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6 THE OGDEN S 1 ANDAKD-EXAMlINfcK THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1920.
I OGDEN CROWDS
Democrat Standard - bearer
Outlines Campaign Policies
i at Alhambra Theatre
Befor a non-partisan audience of
rrtorc than 2000 persons who crowdetl
the Alhambra theatre where standing
room was at a premium. Governor
James If. Cox of oliio, Democratic
candidate for president of the United
States, vlgoroush defended the league
of nations in Ofden yesterday after-
Governor Cox's voice wj hoaraa
from the strain of his many eampalgn
talks throughout the west, but ho
weathered his Ogden address well and
was given a thunderous demonstration
,t hi finished.
The Democratic standard bearer
continued his hammering of campaign
Issues that have featured his speeches
throughout the west and mad' the
league of nations and th misdeeds of
The "senatorial oligarchy ' his prim Ip il
subjects During his hour's talk here
h made no mention of the campaign
fund of the Republicans and made no
new attacks upon the opposing politi
The Cox special arrived In Ogden at
3 30 o clock, more tlmn one hour late.
At 2 30 o'clock, the scheduled time of
his arrival In "gdn, he was Still
talking to a large Peach Da) ' audi
ence in Brigham City,
A huge crowd, headed by the South
ern Pacific band, gathered at the
fnlon depot shor'lv after 2 o clock
and awaited the arrhal of the special
Governor Simon Bamberger. Mayor
Frank Francis and large reception
committee were present to greet Gov
ernor Cox and his party when the
One of the features of Governor
Cox's Ogden visit was the manner In
which city officials, prominent busi
ness men and well known members
of opposing political pnrtles formed
together in a n on 'partisan body to
greet the campaigner. They ,-,ive him
a warm reception both at the depot
and at the theatre.
Immediately upon the arrival a pa
rade was formed at the depot and
I Governor Cox was taken to the Al
hambra theatre Mayor Frank Fran
els gave a brief address of welcome
and Introduced E. S Hinckley, who
outlined the accomplishments of th
Democratic administration The the
xtr was in an uproar when Mr
Hinckley at last Introduced Governor
Cox as the next president of the
Governor Cox began his talk by I
I paying high tribute to ih west and
I said that during his western tour of;
th past ten days and had been attend
ing a great university which had ,
taught him many valuable things
He declared that the United States
is faced with one of the most critical
and important periods in history, and
the people must meet it as a construc
tive people. "The vital and outstand
ing questions should not be treated as
political issues at all.' ho said. W
should forget party because we r.
confronted with questions which wo
must meet as the soldiers met the task
before thorn, not as partisans, but as '
Governor Cox spent a few minutes
In outlining the misdeeds of the son
atorlal oligarchy" and calling atten-;
tlon to the system used by the oppos
ing party in nominating Senator Hard -lng.
"After March 4." he declared. "I
do not want a first or second mortgage '
on the presidency, but I will go to that
chair a free man without any bind- j
LEAGUE OF NATIONS.
The candidate then plunged Into the
league of nations subject and asked
his audience how we could afford
future wars. He said thut shortly be
fore his campaign tour he had studied!
the European situation and found that1
conditions there were almost Unix lit
"In Germany1 he stated, there are
11,000.000 underfed children. In Vi
enna the rich and poor people alike
are running the streets barefooted.
Petrograd, with a population of 2.000.
000 people In 1914. has fallen to 100 -000,
when thousands died of starva
tion. He said that men, in order to
win political vlctor, would let this
"Many of these people have been;
our enemies, but no matter who theyj
are, my heart goes out to them if!
they are starving to death," Governor
'The senatorial oligarchy." he con
tinued, "has driven President Hson
into a bed of sickness and has kept
I him there for a ear and one-hulf.
Men who are criticizing world peaca
have not come forth With a single
suggestion how peace can be assured
'Without a league of nations "
SCORES PROPOSED COURT.
He scored the court of nations
which Is being talked of as a substi
tute for the league and declared It
would be worthless without force be
hind It. It would amount to nothing
without the composite force of all na
tions of the world
In closing he said that the league
of nations would mean enduring peace,
would ghe America an opportunity
of saving the world and proving it
self more worth in the eyes of God.
Governor Cox assured his hearers
that he stood for the same platform
on which he stood at the time of hla
nomination and would continue In his
stand March 4, 1921.
Infmediatel following his address
Governor Cox and his party boarded
his special and left f0r Salt Cake
An official welcoming partv consist!
lng of Senator William H king Con
gressman Milton H Welling, Ma'thonl
hah Thomas and Thomas N Taylor
met the governor at the Utah state
line and accompanied the partv dur
ing the Utah tour.
IS. P. Dobbs Attending
Stuart P Dobbs Democrat candi
date for state attorney general is in
Salt Lake today to attend a conference
of candidates The meeting Is to be
held at the Newhouse hotel. Plans for
stumping the state will be outlined and
sections the various candidates arc to
cover will be mapped out.
Mr. Dobbs said this morning that
under his present plans ho will speak
in every county with tho exception of
Klch and Daggett.
H Ogden Lodge, No. 81
A. M. M. A. S. R.
I All members requested to attend
important, business to come before the
H lodge for consideration.
1 G. D. MULLER.
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i Join The Crowds At The September Drive I 4
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j -Friday and Saturday promise to be effete. The October Asters 25c a Dozen j I
VCiV t)USV dclVS 3. t tHlS ScntCmOCr Made in our own sanitary candy Saturday we shall sell a hundred dozen fresh, borne grown
J J J ? kitchen, those hand rolled choc- The October Pictorial Review is asters at 15c a dozen Grown on the Stoiu- place on Twelfth
Drive. fa"pT ToillfZftti to morning. fe,g.
t thai thej are made hero, of the the cleverest 01 siyie ideas for healthy flowere in deep colors, delicate tints, me tinest
. l.,rn orfnz-fcirl sl materials obtainable, and ran ami w mt-r a world of gnmi varieties we ha ve seen. Saturday, dozen 25
UnUSUal VdlUcS lldVc dlllCU l"U frrh . very day, accounts for the fiction and special features. Bet- Main Floor I
. - growing trade. rer secure a copv tomorrow.
crowds of buyers during the past - 4 t j I
j two weeks - the last half of the WeeK-OlCl baiCS 2nd Jp ! j I
j month promises to be even busier. r 'TO, j JM
j -today's advertisement is chock' full jp QQ) JbFt "9
of good news; news of savings on T. . 4 , , . . . , aW k
i V I I 1 nese six features form the headliners for the selling tomorrow on 2nd feSkvAV fPk
merchandise that IS Wanted nOW. Floor. You will find ready-to-wear much lower priced this season in Uf
'11 f 1 J l ,i tnis Dusy department Bl AB
i -voull hnd the morning hours ine xr m& m i
- k f ' k U f tiingnam Dresses $6.95 Voile Dresses $3.95 H W I
a DeSt in WnlCtl 10 SuOp. Think of buying dresses of the verj finesl ging- Then- are still a few of those- good voile dresses J& !
; 9 ha nis i i snarl street and home styles, dressed still herp at $3.95 These in"' the same vnlues that 5 A i
i -C9T y 9 y ,,1;it ,:1V'' ,",,'n priced as high as $25 Think- of have been selling through the season to $18. Of
&&Tyfr m j BVfe "W (X l'iiin 1 1 1 -1 1 fnr si, 'i.', That is a possibility course, wr. ,ir,. taking ;i sharp loss mi the lofto. r r
(JL JLLJHbIL it toiiiorrcw. Hotter come early. stocks. Manv women an- bminp fur n-xl Sdle of JBoy's
.ACOQTOTHxo, Silk Blouses $7.50 FM Dresseg $29 5Q Suits
A Bale "i bettor hlnusrs will ho ono of tho load- P)r a limited time, any boy's A
I Dvpqq flfin Trihilpririrrirtl? ln featurea ,,lls week Blousea of crepe de Fall dresses, grouped into two low priced lots, rait in the store, at a low sale
Coo kJULIII 1 UlIClUfl ILl&K. chine, of georgette, of taffeta in all of the most will got a lot of attention tomorrow ami atur- price. This includes suits for j
I Satin, 36 inches wide heavy Colored Damask. 58 inches wide wanted colors Blouses with trimmings ojf beadn day. Dresses of serge, of trcotine, of taffeta, of boys of all ages; suits of H
weight, soft bright luster finish in red, blue and tan, fast colorsj embroidery, some trimmed with real file! satin Many arc head trimmed, some with hand sturdy materials, suits for fl
z The long wearing kind; all the beautiful patterns; $1.50 value, l;"'r ?7.50 embroidery. Ever) one a new fall style $19.50 best and for dress. Without t fi3
J most wanted colors. $5.50 value for Nai, $1.20 and $29.50. a single exception you may K An
' Y' Jan Cloths Women's Suits Silk Petticoats $3.95 iltl M
f i fTjy f lff-r a iL "ctUiHO Only by making a visit to the Second Floor can -hscount.
i wfllf KslULt I vou appreciate whal realh smart and well made These petticoats of all silk jersey are the proper
1 r , , . , . -kip 1 1 1 n i ti ( 1 1 1 1 1 . o'ii,n inolics. ... , j i f H 4 4. I
H Longcloth, 30 inches wide, impe- suits maj be had tins vr,hnn for prices begin- unli garments to wear under the tall outer crar-
rial quality, chamois finish, for " hito ground with blue printed ning at 29.50 to $69.50. Many are fur trimmed nu-nts. Of pure silk jersey, knit to fit; conform- WBB
ft sewing; white only ; $2.50 value patterns, $2..V value for, BOme band embroidered . Come for a look to- ing perfectly; light of weight and very durable Ji532. ? PifPli
! A bolt of 10 yards for. . .$2.15 each $2.15 morrow Offered in all best colors. Specially priced. $3.95
It Pays To Shop Downstairs Ten Specials In Cotton 0 ,, ! I
Prudent shoppers who want to make every cent buy all it can are finding the R GlOTflCS m
I Downstairs Store a source of great saving. These for tomorrow and Saturday Come to the Cotton Corner for all of your needs in cotton ?
Bungalow Aprons Center Pieces Vacuum Bottles fabrics. Prices here are uniformly lower. Those men- i
I women's bungalow aprons in as- Round . , nu rpioces for tho table in Vacuum bot(Ie8 wl ko content tioned here are but indicative of the usual values. 'Ti iWm?'
sorted alsee. These are in l.gh and the white only These are . noatl hot or ir b)ack IC c S 1
spS.veryncatsty,Vi ""ah $1.25 trimmed bott,esr Cotton Challie Mill Ends Outing
! .each rrih Riankpu Gingham Petticoats Uvaiue. $1.75 cte ZIT Moderate Priced i I
LTID LSianKetS Women's ginshata petUcoata In the . erinKs. k.monas, etc.; good fast col- K0Wns paJamaS( etc ; gooU medlum
Beacon crib blankets In the blue stripe only. These an- good weight PreSerVinCf KettleS or8 sPecial- 9Qr weight. nr lYtllllTierV I
and pink colors, with assorted de- materials A splendid petticoat Foi JTSrd LUK yard ZjC
signs, size 30x49 These are $1.26 early fall. $1 value. nr Preaervlni kettlec made of pure
values Special. QT Bpeclal lOC aluminum, guarantee, -o y.-ars. Hie Devonshire Cloth . Featuring smart fall hatfl at 5
! '"ch d ,,, 35c School Middies ' prac,ic" R.ntr.. i., , ,M Outings ,,, hom ma m
DreUEraSI oetS Middies in assorted sizes. These are to a person dresses, shirts, waists, etc : perfect 45c outing flannels in dark for Second b loor Millinery Depart- -
Breakfast sets in assorted sizes. wnt0i Deatl) trimmed They are b- fast colors, 32 inches wide 55c quilts, etc.; good weight, large as- f ji en t finds its stocks going out I
These are the two piece suits, made londld f r 5chooI grls $2.15 TmKIo TiimKloro qualit. iO sortment. or ranidlv as it arrives Most
of good material, neatly trimmed -I,tteB " 1 nr IdDIe lUmOlerS yard 45C Special, yard . JJC a raPiai as 11 ar"os. M0x
our $3 values $ ar Speclal $1.95 Table tumbler., made of clear cry.- XT 0 , ftSSLSSJ I
' SP o !rhftnl DrPWPS t... medium weight, fancy and pliln NewPercaleS ninorhamQ hug upon their season s hat-
I rlber Suit Cases oinuui uist ahapei Set of 6, regular 60c ac .- . . , u-uiiiaiius snd we like particularly to have i r
I JSITM "... $2.45 ft pi Carpet Sweepers ' . 36 40c - . 23c V" 'ow Z
t aii .special, eaen Carpet sweeper, made of sheet c,. . , " -
Princess Slips Fruit Tnr; metal finished m mahogany, nickel Muslin Sheets ?7.50 and $18. i
Princess slips for the girls in size TIUIL Jdlfc i rimmed. 3-inch lull tufted brush 5305 muslin sheets in ood taeavv COUOn BattS
I u; 14 PKarS1JheSf r Tdvm,atP- SferS? bv aSfl who have "u"d I? VT a,1?-v- no dress1 c,r stflrch- 3-pound cotton !tta for quilts, etc.. f ! f
I totl WE2Srf S KetlteioS BpeCW e kind that stands the PlzPe 72x9o. good fine fluff, qual,t
65c $1.25 ToiletPaper $2.75 ttc?. $1.25 MUSIC
Georgette BlOUSeS nn, J Q0I101.c Toilet paper has advanced 50 per T;il,r rr, In
Women's georgette waists in assort- UpS dUU C5dULCr CPn( m ,hr. , 4S, Ihree monthp Wc ITlllOW laSCS ome downstairs and let us :
ed sizes and colors We have Just a Cups and saucers, first quality plain have a limited stock of 5 ounce man-1 Pillow cases, size 45x36. extra good ollKOlineS play for you any of the late3t
I few of these left $6 75 values. Spe- hite semlporcelalne in the regular ja crepe bought at the old price. heavy quality with nice deep hem 40c sllkoiines for covering quilts. song hits There's a higher I
jh j ciai. while they d a Qr tea shape Set of 6, di q Four or Regular $1.50 quality or also used for drapery or class to the newer music ' we I
t176 rggUlBr U) r'1S Palr Special, yard J5C JZSu gh
A - vorv "jazzv" sort and X
In The Drug Section Come To 2nd Floor This Week rT" f
5 M J. B. coffee, the flavor you can't Woodbury's Facial Soap. C! -f I
9 forget, ground, vacuum parked 3 bars DOC T, o j r-i l j i .1 i i rr , r n i . 3
I i pound rr Java Rice Face jq 1 he Znd f ,oor blds yu welcome this week and otters the following good items as .
if can WC E?wSf v , C special inducements for visitors tomorrow and Saturday. i VlfflTYllTl&S
I! pride of japan OQ i aborts, large qo Girls' School Hats PorchDresses Knit Petticoats v
i Tree Tea LVC ;i8;; , 70t Children's school hats, in velvets. Women's gingham porch dresses. Women. knif neturnnti mariP of V eilingS
I Orm. Oil Soap, $j "ZT 45c M?lJ a.&MSSJSftfSS K..Mt ,., ky ,K. I j
SZ'ii ?' .ttT" " env"r School Dresses Smart Sweaters Coat Sweaters JS 50c
'I Compound J 1 Soc valuef. Special ........ Chlldren'a gingham school dresses. Girls' and women's slipover and rip Girr. d roj .vpllf-
I? made of strictly washable gingham; plo sweaters, made of finest yarns; , ."JS , i rtt.?"t
PL Fl X Plaids, checks and plain Values to fancy and plain weave, all newest 3 VeniceLaPPS I
shoes Downstairs SS $1.95 s8to $1 sPeclal $7.95 veni baces
a A xt l ' f 6 bands and eflKes, cream and r
A These are bargain days in both shoe sec- Bovs' Wash Suits Outing GOTrTlS W amer Corsets 'te. for making collars, vests, etc. I Hr f
A tions. 1st Floor Shoe stocks are being BoyawaL salde of Uht and "SSSTlSk Warned coraeca ,u front lace and -Kahle va.ues; 1 to 4 inches f V
M closed out. Here are some of the table g.ngbams, -JSfiS Sv nhairsir;' K hirAsp1, Ca?S fSrco;- A Jard 98 C I
J bargains downstairs this week. 8 ".$125 SSS.! ! $2.45 $2.95
0v Sch001 Shoes No&rllm. .h rr n j v Fancy Ribbons ''
One table boys' and girls' shoes in lUieWOYK t CHICV KjtOOUS MTiltWeCLT ribbon floral patterns nlru- I
i! black, elk or brown button and lace l75ia- A i t r.n -.i , hlue. lavender and velinu v I
1 i If in 8lzes ,0 2-Va,ue8 10 IK .i , nished Models Long Silk Gloves Children's Hose capa, SStaSBajSS bowsr ?tc : I
I 4 1 Ma U 50- S)eclal P.J Finished art models, consisting of Women's long silk gloves, double Children's ribbed boe medium B inchos wlde- 51 values. PA ' H
BJ - L TVT;,' CUrt Pillows, dresses dressing sacques. finger tips. Niagara Maid; colors weight, colors are black, white and Special, yard 59C !
X t Mai MlSSeS ShOeS house aprons etc. Discontinued are black, white and pongee, extra brown; all sizes- 50c values ne 2
L N. One table misses' dress or school Ploccs Half price. heavy grade; 16 button length. 2 d nn
r VCS" shoes in brown and black lace stvle. IVeV ShinmPlltS clasps; not all sizes; $3 values, tui . , 3)1 fJU IT n 1
I STi 84, 2 ValUCS t0 QS Almoat dlliy 23 art Jj"? 22 I31S, HQ Hair BWS I
G SPeClal 96M good, t enterplecea, acarfs. piows, '- speaa, .. Women's BlOOHierS ah pretty assortment of roadv- I
Women's Shoes Children's Shoes aW,K w?SW wo!l! Lm Str
! One table ladies' shoes in high or one table children's shoes in black Models to show how to finish. SS?'S SStaSaCSaS ue,hl clastic top an knee Kch rRDeJn fm 50c
low heels, matt or cloth tops; ends and brown lace or DUtton atyIe, ln t? t p5jnn! S ti r S! rSS " ei -fl ' to Rl 00
of discontinued lines, in altei 2 to sizes 2 to S Values to AD . LeSSOnS leather $1.50 $11Q Special 59" VLUU
J 7. Values to f 8. fo nr Rnecial vD 1 98 ' Anv 'orenoon excepting Saturday ralue. Speoial pi.LU
(Special PJ.7J . -the needleworkers in the Art Sec- Volvif Hnnrl RaiT5 . .. j
Women's Shoes Men's Shoes & SmS" S'riJSilSS'SJS w.i" .. SI? Childs'Vests and Pants Point Laces j I
' 2 One table ladles' brown and black Men's heavy brown canvas rubber new stitches in the fall needlework shipment almost daily; colors are Children's fleeced vests and pants Point laces in nr ft )
j shoes in high or medium heel In sole and heel shoes. Just the ihin- stvles. simple stitches that are black, navv. taupe and brown. bleached; sizes 2 to 12, long torns for collar h ,eciive P(- I I
o sizes 2Vi to 9. Values fc if- for factory work: in sizes to jr quickly learned under proper In- fc1 AC C99 Cf sleeves, ankle length; 75c fl assortment cuffs; a good
to $10 50. Special p0.4D 6 to 10 Special PJ.40 struct ion. J)I.40 TO &LL.Oi values Special OSfC Special, a yard 4Q(J BBaS