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I 10 THE PC DEN TTANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1. 1920. 1 I
I SIX CLUBS IN
B. B. LEAGUE
Plans for Northern Utah Cir
cuit Take Definite Shape at
Six club? win "W Included In tnt
northern Utah baseball league durlnK I
the i ; 2 1 season! according to Man-1
; i k r t- Frank Scott of the Ogden clutll
who returned to Ogden late last night
from the league meeting at Lrftgan.
Ogden( Tremonton, Brigham. Logan,
Sratthfield anfl Lowlston are the clubs
that will be represented In the race for
the bunting when the league opens
Game In the new league will be
played On Wednesdays and S-iUirdn.v j
aii week-end panics scheduled for Og-1
.i ii win be played on Sunday, accord-
m ihg to present arrangements.
The officials at the meeting yestsr
day decided that each club would be
entitled to four out of town players,
while no end was plat ed on the salary j
Bach club must guarantee 'he other
cluba In the league (200 for eacHj
game played in the various cities in
order to guarantee the expenses of the;
visiting players. After the expenses!
are taken OU1 the gate In all of I))"
t t itles will be divided equally. gccord
inK to the plan
i The president Of the new organlza-l
Hon will have full power to act on
decisions He "ill be named at the
nt meeting which will be held in
ihls city during the early pan of the;
coming month. The league will ndl
enter the organised bas-ball ranks.
I The new organisation will be known
as the .Northern I 'tali league.
Kach aggregation will he allowed
fifteen players during ih season lite
salary limit will be l0fl entirelj to th '
teams In the league.
I Managers of the six clubs present at '
' the session yesterday were instructed
to star.1 signing tlnir players for the
i season Manager Prank Scott
of the locabPstated today thai he hadi
some of the fastest and best baseball
-r.ir in this section of the country
under his wins and that Ogden would
be represented by a firsi eLis.s iikbii'
gjtlon. ' "What we need new is .1 Mrs! I iSfl
baseball park." &al(LManagi Scoti to
day. "If the city carries out the pi.i:i
as outlined wc will loubl have the
finest park In the circuit. Ogdenltes
are back of the new club and with ' :
fiijjt cla.-s park, thi r. 1- no reason whyj
the leaguo houldn'l be a wondcrfull
II Karris to Be Held on
Upon recommendation f County '
Attorney Joseph H Bates, th f i
charge of gambling agalnsi Fred II li tis,
former Davie count sheriff, and
who was awaiting trial on the ' Ii iu .
was dismissed and a misdemeanor
charge of gambling . .is filed agalnsi
Harris was arrested some time ago,
following th? complaint of a man who
alleged that he h.ni been served liquor
at the 11 .v H. poolhall, JT4 Tw.n
fifth street, and had then hern swlnd-j
leil out of a check amounting to over
Mr ilxrrls, the i"'ii . say, returned'
the amount of money claimed bj hla
alleged vletlm, but contended that bi
ll. id not won that amount from the
The felony complaint u . d Ism Is ed
arid the prisonei ordered released from
his bail of $750, which was returned
tg him. (
Mrs J. .1 Malnno will bo hostess to
the members of the Women's Foreign j
Missionary society of the First Metho
dist church ni her homo. IL'32 Twenty
fifth street, Thursday afternoon at
FIVE HUNDRED CLUB.
Mrs L M Hinds will be hostess to'
the members of her Five Hundred
club Thursday afternoon at her home
L. A. TO O R. C
Members of the Ladies' Auxiliary to'
the Order of Rallwa Conductors will!
meet in the 1. O. O. F. hall Thursday.
Initiation services will take place dur
ing the meeting
BAZAAR TO OPEN.
Members or the St. Joseph's Sewing
Bpciet) will open their annual fall ba
zaar tomorrow afternoon in the SI.
Joseph's hall. Work on the bazaar
was started some time ago, and baa ,
continued throughout regular meet-
ings. opportunity to purchase fancy I
and plain needlework Will be made lo
the ahoppi is. as w ii as dainty articles
suggestive rqr Christmas sifts. The.
following are. In charge of the booth
Fancy work booth. Mrs. F. .' Hltl;
apron booth, Mrs I'on Maguirc; can
dy booth. Children of Mary. Refresh
ulcnts consisting of sandwiches, cakt
and corfee. pie and ice ere. tin will baj
served during h afternoon and eve
ning under the supervision 0( Mrs. W
CAMP N TO MEET.
Camp N. Daughters ol the Pioneers,
will uieet at the Home ol Mis. Fred
Williams. 1961 Wa.-lunjrton avenue.
Mr- l.ola Fminetl v. ill be the visit- 1
CHILD CULTURE CLUB.
Mesdame: Marian Browning and
Ml, i.i MoyeS Will be hostesses tO I
the members of the Child Culture club!
Thursday afternoon in the University i
club rooms at 2 30 o'clock. Mrs Mary
Lynch will ge th story oi Enoch
Aruen, with music from EUchartl
CAMP M TO MEET
camp M. Daughters of the Pioneers,
will meet ai the home of Mrs. Verne I
HolBon, D67 BInfOrd avenue. Thursday.
- 111 IU H B z IB.
Christian church women Wil( hold 1
Christmas hasaar and cboaed food salt
.ill da) BatUVdaj a the home Fui ili
um com pn v. Twcntj -third street and
I. W. W. Taken Under
Custody' to Seattle
Charles Edwards. 3-1 years old. al
leged 1 v W-. Is at the city Jail,
l-M wards. Who w.is serving ;t term in!
the Wvnm'o-.: penitentiary. Is bplnc:
taken i" gouttlc bj I I Btreckers, n
guard from the penitentiary.
IMwards Is being taken to Scuttle
with the Mew ..1 determining whether
,M not le is contorted with .(ollie of
the f. YV. W disturbances! which have
oe, mi red in that city.
Cloudy With Rain j
Or Snow Forecast
Increasing cloudiness" tonight with
warmer tcrupcraXurca followed lomor-j
row by rain or snow, is the forecast
of the i n. led S'-.tes' weather bureau
for the Ogderi dlstrid which reached
the city this morning.
Yesterday's maximum temperature'
Was H degrees with a minimum last
nigh: of 29 degrees.
I They're Off
rv- MANY BOYS AND GIRLS ARE ALREADY .
Our Edison Mazda
Are You one of them?
1 The beautiful prizes are worth working for. You can
j see them in our window. Each and every contestant
has an equal chance at the prizes. This is your oppor-
tunity to get a fine Christmas present in an easy manner.
Don't delay, get started at once.
H CONTEST ENDS DEC. 20
j Edison-Mazda lamps are recognized as the best the
j We supply all electrical requirements with high-grade
Ogden Electric Supply Co.
I t 2430 Washington Avenue.
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Without fear of contradiction the
best comedy presented by the most
unique cast ever seen in Ogden.
New York Company
Prcrcnled here etcctly as it was for one year at
the Princess Theatre in New York )
j im 'l.-.v.i Floor, ::.i 3 S-.C0 I
rj Balcony, 182 Seats .... $1 00 I
H I See the Best First ' '
H y Ga lerj 50c I
Land Four in Jail
Complaining to Bergeant A. W.?Ed-
ward that he bad been robbed. Leroy
Williams. 21 years "pf ago, colored,
related a tale of woe thai resulted
In the arrest of hlm.s. !l and three
other colored youths, who gave the
names, of Jeff Gray, Julius Green and
Ardea Walton. Investigation proved
l. it the three men, t'g 'her with Wil
liams, had indulged In a session of
'Mississippi marblee" which had
lroed disastrous so tar a- XS'illlams
The quartet was released last niKhl
upon payment of $ia bail each. All for-
felted but Willlanjs, who jould not
post the necessary money lie en
Lered plea pC nt guilty before L. J.
Holthj i", Judge pro-.U rn
Williams elaimed 'hat thrrr men
had accosted him near the depot this
morning at 4:30 cTelock and had forc
ibly separated him from his money.
It was proved, however, that the1
four men had been gambling, the po
I Going to Seattle
I tisirlct Forester K II. Rutledge
will attend the meeting of the Spokane
Forest Industry conference, t" be held
in Spokan, December t to 8 Among
the subjects which will be brought up
I at the conference are, the state forest
policy; the federal forest policy, forest
: t Ire work, airplane patrols, wireless
Invitation has been extended to the
i forest service officers In Oden to at-
itend the second annual convention of
1 the Utah Cattle & Horse (Jrowers' as
sociation, to be held on December 7, at
Salt l-ike. District forester Uulb-dgs
will bo unable to attend because of
previous arrangements to attend the
! meeting at Spokane.
Proposed Increase, of grazing rates
for the natlonl forests and the short
ening of the grazing season will be dis
cussed at the Sail Lake meeting, It la
"California Synip of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California." Syrup of Kfgs
only look for the name California on!
the package, then you are sure your I
child is having the best and most j
harmless physic for the little stomach.!
II er, and bowels- Children lov its
fruity taste Kull directions on each I
(bottle. Vou must say "California."
Prof. Driggs Talks i
To Ogden Teachers
PriBf. Howard Driggs. formcrl;. 1 (
1 igden, and now located In New York
City, addressed the teach' is of the
igden scbooN at a meeting held at
the Central Junior high s-nuo ia
tird.tv afternoon JTe spoke on "Con-1
trlbutlons of Che West to mi Present j
Civilization." lie dwelt oh the history
of the wet ami the upbuilding which
has been recorded during the pas'!
In hir; address he cited an Instance
In one of the far eastern states, where
se,iite.ii na t ioi.a I i . lis a re represented
III ones chool. lie also slated that in
one of the leading schools of LSoston
ninety per cent of the students were 1
Professor Driggs Is louring the H e ll
Set iirlnp data for several books which,
he has In the making. He expects to,
write the hlstor of t'tah and other
western states upon his return to his,
studio in New York City
. Professor Driggs Is a brother of 1
Frank Drigg", superintendent of the
State School for the Deaf and Blind.
He departed today for thew est.
U. S. Road Engineers
To Discuss 1921 Plans
District engineers of the United I
States bureau of public 'roads. Willi
convene at Washington December 8 to
11 at which time plans for the 1021
campaign In road work win he out-,
lined according to District Engineer
B. J. Pinch of the local bureau
Engineer Finch will depart for
Washington nesl Sunday to represent
the twelfth district at the annual meet
ing of the representatives.
The American Association of High
way ( iff irln is will convene at Vfashlng
toh following the meeting of the dis
trict engineers. This meeting will be
held ' f ember 13 to 16.
Representatives from o ry st ite in
the union will be In attendance at!
'ins meeting) according ! Bngineei
Ira R. Browning, state road com
missioner of Utah will leave for the
meeting of highway official., Decem
ber 9. 1
Boad plans for 1921 will be the chief,
topics to bo discussed at the two I
meetings, according to Engineer Finch
.More than fifty men arc expected to!
be in attendance.
Weber Students Hear
Red Cross Chairman
Rev, John E Carver, chairman of
the Weber County Chapter of the Red j
Cross, addressed the student body of;
the Weber Kormal college this morn
ing, appealing to the students to assist
the American Rej Choss iy their con
tributions. Rev. Carver called attention during
his appeal to parlous Instances In
which ihe Red Cross has performed
At the ond of the talk the students
unanimously pledged contribution
the Red Cross
Maccabees, Attention j
All Sir Knights are 'expected to be
present tonight, ai p. m Nomination
of officers will be the main feature of
r05 Ika SfSCO, Commander:
SPECIAL GIFT STORE
-get exclusiveness at
Here's a surpns; for every particular Christmpc Shopper. Gift
lines that will spell joy for friends and satisfaction fcr the
Every line is exclusive with our store every article the em
bodiment of class and quality and the moderate price makes
their third important feature
See them early and make your celections Watch for further
r Every Gift Distinctive
SPECIAL WHITE IVORY TOILET
From 60c articles lo $40 00 ARTICLES AND SETS
Set- At all prices to suit your purse
HIS FAVORITE CIGARS
SYMPHONY At Pr'ce to harmonize with
LAWN STATION CRY hl t3ste
And other br.inds from $1 to $9 LIOGETT'S
CARA NOME PERFUMES ASSORTED CHOCOLATES
40c to $4. combination sets to Different size boxes at SI. 50 to
$12 SI. 85 the pound
You haven't herd much before we talk most with
QUALITY AND PR'CE
OtM) 25? Street Phone 239
Coming Here TorcigM
Fifty Kotarlans of Salt Iike. Logan
nnd Provo will he the guests of the
Ogden Rotary club at their weekly
meeting which will be held at the
Weber club tonight, according to Sec
retary A. P. Merrill. A special pro
gram of musical numbers will be fea
tured on the program
Addresses by members of the visit
ing party Will :ilso be featured.
The campaign being conducted In
igden by the Rotary cluh for new
members for the Ogden chamber of
commerce officially closed today.
Complete reports from the arlous
committees will be read at th'- meeting
tonight ( 1
To Talk Here Friday
Herbert Van Dam, state oipanizer
for the Kiwanis club will be one of
the principal speakers at a meetincr
to be held at the Weber club Frldaj
during the noon hour, according to J.i
Kay Ward. local men interested ln
the formation of a Kiwanis club for
i iRden have been invited to attend
The club, If formed In ipden, wilt
become one of a chain of clubs in the
I nited States, organized for the better
ment of the communities.
Sl.t m-n must be secured in order
to secure a charter for the orKani;--i-tion,
it is slated.
Atkins May Not Be '
Bandit Says Sleuth
reli P. It kins suspected of com-
pllClt) lii the robbery of, the B Thomas
Jewelry store, may not be the man. who
accompanied J. P. Rauach, the banit
who was slain by Thomas, according
lo Captain Robert Burk of the Ogden
Detective Kurk stated today that
there Is some o,uestlon as to who ac-
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I ogden; UTAH 1
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tiona 1 lank which is H !;
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cofdially in ites you i H j
account and banking II !
f hd or chest are more easily
treated externally with
V A P o R u a
Oicr 17 Million Jan Used Yearly
eompanied Hansen. A number of clues
which may lead to the arrest of the
buiRlar are belnp followed, he said,
and the arrest of the man may talfe
place at any time.
Atkins Is being sought, not only for
Complicity in the Thomas robbery, but
for grand larceny and Jail breaking In
Tin- opinion of local officers is that
the burjflar who was with Rausch.j
whether he be Atkln.s or some one
else, will be arrested within the next
few days, and possibly In the next few I
TRIESTE Nov. 30. The steamer J
Xarenta, loaded with flour and fodder,
has been captured by Gabriele d'An-'
nunslo'a Arditi m ar I'ola.
Special Holiday Sale ,
On all Millinery and Art Goods. One-third off on all j
package , goods. Hand-embroidered ready-made dresses
in white and colors, 3 to 6 yr. sizeseach $2.00 and $2.50
1 Iand-embroidcry finished centerpieces, table runners
and pillow tops at greatly reduced pricee.-
A full line of Christmas handkerchiefs-
Stafford Millinery Co.
2455 Washington Ave.
"They WORK jl
while you sleep"
Toko one or two f'asearets occa-
active. When bilious, con tip '
In adm hj unsl rung or for a cold rp- fJ
bad 6rcatli nbl '
.K is so 1 1 n i as Cascarots. children k
love them too 10 25, 50 cents .r
Banish Catarrh mt
Breathe Hyomel for Two Minute and
Stuffed Up Head Will Go. 1MB
you to rei ntc relief frorn ea- H
tarrh. cold in the heH.i or from an Irotat
big COUgb In the shortest lime, breath- 111111V
it win clean out your bead in two min- BsH
md allow ( breathe freely, W yS
.awake or asleep, or monej refunded. f
11-. urn. -I should end n cold in one day. Ill
and r dleve on of dlsRtiMluK fnuffle , SvH
hawl at:, spitting and offonsive breath in BitiB
Hyomel is made chiefly from eucayp Bsasia
, tu.-'. h soothing', healing. Rerni killing alitt- liailH
septic, that comes from the eucalyptua
I forests of inland Australia, where catarrh, H
tathma and other bronchial troubles arc fiH
?, Mom known. Iitita
Uyomel Is iik.T--.int and en.o to hreitb. IH
I Just pour s feWi drop's imo tbc Hard Rub- SssBSLa
ber Inhaler, use as directed mJ relief is IBBifl
A Complete Hyomel Outfit. Including H
j Inhaler ami one boCtle'of HyoVhel, eojttje H
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ists everywhere. FaaafJaH
Ends indigestion " m
It relieves stomach misery, sourtom
ach, belching and all stomach di
or monev back. IrRc box of tablets
at all dru)?iv'; in rAll towns.
Tliousands Have Kidney H
Trouble and Never H
Suspect It Hj
Applicants for Insurance
Often Rejected. I
Judging from reports from drug-glats iliaaMH
.who are constantly in direct touch KilBlV
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An examining physician for oim of rfl
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made the astonishing statement that IciaaH
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insurance arc rejected la because ild- tesB
nev trouble is so common to "the gfilH
American people. nid the large ma- IJliiiV
Jorlty o those whose applications are iltLH
declined do not even suspect thai they glBlBlBfl
have tin- disease. Ir Kilmer's Swamp- WEto
Hoot is on sale ail drug stores in - illllB
bottler, of two sizes, medium and large IllllH
However, if you wish first to test " iilH
this great preparation send ten cents EB
to Dr. Kilmer & Co- Hinghamton N SBK
. for a simple bottle. When wriilns sliK
be sure in. i mention thi paper Wv
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Grapolo does not contain calomel, or
other mercury salts. It is purely vec
table mild but positive in action and
absolutely harmless. The smSuhS
late coated tablets are easy to take
and g.ve a natural movement, w,th
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The A K. Mclntyre DruP Co Two jHEj
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