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s THE OGDEN STANPAROEXAM1NER TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1920.
Another Banner Day
Wednesday mil be another banner la for nil skfprp Stores I
Our i nu . Wed - Bargi im bring! man) new customer? I
' i oW fl
patrons rhis is very to us as i is-
d .. ;ei it poasibli for iu to make our priees lower,
Store No. 28
Anothi o ned at Provo, U ' Dot
tu o i 1 "
, tore in tl I ur itorea
;in famous all over the eountrj as being leaders in low prices,
honeal m thods of dealing and a desiri and ability lo servi i u
pat rons I
If you ar.- nol already a Skaggt ;ustomer you are mtesing youf
great it o as and to 1 tisfacl ion
i 12 Unusual Wednesday Bargains!
65c 1 -pound can Old Master Coffee 53c
$1.90 3-pound can Old Master Coffee $1.50
$3.25 5-pound can Old Macter Coffee $2.35
Tall cans Borden's or Scgo Milk, 2 for 25c
25c Tail Pink Salmon - 15c
90c quart can Mazola 60c
35c Full Cream Cheese, pound 30c
Bulk Ready Cut Macaroni, 4 pounds for 43c
I Choice Sweet Potatoes, 5 pounds for 25c
Large box Red Seal Matches, 5 for 25c
25c pint Ketchup, 2 for. 35c
5-pound can Dark or White Karo 50c
Our Regular Prices
POTATOES ONIONS SOAP SOAP PRODUCTS
10 i ndi 1 lah potatoes 23c 10 bars Lenox soap . 49c
Mo pounds i tab pol to SI B6 ll an Polar White soap 69c
in poundi d onions 23c in bars I rystal White loap 75c
i N 1 poi rids i 1 o Ions . $1. 5 10 bars B N'apthi soap 80c I
10 bai Pels Naptha soap 95c
i Lu uk 10 small bars Ivory soap . 96c I
Wicn you want Hour you ,., barfi s;u:il lVtlr, BOap 95o
"nl Wh 1,r l : ban Palm Oliv, io, p 25c 1
Roxburg, Idaho, flour Mi led ( large package Gold Dust36c I
111 f drj land be I and guai , , ka( gea ,,n;im 35c I
'' ,;:;iv,1 c. ,n 45c large package Star Kap.
100 pounds Rcxburg flour 5.40 . 35c B
pound lota . . $5.30
25C small whole llicod 1'iuc- -o- I'orl-.la .i nlmcs toinat..
tpplc . ... 19c sauce1 20c
30c large whole diced pin 25c minced clams 20c
. . 33c 10c il sardines I for 25c
30c large wh d pine- 20c mustard sardines 15c
apple . . . 43c 25c Baltimore oysters 19c
gallon cans apricots . . 75c 15c Baltimore oysters 37c
1 -i gall lies . . 75c 15c Van Camp assorted
i" quarl ca i pi aches . . . 25c soups, 2 for . 25c
At Our Markets
30c Pork Tongues pound 17c
20c Pork Taih pound 12c
REMEMBER THE ORANGE STORE FRONTS
They will assist you in sr.ving. jjj
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IZAI4E GREY'S RIDERS
OF IRE Dill' SCORES
hit it mm
I "niilcr of the Dawn." one of 7-ine
Cryfl SToates! mrle is the headline
of tile bill at the Ogden theatre for
trt firt f.iur d:vys of th weelt. It
Is a strong appealing bill Nctl as
rtrs the hippy chord of huma.ii ln-
nt. The picture opened th n?.n--ment
at th Ogden Sunday and that
nlsht. veil usi lust nlglil. Standing
II 100m was ut a premium at th :heutrc.
I Th. cast I" headed b the biff leiding ,
I man, Ho Stetv irt Thf photdv'uy Is i
I from the Mtcry of "Tin- Desert of1
I Thursday will be seen Tom Moore
I In the romly. ' Officer i.i-.- l
I upon the atage success of that name J
I . Hecinning Sunday will bo rrn
I Charles Itay In 45 Minute From
I Kroadway." 'I'hr picture was ached-
I W' 'or a ahowlnir recently, but thej
I Hg .demand for tho pb-turv In lenveri
I iiuvd the manager to hold the plc-
I tire for two weeks to meet the calls
I .if hi patrons The 04ll has the I
I tJrture for four days beginning- next'
Speakers for Sunday
I In connection with the observance
In thl city of th- league of natlonw.
Sumbiy. October tbe local Doifao-i-rutlc
r.-ommittec has already respond
ed lo Mill til roqm-Mtx for spfakr, ac
ordtnK to th- statvmciil tol.i by .nn
' l'.n:ii r.nlri. An fffort will be made
jit was Hououncd, to provide speakers
for any organization that ma ilMri
to hear the league covenant discussed
Dtilgliallim of October 34 as league
of n.i i ions 0Utld9 In I 'tah wa. roi-ont-y
imi'li- by the governor and as a
i further Incentive for a w idespread -'cusslon
of the league covenant on th..t
.!..'. the lo.-nl . nioor.itn omm lltf-r.
IChalrman Brown announced, will dls
trtbuti dUrtaST tllf pntfnl week a spe
I clal copy of the Democratic campaign
bulletin rontatntng a complete draft
of the covenant. y
ALASKAN PLANES WILL
REACH HOME TOMORROW
ERIE, . Oct. 1? Four army ait -planee.
commanded by Captain 8t.
t'Ulr-btrcet. will hop off from th
nUtmn field tomorrow morning at "
o'clock on the final leg of the Journcx
from Nome. Alaska to Mlneolu. X V
Captain Street planned to spend the
'da overhauling th engines for the
final leg of the flight.
I Beet Growers
THE LATEST PATENT BEET RACK AT
j REDUCED PRICES
Call t the
I Volker Lumber Co.
237 Twenty-fourth Street
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UT PLAIN CITY
League of Nations Attacked at
New Angle by Candidate
Before an nthuslastic audlanrc
which filled the Plain City hall to cr, .
flowing. Major Charh-x R. Mal y. Re
publican candidate for goxernor of
, I'tah. last night gave a stirring gddrCM
in which he opposed the league of na
tions covenant as brought from Vi-r-
sallies, pointed out its dangers If rutl
! fled without reservation; and huidt
j clear that the Republican purtv ijfould
not oppose U If ll did not conflW
With the Constitution of the Lrlted
j Statns and would insure world pcac.
With his addres last nljtht ih- in
I diaatc nt.-red upon I whirlwind fin
ish of his CSmpsUfn In the northern
I WctlOn of the .state. n- trill devote
practically his entire tlma from now
until election to outlining his stand
on national and sla'e Issues before
audiences In the northern and central
TOTS vr M w wt.i.i .
I Ma lor Mahey presented hlv opposi
tion to the league covenant from an
entirely now ansrlc rind held his nudl-
I ence almost spellbound when he vivid
ly portrayd the dangers that lurk be-
Ineath Its surface. He likened the m- .
j enant to a huge smoke screen, thrown
up lv those across tho sea: something
which blinded and dazxled us and
which could not be pierced by a frank
The peaker declared he wsnled to
prove that Republican alone had not
opposed ratification of the present cov
lomnt and read records which made
j apparent that many Democratic seni
tors had also votod against its accmi
I ance. Further, he asserted, the Re-publlca-i
party Is not Kolng to offer
opposition to nnv treaty which will
gUgrsntot world peace without possl
hlo odnfllrtlon with the Constitution
of tb united States. He further sfat.
led Hint he believed the peoplo. (TDM
In doubt about the league of nations
or any other thing as at btal.e against
the Constitution, would unanimously
uphold the Constitution for which our
forefather- bled m'uI died Here the
speak- -.'d. I br-lirv 'he j.re. n
covenant Is shot throutrh with doubt."
Iloblint; the Japanese orobiem MM
One Of Kr.ive importance. Major Mil"
I warned that the troubles of California
today may be those of T'lah toniorr.i
I If the United States had filtered thf
pact, he said, the mooting of the cried
might be left in the hands of others
i ind our domestic queotions decided
by other nations than our own. Befon
we enter uny pact, he declared, then
I should be no doubt its reg arding this
This nation, he said, is not a hofalw
Tencons ration, but a nation made nv
rf many blood, anal difteroncas 1 1th
my nation In Biirope would probabl
have its effect here to tar th" BOM
of our enemy apart and r-sult In civil
I .d rife.
MOMKN'TOI S Ql ESTION
"The league of nations." the si
Jet- y.sld. "1." the most momentous n.i -ilon
in the history of the United States
. Throutch Its acceptance we mltrht los-
! the most wonderful heritage ever giv
j en nn nation of the earth
In calling attention to the extrava
I gances of the present administration
j of I'luh, Major Mabey ins'stei udpp
-ending IMs and figures wh!e'i had
. be?;i Compiled l .in iilitor. lie ll
ed he wantd to make no mistake in
quoting them from memory whi h
I might InTllct Injustice upon the men
In office. When the Democrats took
I office four years ago and promised tne
oeople of Utah a "business administra
tion." the monthly payroll :'od at
$1s.::,T. each month, he njd, Ts
monthlv payroll for June. 1920, he
I quoteil as $4.9S9.
He re. id many other figures which
I tended lo show wholesale extravagance
Ion the part of those handling the
state affairs and advocated the Inau
guration In I'tah of th cabinet fotm
I of government Illinois and Idaho hi
suld. were siving hundreds of IhOOM
.uids of dollars annually through this
system which eliminate the duplica
tion of work and doea away almost
entirely with the numerous bOOfda
which number thlrty-oljrht In the I'tah
l'nder the cabinet form, he ov-
plainad, there are but nine depart
ments with nine heads, which m-ci
Iregulsrly with the governor, and han
dle the entire work of the state. The
speaker declared In his opinion the
plan WOUld work well In Utah and
would materially decrease tho huirc
i expense of maintaining the CUmber-
H i k II I l i l ll l.' e
" . ums.
Arthur W oolley. Republican county
chairman, gave a fiery talk. In which
he outlined ihr e . .nitih-h-iieni . '.
Ihe work done by Senator Reed Smoot
In the United Ktat.s senate. ,, an.
swer to the question irhicb i being
asked. What has Smoot done "- Mr
YVoolley read figures which told of tne
Immense service of Reed Smoot. not
'only lo Utah, but to the United Stutis
at large. The figures, which tne
speaker raid, had been taken from the
Conf rewdonal Record, showed that
during Senator Smoot' si rvlce in ihe
. senate he had secured the pa -sage of
.1 bills into laws. The tume records,
ihe .speaker said, show that no bills
j had been passed through the e.'f :--I
of Utah's two present congressmen,
j Mr. Woolley read many tributes
which have been paid Senator Smoot
I hy members of the senate anions
I whom were Wsrrea O. Harding. Re
publican presidential candidate who
j wrote "I would consider it a distinct
lose to the American people if for any
reason tn the world Senator Smoot
were not trlumphantlv re-elected to
the senate. I have watche.l him at
close range for five years of public
service and he has done very much
more than earned confidence and
apect. he has literally enlisted my sin-
I I cere affection Utah owej it to the
United States of America to rontlnue
mm tn servi.r oi our country.
W O. Carver presided at the rally
' and Introduced the speakers. David
Jensen opened the meeting with a
brief outline of the league of natloaa
liM GRI I 1- SP1 R
The Plain City band, an organic
tion comprised mostly of boya greet-d
th speaker as they arrived In town
Id a line of automobiles. Major Ma
bev in his talk complimented the barvl
members for their efficient organiza
tion. It was explained that the band
had bm formed only since Jmv
t but despite of tlie abort period I
t:me 'her fulfilled th'lr dutie well.
The band ale--" playeil several
'ion in the hall.
The tlallantyna quartette also furn
ished selections during the meet ins
land were called upon for many en-
At the completion of the addressra.
j several Republican candidates on the
Weber county ticket, who had accom-
panled the part . were Introduced.
They were Itavtd Jenron J v It iwell.
Richard Ptncock. Mr tilenna Kr il
.i k Mclatyre v ; rterrett.
.-e-n Moron Skeen md laid 1
II The large municipal offieo butM
II r iu th orld U that in New York
M Vr ' 'one i hi living t l
H fa a en thui dlre i on
R'jii 'ih e & W nntl Re-Created voice II
r aaW'sSsv $ Vnd Ihe proof marked nen
epoch in biusic.
tin's NEW EDISON
I he Fhonagrapn witn a bout
'l is an exact duplicate of the Official Laboratory Model, which
made music-hislcry last Friday 'n Ogden. This instrument
has been certified by Nikz Cox herself.
FvO tiu hope to own El ihey are exa t duplicates or
phonograph as wonderful the epoch-making instrument,
as the Official Laboratory which triumphed in the test
Model, which enhtralled an 1 hey will sustain the very same
audience of Ogden's music- test. Miss Cox in ordtv I i
lovers at the Ogden Taber- assure you of this, has signed
nacle? Do you want you. Certificates of Authenticity
home to enjoy this new art oi which will be presented to tl
music RE-CREATED, with purchasers of these mstru
wliich Mr. Edison has amazed ments. Only a few of these
and delighted the whole worlds certified Official Laboratory
We have a few Official Models left You would bed
Laboratory Models in our store. come in today.
Through our Budget Plan of Payment, you can feel free to crdcr an
Official Laboratory Model now and pay for it at your own convenience
Proudiit Sporting .Gten Bros.-Roberts
Goods Co. Piano Co.
Last & Thomas Coc? Music Department
Local Hotel Clerk Reported to
Have Confessed to Federal
j John Francis Mi Klnnon. 22 year,
old. Ifl reported to have confessed to,
eerel aervlco. operative at Sun Fran-
clco yesterday that h had stolon and.
forced u Kirternmcnl check, p.iyublc
to Joaeph 1 1 M- Collam whll employ
ed several months agu as night clerk!
ut the Arlington hotel In Ogden.
The Information wan received yes-1
tcrrt.iv l, William II l'.i upon, mrrrl
Mrvlc operator In tho intermouolaln '
Mi Kmr'.n irr. -'.-.i .it San Kr.ui
claco by Operatives Charles F. Galling
and Hnr B T.ncgart. former a plain!
jof police at Slt J-akc. A warrant
i lurginp forsery waa aent to San Fran
cisco eaterday by Mr. Davenport. The
prisoner will b returned to Halt Iik-'
ana held in the county Jail, pending
consideration of his case at the next
session of th- federal grand Jury in
Mr. McCollam. a railway mail clerk
in trunsferrtnc early tn the year from)
(instructions that a check covering hi
traveling expenses should hr mailed
there After arriving in ogden he took I
up his residence elsewhere, inquiring;
from time : :im for th heck from
San Francisco. When It failed to ar-;
I rive. he. communicated with hla for
mer employ r to learn that It had'
been ent lo th- Arlington hotel An
I investigation was begun by Operative!
arl w. Blair which resulted In Mc-j
ENGLAND AND MEXICO to
RESUME DIPLOMATIC TIES
KM K. "t 19 England denrci
to maintain friendly relations with
aim offerel TOV sst;rn. in t
anrk of rrvonstrucllSB in Mulco, hrj.
McAdoo Will Speak
to Railro?d Men
In order that shopmen ami other r:ill-
road employes may not lose more than
ihlrly or forty minutes from their work !
arrangements have b-o.i made for Wll
lium G. McVdoo. former director lien
oral of the mllronds, to deliver an nd-l
dress ut tho union passenger station, i
when he visits ogden Thursday. This ,
was the announcement todny by the
I.vjI Oemocratlc campaign commlUec
folio" li c recctj t of a telegram from'
the former secretarv of tho treasury.!
Mr MrAdOo Is now n ro'it' k. st on
a speaking lour, which will take him
lo the Pacific const, lie la scheduled i
to arrive in thl city aorne time Wed
nesday night and his car will be parked
in Ho io. il rinlro.Ml Minis until the
following morning. At '. o'clock Thurs
day morning, according to arrange-1
ments announced l the committee, he,
will deliver a brief addxaOi from ihs
car this la to be followed by a more ex
tended address at the Orpheum theatre!
at 5:30 o'clock.
It wa.1 declan I l Martin I' Urown.
Democratic chairman, and others of
thl local campaign organization todaj
that Indications point to a most enlhu-!
siastlc welcome for the foi mer i.ulro.ni
head, despite ihe fael thai he nrtUS4
address Ogden audiences nt such an
early hour In the dav Hundreds of (
menberi of the 'Jgden unions, espc
clall' the rullroad org, nutations. It was
s.iid, are planning to greet Lbs former
cabinet member. Details for the Lbt-
atre nieetln.-r on Thurwday morning -
have not been completed by the com-
"" ; ll
TO AID FARMER URGED
WASHINO'D N. Oct. 1 9. - loan i n
of treasury certificate), of inden
ncM to the amount of at least $250.
000. 000 for the purpose of facilitating!
loans lo farmers wa idfOt kted lodaVJ j
b) 'Jeorge I. Hampton, managing ill- i
rector of the FgrtBMrs' National t'oun-Ij
ell. who Kitld he had written to It.
dnt Wilson eseklng his cooperation, j.
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f Tierz js a
Apphanot or Rowdy IbrEvenfRtotTjoubh 1
I Do Your Feet Hurt? J
I A FOOT EXPERT I
M From Chicago will be at our storr Matting "'ti r own M
I Graduated Foot Experts I
I Oct. 21, 22 and 23 I
I FEET EXAMINED FREE Ij
I JONES SHOE STORE I
w 246 1 Washing WctuM V
For Corns " I
Little or I
Btopl Com Pftin Instantlv and Rc- B
moves Them Completehv
j Whether jour "pel" la on top or be
IWeSjII the toss, rio instter how big or how g
i-i4:i oi DOS tender ' three drops Of
ll It" will lift vou ri(ht out of our
The Ool Vr to Cur a Com is to
R.r-cv. ll. widt GU-n '
i You will laugh to see how quickly your
corn lets go Ita grip, how it curls light
pare and trim a corn trying to east lla
I pain when "Gets it" m as ally ri-1 vou of
iets lt" Is sold at all drug stores and
I rsoosst Mid b) V.. Lun fence 4fc Co..
Regulate your stomach so you cn B
tat favorite food without fear of '
A fW tableli I !" r.ipe's Piapensln
eorret acidit v, Unil re-ulatini diget-
t."n an. I ; im; nlmo-t intant stom
ach relief Lureec case J nigs tores.
TAKES PAIN OUT
OF RHEUMATISM J
Keep Slcan's handy for backache, H
strains an-j 6prama, tco
SI. ii.N"S Liniment li.i. b . n -old lor
39 years. Today. It Is more popu
lar than ever. There can be but one
.i i ' it Slo.ia'i produces results.
Applied v iihuui rubbing. It pene
- to the afflicted part, bringing re-
in i from rbeainatlc twinges, Kciaticn;
soro. stiff, striiined muscles; back
ipratna, and other external
nfti ii i lie result of exposure. It
no mttWlDaea, skin stain
Get u large bottle ' r greater econ
omy. Keep it band for use when
size- 13c 70c. $1.40.
Sic its B
5if ' DIAMOND DYES"
IXn t treak or rum your material is H
a poor dye. Insist on Diamond Dyss."
t'jf directions in every pscLsgs.
: GIRLS! LEMONS j I
BLEACH; WHITEN I
! Make Lemon Lotion to Double 4
Beauty of Your Skin
Squeeze the Juice of two kmoDi into
I oot tie contulnlng three ounces f H
Orchard Whl'.e filch cai l l,. d kt
my drug rtore. shake re!l and you H
Save a quarter plot of harmless and
iellghtlul lemon ben Ii for few c nts. 1
ach day. then shortly note tho beauty
Famous slags beauties use lemoa
aare always been used as a freckle,
unburn and tan remover M Vm
ip and If Advertisement k
W The Joy Of A H
IvJ'l Perfect bkin
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mothers mm I
For Expectant Mothers
Oseo By Thbee Federations
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