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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920. 3 . !
I Sunday I From Corra Harris' Famous Novel j
William g "Making Her His Wife"
of I SUPREMACY IN Pl"mJ
Hair that is Rightfully Yours,
1 Brii Why de,a'? Wh' deliberately H
c f1? sidestep attractiveness when it is so &
n iffAM&ii easily available and means so much? K.
S Beautiful hair may be retained M
I 'W'l or regained with J
j Wm 'y3 eibro'slterpicldc I
I T Htrpicidc will positively remove
I Ifimf I B" traces dandruff, stop itching jt
2. 5 Aa 8calP and Prevent falling hair.
8 wSm Thousands report a new growth of $
I lwlk hair.rt-Ususe.' S
I ' $'ffi$ iv Just see how quicklv your friends j
I (fiiumMlwm will note the perfect luster, the nat- fl
4 s IwfliSfi oheen and the addcd beauty of
! J cMww- bro's HerPicide but a short time-
Wi j a l' you want lustrous beautiful fl
al 1 S C AMm) ha,r? Tlien use Hcrv'xcde todav 8
jVjg I n&Mpffitr n06 imProvement tomorrow- w
II JC!? 'ou be surPr,sed and de- K
It I -W lighted with Hcrpicidc. Jff
Iff fl Send 10 cent in atampi or coin VJ
I fyy'amPl 0f,riaubT?:,HZP- We also recommend Herptcide
It. H cide and booklet on J r.c Cara ffl
D I of Ac Hair". Addresn The Soap. It is a sale, pleasant and I
iff I Hcrpicidc Co., Dept. J 9 8-A. , ..U-., 8
IF I Detroit, - - Michigan, effective shampoo. I j
lip I Sold at all Drug and Department Stores. !
1 j l,g3IJ e e t J
IB L-WrsJ-tt Hot water
II pCJlfSW Sure Relief
i Plea of Texas Growers Is
"ioiL-o Answered by Governor of
?Ja Federal Reserve Board
Ajgl WASHINGTON. June 4. Governor
Harding of the federal reserve board,
teel in a statcment declares that the board
win was opposed to the use of "drastic
llfcn and oppressive measures" in bringing
6'cij about a reduction of long-standing
The board's views were expressed in
tvljo response to a letter from Rep. Gar-
fere "er. Democrat, of Texas, who said that
:ofd Texas wool and Moliair growers fcar-
cd efforts of the fedei'-al reserve banks
olic to hasten deflation might prove dls-
Instrous to them since many of their
loans soon must be renewed on ac
count of a dr.ought.
The growers thought these loans
in f (rlit not be renewed, it was ex-
plained, because of the campaign
againHt "frozen credits" and loans on
Gov. Hardlnp explained that while
the matter waa one for purely local
determination, he believed the banks
wore not forcing settlement of loans
where such action would handicap
production of any commodity.
The pledge given by representative
bankers at a rpcont conference hero
to support the policy of reducing loans
s? uas not Intended to cause indiscrlml
natc curtailment, "Mr Harding said.
I ''With Hunters of America"
j From Palmer Down, Are
j Severely Criticized
j CLEVELAND. June -J. A labor
' platform was favored by the church
and community convention of the
! commission on federations of the fed-
oral council of churches of Christ of
I America, which closedhere yesterday.
'The platform was Included In the so
Jclal service report, and calls for rec
lognition by the United Churches, of:
. Fraternal conferences of labor lead
ers and employers under Christian
Community free speech forums.
The co-operative movement of labor
ins a preparation for Industrial democ
racy. Experiments in sharing In and con
trol of industries by labor.
"There are interests In this countiy
'that would give millions of dollars
i to suppress this report," Chairman I".
IB. Smith declared.
The labor clauses turned the morn
i ing meeting into a general discussion
J of socialism and radical issues. "While
i culminating in no action, because the
! convention had no legislative power,
the discussion revealed a remarkable
(unanimity of opinion that the churches
j recognize the fact that labor Is de
manding id worthy of a new station
j In civilization.
j Col. Raymond Robins and Rev. Har
ry E- Fosdlok of New York addressed
I the closing session.
I "The witch hunters of America,
from the attorney general down, are
j doing more for Bolshevism than any
soap box orator." Col. Robins said.
Rev. Harry E. Fosdlck declared that
ithe "administration is displaying
'amazing Ingenuity in discovering more
j limits to which Idiocy can go."
He said the board has not attempted
to define non-essential loans, adding
that In each instance, the reserve
banks must decide whether the loan
would result in further Inflation. 1
Improved fishing conditions navel
made the port of Grimsby one of the
richest towns of Its size in England. I
I ; Tea and Coffee
I Hurt Many People
H If "tea or coffee disagrees
H you, make a ten days
1' trial of
I; More healthful than tea
! or coffee, Cosfs less, and;
BL Its flavor plea&es.
j Sold by Grocers Everywhere!
Jail Break Plans '
f Develop At Trial;
A wholesale jail delivery in which
1 ten prisoners planned to escape from
I the county Jail by sawing a section
from the prisoners" "tank" was
brought to light In testimony yester
day afternoon In the district court in
the case of tho state against Robert
I Kelly, who was found guilty by Jury
of second degree burglary and sen
tenced to servo from one to twenty
; years in the slate prison. Keljy was
i convicted of the charge of breaking
Into the sporting goods store of C. J3.
Armstrong and stealing guns, schoes
and other articles.
Conies as Surpi'iMj
The attempted jail break In which
Kelly was shown to bo Implicated, was
sprung as a surprlso during the after
noon session and paused intense and
dramatic situations. Tho first Intima
tion that the state would ucc this evi
dence against Kelly came when Dis
trict Attorney S. P. Dobbs called
Deputy Sheriff Dick "Wooton to the
stand. N ..
Mr. "Wooton testified that a recent
attempt had' been made for escape
of the prisoners by the sawing of a
section of the bars of the prisoners'
"tank" which contains ten prisoners.
Ho stated he did not know who sawed
the bars, but said that he had found
saw marks upon the ceils of Kelly and
his alleged confederate, George L.
Davis, who was recently sentenced to
a term in the state prison for the rob-
Walter M. Hapton, who is now an
Inmate of the jail on a charge of
forgery and embezzlement was called!
10 the stand. He had been standing
outside the court doors in the custody
of a deputy sheriff nd his sudden ap
pearance in court appeared to surprise
the defense. Hampton appeared nerv
ous and his faco paled as he took the
"Do you know of a recent attempt
to break from the prisoners' "tank,"
he was asked.
"I do," he answered.
"Who was implicated In the at
tempt,'.' came the question. '
"All tfie prisoners In the tank knew
It. I guess." !
"State who you saw filing iho bars,",
the district attorney said.
"I decline to answer."
District Attorney Dobbs then turned
to Judge A. E. Pratt and said: I
"1 ask thnt the court order the wit
ness to answer."
"You may answer the question."
Judge Pratt ordered. I
District Attorney Dobbs then chang
ed his question and asked, "Did you
see any hack saws in the possession
of the prisoner Kelly?"
"Yes," came the reply.
"The state resis Its care," Mr. Dobbs
Hampton was then turned over to
(the defense for orofis examination. He
Tobacco Finns Asked I
; to Aid Forest Work
J An element of public service will be
.Injected in tobacco advertisements If
j ideas advocated by. Forcstj Inspector
;J E. Scott of the' forest service of-,
flees in this city are accepted, It is
'stated. ' !
! Because of tho fact that a number!
of fires are due to careless smokers.
Mr. Scott suggested to the forester at
j Washington tnat the co-operation of
:the large tobacco manufacturing com
! panics be enlisted to assist in a cam-.
! paign against forest fires. The idea
'is that the tobacco manufacturers em
Iploy In their advertisement, forestt
service slogans regarding the bonefits
of carefulness on the pnrt of smok
ers when they are In the woods.
The matter was taken up by Sec
retary of Agriculture E. T. Meredith
and has been placed before seven dif
ferent tobacco manufacturing compa
nies of tno cast. No decision as to
whether or not the manufacturers
will accept the suggestion has yet been
received, but It Is expected that tho
Idea will be accepted.
Name New Secretary
for Slate Health Work
J. H. Wallis, recently appointed ex
ecutive secretary of the Utah Public
Health association, has reported to
Salt Lake to take up his new duties
j In tho public health work, acordlng
to word received by Ogden dlroclors.
Mr. Wallis succeeds John J. Jacobs,
I who has been executive secretary for
j the greater part of a year. Mr. Jac
obs has departed for the ca3t, where
he will be connected with the anti
j Five-year-old Boy
; Is Bitten hy Dog;
Report was made to Mayor Frank j
Francis yesterday by I. D. Spencer, i
127 Twenty-eighth street, that his 5
; year-old son, Ralph, had been bitten
I by a dog and naked that the dog be
I caught and examined to determine
I whether ho Is afflicted with rabies.
The child was bitten over the left eye, I
the dog's teeth tearing the skin. I
'THREE FSCES EAST'
Hi US PLAY
Possibly no other play has caught
the fancy of the American theatergo
ing public with such a tenacious hold
as Anthony Paul Kelly's gripping melo
drama with the spy theme, "Three
Faces East," which will be acen nt
the Orpheuru Sunday, June G. It is n
story of fierce passions dominated by
love of country passions that must
be held in restraint and only at rnro
intervals allowed to come to the sur
face; that's what makes it so different
Violet Homing, who created Iho role
of the mysterious Holune and appeared
in It during Its season's run at the
Cohan & Harris theater, New York,
will head the attraction here and will
have as associates most of the Broad
way cast, including Marion Grey,
Charles Harbury, Frank Westerton
o . j
I denied that he had offered his tcstl-i
Jmony after any agreement with the'
'officers and when questioned In re-1
gard to his reason for Incriminating'
.Kelly he saidt "If I did not answer I
Would be In contempt of court."
In his cross examination Hampton
admitted ihat while he saw Kelly in,
possession of the saws he did not see
him actually saw the bars. Hyrum A 1
Bclnap, loiuisel for Kelly completed!
the cross examination. I
As Hampton walked from the stand
Kelly was pale and trembling. Ht.
I glanced across tho courtroom to,
Georgo Davis, his partner, who Is now
serving a sentence in the state prison
.Gr the same crime which ICally wan
'ehargod. Kelly appeared to plead
with, his partner In his glance across i
I Davis Takes Blame
I Davis was than palled to the stand !
and attempted to :houlder the entire
crime. He declared he had committed
the burglary himself. He admlttod
that Kelly had served a term In the
Nevada penitentiary upon the charge!
of robbery. He mot Kelly, he said, in
Ogden on the day prior to the robbery
of the Armstrong store. April 22.
Kelly denied having taken any part
In Iho crime.
The arguments were made and th1
case went to the j'lry. Wlihin forty'
minutes the Jury returned a verdict
of guilty. When the verdict was I
j read the defendant waived time and!
was sontonced to tho state prison for
from one to twenty years.
I The attempt to break jail wan dis
covered by deputy sheriffs yesterday.
No statement was made regarding the
break until the case of Kelly was
called for trial.
' Take Turns Willi Saws
Kelly. Harry Smith, serving a sen
tence for attempted firing of the dor
mitory of the state school for the deaf
and blind, and Carl Tucker, who is be
ing held for trial upon the charge
of burglary, are the principles in the
attempted jail break. Two hacksaws
were found In the cell, with which the
trio had sawed a hole about eighteen !
inches square in the sheet of the big
tank. It was learned that the men
I had taken turns in sawing, whll"
(other prisoners serving sentences for
petty offenses, were playing cards in
It was found that Tucker had crawl
ed through the hole and gone Into the!
Jail corridor early yesterday morning
I upon a reconnolterlhg trip. He then,
returned to the tank. The officers
were informed that tho big break was
to be made early today by overpower
ing the night Jailer by calling him Into
I the corridor and attacking him. Of
ficers were ready yesterday afternoon
In case Kelly was acquitted of his
burglary crime, to rearrest him and
charge him with attempt to break
Makes Tax Refunds
Widows and other worthy persons,
who arc entlttled-to tax remittances
are requested by CQurYly "CommfWoner
; M. P. Drown to get in toucli with the
country commission on such dates as
lit Is sitting as a board of equalization.
I Not only widows who are left with
' out funds, but other persons, who by
force of circumstances arc unable to
pay their taxes, should apply in per
son to the commission for remittance
or send in written requests, and they
I will be taken care of, said the com
missioner. Invalids or aged men In straighten
ed circumstances are also entitled to
the tax refund.
Dates on which the cases will be
heard follow: June 4, 5, S, 10, 11, 15,
i Commissioner Brown said that bis
hops and ministers of the county will
be requested to make announcement
of the meetings, at their churches next
I Paving Is Approved
Sanction was given by the state
road commission yesterday for paving
on tho east side of Washington ave
nue in accordance with a contract re
cently given to the Moran Paving
i company. Tho work Is expocted to
j begin July 1. The communication
I carrying the sanction reached Mayor
: Frank Francis yesterday morning.
State Engineer to
Address Local Body
C. J. Ulrlch, assistant state engi
neer, will address tho Ogden chapter
of the American Association of En
gineers on June S at S p. m. Hie
talk will bo given at the Eagle3' hall.
Mr. Ulrich will detail the work ac
complished by the last national con
vention, which he attended as a del
There is nothing better I
; than the delicious I
' stimulation of
1 Largest Sale in the World I
. t i
j Superb Summer j I
J of sheer and beautiful voiles in some of the most I H
1 1 charming styles brought out in many a day. I H
!j Values up to $7.50 I , H
i 1 Exquisite patterns in pretty fSllJ Q S You could not begin to make 1 '
; light and dark grounds. A big Jespk g ; H
1 1 variety at &Jy them for near the price. I jH
Every dress in this assortment is a beauty. Short sleeves 1
1 1 edged with ruffles, vestees of lace, others with wide col-. 1
lars, some with collars of lace. Wonderful dresses I H
j that will tempt all women. Sizes 16 to 44. 8 H
rT DOLLAR HA TS I I
yr SA TURD A Y ONL Y I
I uiJl&h earfy spring hats that have been placed I
n s sale irrespective of costs for final j 1
I wpW-r cearance- n small and droop shapes; in J
I lif) T sraws batavia cloth and crepe. I ' lk
' LJ$ us e Thing for an All-around Hat . I j
Two Millions Provided for
Storage of Munitions at
New Mexico Fort
"WASHINGTON. June -i. Following
a fifteen -hour session the senate early
today passed th. tthird deficiency bill j
carrving ?5S. 467.000 and sent It to
conference. This was an increase of
moro than $5,000,000 over the house
bill. Among the principal items was I
an appropriation of two million dol
lars insorted by tho senate approprla-.
tions committee, for the construction!
of permanent storage facilities for'
high explosives at Fort "Wlngate mill-,
tary reservation In Now Mexico. House
leservatlons appropriating $14,000,000
to cover the deficit Incurred by gov
ernment operation of the telephone
and telegraph systems during tho war
The senate also accepted commit
tee amendments requiring all govern
ment publications to Indicate on the
first page of each the number of cop- (
les printed and the cost of preparation,
paper and printing. The postmaator
general also would be required to sub
mit a detailed statement of the cost to
the postal establishment of the matter
mailed under frank by each govern
ment department and the revenue
which would result were ordinary i
.postage rates charged. Heads of de-j
partments also would be required to i
submit to congress a report giving1
the aggregate number of government;
publications Issued annually with their,
cost. Another commlttoo amendment
appropriating 536S.97S to cover modi-,
ficatlons and readjustments of con-1
tracta for river and harbor work was
rotained In the bill. !
Ml! . !
Wanda I-Iawlcy comes to the Alham
bra Sunday In Keul Art's great 7-reeI
special entitled "Miss Hobbs." A little
title but the biggest production o
1320. Don't fail to see. Miss Hobbs.
MOTION TO INSTRUCT
DELEGATES IS DEFEATED
ROSWELb, N. M.. Juno 4. The
Democratic state convention, in ses
sion from yesterday until early to
day, named six unlnstructed de:,;?- es
to the Democratic national conven
tion. United States Senator A. A. Jones,
permanent chairman, ruled out or or
der an attempt to instruct tho delega
tion for "W. G. McAdoo for president.
WEBER LODGE 1. 1
FREE AND ACCEPTED j
Regular meeting Thursday, Juno 3,
8 p. m.. much business to transact..
Uy order of W. M. i
F. 13. NICHOLAS. Sec. '
At Last, Belief I
From Ebeumatism :
Now Is An Excellent Time to Get Rid
of Its Torture.
Victims of Rheumatism should take
advantage of the warm season which
is so favorable to the proper treat
ment for this painful nilmenk
Rheumatism is more than a mere lo
cal disorder confined to the locality
of the painful parts. It cannot be
rubbed away, because if is a deop-seat-ed
disease that has its source in the
blood supply. The tiny pain demons,
the millions of litllo disease germs
that cause the disease must be
Stolen Auto Found;
Thieves Strip Car!
j Stripped of all articles that could
bo carried away and with a liole i
punched in tho gasoline tank and j
bearing evidence of efforts made to I
damage the engine, the Chandler!
chummy roadster, which was stolen I
from Mrs Ethel Clark Saturday hasj
boon found at Kaysville.
CHINA T ItADE UOOM1NNG.
SAN FRANCISCO American busl-l
ness interests In China arc prosperous'
and this country does more bulsness in,
China now than all other countries
combined, according to George 13. j
Anderson. American consul-general
at Hongkong, a recent arrival here.
reached and eliminated from the blood ftH
before real relief can be had. 'lH
S. S. S. has been successfully used
for Rheumatism for more than fifty rH
years. It is the most thorough and IH
reliable blood remedy because it 1
searches out and eliminates all dis- !
ease germs which infest the blood.
Go to your drug store and get a bot- '.
tie of S. S. S. today, and begin to take
a rational, sensible- treatment for
Rheumatism that will show results. 'H
For free expert medical advice regard- '
ing your own case write fully to Chief '
1 Medical Odvisor, G03 Swift Laboratory. 'H
Auto Thieves Will j B
Face Felony Charge H
Recent activity on the part of au
tomoblle thieves in Ogden and neigh-
boring towns is occupying tho attcn- '
tion of the polico and sheriff's depart
ments. Reports of cars being stolen if
'arc received dally from out of town
All cases of stolen cars in Ogden or 1
"Weber county are to be prosecuted 1
upon felony charges in the future. ',
Officers have been warned when ar
resting persons upon the charge of '
stealing cars to prepare their cases for ,
court upon felony charges, whicli 1
means penitentiary terms for the of- ,
fenders if convicted.
Matches replaced the tinder box in
ITHE SEAL OF APPROVAL H
PLACED ON miS MEDICINE
BY TWO GENERATIONS H
Merit decides the popularity of a remedy the same as for any other IH
piece of goods. For nearly fifty years Pe-ru-na has held the conil-jj-f.
dence of the American family. The real goodness of the
HiVXfc medicine, its success in the treatment of catarrh and ca- IH
j larr'ia' contlil'oas li".s made this posrible nothing else. '
fpj - FOR EVERYDAY ILLS
Jj$$3 Whether the catarrhal inflammation takes the form of
S&ri a cough and cold or a derangement of the stomach and jH
yj bowels Pe-ru-ua has proved equally good. It regulates tho
!D! functions of digestion, enriches tho blood, aids elimination, tH
tones up the nervous system and thus carries its toothing, (H
iS&ffi healthful influence to the mucous membranes, which line
egfi.-all parts of tho body.
I Pe-ru-na is a louic laxative with great power in overcoming ca
tarrhal conditions. Very effective as a body builder after a protracted
sickness, an attack of the grip or Spanish Influenza. iH
Sold Everywhere Tablets or Liquid
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