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I! SATURDAY ONLY l
I HERE'S YOUR CHANCE t ;
1 To buy a nice hat cheap. About one hundred'' $ - . 1
I hats taken from our regular stock of Monogram ' " ; ,
! patterns. There will be all styles, colors and t
I 4 sizes. Values up to $16.50 for ,$4.98 ' I
I rA nice line of shapes and children's hats for . . $1" : ; t I
I ' : V.-,. COME EARLY .
I For They Won't Last Long ' - " " j
LAST & THOMAS " j
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IG. T. Terry Seeks
Marriage Annulled
Annulment of his marriage with
Addle E. Terry Is asked In a petition
I filed this morning In the district court
1 by George T. Terry. Mr. "Terry sets
forth in his petition, that his wife was
not mentally and physically fit to en
i ter the marriage alu.te and made mls
l representations at the time of the
f marriage hero in January, 1919.
The petition of Mr. Terry shows that
for the purpose of inducing him to
consent to the marrlase his wife rep
resented herself to be physically fit
and mentally sound, and so believing
he was Induced, to marry her.
I In truth, he states in his petition,
Mrs. Tern' is not physically fit or
mentally sound and is abnormal and
I Incapable of entPrlng the marriage
fstac. He alleges thatp rlor to the mar--1
riage she was legally committed to the
state mental hospital at Proyo and
1 was an initiate there for six months.
I Mrs. Terry was not cured, according
to tho allegation?, and Mr. Terry
. therefore asks the court to sever the
' matrimonial bonds.
Vegetables Are Held
Back by Cold Spell
Utah vegetables, scheduled to arrive
on local market this week, were un
avoidably detained by the cold spell
of this week and will not bo ready for
the market for atl cast a week, ac
cording to reports from local grocers.
Radishes, green onions and aspara
gus from local gardens arc on the
market, there being an abundanco of
this variety of vegetables.
A few cantaloupes made their ini
tial appearance but there was no gen
eral demand for them, it Is stated.
Tomatoes continue to demand fancy
prices.
Cucumbers, spring beans, peas, new
potataocs. bermuda onions and a large
variety of other early California vege
tables" have undergone a slight de
crease In price during the past week.
Reports are that Missouri straw
berries will arrive here tomorrow for
local consumption. Thus far, none
of the "Utah crop has matured, al
though an abundance of strawberries
is expected in about ton das.
This crop together with other
berry crops, is reported to be excep-
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ii i ii i ii 1 1 i mHi.mrfj?vwi ti" iJqwPja ;
I jGotafl ?3! Business j
I; I j MEN'S CLOTHING, MEN'S FUR
S' NISHINGS AND MEN'S SHOES
I ' I SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES. IT j
; j WILL PAY YOU WELL TO SEE I
I ; j OUR DISPLAY AND OUR PRICES. 1
I I Shoes $235, $145 d
H E Suit Cases and Leather Bags j
H 1 ALSO BIG REDUCTION IN ALL DEPARTMENTS I
H I NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP TOR PRESENT I
H I AND FUTURE' NEEDS
I I LOOK FOR I MILLER 1 302 25th ST-1
I THE BIG " J-liV NEXT TO
I YELLOW CLOTHING CARR'S S
I SIGN STORE DRUG CO. I
tionally large this Geason.
Grocers report that tho fruit crop is
almost a total failure.
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Deaths and Funerals
BARKER Edward Barker, Infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Leroy
Barker, died yesterday morning at
tho home in North Ogden. Interment
was in' the North Ogden cemetery.
PATTERSON Funeral services for
John Patterson will be held Satur
day afternoon at 2 o'clock in the
Lindquist Funeral chapel. Ritualistic
services will be held by the Knights
of Pythias. The body may be viewed
at the chapel until tho time of the
services. Interment will be in the
Ogden City cemetery. '
SNEDDON Thomas Sneddon, died
suddenly at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon at his homo "in Diamond
vllle, Wyoming. lie was a well
known resident, of Ogden, having
been the manager of tho Lion Coal
& Coke company for the past 23
years. He is survived by his wife and
the following children, Robert Sned
don of Twin Falls, Mrs. 0. H. Brown
of Evanston, Mrs. Con Sinclair of
j Anaconda, Mrs. T. C. Russell of
I Cameron, Thomas Sneddon. Jr., of
Montpelier, Mrs. A. A. Veally of
Montpelier, Mrs. D. L. Trano of
.Wyoming, Mrs. Harry Nucklos of
Montjpeiier, Mrs. A. J. Haley and
'Mrs. Fred Chapin of Montpelier; one
j sister, Mrs. Margaret Hunter of Og
jden; one brother, William Sneddon
(of Diamondville. The body will be
brought to Ogden, Sunday morning
,and will be taken in charge by Llnd
jqulst. Interment will be in the Og-
den City cemetery.
.UTAH AHEAD OF
EAST IN EDUCATION
EXPERT ASSERTS
BOSTON, June 4. Western
slates are outdoing those of the
east in providing public educa
tional facilities. Dr. L-eonard P.
Ayers, educational director of the
RusselUSace foundation, said in
an address- to the school superin
tendents of the state today. "Up
to ten years aijo Massachusetts
ranked highest in school attend
ance, money spent fgr public
schools and equipment and teach
ers' salaries," said Dr. Ayers. "Jn
191S the atato went into ninth
placo. Montana leads the country.
Western states. Huch as Utah,
California and Arizona have
tho only eastern oiale. that shows
an advance in tho public school
system in tho lost forty yenrs."
Hearing of Merrill
Nibley Is Postponed
Hearing' of tho sugar profiteering
charges against Merrill Nibley, vlce
presidont and assistant general man
agjj: of tho Utah-Idaho Sugar com
pany, scheduled for today has again
boon postponed because of j.he absence
of United States District Atorney I.
B. JDvans, whoj left, last night for
Washington to confer with Attorney
General Palmer. It has been announc
ed the hearing will be held Immedi
ately following Mr. Evan's return to
Bait Lake City.
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PROMISES RAIL WAGE
SETTLEMENT IN WEEK
CHICAGO, Juno 4. Judge B. M.
Barton, chairman of tho United States
railroad labor board, announced this
morning the board would try to mako
a temporary decision on wage demands
within a weok. The board then ad
journed indofinltoly.
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GOMPERS IN MONTREAL
FOR LBOR CONVENTION
MONTREAL, June J. Samuel
Gompers, president of the 'American
Federation of Labor, arrived hero to
day to attend preliminary meetings
of the organization's committee, prior
to the annual convention which opens
I Monday.
FARM BREAU
LEAGUE READY
Baseball Teams of County
Towns to Clash in Official
Games Tomorrow
The baseball teams of the Weber
County Farm Bureau league commence
their league battles tomorrow, accord-j
ing to Ihe schedulo of both A and B j
leagues which wore made public today ,
as follows:
Schedule, A League. I
Juno 5 Plain City vs. South Weber,
at South Weber; North Ogden vs.
Hooper, at Hooper: Pleasant View vs.
Clinton, at Clinton; Eden vs. Hunts-
Hie, at Huntsvllle.
I Juno 9 Hooper vs. Huntsville, at
, Ilunlsville.
Juno 12 Plain City vs. Liberty, at
Plain City; Clinton vs. North Ogden,
at North Ogden; Huntsville V3. Plea
sant View, at Pleasant View; South
Weber vs. Eden, at Eden.
June 10 Plain City vs. Clinton, at
Clinton; North Ogden vs. Huntsville,
at Huntsville; Pleasant View vs.
J Hooper, at Hooper; South Weber vs.
Liberty, at Liberty.
Juno 26 Huntsvllle vs. Plain City,
t Tlaln City; Liberty1 vs. North Og
cn, at North Ogden; South Weber vs.
i leusant View, at Pleasant Viow;
(Eden vs. Hooper, at Eden.
Juno 30 North Ogdjgn vs. South We
ber, at South Weber; Eden vs. Liberty,
at Liberty.
July 3 Plain City vs. Hooper,, at
Hooper; Pleasant View vs. Eden, at
jEden; Clinton vs. Huntsvllle, at Hunts
ville. July 10 North Ogden vs. Plain City,
at Plain City; Liberty vs. Pleasant
(View, at Pleasant View; Clinton vs.
, Eden, at Eden; Huntsvllle vs. South
Weber, at South Weber.
July 14 Pleasant Viow vs. Plain
City, at Plain City; Liberty vs. Clin
ton, at Clinton; Hooper vs. South Wo
bor, at South Weber.
July 17 Eden vs North Ogden, at
iurui ugura; tiiniuii vs. iioupei, in
Hooper; Huntsville vs. Liberty, at Lib
erty. July 24 Eden vs. Plain City, at
Plain City; Liberty vs. Hooper, at
Hooper; Pleasant View vs. North Og
den, at North Ogden; South Weber, vs.
Clinton, at Clinton.
July 31 South Weber V3. 'Plain City,1
at Plain City; Hooper vs. North'Ogden,
at North Ogden; Clinton vs. Pleasant j
View, at Pleasant View; Huntsville vs.
Eden, at Eden.
August 4 Huntsville vs. Hooper, at
Hooper.
August 7 Plain City vs.. Liberty, at
Liberty; North Ogden vs. Clinton, at
Clinton; Pleasant View vs. Huntsville,
at Huntsville; Eden vs. South Weber,
at South Weber.
August 11 Clinton vs. Plain City,
at Plain City; Huntsville vs. North
Ogden, at North Ogden; Hooper vs.
Pleasant View, at Pleasant Viow; Lib
erty vs. South Weber, at South We
ber. August 21 Plain City vs. Huntsville,
at Huntsville; North Ogden vs. Liber
ty; Pleasant View vs. South Weber, at
South Weber; Eden vs. Hooper, atl
Hooper. J
August 25 South Wober vs. North'
Ogdon, at North Ogden; Liberty vs. I
Eden, at Eden.
August 28--IIooper vs. Plain City, at
Plain City; Eden vs. Pleasant View, at
Pleasant View; Huntsville vs. Clinton,
at Clinton.
September 4 Plain City vs. North
Ogden, at North Ogden; Pleasant View
vs. Liberty, at Liberty; Eden vs. Clin
ton, at Clinton; South Weber vs.
Huntsville, at Huntsvllle.
September 8 Plain City vs. Plea
sant View, at Pleasant lew; Clinton
vs. Liberty, at Liberty; South Weber
vs. Hooper, at Hooper.
September '11 North Ogden vs.
Eden, at Eden; Hooper vs. Clinton, at
Clinton; Liberty vb. Huntsville, at
Huntsville.
September IS Plain City vs. Eden,
at Eden; Hooper vs. Liberty, at Liber
ty; North Ogden vs. Pleasant View, ai
Pleasant View; Clinton vs. South Wo
ber, at South Weber.
Schedule, B League.
June 5 Kanesvllle vs. Slaterville,
at Slatorvillo; Farr West vs. Hooper,
at Hooper; Taylor vs. Clinton, at Tay
lor; Eden vs. Industrial School, at
Edon.
June 9 Industrial School vs. Hoo
per, at Industrial School.
June 12 West Warren vs. Slater
ville, at Slatervillo; Clinton vs. Farr
West, at Farr West; Industrial School
vs. Taylor, at Taylor; Kanesvllle vs.
Eden, at Kanesvllle.
June 19 Clinton vs. Slatervillo, at
Clinton; Industrial School vs. Farr
West, at Industrial School; Hoopor va
Taylor, at Hooper; Kanesvllle vs. West
Warren, at West Warron.
Juno 26 Industrial School vs. Sla
terville, at Slaterville; West Warren
vs Farr West, at Farr West; KanoB
vllle vs. Taylor, at Taylor; Hooper vs.
Eden, at Eden.
June 30 Kanesvllle vs, Farr West,
at Kanesvllle; Eden vs. Wost Warren,
at West Warren.
July 3 Hooper vs. Slatervillo, at
Hooper; Eden vs. Taylor, at Eden:
Clinton vs. Industrial School, at Clin
ton. -July 10 West Warren vs. Taylor, at
Taylor; Farr Wost vs. Slaterville, at
Slaterville; Clinton vs. Eden, at Eden;
Kanesvllle vs. Industrial School, at
I There's one lunch
that I like battel;
I "than any other
I Post
tOASTIES
I are oood 1
aoaytame U I
In Woolen Market Brings
j Down the Price of . j
I Clothing
'I THE PRICE HAD TO COME DOWN! j
Recent unsettled weather conditions compelled wholesale S
j : woolen merchants throughout the country to unload at big 3
i ; l03ses. The gain is yours because you can now buy a fine all- 1 1
!wool suit to order for only $39.50 with an extra pair of pants J
FREE. ' I
Bxtra Pants
j Susi toOrUs
S B GET THIS STRAIGHT 5
Ii I $39.50 is all we ask for a fine all wool suit including an S
extra pair of pants free. We have got 300 new choicepat-1 I
terns to select from, all for $39.50 with two pairs of pants I
ORDER NOW. 8 t
ONION MADE
HOWARD WILLIAMS j
2309 Washington Ave. 0
Industrial School.
July 14 Taylor vs. Slaterviile. al
Slaterville; Clinton vs. West Warrea
at We3t Warren; Kanesvllle vs. Hoo
per, at Kanesvillo
July 17 Edon vs. Farr West, at Farr
West; Industrial School vs. West War
ren, at Industrial School; Clinton vs.
Hobper, at Clinton.
July 24 Eden vs. Slaterville, at
Edon; Taylor vs. Farr West, at Tay
lor; Hooper vs. West Warren, at Hoo
per; Clinton vs. Kanesvllle, at Kanes
vllle. July 31 Kanesville vs, Slaterville,
at Kanesvill9; Farr West vs. Hoopor,
at Farr West; Taylor vs. Clinton, ac
Clinton; Eden vs. Industrial School, at
Industrial School
August 4 Industrial School vs.
Hooper, at Hooper.
August 7 West Warren vs. Slater
Iville, at West Warren; Clinton va
Farr West, at Clinton; Industrial
School vs. Taylor, at Industrial School;
Kanesville vs. Eden, at Eden.
August 14 Clinton vs. Slaterville, at
Slaterville; Industrial School vs. Fan
West, at Farr West; Hooper vs. Tay
lor, at Taylor; Kanesvllle vs. West
Warren, at Kanesville
August 21 Industrial School vs.
Slaterville, at Industrial School; West
Warren vs. Farr West, at Wost War
ren; Kanesville vs. Taylor, at Kanes
vllle; -Hooper vs. Eden, at Hooper.
August 25 Kanesville vs. Farr
West, at Farr West; Edon vs. West
Warren, at Edon.
August 28 Hooper vs. Slaterville, at
Slaterville; Eden vs. Taylor, at Tay.
lor; Clinton vs. Industrial School, at;
Industrial School.
September 4 Farr West vs. Slater
ville, at Farr Wost; West warren vs.
Taylor, at West Warren: Clinton vs.
Eden, at Clinton; Kanesvllle vs. In
dustrial school, at Kanesvlllv.
Septoinber 8 Taylor vb. Slaterville,
at Taylor; Clinton vs. West Warren, at
Clinton; Kanesville vs. Hooper, at .oo
per. September 11 Eden vs. Farr West,
at Eden: Industrial School vs. WeBt
Warron, at West Warren; Cllnicn va.
Hooper, at Hooper.
September 18 Eden vs. Slaterville,
at Slaterville; Taylor vs. Farr West, at
Farr West; Hooper vs. ,est Warren,
at West Warren; Cnilum vs, Kanes
ville, at Cliton.
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UNION WOOL CO.
OF NEVADA HAS
FINANCIAL GRIEF
BOSTON, June 4. A commit
tee of local bankers today took
over the business of the U.nlon Wool
company, of Nevada, and with the
concurrence of the company appoint
ed Ludwig Elsmann to manage Its
affairs,
The company has liabilities of be
tween $6,000,000 and $7,000,000 and,
assets estimated under average mar
ket conditions to be $2,000,000 great
er. Complications in its finances, it
was said, made administration by
the creditor banks desirable but no
assignment "was made. Although no
statement of the company's difficul
ties was mado, it was understood
they were duo to the recent drop in
prico of raw wools.
ASK INDICTMENT FOR
SALOON MAN'3 MURDER
CHICAGO, June 4. "Gene" Gary,
taken yesterday in connection with tho
shooting of H. J. P.eckas, a saloon
man. denied tho murder today. Tho
state atorney's office prpposes to ask
hia indictment, of the, grand Jury this
af ternoon .
REPORT BERGDOLL
TRYING TO REACH -
MEXICAN BORDER
Cleveland Bergdoll, wealthy draft eva
der, who escaped from the custody of
two non-com missioned officers of the
army at his homo in Philadelphia May
21, is reported trying to reach the
Mexican border, motoring with a com
panion and chauffeur, according to
a mesago received by local depart-
i ment of justice officials today from
San Antonio, Te?;a:.
All peace officers in seven counties
. of Arizona wore at once furnished with
descriptions of tho car and its occu-
I pants and instructed to watch for
them.
The San Antonio dispatch Indicated
the party had passed there and was
heading toward Arizona, presumably
With the Intention nf nrrlvlrc nnrnca
the international boundry Into Mexi
co. In Texas, tho Rio Grande would
force Borgdoll, if he wished to take
his car into Mexico, to soek bridges
or fords which would subject him to
federal inspection.
Tho companion was described in the
message aa a man of foreign appear
Jance. sharp featured, medium weight
: and wearing dark clothes. Tho chauf
j feur was described as having black
curly hair, dark complexion and sharp
features.
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BOLSHEVIK PROMISE TO
LEAVE PERSIAN SEAPORT
LONDON. June 3. Announcement
was made in the house of commons
today by Cecil D Harmsworth. under
secretary of foreign affairs, that tho
Bolshevik forces wore expected to
withdraw shortly from Brazil, in Per
sia, on tho Caspian sea. which thoy
occupied recontly. I
Still Landing: Troops
PARIS, Juno S The Bolsheviks are'
continuing to land troops at EnzeU.
according to dispatches received ,herc.
At the same time Teheran is in dlreot
negotiation with the Moscow govern
ment to obtain n withdrawal of the
Bolsheviks, of which, however, no
signs aro apparent, although M. Tchit
chorin tho Bolshevik mlnistor of for
.elgn affairs, informed the Persian
government by wlreletw that the Bol
shevik troops would leave as soon as
they had accompllahod their mission
of seizing tho shipa of Gen. Denlklne.
tho former antl-BolshGvlk leader.
j
if yon wasaf
the genuine
in bottles
fbs the home
at soda fountains
and oti draught"
f FOR SALE y
I OAKLAND SIX TOUR- I
I ING CAR I
2456 Madison Ave. J
Darkens Beautifully and Re-
stores Its Natural Color H
and Lustre at Once H
Common garden sage brewed into a
heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol vk
added, will turn gray, streaked and H
j faded hair beautifully dark and lux-
lurlant. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul- H
phur recipe at home, though, is trou- IH
jblesome. An easier way is to get the
ready-to-use preparation improved jy H
'tho addition of other ingredients a
large bottle, at little cost, at drug H
stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and IH
Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a
i lot of muss.
While gray faded hair is not sinful, HMI
wo all deslro to retain our youthful
appearance and attractiveness. By jA
darkening your hair with Wyelh's 1H
Sage and Sulphur Compound, no ona
can teH, because it docs It so natural
y, so evenly. You just dampen a
oponge or soft brush with it and draw H
i this through your hair, taking one H
small strand at a time; by morning H
tall gray hairs have disappeared. After IB
another application or two your hair '
i becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft
and luxuriant and you appear years
younger.
! LIFT OFF CORNS!
i
i
j Freezonc is magic! Corns lift off
j with fingers without pain
Hurt? No, not one hit! Just drop
I a little Freezone on tnat touchy corn,
instantly it stops aching, then you lift
that bothersome corn right off. Yes,
magic" Costs only a few cents.
Try Freezone! Your druggist sells a
tiny bottle, sufficient to your feet
of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn
between the toes, and callr.ses, without
one particle of pain, soreness or irri
tation. Freezone is the mysterious
other discovery of a Cincinnati genius.
MOTHER!
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative,
.nuvctx. vuuiuium syrup ot rigs
only look for the name California on "'v
the package, then you are sure vour
child is having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love its
fruity taste. Full directions , on each
bottle. You must say "California."
Master Sirengih-Buildeai
Of The Blood
I Helps Make! 5
Strong, Sturdy Kfon 3
and Heolthy, Beautiful Women 8
3,000,000 PopJo Uu It Annum
After you eat always uBe
E ATONIC
(FOR YOUR STOMACH'S SAKE') jH
one or two tablets cat like candy. fl
InstantlvrelievesHeartburn. Bloated
Gassy Feeling; Stops indigestion,
food souring, repeating, headacheand ,
the many miseries caused by
Acid-Stomach
EATONICIsthebestremedy,ittoke3
the harmful acids and gases right out
of the body "and, of course, you got
well. Tens of thousands wonderfully H
benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or " J
money refunded by your own drug- IH
s3t. Cost a trifle. Please ry it I ,
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Ladies Let CiiUcura jH
Keep Yomr Skin jH
Fresh and Yoimg

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