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j&gf THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER Q I
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. GAS SERVICE
Patrons of Company Say They
Cannot Get Enough Pres
sure to Cook
The trouble clerk ot the office of
the Utah Power & Ugrht company
rhas been busy lately nnswcrlns: the
telephone rails from patrons who
complain about the condition of tiie
fta service, and his Is not the only
telephone that Is busy.
Patrons he begun calling up The
Standnrd-Rxnmlner and in strong
terms declare the pressure is so low
in the mains furnishing them that one
Jet Is about ail they can light and
In nine IT none of the jets could
L Mr A phyalclltn called the paper this
morning .inl .-aid there was no break-'
W fast cooked in his home on account'
i of the gas failure.
r The Standard-Kxamlner Is inform-1
d that the trouble has followed LOO
pi eat an extension in the service in
the city without adequate provision;
to manufaeture increased quantities!
of gas. The paper also understand.!
Unit some measures are being taken!
to remedy the situation hut no ln-
formation was available as to whin
relief might lc expected.
The Utah Light & Power compan)
was asked for a statement today but
none eould be Obtained. Manager
Merrill could not be reached.
j JIW Mi l riXG P S1 I'OM'.I)
S Members of the Rebeec.i lodge of
I ' gden hav postponed their meeting
which was to have been held Friday
jSBmJB event n, July 23 The meeting will
JrT n be held on Julj SI, With special busl-
wj j. ncSS and c rcmonn-- taking place at
meeting This will be followed
I I I I ("It T(
Mrs. Bert Siprclle. daughter and son
left for an extended trip in the east
and the south They will visit friends
tMvk 'n' relatives and will return by ws
jpal ot Lo: Angelea ml San Francisco
ojjfi RETURNS TO OGDKN
l r. and Mrs. 0 li Johnson havi I
0mQ turned from a pleasant vacation trip
IflR spent at Logan Canyon
NORTH OGDE2V SOCIETY
(Special to Standurd-Exaniiner.) i
(NORTH OGDEN, July 2. Pauij
Elaylock Is expected down Saturday),
from Idaho Fall where he ha bBCii i
absent for a number of months on a
'Sgm'X Miss Agnes Johnson of Idaho Fal'.s
a baa been enjoying in i ctended visit
1 here with frier I
S i ainarcn bowtro A Jiscn sae an
ij. ' "a interesting talk Bun da) morning in
the Parents' clus." and he and Dr. Jo
y ! at ph R Morrell addressed the meeting
r 1 111 the afternoon.
I Thomas BSllery Berrett was opera-
I i on ai the Dec hospital enrly in to
1 in ek for appendicitis and ts reported
1 wM Mrs Minnie Dyson left Friday tor
Eg a visit With relatives and friends t
sC ' i Idaho, and will be absent tor
':";eLW Bishop and Mis. Jatnes Ward will
'JSLLLw leave first of the month for an
' ' TT tended visit with friends In southern
s idaho towns and cities.
Deaths and Funerals
iNDERSON Knn-r.il aervicea for
, 2 Clifford Anderson were held Tuesday
v-fi .it 1 o'clock In 'he Sixth ward meeting
J house with Bishop ii i. Sanderson
B officiating. Members of the American
lcglon acted as pallbearers and also
11 formed a firing siuad which gave the
'l salute at the grave Talis was sound-
k. ; ed ' Rock of Ages" was sung bv Wtll-
lam Pickett, Qerard Kiomp William B
kd Wright and K. Stratford All Through
HPi 'he Night was sung by Josephine
' ; J'vi Shorten, 'Face to Face," was given by
r jfc&J Xlrs' ,ma Peterson, while ' One
Sweetly Solemn Thought," was given
by William S Wright The speakers
were I ii McKay, President Thomas
E, McKay, Fresldi-nt John Halls, Bish
tHtkJtmiC l oscPh Peterson and Bishop San-I
SHKssw derson. Interment, was in the ogden
" i "it i i-rmelerv where Rlriar Riirmwi'
IBLB dedicated the grave
PBRNJBtilUS- I int i .i s,.,i e. r...
WS Cectl H. Fernelius. were held at -'
Kmri o'clock at the I intah meeting house
Kr ! 1 aterday. Bishop Counsellor c Fred
Kendall conducted the services I'he
B JbJ -peak-rs w ' Jarin.- C J A
f V Llndaulst, and Fred Kendall Barah
m Btoddard sang, "Your Sweet Littla
V Rosebud Has Left You." and "Beau-
V tii'ui isic of Somewhere." Joseph
Fegtieliua gave "Beyond the Shadows. "
v J nd I Love Vou Truly." Jennie
JB Tliorstensen sang. Tnanswered Vol 1
fcVrjfJB Interment was in the L'intah cemetery.
M- lUtiLL Funeral services for
f Chirlea Mclirlde. Jr., will be held
t--, I" Friday at J o'clock at the Llndquls;.
nei il chapel. Bishop W. o. Rioge
will officiate. The body may be viewed
'" llu Chapel Friday morning until
Syl , irvlcea Interment will be in the
5e ' 'gden city cemetery.
H ARMOUR PRICE RECORDS
SOUGHT BY GRAND JURY
r) NEW YORK. July 22. Department
mm of Justice agents, acting ivoon orders
T of the fe.leral grand Jury which Ij to
'; invr ,mi?;iie ullegeil profiteering here
LH loday, served subpoenaes upon ten
main lo. i aches and officers of Armour
' & Company asking them to submit all
books and papers that will shed light
on the quantities of goods handled
bj them and the prices paid and
' ! charged
J 11 explained that this action
was Instituted first against the pack-
II ers without any presumption that
la profiteering is being practiced in that
1 quarter, but as a move in the process
Wm ' elimination.
I CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our gratitude
lo all who so kindly manifested their
sympathy and offered their services
In our recent bereavement In , the
death of our son and brother Clifford
also for the consoling words, beautiful
songs and floral offerings
J We wish to thank especially the
members of the American Letrlon for
MR and M US. A. J. ANDERSON
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 58.
j Major Departs Major Ora Bundy,
I construction engineer for the govern
ment at the Ogden arsenal departed
today for San Francisco t he-re he will
take examinations for regular army
service The examinations are being
conducted throughout the United
States for officers of emergency rank.
' igden Examiner, date of April 2,
920 wanted at the office of Stand
ard-Examlner Llberol price.
Births Reported To William E and
Helen Roberts Hufatetler Dean, 1016
i Grant avenue, girl. To Teter Olie and
Nellie Christie Enckaon. 521 Sixteenth
street, girl To John .1 and Ruth I.
Young Finley, Crittendon home, girl.
Fhor.c S02 for messenger
Trains Delayed Trains 3-'. 41 and
.14 were delayed In north r-rn Utah from
two to four hours early this morning
due to I broken axle on train No 31
north bound Ti;e axle was repaired
after four hours of work and traffic
norili and south resumed
Headquarters for berry cases, cups
fruit boxes and baskets. Grout's Oram
Store. 332 1 w e nt y-foil it h street 3 8 1
Winkler Returna ESrnesI Winkler,
in charge of the grazing departmeut j
lit Ihe loe:il fnrect h oj Hnn n rt ka
I returned from Fish Lake, where for
ihe past mrn.h he has been conduct
i lug a series Of , iszlng studies He re-
1 ports that the range conditions arc ez
' lb nt and that conditions generally
about Fish lake art good. Hundreds of
automobile tourists have been visiting
at the resort thl? year, it Is stated
Ogden Typewriter House tor type
writers and repairs, "422 Hudsou Ave.
Scott Here S. B Siott. in charge
of the fish and game department at
the forest service, has returned from
Teton lorest neat Jackson. Wyo ,
where, in compan with biological sur
vey experts, he has been conducting
an extensive .study of summer range
conditions for cittle and elk.
License Granted -A niiriiage licence
was Issued It 1 afternoon 0 he couri
t; clerk's office 1 1 Alfred Dean War
nor of Ogden and Miss Bess J Rey
DOlds of Scranton. Fa.
Complaint Disnucscd Sustaining a
demurrer of the defendant that facts
n the" complain" do nol constitute
Use for action, the i ase of Elizabeth
ECrusl against William H. Krusl for
separate in.itnt e.i.un e was dismissed
rosterday afternoon in ihe dletrict
xiurt by Judge a W A e The de
1 ndnni v.as ordered b the court,
lowever. to pay coats of he suit.
Jap Railroad Chiefs
See Cut-off on Lake
Mlchlo zaWa, assistant traffic man
ager for the Japanese government
railways, with headQuarteiji t Tokio.
arrived In Ogden hist night and loia
confeircd with loeal railroad officials.
He was accompanied by the ehief ei.-
gineer of the Japanese roads and ia
touring the I'nited States inspecting
the various railroads und methods
Through the courtesy of F. W. Eas
ton, roadmaster, the two Jupame
representatives were taken to points
on the cut-off of the Great Salt lake
when? ihe construction work was ex
plained lo the visitors Izawa is en
route to the eaat.
1'PRISON CAR' REACHES
CHEYENNE0N WAY EAST
CHEYENNE, WYO.. July 22 A
l' prison ai" loaded with undesirable
aliens from the Pacific coast en route
I lo New York for deportation passed
thiottgh Cheyenne late yesterday.
wrs attached to the flrat section of
train No. 2U on the Union Pacific
Government officials aboard 1 he
train refused Information as to indeu
tity of ihose aboaid the ai
Among cnose put aboard t he car
liere was Vera Mott. H B. O'Brien
and Pater Debacker, all from Tucson.
Ari?. O'Brien is alleged to have
oruught Miss Moil to this couutty
fO immoral purposes Debacker is
NEGRO ON FAST TRIP
LUS ANGELES?, Calif. July 22.
S n daj aftei tfoas Qlbson at gi a
murdered Roy Tiapp, wealthy Ful
lerton. Calif., ranchei and crlmlnslll
assaulted Mrs. Trapp. he was on his
way today to San Quentin penitentiary
Where he will be hanged September
Gibson confessed Mondav that he
had committed the crimes r,
after he had "been drinking wood
alcohol '' He added that he had been
started on the downward path by be
Ing innocently railroaded to a south
ern penitentiary, where ho had be
come a criminal through association :'
Gibson was sentenced to death toil-
spent his last hours in the
Los Angeles county Jail, where he
had been brought for snfe keeping
With a cigarette in one hand and .,
bible in the other lie said he thought
1)4 would be ready to pnv the detlh
penaltN by tS time set. '
HIGHEST COTTON PRICE
ON RECORDJS REACHED
NEW YORK July 2.. July t0n
tracta on the New York cotton ex
change sold at 43 75c toda. rsbrs
seining the hlgheat price t e'r record
ed for a future market in the hlstor
of future exchanges on an advance of
12f. points over laat ni'Mu'e clone The
next highest was In March contracts
which on March 23rd last sold at
1 .( i s i
Today's advance resulted from cov
ering b traders who have been pre
vented by railroad congestion from
Carrying out their plana to get cotton
here in time for delivery,
LONDON, July 22 Mar silver S2d
along j l -2 per cent
Discount rates unchanged.
f ' igS. H
three extraordinary values in
Hart SchaHner & Marx suits I
s37.5() $47.50 $57.50 I
this group includes styles in this group you'll find these are the finest clothes 1
for men and young men; the some unusually fine clothes; made, the kind of fabrics M
newest models; many dixie fine imported and domestic and tailoring the very high
weaves, tropical worsteds; fabrics ; styles, colorings and priced custom tailor gives
ideal summer clothes; worth sizes for everyone. you. you ought to buy at
at least 1-3 more. least two suits at these fig
the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
WASHINGTON, July 22. Ithaca,
N, Y. 1 7.004 Increase 2.202, or 14. 9
Tulsa. Okla , 72.07ri, increase 63.-
oi 2S6.4 per cent.
Albert L-ea, Minn. 8,056, Increase
j 1,864. or 30. 1 per cenl
WellfVille. V. Y.. o,04t. increase
'664, or 1 5.2 per cent.
I Mlnot. N j . 10.476. increass 4.2S8
or 69 3 per cent
Lackawanna, N X . itiis increase
3.36H, or 23 2 pet cent.
Tonawanda. N. Y., 10,068, Increase
1 778, or 214 per cent
tdenn X V, 20,606, increase 5.763.
or 39 1 per cent
Austin Minn. 10 IIS, Increase 3.
1 r,8. or 4!.4 per cent
Cleburne. Tex. 12 S 2 7 Increase 2,-!
456. or 23.7 per cent
Navasota, Tex.. 5,060, Increase 1,-
776 or 54.1 per cent.
Portsmouth. Va ,, -1,387, Increase
21,197, or 63 9 pei cent.
RCHB1S110PS IJ TTLE
O.N DIVOK E Is I.O.sTi
(By International News Service )
LiiXHUN An attempt hy the heud
of the church of England the arch
bishop of Canterbury, to prevent .'my;
divorced person whose wife or hus-'
band may bs living from being; re-
married In any state church or chapel
has been defeated.
The archbishop Offered an amend
ment to the Buckmaster divorce bill
pending In the house of lords to Kive
effect to such a church di-barment i
But he was defeated by one vote.,
tho opinion being th;ii such a provl-l
slon uould be ihe first act In a con-j
lest between th church and the state,
which Is not desired In addition Hi
was argued that It w ould be unjust i
to Innocent persons who mm become
BOYS TURN JAPANESE.
TOKIO, July 20 Edwin and lames,
the pno sons of Tdwln Dun, former
United .States minister to Japan, llBVi
taken out naturalization pi i.-r as
J.ijanese subjects Then t mar
ried n la p--iiie.HP worn. in II,,. wo
sons "in no to Ohio. Eiwin Dun's na
tive slate, to pursue, their education
and liter rm rn lo Japan foi their
PARIS WILL PURCHASE
ALL STREET RAILWAYS
PARIS, July 21. Paris' slow ami
inadequate snrfaes transportation la
I expected t.. vustly improved be
ginning n .: ear "when the depart
ment of the Seine, which is Paris in I
its suburbs, Is to take over all sys
tems Payment is to be made In :0 an
nual Installments now fixed at near
ly 40.Koo.ooo francs each, but which
the authorities hope may be driven i
little lower by some more bargain
There are 117 Btreej cT "
auto bus lines operating 2.04M cars
and buses The companies a ,m-
lallzed for 42ii.Ii0O.ti0O francs.
The rlty q ml int. department for
merly operated the surface- transpor
tation systems, but the Cranchlses
were p,n to corporations that ha.
evolved a puzzling network of lines.
but few of which give transfers. The
two subway companies are not In
volved in the deal
PI LP MATER Mi ROTTING
(By International News Service.)
TWIN FOUNTAIN. N 11 Thou
sands of fallen trees, suitable for
pulp, arc rotting in tin White Moun
tains while newspapers throughout tin
countrj are being forced to curtail
on account of the shortage of paper.
A Cnlted States forestry , Xpert on
a trip through the mountain woods
near here saw humlreds of Uiree fall
en Hoes that Will ko to waste if some
action Is not taken soon t,i i them
CHECKS GOING STRONG
FOR TRADE UNIONISM
(By International Nes Service.)
LONDON. Czechoslovakia is go
ing in stroncly for Hade unionism
according lo a statement Issued hen
by the Labor Parly. Under the old
regime it is stated thai there were
only 15,000 trade unionists, and to
day there is a lotal of 180.000 Co
Operative societies have Increased
from eight lo flft) -seven, and, In ad
dition, 192 agricultural to opcralh o
societies ba e been formed
CHAIN BRIDGE REPORTED DESTROYED j I
fy - aB
This photo by James Hare, world-famous photographer, shows the
iimiati chain bridge across 1 1 1 - Dneiper ;it Kiev, vvhjeh is reported 1
i tu iave been blown up in the fighting between the ivies and Bol
sheviks for possession oi the oitj The Reds hav now driven the I
3 : ' t K i. nsel (above is Polish lookoul vhiu
x 'H' Ifarc t'ounil mi top of a water ttink. using .1 phone ti the ground
The Poles were well equipped, Below, Colonel Aiexandrovitch, Pol- LL
1 ish battery commander. I
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