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I . wrnivFvnAY F VTlNING OCTOBER 27, 1920. fctee
THE OGDEN 5TANDAP.D-fcXAMlNER WEDIVE5UAT tVLiiinu, v
t )m FOXTROT
$100 Prize ,
LILLIAN THATCHER ORCHESTRA
'eest foxtr otter 'wins $50 "ritrzE
CONTEST COVERS SIX WEEKS
Dancing 9 to Ivlidnht. Couple 85c. Special Pnce for Extra
I " CLEVELAND, -To tell voters of the nation; "Win I am coi
the League of Nations and fox." repregentativee ol the Association
in P.cliali of the League of Nations ore touring the country. ,Lefl to
rij?ht. Professor Irving Fisher, of Yale nuiverslty, and head of the
association for th- Ua-ur. Newton l Baker secretary of war. Lieut.
Col Charles W. Whittlesey commander of the famous los1 battalion;
and Herbert Parsons, Eormer Sew York Republican national commit
Eecman, are members ol the pari
S. P. Minor Officials
I On Tour of Inspection
I Superintendent and Division Engln-
J eers of the Stockton. Sacramento.
1 Western and Salt L.kti divisions, of,
the Southern Pacific railroad, who are
1 making their annual inspection t rtp ,
1 over the entire Southern Taciftc dlvl-,
f rion, will arrive in Opden Friday morn-j
I The road officials, traveling In four,
private car:, started on October '' T. for
WsStWOOd, on the WrMoorJ hnmrh!
of the road in Kgv&da. Haxcn, Chun li
hlll, Fallon. ,lonnd Mouse ar-- amonp
the stations visited.
The party is it Mmu today, :nil will
proceed to llontcllo, They Will then(
make an Inspection c.r the old jttaln
line, around the north end of fin :il
Suit Lake. From Kellon. they will ar- i
rive In I 'irdan
flfr vlBltln Orden the part' will
inspect the tnnin line between Ogden
and CarllB, and will then proceed to j
the other division?.
Division Knciieer otls Weeki and
Superintendent K L. Kins of th. Bait
Lake division, of the Southern Pacific
are included amon? the members of,'
tin- party. 1
The annual inspection trip is held ,
for the purpose of ascertaining 'he
de-ree of efficiency regarding track;
and station upkeep. Prizes Will he,
awarded for the best kept station and
the best kept division at the temiina-
lion of the trip.
Wilson Ward Holds
j Conference Sunday
The annual ward conference of the
Wilson ward will he held nef Sunday!
according to announcement made by
P.lshop I. H. Piatt .Meet incrs will be
laid nt io.r.0 o'clock in the morning
with tho Sunday school and at 1
0 i lock In the nf lernoon a sacrament
and buslnes meet ins will be held All
members of tht ward are urped to
President Johti V ninth of the
North Weber sUiJce presidency and
mombers of the hish council will bo
About 1,200,000,000 ton1; of coal are
used throughout the world annually
I Special October
H MILLINERY SALE
A great reduction on all trimmed hats,
extra special values in hatters' plush,
tailored and trimmed hats, at $2.95, $3.95
and $4.95 each.
Low prices on Children's Hats.
I Stafford Millinery Co.
2455 Washington Ave,
SUNDAY SCHOOL L
SESSIONS OPEN j
State Association Begins Two
Day Convention at
Baptist Church $
The initial session r,f the Th"" I
fourth annual convention of the Utah
State Sundav School association , j
opened -hi- morning m the First Ran- ( I
ehurch. The meetings win dc j
. ontlnued tomorrow. I j
Renrnsenl Ltlvei from churches In I
nraetlcallj all eountlei o! the state .ye
In attendance The devotional service
his mornii I inducted by Homer i
x Sejp md the addreaa of welcome i
was given by the Re W L. Melllnget S
tmd a reppon-e WAB piven by A. &. i
Eberhardl of Sail Lhe, president o! I
the association. R"h speakers tm- J
pressed the supreme importance nt j
rellelous education, m-i.-s I
,,r r.eorjre ii YnunB of Portland, l
Ore .lire-tor of reunions education
of the Baptist Publication society ad
dressed the meeting on the subje. t.
The Teacher " .., i
I The r,e Godfrey Matthews will ,
preside at the session this afternoon.
Superintendent B W W' ;
, Mtauro ! due to arrive In Otrden
I tSeUi afternoon and will speak tonight
at 7 : SO o'clock
The program follow.:
I -fio Worship Rev. Godfrey Mat
thews presiding. ... .
vocal polo Mrs i sonora age
Address, Hymnody and Music Rev
John B Carver, D. D.
I 3 311 Divisional conferences
Children Superintendent Frieda
?oung Pc-opI" Superintendent
Adult Superintendent w
Administrative President A-
4 SO RecesF rv
7:80 Praise and Prayerr-Re?
Christian R. Grver. PTJnf Mr c
Vocal duet Mrs. Lee Miller. Mr. C.
-JSS The n.P.r-Dr. Young.
Address Superintendent Halpenn
10;30 Devotional Period
vioim solo Mies MfaIm,fl
Business and reports State OffJ.
,rs County Officers. Schools, torn
mltteee, Flection of Officers.
11:80 Address, The D:sson -"L'r-
AddreaB inperintendent Halpenny.
12: SO Recess.
To Ipsorc publication In r"-Standard-Examhier
aoclt ij section
on Sunday, all articles or a social
uaturv nlnsl be in ImuwIs "i inc
3iclct:, eiliinr not Later than I rl-ilay.
HALLOWE'EN ( ARM! M
Th- Mutual Improvement U
Ition of the Flrt ward will .t.iertain
a. a Hdllowe'en party Thursday eve
ning in their amusement hall, raere
will be dancing und games and USUOW
e en fun t very sort. Mombcrs and
friends have been Iffvlted.
Si JOSEPH'S SEWING CIRCLE
Members of the St Josephs Sew
ing Circle will bd entertain, d Thnrs
day afternoon at the SI Joaeph'S hall
I b Mrs V 11 Tayloi
i.w. i pi nm :d
Fonrtcfiith ward Sunday school of
ficers and teai hers will be hosts and
hoxtesMo:. Thuradajy evening at a Hal
loween party to be gcn in the ward
nrtn.i -i i r t HONOK1 D
Mlaa Afton Stringhart, an October
bride, was the complimented gueal at
, miscellaneous shower last Friday
. enlng t 'he home of Miss Nettle
derrick on Washington avenue The
rooms were decorated with fall flow
, i-s Cain. wrc enjoyed during the
evening and refreshments were served
Miss Hrricl. wan a". ,s:.-,l b licr moth
er. Mrs. Agnes Herrlclt, and sisters.
Mrs Frank J Stevens. Mrs VV, D. Fnr
dv nnd Mrs. P. F Randall. Twenty
guesfS were present for the evening
I .I)ll(. W M ! RS HY.
Mr and Mrs W. H. Bcaudoln en
tertained sit B Halloween pa.rtv last
Friday evening at their home, 224 I
Twenty first street. In celebration of j
ihclr wedding anniversary. Hallow
e'en same.-, .md ghost stories furnished
the enjoyment for the evening, riinch-!
eon was served to seventeen guests
( MP i TO mi n
Camp K. Daughters of the rior.eers
will meet Thursday afternoon at 2.30
o'clock ut the residence of Mrs Mar-
tha Duly, 662 Twenty-second street. I
'"amp R will meet at the home of Mrs.
O. A. Ijshus. 16X3 Hudson avenue, at
j 80 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
James Plngree will be the visiting
member Camp B, Daughters of the
Fbineer.- will meet Thursdav tlth Mrs.
I Hartlett. 2114 Orant avenue
Dart nlKht was the flrt night of
Danoeland'a big fox trot contest. The
dancers receiving the largest number
of votes were Mr Prankle Fernandas
1 34i d Miss Gladys" "Weaver, First, leo
Carney, and Grace Hancock second
, I IllS CUUkCSI " HJUU HIU' II ll'-tOl
I niKht and will run for six weeks. The
I winners at the end of six weeks will
I receive S30. the second $20. This is a
m liberal prize when ono considers
that the management dots not raise
the price of admission for this occa
sion The waltzing contest closed
.Tuesday 'et 1 ft the winners were Mr.
and Mrs Fee lartlett. first: Joe Mus
I grave and Maud Folkcr, second This
'contest was a roaring success from
Istart to finish, so mu h in fact that
oifier halls have Imlta'cd DanOSland'l
(original tdex There will be special
'features at the danrr Thursday
The regular fktturdav night dance
'will close the week. Dane-land cos
Itumes are for rent at all timrj to the
I public hours from 1 to E at the hall
tor see Oils Reevs at the Song Shop
I tor Information
Miss Morrison teaches dancing at
Dan- i in. i every Wednesday and Sat
urday from 1 to 8 p. m Adv
Shoes Stolen From
Fifteen pairs of boys' and women":
ehoed were stolen during the nigh!
, from a box car a1 the Bamberger
Igbi mine according to report i
i 'de to the P0l C
,c.eajse.'-iBs.).na.c-eBe.' WMf J WlW J BS
A GOODVLApE TO TRADE j
A Great Sale of Women's Shoes I
Opens Tomorrow Downstairs !
I Awaited bv hundreds of women; now comes the most important sale of j M
1 fine shoes that has vet been offered by the new Downstairs Shoe Store. M
! With hundreds of pairs of manufacturers' samples, with hundreds of pairs - M
from our own good stocks, this sale offers the handsomest shoes of the pros-
! ent season at a" price that is about half their present-day values. j H
! Included are such good shoes as Wright & Peters. Boyd Welsh, John Kelly, j K
I pgpBl Black, brown and tan; high and low heels; light fflTfftrH I
I and welt soles shoes for every occasion. 'U; j: j H
; fi; Women who know the goodness of these M : j Wk
actual $ 1 7 values. On sale tomorrow in the jjSjj fg7 j H
' v Downstairs Store. ' jP j m j r J
Painter's Quick . 1
Wit Saves Him j
From Long Fall
Sonv are horn lucUy. other-- ac- j
quire luck, and many have luck thrust
upon them The latter applies to the (
case of an unidentified painter who,,
tell through a skylight at the South
,.rn I'acifle shops yesterday f-"0?"'
The painter was working on ine
roof of the shop. In some i mahner .he
aliened through the skylight. Instlnc-
V v throwing o. his arms hla hand.
.amc in contact with an iron bra-e
rod, some three or four feet belOW
he Point where he had dropped
through the skyllghl I
The tinkling of falling glass at
traeted attention of workers a hund
rel feet below Gazing upward thej
Sw the painter, swinging vloley
with one hand cJasped over the Iron
brace rod .
Their hearts were In the,r throats
they -"Id as they watched the painter,
struggle to get hold of Hie bar with
both hands He succeeded
Slowly his body bent double until
hS fee." were above his head They,
reached the hole In the Bkyllghtl
through which he had fallen, With a
superhuman effort be extended hta
ri until hl Knees could be doubled
o ,-, the edgt or the Bkyllght Then
his bodv again bent, this time to .1
littlng posture, and the man extrlcs ad
himaelf from his perilous position.
With the relaxation of the nerVOUH
tension of the spectators, who full
prw-ted to witness s horrible casualty
when the man dropped B number ol
(the workers rushed to the outside of
I the building to see how the painter
who had so narrowly escaped death
, was faring.
Seated near the skyllghl. which had
nearly been his doom, the painter who
had lust pulled a "Doug" Fairbanks.
was calmlv and peacefully enjoying a
ciragette. apparent!- hoothlng his.
ncrv. . i after his experience.
CARD OF THANKS
TO desire to extend our sincere nnd
heartfelt thanks to our friends and
neighbors for their many acts of kind
ness and assistance shown 113 during
the late kllneSS and death of our be
loved husband nnd father Also for
the manv beautiful flor il offering
MRS MART J UDFWIfl
r; t v in P. TOHV f.FWIS
MR. AND MRS JOHN LJBWIfl
t BE FAMOUS SHIFT.
MISSOULA. Mont The Fnlversiry
of Montana eleven uses the Mlnnesotu
shift or a derivation of It "oach
Ulerman was a former University of
Minnesota backfieid star.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
I Signature ol
Painter Haled Before
Court for Battery.
rosepb Palmer, a painter. 2389 Lin--oln
aenue. appeared before .ludTc
) R Roberts of the city court this
morning on a charge 01 batten He
; alleged to have handled George J
Kelly roughly. I
While in court this morninR. Pal
mer entered a plea of "ilt He was j
not sentenced, however. Juuge Rob
arts' continuing the case until tomoi
row morning, at which time Kelly is
expected to appear and tell his s.do ,
of the story.
Palmer claims that he did not ;
triks Kelly, but shook him severely,
after Kelly Is alleged to have re
ferred to Palmer's mother and I ai
mer as pigs.
Hold Salesman Here
For Wife Desertion
1 Frank Thompson a salesman, of
2769 i. rant avenue tea." arretted tnis
morning cm a charge ol wife decer
SS bv Detective Walter Moore,
j Thompson was taken into custody OB
U warrant, following receipt o a tele
gram from Richmond. Cal , instruct
,ing that Thompson be taken into cus
tody He is being held pending word
I from the California authorities
Frldaj. Dorothy Olsh Will be Shewn
till 6 30 p m. at the Alhambra 'hea
tre. It will be open free to the. public
at T p. SB showing Fatty Arbuckle and
Mack Bennett's comedies from . tin is
P m J Adam Rede will discuss the
political Issues at I o-cleeb teeel
lem musical program. Remember
Friday night. Everybody welcome.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to extend our sincere and
heartfelt thanUs to our friends and
nel-hbors for their many acts of kind-
ness and a-nlst-ance shown us during
OUI recent bereavement, also for the
beautiful noral offering
j p BATCHELOR AND FAMILT.
j G. 0. P. TO DEBATE LEAGUE
CHICAGO. Oct- 27 Democratic na
tional headquarter here today lued
U challenge to the Republican national
hoadqnarters for a debat. 00 tn
league Of nations, to be held in Cht-V.-uco
Congressman Frank E Doremua.
iirman of the mld-weat Democratic
headquarters, sent the challenge to
ilaiT C New. In charge of the Re
publican speakers' bureau
The French rail rirer power green
1 oal. and the tidal power from the
cen blue co.
Mrs. Peete of Denver Charged
With Murder of
DOS ANGELES. Cal.. Oct. 27 Th
Los Angeles county grand Jury r port-)
ad an indictment a' noon tods 1 Y
ing Mrs. I oui'f Tce'e of I'en ei ?.nn
the murder of Jacob C. Denton In
citv lune 2. Mrs. Peete was actually
in "cuslodv on the charge i-ln-e Vaster-j
daj afternoon and the indie- t Ion fol
lowed speedilv after her refusal to
testify concerning the case before the
crand jTrors Ute this morning.
Mrs T'eete's arrest was the last tep
11 an In-estlgation that extended over
Several western States, Including Call
ifornla. Arizona and Colorado and oc
cupied more 'inn .1 month. The In
vestigation hecan with the discover
Of Denton's body on Septemher 2"..
sealed in the basement of hi home.
STRICT 'RUM' CONTROL
WASHINGTON Oct 16. Congress
was urged Tuesday by the borcl of
I lewipe.rance. prohibition and public
.morals of the Methodist church to buj
,1 SUPPUes of intoxlca'tng liquor - held
I in bonded warehouses Ths holding
honid he gotten together in a hinull
er number of warehous-?. the board's
I recommendation ald. ami after d Btlf
flclent supply for 'legitimate 1
had been provided, th- lance should
h- rendered unfit for beverage, and
sold for industrial purposes.
Other resolutions asked the appro
Hallowe en Party
Best Social Event
Friday and Saturday, October
29 and 30
Admission to both, 75c per
priatlon of more money to enforce fe,i- Wc iM
rr' prohibition, and for governmer' HirB
ictlon to restrl .hep,
American cltisens between California EB
anil th. immoral rrrorts Of Tlajuan.i.
Dr- Clarence True Wilson, afioretary H
to tho board, said that ' President Wll- H
son's unfortunate blundei in taking H
the w . i id ol i prohibition . ir
troversv ha.i don. more ihmi nnj othci r
I one thing to v.vrcck his influence in sIHcfl
"He potponell wartime prohibition fH
two WilSOn added, "and fH
I then when was about to go into f
effect, he intervened in behalf of the
IN SOUTH COUNTIES
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Oct. ifl
I'orty three alleged "night rid- ffH
ers ' have been arrested In Cull- H
man. Marshall Blount coun- K
within the ff tv 11
I cording to announcements the sH
law enforc.-meni department H
j and governor's office this morn- H
Take only as Told
In each package of genuine "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin" are directions and dosage worked
out by physicians during 21 years, and
proved sate by millions.
Take no chances. If you see the "Bayer
Cross" on tablets, take them without fear. J
Hami tin lHem of 12 tablet eoat but a few rent-- Tyrge- pir1,,;
j at- - i r4 m- Sarr Mauf4nr ef Moae4Kv-i4atr l HLerliccJ4