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I HARDING DENIEJ5 "
I SIBERIA STORY
Nominee Says He Is Not Con
nected With Vanclerlip
Project in East
fl MARION, Ohio, Oct. 27. Dlred dc-
niftl was made by Senator Hardins
Tuesday of report: reaching the state
.iepartment that Washington l Van-
derllp was acting as his agent in RQS-
"I have never heard of Mr Yander
li)."' said the senator. "He is not my
rni, and 1 have no ap.-nt. I kno
H. absolute)) nothlriB about any such mat-
H lif as is difccusaeil in these dispatcher.
aim have no Interest in it whatever."
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26. Secretarj
H Colhv ;innouneed today that t'ommis-
xionf r Vomit; at Riga had informed
H -he state department that Washington
B Vanderltp who recently obtained con-
B cessions In Siberia. was reported to
have told Nikolai l.enine. Russia Bol
B shevlk premier, that he represented
B Senator Harding, th? Republican pres-
H nlenthtl candidate.
H The commissioner's dispatch dated
H October 20. said Lenine had informed
M G. Wells, a British writer, that Mr.
H Vandcrlip had made certain proposals
to the soviet government at Moscow
H looking to the recognition of the Bol-
shpvlki government by the United
i LOBY SI I n. Ml M
H In making public the statement, So -
H rotary Colby said
H "The Wells referred to In the dls- !
i.ateh is undoubtedly Mr 11- G. Wells.!
H the British writer, w ho bus latch ro-
H turned to England from Russia, which,
H I Understand he lsiiod to obtain first-'
H band Impressions of c onditions in Rus-
H ma. The Vanderltp referred to In the'
B dispatch is projumaliiv Mr. Washing-!
H ion D. Vanderllp. to whom reference!
H i.'i made in the press dispatches of to- j
H day from Rondon nnd Los Angeles, j
H These press reports lend confirmation ,
H lo the object of Mr V andcrlip s actlv-j
H i ties an revealed in the department':
H official dispatches, ai d speak at length
H of Important and extensive concessions,
H which he claims to have received from'
H the soviet government
NO OTHER INFORMATION.
V "The department has no Inform. i -1
iiH! Hon beyond thnt contained In the !.--
M patch, I might say, howeveri thai It!
iiH i nmes without qualifying terms from
H an official of the department, In whom
H we place much d pi ndanco. He Is Mr
Hl Evan E. Young, our commissioner at I
Hj Riga, and is charged with the duly of:
reporting to the department significant!
Hl facts that come to his knowledge Tl.ej
j report thai Mr Vanderllp h is madi j
B proposals looking to the recognition of'
the soviet government and is apparent
ly bargaining thereon for valuable con
cessions, makes it proper for me to
state by way of warning, that, as the
government of 'he United Slates has
never rocegn.zed the Bolsheviki
'nne. American business men and in-;
iH vestors should bear In mind that any
eoncessions from the Bolshevik author-'
itios would have no certainly of rc-'
Iognlllon by tuture Russian govern-1
"It furthermore would be most re
grettable If any confusion shoud arise
in the minds of th soviet authorities!
as to the attitude of this government'
on the question of political recogni
1 tlon. This attitude has been stated In
"The receipt, however, of an offi-'
cial dispatch conveying the Intelligence,
that proposals looking to recognition;
have been made, even If irresponsibly j
makes n important that an opportunity
should be afforJid to the numerous
body of men reported from L"- nge-l
les to be associated with Mr Vander
I f but whose naces arc not published .
io del me i : ir ; . t i. :.: If anj
M VTTER ri'i sn i ii
ROS ANGELES, Oct 27. "The ?ii
uution Is this," said Ree Phillips, in
surance man. and a member of the;
syndicate "Mr Vanderllp came to
me and othcra ano reported that by I
his long sojourn in STiberla, he knew
Of the existence of rk h fields or min
erals, oils, etc He suid he believed
ho could secure a concession If prop
erly financed We finam d tin trip.
The first Information wrc rs i Ived from
lum came through the press. I have
my very serious d nbts thjt Mr. v.in
derllp made any fa Ire representations
lie had not authority from u? lis do so
The project hai no political signifi
cance. It is purely a business aff.-iir. "
Harry Chandler, publisher of the Los
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For all Departments, Call Phone
Seeking Girl. Marie Means, 13
1 year-old daughter of Ira Means. 2'J!)
; East Fifth South street. Salt Lake
is being sought by police throughout
the state, according to word from tlu
Ugden Police department.
The girl, who Is exceptionally ma- ,
lured for hci age, disappeared fr I
I S.ilt Lake in company with an older
, girl, it Is stated. The Means sirl looks!
I to be about 18 years old, it is re
1 Ogdcn Typewriter House for type- !
writers and repairs, 2-12J Hudson avc-
' oue Phone 236.
Visiting Hen. Mrs. Mark Thack-1
eray and son of Croydon, is visiting
In bgden for the week as the guests
' of her parent?. Mr. and Mrs. J A. I
, Calvert. Mrs. Thackeray was former-;
j ly Miss Alta Calvert.
' Phone 602 for messenger.
Lost- Black handbag at Utah Cafe. '
Finder kindly return keys to ISO W( !l
Second St. Rewvutd.
Moved to second lloor 219:i Lccle-
building Lt. W. H. Petty, Defitist.
Lliicolii ( irclc v At
ham Lincoln Circle, No. 9. Ladti i
the G A R. will meet Thuredav '
afternoon in the I. O. O. u. liall at S
o'clock Prompt attendance is re-1
Clean large iacs wanted at The
Standard ExamlCAT office. 2
Meeting Postponed Owing to I
.:. h of Mrs I abellc Fouler the ,
meeting of Camp D DaughWr ot tht
Pipneers, will noi be held until Thurs
day of iicm week. v
camp I,. Camp L. Daughters ol
the Pioneers, 'will meet with Mrswl
1 irtha Stymie tomorrow afternoon al
2 o'clock at her home on Harrlsvttye
Rotarians to Dine
Their Sorss Tonight
Amid Hallowe'en settings, sons oi
members of the Ogden Rotarj slub.
il! be guests of their fathers this eve
ning at " P- m :,t dlnn r to be given
in the Weber lub. Each Rotarlan .
has been notified to bring his son. or
In case he is short that son to dis
up and good American bo and bring,
The affair is to be known as "Fath
er and Sons Dinner." and promises!
some entertaining features which wilU
please both the boys and their dads..
Elaborate decorations are being made
in the club dining room.
George Glen, president of the Ogden J
Rotary club will preside. The program 1 1
Is being arranged by a committee II
headed bv the Rev John E. Carver. '
Bl KB! RRXES W I I 11
TURPENTINE H 1RGE
SPOKANE. Kale IIlx, his wife,
fed W illiam Mix canned blackberries
flavored with turpentine, he told ihe
court. She brought me my lunch oni
day and said she wished I was dead."'
he also announced They were mar
ried In 1 S 9 1 . The judge is thinking
Angeles Times, said M Vanderllp rep
resented purel) personal business in
terests here and elsewhere In the west.
"Mr Vandrjlp and those he repre
sents hae no connection, either per
sonal or political, with Senator Hard
ing." he said.
I Saw Mr. inderlip only once "
said M. H. Whlttler, oil operator "He
came Into my office with a Subscrip
tion paper. He told me he hid been
in Siberia and thought tln-re w.is oil
there There were on his paper the
names of some prominent men He f,-or
my check and left. That Is the first
and last time I have seen or heard of
him If there is any political signifi
cance about it. I don't know it. I'm
an oil man. not a politician "
' I know nothing about it whatever,"
rald F. w. Hiaun, wholesale druggist.
"I have no information about What Mr
, Vandcrlip as been doing. All I havi
j learned about lt has reached me
through the press "
I P Get Up in the morning tired
and unrefreshed, with a dull, heavy head,
often amounting to headache, to feel low
spirited and "blue" are svmptoms of
self-poisomng .by food poisons, not neu
tralized or eliminated by bowels, liver and
kidneys acting in harmony.
Bescham's Pills i
help to remove the cause of
this trouble. They act gent
yand safely, but also I
by drafiiiti SB l
rbronjbout th world HW5Sw' Jt
fa bciM, 10c, Z5c Wj&ffifiXW
I Now Comes Our-3 Days-Thursday-Friday-Saturday-3 Days
OCTOBER WIND-UP CLEARANCE I
I Of All High Class Fall Millinery
AT PRICES THAT WILL BE FAR MORE ELOQUENT THAN ANY STATEMENT OR COMPARISON
OF VALUES THAT WE MIGHT QUOTE.
j Come and Judge for Yourself
I This sale is occasioned by our Mid-winter Display soon to be announced,
I and for which we need the space, so the word has gone forth: "Clear out
. FalUia j
C Lmbraces Fall Models of the More Ex- BHj Includes ?mart hats of velvets and
elusive Types, many of which arc from WJSB d " V 1 n ' '" cmbinat.on- ft
q . 1 V-(W'P "'if ''ian-' omc quality hatters' plush,
if others arc cope- ct . . .ly modt.K r , ! cither 1 oil or straight brim -mode,
most of them sold earlier in the sea- ' jl N wonderful values' at their A
I son at almost lw.ee this price. p 1L f? pnCe' ValuCS Up t0
i ?,Cj?r?Ar OS -""J OCTOBER fas AP I
I sbkss W-y$ sc....$6.95 I
I AN . GROUP 3
ECONOMY 'n 5S OU W1' lin some startung values that must be seen to " REAL
EVENT aPPreciatcc naU fr matron or miss every concievable OPPORTUNITY
I WORTHY shape and color, trimmed in llowcrs. fancy ostrich or ribbon rosettes SAVE I
I Qp YOUR OI aPPliclues or Pain tailored. In this lot there are hats worth two R;A-1 MONEY
X VTTrMTinM an even three times this low clearance price. fip si r3 QUALITY
I AI.IhNHON OCTOBER CLEARANCE SALE AT 53.95 MERCHANDISE
i LAST & THOMAsT i
j MILLINERY DEPARTMENT j
DEPLORES LOSS I
OF NATIVE SK!
Birds and Beasts Near Extinc
tion in America. Dele
OMAHA. Neb. Oct 37 Lr II Gifrj
,ford, of Omaha, told delegates attend
ing tho annual convention ot tlu
American Humane association here
today that "the Instinct to kill, which
Is the tiasest t all hunting for sporl
Is 'a relic of the stone age." He ado
culcd drastic legislation for total SUP-j
I pression of Uxe destruclion of harmless
birds and bc-asts.
"As a result of so-called sport." he'
said, "the birds and animals common-'
j ly classified as game arc rapldl) a
iproachlnj; extinction. Ethically speak-'
' Ing. the only justifiable hunter Is the
; "pot hunter.' lie kill because he neecfc
i the food or has to make a lhiiiR.!
v.hll' the sportsman to whom the pot
hunter Is the scum of the earth, kills
j for the fun of killing and from a
1 standpoint -of humanity, is ages behind
Lh man who shools for a living " j
A division among the delegates onj
Uie question of child insurance devel-
oped today, and a resolution condemn
ing the practice was pent back to the
cmmlttee lor amendment
The convention, which has been In'
.session since Monday, will close to-
morrow when the 1 9il meeting place
i will be Belei ted
HOSTIIiE FORCE ADVANCES
PEKING. Oct. 26. I By the Associ
ated Prc?- i A hostile force, supposed
) to be the troops of General Baron
Lngern SternbeEgi IS reported to be
advancing upon ihe CH of l.rga, Muii
! goha, the- chief town of the northern
j district of ihe country The Chinese
j wireless plain In the town has ceased
i operations owinc lo Its havlne been
abandoned because of the approach of
j the enemy. Tho small force- of Chin
M troops gai I isoninp l'r;.M i.- r-pirt-d
to have alreadv clashed with the ad
vancing fori e
General Baron L'ngcrn Sternberg,
who was connected with General Sem
r.off. the Cossack leader, recently un
idertook an advance on Irkutsk, but
'as defeated by troops loyal lo the
Verkjie-Udinsk government and fe
I treated southward'
I On Manhattan Island. New York.
! there a,re 12,000 passenger. 55i".
freight and 5000 t idewalk elevators.
m in j-tnj-mMluiir,m.iH iiimiihi um
ON FINAL SWING
Nominee Leaves Home City
For Last Tour of Ohio
MARION, , Ocl J7 The league
f nations, tariff protection American
ism and onstitulion.il government arc
expected to be headllners among the
Issues discussed b Senator Harding
on his final campaign swing through
Ohio, beginning today and ending Sat
urday night itli a speech in Colum
bus In addition the Republican candidate
will sum up for the voters of his own
t.it,- ihe detailed platform which he
has laid down durlntr the campaign
and on which he is asking for a na
tional Republican victory at next
week's election. t
Leaving Marlon shortly after noon,
the senator's train is due In Cleveland
m time to permit him to take dinner
at B downtown hotel before his night
INTO COURT FOR
OMAHA, Neb, Oct 27. Will
lam F Brooks, of Blair. Nib., nn
aviator who recently was charted
with disturbing the peace after
he had been flying lower than thn
roofs of bulldlnp-s In the heart of
Omaha's business district, was dts
charged. when he appeared before
Rollcp Judge C. E. Foster today
Judge Foster warned that a
rrprditlon of the "stunt" would
bring a fine, and predicred that
ordinances noverning flying m
cities would be enacted. (
NOBODY HOME! SO
ROY GOES FREE
FRANKFORT, Ky. Vou have t0 be
-it home to be lawfully pincheo for
llkker making here. Roy Youinans
summoned to court because of'lcers
found a still and whiskey in his cellar
was acquitted because the com; ofi
appeals held that it was unlawful for
the oops to enter Roy's house while'
he wasn't home
COX COMES BACK
! TO HOME STATE
Local Committees Make Big
Preparations for "Our
j MIDDIJ3TOWN, O., Oct. 27 Home
.folks today were the objects of cam-l
paigninK hy Governor Cox. of Uhio.
Here, where he was born ami spent his'
! boyhood days, and later today at Day-;
I ton. his residence, the Democrat lei
I presidential candidate brought his
' candidacy and his pleas for the leaguel
I oi nations anu o..in-r campaign hoc
Local committees had made unusual
' preparations for the candidate's hom
I efforts. Buildings were decorated With
flags and lithographs of "iiur Jimm;
and his running mate. Franklin U
Roosevelt, and large reception commit
tees, with brass bands, appointed
I Mapj relatives Of the candidate In'clud
I ing h!s father. Gilbert Cox, of Eaton,
i nearby village, were Invited as spe-
cial Kuests of honor
Arriving lure from Cincinnati where
the governor spe nt the night after a
' meeting marking his return to his na
I tive state for final and intensive cam
I palgnilig the candidate was prepared
to tell his lrlends and neighbors of his
i light across the nation for American
I membership in the league
Deaths and Funerals
MCRPHT i un ral ser i
J. (Maggie) Murphy, former Ogdcn I
ball player, were held this morning in I
St. Joseph's church. Services win
conducted by Mgi P M Cushnahan.
Tathi-r John .Lagan was In charge of
the commltal services al lh- vioiint in j
WILL BE ASKED
WASHINGTON, Oct 27. SccreiarN
Colin today made an engagement tp
receive at the stale department tonight
a delegation asking recognition bj th
t nit. - i States of th Irish republic
The dede-ation will h- headed b.
Frank P Walsh, former joint chair
man of the war labor board.
A statement issued b the Irish bur
eau said the delegation in addition to
urKlnr Immediate recognition ot tl
iilsh republic, would presem are
quest that the American goverhmi .:
use its good offices to prevail on i
Great Britain to withdraw .ill troops
TACOMA NEWS WOMAN
WILL HE IWUICTED
j NEW YORK. Oct 27. Governor
Smith announced tod a-, he would grant
.' ppllca t Ion 1" the state u( ash I i.?:ori
far extradition of Miss BeU lir.iii,
:inl. Taeoma newspaper woman e-har--jed
with having kidnaped the two-year
i old sop of George T. Staeg from his
i mothe r's home- In that City. The gov
ernor said lie would sign the papers
The governor granted the day's de
lay to give Miss Bralliard'e counsel an I
Opportunity to prepare further aperc'
in the case.
Miss Brainards' attorney attempted
t( .-how that the kidnaping ads done
by the boys father and that she had'
committed no crime.
Miss Ada Cunningham, grandmother
Of the child, who came from Tacoma.
and Captain John H. Strickland, ol
the Tacoma police, attended the hew
NEW Hit k-v
MEMPHIS Tom Watson, president
of the Memphis baseball club, has an
nounced that the 1921 Chicks will be
practically a new outfit. Il i- draft
ing and buying players.
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