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CLEM. HE SAYS
I. E. Sanborn. Chicago Sports
Writer. Reaches Ogden
H While the evidence lrloMd at lh
In hi ' n poenJon snrt IhOM li
game beck f ib J Tint srhaieverj
"inrr Comlskej 'he Hn prar-
IjH move, it m i wlM on" and on fori
HH Mi-lion In futur ClCOttft, the
alar hT of (In Hex and one Of the)
in . in ii ca In tli" plot, will no doubt
H turn states eiidenre
H Hosed it ha been for th bettermaat
(District Court Here
P Passes Day Quietly
No he-crlng nre l injr conducted in j
either division ol ths district court!
todav An absence of esses in judge
A W Agfa's department ha mail'
ni rf"ir a hrb-f v.u.ttlon aril Judc
ton the remainder of the week
lit Judge Airo'i nnrl tomorrow
morning 1 1 1 di.etce cuer of Mabel
latley aga'.nt Ironcin Galley, will It'
heard. In her complaint Mrs. Galley
that she hat 'in other ihciiik of up-'
answer. Mr. Qalle) denies man of hrri
allegations snd nsks the onn to dis
miss the case.
The eou.pl win married In Brighani
t'ttv. July 1J, 1 i 1 v . There art no;
H Annual 'Roadeo' of
B. P. R. Next Saturday
The Kerond annual "ftoadi'o'' of
t ha bun-au of public road will be
held at the Knights of Pythian hall i
December 4. Employes of the for
cat service have been Invited a '
guests of the "Bureau of Parallel
Rum" for the evening.
The Invitation in Die foreetrv em--y.
I ploj ee ipe
body's Bill), while ladles muei be
accompanied by n male escort (any
kind of a man).
Dancing and card w 111 form the
chief diversions of the evenlnr. and
light refreshment will be served.
See the most gorgeous bali
wm loom scene ever filmed in
"The Restless Sex"." A foun
yS tain with hundreds of bathers
m and wild excitement, the pic-
X turc of the year, Alhambra
flH today and tomorrow, last
jU times. 1
. v'lM HiMMI
(If. Sout a plain, will meet thai
..ii Kesfe-t D IS ! lb Aorrl
'can Flag. at)d 'The F1rt American
m unu . ixjkw 1 1
l riM iir i Ol II D
Mr jr Qrdon and Mrs. Tiiford
a III b hosteeaee to the member of
. , . . , ,j Ji(il,J V . .It.. .. lifter-
LIVR 0K CUK.
Members of tha Live "ak club will
bieel at lb hOIIM or Mm Joephlne
i KTMINITTI It G1 II D
Mr Qeorcc II Whiin-eyer will en -
Due. Mr Vhltmeer will be .isaiated
. ! I HI R M I
The Women's Auxlllar; to the ft.
M A will meet at the home of Mr.
W. J. Manning, tot Seventh street.
Mr Manning will tie aaaister bv Men.
l MI'- li Ml I 'I
'aiiii B I .i tiers i era Of the Iioneera.
will me i .n iUf home of Mrs Km- It.iH
Cajnp I Iniifhtfr8 of the IMoneera.
will rnaet at tbe home of Mn J W
UcOK Krlday afternoon. Mi. Koael
lu Perrin nnd Mm Mi flrror will be
the visit Ins; board in. mhers.
i i n ITVK in N'ORl i i i it
The ifiin five Hundred club mil
meet with Mr C. II Kurnw, 5.r-6 .Sev
enteenth street) Tburadey mpihhc at
o'clock. During the business meet
ing' officer w III be el-, ltd.
I. COIi CLVB.
Mrs IijivhI Turner will be liostejw
to the member of the tla club
Wednesday ufiernoon nt her home.
2(36 'n Bliren enue.
I roPi i CLUB
Mrs l" Weekly of .'31.0 Adum
avenue, will be hoateis to the mem
bers of t)ie I'topla club .Wednesday
afternoon nt hT home.
I IV l III MUll i lilt.
Mr, p. a. ;iii w,iii eotertaJn tha
members of her Five Hundred cltlb
Wednesday afternoon nt her home,
224S Moffnt avenue
TO I l OR V1 i
Mis Itebri T.tiii'iii of the I'.' -.mm
hotel, will lene tomorrow for a visit
of several month on the Pacific coast.
The county treasurer's office this,
morning was thronged with t.nyers!
fbo Jolm-d the laei minute rush to
get their notices receipted before noon
when nil county taxea become dellii-
quent. Line formed ut the window.!
.in I flowed out Into Hie h:ill-i .ind D BJ
ly to the doors of the building. The
clerks were bunv In receiving the
money and making out addltlon.il tax:
notices which man. person did not
bring with them.
Iald r.s.ins, county treasurer,
nnnounccii :hnt all unpaid taxes be
come dellniuent at noon today. lie
ha as yet made no mention ax to
whether a grme parlod tna be glcn
Scouts of Troop 23
to Hold Jamboree
Boy Scouts of Troop 23 will hold a
I Jamboree in the Ninth ward meeting
house Wednesday eenlng a - nnl I n c
t-i Scout M ivti r d orge llergnlroni
Cltl7.ens of the city are Invited to at
tend. A new Invention In wireless telegT
I radi iikiKch It imposalble for eaves
droppers to listen In 011 the confl
I denllal reporta of the league of na
I Free Lecture
and Pictures of
jI "THE SCHOOL THAT TRAINS FOR LIFE" g
By Hon. T. M. Howell
Under Auspices of the Loyal Order of Moose No. 1314 I
MOOSE HALL. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 8 P. M.
2416 Washington Ave. PUBLIC INVITED I
LVi e of Xhc ?r,unda oil stones for the
V5?JJ m success of a business man is the ac-
B m quamtance and fr,endship of -other
m Ard ons of the most Important
things Is to get acquainted early with
the officers of the bank where you
have an account. -
P , gV ,f you are not numbered among our
"b m acquaintances, 'establish a fr.endahlp
p I nd c1"0'11 by becoming a regular and
Ss I 9 m consistent depositor at this leading
lt ' -; 3 K bank. N cu will find it helps.
m I First National Bank
WL. ' Jg . TWttaalBBSSBBBl
Capital and Surplus $350,000 i
Annual Record of Work in
County Forwarded to
The annual report of the Weber
Count Parol Itureau. compiled for
the niiruose of being submitted to the'
The program of the work SCCOBg-1
Ollekeal during he past e.tr by the
of a district In Weber county.
imtifl vnon prosVi i i
ment, the following excerpt from cJis
"Hecoidii of the Work done on he
Irrigation project show that the
i and engineers h- prepared,
ments. 'I hree hunlred anl fifty local(
niestlnga were held on the proJeoi
filings for 10". 000 nr re feet of water I
were made, power filings for 5,000 1
horae power srere ncusde and were ai-1
pro.ed with the other filings by the
The resume of the Irrigation report
showed that l'.ToO had been MCurOd
and spent In gathering and compiling i
dale r latVe to the n ligation project. ,
An Interesting .hart In the renoitj
was one which ahOWed the water table'
for the i igden river for the period,
Thi ear marks the greatest flow
of watrr ever recorded In the gjn
river. 460.000 acre feet of water having'
flowed down i he channel of the iiverj
I 11 l ine I ii la en r
t HOP it UK Ml TBI
The amount of water flowing through
the channel of the gden river is a
certain barometer so far a Weber
i count v crops are concerned, It I
Whan ihe Dow "f araler I hdrnaal,
i iiere i a nortpal orop production In,
Vehr coiintv, vvhllo when the supplv
;of water falls .short,, there is a corre
sponding loss of crops In the. counts.
fn nine of the years between l9S
and 1!J0 there Tins nn acute wnter
shortjgi 'liiih men lit m loss of mil-,
lions of dollars In crop In the coun
i . it v as .u Id.
Figuring from a basis of the water
flow In r.15. whin 291.600 ncres of
Water flowed through the Weber rlv
tr, Weber ,-ounty lost an even million'
and " half dollars because of Water,
scarcity In 1!19. according to the re-'
port. The flow In lilt, w-hbh was th 1
lowest ever recorded, wag f6,Q00 aoif
Btatlvtlee Included In the report
show that during five different ycarl
between lS9t and lL'o the supply of,
from the Ogdec elver was lest
than loO.OOO acre feet per season.
The yeais In winch this small flow'
was recorded were 1898. 1905. 1108,'
HIS and 1919 In each of these drv
seasons, tho report sld, crops valued ,
nt millions of dollars were not pro.
duoed merely because of the water
Veteran Engineer Dies
Michael L O'Neill, of 262 Twenty-;
eighth street, a veteran engineer for
the t'nion Pacific company, and more
recently an cmplove of the Ofiden I n
Ion Railway A: DepOl company, died al
the Dee hospital ai i Ju o'clock thi
morning following an operation for
acute stomach trouble.
Mr. O'Neill was born In County Ker
ry, Ireland, and settled In Iowa with
his parents when but a boy. In lst'.x
In came to Utah and st ti led working
for the L'nion Pacific company us nn
engineer. He served In that capacity
Until nineteen years agp.
Mr. O'Neill had I w ide Acquaintance I
In local railroad circles and was well!
IlkSd and respected by his as.-mclales. '
He Is survived by his wife anil tvu!
daughters. Florence O'Neill Stanford.:
Kate O'Nttll Urlggs. god Rmndson.!
John O'Neill Stanford.
Funeral services will he conducted
i he Second ward chapel Thursdav
1 1 p in. b nishop William D, New
man The bddy mav be viewed al
Lark in d Son chapel Wednesday aft
ct noon and ening and at the home
Thursday from 1 a. m. to 1:30 p ra.
Interment w ill be In the cltv cemetery.
Funeral Services for
j Dr. Cook on Sunday
Funeral service for Dr. P. A. Cook
were held at- lils late residence. 553
(Twentieth streei. Sund.iv. with the
'Rev. John W. Hyslop officiating. Mem
Ibers of the igden Dental association
lattended In n. body and acted as pall
bearer". The ipe.tk'T wen- Dr K K
IConroy and F C. Osgood. The defe
ndant's favorite hymn. "Lead Kindly
1 1 jlght" was given by Mr. and Mrs. C.
O. DeWolf with the organ accompnnl
- ment played by Mrs. Olarv Farley
; Burial took place in the city cemetery
in every cup of
make it the ideal
drink for those who
want to live well
and sleep well.
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A SIMPLEX IRONER WILL DO 90 PER CENT OF YOUR
FAMILY IRONING. DOING FIVE HOURS' WORK IN
ONE HOUR. TRY ONE IN YOUR HOME AND WE
WILL PROVE THESE FACTS.
PHONE 581 FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Ogden's Quality Electric Store
2452 Washington Avenue
Dunscombe Now Said
to Be Army Deserter
Paul Duncan DungOOmbe, federal
prisoner, who is being held on a f c".
eral charge at the city Jail, may be
taken to Denver for trial during th
coming week. It wn announced at the
police station todav.
It has been dttCOvejrSd that Duns
combe ercaped from Leavenworth
where he wn serving a three-year
term for larcenv. desertion and es
cape He was serving lime l Leaven
v.oi Mi under ihe name of Edward H.
Mct'ue, according to a circular re
ceived at the police station.
In event that the present charges
against him are not pressed, Duns
combe will be turned over to civil au
thorities. At leasl four cities want him
on forgery counts, It is said. If the
Civil authorities do not press the
charges against Dunscombe, he will he
turned over to the nearest army post
as an escaped prisoner from Leaven
worth, the police said.
Prof. Driggs Talks
to School Principals
Professor Howard Driggs addressed
principals of the various Ogden schools
at a luncheon at the Weber club to
il, iv His subject was. "Better F.ng
Supt. W Karl Hopkins also address
ed Hie gathering
L W Sliuitliff. one of ogrlens old
est Inhabitants told the men and wo
men present, of the early life In I'tah
and the west. He described the entire
igden valley In i860 and compared
it with the present valley of 1920.
Professor Driggs addressed the in
structors of the various school Of the
city at the Central Junior high school
Begs on Streets and
Gets Fine in Court
L Iff. Stark of Denver, Colo . plead
ed guilty to a charge of mendicancy
when he appeared before Judge D R.
Huberts of the ciiv luiirt this morning
He was arrested ai S 45 o'clock last
er!ng by Sergeant A H Stephens
and Detective W. A. Jones for alleged
soliciting of mom-v from stranger
whom he accosted on the streets
He pleaded ruiHv arirl was sentenced
to a 1" fine or 1" .Us In 'he countv
j Ja 11. He failed to pay his fine
KENW0RTHY TAKES WARES'
JOB AS SEATTLE PILOT
SFATTLK. Wash. Nov 80 Will
lam H. Klepper was re-elected presl
'dent of the Seattle club of the Pacific
I Coast Uaseball league at a met!n
of the owners here last night. It wa
.mnounced today. At the same time It
was announced that Willi. no Ko
pecks" Kenwortliy, second baseman
for the local club last year, bad been
signed as manager for next 'ear at
a salary of $V00. lie succeeds Clyde
Wares whow ill return to private bul-
reB in Hanford, CaJ Kenworthj a
called one of Tjie malnstav of last
ers tettm. He flniahed the season
with a batting of the average of over
1 1 Kl FIRM RJ TBI HI I
AJCROM Ohio. Nov Ju. Director
of the Firestone Tire and Kubber com
pany today notified common stock
holders that the dividend payable De
cember 30. would be at the rate of
1 per cent a year instead of S per
cent. This Is in line with the conserv ative
policy adopted b the company
to conserve cash resources during the
present readjustment period, the no
tification said. The d tree toil also an
nounced all salaries would be reduced
lu per cent, effective at once. No
change wa made In the wage scale
now fferilve In tb fcinr
Knights of Pythias
Name New Officers
I OfOosrs of Ogden lodge No 2.
Knights of Pyihlas. were elected last
nleht at Pythian hall as follows:
Glen C. Cook, chancellor command-
r; Cecil Sparks, vice chancellor I
j. H. McCammsnt, prelate; Earl S.
Jordan, master 6f arms; A M Hodge.
; master of work; J. H Schsefer, '
keeper of the records and seal; W.
H. Liiddliigton. master of finance.
C. Henry Turner, master of the ex
chequer: J V Maifson. Inner guard;
C F. Harris, outer guard; Frank
Several applications for member
ship were reported. The lodge was
declared to be In a prosperous con
) lit ion financially The social com
imlilee Is at work on entertainments
IfOt members of tho order and their,
Health Specialist to
Talk to County Women
Mis.- Charlotte V. Dancy. specialist
i in health and home nursing, of the
extension division oi the Utah Agii
cultural college, will arrive in Ogden
tomorrow. She will deliver lectures
'at various towns In the county on the
Mibject of "Elimination of Waste
From the Bodv and Its Relation to I
She will appear at Hooper to
I morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
the evening Miss Dancy will address I
membe.s of the Farr West farm bu
reau. On Thursday she will ad
dress meetings at North ogden and
Kahesvljle and will speak at Hunts,
villo and Hooper, on Friday after
noon and evening.
Miss Danes will address several
towns in the county next week, but
;the sc hedule for her appearance has
not yet been completed.
II ltlll. IN I Wl (
KINGSTON, Jamaica. Nov. 0. (By
I the associated Press). Warren G.
.' Hardlnit. president-elect, of the Unit
ed States, arrived at Kingston, at
10-40 o'clock this morning. Bad
.weather delayed the passasre of the
Pastores, the steamer on which he was
traveling from the I'aniniA canal xone.
I Boyle's Great Price Ad- H
I justment Sale Of j.
I HEYWOOD fn I
j ART REEDS JS
j ROCKERS. CHAIRS. SETTEES I
j At a Discount of j l I
I 25 1 I
m Bes'.iMful complete line to choose from. 'Nothlnc I
3 li rtaer for Chriitsaas gifts. .
No 4t HayWOOd t need Praker. frosted II
II brown color Hphl Iti d good grade tapestry, mil j
spring seal ir.'Vnn value S37.50 I
! -o s::i'.7r f H
1 1 s::r B5 j (H
No Settee v.ims sir? r.o I
I A. Desk, S4 i - s:i I fio
I i on e of ooppleie line st slntlsr reductions h
I Table (rostad brown hn:!
of lop inrhe. bottom shelf li inches Regtllat j
3 ' ' S.7." ( I
I No ISti-41 "Chaise LongSS." comhHnmc a chair
J and lounge, upholstered in tapestry, double sprint
j Mat, free ed brown finish Iti.tMi value reduced
j io $63.75 i
LIBERAL TFTMS MAY BE I
i ARRANCED j
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME awRS '
Christmas Seal Drive 1
Will Start Tomorrow
The Christmas seal campaign In Og
den will start tomorrow, according to
George D. Bennett, local secretary for
the Ctsh Public Health assoc'atlon.
In other p-irt of the state the am
pnign will start during the latte. part
of the week. It is reported. The vm
palgn will continue until January I,
1 s 1
Complete details for the comlne
eampalfp In Ogden will be p'f,'t,.
at the meeting of the local executive
committee. representatives of the
various local clubs and other organl-i
y' lions Which will be held at
Colonel Hudson building this evening.
Booths for the stores of the citv
have been obtained and will PWQed
in operation In the big stores of the
city, according to Secretary Bennett.
Four minute orators will start their
mmpalgn In the various theatre or
!he citv tomorrow evenlnx. under ous
Wright, who has charge of the speaK
srs ihe reports from the arlou com
mittees will be read at the meeting to
night and complete puns decided
Bed Covers Out to
Dry; Stolen From Line
Theft of a pair of blankets and a
large comforter from her clothes line
was lepopod t" the pollca station by
(Mrs. Harry Wright. 302 Parry avenue,
last evening. The covers, it 1 report
1 ed. hand been washed nnd hung on
the line to dry. They were on tho
line prior to 6 o'clock last evening.
k ;eep Them
fQ) On Hand
-a goodsupply of accessories
Onlv Wise is the motorist who is always sup
Place plied with auto accessories and parts
Where anrj especially now that cold weather is
Get Gas herc ;incl colder weather fast approaching
After We have a complete stock from nuts and
7 P. M. bolts to tires. Ask us to quote you prices
J. W. NICKSON. Prop. Hfl PfJ
2444 Grant Avenue Ogden JV&
FOR FIRST TIME IN
THREE YEARS MEN
SLEEP IN CITY JAIL
For the first time In threi year
penniless strangers are applvlng to jiH
the city Jnll St night for free
lodgings, i r ten to twenty-
five or more are being handled
bv tbe night desk sergeant each ffH
night. The men began coming In
as soon h the weather r:ot chilly.
Since the l ulled States entered
the war and up until n few dav
ago It was a rare occ urrence for
a stranger in Ogden to bo without
sufficient money to procure lode
logs In a place other than the city
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep'
grutltude for the kind assistance ten
dered us by our friends .t the de.,tii
'of our beloyed hubund and father.
Dr. P. A Cook.
MRS i'URA i:. f'OOK,
MRS E. W ToU NSKNti.
VIR8 rAMEB . ii i: is MAN.
iMH PERCY N COOK "MS
A Beautiful I
Lidiw A few iai treatment with
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS
will mors la -Jean
jp the tw n :r.an i-ds!BsssE .
the besuty treat ' f a QTr r'
ments In :r?a vAKlC.KO
itloa An lm I rgm ITTLE
perfect corn iWjVER
;leiton is A H r- a I I 07
- 4 vouos r.d 0 c': c itr
take -.here fot B.iiousr.ess Vuiiatu. Sick
Hcadaclie. Unset Sto-acb sod 1st SaJo
pimclr sad blotch bsia. Tier cad ite HgH
misery of Oat'ipauoo
Small Pill-Small Doe -Small Prici
WUi M DISEASES I
Apply Zemo, Clean, Penetrat
ing, Antiseptic Liquid
It li unnecessary for you to suffer rssBsi
with ecema. blotches, ringworm, rashes j
and similar skin troubles. Zemo.
obtamed at any drug store for 35c. or i
SI 00 fot extra large bottle, and prompt
h applied will usually give instant relief ;
from itchuuj torture. It cleanse- and .
srrithe the skin and heals quickly and
effectively most skin diseases.
Zcmo is a wonderful, penetrating,
disappeannK liquid and is nothing to
the most delicate kin. It is not greasy,
is easily applied and costs little. Gat
it tod-, and gave all further cli-tre.
Tbe E. W. Kose Co , Cleveland, (X
Skin j orturea1 Babies Sleep
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