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6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920. W
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Ogden Tp w.v..r MOUM '. r 'P'
writers and repair... HudaOD
Goes pflMfi Mil J I'
ilcn has departe d for Chicago Nls
Fulls. Buffalo, Washington and other
H eastern polnu, whero hi- will spend
six weekn visiting with friends mid
relatives before returning to rdon
H Phone S02 for measeMtfer.
Calvin t (iniltiK Vies I 'l Si ld Hi E
H E. Calvin of the I nlon Pacific sys
tern will arrive In Igdan tomorrow
mornlnx on train No. l' en route to
salt Lake, according to Depotmasicr
fl S. H. Tracy.
Clean large r..gs wanted ut The
Standard-Examiner office tAJ
Going to I'nrU Forty-three tour
lats were Ogden Tleltors today n route
from San Francisco to Yellowtaona
National park They visited
B canyon before departing for the
Eushel ha gets and fruit boxes for
sale. Baskets t,2fi per dozen. Grout's
Grain store. C32 Twenty-fourth street.
U. C. Girls Horc Sixteen srlrl siu
dents of the Unlverell I lallfornla
j were Ogdrn "vit-.it-. r tuda -u route
to the coast from I Howl one Katlon
al park. They have sp nt more than
eight weeKs traveling since departing
from their homes. Mis All) i Wallburg
, was In charge of the party.
I T. Gajcwskcy. th. furrier, arrived
from New York City this morning and
can be found at his old location with
fl 8. J. Burl t Bros, fully cqulpp. I to
fl do all lur work. 516 3
Son Born A poy w is born to Apos
tie and Mrs. L. O. McKay laa( Bal ir
Marriage UOBMCf Marriage li
censes were Issued today In "lie county
clerk's office to WallaCS W, Norton
I r.nd Mlis Andrena Callahan.
lavld C. Ward and Mlsa Mario Bar-
kef, of W'liivrd. Raymond 1 ,-w w'ai
lace of Oakland, ('al . and Miss Cor
inne Georgia Searcy, "( Pooatello
Ida ; Lewis B. Benton of Ogdon ind
Mies Dlonrhr How. U of I i
I Ogden Soccer Team
Defeats Salt Lakers
The i 'iln voeeer if.im defeated the
Salt l-n' I lollaivlerx In a gamt ,
yeaterday nfternoon on th Southern
l aclflc thOp groiinde, th score b
4 to 1 Thet Irst twentv mlnut-s o
p'.ay were tvee tiubic-i 'gden
g thsn broke. tiv nd made 'be firet
eeore In the Initial r.i f
2 era braced and made their solitary
tally In the concluding half A fair
M alaed crowd of soccer enthuwuxtn
watched the game.
I Primary Pageant to
- Be Presented Tonight
JJf "The Birth of Mormonlam." a pa-j
"- geant. will be givrn In the Weber
-Normal college auditorium this .-.r
ftlng The pageant haa been re heac i
J under the direction of the in-lmar
soclations of the W'eber atake. the rhll
dren aasumtng th varloua chara-t.-r!.
A general Invitation ts extended to
I EVERYBODY IS FLOCKING
TO THE UTAH THEATRE TO
SEE CONNIE TALMADGE IN
Z. Silkworms In ll produced S.77.
- C t0 pounds of ra nil k
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Annual Sessions Being Held
Today at the Herm
itage j Members of the State Medical as
sociation, composed of phvslcians and
I surgeons from all parts of the state,
are at the Hermitage In Ogden canyon
II id ay, attending the annual conven
tion of tlm association.
Dr. Iiira C. Hlch, president of the
Weber county Medical association Is
pretddln at the meeilmr.
Practically all of the delegates to the
convention arrived In Ogden this)
i morning shortly after io o'clock andd
Wore Immediately conducted to the
A ellhlG vvll be held this afternoon
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RECSPTIO?i i BE G(VEN
Kev and Mr.s. Christian R Qarver
'of the First Methodist church will bal
I the complimented guests this evening
I at a reception to be given In the I
; church All member! and friends aro
Mr and Mrs Ktnii Bcklund of Green I
i River, W'yo., ure visiting at the home1
I Of their parents, Mr. and Mra J II I
Phine on Fowler aveune. Mr and
Mra. Lcklund will remain in ogden for
TO PLAN BAZAAR
Members of section 6 of the First
' Methodist church will meet at the
homo of Mr. Susan Klsenberg Wed
nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock to make
plana for the fall b.traar. A large at-1
1 tendance ia requested. Chairman of
the other section Is also asked to be
-t ; Mt t t.i u
Mrs. Fdi.a ! lanz will entertain the
members of tho ugden Social club!
Friday at fern, -i,. September 10. a.,
her home, ;:5J5 Lincoln avenue.
1 PI B( OPAL ! ILD
The Epleoopal Oulld will meet at
2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
the Guild hull.
LEAVE IR CALIFORITIA
Mr Guy Johnnon and son. Billy. I
and d.iliKli'.ei , H. icn, ll l left f.r i
California to make their home. They'
will t lotned Mi Johnson in the1
aeai ftUUrt Mit..s Harford Johntwui
and her .sisti r. Margaret, left xome
lime ago for the coast Mia Margaret
'Is attending school at Palo Alto and
ll BtU dying music ,u Bui
RETI i:n iiuvii
Mrs. W'. F Brim anil children, who
; have been visiting relatlvt I and friends
, In this city, returned MondgJ to their
home in I'nrk City, They were accom
panied by Mrs Lewis M. Hall and
HI N M R I V It r
Mr and Mrs. W H Harris enter
tained at a dinner party last Friday
evening at their home on Washing
ton a Vi Due. A color scheme of orange
and canary was uaed. with nasturtiums
and marigolds forming the flower
decorations. The centerpiece of the
table waa also artistically arranged of
flowers and canary crepe paper Those
pr. ..-m were Mr and Mrs James H.
Ievine. Mr and Mra. John Browning.
Mr and Mm. J c Lynch. Mr. and
Mrs. I'atrlck Healy Jr.. Captain and
Mrs. Kntx. Dr and Mr- e. K lumk. .
Mr. and Mr- H M Bower. Mr and
Mrs s m. Scott Jr. Mra Robert H.
Anderson of Chicago und O. B. Gilson.
INKSTI1KI l i
The social tea arranged for Wednes
day. September 8. by the members of
Queen Esther chapter Order of the
Eastern Star has been postponed until
Vreeneeday, nsptasnbee is There win
be a meeting of the hostesses on Fri
day afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Ma
WoM n , uo, ,,, K, A,
Mrs Ed Hitter, president of the
Woman's Farm bur.au, Mrs y F
Hitter and Mrs H 11 Child will enter
tain the member of th Woman's
Farm bureau of Rlverdal Thursday
afterncn at 2 30 o clock t the home
of Mrs. F. W. Hitter. Mra. J. T. By.
TO SI IN U. S.
Ogden Attorney Obtains Can
cellation of Deportation
Proving to the satisfaction of Wash
ington officials that Gilbert Kaslus,
i.llegcd to have assaulted an ogden
girl by striking her on the head with
a huge rock while she was sleeping.
Ill a victim of circumstances. Assistant
City Attorney Samuel Powell has se
i cured a cancellation of the outstanding
iv. arrant, under which Kaslus would
I be deported from this country.
Attorney Powell stated that Ka.slus'
'father. prior to bis death, waa a
I wealthy man In Holland. A brother
Of the deceased, said to be an Ogden
i i .Mldent. is reported to have been ex
ei utor of the estate, the majority of
v.hlch he obtained under the will of
Ilia brother. Kasiun, until 18 years
old, worked at his uncle's store for
$1 .50 per week until he finally started
oul for himself at various laboring
He was tried, but the jury' disagreed
'and returned no verdict. A second
iiiil was ordered, but In the mean
time. Kaslus was ordered deported
Although circumstances pointed to the
trullt of the innn. a similar crime, com
mitted while Kaslus was in custody of
Officer) opened a doubt os to whether
K.-sIum had perpetrated the first crime.
Floyd Pace Rescued From
Drowning in Sanitarium
Floyd Pace, fourteen years old. was
saved from drowning yesterday after
noon when three of his companions
pulled him from the pool at the Ogden
canyon sanitarium and applied firal
Floyd Pace, with his thr-e compan
ions, Were playing n.'ir the pool, when
b- slipped und stru. i, his head, falling
headlong Into the pool His condition
was noticed by Cannon Anderson, who
Immediately swam out to the boy and
I'rasplng him, towed him to shore with
the help of his companions Together
the three set to work ami applied first
aid. and after thirty minutes work the
boy was breathing naturally again
Tho boys In the party were Henry
King. I lovd Kawson, Carmon Ander
son and Floyd Pace. All tho boys are
members of tho Boy Scouts.
Japanese Case Taken
Up by Federal Agent
D. A Plumloy Immigration Inspec
tor, was In ( 'gden todav In connection
with the esse of S. Katavama, Japan
ese alleged to have gained false entry
to the United States.
Katayama Is alleged to have desert
ed a ship at Virginia and entering the
1'nlted States without a passport.
Inspector Plumlev stated this morn
ing that Katayama's cash bond,
amounting to $1000 would be substi
tuted by a paper bond.
It Is understood that steps are being
inken so that Katayama can go
through the necessary procedure to
procure papers necessary for his en
trance In fhiy countrv
Fails to Appear in
Court; Arrest Ordered
Thomas Wilson, chnrgeri with deser
tion of his wife and two minor chil
dren, foiled to appear In the district
court todnv when his name was called.!
He was to have been arraigned. Judge
A E. Pratt ordered that Q bench war
rant be issued for Wilson's arrest. He
hod been at liberty under bond.
Ross Bound Over
To District Court
Charged With disabling a signalling
device battery of a block signal of the
Southern Pacific company at Little
Mountain. Jack Boss appeared before
Judge I B. Roberts In the city court
Ross was garbed In the khaki uni
form of a C S. Infantryman and
wearing the throe stripes of a ser
geant, stated he wanted a preliminary
bearing, afier Judffe D. R Roberts
had exp:.meil the rfoceedure to him.
II ll Cordon, special agent for the
Southern Pacific company, swore to
the complaint Issued against Boss.
The defendant was bound over to
the district court, ball having been
fixed in the sum of $1,000.
William C. Hunter, former county
j commissioner, announced today he
! would be a candidate at the Bepubil
i can county eenventlon for the nomtna.
' tlon for commlasloner.
P. A. Dlx of Roy, is a candidate for
the nomination of state senator at the
George- Washington was one of
the richest men in America when
'he became president.
More than 60 specimens of the
birds In the United States have been
found In Ireland.
i I 1 1 1 K 1 I I W t I I
j Members of the Ogden Federated
V. C T. C. will meet September at
I the home of Mra I. F Hlcharda. 471
Twenty-second street. There will be
j election of offn era and Important
Puelneas. All mem here are requested
to be present.
bee of the Home Nursing project will
1 have charge of the program.
1 1 i oak aodoBti
Mra Carrie Child will entertain the
members of the Live tk society Wed
nesdav afternoon at her home In Og
den canvon Members will meet at
the Bamberger depot promptly at 1:41
DEMOS HELD QN "
s FELONY CHARGE
Former Storekeeper to Be
Given Preliminary Hear
ing Sept. 11
Basil Demos, returned to Ogden
through extradition papers from East
i St. Louis, appeared before Judge L.
1 Ut Robert! of th city court this morn
jlng on a felony charge of having ob
tained money under false pretenses.
Demos departed from Ogden nearly
I year ago, following a chain of ar-
rests for misdemeanors. Prior to his
(departure he sold a store, situated at
Twenty-fourth street and Jefferson
avenue together with the stock, for
J 1 S00, representing; that the stock was
not incumbered by debt. It Is alleged.
The stock was seized bv the sheriff
1 following complaints of several credi
tors that Demos owed them money.
County Attorney Joseph B. Bates,
recently through Information from St.
Louis officials, discovered that Demos
had been arrested on a minor charge
In that city. He immediately drew ex
tradition pipers and the man was re
turned here yesterday by Deputy
Sheriff Dick Wooton.
Attorney John Davis entered his ap
pearance In behalf of the defendant In
ithe city court this morning and Mked
for a preliminary hearing at the earli
est poaelble dale. Judge d. b. Roberta
set the preliminary hearing for Sat
urday morning, September 11.
Ball was fixed at $2,000 by Judge
Roberts, following recommendations
I of Attorney Bates that ball be fixed
In excess of the amount which Demos
I la alleged to have made away with.
MAY COME HERE
Intermountain Recruiting Sta
tion May Be Transferred
From Salt Lake
Thnt the main station of the navy
recruiting service in the Intermountain
state? may be brought from Salt Lake
and permanently located In Ogden was
the statement todav of Commander R.
R Mann, director of recruiting In this
district, who was In Ogden today look
ing for suitable quarters, if the change
if. made, twenty men and their famil
ies will make their home here. In ad-
idltlon this moe will more than prob
ably be followed by the main offices
of the army and marine corps
Ogden'l superior railroad advan
tages and the large number of tourists
and workers that come through this
city are held to afford opportunities
of securing the kind of men the nav
wants in a manner far better than
the capital. In fact. Commander Mann
s:iid Salt Lake with Its large forco sent
only 14 more men last year than Og-1
ilen The Inefficiency of sending re
cruits through Ogden to Salt Lake and
then back again on their way to the
Pacific coast or the east Is also rocog
nized. The intermountain district Includes
th( states of Utah, Montana, Idaho.
Wyoming, and Nevada, with substa
tions at Miles City. Livingston, Billings
Butte. Missoula. Groat Falls, Glas
gow, Helena, Pocatello. Boise, Twin
Falls. Ogden and Sheridan. Wyo.
Thousands of posters and all advertis
ing matter at present directs prospec
tive recruits to Salt Lake.
Deaths and Funerals
MURDOCH liorence Vivian Mur
doch, infant daughter of Charles and
Beatrice Gunnison Murdoek died at I
o'clock last evening at the homo In
Farr West The baby was born Sep
tember 2 Services will be held this
afternoon and burial will be In th"
Ogden City cemetery.
Taskar L. Oddie After Seat in
Senate to Succeed
REN'n, Nev , Sept. 7. Nevada1
voters today balloted upon party nom-'
Inees for senator and for representa-
tlve In congress, choosing from among
a field of five candidates In each In
stance. The seats to be filled are those of
Senator Charles B. Henderson of Elko!
and Representative Charles R. Evans,
I Of ioldfleld. Ib.th are Democrat
i eflea Anne Martin, nationally known i
as a suffrage worker, is contesting for)
hte senatorial nomination on an In-
dependent ticket. The other candl
j dates for the plaice are Tasker L. Od
die. formerly governor of Nevada; Rev.
Brewster Adams, pastor of a church)
here, and Grant Miller.
For representative, Walter C. Pratt'
and Richard Stoddard, the latter pro
hibition director for the state, are con-
testing with Evans for the Democratic!
nomination, and William T. McNeill!
of Reno and Samuel Arentz of Love
i lock are seeking It on the Republican'
EX-PREMIER OF QUEBEC
DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS
MONTBEVL. Sept 7. S. N. Parent,
former premier of Quebec, died here
today after a long Illness.
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(By International News Ssrvicei
DENVER. Mandates of Denver's!
I "rubbish court" must be obeyed, ac-1
cording to A. K Medarls. chief In the
I Municipal Inspection Department.
Medarls appeared in police court )
against Charles Kangarl. who a
fined for not cleaning certain prem
ises as ordered by the "rubbish court."
The "rubbish court" was established!
In an effort to maintain cleanliness
In alles and around back doors Per '
'sons guilty of neglect In thla regard!
are warned upon the first offense by I
, officers'" of the 'rubbish court ' and
baled before police court if the neg
1KB nn- i.i nnv
(By Intematienel News Oervice)
KKWARX chert Keller, of this),
City, found a porketbook containing!
12 500 When he rvturned the money j
to the owner the latter thanked him.
Girl ofl 5 Is Rifle
r m - ' 1
V, .. J
CAMP PERRY, Ohio How's this I
for youthful ncrurao ?
Marjorie K. Kinder, la year-old high I
school girl of Bridgeport, hit a target
484 times out ol 500. winning the I
(itle in the American Home Ranger
Record Match, and In the Camp Perry !
shoot she was with the topnotchers
all the way. She s the youngest per
Oil who ever held the national In- I
In tho 50-yard pron match she j
scored 91 out of 100. while In the
100 yard range she rang up 96 out
of 100 Phots.
IN OYSTER 'SETS'
Problems of Propagation of
'Seed' Are Solved by
N. Y. Scientist
W R0T SA VV1LLE. N. Y . Sept. 6.
Propagation of young oysters all ready
to "set out" guaranteed to multiply
with proper care Into a flourishing
brood, may result from experiments
Just concluded by W. F. Wells, of the
New York conservation commission,
who today reported on his extensive
study of oyster breeding.
Mr Wells, at his laboratory on tho I
shore of the Great South Bay. has suc
ceeded In keeping alive millions of
young oysters frm the larva to the
"sot" stage. In his report he said
that hjti to rlei modeled aftt r his plant
can be hullt wherein the oystera may
be Incubated until time to lel them
out In deep waters.
Hi method for dcvloplng oyster
"sets" from oyster sed. or spawn,
removes one of the chief obstacles in
the commercial propagation of oysters,
Mr Wells said.
"The seeds are bo email,' he ex
plained, ' tmm the time rh v iri laid
Royal Pa and Ma
LUCERNE. Switzerland -- The
queen of Rumania and ex King on
tantlne of Greece are reported to be
arranging the marriage of Queen
Marie's daughter Prince? Elizabeth,
and Constantlne's eldest son. Oeorge.
who followed his father Into exile
King Alexander of Greece married a
Frenck girl be lored deaplte ' royal"
protests. George seems to be an
obedient son t onstantlnc denies it
Is "all fixed" but adds that "events
Another Wednesday! J
Tomorrow will be another banner day for our stores. Hun
dreds of our customers and hundreds of our competitors' cua
M tomers now do their heavy food buying at our stores on Wed
I nesday instead of Saturday a9 formerly.
I This haa been of much help to us in making even lower prices.
I Wednesday is unusual bargain day at all SkaggV cash stores
of Idaho, Utah and Wyoming
It will pay you to watch Tuesday ads, or if you fail to see
this ad, visit one of our store.? on Wednesday.
12 Unusual Wednesday I
I Bargains I
Skaggs' Fresh Churned Creamery fl
Butter, nothing better, lb 60c
10-Ib. Pail Pure Lard $2.25 M
5-lb. Pail Pure Lard . $1.25
Tall cans Plantation Skimmed Milk,
a good economizer, each 10c
I 10c Bars Palmolive Soap, 3 for. . . .25c
1 dozen bars 90c
Polar White Soap, made by Palm
olive Soap Co., 10 bars 59c
Lenox Soap, 10 bars 39c
j Hand Picked Navy Beans, 10 lb .... 79c
3 95c--9-lb. Sack Sunripe Oats 75c
35c New Crop Walnuts, lb 20c
I 75c Malt Syrup 55c j
j $1.25 Medium Weight Brooms 69c
Our Regular Prices
FLOUR PICKLES OLIVES
i sack Cache Valle) old 15c ripe olives 25c
wheat flour $2.85 80c rpc oliTaa 48c
100 pounds $5.60 uavt ,ars fi,n"v Qu
500 pound U $5.50 Rn? ' , j , , V ff V 79c L
r :"'' jar I stufie.l
!-in. sack "Hi meal . . OJc olivet 50c
!'-lb. sack perniade .... 75c Large jars sweet piekli s . 50c
45e package oats .... 39c Large .jars vmr pickle . . . 45c
SHORTENING COOKING BAKING POWDER
OILS Mb ran Calumet .... 28c
90c can salad oil 75c K ( ' btiing powder 23o
j i- Pari Shilling's .... 35c
$1.75 can imported olive ,., ,, own- ,
r 1 l( 1 - .-In can Shilling s $1 10
" $1J?6 Arm A Hammer brand soda,
Quart can Hazola ... 70c g for
(,iiart can Wesson oil . . . 79c
3-lb can Criaoo . . 95o BECCO
fl c Criaco $1.86 eour Baoao whib it Iwti
Wb.oanCnaco $2.76 w (r rf
FRUIT JARS- Wa 1'"in now and save
1 quart Ma.son jars ... 95c . Becco 35c
2 quart Maaon jars . . $1.19 (1I.LT, BaCC0 ( 85
Extra heavy jar rubbers, 2 small Becco . 25c
i doien 25c 12 small Bec o $1.36
Economy jar tops, dozen . 30c WANTED
Maaon jar topa, doses . . . 29c
WASHING POWDERS ClS,hier and Off,C0 Qirl f
ue haw two positions npen W I
1 iircc paolcage Soapads 35c for good wide awake girls Of
8atT apth i 36c fie.- position r.' pur.-s one who
Largi packi p;i Saafoam . . 35c has sad somi parianec trtli
j packagea Lux 25c adding machine aahJer must
Small Oold Dual 5c experienced in making R i
2 cana lye 25c shange Call al store Twentj
25c E Z washing tablets . 20c fourth nn! Grant. I H
Wanted 1 1
Several good live men who are not afraid of work, and who
desire to improve their condition To men who can qualitfy we
offer an exceptional opportunity No cigarette smokers apply II
by the oystT until thoy are matur
enough to etlach themselves to sur
fce In st9. that experiment. n4--
had th greatest difficulty In devising
a practicable commerritl method ol
keeping the tiny shellfish supplied
with a fresh supply of Ml! water ana
food without washing them all down
'hTi the oysters reach ths st
stag, they can safely be put In thv
I beds to fend for themselva After that
time the oyster grows vary rapidly fori
a period of some weeka and gains fun
maturity within three- r four yera."
One of the rhlrf obstacle, that of
handling the larvae, or tiny agga. while
changing their water, the report says,
waa overcome by the uae of a centrlf u-
I gai machln. which concentrate the
I eggs In a small receptacle The match
supply of salt water and air to prco-1
lata so gradually that the development
cr'oiDlLmon lLr ft
croacopl- examination Is neceaaary In!
following the iraJual development of
tr- to th t" at age
V' VVeila decUred It la a we.
Known fact that In the last ten yaaraj
the production of e lege haa beaal
very m-jch reduced . waa to deter-
mm- th exact rauie of thla reduc- BBBaaaal
tlon. he aald. that hi etudlea wen un-
lertakan It has teen uggeatel h( Laaaaaaal
, aald. that pollution of th Watr he aaaaaaaai
I injured many of the most produr-tHe iH
bede In Connecticut and In the MclnltK Laaaaaaal
of New aaaaaaj
aTlatri IN I- . Ill UP
i i PHortxn Mot (k
Bf international Ne, Otrvici
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn Magnu ,irV
Jenaen .tepped Into a whiskey Bn LH
? lh J basement of a home. h.r laaaV1
ha farej amputation of a
age. lollre aay he hal Mt the trac. frMftt
protect It from thieve, a worn r3f-
aw Jenaer, crawling along the street JO
mad. k cc,d" Tha lrp wu jFl 4
2 M-eff aher Wit
err.p.y and connertJng It with a wlr IHCbI"
trip connected with th trigg.r U
LONDO.sHe WM K fcut , TM
o Ma name J.me Tlrown For KJ
Liverpool MHr.h.Q, ft RC iaaaBl
lam. his win dlscloaa., fl