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I T THE OGDEN STANOAKU-LXAM1INLR WEDNESDAY EVENING, UllimcK Z, 19ZU.
In Her Latest Triumph JB&jjjf , ; S
from the Novel by c, . r , ,
. She tned rree love and
Kat'deen !Ws paid &e pipel.,
nHKdsu the nrcst
High Life among Lojv Lights A Bohemian Cocktail
Hank Prices Orpheum
Mann Kiddie ... 10c Orchestra
Comedy Adults 30c Concert
I GERMANY'S PRIZE POLICE
HOUND MOVES TO AMERICA
INTEW YORK" Dolt' von Ditrnbrook." the 1019 iJenuan grand !
J champion ol i e dog. will make ln home in Auaerictfti hereaiter P.
A. B. Widener reronth pim liascij ilu- liound and liroupht llim 1"
this country, with a special veterinarian and attendants Dolf
the first of his rani, ever sold outside oJ Germany
I FAKE DIVORCE DECREES
SOLD BRING INDICTMENT
ANXISTON, Ala.. Oct. 2" Judpe
Jumes V. Ortin arrested here on Oc
tober 12, on a. federal warrant charg
mg use of th: nialln to defraud and
who is dangerously ill, -was indicted by
a federal (frand jury upo-n several
counts of having distributed many divorce-
decrees hearing the forged signa
tures of court officials for which he
received a uniform price of 25 each.
The government s investigation Was
said to have disclosed that the practice
had been in operation since 19)
Many Illegal mnrrlaKe- h.ive been :.
tracted tfl a resul;. Most of the alleged
fraudulent divorces were sold to per
I -oris living In Gcurglu according to
Assistant District Attorney Smith
SILENT FOR TEN YEARS.
CONVICT TO BE FREED
KfST N. Oct. 27 Patrick c. Han
ley, known in the state prison
"Corky the Silent.' who was com
mitted in October 1895. as a habitual
I criminal, and has refusod to utter a
word for the lost ten years will be
I released todav. ills sentence which
w-as prolonged by attempts to escape
and ii countorfeltinir fehemc within
the prison walls, has expired.
Hanb-v took a vow of silence after
I a fellow prisoner revealed to th- ward-
en a secret plan with which Hanley
had entrusted him.
New York got its first fire engines
'.from Rnpland In 1731.
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CALLS TO VOTERS
Pre-election Appeal for Debs
And Steclman Solicits
CHICAGO Oct 2". The national i
executive committee of ths Socialist
Ipartv Issued an appeal hero Tuesday1
urging Soelulist synipatbiv-era and sup-1
portei to vote for Eugene V. Debs;
and S-yraour Qtedman nominees for
president and vice president rc?p i -lively
"The national executive committee
I of the Socialist party, In the closing
hours of t his memorable campaign, ad-j
drones to you a note of warning." says
the app'-af The drift from the pur-,
ties of capitalism har be--n conceded
even by our opponents. It Is admit-,
ted thai .ill "it" indicate a tremen
dous von- for the .Socialist party can-,
didatcs. Kugcne V. Debs and Seymour,
"The activity of the KcpjJblican and
Democrat" parties to the financial and
eaphalist oligarchy is as notorious as
the servility of the Whig :nd Ocmo-
rratlc partic- to a handful "f slove
owners and slave trudcrs In the declln-j
.ng day- oi slaveo-.
"T'nelr reeorrt of domestic reaction
at home eduala their recorl of bn; : . 1
coiniu'st overseas if Democratic wl
. he mulled fist In Haiti end San
pomlrnfo is a shocking record of bru-j
lal o;rthroiv of .sinter republics and
military rule' in the Interests of Atner
Icai hankers It should not he torgot-j
ten that all this merely followu th ex-'
ample set by the Republicans in tlx
conquest of Hawaii and the Philip- !
pinca. American lihperlnllsm now has.
a half rior.n little Helglums to the one
possessed by the forme-r QorrnaQ ruler!
MISS PANKHURST WON'T
TRY HUNGER STRIKE NOW
LONDON ct. 27 By the Associ-1
ated Press i Sylvia Pankhurst the I
militant suff raget e. in a letter to I
Nikolai LenlnO; the HolshcMkl promier
which Is now In the hands of the gov-1
eminent, is said to have made this In
"1 expect six months imprisonment.
I have considered the hunger strike,
but I :mi afraid that weapon has been
destroyed eince the government ie let-l
ling the Irish hunger strikers die
Miss PankhurSI was arrested last1
week charged with publishing sedltl-
ous llti-rature. She was admitted to j
bail pending trial.
Several cais ago Miss 1'ankhtirst1
was among the first of alleged offend-j
er against British law and order, who
weAt on hunger strikes and thus ob- '
Ukined their release.
SEN. REED ASMAMED OF
BOTH COX AND HARDING
MAI IS i.W ct J7. Senator James
A. Reed ol Misourl declared Tuesday;
nlglit that h WBe lo-artily ashamed of (
rioth llardinx and 'ox as presidential
cundldates In a political speech here, j
addressed largely to unlersity stu-'
"The one thing we have to be than:- -ful
for is that we don't have to ) I
both of rhem," he said
The league of nations was flayed by)
the Democratic senator.
'COALS TO NEWCASTLE
IS NO LONGER FABLE
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 27. Carry-j
Ing conls to Newcastle" is no longer
:i mere figure of sp-ei h aCi ordlng to
J. VY I' orKle. an xporter of that city '
who arrived here Already', because of I
the British miners' strike, a ship loudi
ha been Sent to Newcastle I'rnm Ohlna. I
and unless more eoal is imported info!
the famous coal center, the fuel will
!- rat-oned, he predicted, adding that
the supply amassed agalhSt the strike1
will last only six weeks.
ATTACKS PEACE TREATY, I
NOT WORLD COVENANT
DENVIDH (so net Declaring'
that the peace treaty itself and not ;
! the league of nations.'' Is the (freatest ;
; reason wh5- the United States should !
not rati.'; ir, Senator Thomas of Colo
rado, in u campaign address her.' Tnes- '
day night, asserted' the Versailles doc- ,
I Utnent gives the reparations commit-1
tee more power than the German kal-
ser, Ivan the Terrible of Russia or the :
i Caesars ever had
MAC SWINEY IS TERMED
VICTIM OF CAPITALISM
CHICAGO, Oct. 27- Sevmour Sted
man, Socialist nominee for vice presi
dnt. Issued a statement eulogizing
ITcrcriee MacSwlney as a "vk-tim of
I bold. eedy. imperial British capital
Ism, a martyr to the cauise of human1
I "Hr offorod his young life," Mr
Stodmnn continued, ''and carried his
I cross to evidence his faith, and to
I prove again to a stupid world that
' lrlh independence can not be crush-1
:ed by force."
COLLEGE YELLS ALL 0. K.
BUI NUI Al MIUNIUHI
MILWAUKEE. Oct 27. College
yells are proper In their place but thoir
place is not in the city streets it
midnight. Police Judge Page decided
here when seven Marquette onlvorslty
I students were brought before him
charged witxh disturbing the peace. Th.
students, who were arrested shortly
after midnight, when they lot loose a
chorus of college yells In a downtown
street, were fined JS and costs ea.ch.
GETS GLAD HOME NEWS
WHILE DOWN UNDER SEA
NEW YORK, Oct. 2 7. Frederick
W. Whitchea-d was u a diver's suit
several fathoms under sea off Capc
Ilonlopen trying to salvage The ill
fated sabm.irlne S-'. of which ho was
chief mechanic's mate when it Rank
In September, when he received a wire
less messaifi. to come home The mes
sage was received by the S5 and re
layed to him by a telephone attached
to his suit. At his home in Brook
lyn Tuesduy ho announced the s'.ork
had left a baby girl.
RAGGED BEARD HELD
CAUSE OF VAGRANCY
SANTA ANA. Calif.. Oct 27. A sen
tence thai he be . lean shaven for six
months he mum pass in Jail waa Im
posed by Justice J. B. Cox here yes
terday on James Furry, convicted of
Furry's beard. Jus'tce Cox held, was
j the chief reason lor his om riness and
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Widow of Lord Mayor
Attends London Inquest
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hunger .strike, were today lornpleting'
arrangements for the funeral oi the i
lord mayor. It was expected that the '
body today would be turned over to;
them by government authorities fol
lowing the autopsy set for this morn
ing und plnns already nnnounced eon-I
i im plate its removal to St. Oeorjrc'e
. al hedrol. it probabl will remain 1
there until Thursday when a requiem
mass will be celebrated, after which
the funeral pro"-3don will .-.tai '
Bust on station.
The cortege is ejepected to reach'
there at about four o'clock when the I
procession will line up and be dls- j
missed. The body will probably reach I
Dublin early on Friday and there v. ill
be received by various organlzaf ions.
UJNDON, Oct. 27. The Evening!
News today prints the following state
ment which It says was made by the
deputj lord mayor of Cork
"We are leaving behind us in your
capital man of our patriots who will i
see that the debt of your government
Is fully paid. The English govern
ment may think they have stifled us.
but therti will he reprisals and soon-"
(A Dondon dispatch Tuesday said a
deputation of twenty-one members of
I the corporation of Cork, headed by
I Deputy Mayor O'Calla, had arrived J
that inornlnc to attend the London
services for the lale Iord Mayor Mac
Swlney and accompany the funeral I
I party to Cork.)
DANSEY CASE CLOSES
WITH RELEASE OF PAIR
MAVS LANDING. N. J . Oct. 27.
The last chapter la the Dan-- eaet
was probably written Tuesday when
Charhv S. White and .Mrs. F.dtth Jones,
housekeeper for White's father, were
ulschnrge from uslod . Thev had
been under 1'iul fur a year In connec
tion with the disappearance of Hilly
Dansey the four-year-old boy, whose
boO - was later found In a IWMDP.
Their release follows the failure of a
grand Jur to find indictments against
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