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I 4;-- , OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3 isan
Berlin Lvspapers Announce
Discf!?ry of Widespread
I French Spy System
I t in District
'By International News Servlc)
BERLfc-; Germany's I'.uhr iiugahnn 1
HT M nrl fnnhic nod only the
I Ik nl rr la beginning to
f 'take iif.. I,. r - of i he cntlr. 1 Icn
j Wt?F .rhe arresi oi o salesman W1 I
auabA. who gave hi adtlrcsx as Hrus
has led the Berlin nf wapapTd to
announce in discovery of a erlde
H tpread F'rench spy system Intended to
1 prepare the way for French occupa
J Km. bo the storv goe. was ar
H rested ihe ReUhwehr in Muchl-
B hum, a. d. Huhr because he showed!
1 loo much curiosity about the political,'
L npiniot of Rcl( hwehr soldiers. When
WgW jtuehl was searched a number of i
j wlank forms printed In the French
H language were found in his pockets.
H Under the heading "General Ques-
H i.ons." the following Information was
r slues te d
H Railroad station and railroad yard :
plans and rxHOt Information about ti,.
'I Kvhwehr; that Is, the army, secur
1 Ity police and civilian guards
I Under the heading "Polltcal In-
Qulrlos" were the sub title Attitude
of tho working classes, especially the
communists, Independent socialists and
H maJorliN soclallats. What Is their at-
Utlide io the Rclehwehr. tho sicher
B Mltswehr and the Einw ohntrw chr?
BspeclallJ hoy would the workmen
and tli leaders that Is the engineers
the directors, etc. take the occupation'
H f the Ruhr Basin by the Entente?
H Won 1. 1 they accept It? Would they Del
H :,,'ie 1 list and in what mannei and
H te what degree? Have preparations
alreadv been made by the laborers?
Aft i this come questions BJ to th
ft Mine position end Influence of tn
M federal and municipal officials. Which
H are hostile to the allies, and which
B would be amendable and Friendly In
' ' Oi an 'ventual occupation ' An-
I'tp German patriotic organisation 7
t e namt i and addresses of j
wJe Iviiillng pernona lltlen.
H After n, I follows a numbor of quea-i
gardlng the Indusi rial i
tlnn?, food and coal supplies, ware
Bleu' roomi i
"Tins proves absolutely thai the
Fren- h do noi ip . th
fchii-h thej ii 1 1 - set their heart," sac i
Hi ' Deutsche Tageszeltuifg
FEIZE FINE HOME
IN 01j MEXICO
QAJ B& A i i. . Sept. l One of j
plaosa Of old Mexico, the,
nee f General LiIh E Torres at i
ri " -.lln. Sor.ora, is now used by the
glean federal government as a mlll
er the Dies regime, General Tor-!
governor of Sonora and his1
hi-int.. filled with costly furniture,
ijin? ami pictures, was n center of
alth. fashion and officialdom.
V twenfy acre e::ite surrounded I ho
jse. Tho estate waa dotted with
es from India. Yacatau, China and
ler far countries and In its gardens
re rare plants bought Sri blgh prl(
1 brought to Sonora by the general, j
Vow humbi tubercular soldiers of!
Mexican army stroll about the I
Iks worn smooth by thf countless
1 steps of Torres' dlstlng
I nd hospital cots catch the rays of.
la arl giiss windows brought from Eu-'
. n ;ho draulng room, where bauti-
.hi women once danced, the command
ij pt Of h hospital has establish-.1 n: '
I 1 JiNt back of tho drawing
L ' Is the Hospital operating room, i
3 1" ruling room wa the boudoir I
Amelia Moqtoverde de Tor-
heautlful wife of the former'
j Torres residence was built by !
I plulr V L .Miv. of Nogalea, former-
I f a broker of fan Francisco.
I OREGON WOMAN FASTED
40 DAYS WITH BENEFIT
ROSEBETUI mi. . s. pt Mrs
J. M. Lane of this city, who recently
j completed a forty-day fast said she'
experienced no 111 effects from ab- j
etalnlng from food for that period, but 1
on the contrary behoved she hua de-
rived benefit from It.
"For more than two years I hne
been a sufferer from stomach trou-
bit." she scld. "and have spent a I
small fortune endeavoring to : r-- ,
lief. Upon adVlCS of my physician I
undertook the fast. The only nourish- I
ment I took was a large quantity of I
water and the Juice from half an I
orango ea- h day I was under tnr
carg of a trained nurse, and every day!
at meal time I sat at the table with :
the family The first three days ot ,
my fast was the only period I had '
any craving for food. Whon I first
entered nnn my fast i weighed is.(
pounds, and when I finlshod It ICu
pounds Aside from fetllnic a little
weak at times I enjoyed better health
than for many years."
At the conclusion of her fast she'
was given liquid food only for several j
KINGS AND QUEENS OF
TAHITI ARE ABOLISHED
(By International Newt Serv.cei
I SAN" FRANCISCO. Tahiti, follow- !
I . Ing the post-war fashions, has caat I
w away the crown of -n3lt
4 j "The day of kings and queens It
j ' .ver." announced Princess Terlinul
rom'are. daughter o ttie Queen of
Tahiti, on her arnal here for a three
months' stay. The prlnceas. accord-I
Ing to the roal suocelon. should be
the next queen of Tahiti, hut bo haa
put the ambition out of her mind, and ,
states that the day of roalty is past'
"According to an agreement made
during my fathers lifetime with tho
French government there will be no
more royal rule on the Inlands. Wr
are aubjecta of Franco, satisfied and
happy. d ,h Prlnce" . .
There are no strikes, no labor trou-
,1M, in Tahiti -"
Princess Pomare la accompanied by
i,.r unt. Mrs. Atwater. widow of tho
former American Consul The rovat
visitor speaks both French iind Bag
i.h Muentlv This Is her third .-1
L San Francisco Sho state, thai
H.rV has been a larger Influx of En
gMsh and American tourist to h
Islands this yer.
Official Registration Districts of Weber County J
Next Registration Days. Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 5 and 6 1
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RI n sr o d'jfjfich w;m? Oodeo Oty, Lfah, f I
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VI, !! H' b 3 of tOe6n Covn'y. on tbi 25
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A st o ' 0 V Hi nHLRLCf,
Vly (ej W O C) n have hrtrh set
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v Wc be County wco,it'rfy on its Jif'doy
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OCTOBER 5 10 6
Place Your Name on the
Books if You Want
Have your name on the books if you
want to vote
Every votar'a name must b on th
registration Hat before he can vote
at th- general election. November 2.
The nut registration days are Tues
day and Wednesday. October and a.
Following la an official list of regla-
I tratlon agent and the placea for reg
istration: (in DISTKIt 1 v
I. Isabella S. Garner. 3123 Yh-
: Ida M Flinders. 3?11 Grant ave-
I . John Tingen, 320 Stephen- a-.c-nue.
4. Dlantha Wilson. 102 West Thir
6. Neta Auetln. 14 1 ThlrMe'.h
. Lenine Welch. 3003 Grant ave
Anna Dunham. 2S74 Grunt o
. Alice W. Naiablt t. :4 Grinl
. Mary II. Gelger. 2S Twenty
10. Ethel Pincock. 131 1'sjsjsHjr
II. Mary E. Jones. 2T31 Wall ave
i 12. Dora Wagataff. 2 43i B ' ave
nue. 1 'I Sarah S Young. 2171 I;
14.-Nellie Major. 17$ TwentN -fifth i
Ii I-leuclla Thoma. Sjj Twe.ityl
!. Mary H. Ev.ma 2241 Lincoln'
17. Ellxaleth Tracy. 241 Twenty
It. E. . Wright, 1935 Gran; ave
nue. 19. Joseph M. Harberlaou. 441
SO. Mary It. William. 139 Htid-!
21 Anna S. Hansen. 104 Grant
33. Edna M. Clegg. 33 Fourth
S4. Minnie Weetmler. 4& Thir-,
1 teenth street.
St. Caroline Myers. $41 First
S5 Mary E. haw. lull Orchard
It. MjiUa lUdger. 12J0 Jcffersoa,
27 - little t; Norm, liiO Washing-i
ton avenue. i
31. Pearl Baxter. 204 Jeffersor
2. Kate Van Dyke, $50 Twent
30. Grace M. Jones. 224$ Eccle
31. Fidelia Trorlicht, 914 Twentv
32. Ducy Jensen. 29 Twenty-second
33. France Huss. 316$ Adama
in -n jc
34 Elnora Wlntle. 3104 Washing
35. Clara Carver. 237 Adam ave
nue. 36 Evelyn West. S Twentj -fourth
37 Ella. J Jackson. 23Si Madison
31. Charlotte P Tllloton. 74$
St. Martha foolev. 2454 Monroe
40. Ireta C Eans. 2S4 Ecclej
41 -Mary L Harrlaon. 1132 Ten-iv-fourth
li .S.n.ih TftUgsjg. 2530 Vm Bur
1 en av enue.
43. Maggie Purrlngton, 250 Ec
j cles avenue.
44. Merrlbell Stevenson. 2436
4$. Emma Shreeve. 2&4$ Madison
1 av enue.
44. Eva Browning. 647 Twenty
I 47. Evelyn Ilalveraon. 24 It Jef
4$ Nona Paul. 43t Blnford avenue.
41. Rosamond Packer. 4 7 5 Twen
ty eighth street.
50 Mary A. Hoaaey. 270 Adams
SI EMaabeth Dockhead. 3740 Jef
$3 Dora P. Holther. $21 Twenty
SS. Harriet J Jackson. 3024 Ad
$4 George F Huntir, 3044 Waeh
cut mi miuioii
Burch Creek William Ito le. BtSot
BdSSi Ottrt M Graham V f ("
Y trr rVeet Zlni Cbugg H
llarrlavilla Ievl J. Taor 'A Zj
ilrr.per Mej I. John w bin-toa.
Hooper No 2. Jennie Child. iiKb4b9
lluntsv llle---Emma Peterson. HaBBssssBa
Kavnearvllle Thomas Kowlea KsIbssssssbbC
l.lbrr . Devil CttaVd I I
Marriott John J Powell. E&IKr'
Nurth igden No 1 John Hall. BBBaViaiiBML'
North i 'gden No. 2 T E Lierrett ssVaTrlbsW;
Plain fltv- Annie Rhead. SBBBBaSO
Pleajaant ir Dee Crasun. LVv Si
Itandall Mary D Hannall
Rlverdale John R Thompson. H
Roy Cllee Hollanda
HSllltllS J, M. Wheeler
Tsrlor Evelv n T Hunter
Warren Arthur W Marriott. V3
'' ' Warren Serena M Mnir-
l'ln'ah Walter M Terr.
Wts Weber Jame, R MeFariand. lalKl 1
14-1 tan n VI net u Martin H I V
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