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SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 14. 1920. THE OGUK.N a I ANUAKU-tA AM1NLK .... .W
For Subcr'ption and Advertising
Department. Ca'l Phore No it
t 1 RANDOM
H To Take Vooallon "Cun ' Allison
H under nhrritt fjr .ir . ountr, will
M Iravo tomorrow on a vacation trip to
B Starr Yallr. Wyo. Although thr
1 Wyoming vlall 1 chiefly to obtain ret
M and quiet. Mr. Alllaon said yaaterday
H that ho might flah some." He wilt
to gono about ten days.
B Oguen Tpcwr..-r UOOai TDt lypt
H writer and repair. Hudson Ai-
H fVjrfrltA Ball Kn Hunaaker.
fl chanted with operating hla automo-
H ball by falling to apptar before the
H city court thla morning.
HLm Install your furanc now. 8ee th
HH Original Plpcless Calont first. 234 4
Washington. Utah Dumbing Ac Heat-)
'I I k s-i fur Trial
Km cony. ent rod plea of not guilty be-
H for the city court this ntornlng. The i
man were arrested on a charge of
H Hteallnx Milk shirts from the Waiaon-
H Tanmr company Judge 1. It. Koh-
H oris fixed ball at ISO In each case.
HB. N T i .
ni the stor depart.. I -i.rday for New
HEi York, it was Impossible to hold trial
"JH a for the defendants within the- next
Ph4MM ICJ foi Bieafrvngar
,-.tV i i ram (data
fLr 1 Ing agent for the fcoutnem i'aciiic
jHHJ lines, returned to igden last night
Rfi from a business trip to points In,
mtm Id ii. departed i foi
Hj I-ake where he will confer with rall-j
Kj road officials on business.
jWri TmirW Trnln Tin- ntntta official
EflB Chicago North waatarn -Unfon Pacific
, I .
hours in I hl i
city The party Is composed of more
' Returns to Ogden D
' Mf -;ien
W 1 '
B ites aru vacationing at the popular
Pccry to Speak Joseph S. Peery
will .i 1 1 r .f the
Thirteenth w ml at lD:0 o'clock toil
H $40,000 JEWEL
JOB, IS BELIEF
jfl ASBTJRt I'AF.K. N. J.. Aug. 14.
Jeufl valued at nearly $40,000
B9 In the residence of Samuel Metz-
B M corporation, while the family was
41 out, II became known todaj Th
H safe was opened, polleo say, by
J some one who understood the
f JOHN M'GRAW
SAYS MIND IS
j BLANK ON CASE
NEW YORK. Aug. 14. John
McCraw. munager of the New
York Giants, today told the dis
trict attorney office his mind
was ' blank" us to how John C
Slav In, musical comedy actor, re-
ftlved ii fractured skull while In
his company early last Sunday
She was not a bad woman
she was merely a very lone
ly one. and while her husband
served humanity, forgetful of
her. other men won her atten
1 tion and love. Sec "The Law
J , if the Yukon" at the Alham
B bra tomorrow.
Sta Appear At Your
N. ( . -I H vou receive a tudJen
... V'.l cillcr or an uncipedcJ in-
vi ill in m j cjn Icel con
(fl --ft 1 1 dent of alwavs pr-ainu
j j' -1 a' oul best. In but a few
I'll Yil moments It rcnJcrs to ycur
V Wv -11 J l,M"'cr'u")' pure
-AT " -I comcleslon that Is
- fiV l"vonJ cnrr.parUon.
r "til ' fJHH
XfifJisyr yu arc "'dc cwalce as
rV 4a an owr at nigh and
4an't "keep your eyes open" In ths day
Et time vou certain'.? need
I Sell poison- yfjTi-. Beech am s
I iny by im- y?''" c P i 1 1 r- cor-
pcrfectly vCfSl'j rect it
eliminated lysrtwl Wrf -.1
ood - poi- wffiEJiHfJM AlT ''
on; is a WiW
Vfrv com- CSHiajy .rrrr-Ur.
nnaJment. I0c. 25c
No Mould! No Spoilage!
CHICHESTER S FILLS
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tVkJQfX 1'IIU in Kd lei Ueld nml :
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t i SeVi,?? TtLe b. uirr. Ila uf ,our V
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I DUjiOIID IINANU KILLS, for IS
-rS' DRIOGISTS EVlR, MHEkf I
Bradstreefs Today Says Trade
is Sti.l Irregular With
Ni:W V iRK, A us. 14 -Hrudstreet
Trade is still htafhl urpular with
rtr)lnf; degrees of Irregularity 'r the
I reverse thereof revealed. a dlffer-
nt lines are eonsldered. On balance
' ther is little more to t said on the
i i.rrful side and although uneertaln
tj rule in many lines, there arc evl-
l ilences some readjustments have been
fairly completed, while others are
only beginning. Generally spcakins
the apparel trades, so-called, are at
the pole of depression, while the
metal trades are nt the opposite pole
Of activity end strength of prices.
Cm th favorable side are to be
noted good rop n-ports, a turn for
the better In trade distribution by Job
ber In the southwest, where excel
lent crops hav- lr.g gathered or are
in prospeet. and a ollght broadening
of demand for raw wool.
The ratcraa of things favorable Is
found in the maintenance of h!xh
money rates on time, due to lr.rren.ve
crop moving neccs-nitles. the reduction
of dealings In stocks, due to unsettled
European political londltiori an! I n
exchange rutes with a slight shading
of strenKth in industrials, many of
Vrhtcta reveal new low levels.
Weekly bank clearings. $7,611.-207.000.
Unionist Anti-partition League
Declares in Favor of Self
LONDON, Aug. I I. That the L ister
t i.ionlsts of all classes were never
more united than now ami that their
i i.i.f idence In Sir Edward Carson as
loader of the IrUlb Unionist party was
ROVar greater is the substance of ill
(atenient made today by R. Dawson I
Pa tag, societal. v of the Lister Unionist
council. The statement w is mude In I
reference to yesterdny's reports from
Dublin of a "significant split" In the
ranks of Sir Edward Carson's follow
ers Mv M.I.I -. ERNMJENT.
DUBLIN. Aug. 14 The Irish Union
I IM auti-piirtidan league fou.idcd lust
iar, declared for aelf-go"einmcnt lr.
Ilieland at a meeting here today which
was attended by representatives of
commercial and professional men and
A resolution was unanimously
adopted which said the go ernment a
Irlfch I'M I now before Djrlianient w as
r.ot acceptable to ttaeIrlata people and
Chat It should be amended to give full
control to the Irish people over all lo
cal uffairs. Including taxation.
The resolution urged the govern
i t to act Immediately "as every
passing month makas settlement more
I ULURE is RECOGNISED
LONDON. Aug. 14 Reports of yes
terdoy'l meeting at Dublin of the
lilsh Unionist antl-partlaan league are
furnished to the London Times by In
Citientlal unlonleta who were 'concern
ed with the meeting, among ihem 1-ord
' .stlemnlne. Lord Ruthdonnell, Geu-1
loial CrosbM a:id sir Charlca Barrlnf-I
A resolution passed by the meeting,!
the reports show, places on lOCOrd the
league's actions, taker .n view of the
strong represental ionj which hud
reached those responsible for the reso
lution from Unionists throughout Ire
land. "While still believing legislative
union to be the best form of govern
ment In Ireland."" the resolution says,
'It Is realized that the Rritish gov
ernment has fulled to secure observ
ance of law and has lost the confi
dence of nil claascs."
"We, therefore," adds the resolu
tion, "feel that our duty to the coun
try and empire forces us to acquiesce
l.i the only solution of the existing
I trouble! which appears to offer u
.prospect of lusting peace."
I The Dublin correspondent of the
Times says: "o unionist action In
I recent years Is regarded as Important
as that taken today "
Neighbors' evening! City
Hall square. Saturday even
ing, Aug. 14, at 7:30 sharp.
WHITE LOOKS FOR
Democratic Chairman Says He
Has Hunch Commoner Will
Come Out for Cox
NEW YORK, Aug. 14 George
White, chairman of the Democratic
national committee, today formalh an
nounced that he believed William J. n
nines Bryan would wholeheartedly
support Governor Cox and the Demo
crailc ticket during the coining cam
"My reason for saying this is not
I founded on any logical reasoning but
I because I have received a hunch that
' may expect hi- co-operation." taid
Scretary of War Baker announced
to the Democratic campaign managers
that he could be counted upon to take
the flump for Cox and Roosevelt. He
lis bringing schedules for a number
of speeches In October, it was an
IN GOVERNOR RACE
SALT LAKE. Aug. 14. Sylvester Q.
Cannon, city engineer of Salt !-!...
is formally entered as a candidate for
the nomination of governor at the Re
publican state convention. Supporters
of his candidacy are to hold a meet
ing in Salt Lake tonight.
RATHER PARTTI I LAR,
iBt International iw- Service.)
LA WHENCE, Kan., Aug. 13.
"Rooms to let. No smokers, movie
mongers, beer guzzlers or theatre go-
rs tolerated Corner rooms, flu '
This sign puzzled Ottawa's tenant
population ct a well-known rooming
There were, few rooms to be had.
TIE PI PRICE, 1
So Asks Aged Prisoner Who
Insists on Paying Penalty
for Killing Man
j i K IRBKRRY.
..iff t ..m-IHUnlenl.
ACSTIN". Tex.. Aug- 14. "I have;
paid the price you can pardon nae;
""Three mlnutej. fter Ihe brief mes-
mc- r. , r,..,i (,, pernor W I. Hobby a
!desk a pardon, releasing "Uncle BUlf
Edwards 7 0 from the state peniten-,
'tlary had been signed.
Ten car ago ' Cncle Billy' kilted
Ho derr.andad he be sentenced to
prison for life After the verdict was
'pawed, the Judge. Jury nd relatives
Of the victim and state officers sought,
; his pardon. , ,. I
"Not until I have paid for my sin.
was Tncle Billy's" answer.
HI I I SED SIX P UlDf ?fS
In vain did Governor Colquitt write
I three pardons for th aged prisoner.
Not 't ' h would say, when told,
that he was free.
Governor Hohhv's second official ac
was to pardon Edwards. Again it as
r. fn -. Tw e mon during HobbjrJ
term of office did the old man reject
I off era of liberty.
"I'll write you when I hnve paid tiic
price, he said.
So. finally I'ncle Billy" wrote.
But When word flashed hack that
he was free, he shook his head.
iii birthh i'" w 1
"I didn't expect the governor to act!
so quickly." he said. ' I want the par
don for my birthday Aug. 22.'
To comply with the uged man's,
wish Hobby changed the pardon date,
And so. on his seventy -first birth-;
day 1'ncle BHh" will walk through,
I the prison gates to freedom and,
For while confined in the peniten
tiary three great pools of oil have
been discover en on his 320-acre farm
I oyaltlea already deposited to his!
account In banks total $480,000. The j
I land Itself Is worth a fortune.
(U n T HELP OTHERS
"When I'm free I'm going to UM
every cent of that money regenerat
ing men," the aged prisoner told the
governor during a recent visit to the
"The first thing I do will be to em
ploy the best lawyers In Texas to free
my two cell mates." fTvvo aged convict-,
both or whom have spent H
y ears In prison, i
"They have paid: and they want to
get out. I'll spend the whole dad
blamed fortune to see they get what I
thev want," he said-
V IM ICE TO START ANEW
"If there's anything left over" and
there will h? for the Board of Pardons
Is known to be planning favorable ac
tion on the two old convicts' petitions
I'm going to build a farm where
men who have sinned and have paid
can Start life anew." Edwards said.
"I've learned life inside these stone
walls. I've learned to love my fellow
man There are good men in prison
who need a helping hand Just so
b.nr, as 'I'nele Billy's coin" holds out
they're Koing to get it.
41 wouldn't trade my 10 years here
for the other 60 of my life. I'm a
member of the Brotherhood of Man
now I wasn't before."
! w HI TH XT's WAITING
Uncle Billy V friends In Callahan
co are planning a "welcome home"
for the aged man.
It'll le the bleeest celebration this
ne. k o' th' woods has ever seen," says
Fred Chlsholm. who has been made
"Chairman of the Reception Commit-1
JAPAN SEEKING !
Foreign Situation Growing
More Involved From Tokio
HONOLULU. T. EL, Aug. 14 Japan I
is expected soon to call national mass
I meetings of Its citizens to obtain their
views on foreign affairs, because of I
the Increasing gravity of the situation,
says a Toklo cablegram to the Nlppa
jjlji. Japanese vernacular newspaper1
The dispatch, giving press opinion
on Chinese political changes, declares
the new Chinese cabinet is "decidedly
pro American and anti Japanese la;
sentiment" and declares some Jppan-
lese expect a social revolution in Chi-;
ROME, Aug. 13. An agree
ment has been reached between
the Prague. LJelgrade stk! Buch
arest government, tailed the "lit
tle entente" for the self-protection
of Czocho-Slovakla. Siberia
and Rumania against Russia or
enemies In the Balkans, according
to the Glornalc d'ltalla today.
CHINESE SYNDICATE WILL
ERECT HOTEL IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO. Aug. 14 A twenty
story hotel by a syndicate of Chinese
will be erected soon In the center of
Chicago's "loopr" It became known last;
nihlii through the leasing of land fori
, the building. A lease for 149 years
! was taken on a small plot, at a total'
rental of nearly $S. 000, 000. next to,
land already owned by the backers of,
the project. '
FOUND NOT GITLTY.
NEW YORK. Aug. 14 August
Claessens, one of the five Socialist
members expelled by the New York
assembly last spring, was arraigned to
day charged with violation of a city
ordinance In distributing Socialist pro- '.
p.ig.-mdi at a street rally last night.;
Ho was acquitted.
The Holley Milling Co. pays
highest prices for wheat and
give best flour on grist, see us;
before you trade. 1430 Wash
ington Ave., Ogden or River
I PLAN TO VISIT I
I- TOMORROW I
MORE THAN 150 LOTS ALREADY SOLD I 1 1
I PRICES I TERMS I 1 M
I NONE HIGHER B IN ADVANCE ON EACH LOT I l j I
10' DISCOUNT FOR ALL CASH; NO INTEREST UNTIL 1921; NO NOTES; NO MORTGAGES; I
NO PAYMENT WHEN SICK AND OUT OF EMPLOYMENT
REMEMBER j j
I This Sale Is For TEN DAYS ONLY. I .
I If You Want A Fine Building Lot I I
I That Will Be Sure To Increase In I 4
I Value Rapidly, You Will Have To I I
I COME EARLY. I I
I Buy your lot where Ogden's representative citizens are buying and going
to build their future homes.
Denver Place Addition is on the high ground in the east part of Ogden
overlooking the entire city. A most desirable spot for your home.
J DON'T WAIT, COME I I
Li WHILE YOU ARE THINKING THIS OVER MANY ARE OUT ON I I
DENVER PLACE MAKING THEIR CHOICE SELECTIONS. I
j AUTO SERVICE I
H I to Denver Place all day every day. Salesmen on the addition every day
j And ALL DAY SUNDAY I I
CITY OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY
h- NATIONAL REALTY COiGrS
(OF INDIANAPOLIS, IND.)
2452 WASHINGTON AVE OGDEN, UTAH
A. J. QUIGLEY, General Manager C H. GOODPASTURE, Superintendent