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S , M Tttli OGDEN STANDARD EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, 1920.
Tells of Attending Darrell
Wilson Following Shoot
ing in Taxicab
Duncan Diinscomhvi prisoner In iho
city Jail araitinR trial on thj chargt
of Impersonating :i federal officer,
wai a witness in the city courl oda)
for Jock Pass and flus Burr, charged
with first degree murder in connection j
with the death of Darrell Wilson, a'
Dunscombe's testimony pertained tr
a hole in Pass trouser !,-. and alleged
scorches on the underwear ol the de
fendant, Dunscombc, an inmate of a coll ad
joining that in which Pass was oon
flnod. claimed he had seen the alleged!
bullet hole on the day following- Pass'
arrival at the jail. Ho Bald thai Pnm
had borrowed .1 clothes brush from
him and had obliterated the traces of
powder marks. He claimed that there
were considerable powder marks on
leg of the pahtfl, and trace- of powder
on the underwear. This powder was
described by Dunscombe as being dark
blue in color.
AI-LEtiKD OS ERS VTIOS.
L'uncan Intimated thai there had I
been conversation between Pass and '
himself regarding the can?e of the al
leged bullet mark. This testimony was
i.M ..Hmlll.H nhlllnno liivl.-i- Vinr.il
In:ado oy County Attorney .1" ph B
CROSS-EX flN ED.
; In cross-cxamiruug Duncombe,
County Attorney I'.ai- . i: n
Dunscombc or Pass Smoked, Duns
combe 8-ld that both did
The prosecuting attorney then asked
If the prisoners had access to matches. '
Duhscofobe replied iii the affirmative.
The witness was then quizx
where he had seen powdi r burns. He
said ho had seen tnem In Monl
when a revolver was accldentall" ills-,
charged through the pocket of a coat
which he was wearing Ho testified as I
to the color of powder stains on varl
ous colored cloths. Pass, Dunscombe
affirmed, brushed for half an lioui or
more to obliberatc traces of the pow-1
der stains upon his clothing.
I Following examination of Puns
combe. County Attorney Bates called
Dr. Mark Brown as a witnei Dr,
Brown testified that he had attonded
h Wilson, it is alleged, died as the
V result of a bullet fired by r.
H Dr. Brown stated that upon rcceiv-
lng a call from the hospital, he went
HLj t0 attend Wilson. Wilson, he stifled,
K had been shot in the lef i leg, i ibul
Hk four inches below the
B body made by the juncture of tho
H thigh and the abdomen The bullet,
Hj Dr- Brown stated, coursed downward,
B lodging agnln:
1 X-ray pictures of the were tak-
j en and tic bullet removed
I-"! Monday afternoon. The bullet which
was identified by Dr. Hrown as t lu
ff one he had extracted from Wllson'n
leg,- was introduced nr. evidence,
(j Dr. Brown said he Attended Wilson
J for seven days, but was not pr
J at tho time of bis death. At noon
1 Judge Roberts declared a recess in the
n case until thi9 afternoon at 1 o'clock, j
it SOU OJi : I I .
Plor to Dr Brown's appearance as
witness. W. W. RawSon snperliitend
ent at the hospital, testified regarding
records of the hospital as pertaining
J to the Wilson case, and also introduced
two X-Ray negative. purported to
have been taken of Wilson's let; Be
cause of a missing link in trie chain
of evidence, the photographs were not
accepted as evidence i; ; ojtp '
that they will bo accepted folio
the appearance of Mlas Signor HoltOn,
a nurse at tho hospital, who has
subpoenaed as a witness.
! Jack Pass and Guj Burr were seat
ed on tho "mourner.V bench in tho'
police cov.rt throughout the morning
session of ihe caso. Both seemed high-'
ly interested in tho processings. Neith
er displayed emotion throughout iho
The court room was filled with
- rtn .
I Welsh Chc-u .
A't Tabernacle Torn
Tho Mountain Ash Wei eh male
concert choir will appear at. the
tabernacle at S o'clock this evening
under the auspicc3 oC the Odcn
Hili Bchool hand.
Judge D. R. Roberts of the cily ;
court, in commenting upon tho choir
i his morning, said that he had heard
U.eru upon a previous visit and that
thoy represented what ho considered
tho highest type or vocal music.
Captain Jonathan Jones of the po
lice department, entertaiccd the choir
r.ome years ago, while he waa a
resident of Evanston. Yvyo.. he Bald,
The choir sane at )i3 home.
Lester Hlnchcliff. Instructor o(
music at the Ogden High school ,1
. i that scores of music lover.-, of i
J ;bc city havo arrayed to attend:
i the concert.
I Tho personnel or the chclr ar !
I ... J in the city today.
VI w. o; w. frke danti:
The Woodmen of the World win
g give a free dance to their members
H and friends Thanksgiving night. Ev-j
H I ,r member attend and bring a
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X f x (hi
THE BRANDED WOMAN
UTAH Theatre Todav
Judge Agce Sentences Him to
Serve From One to
After withdrawing bis pica of not
mini) m ,i i imi M' Ji v,uuiinii i nif, .
Statutory offense and eiibstiuiling it i
with a plea of guilty, David Hogge
I was sentenced by Judge a. W. Agce
! to serve a term not to exceed five I
years in the state penitentiary lhi i
Jt was explained by George Halver
son. counsel for Hogee, that the de-
fendant has wife and four children,
and he asked that the court reconi
'mend leniency In Ihc case in order
j that the man may soon be at liberty
and able to provide for his family.
i Judge Agce explained that he could
take no action other than recommend
I to the state board of pardons that
j the man be paroled as soon as pos
sible under the law linger will be ,
taken to the stale prison this af- j
Hogge was accused of intimacy
wiih an 18-year-old ogden girl. He
had teen living with the girl, the j
police say. while her parents were
out of town.
Japanese Fined far
Carrying Gun, Knife
if. Kar.ie, a Japanese, charged with
caving a concealed weapon, plead
ed fcullty before Judge D It. Roberta
In the city court this morning. Ills
trial was conducted through the medl
lum of .m interpreter and was one ot
the most interesting which has ap
peared before ilia city court lor some
Kame wis arrested by Ufficer H, .1
Hawklna of the traffic quad, and
when searched at the police station,
was found to.be carrying an automntlc
revolver and a large knife hieh, When
a button was pressed, projected a
keen blade about four inches long.
Kame, in explaining the presence
of tho weapon, -nid he had allowed a
friend to "mortgage" the pistol to '
him for 20.
The stipulation at the time of the
lean was that Kame should havo the
weapon handy when Ins friend rc-i
turned from the beet fields, so lbat
tho friend could Immediately redeem
The large knife was used ly him to
cut cord and taring, he claimed
Judge I) Tl. Roberts Imposed a pen
alt;. ' I ' 'Ml fill.' or r." d:iy.n 111 j.iil
Kame paid his fine and was re
Guilty to Speeding
Oeorge It. rtobert-, employe at the
freight dopct, pleaded noi (,-uilt- to a
charge of speeding before Judge D.l
R, RoberCS of the city court this morn-1
Ills trial Has set for December 8.1
Bail wa fixed at $85
Mr. Roberts was arrested In con
nection wltlt an automobile accident
which is, alleged to have resulted mi
Injury to Margaret J. Fenn, daughter
of Homer Inn, former service Clh
i plo e.
AT THE ORPHEUM SUNDAY
S - k ; . -
4 An actual cene from "Business Before Pleasure," the big comedy sue
cost with our old friends Potach ond Purlmutter who have left the suit and
, cloak business to come to the Orpheum theater for one night, Sundjv nq
'I vember 28. Seats now selling.
Chicago Surgeons Tell of
Health Campaign rhrough
Dr. Frederick G; r?ecsley, who re
cently succeeded Dr. John B. Murphy
as head of the medical Fchool at
Northwestern CTnlvcrslty and Dr. Johb
M Bowman, manager of the American
li'ollg'1 of Surgery at Chicago were the
I principal speakers at the annual meet
,' ing of the Ogden Rotary. club held
atJhe Weber club today Hoth men
dwelt on "better health" conditions
!; r.ec-iley in hi address, Staterl
that energetic steps to prevent all lls
! oases were being taken in all parts of
the United States and that efforts to
shorten the illness of llfpse afflicted
; irr .iiso being made
lr. Beesley is regarded as one of the
nio.it conservative and greatest mcdl
ical men In America, according to local
physicians, in his address today he
told Of the war In France, of the con
ditions which rule, in the hospitals
land of the 6ondltion of flat feet which
hampered manv of the allied troop?.
SEEK COOPER Ti.
"In malting our westward swing we
are doing so to seek the cooperation
I of the public, of business men and so
ciety, a'.id lire soliciting your support
n 1 1 demanding your interest in "bet
ter health work" said Dr. Beesley.
nae commence in your own no
piti! and in having such eonlidemo,
VOU is a patient, have a right to know
Jutt what the operation is to be, what
chance you have to recover and other
information." .iid .Mr. Brown
B.ilph K. Bristol, difdrl.-t Bol.ir
governor, thanked the two visitors for
their ifdt and stated that the 35,000
members of the Rotary club in the
United "States are back of the cam
paign being encouraged by the medl
ii pr ! He further stated thai
d national health week would ! lipid
; by the various Rotary clubs in Airier
Ilea during the coming month.
Supt. Y. Karl Hopkins of the Ogden
school system thanked the Medical as
sociation of Ogden for their interest
in th'- recent sn contest .staged in
tht sixth grades ol the various schools.
Cash prize; totalling $20.00 were
awarded to the three first place win
ners. frank Driggs read ihe report of the
various committees In charge of the
drive for members of the Ogden cham
ber of commerce and stated that more
than $G00 per month would in the fu
ture b- added to the funds The com
plete report will be made at the next
ession to be held at the Weber club
m xt Wednesday.
All members present were urged to
attend the football game to be staged!
at Lorin Parr pari; tomorrow between
the University of Wyoming ami the
ogden Athb tic association's fast elev-'
en. This contest will start at 2:30 1
Meld for Trial for
Dry Law Violation
Arthur Milder, charged with having
liquor In bis possession, pleaded not!
guilty when he was arraigned before
Judgi I . B Roberts of the cltv court,
Miller stated that the liquor which
was seized was home made beer, and
Which', in his opinion, did not contain'
alcohol in sufflcieiM quantities to place
it In the category of intoxicating liquor '
Ho will appear for trial Friday I
before Judge i R. Roberts ills holi '
was fixed nt $100
REVEAL TUMULTY THREAT
I HAT ENDED COAL STRIKE
BELLE VIDLE, HI . Nov. 2 1 The j
Coal miners Strike last fall was called!
.ff Ih'cuuhc Joseph Tumultv, gecretar!
lb President Wilsbh, informed officials
ol the miners union that the organiz
ation would be excluded from the use I
of (Iih mulls and telegraph facilities If;
the strike continued. John L J,ewis
president of the United Mlnr Workers'
Of America, asserted in an addns.
here last uigbt,
Mr. Lewis spoke before tbc Belle-j
vllle sub-district of the miners' union. 1
If tho strike continued, federal troops
..ui,l have been called out. he de-j
dared Mr. Tumulty advised him.
Under no conditions. Mi Lewis add-'
cd, would the miners stand for a wag
reduction when the present agreement
expires in April.
SVMMJNK 1 osK
CHICAGO, Rov. .'I Temporary In
junctions closing eight saloons and
cafes for viol tlOn ol the llquoi laws
were granted loda) by Judge Kenc-'
raw M. Uiudls Attorn.-v General
Brundage, of Illinois filed bills for
Injunctions closing other places us
public nuisances. The defendants
have been ordered to appear before
Judgl Land is this afternoon
R. R. MEETING DELAYED.
Ni:V YORK, Xo LM -No meeting
of i he Western Pacific railroad com
pany, tbp holding company of tho
Benxer ami Bio Grande railroad com
pany will be held until alter Decem
ber 13. it wan announced hero to
moa to you and yours.
We Invite You I
To see how really clean teeth shine H
Your teeth are coated with a film. These methods have been conbin.d in
When fresh the film is viscous you can a dentifrice called Pepsodcnt. Millions of
tfeel it with your tongue. Later it forms people have come to employ it. You can
a cloudy coat. It enters crevices and see the results wherever you look in
stays. It dims the teeth, and now we glistening teeth, in teeth vot'. envy, maybe,
know that it causes most tooth trouble3. A new dental era bar, begun, due to
There is now a way to end it. This .thcj.o discoveries. And these are benefit" IJ
week your druggist, if you ask. will give cv?ryonc should share. So you arc urged V;
you a 10-Day Tube. Get it and see what to let this 10-Day Tube show what Pep- A
it does for your teeth. Learn what film codent can do.
removal means. m
Brings five effects mBm
(1 9k lt Pepsodent brings hve distinct etTocts.
) - 0ld of brushing do not end film. f
' 1 1 ST M,H'on9 of Pe0Tlle kno- tha- Teeth dis- rlay"t ,J;.;t;vi" Icve "1df1ubt fboutthem.
color and decav despite the daily care. And 3 htt,e book Wl11 lc31 'ou what each
, . r-, T ,. , one means to you.
r, i i The -reason lies in film. It clings and A A A
Vlen Who Smoke hides, and very few escape its damW ?ne in3dent is pepsin. Another mul-
. , r-. .. tiphes the starch digestant in the saliva r
will see a quick, conspicuous L u tile.Ih,m-co;iut thLat discolors, not the t0 dige8t starch deposits that cling. J
, r teeth Film is the hasis of tartar. It -, , .
change holds food substance which ferments and Thc aU;!nit- of the sahva 15 multiplied
. , , . . . . forms acid. It holds the acid in contact at, "Ce- Th,s l neutrale the acids
Tobacco stuns the film-coat on the Wlth the teetn tQ dcc which cause tooth decay.
teeth So men who smoke will Me a Millions of mrma hrmmA in ! Th- Twc factor3 directly attack the film,
t reat change quickly. But million, of J? a f 2 ' Jhcy' One of them keenr, teeth so highly pol-
ttrth ha- c th-t "irr filr- mot irith a witn tartar, are the chief cause of pvor- :, u i i , b
lesser rtain rhca- A11 thc troubles have been con- lShfd lhat film cannot easily adherc"
ctantly increasing some have grown Every application brings the peosodent
Children's teeth are most affected alarming And all because we knew no effects. Together they mean tooth pro-
by the film Young tee th seem most Way to daily fight the film. tection like you never had before,
cubject to decay. Dent.jts adviac that
Pepsodent b duly applied from the A new dental era Watch these effects. Note hew clean
Lmc the Hrst tooth appears. Other- tt
wise, decay is almoBt certain. Dental scionce has for yearg 8tudied to BenCe of the viscous film. See how teeth
Ptpsodent brings to women whiter, combat film. Ways have now been found whiten as the film-coat disappears,
prettier teeth. But thr". means cleaner to do it Able authorities have proved Compare your teeth now with your ' A
teeth and safer' The luster cornea those methods by many careful tests. teeth in ten days. Then judge this new- f
from censtant film removal and tho Now leading dentists everywhere are day method by what you see and feel and
high pohsh given to the teeth. urging their daily use. know.
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ir ? P S Ok SVL 10-day "tube free I H
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Present this Free Tube Coupon this week to
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Twenty-fourth Street and Washington Ave., Phone 7 Address j
Twenty-fifth Street and Washington Ave., Phone 8 Out-of-town residents should mail this coupon to The
. Pepsodent Company, 1104 So. Wabash Avenue, Chicago
Ogden, Utah. -nd the tupe will be sent by mail.
ONI.T ON'K TUBE TO A FAMILY
ON WEST COAST
ARRESTED AS 'WETS'
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Nov. 24
F. Kay Groves, Los Angeles, secre
tary of the Democratic state committer-
nd Ills two brothers.
l:.ilil' ;i , lorni.M prohUll Ion
enforcement director here and E.
'. Groves, were arrested here to
day "ii Indictment! returned yes
terday by a federal grand Jury.
Although the Inrlh tnients were
not made public, It wan said by
officers that they charged con
spiracy to Molate tho Volstead
prohibition enforcement act.
OIL FRAUD RE V AliED.
DALAS, Tax., Nov. 24 Postal au
thorltiefl ?ald hero today that Frank
p Welle, reported arrested la-t niphi
1,1 Long Beach, Cnl , on rerjueBt of the
Dallas officials, is under a charge ot
using tho mulls to defraud, In connec
tion with thc promotion of an oil
land .scheme Others ate Implicated
the authorities said. A large number
of persons vote victims of iim s-henie
Germany had a number of vege
tarian regiments In active service dur-'
lng the world war.
after a hike
'wnn innnniMMHi fj i
STATE ASKS NEW !
JUDGE TO HEAR
CARSON CITY, Nev. Nov. 24
Formal action that a Jurist oth- '
er than Judge Frank P Iinagan
be called to try the stat- of Neva
da's action tu dissolve the divorce
granted Mary Pickfbrd, now Mrs.
Douglas Fairbanks from Owen
Aioorn, was filed hy Leonard
Fowler, attorney-general. In the j
district court at Minden. Ne.. to
day. .Mrs. Fairbanks .mil hfoore
are motion picture stars. Judge
Danagan tried the original divorce
Sf HOONKR IS s ED.
I SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24. The,
; San Francisco -lumber schooner G C.
Undaupr, was pulled from a, reef at'
Albion, northern California, today af
ter having been stranded 1 recent
storni", according to reports received
here Thc tug Sen Qiief-n w'nn h Clear-'
ed th vessel, is lowing her to San
Francisco Th" I.lndauer lost part of
her keel, but saved her lumber cargo.
SANTA CJLARA CONFIDENT.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24. I'ni-
versify of Nevada's football team Is
expected to arrive here tonight for its'
game, against thc Santa Clara eleven.
Santa Clara's coach and captain sa
thfv expect to win by a close score, i
Red" Flaherty, star Mission lines-
man. who was barred from t ii - game
.it Santa Clara lost to Stanford uni
versity, will pla.v, tomorrow at end
I TRAINMEN HI RT IN WRECK
BAJ-EAf, rre Nov 24. Four train
men 'were hurt when two Southern Ti-
rific frcipiu trains collided al Ch-
mawa, near here .'arlv loday 'I he .1;
nal lights of one tr.iln were . I m ' i j i . .1 '
by fog. It was said. Seven freight
' J" rs ri demollsht-'l and lh Ir.ar).;
was blocked, forcing passenger trains
I to detour. All thc Injurt-ii tvere I
I brought to a hospital hero. They are I
residents of Portland
SIOUX CITY, la . Noi 24. - Tho 1
Fnlted States circuit court of appeals I
today affirmed the decision of Federal I
Judge Reed In defining federal court!"
Jurisdiction for the Midland Packing
company receivership This decision -means
that th- Midland receivership
and litigation will continue un.l.-r fed- r
er-i -inrt turldlM(r,r,, (2
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