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2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920.'
I PIONEER DAY
I I CELEBRATION j
I! Lorin Farr Park
1 SATURDAY, JULY 24th. j
Free Amusements for the Chil- 1
dren and Free Dancing
in the Afternoon I
I REGULAR DANCE
I IN THE EVENING j
I Bring Your Picnic and Spend the
Day in the Shade, Where it is
Cool and Refreshing
I NOTED WOMAN OF ENGLISH
ROYAL CIRCLE IS DEAD
Mil, Kurd. England, Julj Mrs !
Cornwall! west, widow of ihe late
Cornwall West, and mother of the ,
Princess of Pless end the Duchess i I
Westminster, died at Arnewood, m r
here yesterday after a lung Mni
Mrs William Corn walls Wiyt was
the eldest daughter of th Rev, Fred
erick Fltspatrlck ami Lady Olivia, who
v.b a daughter of the second Mere, ill
of Hendfort. She was married In H7fl
to William Cornwall et of Ruthin
castle. County Denbigh, lionorarj col
onel of the Fourth Battalion "f Royal
Mrs Corwalls u -i was 62 years
old ine of her daughters, Mary
Theresa Olivia, wan mari:cd in 1S91
to Prince Heinrlch of Pies, and the
fher Constance ISdWina. married 'he
second Duke of Westminister in 1901.
The aboriginal iil'ies of the Malay
peninsula are unusually receptive to
I Used by over i-kjv
4,000,000 People y
Strength ( K if) V
HARTFORD MAN WILL
WASHINGTON Julv 32. Thomas
Bpellacy, of llirtford, Conn , is under
stood to have been selected a assist
ant secretary of the navy to succeed
Franklin D Roosevelt when Mr.
BVtlt retires about August P to
make the race as a Eomocrat!c vice
SOVIET AGENT'S AIDE IS
DEPORTED FROM ENGLAND
Washington". July 22. Banterl
Nuorteva, private secretary to Ludwig
C A K. Martens. Soviet agent in the
United States, who recently arrived In
England as a sailor on a merchant
. has been deported, official ad
vices received here today said. He
Is now en route to Russia, via Lihau
osi a British steamer in charge of
OHIO PEOPLE 'SOAKED"
BY COAL PROFITEERS
'"..! MRC.. (.. July 22. John
Ffelfer. s'.ate fair price commissioner
nai received instruction from Attomcj
General Palmer at Washington that
cases Ol profiteering in con I should be
sent m once to the district attorney
The in; ructions Conowed a letter
from Pfcifer containing complaints
from Vo iiople. who had been
forced to pay from v to .$11 a ton
for s-jft coal.
PRINCE FAS SORE THROAT
AND CANCELS HIS TALK
LAI NCESTON, Tahainla, Julv 1.
The Prince of Wales arrived ,hr- to
day, but Was unable lo reply to ;h
ddress of welcome because of a flight
I k of h.rvnsrltls His physician
as forbidden him to use his voice
I I Why Not Celebrate Right? I
1 Awa from the hot and sultry city into the fresh invigorating
& air of the mountains, thousands will travel on July 24. Pack a
a little lunch and seek a quiet little spot in the mountains. g
I CANNED MEATS, LEMONS CANNED SALMON 8
ETC Large jutcy Icnicr.s,
E 0 dozen . . . 40c 30c Columbia River B
ft ?0 Vic-na ssusage. I M
can t6e POTATO FLAKES " mn" "n 25c
fl D0c co. ncci beef 40c 1 package 19c ta" P'nk
D1 '. A meal is'not com mon- -an 20c I
PICKLEo p,cle ,n thc voun OLIVES "
U Chow -how p.ckies, ta:n Nheu fresh
ft bcttle . 34c Ptt0 Chips. :- ounce can ripe
fj Sp.ced gherkins PECCO olives 25c I
bottle . . .35c 2 pints . . 25c CFFEE &
ft Sour m.ved. bd 5 r'n,s C5'
W tie C4c 12 P11" 51-35 Be5t coffcC lb. 60c )i
2 qu.T's. . . 33c Bot coffee 5 lb. a
SUGAr? 5 quarts . 8"c 'etc 55c 9
I 12 cu3rl S2.00 Roce coffee, lb 50c 9
H Sugar, pou id 25c tu id. ojc b
H c , . Sl Th0 8ame as bcor- Rooe coffee, 6 lb
i Sugar, sack.. $24.50 only better. lots 50c
I SST Pnf6S 9X9 riht' Remember wo can .UDply you Willi your
I toningtrif supplies at a cheaper price (ban any other store A
J trial will corzince you.
j We ship to all points in Nevada, Wyoming Idaho, and Utah
I Chicago Wholesale Grocerv Co.
2376 Washington Avenue Phone 48c
I What is Castoria
lASTORIA is a harmlean substitute for Castor Oil, Paragoric,
j Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither
Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Ite ago is its guar
antee. For more than thirty years it has been m constant uso for the relief
of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhcea; allaying Fovcrish-
ness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels,
aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
1 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for ovar
j 30 years, has borno thc signature of L has. H. Fletcher, and has been made under
his personal auiwrvision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
E All Counterfeit, Imitations and Just-as-Good" arc bat Experiments that
j trifle with and endanger the heslth of Infants and ji -
I Children Experience against Experiment. j?
Genuine Catorla always boars the I'ljrnnture of LCs5: f&cUtC
FOREIGN BRIEFS '
LONDON, July 21, According to!
thi- Cork correspon dent of the London'
Evening Now, tvt Rlrls. who. it is.
said, i;o pt company with soldiers, ero
elsed b four men, who clipped their
CONSTANTINOPLE. July 21 (By
The Associated Press. The war office
announced today that it hud learned
ti-at the Greek vanguard had nietd
S Y M R.N.i. July 21 Greek troops ,
supported by an Anglo-Grek nasal
forco Which includes two British
dreadnoughts, have landed at the,
I'rrtK of Rrgll, Sultankeul and Ito-'
dosto, on tbc European shor of the'
Ka of Marmora, according to a com-'
niunlguo Issued at Greek heedQuar-j
trs Tue.sda' No resistance was met
except at Itocloalo, where the opposl-j
tion of the Turks uiin brokei, their i
lioops fleeing Into the Interior.
Thc statement adds th.u landing of
troops Is continuing according to
PA HIS. July 21 A Iavaa dispatch
i' on I lieirut, Syria, dated Jnl 20. de- ,
I. res that Emir Felsal has accepted
lie conditions fixed iy the ultimatum
ol Genera Fouraud, ihe French rom-
LONDON, July 21. King Felsal of
Bj rla, according to a lali Mali dis
I'Mich from Cairo, has appealed to the
league ot nations against the French'
Ultimatum The ultimatum is under
stood to have demanded Felsal a ac-1
qdiesenCe In the French mandate for
j rla and also In the ndoptlon of
,-ienrh currone- and of Iench as thoj
official laguage of Syria
Bl'ENOS AIRES. July 21 A sen -Rational
rise In exchange on New ork
nss followed the action of the Argon
tine government last week In suspend-I
Ing thd release of Argentine-, gold do-I
posits In the United States. The dol-l
k.i lrs udvunocd from 17 for cables
OH the date 0( ihe suspension of the J
release Ol deposits to 113 '-a today, or
equal 'o 10 points above par.
PARIS July 21 The Chateau
Thierry municipal council has con
ferred the title of "Cltlsen," upon Mar
shal Foch, General Pershing, Newton
f Baker, United States secretary of
war. j. j Jusaerand. French ambas
sador to France, and Franklin I.
1 D'Oller, of Phllkdelphls national
commander of the merlcan Legion.
The commanding generals of the
American troops, which delivered the
Hy from the Germans were simi
PARIS. Jul 21. Great Britain. U
lis understood, will agree to accept 16
francs iioni Germany as the dally cost
of maintaining a soldier of the arm)
! ot occupation along the Rhine, the
s.ime as the FrenCh cost, although the
P.rltlsh expense per man Is consider
ably higher. It is believed that Amer
ica will withdraw her troops union
i she receives the full cost for their
'maintenance from Germany
BUENOS AIRES Jul 20. After'
seveieiy cr;ic.s.ng the senate for its
failure to ratify tne $200.o0.U00 cereal
loan to England, h ran if and It.il:. ii"--gotlnted
more thun ii -. 1 1 h uko. '
President Irlgoyen to,!, ivithdrew th
measure, thereby nullifying it "wlnjc
to the long dela.. till alllce hSjjtl al
ready notified the piesldenl thf-j were
no lonuei interested
LONDON, July 21. Fifty-one coun
tries are roprenented at tho second ln
tei national donimunlst congress Which
opened at Petrogiad July 1 ! Says 1
wireless message from Moscow 1
Among the numerous delegates arc!
i'our from the United Slates, two from
Grpat Britain, four each from France.
Germany and Italy, and ono each from
d-t.i j and Cuba.
LONDON luiy 21 King Alfonso of
Spain, .inl ljuecn Vlcton 1 concluded .
1 tiielr unoflcai visit here today and I
departed (01 parts, leaving then- son.!
Do, 1 Jaime In Indoi to undergo
j treatment of his ear
SCORE OF MIMES CLOSED
a m n 10 nnn mpm mi p
hiiu 1 L..UW 111 t-n 1 l u
CHICAGO, July 22 Strikes of day
laborers In the southern Illinois coal
iieids with il-rnands for a $ a day
Increase today had closed more than
.i score of mines in the Important
Franklin county coal fields Reports
rom the district around BelU-vllle
said that approximately 1- fV men
' were idle.
, Fns.cicni Frar.l; Farrlngton, of the
Illinois Miners' union; said he would
trj to persuade th etr.king minors to
return pending negotiations 10 re
.)j1en the wage hearings.
HARKISktL KG. 111., July 22. SOv-
en thousand coal miners in this dis
trict Joined the strikers today. Not
b malt In tho eleventn .luu-dlstrict is
working, according to reports here.
BOLSHEVIK! IN MEXICO
ARE FOMENTING STRIKES
MEXICO CITY. July 21. a gen
eral strike has ben declared In nra
i m: according t.i Excelsior. 1 nload-
' tng of several ships wil be suspended
I In consequence of the recent strikes
at Vera Cruz and Tamplco and those
J on the Mexican railway, a government
1 investigation Into alleged Bolshevik
actlvit.es has b?en Instituted.
Ceesttao Gasca, federal dUtrict gov
ernor. In a statement to the prss to
night, declared that Mexican Bolshev
Ikl found guilty of law violations
. mild bo severely punished, while for
elirn offenders would bo expelled from
' the country.
KING SEES GREEK ARMY
LAND ON TURKISH SHORE
ATHENS. July 20 (By TJje Aeso-,-lateci
Presfl) King Alexander of
G'.oece was aboard the crulaar Avcrcff
during bombardment thij morning of
BodOStO, on the European shore of
the Soa of Marmora. Greek Coops
were land-d uy thc fleet, driving out
King Alexander, who former! VfUfl
an artillery commander. Intend "o
wit net all the Greek operations in
Thrace, while his wife, who b--fore
marriage wa. Aapania .Mane, will iu
main In Smyrna as a Red Crosi nuiio
to care for Greek wounded
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fly over lake michigan
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich . July 22
The four Alaska-bound army airplanes
left here at 11.30 today on the third
leg of their flight Which takr8 them
across Luke Michigan to Winona,
( jcptaln Street predicted the planes
would reach Winona In four hours If
I no mishaps were encountered.
Each plane was oulpped with a life
preserver for mi- of the aviators
should they be forced down while
crossing the lake Their course was
I due west from Grand Haven to tho
MAYOR OF SALT - '
HE TOOK FUNDS
(Continued From Pago One.)
that his delinquency, could not remain
Is the fact that yon could abstract
the money an evidence of a fault in
the system of accounting"" tho mayor
No While the system Is posslhle
of Improvement, It Is not so faulty,
that money could be taken and remain
indefinitely- undiscovered' answered
the former municipal accountant "Of
course, It eouJd be done again, but it
would be discovered npuln when eer
On audit of thc special funds should i
be undertaken, as Is being done now.''
SPEC! l, U HIT REQUIRE l.
FaJlwre of discovery of the xhortmje
is din- to the provision of the law with
regard to the auditing of tho city a ac
counts, tho requirement being for an
artnual audit of the general revenue
i punl without like requirement as
to the special Improvement accounts,
Thc latter are Intricate and Involved
Tho special improvement accounts
were ia.-i audited in 19 13 by Commis
sioner Herman H. Oreen, hired as a
speci.il auditor to do ihe work upon
tne initiative of Henry w. Lawrence,
ih- ii commissioner of finance. As a
res-ull of the findings of Mr. Green J
nearly $200,000 was returned to tax-'
payers because of ovcrcollcctlons up
on special Improvements.
This had resulted from the basing
of assessments upon the estimates of
the city engineer as to the cost of Im
provement extensions, such as sewer,
sfdewalk and pavement, instead of up-
I vi, uvuifli ivuunv.1 n.i" uiu
j work, which was nearly always some
what under the engineer'B estimate
In commenting upon the discovery
later. Mr. Groin Observed that It
; WOUld have been posdlldc for an aud
itor lo have abstracted most of tho
money that had thus accumulated
without fear of detection.
OMMIS6IO .IK GREEN At Tl I .
Mr. Green was later elected audi
tor and became even better acqualnt
I ed with the accounting system, im
I proving it in nian respects. Upon his
transfer from the department of parksi
land public property to that of finance I
I at the beginning of this your, when1
j the commission was reorganised, he
determined upon a full audit of the
j general revenue account, 'this account
13 praellcallv within the Jurlsdll Lion
of the elt treasurer Audit of it'
was recently completed by Mr, Kelly.
I his report showing everything abso
irdlnarlly Mr. Kelly's work as spe
cial auditor would have concluded I
with the turning in of that report but!
Commissioner Green directed him to1
make ccytuln tests on the special ac-1
counts. The resulting findings caused
further oeivlng to be made into the!
records and tne final laying bare oil
the documentary evidence again . Mr.,
Bock as auditor. The investigation
led even to tho tracing of Mr. Bock's
Indorsing signature on the warrants
from which it had been chemically re
moved, thi signature oelng discernible 1
when the warrants are held to the I
ST) Ks sol, I) TO RAISE CASH,
in order to obtain the necessary
ogsh to add to several hundred dol
lars in durVenoS bh hand, Air Bock
BOld iCOOlt, notably Tlntlc Standard,!
on the local mining exchange yester-l
day before he could go to thc bank I
ih company with City Attorney Folland
to purchase the cashier s check With
Which restitution was made
His bondsmen were notified of the
shortage yesterday morning by At-i
ouu) Folland. and later in the day
the) were notified of the restitution
in toe II is understood that further,
;uv t.i w ill be tied up as collateral se
curity against any further shortage
that might be uncovered in the course
ol completion of the audit of the
special interest accounts, which utn
isquire perhaps another month. n
has been determined that tho Job Is
to b? thoroughly done.
Mayor Bock said yesterday that
the shortage discovered and rostltu-
I Hon made cover the situation fully,
that there are no other shortages and
that It exhausted his financial resour-
ces to put the money back.
COMMISSIONER I ALKS.
Slle-it un; 1 he knew that tho m.iy
I or had made admission of his short
age Commissioner Green said last
Ve know more now than we did
when i tic checking of the special In
I terest accounts was started, unci we I
I may know .-till more and perhaps
nothing more of this nature, at leabtj
I hope there will be nothing more,
when the audit Is completed.'' he said.'
'In setting Mr Kelly at checking thej
rpcclal Interest account after he had'
made bib report that everything wasj
all right In the general revenue ac-i
count, mv aim was to make sure of
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eaflHHHS AtfL JRaV
jfi jl .. h
, ' . ..... . ; "' '. 4 whilikens, but it's goodil j
' i'' -m Yes, the kids can drink all they
'Z'tiiBrT' tiaP 'want for it is made by the exclu-
-K1 ''Z&Sfc -'fm 6ivc Ward process from nothing
rftyj0---. .,';' y & hut die pure ds-Ucious oil pressed f
tfflBlr " ' ' -:'' r ' from California lemons, finest mi
''iy j$S. '' 't Cranu1atei sugar, carbonated I
. 7$ water and citric acid, the natural 1 V
BW"' ' ''W'&& ''"''tei acid of the Icmoru Lemon-Crush (7
J - rM'yt' 0 ff ' '' bottles or at fountains E j
ri-'' -i' ' 'QQl 'f'f,j ' Parcd bv O.-nn-e-Crr,.. Co.. Chicago I
jj" ' Send for fia 00 'Je "J Onorft-Cratfi '
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things. It was no satisfaction to me
to discover that everything was not
all right. From the bottom of my
heart I Lh that It had proved other
WATER ROUTE URGED
DETROIT, Mich. July 22. De
manding development of the upper St"
Lawrence river to provide an open
waterway from the Great Lakes lo tt
Atlantic, fifteen hundred delegates
the Great 1-akes-St. Lawrence Th
water congre.-s assembled here lot.
During tho congress which will cc
tlnue through Saturday, speakers fi u
ten states will urge development of
tidewater route as a means of relieving
congestion at eastern ports and devel
oping the middle west.
Among spectators on the program
arc 1 nite I States senator Polndexter.
of Washington, Walter Parker, of the
Mississippi Valley association. and
(Jovernor Ilurillng of Iowa A mes
sage from Herbert Hoover, former
food administrator, will be read at thc
Saturday niornln? session
ENGINEER AND STOKER
KILLED ON STEAMER
LOJT)ON Julv 20. An enirlpeer
i. ... .. ,i .ty. hlHW1 on
I "Trd liner Atvultanla Off the coart
f Ireland yesterday when the slop
Valve of one of thc boilers of tno
steamship blew off. according to a Lrfl
I wireless dispatch astfieS
Thc steamer reduced speed and BtHfeli
made repairs and then proceeded to k iV'h
; Now York WwHS
i The Aqultanla sailed Saturday from m
Liverpool on her first trip as a pas- bIS'
sengcr vessel since the war. The ves- MjHi
sel had been converted Into an oil Hit
brrr.er K.rO O
The Kor.tn Rives death .is the pen- "",""-4B
aity for a woman seeking to escape bSKsb
a harem. H
Fourteen popes were named Clem HLH
Dress Shoes f
rfflS BuCaWBQ nr Fine Sht t
are priced .S.50 to $14
COLOR harmonies of mahogany calf and brass eyelets
add the finishing perfection to our No. 436. It is
ideal in weight and wearing qualities, handsome but
not flashy, stylish vithout being extreme. And more than
mete beauty, it is built on lines that insure comfort up to thc
day you outwear it.
For 'Sale in Oden by I
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