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I TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30, 1920. gliP glaft 3X1111 ' 1
I OGDEN ARSENAL
Seven of Sixty Buildings Will
Be Completed Within
Seven of the sixty buiidinps betnK
constructed at the Ogden Arsenal will
le completed and ready for use dur
inp the comlnpr week, nccordliiK to
fl Captain Ora Bundy, officer in chrge
of the Kovfinment work here. One,
of theM buiidinps, the administration!
bulldinp, will be completed Saturday,;
Work on the other building! at the,
H site, is proproinfT. according t 1 U
lain BUVidy and the contractors expert,
H to have the foundations for the entire,
araenal completed before the winter i
Thus far foundations for twonty
three bulldinp have been completed'
while lloor-t for sixteen building are J
finished, according to Captain ttundy.
Material for the roofing of some of
the buiidinps haw arrived, and will ho
placed on the buiidinps durlnp the
present week. Slate from Vermont,
to I": used lor roofing the adminlstra
tton buildinp. is due to arrive here,
during the present week.
The spur track constructed by the
H Ban.berger railroad on the east sld of
the main lines, and to be used for un
loading purposes has been completed.
H More than 400 men are employed
At the arsenal now, and work will be
H rushed on the various buildings. It is
said. W. H. Sutherland of the Suth--srland
Contracting company, will re
turn to St. Louis Thursday. He has
completed his inspection of the arsen
nl and is well satisfied with the prop-,
IBANDITS BODY I
TAKENJfl S. L.
Relative Believed to Have Or
dered Removal From
The body Of John P. Rausch, ban
dit, killed Baturday night by Scth 1-:
Thomas, while attempting to rob the
jji lit K. Thomas jewelry store, was sent
to Salt Lake this morning for burial.
The body was shipped from the Klrk
endall undertaking parlors, where it
has been kept since the killlnc to a
Salt Lake undertaking establishment
It was said this morning
"While the employes of the Klrken
dall establishment did nol know who
sent for the body, it is believed thnt
the orders came fiom a brother or
sister of the dead man in Sail Lak
No Information was given is to fun-'
eral services or the disposal of th
body after reaching Bait Lok
Since the body has been in the j
Kirkendall establishment, It has bet n
iewed by more than 1500 persons, the
employes said. A continual stream of
people flowed into the parlors Sun-i
day and yesterday.
Ij Stop Watches to Be
. Used on All Speeders
Allowance of .sirnll claims against
the city was the only work to come
before the morning meeting of thei
board of citv commissioners At tho!
conclusion of the meeting Jinlge O. R.
Roberts otlhe city court appeared and 1
discussed the matter of disposing C
cases of automobile speeders and ac
tion to be taken by the traffic Offi
cers In making arrests A plan is to
be devised so -that officers may time
speeders with a stop watch and us c
the results as evidence In the courts
I Moose Card Party
Tuesday. Nov. 30. Everybody in
vited. Moose hall, I p m 7840
I "The U. P. Trail," the pic
ture of the west when bags
of gold were jack-pots, when
every man was a sheriff. The
.great Western comes to the
Alhambra next Tuesday.
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(Men's Women's Children's
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c $15.00 values at & c
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Short lines, values up to Splendid School Finest welt shoes
$5-50 Shoes made Jj
A 5 to 8 $2.95 I
8Vi to 11 $3.45 9 to 3V2 $3.95 9 to 13i2 $4.95 H
c H12to2 $3.95 1 to 2 $4.45 1 to 2 $5.45 !
Our best grades, 2 'to 6 $4.95 21 2 to 6 . $5.95
Men's Work Shoes, excellent values at $4,45 and $5.45 c
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Mexican Killed by
Short Line Train
Stepping frcm one track onto an
other proved fatal for Lee Sandabol,
Mexican, pped 30. nt Granger, Wyo.,
yesterday afternoon, according to lo
cal officials of the I'nion Pacific rail
road. The accident happened about one
and one half miles east of the Granger
yards. An approaching freight train
from the oast made it necessary for
Sandabel to ?tep from that track onto
the other trak lie was struck by
an outbounl Oregon fhert Line train
and died reveral hours later while rn
route from Granger to Ogden. Rli
road officials planned to remove the
injured man to the Dee hospital but
he died before reaching Carter, Wyo.
Sandabol was unmarried :;ml had
been employed by the Union raeifie
for some time An Investigation is
being conducted by the railroad offi
cials at Granger today.
Promised for Ogden
j lair tonight aiul Wednesday with!
I warmer temperatures are promised in
th. igden vicinity In the dally '"'Ho-i
tin of the I'niUJ States weather lur
leau which reached tt citv this morn
Ing- Ve.stordny's maximum tempera-1
Iture was 37 degropn with A- dgreef
mlninium lasi niht I
; Go to Logan Meeting
Representatives of the Tremonton
I Brigbam ani l k ln eluts if the Wa
satch league, departed today for Lo
' Kan, where they will confer with of
flplals of tho LiOgan, Bttilthfield and
I Lewlston clubs with regard to the pro
' posed new league for 1921.
i Manager Frank Scott will repre
i sont the Ogden club at the meeting.
; Joe Van will be on deck in behalf a'
Uric-ham. and F. E Plshhurn will rep
I'CSent the Tremonton club.
The naming of affioers for the com
I in? year, the adoption of the salary
land player limit nnd Other business
' matters will be discussed at the
Thrfe - Ogdenitea are mentioned fu
president of the new organization,
while Walter D. Bratz. formerly of
Ogden, is also mentioned as ,i Dpi l
! ble winner.
With the league intact, the managers
of the various clubs will start their
' hunt for players, according to Man
lager Scott. The Ogden manager has
I several first class nun In mind for the
' coming season, and with the league
I business completed, he will .-lgn the
I stars for tho coming year.
t T THI6 t i it is WOR1 II
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I Big Reduction in Automobile Feinting
EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 1, 1920
It is easy in the painting business to promise one thing and do another. WE DO AS I
Cl,ass No. 1 Remove old paint and first class job
Class No. 2 Repaint after removing old varnish and saving old surface. 6
Class No. 3 Touch up color, varnish and refinish.
j - Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 E
j Any small five-passenger car or roadster $ 70 00 $ 50.00 $35.00
Any small five-passenger sedan or coupe 85.00 65.00 50.00
I I Any large five-passenger roadster 80.00 60.00 45.00 j
I Packard, Pierce Arrow, Locomobile or Marmon, sedan or coupe. 125.00 100.00 75.00
All other seven-passenger sedans or coupes 95 00 75.00 60.00
I Packard, Pierce Arrow, Marmon and Locomobile, touring sevei-
I passenger car 100.00 80 00 65.00
! 1 All other seven-passenger touring car3 85 00 65.00 50.00
Ford touring roadster or truck 25 00 20 00 15.00
All other trucks in proportion. All lettering extra. Wire wheels extra, $1.50 each.
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Polls to Bo dpen at Madison
Schooi Tomorrow From
7 A. M. to 7 P. M.
; Threo judges liave been named lo
preside al the school ejection of the
city, which will be held tomorrow,
according io Supl W. Karl Hopkins
of the Ogden schools. The judges
;are: Mr?. Francis G. Keller, P I
i Hendershot nnd Fred Foylger. The
election will lake place al the
.Madison school buildinp. The polls
will be open from 7 a. m in 7 p. in.
Judges appointed will report to the
Madison school prior to tho open
Ing of the polls, according to Super
intendent Hopkins But one mem
bersh'ip In the board of education
will be tilled and thuc far but oo
.candidate Is up for the honor. Dr
Edward I. Rich, at present presi
dent of the board of education, is
running for re-election from thi
' Thus far Dr . Rich is the. only
candidate who has filed his sipned
statement with rHe jclerk of the
board of education announcing his
candidacy lor the position.
The lav. p.i.-sed by (he last legisla
ture and approved March If). 1919,
j "makes it necessary for each can
didate, or at leas five citizens in
behalf of the candidate, to file with
jthe clerk of tho board of education,
not later than noon on the Thurs
day preceding the date of election,
a signed statement that he or she
8 0 candidate, and clerk shall imme
diately thereafter furnish a list of
aid i indldates to any and all citi
zens who fhall ask for same "
Company Suing for
Possession of Aulo
Seeking to recover possession of I
an automobile alleged to be held bv
R. T Hume and Thomas Cunning
ham, city constable, the Pacific .
ceplance company of California has
filed suit in the district court. The
company sets forth in the complaint
that the automobile has-been held
.mi e November 15 and The defend
opts refuse to deliver the car to tin
plaintiff company The machine Js
described as an Ildsmoblle and val
ued at $1100.
The plaintiff compauy asks the
court to give them possession of t he
car or $1100 Damages of $100 are
Arrears in Alimony;
Ordered Into Court
James Daniel Chapman has been
ordered by Judge A. E. Pratt of the
district court to appear and show
cause why he has not paid bis wife,
Eva May Chapman, alimony as or
dered hy the court July 3. 1919.
It Is stated in the order that Mr
Chapmen Is now ?17o In arrears In
;hls payments The defendant Is or
d red i" appear in court December 6
I uL L H A E i I
w UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE j
I TODAY AND TOMORROW LAST TIME I D
j! MARION DA VIES I I
CARLYLE BLACKWELL 1 J
in Robert W. Chambers' Great Society Novel
"The Restless Sex" jj I
"I'm mad to try everything I want to experience every emotion." f j
"I want to KNOW everything and DO everytliing and BE everything!'
The restless head-long hunt for pleasure; the feverish desire for excitement, th M
H restless sex was having its way. hH
"After our motor smashed, we walked throu h the rain, to the only hotel jfefl
jaj within three miles . We had no idea it was really a dreadful resort."
"He refused positively to accept me as his wife until I could truthfully say I fl
jj3 loved him. Oh, Jim, if you hadn't stayed away so long, it might have been w8
"I would go lo my husband and trM him that you and I love each other H
$a but he grieves for me so much. It would be like hurting a wounded animal. And H
' Vfl he is working and doing his best to be a man."
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I "DEEP WATERS" f I
The lowering of great stones by g-iganitic cranes for the ' j H
ga f otuidation of the lighthouse at Shark Ledge under direc- ml
Wh tion of Caleb West, master diver. f- SR' l '
The falling of one of the stones and the consequent in ' JSP: ' 1
y iury of Bill Lacey, followed by the rescue of Caleb from the p f-tfl '
M depths. : i j
The elopement of Lacey and Betty West and her return
H home in time to save her honor although her husband repu 'Jtffw ' !
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"The U. P. Trail" f I
ft The Alhambra is the first theatre in ihe United States to play this picture. It I
will not be officially released until one week after it is played here