met in the ministry
of defense building, where they gath
ered in Captain von Vlcbahn's room
yesterday to discuss "Joint action on a
nationalistic and communistic basis.'
The meeting was broken up by emis
saries from minister of defense Gess
ler to whom the plot had been report
ed. u One of the civilian prisoners in Bor
gram, organizer of the so-called Fra
ternity of Front Soldiers.
The investigation is proceeding, and
the authorities decline to divulge de
tails of tho plot until it is traced.
AUSTRIAN RAIL STRIKE.
VIENNA. April l?. Railroad work
ers In southern Austria havo struck,
und a similar strike at Belgrade hus
interrupted all traffic in Serbia.
Life insurance was not known be
fore the sixteenth, century.
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1" nil in in n 'Amjjin ..I, i -ju.i.-m,.
The Annual Visit of the Great. Laugh Festival
Seat Sale Now On 50c to $1.50
Har pa iff-SP ' V
And the same great New York Cast
Laughs Every Minute Growing Into Screams
The funniest play ever written in the English language.
! 'UN BEDS' PLAYS
! AT DRPHEUM TONIGHT
Great Laugh Festival Opens
Two Days' Engagement
The great laugh festival. "Twin
Beds," which has broken all records in
all the prominent cities in the world,
will bo seen here at the Orpheum to
night and tomorrow, distinguishes it
self from the majority of comedies by
the clean wholesomeness of its story,
tho rapidity of Its action, the dramatic
life of its situations, the wit and brccz
iness of its lines and tho deftness of
Its characterization. Description of
the comedy conveys but a feeble idea'
of the complicated actions which are
unwound in the course of its three acts
Theatres ring with happy laughter and!
catch words from "Twin Beds," are!
heard in every quarter. The company I
seen here is the best ever organized
and plays only the prominent cities. '
Y.W.C. A. Adopts
I CLEVELAND. O.. April 1G. The la
bor and social program of the Young
I Women's Christian Association was
unanimously adopted at the sixth na
tional conventtion here today. The
program Includes provisions "for the
oight-hour clay, collective bargaining,!
abolition of night work and child la-,
tor, minimum wage and equal wages;
for men and women doing similar work
The vote came as a surprise after
continued wrangling and controversy,
over various clauses of the program.
Steps for the protection of tho Tarn-1
ily by uniform divorce laws, the sin-'
glo standard V purity, regulation of
marriage and improvement of housing!
arc provided in the rocemmendations !
The program had been approved bv1
the Federal Council of Churches of,
Christ in America
Papers for Johnson i
' Filed in Maryland
AXXAPOLIS. Md.. Apr.l IG.-A
certificate of tho candidacy of Senu-,
tor Hiram Johnson of California for
tho Republican presidential nom;ni
tion was filed with the secretary of
state today. Major General Leonard
"Wood's papers wero filed yesterday
I Suggest Lodge As.
U. S. Vice President
SALEItf. Ore.. April 1G The name of
Henry Cabot Lodge. United Staler,
senator from Massachusetts, was today
filed with the secretary of 3tate as r.
candidate for the Republican nomlna ;
for vice president of the United States
10 Health Given ;
i As Caisse of Suicide1
PALO ALTO, Ca!.. April 1C Perry
T. Morgan, trustee of Stanford uni-'
' vcrsity and a director In a San Fran-!'
Cisco bank, was reported by relatives
to have shot and killed himself today i
at his homo at Los Altos, near hue.1
because of despondency over ill healtti. I
First Hanging in :
Arizona Since 1918
PHOENIX, Ariz., April 1G. Arizona
today had its first hanging since capi
tal punishment was restored to the
state statutes by an election in 101S.
Simpllclo Torres was hanged at thn
state prison in Florence after havug
been convicted of killing Victor L.
Mellck, a pcaco officer of William?,
in May. 1919.
Turks Sent to France
to Sign Peace Treaty
PARIS, April 16. French Wireless
Service). The Turkish delegation
which will be sent to France to sign
the peace treaty between the allies
nnd Turkey, Is expected here befori
the end of April or during the first few
dfi.vs of May. The delegation proba
bly will establish Its quarters at tho
Hotel des Reservoirs, Versailles. '
Action of Rules Committee
on Impeachment Is
WASHINGTON, April 16 Action by
the rules committee on tho .resolution
looking to the impeachment of As
sistant Secretary Post of the labor de
partment may bo delayed a week, Rep
resentative Hoch, Republican, Kansas,
j author of the measure, said today. IIo
explained that it would take " some
time to complete his case.
As another step in its investigation
ol deportation cases the immigration
committee voted to subpoena the com
plete record in tho proceedings-against
j Enrique Flores Magon, a Mexican, now
i in the Leavenworth prison, who for
I merly published a newspaper In San
I Antonio and Los Angeles.
A decision by Mr. Post, made public
by the committee, showed the assist
ant secretary had cancelled a deporta
tion warrant, although Magon had ad-1
uiitted ho was an anarchist.
9 TO 2 Pi
JAZZIEST MUSIC EVER " I
LILLIAN . I
Prof. Woodward's Private I
Dancina Lessons Every Jt-
Wednesday and Saturday K ft
LADY i!L CTEIJLiED -
NEW GOVERNMENT IN 1 ifl
RUSSIA PROCLAIMED H
MOSCOW, April 13. The establish- ijfl
ment of a Zcmstvo government n the MH
far east, extending from Lake Baikal
to Vladivostok, has been proclaimed 'H
by the provisions of the government of Jf
Verkhnl-Udinsk. which has addressed HB
a communication to all govcrn.nqnts HH
to this effect. It is signed by Presl
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