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VVEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 27. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3
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I Large Spud Yield
Reported in Utah
Potato digging In Ulnh. Idaho andi
ttto iiorthwfsi.ni states is prot-tc iding
la n -.ci ist.icioi manner despite re-1
cent ntornv, it ntl unusually lurgc rropsi
art- blng harvested, according to re-.
poii i ' i t 1 1 bj Miner M. Justin. '
state crop Statistician. Thfl potatoes
are In excellent condition and have
suffered little Injury from frost or dis
ease. Contrary to reports a month afro Bel"
;n potato production in eastern
ami middle western states, quantity,
and quality Of 'he tuber productions in
those states have been considerably de
creased, rind the bumper crop wlih-li
it was Intimated would flood the mar
ket is not llkely'to materialise.
In .Maine, New York. Wrmont. llli-
nols and Michigan all noted for largo
potato yields potato rot is said to
haw played havoc and to have reduc
ed the yields much below the esti
mates of a month ago In Michigan,
the crop has Buffered from aphis, leaf
hopper and blight.
These conditions indicate that the
potato fields ot Utah and Idaho will
In railed upon ti supply mans markets
which normally obtain their products
from other states and in the event suf
ficient curs for shipping are available,
unprecedented prosp'erlty is predicted
for growers in these states.
I egg Q
I The Quality leader "
I Commands tire highest
prices ijet leads in sales.
The Reason- Quality
Dipse who want quality
I fi'sjwll will paij the price. J
I i No household commissaru
J complete without it J
Idiovm everywhere -Buy ii by
ine dozen for your home
I Visitors cordta ni'ied to inspect our planf,
I ANHclJSER-BUSCrL ST. LOUIS
f Hemenway & Moser Co.
l sBsBsik Distributors, Ogden mmmmmk
SLAYER OF GIRL ;
TRIED IN ITALY
Damaging Evidence Against
Cocchi Given by Attorney
From New York
I'HiOXA. Italy. Oct. CT At the
eonclusion Tuesday of the trial of Al
ifredo Cocchi. chanced with thr murder
I Of Ruth Crugcr. In New York in 1517.
i i we ii I'.oiian. an nsslst.nt district at
torney of Nen- York Cltj testified. Mr.
Mohan said that Coo-hl's wife, who was
accused b the prisoner of having
leonamitted the crime, but who wast
I exonerated, was a hard working and '
moral woman and that Coeehl's eldest;
daughter ;n dead Cocchi previously,
had testified that he made his confes
jslon of killing Miss Crugr .- as to
protect his wife and children. The tes
ttmon of Mr Itohan was declared by J
the defense to have considerably w .ik
'"ni d the picas of the defendant.
Mr Botufn's testimony that one of
Cocchi's children was dead created a
'sensation Few persons In the court
; had knowledge of this. Judge BaK-1
inoln scowled at Cocchi: the defend-j
jant's own lawyer frowned and the Jury .
Mr. Bohan laid emphasis on the,
morality of Mrs. Coochl and hrr hard
I working traits. Until he had given
I lils testimony Cocchi had been able to'
I assail his wife without rebuttal.
The defense today still based its en-!
I tiro case on the desire of Cocchi to
protect his wife.
Colton Makes His
Don B. Colton, Republican candi
date for congress has moved his head
quarters Into Weber county and for
the remainder of his campaign will
address Weber county audlenecs ex
clusively, according to an announce
ment made at Republican headquar-l
U rs today Practically every day and
night during the week will sec Mr.
Colton in action and he win take
prominent part In winding up the
entire campaign within tbe county
last night marked the first ap
pearance of Mr. Colton in Weber coun
ty and he spoke briefly before a mice
gathering in the Orpheum thca'ro
which had met to hear former Senator
George Sutherland discuss the league
of nations and give Interesting in
sights of the Republican presidential
candidate. Senator Harding.
Mr. Colton has returned from a
swing of the southern portion of the
state where ho talked before many
"Neighborhood rallies.' are to be
ih" poSuilar events in Republican
ranks in the city and county this
Week and on each night when no big
rallies are scheduled the smaller meet
ings will be held in all wards, accord
ing to information given out at Re
publican lie adnua.ru rs todur.
The "neighborhood rallies" will con
sist mostly In heart-to-heart talks
among the people within the various
uled. Women speakers arc also being
made to distribute many speakers
throughout the city. Candidates on
the Republican ticket will be among
the speakers, although many orncr
prominent Republicans arc also sched
uled. Women speakers arc also be
arranged for distribution to the vari
ous districts and wards, it was said.
The opening rally of this kind will
be held in the Filigree school this
evening at 7:30 o'clock Tomorrow
night the rallies arc scheduhed In the
South Washington school and the
Twelfth ward amusement hall Roth
the.se meetings will open at 7:30
LAST TIME TODAY TD
SEE CH1S. MY li "15
MINS. FROM B'DWAY"
Today will be the last opportunity
of the theatre-goers of Ogden to see
Charles Ray in the great success "t j
Minutes From Broadway" which closes
a four days' very successful contract
engagement at tbe Ogden theatio to
day. During the past four days thou
sands of people of the city and county
who had seen the famous George M.
Cohan comedy drama of the same
name saw the motion picture and pro
nounced it one of the features of the
Starting Thursday I.piv Cody, "the
man with a thousand loves. ' will be
seen in "Occasionally Yours," another
powerful drama of ever day life. One
of the sensational scenes in the pic
ture is in the artist's studio where the
true color and real life is shown in
, the poses by the models. It is the
f real pictuer of a studio, but contains
nothing to shock the most resered,
but the color is there.
Starting Sunday will be the great
Metro superspeclal, "The Great Re
deemer," which 1 said to be one of
the greatest human interest photo
plays of the year It is a feature pro
duced by an all-?iar cast with a pow
OPENS NEW BANK NOV. 1
QUCVBLiAND, Oct. :'7. The broth
erhood of Io omotl e Iviigineers' Co
operative National bank of Cleveland,
Tuesday received Its charter from the
comptroller and will open its doors for
l business November 1. This it is said,
is the first labor bank and the first
cooperative commercial bank in the
The capital of tho bank is H.000.
000 With a paid in Surplus ot S1OU.O0O.
The stock is own ii exclusively by the
LSrotherhood and its membeYs. and . a
oversubscribed in excels of $300,000.
despite the fact that the annual divi
dends are limited to ten per cent.
Officials of the new bank are:
President. W. s. Stone, grand chief
ot the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers; vice president and cashier.
TC. B Prentsr, general secretary
treasurer of the brotherhood: vice
president and manager, w. F- McCaleb
formerly active vice chairman of the
I 'alias Federal Reserve bank
Th- grand officers of th brother
hood will be the directors of the bank.
This ef's Specials I
A Handsome Four Piece
Parlor Suite I
Upholstered in tapestry, . shown in our south window.
Regular price, $250. Special $180
Another 3 -piece Mahogany and Cane. Regular $385.
Special at $280 IH
and RAG RUGS ,1
Sizes Regular Price Special
2x 3 $ 2.00 $ 1.35
3x 6 4.50 3.00
4x 7 8.00 5.35
6x 9 15.00 10.00
xlO 22.00 14.65
Other Qualities in Proportion I
ff3 -I I
Parker at Head of
Dr. E. G. Fetcrson, president of the
Utah Agricultural college, and also
president of the Utah Irrigation and
Drainage congress has announced the
appointment of a committee on legis
lation of that congress.
The chairman is A. F Parker of Og
den, chief engineer of the I'tah Water
Storage association. Other members
of the committee arc E. A. Porter. Sa
lina; Dr. Georg- Thomas of the T'ni
vcrsity of Utah; C. C. Jacob, water
commissioner at Roosevelt; Attorney
A. M. Cheney of Salt Litlke and II
8. Klcinsehmldt, also of Salt Lake. j
Mr. Parker already has made sev
eral public addresses in which he has
pointed to the need, as h, sees it, of a
state development service which shall
I function in part as a reclamation serv-
ice, and in part may servo a a forlim
where different Irrigation districts
i gaining their water supply from, the
I same sources may meet to harmonise
Ithelr claims with the best ultimate de
velopment of all available water sup-
lIy as th goal. It is quite probable
(that the commite. among other things
will be asked to consider a' develop
ment service law.
SENDS WATCH AND CHAIN
FUR DEMOCRATIC FUND
NEW YORK, Oct. Edgar Carl-
to Stinger, of Clear Iake. Minn., sent
la gold watch anl chain to the Demo-
cratle national committee as hiy con
tribution to the Democratic fund. Still
running, the Watch was received ut
headquarters today with a letter from
Mrs7Hyde Will Talk
In Ogden Saturday
Mr Jeannotte A. Hyde of Salt Lako
will be one of th speakers at a rally
to bo staged here Saturday night and
at Farmlngton Monday, with Senator
Reed Smoot. according to an an
nuimc' iiicnt mad,, by Republican state j1
hi dquarters, Mrs. Myde will be list- 1
ed among the speakers who will tak
n the final big Rf publican rally
Of the campaign in Ogden-
Repui.ip in candidates' rally will be
held in the Hotel Utah at Salt Lake
al :i o'clock 'Ins evening. Music, 1
speaking by former Mayor W. Mont
i . i Professor lyvi Edgar Young
and w i Livingston, dancing and re
m. i tni ntl make up the program.
Committees of women have been ap
pointed on the different committees.
vinston-Salcm, N. C.
DEAR OLD PETE: Friday p. m. j
Just wound up the one swellest day of I
my life! Since early this morning, when I
got an invitation to visit R. J. Reynolds
Tobacco Co. factories, I've been in the
midst of millions of Camel cigarettes.
2 Man the happiest idea you or I ever
Jr ' nad as to the size of this Reynolds enter- f
' 'v- prise, or the number of Camels manufac
- ) -alglSx A iured daily, is simply piker-stuff ! Vipe
""; r. off the slate and start fresh! Why Pete,
c'?'tp. - it seemed tome like a couple of those ciga-
" rctte-making machines could keep hair the
nation smoking Camels steadily BUT
r- ' , " - honest to goodness, there are hundreds of
CV these machines batting out Camels at the
C ' rate of 27.000 an hour EA CH!
Pete, you wouldn't have to consult a guide
book to know you were in The Camel fac- S
tones! The atmosphere is charged with
that wonderful aroma you get when you
open up a deck of Camels! And, you knov;,
old elephant you've had a trunk full!
As the Camels dropped into the contain
ers T figured the delight each one would
supply! And, how Camels mellow, mild
body would hit the right spot and how
Camels refreshing flavor would cheer up
some smoker's jaded appetite! And, each srv, l v
Camel free from any unpleasant cigaretty Sti
aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor!
Pete I'll have to lay off and light an- r., H
rTj p; 3V other Camel! Write you some more soon. (.s--qfJagi
Ssl0" Wflfe Vours joyously C-