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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, June 11, 1920, LAST EDITION - 4 P.M., Page 9, Image 9',
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fl THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920. ,
. -7 Mighty mash to
Bring Down High
Clothing Prices !
' Suit to Order fflH
Prices Reduced to the Lowest v
. UNION MADE
f xlra Pants Extra Pants j
C FREE FREE
. Although H sounds too good to be true, the offer is bona fid
in every respect. Come and sec the high quality -woolens and
- j, judge for yourself what a wonderful offer this is.
Quick action is necessary as these suits
will sell like hot cakes.
' Howard Williams
2309 Washington Ave.
jjai MORMON BATTALION,
fejm Daughters of the Mormon Battalion
will meet Saturday afternoon at the
fH home of Mrs. Eva Greenwell, 2-1 2C
liSH Monroe avenue, at 2:30 o'clock.
.Jjjiflj y Returns to Ogden Miss Ruth Boyle,
rafB ' "'bo bas been attending school in Lara.-
tjjMr"' mlv for the past year, arrived in Og-
ScuV den during- the early part of the. week.
f-Kf "MIsa Edna Volker of Salt Lake is'
-H a guesl at the home of Miss Flor-once-Tracy.
fjM VISIT IN OGDEN.
liSH Mrs. J. Victor Berbye, formerly of
ffiH Ogden and her guest, Mies 13. Uirbclt, '
fuHl of Chicago, are spending a few days
njHI In Ogden.
jtH FROM CALIFORNIA. J
jjjjHj Miss Catherine Cosgrovo of c.r.l-
naiiiiMii mm PimiummjuiwjuiL'"! I
fornia, arrived in Ugdon during the
early part of the week and ;s a .uest
at the home of many of her Ogden
friends. Miss Cosgrove canto to Og
den to attend the commencement
ercljes to be held at Saci'oil Houti
academy, where the was graduated
in in IS.
j JtLTrURNS TO OGDK.V. -
J Mlds Ruth Boyle, who has been at-
lending school In Laramie for the j
past year, arrived in Ogden during
the early part of the week.
I Miss Florence Tracy and Miss Elix
I abeth Browning will entertain at a
party Saturday Misa Edna Volker.
kThei party will be' given tu the resi
dence of Miss Browning.
UAVMOYV KILLS FAIUIEU. j
(By International News Service.) !
SIOUX FALLS, S. D. A misstep in j
his haymow cost Oscar G. Enga-
hardt. twenty-seven, a farmer near'
here, his life a few days ago. Tho i
: misstep resulted in a fall In which En- !
gahardl fell against a itmber and sua-!
itnined internal injuries. lie died on
the way lo Sioux Falls hospital.
Ig Our Tackle '
eans Good Luck, Pleasure
We Issue Licenses.
I THE H. C-HANSEN CO.
I 2468 Hudson Ave. 1
grMunMi.n iwu'uli hi ii ii ii njiuiajnnji.ujmiiiiiM n ihmii i ii ii ii n p ii i ii i n j ' .
I-1 Lasts All the "
I Week j
,. 10 Inspirational Lectures; 10 Enjoyable I
J Concerts; the Drama "Kindling";
h- the Big Junior j
jj? Season tickets save over 200 per cent.
J ' Adults, $2.75; Students, $1.65; Children's, $1.10
I . (War tax included)
& ; Q?ox sae at a drug stores and at Chautauqua head-
i I quarters at Spargo's.
SWEDE RISBERG I
Former Union Association 1
t Star En Route to Coast
i to Se'e Family
i "Swede" Risberg. star shortfieldcr
of the Chicago White. Sox was an
Ogden visitor for a few -minutes to-;
day en route to his home at San
Francisco. Sickness in his family js j
the reason for the baseball player's '
sudden trip to the coasL j
Risberg for a Tow years was a I
member of the Ogden club of the old j
Union association playing shortstop
during the 1911-12 seasons. He later j
Joined the Vernon club of the Pa- '
rific Coast league and for (lie "past j
four years has been one of the fttaln
stays in the White Hose aggregation. I
Risberg stated today that Cicotte j
was having tough luck getting
started and that Williams and Fabcr
were carrying the bulk of the pitch-
ing burdens. He stated, however,
that tho Sox would be up in the top
position before many 'wcc"ks pass, i
When asked as to the chances of
the Cleveland . Indians as pennant
winners he stated that Chicago,
Washington and New York in his
opinion would finish ahead of tho
Risberg slated that "Ducky" Jones
was playing classy hall with " the
Tigers despite the fact that he had
n finger broken during early season.
SELF IN ROOMING
When a landlady in a local
rooming house frantically called
the police to "come and get a
crazy man" this morning at 2
o'clock. Sergeant A. M. Edwards
and Chauffeur Ed. Butterfield res
ponded and found Robert Ras
mussen barricaded behind the
i door of his room.
i Force was exerted sufficient to
j break the lock and shove back
. a heavy bedstead before the of
ficers entered, Sergeant Edwards
Rasmussen, who claim'ed Sacra
mento, Cal.. as his home, was hid
den under the bed and when told
to get nut by the officers, scream
ed that he was being followed by
some one who Intended killing
. hint. . .
! He was taken to the police
station, where he is being held
pending an Investigation as to his
Straiigler Lewis Mere
En Route to Coast
Ed. "Strangler" Lewis, aspirant for
tho , world's heavyweight wrestling
title, spent a few hours in Ogden yes
terday en route to his home at San
Lowis recently met Joe Steelier for
the world title but met defeat after
three hours of mat work. Lewis
stated that he was out for a return
match with tho champion at any tlnto
or any place for any amount. He
appeared to lc In the pink of condition.
PLAGUE SERUM FROM
U. S. REACHES VERA CRUZ
VERA CRUZ. June 10. Or four
suspects examined during the last two
days, two were foi'ud to be suffering
with bubonic plague. One of the ten
persons confined on quarantine Island
has died of the disease. One recovery
is reported and Hit other eight wore
found not to be affected.
An American des'roycr arrived from"
New Orleans today with enough serum
for 7.500 injections, and other medi
cine. Serum for .".ono injections, pre
pared In Mexico City, has also arrived.
It is planned to begin vaccination today.
THE FIELD AND
'MOTHER OF FIVE LEADS FIGHT
1 OF SUFFRAGE FOR 36TH STATE
A -A. I t
- .Mrs. TliouuiH N. Hepburn, slate rhairniau of Hit National Woman's 1'ariy
of Coiuice.tit'iiii. and (lie yoiuigeM of her five children.
N, E. A. Staff Correspondent.
HARTFORD. Conn.. June 12.
Tho stubborness of Gov. Marcus II.
Holcomb Is exasperating, To every
appeal made to him to call a special
session of I he legislature to ratify the
woman suffrage amendment, he re
plies: "I still do not believe that a
special emergency exists."
This answer In the face of the fact
that nearly 17.000.000 women will be
disfranchised unless one more legisla
iluro ratifies the Anthony amendment
j Perhaps Governor Ilolcontb would
l agree with anti-suffrage, politicians
who say "nobody wants equal suffrage
except a few uhildless women." If he
was not being pursued by a woman
who has five bright little ones, and
who knows the need of the ballot in
tho hands of all the women to protect
all thee hlldren of the nation.
On Trail uf Exeemlxe
This woman lc Mrs. Thomas N. llep
ilMirn. Connectiouit state chairman of
the National Woman's Party, who has
Ibeen hot on the trail -of the chief exe
cutive for several months.
Mrs. Hepburn has proved to "this
obstinate governor that suffragists do
I have children, and that the more they
I have, the 'harrier they 'fight for bettor
jf,overnment and more freedom. She
I has kfpt the governor busy explaining
jhis frail reason for not ailing a spe
LHi TO JOT
Athlete to Wear Ogden Colors,
Will Enter Los Angeles
Clinton Larson, national high jump
champion and holder of the world's
record in the aerial event at G feet .
7 and 7-S Inches' will depart for
Los Angeles during the coming week'
to compete In tho western trials for
j the American track jind j field team-
at Pasadena, June 2Cth. Larson will'
wear the colors of the Ogden Ath-'
letlc association. j
He la regarded as the . 'greatest
! jumper in the world today and should 1
I bo able to bring honors galore to
j Ogden. Iarson will be met at Los
Angeles by Creed Haymond. sprint j
champion, and Alma Richards, one.
of America's greatest stars. I
, The three will wear the colors of
j the local organization. Coast news-,
: writers are boosting tho stars and1
I unless all promotions fall they Willi
I easily make tho team that will depart)
for the finals at Harvard Stadium!
! early m July. .1
i FOUR KILL SELVES !
: AFTER ACCIDENT
I ON U.S. TRANSPORT-
i WASHINGTON. June 11.
I Four persons on board the army
transport Mount Vernon com
mitted suicide utter one of the
ship's propellors broke off the
Virginia coast, according to a ra
dio dispatch received here today.
Their names or the circumstances 1
were not given, j
Tho transport has aboard 1.000 !
C'ccho-Slovak troops who are be- j
ing taken to their native land
from Siberia. 900 Gorman war 1
prisoners under a United States 1
army guard, and "50 women and I
children. She Is heading for Nor-
folk and la due there tomorrow. j
DEATH OF CARDS ;
EXPERT PUZZLES I
NEW YORK POLICE
NEW YORK. June 11. Mys
tery surrounded the death here
today of Joseph Elwell, a wldel?
known whist expert and author
of several books on auction and
Elwell was found by his house
keeper seated In n chair In his
bedroom with a bitllot wound In
his forehead. Detectives pro
nounced the caso ono of murder.
Elwnll'a money, - Jewelry and
many vuluable Ironb'Os were im
' "touched."" ' ' r Tfj
icial session. Following are some of
'the things she has found time, after
taking good care of her children, to
Made a canvass of the state last fall
land got a majority of the legislators
to petition the governor for a special
i Caused the Republican Central com
mittee to strongly urge the governor'
; to convene the legislature.
Caused the Republican state con
vention to adopt a resolution urging
the governor to call the legislature to
gether. Organized n Men's Republican Rati
fication Committee, to holding a hear
ing before the governor which recom
mended to him it was for the part'
rgood thai he eH a special session,
i Brought about numerous mass
'meettings of both men and women
who urged Governor Holcomb to wak'
up. To each request Governor Holcomb
tus replied. "There's no , special
; "We still believe that the national
! Republican ksadevs can ntaku Gover
"nor Holcomb see this einerjcencv If
jthey will just be firm with hlm. ' de
'cl.ireri Mrs. Hepburn. Mrs. Hepburn's
husband is a well-know n physician
Many From Here Will Attend
Convention to Be Held
Shriners of Ogden are departing by
rail and by automobile for Portland
where they will attend the national
convention which will bo held In that
city June 21 to 2fi inclusive. The an
nual Portland Rose Carnival will also
be bold during the convention and
many features have been planned to
entertain the visitors according to Og
donltes. P. C. Richardson and family will
loave during the present wcok by au
tomobile for Portland. They expect
Jo reach their destination during 'the
fore part of the coming woek.
, More than forty Shrlncrs en route
to the convention vlaSan Francisco
were in Ogden fora few hours today.
One member of'the party stated that
nine special trains have been char
tered to make tho journey from Chi
cago" and other points. These trains
have been chartered over the Union
Pacific while a number have been en
gaged for the northern route, the
PaisiJs Sale Sign on
Sidewalk; Find $20
Samuel Miller painted a large sign
on his sidewalk In front of his place
of business advertising his wares. Of
ficer Michael Shaubhnessy strolling
Keep 'the Hot Sun Out! fl
Let thq Cool Breezes In! H
Keep your sun.expoaed porches 10 degrees cooler on hottest - 'jvl
days. Add delightful, r.iry outdoor rooms to your hme. . 1
We carry a complete line of Aerolux. Most artistic, dur. - ) fll
able economical shades you have ever seen. -V lil
j Sizes- to fit any porch opening Also an interesting show. -j.
j Other Porcli Furniture l-ifl
j At Real Price Concessions il
We are distributors B
for the Famous - p1- H
' Partly Cloudy Tonight
and Saturday Forecast
j "Partly cloudy tonight and Saivr
' clay, warmer Saturday." This wa
t the weather prediction contained in
i the report which reached Ogden this
morning from the United Sta'tesj
Yesterday was a cool day wheiti
compared with the first days of tnoi
week, the mercury reaching only 75'
degrees at the maximum point. The'.
' minimum yesterday was 55 degrees. i
'This morning the mercury fell to .55'
I degrees at the lowest point. i
! - oo - .
Red Cross Meeting j
to Be Held Saturday
To decide whether or not the Peace
time program of the Red Cross will
be adopted and carried out by the Red
Cross in this city, the executive com
mittee of the organ ialion will meet
tomorrow at the Rod Cross rooms In
the First National bank building.
It is expected that tho peace time
program will be adopted, practically
all Ogden social welfare organizations
having been reported as being in favor
along his boat, got paint on his shoes
and told Miller that the sign was a
I violation of a city ordinance and
should be moved. Miller washed the
sign with water and with lye and
promised the officer that on a certain
day the paint would be entirely ob
literated. The abovo story was told
by witnesses in tho city court this
morning when Miller appeared for
trial. Judge D. R. Roberts found tho
'defendent guilty and fined hint $20
Rockefeller, Jr., May ; I
Fish in Ogden Canyon I
John D. Rockefeller. Jr., and par- . JH
ty will arrive In Ogden next Tuesiho IH
morning at S o'clock en route to the
west coast. The party will spend
more than seventeen hours in Ogden,.
departing front Ogden for the west I IH
at 1:55 on the morning of Juno 1.
Railroad officials this morii'd;? j IH
stated that young Rockefeller va
an 'ardent lover of outdoor sports
and that plans would, no doubt, b'l
completed for a fishing trip to oni
or the nearby canyons. The party '-1
will arrive In Ogden from Bennex
on a special train
i By aiding the proeeTuU"
lion the blood is enriched, the ML, IH
wastes and poisons are rc- hBvZ
moved and the whole JmHm -'
system is (jlr0Dft"'ir
.hRm' ' J&K2 catarrh aalti- j
icM$( ygsjjr flammation o mueouy "f H
SwpK'; SSm' membranes lining the
:3C3fj!S otoaiach, bowels, ccae, ' 1
rtfyjrimft' throator other orcans. Good C ' H
for couclis, colds, effects of IH
TSufeVy Cn'P or Spanish Flu and ca- IH
3?SWEMEi Urrhoi conditions generally. IB
3f3 vw Etjy to take in either '
jOTjI mjet orliguld forca Md " Jl
wv- cd' by two Generations of
&$J The right taedieinofor all ;
Bpr catarrhal conditions. - M
j tlie-M'9 Out o! the High I
1 Cost of Clothes.. I I
I Special Reductions lor Saturday Only I H
I COME IN AND BE CONVINCED I I
I LOOK FOR W Of 17 M 252'25th I I
1 THE SIGN S3 VUni-jll STREET i H