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WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 19B
I BLAME SHIFTED
IN BRIBERY CASE
Congressmen Hear Further
Details on Shipping
NEW YORK. Dec. 1 John Cn r,
.sistant to the head of Wnllace Dow
ney Shipbuilding corporation, toda
denied allegation!- or Tucker K. Sanda
former Washington banker, before tn..
congressional committee Investigating
shipping board affairs, that he knew
anything of n division of a 140,
"bribe" fund for procuring contracts
Of the board, in connection will which
the name of U W. Boiling, shipping
hoard treasurer, and brother-ln '.'Ww Ol
President Wilson, had been mentioned
Cranor testified that while he - 1
Washington thr Providence company
was endeavoring to procure n contracl
for the construction of ten tugboats
and that he learned thai 'lie flnancl ll
standing of the concern was "not satis
hoard treasurer, and brother-in-law of
the shipping board."
Cranor eatd thai Mr. Downej m
him to Washington to .irnmr i r-dii
tor the Providence company and took
the fatter of Bands, who was then
vice president and cashier of the Com
mercial National bank. The bans then
iSSUCd a credit letter to the extent of
$125,000 to the shipping board fot
Providence Engineering corporation.
The witness N.iid thai be had re
to pay Sands no.nno for arranging
Mr. Downey and Sands eventuallj
agreed on $2.r..000. Cranor said.
William Denman, first head of tht
emergency fleet corporation, testified
that there never had been any con
troversy between himself iil Major
Uneral George W. Goethals, associat
ed with Denman when the fleet col
poratlon first was in9tiiuted, oer the
" wooden ship controversy."
Denman said at no time was he in
favor of wooden ships except as a war
emergency or as auxiliary to stei I irea
Lester Sisler, secret. irv of the ship
ping board, resumed the stand and
reiterated his previous story, denying
Improper business relation with the
I Deaths and Funerals
O'XEIIjT Funern I services for
Michael O'NeiH will l,e held Thurs
day afternoon at o i lock In the b
unci ward meeting house, with Bishop
William K. Newman offl iaiing. The
body may be viewed this afternoon and
evening at the Lark in funeral chapel
Interment will be In th; Ogden Cltj
HAYXI- am Mar: Stonei Haynes
familiarly known as "Grandma Stom
died yesterday afternoon at the horn,
of Robert Watts at South Weber of
general debility, Mr.-. Haynes was
born in Sutton. England, Man l 22,
1834 and was the daughter of Jo
seph and Mao Taylor. Slu .ime to
Utah In 1S.' and became lh wife of
Henry Stone- After tii death of Mr.
Stones, she married Mr. Haynes. Dur
ing the lime that she ha lived In
Utah, she has been a resident of Hoop
er, Wilson and south Woiier. Since'
the death of Mr Haynes she has been'
living with Robert Watts, a cousin.'
She was a member of th- L. I . s
"nurch and was one of 'ne early pio
neers of Utah. She has no near rel
atives surviving hei Funeral serv
ices will be held Friday at l o'clock
at the Hooper meeting house with
Bishop James R. liens officiating. The
body may b, viewed a( th. Lindqulst's
funeral chapel. Thursdaj afl
and Friday until l j o'clock. Intel
ment will be In the Hooper cemetery.
I Weber Lodge No, 6
Free & Accepted Masons
Annual meeting and election of offi-
cers. Thursday, December 2d s . m
Full attendant e d ired.
Hy order the V.
"90 r E. NICHt -r:. Secy.
I For Men
A Very Unusual Offering For I
I This Week j
Men are learning that it pays to shop for shoes in i
r the new Downstairs Shoe Store. The fact that the t,
$ expenses are so very low down hcic. is the prin i
1 ripal reason for the values being so good y
'J The shoe sketched is our usual $10 genuine calf
(skin. In the new shade of brown correct Eng
lish style the soles arc of stout oak leather which
i makes them long wearing and at the same time
" neat, light and pliable A
i There is every width from A to D and every size
v from 6 to 10' 2- We'll be able to fit the young H
man who wants a long, narrow shoe with a very
v smart appearance. jj
j $J'4S i
B UUI tSN lgP SS I "C33: Q SB i 1 4Ve ' 1 -f
SALT LAKE POLICE
SALT LAKE (MTV, Dec. 1. Sill R.
Walter. 2"., said hv the police to he
;in ez-convlcl of Nevada and to havi
escaped from the Jefferson City peni
tentiary in Missouri. As a!Ttad here
today and charged with receiving stol-j
en property. According to ihe police,,
Walters is suspected of being Implicat
ed in the robbery of diamonds worth!
2.Sr.n from Dave Clemens, n guest ati
1 1 local h')tel.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, la. Dec. 1. -'
I'our federal prisoners held in the mad
car rohber are this morning I" ring
transferred to Des Haines Cor
keeping. Tliey ..re. l'rrd B. Poffnber-
ger, Orvllle Phillips. Merl Phillips and
The order for the transfer was I
gued by l'nited States Jurlg.- M. B.
in an effort to increase the us,, of
South Carolina cotton, the women of
that state have launched a "wear cot
ton hose" campaign.
... FOR OUR ...
I 1 o.- Anniversary
THE SEASON'S GREATEST EVENT
1 1,000 Dolls at prices below
$25,000 in China, Silver A deposit will hold goods
and Christmas gifts at shat- until Christmas. No goods
tering reductions. charged during sale,
t-, v J
I Starts Saturday At
I The- ctfflcnErY People- J
8 tfll iBMMi H
High Freight Rates Cause
Growers to Throw Product
on Home Markets
LAGRANGE, Cre.. Iee. i. Apples
from thr ilritnle,. Horn! v.illev .if
soon to lie a ,lrl to Portland peoplsj
;ii a pennj apises. The local huirkct
.sltnation has regched the point trh,ers
it in not profitable tp ship the frull
cast or to the mlihlle west, according
ta apple, dealers sH the trelghl rates
eat up the sala and leays the'
Orchardlsts ground tmbler contract-
r,i their apples tor a ? i prlos and
thf buyer i il iluwn a small amount
Rather than toX th, apples, It is re
portad, th, buyt r allowed his first pay
ment to K' and tho owners still havei
SALtM, (tr.. I,i( . 1. Oregon pears
.iR.un hae topped the market in bin
don. according to a cabllfrani recelv-1
eel hero tOda hy Kohcri I'aulus. yalcs
in.itiaKor for the ' in-gnn ilrowors' Co
Operative association, lit th( London
market a carload ot winter Noli sold
for f. ... b. Ncyi York City.
Put on Sleuths to
Watch Holiday Crowds
Toys are practically the only articles
being tak.-n from Ogdsn kiii,-s since
the campaign of shoplifting has been
Dpi ned by the merchants through Mlss
M, Stewart, of the credit rating hu-i
reau of (he Ogden chamber ot com
niorce, according to a report made
lodaj The vlgilanci of the many spe
cial dctectlvee and others employed
in the a ampaign, the march Jits aay.
Is such the the merchants now arc
ibis to determine if any articles are
The merdhaiits hgve reported that,
with the exception of small toys, Ritchj
as whistles arid pacts (f games, th
system if proving to he "airtight" and
the small I hildren generally pick up
thcue articlea Some of the young
sters have been caught and their par
ruts have been notified of their ac
tlons Those directing the campaign are
awaiting the Capture of the first real
shoplifter iii order that the culprit;
niai he prosecuted lo the limit audi
make apparent the fact that the nier-!
chants are going to ti.se the most rig-1
lid measures m wiping the illicit prac
tice from ' 'cden.
I Ai ditlonal detectives and others are
to be put In action In the stores from I
; now until the holidays are over, it
was said today.
Moose Official to
Talke Here Friday
T. M. Howell, Rocky Mountain dls
! tri t superv isor of thp Loyaj Order
i of foose. now on tur of the western
I states, win rtd(irp)"5 ( con members of
that organization. Friday night, ac
! cording to Frank Matthews, Giai
I N'ort h Moose.
Mr Howell will show pictures of
J Mooseheart, the national home of the
! sfOOsS lodge From Ogden he will ro to
Pocatello. Jiolse, and points In the
' northwest. Mr. Howell Is supervisor
over 1'tnh, Idaho. Colorado, vom
j lng. Montana and Southern Califor
PiLANl CIiOBEP now N
DUBUQUB, low a. lec. l The lo
cal plans of the Urun .wick Bulke Col
lender company employing ahout 500
men. lose.l down for an indefinite pe
riod laat night. A year ago the plant
employed over 1,200 people.
I A GOOD PL TO TRADE J V
t - . i
! 1300 X Fiirs oBiati on Sale j 1
To all ho have been waiting for a time when bedding prices would be lower, this jj jj
news will come with welcome. Thirteen hundred pairs of blankets, dozens of fluffy
comforters and pure feather-filled pillows are all now offered at prices that represent
f! most unusual values. jj
I Cotton Comforts $5.95 Double Cotton Blankets Wool Blankets at $8.50 i H
Cotton Comforts in size 72x78 in SL95 Wool Blankets in size. 66x30 in.;
H These are in assorted colors; all p 4..U1.U Dl l tne solid ?ray color with pink or WfM
' . 1 i f C otton double-sheet blankets in , i :,rt i ' .
n,-w stock just received. Jfij blue border; $10 50 val- CTA
j $6.50 values special each 0.70 inchesa $2.50 value (IjJJ QC ue?" sPecial the pair . . . . IPO. JU
j Cotton Comforts $7.95 p f r1 , f Beacon Blankets $11.95 j
Cotton Comforts in size 72x84 in. Cottn Sheet Blankets Double Blankets of the -Beacon- i I
in assorted colors with border. at $2.95 .T i
j rhese have splendid quality cov- Cotton double-sheet Blankets in k , nc l.T
ering; our $8.75 values 7 QC the gray, tan and white color, size 2" J 1 $1.95 !
,3 special each .3 60x76 ' inches; $3.75 Q- Pal the pair
n n CC or: vfues' pa,r V . Wocl Plaid Blankets
f Cotton Comforts $8.95 Large Cotton Blankets at 59 59
Cotton Comtorts size 72x84 in f C AC .
These are in assorted colors with , f,1 W1I Blanks assorted plaid i
border, with a splendid qualitv Cotton double-sheet Blankets in colors, size 66x80 inches. These W
covering; $10.00 val- Q OkC 8l2e 66x80 inchef" and in colors ar our regula1r $0 Q ft
ues. each tJ)0.y) gray, Ian and white fhese are values; special pair...
. , cial dtiraIue'' SP.e. . $3.95 Fine Wool Blankets jfl
5 T,h ? Havy Cott Blankets at $12.95 J
i All-reatner rillows or the Lm- J t i m ' i i , , 1
L l 1 7 i i ,i of $4 ? wool blankets in assorted paid
merich make, size I x24 in. with at $.Lo , -A Qr. . , K
i i n t I i - itii n.i i . colors in size UxoU inches, extra W
a blue flower covering; ou, $1.4; Cotton double-sheet Blanket, ,n , These are $14.50 value,;
values, specol each dM AA the extra large ze, 70x80 mchee. ecal thc 5
I at il.jyr in colors gray tan and white; ou. a, tylZ.yj
$5.00 values, special (2 C
i Feather Pillows at $1.25 th Pa,r W.o Pure Wool Blankets
i All-f eather Pillows of the "Em- Woolnap Blankets S6.95 at $19.75 ?
mench" make, size 19x26 in. Woolnap Blankets in assorted plaid All-wool Blankets in the extra i
i I hese are good size pillows; our colors and in the extra large size. large size and in plaid colors- oir
s 65 values- 6Pec,al 1 70x80; our $8.50 val- Qr $22.50 values, special fll C n r H - LM
each PLeWJ ues. special the pair jU. tie pair 17. J
Lo--n-iin--ninn-iiysi,lu1, tio "
WITH HIGH COURT
BOST N". Dor. 1 . The futurn
policy of ths Christian Sclt-nce
church lay with thc full bench
ff th pnprenic court of Massa
chusetts torl,- Before an audi
ence thnt included persons from
England and other countries, the
court heard the last of ihe argu
ment" between factions within
the church as to the construction
of deer!" of trust on which Mary
Baker Eddy founded the organi
zation ;md Its publishing activit
ies. Except for the filing of
iirlefs the cose whs declared
closed. A decision is not expect- J
ed before the March slttlnp of j
HARVARD GRID SCHEDULE
DUE FOR MANY CHANGES
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Oec. 1 Th
Si hedulfl for 'he Harvard varsity foot
ball team of next year will Include
several changes from that Of the sea
son Just closed. It will again consist
of nlrir- Eunics. Yale being played at
the stadium November 13 and Prlnce
on the Tiger gridiron November B.
The six games preliminary to these
will be shaken up considerably with
a view to bringing new Ideas and
methods of play Into action against'
the team that Is representative of the
Harvard coaching system. Centre col-,
lepje will be played earlier than this,
sf a son.
Major Moore, graduate manager of,
athletics, plan to try to arrange a'
dduble header for the opening date.
Applications for games 1 the Har-
vard studtum have come from mar ly
Institutions: Nebraska. Syracuse, In-l
dlana. Kansas and Missouri are men
tioned as teams which may come toi
Cambridge, although not all these in-'
stltutlon? have reiusted gamss.
JOHN HEINAN DARK
1 HORSE CANDIDATE
! AGAINST DR. RICH
John Ilelnan. 634 Twenty-second
street, a car builder, for the
Southern Pacific company, is tin
"dark horse" in the fourth ward
contesting the election with Dr.
Edward I. Rich for a position n
the school hoard
The entrance of Mr Ilelnan In
the race added excitement to the
election and supporters of both
candidates were out in force dur
ing the afternoon to obtain a large
ATTORNEY TRACES WOMAN
WANTED FOR MURDER
ARDMORE, ikla., Dec. 1. Clara;
i Smith, wanted here In connection with
the death last Friday of Jake L. Ha
inon. Republican national committee
man. is in the southwest, and prob
ably in the vicinity of El I'aso, Tex. j
Russell R. Brown, county attorney an-i
nounced here today.
Mr. Brown made known todny that '
he had been following a hot trail'
when he left here suddenly Monday
morning for an unannounced destina
tion. Ho declared the Smith woman,
upon leaving Ardmore. had gone
throuRh Durant, uMa., JJcnlson, Dal
las, and Cisco, Tex, buying a ticker
at Ihe latter place for El I'aso.
In the search for Miss Smlih since
the shooting of llanion in a hotel roonr
the night of November 21, County
Mtorney Brown concluded that s,,
Would attempt to enter either Canada
or Mexico. He succeeded in tracing i
her through Kansas.
The churge against Miss Smith, filed
by Brown before ll.imon s death, is
assault with intent to kill
Prank L, Ketch, who was Hamon's
business manager, has maintained that
ll.imon aceidcnta llv shot himself whll
leaning a revolver.
"Beauty is zv
but a beautiful skin is possible only when the liver
and kidneys are active, and the bowels functionate
properly. The secret of beauty as well as of health
is to maintain perfect digestion and elimination.
help to preserve beauty and maintain health, because
they influence liver, kidneys, skin and stomach to
function ite in harmony and efficiently.
Sold by druggir,t throughout
Use world. In boxes 1 Oc25c
WIRE AND NAIL PRICES i
CUT BY PITTSBURG MILL
I PITTS Bl RG, Dec i The prices of
steel wire products were cut here
Tuesday for the first lime In several
'years when the Pittsburgh Steel com- I
pany announced a reduction of ap
proximately 50 cents per hundred
pounds, making the new quotations on
wire nails $3.75 a keg and on plain
wire $3.L'. a hundred pounds f.o b.
Pittsburg. Barbed wire and feme sia- I
pic.x were pin ed proportionately. Ship-i
ments of all unfilled orders beginning
today will he invoiced at the new rjuo- !
nin " l'R( Ision I'HIJLD
AUSTIN, Tex.. Dec l. A portion of 1
the Texas prohlhitlon law providing
that the unlawful transportation of
Intoxicating liquors constitutes a fel
ony was upheld by the court of crim- I
Inal appeals today The court denied'
the'appllcant of J N Gllmore. of Col
lins COUnty, for a writ of habeas cor
pus, holding that II Is within the pow
er of the stale to control the traffic
TEA 1 1 1 Its' i mo ENDS
COLUMBIA Mo . Dec. 1. The Uni- M
veralty of Missouri Teachers' union ls
which was affiliated with the. Amen-
I can federation of Labor, has dlsbaml- 3IE
ed. It was announced Tuesday. 1"1H
This action was prompted in part. LH
it was said, by the feeling that the lrii
copo of the organisation was not suf- ''-yPW
flciently broad The organization was HrV
founded about a year go. ltffiS
According to statistics compiled by-
the Philadelphia police depa rt ni n' P"'I
women nre most careful drivers of au-
.miss Florence booting, appointed EB
secretary to Police Commls.sioner H
Faurot. of New York is the first oT jl
her sex tn hold that office il
Effective at Once j I
Rock Springs I I
Lump, per ton . $10.00 JS
Nut, per ton . . . 9.50 H
Lion Coal Company I Bj