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1 SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER
West Cache Sugar Man Made
Defendant in Suit for
jmjHb Seeking 10 recover 111 009, alleged to
JSagS he dur on promissory notes ihr Com-
fagaW merelal National hank of Ogden ha
vjgH riled suit in the dltrl mirt again
jfilgM John A Henrlrkson asking h- COUrl
kl that Mock in the West t'ahr SuK'
?aJ rompanv which was Riven aa Becurlt
' FSI be sold to satiafv the sum due on the
H The hank also name several other
H neimdAnts in th romplalnt who
H alleRcrl. claim Hens on iho Stock left
with the bank for security on the loan
jH by Itfr Hondrlckson.
H Those who claim the BtOCV h re Lor-
H nzn If. Stohl. A. B. Irvine. Ki n.nl
BK --- vV' Voun and ih' fa-h.- Sui.nl
The bank complain- t hai thref loans
BB were made on 24 hare of the stock
whl. h totalled 1 7.000. No ptrt of Ihe
H principal has been paid, it is allrpi-d
H The court la asked to authorize thai
H the stock be sold and the proceeds i.
plied to satisfy the judgment and ihf ,
IT M Others who rlalm intercsl In the HtOC k
b required to eel up any claims thc
JlfjM may have.
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M TAKING FLIVVER
The world's meanest thief has ,
n-. ude hla appearance in Weber
d So aaya Simon Barlow, clerk of
ihe district court, whoe wlud
B burned cheeks make upparru: the
fact that the activities of the mean
burglar have caused physical as
- reH as mental iffering
I 'lar- . Tve heard of m n
HLj i kins a
his back, but this ivna of holdup
Is a friend alongside ihe g ry who
stole the windshield from my
few davs ago S.mon und some
HH friends left the flivver in 'he
swamps near Wont Hoop r while
Hn they wandered in the sloughs after I
jHajX ducks, fteiurnlng some hours later
Ihey found the l ord minus tots of
necessary things, but most or all
the windshield and one headlight
An in". entor allowed that other
accessories bad taken wines, audi I
as a pump, and shoes and rubbers
that had beet) left in the car. Lag!
fl but not least, tlio hungry hunters
found their lunch hud also ftTOlK
u:n the mc.n burglar h. yea
HJ we forgot all the aide curtain-.
Before leaving, the good-natur-!
Pd robbers insisted upon having j
their little Joke by cutting the lg- j
nhlon wires and thereby making
Simon vasie much useless energy
in getting the engine warmed up.
"T'm going to glue the top on
the next time I go duck hunting''
M, Good Turn Week Is
Scout Meeting Topic
Trooi 3 of th.- Ogden Boy Stouts
fSjS held their week I meeting a their
toom under the Utah National bank
last Friday evening. fjcoutmastei I
Walter J. Stoker presided at the meet
ing. Good turn week which was re -ctntiy
featured bj the scout- wis ib
topic chosen for discussion by S'cou' ;
Max S-tenen waa awarded his lend'
erfoot badge at the meeting The nexi
meeting of the troop will be held in
i the club rooms next l'rlda evening j
I Says He Made Mistake
II in Filing Damage Suit
.lames Stokes who recenily filed suit,
til 'he district ouri against the Town-1
1 ship of Perry. In Boxelder county u
recover damages for InJJury to real'
pi opert . yeaterda) filed motion for
b . i range of ventif from Weber count;
R "e-x tci Boxelder count In his motion ;
Stokes set forth tha' a mistake had
bceti made In filing the suit which
J should have been filed in Boxelde!
00.000 POUNDS OF
IfflRj HOPKIN8VILLB, Kj.li la cer J
cis lalalj being proven that Chrlatiau !
eo tobacco will burn In a total of
3jjjpl .".S tobacco barns burned n the,
WKl couniry, over 700000 pounds of the
Mfll eed were consumed Christian's
jti(i'iil croi nj:..'s I J, iiim nun pounds
J Morning 'Wtg&T'
Clean - Clear Healthy
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DANCERS OF MANY NATIONS TO COMPETE
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SEW VuKK All kinds of dances,
, danced bj dancers of mariy nations,
will be portrayed at the interiu'ion
' al Uancing exposition, which opened
in New York Nov. 6 Dane rx from
ail parts of the United States and Eu-
For all Depirtmenti. Call Phone
(ipjen Typewriter House for type-i
writers and repairs, 24-'2 Hudson ave
nue Phone 236.
Returns Home Mrs C! K Lemnle
l. as MiMiif.i '.o her homo In tgderi
after stay In the ei Bl Mrs. denlnn
w.is called tn ECvansvtlie, Lnd.y by th
death of her clstor mid was detained
six weeks Bj the dahkeroua Illness
In r In othe r.
Aloed to Second Floor, jii'-2i:i
Ecclea building. 1 t I'etly l-ctiti.i
Visit-. Here I Irsi Lieutenant El
mer E. Hall. U, s. Marine corps, the
Officer In charge Of recruiting at Ball
Lake, visited a few hours with officers i
here Friday, while cn route in llen.'
Nev.. to referee the game between the.
Uuh ARgls and the University of
.,.inla. Lieutenant Hall is a tormen
i regon university football star. 'Ihe
Aggies lost by 2 1 to. 0.
Clean large rags wanted at The,
Mrs. Ma-tha Hai l ' r,l. a s miIs
! lady chiropractor. Rooms .".o:.-6 Flrsl
Nat. Hank Bldg. Ph. 3568. Tn-i;
Elntertnln lr. Win it Lincoln
U in. lecturer explorer and writer,
was enlerlalnrd at the home ol xl 1
I Valenthte Gideon during his stay In
i Ogden last week. Dr. Wlrl addiauacd
'students of the gdi-n High school.
Weber Normal college anel the grade
! schools during his brief islt.
on Busineau I rip E B stone,
! manager of the Aiu'rlcan Linen coni'
i pany, departed yesterday on h busl
n'eas trip tp California He waa a -!
companled by Mrs. Stone and son
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FIND COAL ON OHIO RIVER BED
PORTSMOUTH, U River front
residents will not fear for cold waves
and high price of coaj. When the
river dropped to unusual low wawr
mark. the gathered hundreds of
bushels of coal from Ihe river. I mi
man picked up over 600 bushel- nd
the end Is not yet.
WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN THE TREATMENT OF PYORRHEA
WE ARE CECIALISTS IN CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK
W have a Spectaliat In Plate or False Teeth Work. If you have platea
you cannot wear, see us.
, We have the largest office In Ogden Ou- sixth year without a changt jj
of lanagement, which makes our guarantee good.
L'-'' Side Phone 54y
rope will take pari, and there'll be
everything from jaw. to folk dances
TOP -three girla who w41l t;.V.- part
in the danclhg contest (leit to right t
Rose Langson, Mabel West and bdnu
I'ape. LEFT The cat-step' m be
danced by Arthui Kretlow and .ii.s
Idaho Falls Bank
Sues Ogden Packing
Suit seeking 4t00 damages from j '
the I Igden Packing A: Provision coin- ;
panv was file-l estfi.lay aflernoun ir.
the. district court by the Farmete and;
1 . Merchants' bank of Idaho Palls, Ida.
The plaintiff bank complains that on
'September 20, It received from V. E.(
Hurt of Idaho, a chattel mortgage on ,
several hundred head of cattle which
were Owned bj Hurt and kepi on llv
Hurt ranch The mortgage was to -cure
payment of a note for Sil2t and
tontai: eil the agreement thul the cat-'
ih- remain on the ranch unless drdered
removed by written consent from the;
bank, ii is set forth.
on September 25, It Is alleged. Hurt
removed 3 head of the cattle to Og-I
den which were sold to the Ogden!
Packing company- The bank- values
the cattle at $2,000 and claims to have
asked payment from the packing com-j
puny but was refused Judgment (or.
1 the amount la adked.
' In a second action the Idaho b;ink
I complains that the packing company!
.unlawfully look S6 additional head of I
'cattle from I'.earelslee in ' 'gden aniL
disposed of them for their own use
'l"h bank is suing for Ucardslee and
'ask.- ?2 ("I" with Interest and cost of'
Charging that his neighbor COntinU-l
ouslv breaks down hut doors and ti
strqys hla locks on certain buildings.1
Walter Parry h is filed suit in the dl-;
trie! conn asking ourt to decide
thr ownership ol n property and en
join Charles I. Ifstndley from further'
Mr Parrv describes the property a
oertain building in lot S. block 23. plar
1 A. Ogden survey, lie complains that I
Ion tJctober 12 and at other limes..
, Handley has entered bia premises and
'broke his locks and doors, leaving the
contents of the building in danger
Mr. Parry sets forth that Mr Hand-!
ley claims some Interest In th- prop-1
Srty, but without right ll- asks thej
.iiiL in require tht defendant to ex-!
hlbit his claims and have the mattei
He Is Mexico's
New U. S. Agent
WASHINGTON Roberto V Pes
Muelra, financial agent in New Vork
for iho Mexlian government hot SI
I rived in Washington to take up his new
duties as confidential agenl of Mexico
pesquelra has recently been In confer-
I 11. 1 with George Creel, who aCCOffl
" panted him out ol Muxn-o.
Mirian- llopkin- C ENTER Alexis
Kosloff, of the Imperial Russian Bal
lel and Ruth Hazetton. of the On-
tury iioof. will do faney dances
LIGHT Miss Marge Kenn and j
Itfack Kuschner will do th- ' one-step.'
Deaths and Funerals
' SOJDTHWICK. Ruth lla'.tir 'south-1
wick.' 16-months-old daughter of 1
L yal M and Martlf M King Poiith-1
j wick, died at 7:30 o'clorl; Saturday
I morning at the resilience. 284G River!
I a venue. The babe was norn In Ogdeijf, I
June 29, 1 '.' 1 ' funeral service will
! bo held at I o'clock Monday afler
I noon at ihe Larkin chapel with bishop
X. A. Tanner offlCUCtlng. The body
may be lewed this afternoon and evt -tiling
and tomorrow until the tlm of
the funeral at the L.xrkin chapel.
Burial win take place a) Liberty.
I.LK. funeral services for Mrs.
I Louise S Allen wife of Alburn Allen. '
.were field at Huntaville Frlda after-
: noon, and were conducted by Bishop
' .loliu M Crow Speakers were Bishop
Joseph Peterson, C x Wright C '
A Lindqillst, John Chambers. Fred V".
Chambers, ApOflfle D. 0 McKay and
, Bishop Grow. Music w'as furnished
by the Huntsville ward choir. Mrs.
Charlea Allen Mrs. Joseph Mitchell.
Br nest McKay nod Mrs. lJhillip Orth
I Interment was in the Huntsville ceme
, tery. Nels Lofureen dedicating the
:r .e e
WKISH Funeral services for
Marie Welsh were held Saturday af
1 ternoon In the Third ward chapel
with Bishop M 1: R,ichardsoh offf
I elating Tln solos. "Beautiful Isle of
I isomeWhei e" mid ' Mi Father Knows."
were rendered bj in Ida Anderson
. Sometime, Somewhere" and "Youi
Sweet Little Rosebud" were sung by
1 Miss Luetic Williams. The speakers
Were Ezm Poller, J H IlunlT,
Charles Kingston and E. A. Larkin.
1 fnterment was made in the city ceme
woomtl PF The body of Mrs
Jojerdiine Woodruff, who died In
Cheyenne Wyo., wUl arrive in this
, city .Monday A short funeral ser
' Ice will be I Id at the Kirk. nd. ill
I chapel, after v hleh burial will be
I made In tbe Mountain 'lew ceme
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KANSAS CuURT RULES
ON INSURANCE IN WAR
TOPEKA, Kan . Nov. fi The
Kapaas supreme court, in g decision
handed down toda) Upheld Ihe con
tention of a iif- Insurance company
that It cannot be held liable for Ihe
full amount of a pon. j bearing a mili
tary service waiver. In case ihe insured
died while engaged In such service.
The court ruled that n.illtury service"
could not be restricted to actual fight
ing but that sin h s. ri. ,- b.'jfiiis with
DOING V I l FTLE
' I N I I III VKINt. 1
UOiUSTQ, rex. justice Depart
in en I Chief Wsbb Kplfllned why he
was late to work Been eloing some
undertaking. s.ti, he, "My neighbor
found a flea on her cat. put the cat un
rte.j a box 10 fumigate H 1 burled the
flea and the cat thle morning"
Youv nerve power depends on plentv
( uoikI. llcb red blood '" tit. kind tbul
organli Iron Novated iron help make.
Xnxutcl Iron is like (be iron in your blood
und 111..- tlir- iron In Bpinach, U-nlllM and
apples, while metallic iron is Iron jut as
it COmea from Ihe action Of strong in Ida
on Iron fUingH Nnxated Iron does not
injure the tee th noi upaet tbf atbmach;
lit i .-irj antirel) different tiling from ordi
nary metallic Iron. II quick)) ln;l.( niak--I
rich, red blood, revitalize wornout. -
hauated nervpa and give on new atrengtn
1 and enorgy Over L 000.000 people an
nually ore usinp: It. Beware of atbstltUtSS.
I Always Insist upon having genuine or
ganlc iron Nuxated lion Look for tha
letters dl 1 on every tablet Sold b all
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MWy . - STT"
"BODY AND SOUL"
ALICE LAKE IS FEMININE JEKYLL
AND HYDE IN LATEST PHOTOPLAY
Has Greatest Opportumt of Her Career in "Body and Soul."
Unusual Parisian Drama by
SURROUNDED BY REAL LATIN QUARTER TYPES
- - ' ' , j;:u.. .iJJJm. i, 'i J
For the Laugh That Lingers Longest.
WADE HAMILTON at the Organ
His Music Is Out of the Ordinary Hear Him.
N. 0. FARMERS
Digging of Potatoes and Fall
Plowinci Now Demands
NOKTH OGDEN Nov. 6.-Herculean
?lforis were put forth bv I
farmers of this district during the
w.ik and the', s-iccceded in set
ting most of the sugar be I . op
harvested They are nov free to
proceed With "he potato harvest antl 1
The temple excursion Thursday
from this unid was a decided suc
cess. Mrs Mary Shaw if reooverlog
from Injuries received in a recent
; Mis Josephine niavlork will soon
leave with bei ramllj to jnn Mr
BlaylOCk al Buhl. Ida., where the-y
Will make their future home
The upper grades ol the North
Ogun school will resume class work
Mondaj the students having assisted
tur some time In the bfet harvest.
Fast d.e will be observed in this
ward Siindnv. with the usual work
attended to In the atternoon meet
ing al 2 o'clock preceded bv ihe
ordinance ol baptism at the nouu
hour In the font room
Mis Ruoda Jones has been
spending some time with a nuinh.-i
:0f her children at various Idaho
SCHOOLTEA0HK5fGMi rRl THIS
ICVAN8VILL1E, ind. Other y' vn
iher- - htlrKe Traffic officer U niton
With vanity. "Not so " nays he. explain
ing why he has a mirror fastened 10
his sign post,. 1 can the t raffle
behind my back. Great stuff
aaaaaaa JflaHBlHy ' 1 ")
BRRON R. D WAHfi
WASH INCJTON. The newest
tlon to be established in Washington!
I is that of the liny a;atc of Luxemburg
p Baron d. Vab;l bus arrived to be J
charge de'affalres Formexly he wasi
I secretary of agriculture and sociall
'welfare in tin Luxemburg eaMnet. '
OGDEN IN IN :
Gaae B. Rodman and George
W. Uocldarcl Arraigned
Before Judge Johnson
Gage M Rodman, president ol the
Van Aln Canning company and
George Y. Goddard, president of the
Goddard Packing ompanv of Ogden.
were among the officials of the I
Utah-Idaho Sugar company who were
arraigned before Judge Tillman I
Johnson in the federal court in Salt
hake esterday Indictments against
ibein charge violation of the Lever
act. They were granted until Sar
lurday. Nov. 13 to file demurrers to,
the charged Of sugar speculation held
get rid r- A T
OF THAT r M I
Tree TrUI Treatment on
fip - ,9 I I 1 '0 mj 'paj when I
I ' vtk red di if treatment
f often red 1 t tha rate
fl. ,1' a pound a day No dietlns
1 1 ' - abaolutel
rv'W M"'J fur' atethod.
K I Mr. E Datenian writes.
K k ' 4 Have taken our treatment
Mak (Ba snd " ii wonderful how it re-
53w Infl i ;' "s " does Just as sou
ag 0:1 v 1 hnf reduced poun-i
t',rt. Ann.i Schmidt writes I welgb-rl '7
'nntinri hetore 1 sturtod your treuimem
land 1 now weigh 138 pound. You may
print this If vou like
These are just examples of what my
' treatment can accomplish Let me send
on more proof al iny expense
DR R NEWMAN, Licensed Physician
"86 Fifth Avenue N'cw York Desk H-578
Railroad Man Gives Good
I "Several yean ago i was under treat
men! of a stomach specialist for 5
inon'hs. 3 weeks of which were spent
in a hoppilal Another stomach spe
cialist told me I had gall stones and:
i hat an operation was necessary I did
n,ol want to hae this. 1 lost -IS pounds!
in weight. Talking with brakeman
loue day he told of Mayr s Wonderful i
i Remedy and since taking It I have
igained 16 pounds aDd am feeling fine.
I I am advising others to try It." It is a
jfciinple hariuleSH proparatiou lha! re
.moves Ihe catarrhal mucus from ihe
intestinal tract and allays the Inflam
mation which causes practically all
stomach lier and Intestinal ailments,
including appendicitis "ne dose will
jiouvlnce or money refunded Me In
'tyre Trug Co , and druggists every
WANT HAIR GROWTH?
Sox Frso To Vou?
WouU Toil LiU Suck amUM TKU
f.WV Da yu wt, lr. a trill bi f
Khtt,it&. LftJtirovd taccM'
J 'rj fuliamini cikbT If o fa
f-M fffK c ' r.i.ly Co UWVIf Chit adv. br
Dk Ii iori or latter, mini for
JP JpP rIE BOX lol.f.mtuift.fi
H cgar rt.or. I for t)i.-Jrnrt Ihlnrlor
ggfr. x flSSHfconO !) 'tit !. t nd iff - I tore-, t
v(j't -'3T BA L 0141 1 ' 'B,,n' ' "
C'-'t'' w "ur g'0 lo h pf f
' V K M7t bad filled SorVrnei
tar f awnsltr lukoil It arj br mn and wm
It la urfclly tinulMi and afim itln.nlaiM balr
, iravtS in a fiw daTi 7Vuif iciidarrul Addfaa
I Rastatt taairmrr. Stallaa f, Kl 311, ttt Yark
Have a Clear, wM
Velvety Skin Vm
Let Stuart's Calcium Wafer Clear r-l ft
Complexion of Pimples .ind Such
BlemiGhes and Ncte How P1
All cuIk realise iht tortax we .ire-lv r
mi; In m age of brunts, a clen. reirety f
'SKKt lEGIBaa i'
skin im a .suir stepping sirim- lo mi. e, BfH
I nMKhil-. facea lilieil with ptmpl'V dUM
omttona hi khf ihik. etc., are out of tup'' IbbbbbbbI
Thf rr e discord .'itid nie nr.thlnir Oul
lunbenlthy facet d ia lo Moivl linpurltHr. ,
Cleanse the blood with smart f caJcuErri
' Wafer and tin- facial blemishes 1l4i
Stuart's Calcium Wafer ihow thir h sB
I fluenec in the akin when thei impioi''- H
nnrl clear the llood. And you will ivv H
I hove n toon complexion until the MoeviT1-' lf
No mater iiow had your complexion H
stunt i'n i milium Wafer wlH oi - H
wonder wnh it You ion xet tbeai ;b H
ih- wondei wafer at your o.- -.ca' ' t,x H
cent a package-
BEATS GASOLINE AT
15 CENTS A GALLON
New Invention Makes Fords Run 34 I
Mile on Gallon of Gasoline and
Start Easy in Coldest Weather.
Other Cars Show Proportionate J
A n-w carhuertor which cuis djoMi
gasoline consumption of an) motor, is
eluding the Ford and reduces gasoline
bills trom one-third to one half is the )H
proud achievement of the Air-Kriction
( arbitteior Co., Madison St, Day
ton Ohio This remarkable invention
not only increases the power of all mo
tors from 30 per cent to 50 per cent.
but enables every une. to run alow on
high ser 1 1 telsu makes ii easy to
btart a Ford or any other car In the j
coldest weather without previousb '.M
warming the motor wiih it jrou en l
Muse the verj cheapest grade of gaso
line or hall gasoline and half kerosene I
and si ill k'-t more powei- and more
mileage ih an you now get from the
highest test gasoline Many Ford own I
nrs say ihey now gel as high as 4S lo
ISO miles to a gallon of gasoline. Sn
"sure are the manufacturers of the mi
Intense saving their new carburetor will I
make thai thej offer to send it on so
days' trial to every car owner Aa II
'can be put on or taken off in a few I
(minutes by an one. all readers of this j
3 ! paper who wanl to try (1 should send I
'their iiHtne addres and make of car
to the manufacturers at once Thev
also want local agents, to whom the H
offer exceptionally large profits. Write
e l hem today Advertisement
Thousands Cured By 1
Drinking Mineral Water i
The Famous Perlax Mineral Spring at
Excelsior Springs. Mo Makes Gen
erous Offer to Sufferer. J
Bverj yeai as maDy as 250,000 pen- afl
pie isil Excelsior Springs, Mo. t
drink the wonderful waters found
there Invalids from' all over the court
try, tfiven up by their home doctors fH
und health and irlgoi In 'he mineftfl
and curative agents compounded fi
underground by Nature.
Probably the mOSl lamous waters
are those found in the Perlax Mineral
Spring, and man: thousanda who havi
suffered from (.out. Rheumatism. COB
stipation. Llvet and Kidnej troubles
and situilar ailments have been per .
manentl'' relieved by drinking il H
So confident ate ihe owners of the
opiing that this water will benefit you
'that ihev ofrer to send a $1 carton of
Perlaa Mineral SalU to anyone who M
Ivsill write for It. When dissolved In XM
water this Ifl equal to ten gallons of
Perlax Mineral Water Theii offer Is
thai It is to be paid for only If it ben.
The p raon taking it Is to be the.
'sole judge and repon results withhl
.thirty days' time.
If you sufler from any of the above
diseases write for a carton today. Send
Damone; lust your name and addreeH
10 Perlax Mineral Springs, S3- Perlax
1 Dldg., Excelsior Springs, Mo Advor
TRY THIS FREE 1
I New Invention Sent on 30 Day Trll
Without Expense to You
Si mi Bend ne your name and 1 will
end nou my new copyrighted rupture
I hook and meaaurement t.lank. When vou
iitinn Die blank I will .-end yon in nev
Invention for rupture, when it arrive
put It on ami waai It, Put it to every et
vou ran thinU ot The hardet the test
th. bettei on a 111 like it Vou wit won
der bow you evei kv ong w.th the old
atsle . ruel m.m:.k liusse or belt.. WKH
Ice straps of torture. Hm own goon,
common ienae and your own doctor wt
tell you ii is the onlv way In wbivb vou
ca" ever expect cure. After wgrtng
it SO tlav:. it it ik not entirely satlalaetorv
n even way if 't i not eaay and com
fortabkii ou cannot actually your
iiiutur.- setting better, "'J 'f r,ot co"
a curi la merely a qjUMtlon
of tlui.-. just letu. n it and oU r- out
nothJfeg. vnv ruptpra appliance sen i on
l in d.-.v s' trial without expense you la
;lij,r , Tell your P ' .
of this EAST HOLD Co. Wt Koch Bid;..
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