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Pl WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 27, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7
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delicately adjusted rela
lions. In which the bank
.md ih- public are charged
with equal responsibility.
Vr.u are Invltrd to come to
THE NATIONAL BANK
OP IMMERCE for ad
vice on financial matters
Of to avail yourself of the
many forms of service 1
which this bank stands
At ready to render every nil-
B"- v zen of Ogden and vicinity.
Keep your money here
and add your quota to the
sum of prosperity.
I Bank Of
I . Commerce
United State; Depository
E P ELLISON
CHAS. H BARTON
J. V. ABBOTT
EZrt A RICHARDSON
B1 Vice President
H. M HUDMAN
J. H. RILEY
BBfl Assistant Cashier
" DISTRICT if
Petitions to Congress Ask for
Inclusion of Million Acres to
District 4 Territory
A Ailtitx only Ihe formal action of
rongrenteps taken by western llv
tOCk ram und araociated Interests to
procure t! Inclunlon of approximate-,
1 1 a million acres of Improved arailnK
land timbtr lands and w.itwrshed areax
under th Jurisdiction of the Oj?den
forest service office:-, have reached
the point that they are virtually as-1 1
eured. 1 1
Thin was the announcement thl
I morning of R K. Gery. in charge of,j
Jthf office of lands of District 4 forest j j
, srr It headquarters In 'hln city i
rvtltions circulated throughout
Utah, Idaho, Nevada Hnd Wyoming.;,
ha gone farward to Wanhlnjft on .
wher . according to reports received I
by forest men they have received aJ
fiivor C'. r. pilon, and It has been,:
intimated thu' favorable action W"1;J
, follow. '
! Th( i- peti.ion:- i ' -kmg th- :.UIltlon' :
're Ihi outcome of reuse trouble of J
i llvt'stcok rainei si. w'nose fummer rang -' I
was used and depleted by stock !
shipped from otntr sec tions 'l he area ' 3
totals l,OOt,IIO acres. P
Al l iBLE UAIfDS J
in every section, however, the i i
lions recommended for addition in-: I
j.;ci timboriii tavndi tbet thould be j I
in.d'-r forest service protection, and , 3
Which were also invaluable fur water-j
shed purposes. 5
The granting of the petitione, flock I J
experts declade, Will mark one oi the' J
biggest steps ever taken In the west 1 1
towerdl the ftuollizing Of the cattle I
Industry. Wtlh a million und morcjv
tcrei "f properly rupsrvleftd ranee.:!
.il l-cl to Ihr present range area. he
"atllr iltuetion In the four ulatcstc
Oioulcl be materially relieved, at leas' I i
in BUCh sections of the Htate where j
'idtlitions ure made, Mr. Gery ald. 5
In l l.ilio and Wyoming, no addition ,'2
. an be made except b'' an act of con- I
ress. followi d by a proclam itlon by f
the president. In't't.ih ami Nevada '. ?
proclamation by the president Is "Hjfl
ihat Is neeeeeery to authorize an ad- (J
IKkn of the public domain lands tolc
rest service. A
With posslbl) oni exception, every! I
addition of land could be handled b.v S
the present machinery of the forest I y
Mrvli e b enlarciriz rannr dSstrlctii 1
Tho largest addition petitioned for
I has been made b s ltl r in the v lcln
; t of the I-mhl forest In Idaho. This
Lddltloe inclmles :iproxlmately 407,
00J acic. The greater portion of this
'!;-nd affords excellent watershed and
lis covered with a heavy timber srovvth
mi HER 1DOI1 IONS
Another addition, to the Targhce
land Lenthl forests in Idaho, which has
boon pending for some time, includes
1 3,1' 40 acres.
n Ihfl fiflhldoki forest in Idaho,
two sections Including approximately
85,000 acres have been presented tor
approval. The additions to the Mini
doka forest are what are locally known
Hi. :..o:- I'rtck jikI the lUnnork
.Mountain divisions of the forest.
A proposed addition to the Caribou
.forest in Idaho, Including laree
acreage, ha been p. i ,y ( oiigreto
and Is now awaiting proclamation by
On the Boise forest in Idaho, an ad
jditlon of ten townships representing
i an acreage of 380,040 acres, all of
which are in the proximity cf Idaho
City, (s contemplated.
In Utah, it Is proposed ihat sax town
ships, 138.240 acres be added to the
Wasatch and Ashlev forests. This
I land lays immediately north of the
; two forests, and a portion of it ex-
'id lnln W (iniiiiif
I 1 I ll FOREST
Un the I 'intah forest, an addition
of 35.000 acres has been petitioned for
and an addition of 65,000 acres to the
Wyoming National Forest is also con
i templated. The last mentioned land
! lays along the eastern boundarv of the
Wyoming National f orc.it .
I It Is expected (hat petitions from
: N ada will be made asklnpr for addi
tions of public domain to forest ser
Vlce lands In that state
The additions ome directly under
the forest service program of conser
vation and besides offering decided
advantages to cattle growers, also pro
jects timber interest of the nation. At
present, It Is stated, the United States
i li; using tow-thirds more timber than
jit produc.-s The land additions will
throw more, than a million acres of
timbered lands under forest service
! protection from f tree, 'Indiscriminate
I cutting, and other deterioratliiK forces,
while under the grazing administration
of the forest service, the range includ
ed In the addition will not bo depleted!
by improper usage.
Republicans to Have
i Rally Next Saturday
AmmgcDjentr are being mndr at
Republican headquarters for the final
rally in Orden which will be held n
tho Weber Normal collage auditorium
Saturday night. Special committees
ave making preparations for many
special features in addition to Ihe
! speeches and a musical program.
Don D. Colton. candidate for con
I grSSSmaO Irom the First congression- ,
;al district, and Mr-. JefcnettS A Hyde
lot Salt Lake will divide the honors J
as the principal speakers. Other
hort talks will be given b men who
have charge of the Republican cam
paign in. the county.
W. H Manning of the Weber acad
emy has charge of the musical ar
1 rangeaienta for the final rally and
has promised an unusual program
Mrs. Hydt wilf also appear at a
rally to be held In HUBtSVille Satur
day afternoon ut o'clock. This meet
ing b to be held under 'he auspices J
of the Women's Republican dub.
Mrt. Hyde was present at tho Re-
publican convention in Chicago anJ
&i the acceptance ceremonies at'
Marion. Ohio. She is a member of
jthe Republican national committee.
Mrs. Pryer Will Be
Buried in Cliicago
Tbj body of Mrs. Bessie PryST will
,e taken to Chicago for burlul. Ship- !
tnent will be made by Lindqulst un - '
derta Iters or ths I'nn.n Pacific this
afternoon X4r. Pr-er will cromn t
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, Bamberger and Milton
H. Welling Speak Here
i ranKemcnis were completed todav
by Chairman Martin P Brown for two
Democratic meetings of the final week
for the campaign, the unnounccnioni
being made that Governor Simon
Bamberger and Milton H Welling
Iemocratlc candidate for United States
senator, vvould be the speakers at
N.rth Ogden and Plain City on Thurs
Congre.ssrniin Welling will speak at
the final Democratic meeting of the
campaign at the Orpheum theatre next
The Democratic organization has
also completed arrangements for
meetings at Farr West und Roy thin
evening. Local Democratic candidates
Will be the speakers
City Officials Vist
New Ogden Arsenal
Mayor Frank Francis, members ofi
th board of city commissioners and
City Engineer Joseph M. Tracy are I
; guest." of Captain i ra Bundy in an
Inspection visit at the Ogden arsenal. I
The city officials were taken to the I
arsenal site in automobiles and will be
shown every feature of the activities
'being carried on there. Thev vmIj re-1
turn to Ogden this afternoon.
Neighbors of Woodcraft, Sego Lily
Circle No. 174, will hold election of all
officers at the regular meeting Thurs
day ev ening. October J8th. Members I
reiuested to attend.
KATE HEVMAX, Clerk I
O - O I
What a joy a cup of
good coffee first thing in
the morning! How the fra
grance steals up into your ;
nostrils! How you enjoy
the smooth, rich taste i
What economy ! 1 1 coots
just about the same per cud '
as ordinary coffee.
"How can I get it?'
Buy any of the coffees
packed in vacuum-scaled
tins. They are all good;
two or three are really fine.
Your money back if ycu
don't like Schilling's.
By Finger-Print System Depu
ty Dick Wootton Reveals
I Through a finger-print system which
t has been maintained In igdcn by De
j uty Sheriff Pic.k Wootton, John M.
I GacksiibaclC, alias Dick Dare, who was
arrested here ten days ago on a burg
lary charge, has been Identified as a
1 deserter from the United States army
The man i-s now In the county jail
and will be turned over to the military
j authorities at Fort Douglas it the
I court here decides to let the military
1 authorllles prosecute him on the de
Deputy Wootton has made it a point
to take the finger prints of practically
all pfners who are placed in the
countv Jail whose previous records are
not known When Gackenback was
arrested ten days ago for the alleged
theft of clothes from a room In the
Ivone Star rooming house, here, he
gave the name of Dick Dare.
Deputy Wootton took the man s fln
fter prints and sent them to Tort Leav
enworth where they were checked
with the records. Today information
arrived that th man's true name is
Gadkenback and in April of this year
he was sentenced to serve a sentence
of eighteen months at the Governor's
Island military prison in New York
bay. He was convicted of stealing and
selling govi rnmcnt property, it was
Jackenback was pardoned from the
prison and was returned to duty In
the ranks, it i6 said. On July 14, he
is alleged to liave deserted from the
Second cavalry at Fort Riley. Kan ,
:nd nothing has been heard from him
until his arrest and identification here
through his finger, print-. He has been
listed as a deserter
In view of the fact that the mllitarv
authorities will prosecute the man on
desertl..ii ,.h.'..rs.-. it Is thought that
the court here will release him to Fort
Douglas. He is 15 vears of age.
Predicted for Ogden
Iffden again found good news In the
prediction of the Fnlted States weather
bureau of today which promised: "Fair
weather tonight and Thucsdaj Lis-,
Yesterday's maximum temperature I
war .i. rr -:-: with a minimum la3t I
nlfrht of 2 0 degrees.
Fire.;, before the war., annually j
consumed more ihan 1500 persons
in the Fniled State-;.
sbhb a esss e wmtB sasno
I Nearly Always i
fj your next door neighbor j
IS can give you an interest-!
ing fact-story about the I
9 efficacy of
Scoff s Emulsion
v It is tonic-nourish- fl
frftjb rnent unsurpassed
(wl in 3uaHties tnat '
IjrA give tone to the I !
f run-down system. !
asatt dl BOWBI lc-ir.i r,'. n i y
1 0. POLITICAL i
Past Performance Keviewecl
But No Prediction Made
For This Election
Bj B I BL WLOCK.
I NORTH UGLEN, Oct. :'7. As an-1
other important gcniral election is
near at hand, speculations are rife a a
to which of the great parties w ill carry
off the laurels of victory. We are rep
resented by William B. Jones for the
I legislature on the Farmer-Labor ticket
, George E. Brown for tho Ktmc posi-j
Itlon on ihc Democratic ticket, Arthur
' G. Berrett for the position of county
I assessor on the Republican ticket, and'
j locally George S- Dean for the poci
ition as Justice of the Doace on the Re
i publican tickeL
j Before the first election on national
i purt lines, November 8. 1892, the,
I'O'jple's party vva in power and a I
nomination was equivalent to an dec-1
I lion until a brief InterrupUon by the'
' dominance of the Liberty party; The
I first election locally resulted In vie-1
tory for the Democratic party, and
Thomas Wallace was elected justice
of thi- j.cnr, , ffi lils death, David I.
I Dean, a Republican! was appointed to
fill the unexpired term. Then Jo
seph Casleri a Democrat, was elected
I Justice of the peaee, followed by the,
election of John W. Rex, a Republican
ag nnst John 8. Chadw ick, a Demo-i
era) in 1S96.
In November 1S9S. John W. Gibson,
was elected county assessor with a ma
jority of -IIS against his Democratic!
opponent, li F. Blaylock was elected
'justice- of the peace and William M.
Ellis, constable, both Republicans. 1
November t. 1900. John W Gibson.
was reelected county assessor and
Charles F Dlnsmore. a Democrat, was
lei ted Justiff of the peace.
.November A, iru.'. George 5 Dean;
way elected to the legislature and Scott :
W. Campbell, justice of the peace on
i jdI.Ih an ticket. And two years
latel George S Dean, a Republican,
was returned to the legislature.
November 6, 1906, the Republicans
w re sun in the majority and elected
Frank Moore, as countv commissioner
C. H. Chandler. B Republican, con
table, but David C. Shupe. a Demo
crat, became justice of the peace
November 3. 1908, Frank Moore was '
reelected, and Frederick Barker was
elected Justice of the peace, but Adn.a
Ferrln a Demoerai became con.'.table.
Novembers, 1910, William B Jones,
a Republican, became Justice of the
peace with B E. Chatlaln, also a Re
November 5. 1912. George B. Dean
was elected Justice of the peace and
i rank Hui.and constable on the Demo
November 8, 19H. the Democrats
were silghtly In the majority and elect
ed James Ward constable as in 1916
bur in 19IS. thu whole town on gen
eral average went Republican by sU
voter, while Rand ill and North Ogden
pre-. Inct went slightly Demoeratic ,
Viciim of Mo
A M. Van ler Mies, long Ui,ie resi
lent of West u:den. who xvaa injured
rhuiKday . afternoon when the buggy
n which he wa riding was struck bv
i motor truck at a point on Harrison
ivenuo, near TwentViSecbAd street, h.';
xlmoLt recoVejTSd and was able lo be
ibout today. Mr. Van der Vll:s was
hrown clear of the buggy, striking
,vlth his breast on the hip of the borse
md was injured about the upper part .
f the body. He claims the inotor-1
sts were going it an excessive rate uf
The horse, blfhl valued by its own-'
r, may be ihot because of lis injuries. 1
i Spread the Good News I
Starting today we wll be able to reduce the price of our j
; Very Best 45c lb; Very Good 40c lb. I
Pacific Coffee Stores I
Reliable Coffee Merchants
2350 Wash. Ave.
Howard to Preside
At U. A. C. Banquet
E. D Howard will preside as maste:
of the ceremonies at Ihe Friday night
banquet of the Utah Associated Indus-;
tries to be h Id at Hotel Utah In Salt
Lake Stephen Richards hu h-.-ri nam
ed toastmaster. James A. Emery of
Washington, chief counsel of th Na
tional Industr'al Council, will be the
principal speaker. President J. L Gal-,
igher will make his annual report. I
According to W. F. Bossner. secre-j
tary of the Ogden branch, a large del-;
egation will attend the banquet from
Halloween Party j
Is Unusual Success
Unusual success ittend.-d the Hal-i
low e'en party given by the Mutuuls
of the Eleventh ward In the ward
nmusemrnt hall last evening Every
body who attended was supposed to
uome in costume and there was a wide
vunety of characters impersonated.
Pies were sold and a dance formed"
ihv main entertainment. The hall was
o packed that before every number
It was announced that only those of a
Aertaln age could take part in that par-1
lleular dance. The dances were so!
ipportloned that everybody had an en
loyable time, it Is said
Parents and Teachers I
To Meet on Thursday
The Parent-teachers association of
the Mound Fort school, through Mr.-..'
Esther v. Whltalcer, president extends
an Inv itation lo all adults in the school
district to atfen.J gf t-acquatntd
meeting of the association in the an
uitorlum of the Mound Fort school to
"All adults in OgUen. who live north
of the ( igden riv ei bridge are cllgll""
for membership in the association.'
Mrs. Whltaker said ' V,'- want all IH
adults who are Interested In child we!. '
fare to be present, whether they haVtf
or do not have children in attendance
at the Mound Fort school."
Social features have been planned
for the occasion.
MRS. W. K. VANDERBILT
QUITS DEMOCRAT CAUSE
NEW YORK. Oct. 27. The reslgna
tlon of Mrs. Wm. K. Vanderbilt. Jr.,
as a member of the finance fommltte?
of the Democratic national commltteo
and her support of the Republican
ticket through a campaign contrlbu
tlon. was announce ii Tuesday at Rc
publican headquarters. Mrs Vander
hllt'M only explanation of her action.
it was said, was that she was unabro
to continue to support Governor Cov
and has decided to vote for Senator
You Don't Go to a Blacksmith's I
Shop for a Pound of Butter
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V7e are back of every article we sell, thereby assuring you of
Our advice is dependable, and FREE, to assist you in any elec
trical work you care to undertake yourself.
When you purchase electrical goods, for SAFETY, SERVICE
md ASSISTANCE, see
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