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SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, 1920. THE OGDEN S TANUAKU-hAAMllNbK 3 1
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In a New 4-Act Play by Roy Octavius Cohen
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8
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iONOR OGDEN BOYS IN
L ST. JOHN'S MEMORIAL
I Names of Eight Ogden Young
Men to Be Placed on
! DEL AFIELD, Wis., Nov. 6. In the
k preseace of a notable gntheriuK to
t include Governor E. L. Philip o.'
I Wisconsin; Governor Frank C. Low-
I d-n of Illinois. MaJ Gen. Leonard
Wood and staff; I.ieut. Col. Luui-;
f Hossignol representing the French
r High Commission; 300 members of
the St. John's Military academy
alumni association from ;!! part- r.f
the country in service uniform and
the cadet corps. President Sidney T.
Smythe will lay tho corner stone
, hen Nov. 14, National Armistice
i orial chapel to be erected in honor
I orial chapel to be errected in honor
j of more than 700 St .John's gradu-
. ates and former students who served
t in the World War Gen Wood will
H ddreas of the da .
The chapel will be of Waukesha
limestone, 16'x60 feet, and built in
! i lines of Gothk architecture to har-
I monize with tho present academy
1 group, it is planned to give over
! 1 one entire wall of the interior to a
J If i huge bronze memorial tablet of in-
' dividual names, those who died in
service to be designated by gold
stars. Funds for the project arc be
ing rairx-d in a nation-wide fubscrip
I ticn fund uuder direction of the St.
.John's Victory Memorial corpora
tion. The corporation la a separate
organization from the academy thus
guaranteeing the perpetuity of 'he
! ' edifice. An endowment lund has
j i been pledged lor maintenance.
Among Utah men to be honored
by the memorial are; Heber Scow
i ron John SOOWCFOI i , Lowell K.
Boyle Paul L. Watt is. Stanley E.
Bischel. George L. Abbott. Edmund
0. Wattls, Homer G ISccles, d-n:
Sale L. Smith, Herbert J Rcsen-
her;,. William O. Wright, 1'iulipp D.
Allison, Monroe H, Hanauer, Clar
ence K. Hook. Dofroll W Kit-by.
Salt Lake; Ka;. A I on and Clareucoj
L. Ashtou, Roosevelt.
Charles Burton Bluemel Passes
Away During ihe
When the wife of ChurU-s Hurton
Bluemel went to the bedroom to
j arouse her husband for work nbout
1 6 o'clock yesterday morning she found
He bad i;t sed away durinp the
night ,hls death being attributed to
; Mr Bluemel Was emrdoyed l thel
American Cap company. He was born
iln Bvanston, Wyo Feb. 15, 1878, tbei
son of Oswald .Mid Knnnii Burton'
i Bluemel. and had li-cn a resident of I
Ogden for about four years.
Surviving besides the widow are'
sons and daughters ax follows:!
Mr-. Theii.ia Hastey, .Mrs. Corlntha
I Young. Veda, Charles Evan, Sylvan
and Donna BluemeL h's parents and
IseVern brothers and rasters
Funeral services will be held Tues
jdoj at 2 p, ctk in the Thirteenth ward
i pel, conducted by Bishop J, How.
Urd Jenkins The body may be vtew
ed at the Laiicin chapel Monday after
noon and evening: and Tuesday unlll
the funeral Interment will be' in the
The SwIsm government is planning!
to erect a powerful radio station at
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' STATE AND JDAHO NEWS I
Latest Items of Interest From Utah anfl Gm Stats
uriver Has Narrow tscape
When Anmial Steps Into
BUHL, Idaho, Nov 6. Mcppln in
to a mido hole that was eharjged with
eetrlcity rause.i instant death to ri
valuable mule here Wednesday after-!
noon. The mule Was attached to a
tr.i.k an.l the driver was thrown from
bin seal to the ground narrowly es
caping death The accident occurred
in an allcv in the rear of the partially
I completed liuhl hotel. The driver was
(thrown Into a pib" of dry shavings.
He would have met certain death ba'l
he been thrown on the wet ground.
The mule was owned by lden & fon.
local dra man
In constructing the hotel, current,
'for an ejectrlc hoist was taken from;
a planing mill on the other fide of the
'allcv a Conduit hclns laid to carrj the
I wires across the alley. The elections'
apparently liid tlie wire- only few
Inches under the surface of the ground
and s short circuit developed charg
ing the wel ground with electricity.
Teamters ho have been uslnp the
lallej statt the conduit has been stlck
I lnp out of the ground at the point
where the short circuit developed, for
a number of weeks.
ABE MAJORS MAKES
- REQUEST FOR PARDON.
SALT LAKE Nov. C. Abo .Majors!
lis applying for pinion to the state
board of pardons and Joe Buktashl
land Frank r1 Pretto for commuta
tion of sentence Each of the appli
cants was sentenced for murder.
ther applications for clemency be
Ifore the meeting of the board Satur
Iday, Nov. 20, are:
j 1'or I'ardoii J. D. Bailey, convicted
if grand larceny. Fred Westoby. for
Obtaining money under false pretense. I
I'or termination .J. I. fhapman. in-'
i leceftlt assault. Earl Burg, burglary,,
(.John J,. Kelly, burglary, second de
igree: A. Grundb.Ulst, Krand larceny:
William Benjamin Parsdna, forgery,,
Thomas .Marker, statutory crime, and:
Fred Milo, burglary, third degree.
I For parole Redly Kay, attempt to
commit second degree burglary, Dan!
Mc.Carty burglary, and Herbert Mid-'
COUNTRY EDITORS TO
lYIEEl AT LOGAN MONDAY
SAlT LAKE, Nov. 6. The fall con
Ventlon of the Utah i'ress association
will open at JjOgan Monday mornlhg.
In 'tuint matters connected with the
l it el it'Ive program to be adopted bj
I the association will be brought up for
consideration J'rlze cups will be giv en
by tlie Utah Agricultural college
tor excellenc) und service, to the best
p:'i er In the state,
The frrst prize will be glen the pa
per that best serves the Interest of
the community 'by il$r varied news,
villi editorials, well selected ndver-!
tlaementa In short, by its geneuJ
comprehension and news value."
The second prize will be given fori
technical excellence In the makeup of'
I the first page.
AFFAIRS OF SUGAR CO.
CONTINUE UNDER FIRE
'SALT LAKE CITY, Nov- 6. With
Gepr,"ro 13. Sanders, former president
ii : promoter of the companj on the
witness stand, the affairs of ih- Ore-gon-l
lah Sugar company continued
under fire this morning in the federal
'trade sugar commission's sugar probe.
A feature of the hearing was fre
iuent arguments on technical points
between counsel for the sugar com
pany and the commission Which took
Up considerable time. It was filiall)
pointed out by Examiner J J iun
bam who is hearing the case, that
the federal commission had prohibit
ed such argument during the taking Of
testimony are requested that tiie rule
i be observed by both attorneys,
ORE PRODUCTION AT
PARK CITY INCREASES
f'AKK CITY, Nov- 6 Ore produc-l
Qon in Park City district Increased
during the past week to a total of 1848
tons, as compared with li34 tons of
the preceding week Improved labor)
i-ofiditions are largely responsible foi l
the Increase, it is stated.
llc-reafter all shipments from the
Judgi Kilning Smelting company
and the Daly West mine will be under
the listing judge compan Production
for the past week was us follows- i
Judge company, ti'.L' tons. .Silver1
King Coalition, 601 tons: Ontario 130 1'
tons; and Nnlldrlver 6' tons V
EARLY LOGAN BUILDER
DIES Al AGE UF HU '
LOGAN, Nov 6 John R. IManeh-c
aid. xn years of age, one of the orlgi-lt
nal band of pioneers of this city, died I (
at noon esterday after a short illness i
In spit- of his advanced age Mr. !t
Blesichard bad been active until a few It
months .igo. He was well known In
this district having conducted a hotel
here for many years, the old Logan c
house. Ho helped to erect the first
duelling house in this city. Surviving It
are his wife and several children l
ATTEMPT TO CRACK SAFE
SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 6. An un
SUCCessfU attempt to open a safe in
tbr. Howard cite, :Z West Third South
street, Friday night by burglars who
aro thought to have been tightened
away before they had time to com
plete their work The safe had been
rolled to the rear of the placo where
it was found this morning.
(iITY WELL IS OPENED.
POCATELlAt. Ida.. Nov 6 Con
tractor J. M Beardsen returned es
terday from Ashton, where he Inspect
-d th- final installation of the motor
I for the widl in the new city water
I System. Mr, liardsen had the con
tract for the system und the plpo has
been laid for several days, with the
exception of some of the lateral lines.
Considerable difficulty has been met
by the contractor In obtaining labor
for Some of the work.
IDAllo POSTMASTER APPOINTED.
V ASHINOTON, Nov. 6 Blanche
EC, Eveleth has been appointed p"st-
maater at Holllster Idaho, succeeding
Ralph K .Morehouse, resbjnad.
SUGAR MEN IN
Pleas of Not Guilty Entered j
By Utah-Idaho Company
SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 6 Pleasjl
of not guilty were entered this morn-l!
ing by officials of the Utah-Idaho 8u-
gar company who were arraigned - i
fore Judge Tillman D. Johnson of theil
United States district court In answerlj
to indictment charging violation of the!
Lever act. The defendants were giv-
en until Monday Nov. S, In which to
Judge . N Straup appeared fori
seven directors of the company and
Herbert R. Mac.Millan appeared for
J. H Grut. named In two indict
ments, on alleging sugar speculation
and the othar charging him with ac
cepting a xift In connection with a
loan in ins capacltj as assistant cash
ier of the Continental National bank,
entered a plea of not guilty to the for-
mer count. He had previously filed a
demurrer to the other.
Constantino V. Miller, also charged J
With speculation in sugar, was given I
till Monday to file demurrer
REVENC1 l OITOR ri n i:s.
SALT LAKE, Nov. 6. F. T. Blan.l
supervisor of internal revenue col- i
lectors' offices In L'tah. Idaho, Mon- j
tana and Nevada, has Just returned to 1 1
headquarters at Salt iakr- after audit-,1
mg the accounts of the Montana of-l
flee at Helena and the Idaho office I
at Boise Records at both offices are !
In excellent condition, he reported. Ml T
Blondy will leave Sunday to go over '
the accounts of the Nevada office ;.;
PEN Sit ins GH N'l i i
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. Pensions
todaj wire granted a.s follows Mar
J. Jarrett, Salt Lake, $30 p. i month:,
Martha C. lvle, Mt. Pleasant. IIJ.I
ECatl'e Maxwell, 'Gardner, Idaho, 3u I
per month. . I
HE'S HUNTING Si
FOR Ills V M.t IBL1 S I
NEW YORK Robert Rlgelow, Fill
banker, decided to go on. a hunting!
trip. So he closed up his house audi
made tracks for the woods. He's back
now, but he's still hunting. This tlm,
its all the valuables of his house. A
burglar had evidently been buntinc I
IS PUPPY' LOVE
Nobody can denj that while it lasts
the youthful emotion scornfully de
Sprlbed by old'-r persons as "puppy"
i love is i 'great and glorious feelin' "
(And win. can say tb;it but for elderly
(scorn and heartless rfdlcule "puppy"
: love would last forever?
Therr is a charm about tho first
youthful awakening of loc that is
lacking In later affairs, partlv of
. ' mi.-,-, because it is the first, and part- I
, ly because there is no "taking thought I
, for the morrow. ' no worried planning i
I for the future, no harassed figuring
Up of the probable cost of a matrimon
ial venture, no serious looking ahead
of any kind It Is enough for th'.
(youthful lovers Just to know that they
love, that they are "engaged" - s term
. particularly thrilling lui usikiIIy .;
Rightfully vague, since marriage looms
j . .
T 1 I
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iOEET L AVE N DEO.'1
as distant and unreal as death, and boJ
lng engaged" means, when the 1
I right down to facts, little more than
I being supplied with one partner and
one only, for all the parties and pic
nics and evenings as long as the on
' It seldom lasts very long, that first
Idissy love affair, but there is this about
it always and forever 11 remains on"
I Of life's sweetest memories. Breathes 1
'there a nuin with soul so dead that he
I does not sometimes look back with
real yearning to the days of his first
boyish love, short-lived, perhaps, but
terribly sweet, none the less'' And
sural there isn't a voman alive who
will not be able to give you the exa t
data mi her first, loan experience She
will probably laugh over It and declare
that it must have been awfully funny,
but down deep in her heart she knows
that It was sweet, too, and still seems
It Is "pupp" lov with Its strange
Shyness, Its foolish raptures, its mad
VOWS, and Its dogged loyalty, that
mal.es the old play, ' Sweet Lavender.'
forever appealing. It la the story of a
college boy and Ills landlady's daugh
ter, youngsters both of them, and lov
ors from their first meeting at which
Lavender berated the astonished youth
like an angry little wet hen. A fiery
little pepper i, ox was Lavender, in
spite of her gentle name and I'lcin
could no more resist her youthful ap
peal than he could have stopped
"Sweet Lavender," the Plnero stage
success, has lee, i brought to the screen
b Realart as B vehicle for Mary Miles
iMinter, youngest of stars, and the role
suits her admirably. Under the direc
tion of Paul Powell, who directed
Mary Pickford In 'Pollyacina." the I
Plnero play has been made into ' C2
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Miss Mlnter being surrounded in tho II
production hv sm b screen celebrities tj
as Harold (i lwln. Milton Sills, Syl- E
via Aahton, Jane Kqcklej Theodore II
Roberts, Starke Patteson, j. M. iu B
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prepared the scenario. The play comes
to the Alhambra theatn m ihia clt)
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