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I t THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, 1920. ISSP
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1 Backers of National Sport Get
1 Together Brigham j
Tentative Pla" for tn Northern
T-'tah basfb.nl! league niad" at
Brigham City yesterday afternoon
when repreeentatlves of the Ogden
Trlmonton. Brtrham Smith;
fir id and Lewiston clubs m to ciis
which will bo composed of three
1 from the Wssatch league and
throe clubs from the Cache Valley
L?0dB was represented at the meet
ing by Mayor rnnk Francis. C
Thorstrnscn, Al Warden, Frank Scott,
and I'lovd A Tlmmcrnian.
; Jayor Peters of Brlgham City pre-;
Sided at the session In speaking in
behalf of the Ogdon team. Mayor
Frank Francis mated that the City had
assured those back of th move i that
thev won Id have a first rlass athletic
(Held by the time the season starts In
1Jjohn Cobum represented 1l1n I;
gan club at ihe meeting. He outlined
the plans a-; r commended by the clubs,
of the Cache Valley league and stated
That ho was satisfied that the thre.
teams on the other side of the moun
tain were ready m talk business. Re
iitataed that good baseball was de
manded by the fans of Cache al-j
lev. . .
Whether the league will play inde-;
pendent ball or whetheT th wll'an"
,-hor under organized baseball will be;
1 decided at Logan next Tu after-;
noon, when representatives of tno t
dubs meet. Frat k a ol 11 1
sent Ogden at this meeting
Joe Van former Union association
star and manager of the Brigham
Peaches, explained plans of organised
baseball to those present Three Clubs
1 Opden. Tremonton and Rrlgham ra ,
Vored this brand of ball.
H e. Davis of Brlgham and John;
Cob urn of Ix)pnn. were named as aj
committee to obtain material n o
ganlzcd baseball and c make theif re
Hk port at the next meeting Tuesday,
j From all Indications the new U ig ue
1 In assured and the complete di -tails
Vlll be settled at the next, session.'
H The league president, nod pthei
I Salt Laker Locates
H j Honest Man in Ogden
Dick Vowles of Salt Lake came bvef
I J to visit Jack Littlefield, adjutant to
Commissioner J Ray Ward lasl weeW
Returning hmr- by automobile he
lost a bag containing a lot of baby
things, and thereby nearly loM bis
Jiome. he said In a letter to Mr. Little
j field, received today
li But through the efforts of one Mr.'
I O'Connor of 134 West Twenty-ninth
U street, who found the bag md rc-
J turned it to its rightful owner Vowles
1 said he is not only assured oC peace
In the family, but he sa s he knows.
11 -where an honest man lives in Ogden
I Union Thanksgiving
The program for the Union Thanks
giving service at the First Congre
gational church tomorrow at lint m.
is a.s follows:
Prelude "Andantlno" LeMalre
Offertory, "Cradle Song" . Schubert
Postlude, "Poatlude"., Seotson Clark
Solo. "Lord Te:ich Me to Pray
Mrs. G w. DalrympTe.
Solo, "The Harvester's Song,"....
M..' Gra e Matthewa
A .them. "CX Give Thanks Unto the
Sermon. The Perfect Thanks-Offering"
A hearty Invitation Is extended to
LIVELY TIME AT
Gus Becker Brings Down
Gobbler That Tries io
Hit the Breeze
The turkey and merchandise shooi
eiwn " 'near Coueh .ind ihe Ogden
gun Club yesterday was a huge success
i vehty-three shooters returned to the
cU after the shoot, each carrying
William Dralney and A) Commlngs
demonstrated that they had the sread
i si hand and keenest eye by heading
the lost of shooters witii good cores
of is and BO. Nevertheleas thev had
to work hard as G 1 Backer and Kl ine
Ford were right behind, with 47.
and T. Samuel drowning and A. P.
BtgelOW third, with 4. After the
smoke had cleared away and m-ores
compiled, the prises were distributed.
First ppiaa, of coi.rsv. went i" Drain
ey and Cummings; which was donated
y Browning Hros. cbmpany, Oiu
Bi cker and Ernie Ford tied for the
Thermos bottle donated i Sullivan
riitr company. Third prise was tied
for by T Samuel BrOWblng and A.
P BIgelOW. Naturally, Browning won
a box of cigars. C. J. Doon and
Doc. Worrell and Tom Freed tied for
flrt prize In ' It" rlSSB Star vl-
brator, donated by Claude Armstrong
Sporting Goods compsnt) After the
toss Up It was found that Ftrocd was
the luckj' man Wlllfam Moss. John
Taylor and Chris AafdneSOTI tied for
second prize "K ' lasx. John Taylor
proved to be the thirsty one and won
the oaae of Becco, donated bj L.
Becker oompanj Charles Parnell, a.
K. Becker and (iuy Uahl tied for
the third prize. B' class, and on the
toss Purncll won the necktie donated
1 i"rrd m. e company. Charles
l ord won ihe first prize "C" class,
I Which was a ("nlver.snl Thermos bottle,
donated by George A -Lowe company,
Frank Melghan wo'n the second prize
C" class which was a leg of l imb.
donated bj Adolpb Miller, of the
Washington Market Q. .M. Brlcendlne
won Ihe I. ox of cand donate. I by the
Orpheum 'and- company HTerb Brew
er won the first prize P" laas. a
knife and fork kit donated by Culrcj
Drug company. Oscar Couch second
Prise pocket knife, donated by W.it-SOn-'FIygars
The shoot was- marred bj ;i eataa
trophe for during one of the events a
frnl.lilor tr . t r, , t , . 9 . I
and flew sme 200 yards to the top of
i i ill tree. Gus Beaker was picked to
Sec that the turkey did not Ket away.
and a. ihe gobbler made for the sky
Hus brought him t.. earth with one
shot, which relieved the situation.
The scores were a.s follows:
a L. Cummings. . .
Will lain Dralney 48
Gus Becker . .' 47
Ernie Pond . 47
T Samuel Browning 4,,
A. P. BIgelOW . . ! 46
C J. I.inon , . . 4
I X Hood .,!.! 46
Hoc Worrell ' 45
Tom Freed ..... 45
J. L. Ta lor . 44
William .o?.s .... 4 4
'hris Aadenson 44
Charles Parnell 4-i
A K. Becker .....".".".' 42
iuy Dahl . ' ' 4-
Charles 1. Ford ' .
Frank Melghan . . '. . 40
I ' M Bnzendin 39
George Baker 37
J. E. Sarver 36
I lech. Brewi r ' 35
isca'r Couch '.i 34
William Smith .... ' 29
Thanksgiving Day to
Be Fair and Wanner
"Pair ami warmer."
That is the prediction of the weath
er man for Thanksgiving day in ug
I den vicinity.
Tonight will be fair, with warmer
weather in the south portion. Tem
l peratures yesterday were 40 degrees!
maximum and 10 degrees less for thei
The new regular army division of:
1 niteii s't.iie.s will be made up of
1 18.000 men.
I AMERICA'S POLISH S
H . Bhelirlo a Good. Siting
I Musa VsjUUIjU BROWN
H IaLWAYS--!' !0 CENT5 I
I Too Much
X T1it"i' may e dangerous
SHPCLUV as too little
f When the skin is sallow or yellow, the
eyes dull, the head aches or sleep broken
and unrefreshirrg, the back aches, or there
is a pain under the right shoulder blade it
is an indication that the body is being poi
I soned by poorly digested and imperfectly elim-
j inated food-waste. It is a wise thing to take
I Beecham's y
to relieve tHeae symptoms by BEaagpai
I Helping to remove the causes VB DW
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R. C. CAMPAIGN
Chairman Carver Reports on
Efforts of Local Work
ers to Date
The Red Cross membership solid
tation will ciOBC as soon as the fields
asslfraed are completed, chairman J.
E. Carver said today. The work in
ihe local ;nd county walls ha been
held bark owing to Ihe activities of
ihe tri staWe bazaar, and in the roun
ty ihe men have been so hus with
the beets that ihe returns will be
I considerably delayed.
"Returns in Ogden "ity have been
'most (-ncourairinc " snid Mr Carrer.
i H. C. Bigelow not only renewed his
1 membership hut with i sent a one
hundred dollar check lor Ihe local
The Eccles building relnrued 159
dollar memberships. The Methodist
'church. 54: the Onion depoi and
; terminal. 383. Miss Jennie Flygare,
for the m stake bazaar booth, hand
"The following firms have renewed
or taken new memberships to 100
per cent of all employed Butt's,
Wright's ogden Furniture company,
Hecker Brewing company, tin- city
I hall cit fiie department. SkaggS
stores Stipt. H I- 1HS oin. r in ih.
depot and Supt. Lewis' office of the
The schools are doing good work.
iThe only drawbacB has been the lack
I of people who could give the time
I to make the work complete. H M
I hoped that all the city returns wiU
ihe in in the next few days
PETLURA S MEN GIVE UP:
UlbAKMtU BY POLES
LONDON. Nov. 24. The last rem
nants or the hoop? -f Q nci-al Pet
lura Ukranlan leader, have crossed
,h- I Ur.ini.tn fruntir !"' I'oland and
have been disarmed by Polish troops,
accordlnp to Tuesdav s -ffi. nl state
ment from the Russian soviet war of
fice received from MOSCOW by wlr. ll SS
today . , . ..
"Previously in the direction of oi
ochysk," adds the statement, ' our
troops decisively sttaclted Petluras
rear guard, defeated it snd captured
VolOChysk. WC took fourteen suns
Ay many prisoners."
TOKIO. Nov. Z General Semen-
off lra-ier of anti-Bolshevik forces
fnsi of Lake Baikal, Siberia, is coming
to' Japan. It Is said, in press dispatches
.VsHcrilons are made that his forces
MOB TAKES NEGRO
FROM COURT: LYNCHED
TUlaBRTON, Miss.. Nov. 24- Harry)
Jacobs, lf-cro. while on trial Tuesday
for an assaulr on white woman was
imken from th court room and
lynched by mob whirh gained
. ess h brenkmp: lown two .loors l--I
Spltt efforts of f ourt officials und oth-1
.is to prevent violence, the negro was
seised. A rope was placed
about hU neck ami he was
dragjred two blocks through the
main street ;fter which the rope w;ia
tied 10 the axle of an automobile
whb Ii ilraggei him to a bridge where
1 1 be lifeless boil w.is swung to a limb
'of a tree and riddled with hulleta
me man wan accidental shot.
I ' nsurcessful appeals were made
by tbe Judge and the husband of the
I woman asuaulted to permit Ihe court
jto proceed In an orderly manner.
ACCUSED KIDNAPER OF
THEATRE MAN RETURNED
PORTLAND, Ore . Nov 24 -John
l")ought former private secretary to
Ambrose -I. Small, missing millionaire
theatre owner of Toronto, Canada. 1st I
lire today for 'loronto, In custody of
Austin P. Mltfhell, chief of dCtCCtlVI I
of the eastern Canadian cit Bfltchsll
laid they would stop In 'hiciK" he
twecn trains to obtain 1100,000 in
Canadian Vlctorj bonds which Dough
ty said he had deposited there after
Bleating them from his employer.
Ii'oughty was nrresteti at Oregon City,
near here Monday, after nearly a
j year's world-wide search for him
Special Thanksgiving day
program at the Cozy tomor
row. Open at 12 o'clock.
Charlie Chaplin in "A Day's
Pleasure"; "A Son of the
North," Latest News and "ihe
Lost City." Admission 10c
and 15c. 1
lAUTOIST BLAMED FOR
LONG BEACH, ,.ilir, Nov. 24. A
coroner's Jury here Tuesday, after
hearing witnesses tell of an automobile
accident last wetk in which A. T. i
Van tle Water, congressman-elect, add
ft g se r -.iry Miss JanlCC letihon met
death, returned S verdict slating they
srere killed bj sicideni -caused by the
criminal negligence of Carlyle Hughes I
In violation Of traffic laws."
I The accident occurred when Van de
Water drove bis automobile into a!
truck and trailer which had been left
standing unllghted on the highway
Hughe-, owner of t-h truck, was ar-
id Hi- next day and charged with
raanslaugHter He was released under,
, Slu.Oiiii ball Van de W ater Will be
i buried today.
FAMOUS ROBBERY ECHOED
IN GOVERNOR'S PARDON
DENTER, Colo.. Nov. 24. Among
Thanksgiving pardons granted toda)
by Governor Oliver II Shoujj was one I
to Phillip Cohen, Kort Morgan, Colo .
produce dealer convicted of the rob-1
berj of JMrs. Harry N. Nolan, society
woman "i i . over at the sfodel Road-.
bouse near here on New Year's Bvsj
1917. Diamonds valued at several!
thousand dollars were taken from Mrs I
Nolan but were recovered.
Cohen kvas under sentence of five
to seven years in the penitentiary,
Mrs. Nolan was robbed While in i
company with Father Sarrett Burke I
Denver: Mrs. and Mrs. Nolan joined'
Mil the application for Cohen's pardon.
Cohan was "a victim of circumstances'
the governor t,ld In granting the pardon.
GYPSY GIRLS ATTEMPT
TO STEAL BANK FUNDS
MARINETTE, Wis., Nov. 24 Kob
bery of the Farmers Savings and Trust I
b.mk was attempted here Tuesday hy
tacb girls members o: a gps tribe
I encamped near here. While the atten
tion of the cashier was diverted by
one of the girls who was telling his
fortune, the other grabbed s roll of
bills containing more than $B00. The!
attempt was frustrated by the nssist
'.mi cash lei who Wrested the money
from the girl.
BANK BOOKS CHECKED UP
TO PROVE A SHORTAGE
'KLAN. N. Y., Nov 2 1. Three
Buffalo l-.;nk examiners are working
on the books of the. state hank of Fill
more, following the disappearance
Saturday of C. J- Howden. president
of the Institution, and the discovery
of an alleged shortage of 60,000. I-ast
night the directors elected C. E. Haines
The cashier stated that the surplus
supply had been wiped out but that
the capital was Intact and that the
bank would continue to operate.
The vacuum-scaled tin
is the only way lor you to
get coffee at its very hest.
It brings it to you with
the full original flavor, and
ground evenly and just
right. You get the full
fragrance aad rich taste.
.All the coffees packed
in vacuum tins are good.
Two or three are really fine.
Your money back (at
your grocer's) if you don't
like Schilling Coffee.
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Opportunity Sale I
Full Quartered Oak Magazine Rack H
Regular JULI On I
$goo Jul Saleat I
Value UU 6 I
UNKNOWN A. E. F. DEAD
WILL REMAIN IN FRANCE
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. The war
department "Is not free to consider"
sutfjfest ions that the bodies of all un
identified American dead be hroiiffht
from fiance and burled in Central
park. New York. Se.-retary Maker said j
today, replying to a suggestion by a
repr. senla! i e of Kodman anamak-
er. leput' police . commissioner of
"I thhik the war department Is
bound to sontMue its policy of leaving!
our unidentified dead In Fram e,- said
Mr. Baker. 'However. I am still
considering a sunestlon that one un
Identified soldiers body be brought i
home and burled In Victory ball, New;
York, and I will give my answer on
that proposition within a few days"
TURKEYS ARE EXPENSIVE
AND SCARCE IN EAST
CHICAGO, Nov 2 4. A shortage of
turkeys lias increased the price of the
official 'I h.-inksjriviiiK bird five to 'rn
cents a pound in middle western states
over the If 19 prices and as a result j
many housewlxes will substitute i
. hlckens. geese and ducks In the
Thanksgiving menu, reports rrom tnc
'turkey centers.'" Indicated
Chicago's supply of gobblers tod.iv
was many carloads sJiort of the num
ber nee. lid. according to dealers, with
the retail prices ranging from 55 to 60
cents a pound.
Springfield, 111., dealers quoted even
nisher prices; their birds bringing 62
cents a pound while price? ar Water
loo. Iowa, were 43 to 45 cents ( ither
towns reported prlCSS ranging from 4"
to 60 cents.
i 'hlckens. ducks and geese were re
ported plentiful everywhere.
FORM NATIONAL COUNCIL
NEW YORK. Nov. 24 The coun
cil "f the national retailers was form-
led (Tuesday bv representatives of ihe
five principal national associations,
representing 13.000 retailers of dry
Koods. clothing, shoes and millinery
I throughout the country.
I The national associations reprosent
! ed were the National Retail Iuy Goods
! association. National Association of
1 Retail I'lothlers. National Garment
, Retailers association, National shoe
Retailers association of the United
States and Retail Milliners associa
tion of America.
HERE ARE RULES FOR
PACKAGES TO SOLDIERS
WASHINGTON, Nov 24 New llm
! Rations on the weight and size of
ChflstalSI packages for soldiers sta-J
tloned in Germany, IJorio Rico, and
the Panama Canal Zone, were fixed i
todaft by the ouartermaster general
Packages fOr Porto Rico must not
WSlgh more lhan 50 pounds or have a
combined length and Rlrth of more;
than St Inches packages for PSnUUnSt
must not exceed 72 Inches In length:
i and Kirlh. and packages for the army
, in Germany must not weigh more than'
I 25 pounds or have a combined length
and girth of more than 85 Inches.
JURY URGES RELEASE OF
BOY WHO SHOT FATHER
PHOENIX Ariz. Nov. 23. Alva
' Patterson, 1. charged with the mur
der of his rather, Frank M. Patter
son, at their ranch homa near here)
In i trtober, lgl'9, was found guilty of i
manslaughter by n Jury In The superior
court lato Tuesday. 'I"he jury recom
mended a suspended sentence
The youth was alleged to hae shot
his father during a quarrel. He plead
ed self-defense. ssyinK his father tried
i to poison him.
"Auction of Souls" at Rex
j again today. Shows at 5, 7
and 9 p. m. See all the big
'specials for a dime. I
SHIP RIGGER AND WIFE f
BOTH GIVE TESTIMONY I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson
Say Tanlac Has Restored
Their Heaith After Years of
M wife end I have both tried
Tanlac and leiominend it bec.tus.. we
believe ere are telling suffering people
t a medicine that will help them
too." said Paul Johnson, a shlp-rlgger.
living ..t 2 llii Katfle aenue. Alameda.
"Kor seven or eisht years." contin
ued Mr Johnson, I suffered with a
bad case of stomach trouble. Nothing,
I ate Lgreed vlth me but formed sour
g iv which pressed on my chest until i
felt like 1 wae smothering I was con- i
stlpated, nervous and restless, and1
was so weak and worn out that 1 could
I When your skin breaks out with
, itching eruptions, tetter, rasli eczema.
psoryasis or other terrifying disorders.
ery often the pain becomes so in
tense, and the discomfort so thorough
ly unbearable that ou are willing to
j try almost any remedy that you" think
will give some measure of relief from
I the torture.
I, But temporary relief will do you but
j little good, for soon all the Itching and
I irritation breaks out afresh with re
I newed fury, and you soon realize that
local remedies such as ointments,
'salves anil similar treatment will per
I er rid you of your trouble
It will not be so difficult to rid your TH
self of sk.n diseases If you will bur Lbbbk
ieal ze that these troubles originate Larfl
in 'lie blood and if you expect real Laaw
substantial relief you must treat them
through tin blood
Che besl remedy for this purpos
ia S S S.. the fine old blood remedy
that purifies Hie blood of disease
germs, and thus restores the skin to
a normal and heulth condition
Begin taking 8 8 S. toda. and
write a complete histnrv of your case,
and our medical director wlli give you
expert advice withoui charge Address
chief Medical Adviser S2n Swift Lab
oratory . Atlanta, 6a. !
J-K' EASY TO BREAK RIGHT UP i
n 1 ''In H
Don't pass vour cold to other mem
bere of your family. Don't stay
tuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuf
fllnx' A dost of "Pape's Cold Com
pound" taken every' two hours until
three doses are I iken usually breaks
up a severe Cold and ends all grippe
The very first dose opens jour
clogged-up nostrils and the air pass- j
hardly keep going. LaewH
i raftered so from rheumatism that
l.ep! me miserable nearly all B
thfl time I was limg in Aberdeen. V
Washington when I het;an takinc .
Tau-lac Before I finished the f:rst V)
bottle I could tell that I was improv- H
ing and now J am feeling fine. My P
stomach is in perfect order, the rheu- H
matlsm is 1 1 gone. 1 never have a pain B
of any kind and am always ready for IsLLBm
a good day's work. BLLa
"My wife got In a wak and run- LbLLbh
down condition and felt ml.vrabla SLLH
nearly all the time from catarrh of LLLoH
the head and stomach. Well. Tanlac HB
h n1 ilr.ii-- ma so much good that she
began taking It and hep tmproement
was even more noticeable than mine.
She has gained twenty pounds and Is
now enjoying the hest of health H
Tanlac in Ogden by A . R. H
BCdntyre Drug Co s two busy stores. ILLH
Why Are Skin Diseases
? . .
i So Difficult to Overcome??
' I 1 "f head, stops nose runninr;
the headache, dullness, fever- ffl
IshnesH. sneezing, soreness and stiff
"1'iP"'-' 'old Compound" ) the
quickest, surest relief known and rosn
only rev i nts at drug stores It I -
acts -without assistance, tastes nice
COUGH DROPS j I
- Put one in your mouth at bedtime-
SUndard-Exarnincr Classified Ada. Always Bring RcsuItaT