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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, November 07, 1920, LAST EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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ISAYS HE WANTS I
TO ENDHIS LIFE!
Arthur Williams Has Poison
Snatched Away, then Asks
After his arrest for having hurled
a rock through a window in the West
ern Union Tnlecraph office, Arthur
Williams, 23. laborer, yesterday aftor
noon attempted to take poison from a!
small vifll, while in the pherlfr of
fice Frustrated in his attempt to,
swallow tho poison by Curtis AJllson.jj
depulv, be, pleaded for a ,,un with
which to end hla life.
Deputy Allison snatched the bolile
of poison, which contained mercury bi
chloride tablets, from the man a? he
apparently made a move to lift the
bottle to his lips Williams is then;'
Haid to have implored the officers to i :
give him the polBon After he was !
placed in a cell he Is declared to hao;
asked for a gun saying he wanted "to:,
end ihls thing right there."
Williams is said to have appeared
at the telegraph offic yesterday j i
where lie tried to send a teo gram "col-;
lect " He was lold he would have to .
make a deposit to insure that l. Wire i
frould be paid for aDd after an argu
ment placed the money as dc-posn H
said he was sending for money Yes-h
terday noon he appeared in the tele .
graph office and asked for an answei
to his message. After II wm explained
to him that the person he had ad-
dre?seed had not been iund al)d his :
deposit had been used to pay the I
cbrpe?. William? is said 10 have flown j
into a rage which culminated in his,:
rushing from the building and thro j
ini, a rock through the glass I
I tance? Dermody, a telegraph op:a '
lor. followed Williams who turned east : I
ou Twenty-fourth street, and when the
man was near ttai shorifl office, he j
called tor aid Deput) Sherlfl i.eorgelj
Allen brought the man to the shnrirr
office v.here he attempted to take I he t j
! -on while beiug searched i
"N :liiani.i was plated in a special cell ' !
e he ean be kept under ssureil j
li-.ir::e He claimed to have served the'l
fr.niy during the war and exhibited his 3
disciiarge and said his home was in jj
KunsKfl, The man appeared to be nm E
mi I mentally, it was said, but appeared , ;
fttghly excited when arrested f
I LOSING GOLFERS !
Duck Dinner Is Provided at
Weber Ulub hollowing
Close of Contest
More than one hundred and twenty,,
members of the Ogden Golf and Coun- j .
try club were present at the banquet 11
KUn last nifrht at the Weber club 1 1
by the "Reda" to the vldtorloua ' Blue" j ;
aggregation. In the recent matches!!
blaged at the country club the BluesM
were k tora by n score of 26 to SO I ;
and the agreement made al that timelj
was to the effect thut the losing ;'g-'
gregat'on dine the winners at a ' duck" ;
Ralph Bristol was in charge of the
P. T. Wright wa& captain of th-. !
w Ing aggregation while Warner i
Ai !hur was captain of the losing team. I
The silver loving cup came in fori;
c.nsiderable discussion. The Ding-1 1
bate, under C. A Boyd, and the Bol- I
ahevica undo. Roscoe Gwiiiiam both
stated in their ad-lrsKs ih.i' Ih'-yi
had been left out in the cold Ilow-
vet, the Blues won and until next I
s;ason this argument will hang fire. '
Addresses were made b V . H Wat - j
tis, P. T. Wright, Warner Arthur C
A Bod, Roscoe dwllllam, Rei l E,
Carver, Dr. R. S Joyce, C A. Day,
N. K. Williams, P, M. DrlggSi George i
Glen, Major A. Dunning of Detroit,
Ir. 1" W B;iker. Rev. John W Hys
lop, II. C Marchant, A G. Horn W
D. Brown, J. " Spargo, David Jenson I
ard Dr. H. W. Rowe
I Former Ogden Man j
Dies in Salt Lake ,
The body of John Peterson, formerly
of Ogden and Plain City, will arrive
here from Salt Lake this mooting Pu
neral services will be hold at the Lind
QUiet chapel this afternoon hI 2 O'clock
with Bishop M. B Richardson of the'
Third ward officiating
Mr. Peterson dropped dead on 'h
street in Salt Lake on Thursday night.;
He was well known hre as a carpen I
ter 2nd contractor, and had been llv-'
ing in Salt Lake for the past few years !
He is survived b a widow and several;
I Visitor in Ogden jj
Called by Death I
Lu binds R. Richardson, wife of W J
G. Richardson, of Oakland, Calif., died : j
yesterday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock atl
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Anna '
Slack Morgan. 2785 Grant avenue. She ' i
had been In this city but ono week
Mrs. Richardson was the daughter of','
tho late Anstin Bony of Zanesville,
Funeral serrices will be held Mon-
day afternoon at the residence with I j
the Rev. W. L. MelllDer of the First II
Christian church officiating I ;
oo I I
I Central Junior Club j
I Holds Character Party j
The. T C. C. of the Central Junior I
high school, room 17-D, entortalned at I
a charaxtar parly Friday evening. Tho I
color scheme woe greon and pink. I
Oa.mes were played, followed by S
I luncheon. Place cards and candy box- (
ea wer at each plate. A large, vase j
of roaes adorned the table
' This was the first of .n series of par- ;
1 ( p!in",H hv H VOIinV fwlira
I "Looks Like Xmas Crowds These Days " 1
I ' More Than Mere Price Hfi ' Pniirc ho I I
j IHj not sufficient that this store should S'$s $195 VyfUdlO -SjfTfe I
j lead in the giving of good values. It is our JU ;? Lv j The fart s Jf; , bfoverstockcd At
f hope that the hours you spend here shall , on vomor.'ii outing flannel gowns fii A (Tl 'tWJ'
j be spent pleasantly - that the store service H ' ik , '"''Vn XX'Z'XSZ P 1 kVV WSkl I
shall contribute to your pleasure. I i P : P ' 7 :XX:ZVrS t-M-
VJ for ?3 are 51.95. The styles are all JoL $&Jr JffiSSmBttlB I
li is our hpe that the merchandise vou buy MT n" ,nd "ber;" The materi13 of ,flffilBE f
. i 11 , , . ' -7 the very bet,; thick fleecy outings. wEttXMMS Wl a
here shall glVC yOU Satisfaction and pleas- NMJTV7 lhc6lei,sreareof60tlatt7act,ve' Ready tomorrow. More titan a Jjfta I
I Ure, long after the price is forgotten. Shop- BrlBhton mk?.rHllethi Jat hundred coats that arc to be sold Id
f ping occurs so frequently in a woman's life, 1$$ r" tn " at $45. In the corner window Mmfflk& 'i
that it should be a pleasant diversion -not A C f f q ra you may now see man' of th' JKrS
a task. A 0ale Ui ISatinS J.Jl) repnentative styles.
! If you know of a method, not now in use, Mifierva YafllS !si5bJ r . i , n t 'I I
A . 1 x , , 1T1II1VI YU A Ul HO very best q ua hty. Full one yard Coats that Will recr , I
that wi 1 make this store cnne nearly to . . ... 5; ,,i,nhon wkpr(lv,v . ,,r. fffitiM t
9 l ii i ii i o i r I If maker oJ Minerva yarna wanted coiirs. The kind that has attention in n : -i i.i.f , 1
j this ideal, we shall be thankful tor your ,. bof" c?l1" up to 55a This ls worn. Coats that must RiVe to TmSHKSSk
i i i w ,i getting back to old-time price. Of- , , ... ? ':'&tiEZONB&fSNi a
f Suggestion:-'. m.-IiIuI.--. Withun mtil fered now at $3.50 the wearer a thrill of pleasure ffflSflHBttl
( !,XS,,Tl.Vi,h,'.IV. m '.' -"n- rp C every time she wears one of
KyK&W 1 O -andenoweall M IneJva yarns I riCOtillGS $5.75 them Many have rich, luxuri-
i VaA JLjlfC n rPl L '" bacl " old "' Pri( " "otlca the width of thiR trl- 0" collars every one made W
V V cLJa djDJr,di3 LJ3 (O p0J faoge igh ;m. cotine it. is 54 .nches w.de and is of heavy all wool fabrics.
j a coodV to trade r"":i,,r;- 7 ,rl,r ,,i,i ,ium- utzi; u : , WA i
! 5 ber of finished lels for your at 7 offered In all of the beat If vou have been wanting a TTT 1
I li guidance. And should you need wlora of the aeaaon And on sale coat of unusual style and attrac- WW h M
H ncm;iI nit' ni n,iiN m Hi.- mak- now at .3.75. l i i
y -rV ing ournee. worker is able to . . -m tiveness. surely this is the op- I !
&WS& -n' !us iii.sini.-h .: SilirhfJO" S portumty to supply it. At least j7 A f
ffymBBfy K rh- UU" ""n -fO you should come to 2nd floor J 4,
f Wv I,,,, .,,,!., ,,.-s ill :h"e0 ZX for an inspection. - V j M
i ' 'J ) fa" 1 '": ;"' ",:ikin" "' at $4 yrd Offered in tub silks i 1 I j 1
j V 1 QT ! a0W Ridels. Art Needlework and crepe de Chines. All In hand- " ? Hj
( I 2 V . C4 V- 8omc 8nlrt Patterns Buy it for J Ffe , n" rr V T f .
ijjy fe Qmfi a . ;:rou"1-clc F,neas- vl "ongee; How lo Use It
l T)r- T ' ' . " ' UlluGrWCflr Instead ol cotton, use this pongee fa night robes, for petticoata I M
l. YM4l3 :fjp QnaaiiQlc srfpySSfa 11 kemstitcned bounce I si I Cor blouses, for men's shirts, l
I l f .i,,.i s.t,,,, . (,,i, ,,i ,,u W ' It is the $2 Japanese kind, free of filling. It launders so beautia
1 ' ' S . i v.. ... .-nr. I l84 aS'KIB lull.' . s,. lilllo irnninr ,iPcrlo,l. Konlly at this pri. o it is cheapci' f
.gv "C-ll r place them u 1 1 a - mint, rs fur " 2' 5iliEjL '"lf"n- '"nh-itJcniig 1 1 wHl it will u oar. I
''-S . i aplete clearance alwas ( 'wTt'1 f
! p fnTv"'' A ,i,rr p Sales Down Stairs j
I 1 U lljl Children's U'Suits JrV aluminum tea kettles- paper baskets-w,s-. pSpr j I
N -vLrr j V .. kJ WasnT cast aluminum ta kettle bankets made of treated wlUoir or E
u I I J Children's "Naaareth" union suits, will not dent; has no seams to leak braided straw, sizo suitable for 3
i UC taped from shoulders, also taped on . ;ril has a very attractiTe appear- home ase 45 h
rr " IrX-W - buttons With thl3 union suit an e I---iriC r-ldtc ance- $7.50 values. Special $5 95 H ANGI NG J A R Dl N I E R ES Just a'- (I
j U J ) nvf. Cf . tra panty waist is not needed VJ11 IC) ildlO ,,MiaiiiM ripp no i l frs rived, a large assortment of hanJ o
1 15 1 TA, r TiOf t t Bleaohed only; medium weight; Bomtim. It nnn,l 1 ALUMINUM RICE BOILERS decorated Jardinierts hanging baa- I
(T ...r C hpectolly priced . eJH.10 fj, the young Blrl. net enly d. f.r ,;W, p,!,.!, enel deelpt, 6 SSfLSSSS ' 2
JJettlb0CkeV Women's Union Suils rr.hfLr" 1 . 8395 blankets at $3.25 t'otton dou- 1 r.tl
Women's union suits, medium 'orn They are of black and brown ENAMELED WATER PAILS m,. sheet blankets in colors gray, j
! TPHE VnitT Fair Pcttibocker the petticoat and knickc.bocker combined. weight, i !..., h,H. i- nocks, no beaver of the better sort, broad J7"U niVvWnd w5?Tad? an'h iie; iheso are our regu-
j 1 MMon'l farorite, especially since All the comfort of one Pus the Prett7 ' gUlS 1 ifl brims and ..ilor styles. A hat that SSnrtrfSF i l 8De'. LYl ? ' " ' Sm o. S
the return of narrow aki. frilhne.a of the other. The Petnbockcr Socially priced . plAb look rich and dressy a. long a. h lo quart BJ , 8 yta e Spe- pair . . goo5
'. ,. ... . ,' . . . , . th- girl cares to wear t. Clnl ol.Jb BLANKETS AT $-! 25 ( oUon dou- N
It ,uet v;hat ,t. n,me impl.et-a comes in a good assortment of color.. Silk TOD Suits JAPANED DUST PANS-Dust pan. Q BhVel blankets in colore g?ay. S
I 1L- . . . . rT , d ... . , C-SK f I very well made of Japaned iron. tand und white; these are values to ft
! Ask tO See OUr Other Vanity Fair Silk Underwear Women s silk top union suits, fine lIIIK n3tS has pocket to catch and carry the j5.4G Special, the pair S4 2 I
lisle unions, with glove silk top; Ull,v 114110 dust 15c value. Special . 25a wni i m ankfk m i "IK 6
n ' C'll T 1 I 5?SitakMdWhlte:8talVli Dainty ,,l.tt'e dr hat for tha PARLOR MATCHES- The perfect S Z ' hb j
j flUIatlJ LlalEV VJCI& IlitUaO Hi t special 4.JV made of crepe dc chme. of corded stem; sold to adults only ; no phone Special the pair SS 'SO 2
Mfl WOOl PantS and VeStS SSirTllMI order-. SIX hOXe. fM 30C PLAID BLANKETS $10.50 Largi I
1 illPfUlPr Women's aooI pante and vesta, ex and clean. Regularly up to $6. They p0AL BUCKETS Made to Rive size blankeLs in the assorted 5
viivuvi trn BlMa on Munslng tf -j no arc hclng c,osed out ncw at about long senrice, of heavj fapaned Iron, plaid foiors; these are tcood fluffy I
f 17 a j f -a i 11 i h . Qnnilal fi ! ScS half price. ilouble bottom, the handy medium blankets, $12 values. Special, the B
j r or their own use. and tor gitts. women are now buying - ' ' va Pcia' ... SI. 35 P'r 810 50 2
these dainty undergarments of silk. Prices have been so Ql CI
greatly lowered that many silk garments may now be had OllOC I T j i a p gt 1
r1;::0"::::: , Downstairs Hundreds Of Customers Take Advantage j M
f Q.L ipZ.ZfS camisoles, silk chemise. You will agree when The new shoe store downstairs lit Tll-OCaO (fttft QolaQC
j you see the qualities of the fabric thai tho are the usual $0 continues to attract new c us J 1 1 llCLC VjUllUIl OdltS
P values tomers. Women like the privacy UT, - - .
(f QtT At 1ins 1ou price " ' niav buy han(lsorne of this pleasant room; and they 1 ni so glad you nave lowered the price of cottons," said one J
-aro.O v-sts ol rich silk ; chemise and attractive tike also the moderate prices customer. "I have been waiting months to supply my needs" I I
r camisoles, so well made and ol sm h rn-h iairn s that thev should made Dossible bv the lowered rpi . j. . . 3 . , hi-"J 1ICCU3' f
I sell iip,to$6.50 rentals. liiese prices indicate how many prices are lowered.
it A ClC Here are l'lowing. Luxurious gowns of heavy ' c ci r rt t
j ar 04F.yo gut crepe, silk skirts in the last hour models Boys Hi Tops rancy sheets (Juting Hannels Crepe De Chine
I vests oi siik and chemise that must please the most fastidious. . . . . , Hemstitched sheets, size tlx99, Amoskoa outing flannel in Crepe de ( hint- for -vvikti I
I to sell to $8 odfelmerSel 7kf7ta ?Ja,U' U!( very be8t material plain whfte, good firm quality, dresses, underwear, mgl.,' ?
9 x or Here are gowns, skirts, chemise, bloomers er uppers in sizes 6 to 11. ior wide beds Regular $3.50 for night dresses, etc. Regular gowns, etc., in white, pink yel- 0
r mmCLZ tpO.cfO and crests of such rich clinging silk that you nUuea While do nc values 2.98 40c value. Yard 29 Low, blue, etc., 36 inches wide
will wonder hov we can prict them so cheaply. Indeed thev tej li ' po.uo Pillow Cases Yard Wide Outing W value. Fard . 75 I
are values to $10 Infants' Shoes Fancy embroidered pillow cases Imoskeag outing flannels, a Beacon Eiderdown I
I nthalf rn1 Z ... , , i white, rink and bhm ,m-lull sard wide, in white and col- Beacon eiderdown or bath robe !
I "Oinair are to be Offered at hah -Many ot tins, have Ono table infant,- shoe, ,n ki land broiderv Buitablfl for Christmas or,, lor pammas, night diess-s flann-1 for hat 1 hi 2
g Inmmings of baiid-madi Many are hand trinn L rouwill VSTvalt" lr present? etc Regular $4.10 etc! 60c value Yard . . 43, blankets ,, ,e ra itv au I
I CUJoy secng thls lot IS. Special $1.95 values ...3.69 Fancy Towel Sets colors, light and dlX 5cval! I
(j Miwpq' unH Rnvs' Fancy Towels Fancy towel sets in boxes, con- ue Yard 85, I
tt a UMjaaca nu uu a PanJj purkish towels with col-sistmg of one bath towel, one T , , c ,
H.0USCUrGSS6S One tabic vl.il.ir.-nV. misses' and ,,,,-d (.orders, for holidav gilts, fare towel and one wash .loth I a Die relt
t 9 a &r tr i - boys' hoe button and lace tyle. et.. Kegular $1.30 values 1 7:, n a lues 81.39 54 ,nch tlible felt or padding for k
1 Many of the $5 Values are $9: ued7bvK Each . ; 98 Turkish Towel Sets Bf U $
NOW ,i(o2 $295 . Heavy Sheeting $2.75 Turkish towel sets in H .K1,ar g
f . . Fircf Qlmpc hoo(i heav-v sheeting in blea.-h- boxes for holiday gilts, etc , in ' I
We have lowered prices or dtfS&ffik nisi oicp onucs eJ Qr unbleached, 8-4 or 0-4. pink, blue and yellow. Extra Table Padding
ready-to-wear house dresses W One table first step shoes in black Regular $1.15 value. Si ial. alut-s 82.39 -, i ,,, h :,. , . , , , .. a
7. . c . i 1 P ZWm kid and patent leather, sizes 1 to VArA 3 W DKn(,t, 1 K . punted table padding
to prices that conform to the L. W 2ft. 2 values. qp " r ' T U rlOpe tileach for dining room tables, etc. The !
lowered prices on cotton fab- fV,'?7k A Special uOC Oalatea ClOtrl 35c Eope bleach fine soft qual- VPry best quality made. Begu-
2 rics. Surely no woman who &m(f, Mt Micca. si.-hl SJhnp Galatea cloth for boys' waists ity, for pillow cases, sheets, un- 'ar $3.25 quality . . 82.89
I values her time will ow Rl'fv'Hit'jT oliiuui oiiuc anj snits, mens work shirts, derwear, night dresses, eti . 36
i i j i fkAJBaLiliw JdlHl '-'S (ne table misses' Fhoes. patent ki.l girls middies and bloomers, etc. inches wide. Special, w ool Eiderdown
make house dresses at home gngsf , cx and . alt. ban on m.i lave style 70c value, yard 59 atd 1 23 Wool eiderdown for baby's
! Into one group, now priced at MpW vaiuesTo bTm: 1 'oftr DreSS Ginghams Bleached Muslin carriage cover,, etc. I
i $2.95 there have been placed (fi! H tHf P m1'!', 1 $0.0 50c dress ginghams in all the Bleached muslin :3G inches wide, lors; ,loubo faeed T
! a great many very smart 1 I E'JfM Women OHrk and w-!..., brands. ,are as. w.Mi soft finish for underwear, f- I
i i i . Inj U T Pf UBIiHThI V Oiuen S UUOS dna sortraent, r.laids. stnii.-s, . h.-.-ks et ,.iUcalue. bpe.-ial. u Jl.wJ9 f
housedresses dresses that M KHM Ends and solid Colors. Yard . 39 yard 20 MAW Dor I
in some cases were made to l m riIiab W t R ft Pinaham Vlorlro NeW rcales 1
j scu at $5 mm lad1"' 'ho'- black or ? V g am MadraS Percales op to 50e values in I
" l.lrl tW'l 3"'.'' brown hlph and low heel; ends of J.u wool batts, enss cros3 Mnffham madras 32 inches light dark and medinm hen.
In this assortment which M ..ft " aiaea" nr f""1 bat,,nr f"' v.ile, suitable for house dresses, tiful assortment. A full yard !
. , i WWMnrl ?-L. KS QS lHr?e quilt) all m one piece, aprons, shirts, waists, etc., ex- wide .Cw i
promises to be exhausted in JJ o 6, 0D.3D fluffv qualtv S295 f&Bt colors 7'5o va',ucps Wlde 29e I
a short time are dresses of Men's Shoes Cotton Chalhes ..39 Ginghams and 2
Wer lna tT 1 Ous table mens shoes, w.de or Cotton challies for quiK Cover. Processed BattS ChambraS t
Deuer gmgnams. 1 hey re on If pointed toe, in kid and cair. brown nga, .-urtainfi, draperies, kimo-Woo) pn.-.-sd batting, warm 60c ginghams un.l eh-rnbn n S
display on the 2nd Floor. 'J ,trjd bluck; i2ea 54 to iu. Values nas. et'- Regular 3oc values, and fluffy, in cartons, for larire ertr , n ,u t ' . , w B
j I su'i $6.95 3f- 'r;!;:..:tVjrg! j H