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I THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 7, 1920.
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I WADE HAMILTON
I j.,- AT THE ORGAN
"Whadda ya mesr, fight?, VitJa me? Huh! You're only a girl, alone.
This is a he-man's ccunty. Get out or" But she doesn't. And he ?
J The greatest woman's book in years. It has thrilled countless thousands with its story
of the tireless, lcmorse'ess, implacable struggle of Kate Prentice, beautiful daughter of
j Jezebel, whose mothering is confined to running the bar in her roadhouse
1 The big, open range, desperate, hard riding. . merciless cattlemen who recognize no sex
in their efforts to drive Kate and her flocks from their domain. They seek her life,
J her good name and bar her way to love but she fights alone, and wins her battle with
I man's weapons, but not in man's way.
I DEER SEASON j
OPENS OCT. 15
One Buck Is Limit tor
Hunters: Ban on Shoot
Open season on deer In Utah will
officially pen October 16, and con
linue for ton days, ending n. ii it 2'.'
The limit i oil deer i ich hunter.)
The boundary iin n of the Ogden gaihe
sanctuary will he enforced during the
deer season, a' ordini; l l'r - I i 1 1 1 v
i T. uestmark ot the w ber County Rod I
j and Gun association.
The boundary linen arc as follows:
I North Ogden canyon on th north tol
j Weber canyon on the southeast to Cor
don creek, and city wells- at Eden,
north to North Ogden canyon, then
follow power line down Canyon to
All doers shot must be bucks.
" if you can't see any horns, don t
shoot, because does have no horns'
said President Heatmark.
Put Football Fidel
I in Good C
That the !Orln Karr athletic ground::
are now in belter shape than ever be
1 fl fore for the Staging of football pan i
and other athletic events, was the
B opinion expressed by Ohrl:; I'lyr.ire,
1 comnilwIoiiiT o( i-tty parks. th! mor-ff-
Ing. Commissioner Flygare said that
i the grounds had been cleaned und
thoroughly raked of stones whi h
mbcht cnue-e Injury to participants In
a fooiball panic The elty ha.'i agreed
to keep the field In the best p
condition this fall.
I Benny Leonard, lightweight
I champion oi the world, in
I "The Evil Eye." Charlie Chap-
i lin in "Sunnyside" at the REX
1 today and tomorrow. Upen
1 every day at 4:45 p. mi
Banquet at Wcher Ciuh Pre
ceding Evening Will Be Given
by Ogden Council
Columbus Day, Tuesday October 1'.'.
will be observe ! by the Ogden council,
Knights of Columbus, ot :i banquet to
he given the preceding cwning in the
W ber club. In addition to about one
hundred members, invitations have'
been Bent out to prominent men of
Kden and Utah, Brief addresses on
the meaning of the day will be Kivop
by everal speakers and the Leading
address by W. II Le&ry, dean of the
law ib i "h i.f of the I'nlverslty of
ytah. nt. Rev. jesph S. Glass, bish
op cf Salt Laki djoccse may also be
Amusement (or the event wero
n:.".dc at a meeting of the council at
the rooms of th? University club last
Iloncring the di.coverer of tho
American continent, I'tah, In line with
oiher states, h:Ls made the day a legal
holiday. Notice has bvrn given by the
Ogden Clearing House association that,
banks will be closed on that day.
1 Ithi r public institutions will also ob-;
.-.t n e the holiday;
New Laundry Owner
Completion of an addition to the
I Igdi i Wet Wash Laundry at 1S7T
Washington avenue, and Installation
of additional equipment has followed
the purchase of that plant by W. H.
i'.arnard. formerly a business man of
Brtgham who plans the development
I of this Industry'- The addition houses
the power plant and the soap making
department of the laundry
i Manager Barnard has arranged for
further development of the property
jihrouKh purchase of additional jrround
I adjoining the present building He has
I removcil his family to Ogden and will
I devote his entire attention to the business.
I DO YOU READ
your evening paper by the proper light I Do your children
prepare tlieit Btudies in proper light, thereby protecting their
1 Our portable table Lamps give you the proper li'la in the
proper place, and create a cozy atmosphere for study.
As a gift to be cherished they arc unexcelled.
a Attractive Students' Adjustable Lamps -$6.00
M A Comple'te Line at
I THE LIGHTHOUSE
I OGDEN S QUALITY ELECTRIC STORE
1 2452 Washington Avenue Phone 581
Wyoming Gains in
Census; Nevada Loses
WASHINGTON Oct. 6 Wyoming
the present population of which Is
announced by the eensus bureau as
194 402, has made a gain of 33 per
cent in the past te" j'eani, or an ac
tual gain of 4S 137 fmlj Monluia
and California have a larger percent
age of painu
Nevada is one of the states to show
:-. decrease during the past ten years,
not. havlm; population of T I 1 7 .
as atrainst 81.ST5 In 1910, a decrease
of .".& per ?nt. Mi.s!sdppi and Ver
mont each ban shown decreased
Lincoln county, Wyoming, a new
county, is found to have a population
of l',s7. ami Johnson county, Hm
mtng, has -1617 as against 8468 ten
Humboldt, county, Nevada, has lot
nearly half of its population In the
past decade, its present population be
ing -'(7 43 whereas in 1 B 1 0 it h id CS.'-t.
.- loss of 45.2 per cent Pershing
county whs made out of Humboldt
county two years ago.
The populations In incorporated
places are annonced a a follows: 1
Cities. 1920 i3io
Afton 7yc B70
Rig Plney 173 ...
Cokeville , . ;-
Plumondville f. 726 tyt
Ktmmerer 1.577 f.43
Ma 1 blton 89
Sublet 40S oil
Oolconda 2S8 . . .
Republican Woman to
I Hold Social Friday
Prlday evening, October 8. at eight
o'clock p rn. the Women.s' Republican
cluh will glvi a social in the Hurst
building, on Hudson avenue. The en
! tertainment win consist ot' dancing and
cards. Refreshments will be Bervcd
No admLsslon will be charged an,! , In.
general public is Invited, regardless of
political affiliations, the only restric
tion being that the person-- attending
be of voting age.
j Brlet talks will be made during the
evening, one bj Honorable Claud- T.
I Barnes, an Attorney of Salt Lake who
It is faid. deals In an exceptional h
entertaining manner with the leagu
of nations issue Candidates on the
Republican ticket will be present.
The committee In charge of the af
I fair Is composed of.
Mrs. Georglna Marriott. Mrs. S. f?.
I've. Mrs J A. HowSlI, Mrs. Jos K.
Kvans Mrs. p. w. Piper, Mrs. G. J.
j Kelly. Mrs. John C fiuv.s, Mrs, David
Jenson. Mrs. A. H. Moyes.
Mr.i J B, Kxans, Mrs Olenna Plot
Mrs. W. I.. VVattlp. Mrs Richard Pin
cock. Mrs. Mclntyre, Mrs. J. N. n,,NV,
Divorce Case Goes
Over to Third Day
I Today was the third day of the dl-'
:vorce cape of William Hansen again! 1
lEhira Hansen which is being tried in
Judge A. E. Pratt's division of the dis
trlct court. Indications this morning,
1 pointed to the close of the case late'
, Testimony Introduced by Mr. Han
sen. who instituted the suit, has at
tempted to show associations between
I his wife and another man The d
tense has tried to show thai there are
no true reasons for ibis belief. So far i
1 in the trial, this is the only poiui j
which has been made an insue.
MANY CASES IN "
Lone Criminal Case Scheduled
to Be Heard This
Several Ogden case- will come be
fore the supreme court during the Oc
(tober term, according to the dor k, t 1.
j sued yesterday. Included amnnx thete
are the cases of the Cilolx Mllllne
(company. A. P. Hlair, chirOpractol
John Scowcroft & '-'ons. I'inf.'ree N;i-
ItiOlial Dank of Ogden, and others.
Rtil one criminal case will be beard
before Ihe court, the appeal of J H.
Stewart of Duchesne county, who is
charged with a statutory offense
The Stewart case Is sol for the open
ins da of the term, next Monday. On
the same day conies that of Eliafl
Brady against George P. McGonaglc.
as state engineer, which also is from
the Fourth judicial dir'tpet, and the
lease of the Spring Canyon Coal com
pany against (Jie industrial conium-
jsion, which is over the interpretation
of the workmen's compensation act
when it state? specified awards for cer
tain injuries The commission has
j taken the view (hat these awards are
ntended to be in addition to the disa
Jbility period ot the victim of an accl
dent, and th" coal company 1- appeal
The following day three cases are
set Involving the same act. one ot
these is the Ttah Consolidated .Minim:
company against Ihe commission, in
voking an award made to a wife in It
ah: another is lh.it of th I'tah Fuel
company against th commission, the
company contending that It has the
rittht of appeal to ihe district court;
and th third i.-j that of the (.lobe (,r.un
M 111 ins company against the com i
mission, which brings up the question
oi the dependency of parents.
I For October It another industrial
; commission case is set, Louis Lltsos
appealing from a decision in which
the commission held that an ailment
I ho had was not the result of accident
iln the course of employment. On thai
day. also, the stale board of medical
examiners appears as respondent In a
1 care appealed by A F. Blair, a chlro
I praetor of ( Igden,
.Mandamus proceedings by the Sil
ver t'iiv .Mercantile company, in an
effort to hae a case heard in the dis
1 trlct court, is also set for the sanu
day. The following day October 15, is
ji en iivit to the hearinu of I he appeal
from Judge Bramel's decision in the
"West Cache Sugar case," In which
;John A Hendrickson and I- N Stohl
are deiendants and appellants.
There afe forty-nine cases In all Ust
ed on the docket, the others being set
: 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ri v
! October 18 Fred Woolley vs. C E.
Loose; George s. Barker ya Utah
Idaho Central. Railroad company; Par
, ley P. Pi terson vs. Feter Lund
October lft W. D. Fitzgerald et al
vs. Margaret Boyle; Elizabeth M Per
rin. administratrix, et al, vs Union Pa-
jeific Railroad ocmpany; I s Goddard
ivs General Reduction and chemical
October 20 R, G. Wilson vs. Salt
Lake county; A. M. Merrill vs. f E
'('oon et al; D. L. Evr.113 et al vs. M 8.
Iloutz et al
October 21. Clarissa P. narlow vs. I
Salt I akc 4 Utafi Railway company,
.1 P. Russell vs. Bothwell-Swanner
'company et al; U asatch county vs. Jo
hanna t Anderson.
October 22 J. Van NaUa VS. D. L.
1 Hey wood, administrator, f . Feck,
administrator. VS. A. Bailey et al; '
Dan B. Bozo vs. Central Coal A: Goke
October 25 Utah Association of.
Credit Men VS. N. J. Buller; Lorenzo F. 1
Smith vs. Robert Sheffield. C. B. John
j son vs Ed Vaughn.
October 26 John Scowcroft & Song;
company vs. Peter C. Joufias et al; I
Miner, i Stewart Hanks vs Edwin U.
Lee, J B Burbridge et al vs. Utah
Light & Traction company.
I October 27 Lucas Bozicevich et al. I
s. Independent Coal & Coke company:
W C Boley et al vs. .1 A. Buttei
i field, Arthur J. Leo vs. James Thorn-)
as Poly h rones
October 28 Pingtee National bank,
of Ogden s. A McFarland; John!
Turnbull vs. otto Meek; Ulise Fos
sail vs Maria Gardellfl
October 29 Margaret E Sandall vs.
John Eugene Sandall; Elizabeth I).,
. Pet tit et al. vs John N Clawson, M.
DeAngele Verdi ri Helper State bank
November 1 First National bank of j
I Price vs H. C. Parker et al ; "Summit,
'county and South Summit county'
SChdOl district vs. Rich county, in re j
estate of Charles W. Llstman. de-
1 November 2 In re estate ot Henry i
I Reiser, Nellie H. Reiser, administra
trix; Fannie M. Forbes vs Delta Land
and Water compan) et al. Minor W.
i Mittman vs. Delta Land ami Water
j company et al.
November 3 St. Joseph Stockyardb :
, company vs. Ed Love et al.
Scout Troop Meets
in Ninth Ward Hall
Two divisions of Bo Scouts, Troop
1'3. met In the Ninth ward chapel last !
night. Scout Executive (J. A. Qoaf -
, Kenneth ilolbrook, of Troop 22, David
1 st ele, chairman of troop committee, 1
and Claude E. Fair, of the troop com-
I mittee, were present.
Mr Parr lulked on the "Scouts j
I'lede ot A II -a lance Senior I'atrol
I Leader, Allyn JaeksOn won a knot ty
ing contest. Cornelius E. Deo was I
awarded a firstclasa patrol leaders!
badge and Ellis Ranford a tenderfoot I
Following Instruction period a camp
fire was built and the scouts gathered
around to hear a story h Scoutmaster!
By all means see Anita
Stewart in "The Fighting
Shepherdess." filmed in Wyo
ming. Greatest picture you
pyer saw. Special children's
matinee Saturday, send them.
Utah Theatre. i
IN BEET DIGGING
txcellent Autumn Weather
Favors Practically All ,
Excellent autumil weather has fa
vored practically all interests this
week, though In some, middle and most
southern counties the drought Is be
ing more or less severely felt on thei
grazing ranges and in the dry land !
jrrain fields, says the weekly crop and
range report Issued by J. Cecil Alter,
The report continues:
I Meet digging Is becoming iml- gen
eral, and potato digging Is reported in I
a few localities, under favorable
i weather and soil conditions. Tomato
ptckinyr having been practically unin
terrupted liy the weal her, is nOW l.ur
ly well along. The picking of fall up-
pies Is becoming more general, the
weather having favored the Maturing
Of an attractive crop In most orchards.!
Fall grain sowing la well along tow. nil1
completion and n fairly large percent-1
age of that sown is up and In flourish-J
ling condition Main Is needed for fall
: plowing at Msnti, though at Moroni I
tho dry land grain is estimated to be I
90 per cent in the ground, about 1
per cent of which Is up. The harvest
of the largest cane crop in many years
lhas been complete 1 at Kanosh Live-j
Stock are still migrating from the sum-I
Bier r.mees in good condition, ami im-
Imeroua shlpents are reported. Very!
little stock are reaching the BlOdena
district; however owing to the dryness
f the range, .-is there has been no rain!
"f Importance for a month. Sheop j
and ejitllp are moving to eastern and;
j western markets from BJlko; and thei
forest supervisor at Widtsoe reports'
that the sheep have left ih,. summer
'range, with rattle roundups in prog-
rces; some sales are also reported, de-1
livery to be made October 20th. Tb-'
ranges are very good at Ibapah
Highways are very poor in Wash-
I Ing ton COtinty for want of rain, but!
northward they are fairly good gen-
Today Is Limit for
Field Crop Growth
Tonishl should bring killing frosts
i to the Ogden district if the averagt
jdate of previous frosts can be depend
ed upon for Information. Tin- United
i States weather bureau has predicted
this date to terminate growth of field
I crops generally in this vicinity
However, the weather report which
reached Ogden this morning did noi
Indicate heavy frosts in any part of tho
state except ihe extreme high sections
It predicted own warmer temperatures
Magmnis Talks (o
Thomas .1 Maginnis, Democratic,
candidate for district attorney, re!
turned to Ogden tbiday from Morgan.
where last night he gave an address I
before a large audience in the inter-1
ests of democracy. Harden Bennlon, I
secretary of state, was also a speaker
at the meeting, as well as Daniel o j
Larson, suite treasurer. Following th -l
rally a dnnce was held.
Smoot to Talk to
The Republican cliii will krle i
smoker rally at the headquarters in.
the Hurst building, on rjudson avenue,1
next Tuesday evening, October 1 -.
to which the general public Is Invited.'
Senator Reed Smoot and 'Other can
didates on the Republican ticket will
be present The senator will make
an address ther entertainment tea
lures are being arranged for by the
committee of the club In charge of
How Would You
Like to Ride 500
Miles in This?
PORTLAND. Ore. This H months'
old buby looks mad and there's u rea-i
son. Her mamma. Mrs. Frank BrOWO.
of San l-'r.i nciMi o. uh-elint- her on
u northwest tour The tot bus been
bumPed along 500 miles- already. I
Brown walks with bis Wife and lhey
take linn-' providing lbs motive power
for the baby carriage. The carriage'
probably holds a niiteage record now 1
Stone suitable for ihe purpose ba -ing
been discovered there. Costu Hica.l
has begun the manufacture of rori-i
BHKgl A sreat manT m
H YtM0W'A uto owners have
g pbJ already taken
hJ&BHHHHB advantage of our
HffQHQH "Free Tube With l
BLglajp Every Tire Sold
BmmShSK3H For Cash" offer.
fresh and our
BmmHmB guarantee is lib-
Geo. A. Lowe Co, I
The BIG Hardware Store H
Meetings as Usual
in 6th Ward Sunday
All meetings will be held in the
(Sixth ward next Sunday as usuul, ac
I'Hilini: to announcement made by
Bishop 0 M- Sanderson. The decision
I to hold the meetings as usual was
, made 'I the reipiosl of a larKc ivini
ber of the aiemlieo of I be H ird Aim
do not expect to attend sessions of ihj
general conference in Salt Lake.
Priesthood meeting will be held at
tie- usual hour. 0 a. m.. Sunday school
jat 10:30 o'clock and sacrament meet
ing at 7 o'clock In the evening.
Plan Reception for
( A reception in honor of MonSlgnor
jP M. CUShnbhan, who has landed In
I N'ew York after visltinic boyhood'
scenes in Ireland is bfclng planned by
'nieinbers of St. Joseph's parish. The
reception will be held at the Virginia
the day following his arrival here, the
date being yel uncertain. .Monsignor
Cushnahn left ship at New York last!
Sunda. according to word sent here,'
land will visit hospitals in several of;
the larger eastern cities to secure Ideas;
j for the now hospital to be urepted here.
With County Clerk
Certificates 61 nomiimtion for stats
officers for all political parties have)
been filed with Ihe county clerk
through the secretary o state All the
certificates of the national, state, con-i
gressional, Judicial. county and ctty
nominees in In niiil upon at the fnll
election Have nov been filed.
Work of (jettlnK out ballots ind
election supplies has now been begun
lp Waller X. Tan. county clerk, and
his deputy, William '.'legg.
Install Machinery in H
New Overall Factory
i Starting a new factors in Ogdeh,
the Western Overall company has H
1 rganlzed bj E Rosenberg, for- 1 -jc
$uper(ntend ni nf the Scowi roft 'W
II tnd Nt
treet between i dncoln ind i '
Rosenberg has been lh ' A
tli i aufactut ng business m f
c- W At
i w Afl
omlng to I igdt n His as! I M
1 spem i ttunibet oi real's in the .
same business. . .
Twenty employes will be the Initial 19
number , ( workers at tin- Western r9l
'v-riii plant though arrangemebts cjfl
have been made sQ this number can m
be rapldlx increased as business Justl- H
lies. Machinery of the latest type is rl
now being installed and the company
anticipates thul the factorj will 1 i
ready for operation about November m
i Overalls, worl shli nd ork j mss
pants will be made.
McAdoo to Tail? in
Ogden on October 21 H
William G. McAdoo, former secic- pHMH
tns of the treasury, will begin his rISfjfl
speech-malting tour of the west in be- I bslR
half of the league of nation.-, and the lr iK
: pnigt ol Go i i 1 ictobec I
1$ at Denver and will include Ogden HDII
In his i i i . r I
lb- will speak at Cheyenne. October 1
19, Pocatello and Idaho FaMs. Ida.. BHB
October 20. and Ogden and Ball Lake 9
Man proposes, God disposes f
and Love exposes in "The v
Fighting Shepherdess," Anita
Stewart's latest and greatest
picture, now at Utah. Special
children's matinee Saturday.
Send the children.
We have been most fortu- ' : r
nate in securing eight -9 fi -." H
dozen dark striped and j fWgt '-fy
checked dresses, guaran- J
teed fast colors; all sizes . g
While they last spe- I J I K"'
priced .... S-i9 I
This is absolutely an ex- jr C ' U i
ceptional value. j
Millinery Specials wU
In keeping with our famous value giving in our
Mill inery Department, we will have on sale F.minon f
Bros ' most famous beaver hats, sailors, droops, poki ,
bonnets and large sized streamer effects Colors.
navy, taupe, beaver, brown Q . A i y.
and black . 5)0c&
One hundred and fifty tailored hats, blacks, browns J
and navy. A real, rare opportunity for this early in
the season; ideal school hats and good hats for shop- ;
ping. Special, while "fl Cfe
they last J.etfD
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