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J WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 1. 1920. THE OGDFN STANDARD EXAMINER 9 J
1 WOOD If LEAD
R ARMENIAN AM
American Ofticer Named As
Chief of Campaign Against
H Turkish ReMs
WAHH I V JT' v t
fl Hhr- ftnmii iMUy dew ass OM'
are I Leonard Wbo1 had ln mr
floeed aa poaauMe selection f the
H laaTue of rviu.n Armenian Mmrr'"
oXTANTINOPLr. Ne II
the AseWCtate lncrtnt
yFM rto.. tUa to rfr on their work
agH ard I 1 the - I
PH fln frotr Amerirvr. ul!i1m nd
Mr. fllfe Said ndrt-ren' of Mu-
landed for lrmrnan orphanage ll I
M have been e. led fr..m nrphA' - I
N and lb rnillrtinirn ronrrrtrd into Tiif-'!
BIG CUT IN WAGES
BH IFOILANE ih ir i
tii . . .
IV h I n.( jl ri nf
Bkw onferrm r of r eiraenMng
HBh industrial cstahllahmenta f eeateYn
Hl Washington. Oregon and ncrtlirn
Wm Mr Reynold rlfrUrrd that III
i elfht hour da) be strict!,
redm f and iljat Wage I In lh
vMiii.i remain si ent an
houi. Ilr ild It had been dr
lrtd tliat hmdowna of plaint
The Aasociatrd I 'uluat rlea will
rnndrmn anv liiduidnil mplovr
who attempt to rsplolt tha ptes
ant atirplua of Uhor," he delarud.
I HIGHWAYMEN ESCAPE
AFTER WOUNDiNG JAILER
MJCMTHIC Tenn-, Nu 3u Felloe
officials In a or of towns In north
Sfl vvimi(ii and Western Trnnrm-p
rr. rcBlng tolay for Clyde A I
Hamilton, Aldan Nlia and h 11 Kel
lv. ullrgrfl IiIrIiw.. men who. after A1
"PectaruUr platol fight In the Shelby
count) JH Twr.ln) lit which lieurgei
i Jailer wan ahot and f a'allv
- v u i il broke Jail and eOCeped to
aa Mundaatppl in ab
T. K. McLndon, who wu n lsttor
at tli.' ..ill at th tlhie of the vacapai
and who la alleged to have furnlah-'l
'he men uh platola with which toi
fifhi their wny to llbeitv wu held on
a ehrt'-Be of murder In eoiMOOttOII With I
tha death of Iteevra
Hamilton, Show and Kelly were ar
rearerl aeveral Weeka ngn tn an Huh- '
in.ttrls furnlahi-d n urlinrnt h" "n
hara f roblirn A rjuantlt ..f MIW
and othar krtlcltl balltTOd hv th. pe.
I lot to have booh "tojen were found
In the rooma.
Hamilton told the BOlloa his home
w.i In Toronto, fthnu' nai-l he WWt
from leltoii md Kell from Mlchl
TRANSPORT LEAVES WITH
CHEER FOR PACIFIC ISLE
VAI.LF.J", Pa) 1 Tran.
1 formed from a (rim troop and ord-
nance carrier to a "Chrlaimoji "hip. " I
loaded with dellcoclea and other fiftal
the 1'nlted Statea navy trmnaport New-'
j 1 1 Newa departed today with holiday'
B haer frr th naval OOlOB) a' 5uam,
P She la experted to arriv e I here De-J
temper 2 The Chrittmaa - r o up-
,- - - Writt s - - -
A aWX)LACC TO TCADF
J Closing Out Our
j Cedar Chests
There are only a dozen oi them. We are clos- I
f iriR out thr line nnd will probably not carr
them again. For thr firt twelve customers ?
I who come for these, the sitving will be worth
I while. Of course there is no question a to the '
utility and desirability of a cedar chest. Every j.
I woman wants one. Even prospective bride '
should have one. It any of you men are in a
quandary as to what to give, ask the "fair lady " '
how she would like a cedar chest. Made of I
I eastern red pine, the wood in which moths will
not live. Elach chest has a quantity of pin:
I shavings to be sprinkled over the furs, etc., to
keep months away. The sires are from 28x I 4
I I inches up to 46x19x1 I inches. The close-
I out prices are $20. $25 and $30. (Downstairs.)
aaaaa- bjb -aaaa -mwn- -m.Jr an -mam- -aa -catm- aaa
m u. s. views
Representative Invited to At
tend League Meeting
OKNKVA. Dec. 1.- Tha council of'
the le-Rue of tuition toduv unenlinou
ly Approved the Invitation drawn up
hv ih- military commlaaion rnllliiK on
th L'nlted State to name u rtprt-nentatlvt-
to alt on the rominlion
The InvitAtlon, the lexi of vvln h w
made p u b M and eebled In new dl
natrhea laat nl?ht. expreH.ed the vo w
that the Keneral conalderat Ion of the
auhjert of n reduction of armaments
wuld he greatly facilitated" if ihe
l'nlted tSatea government eould - '
lt- way cOAf to aend a ret sentattve
to all In a consultative i . 1 1 with
Kollowlne; lh- . oUDCll'e approval of
the Invitation at It eslon todio. .i
not ffl dying It wa dlpa' h d to the
AIMS OF GERMAN PRINCE
NOT FEARED BY BRITAIN
LONDON, 1 aK 1 Andrew Bon.ir
1jw. governrnen' lender. Tuesday Raid
that not nuch lmjortnnoe was attach
ed to recent rumors tht the former
mun ProWTI prince was communi
cating with the leader of th monar
chlal Deity In Prussia with the ob
ject of overthrowing the present Cer
msn government and tcjtorlng the
The Hntnh oernment. added l i
Bonar Uw. would' not tako up the
matter with The Netherlands
A stowaway caught underneath a.
coal pi: m a ship's bunker uetd a
periscope for an air pip
m r' "
wm You must say 44BayerM
Unless you see the name ' ' Bayer ' ' on package
or on tablets, you are not getting genuine
Aspirin prt?scnbed by physicians for 21 year -.
gj Insist .,p. n in unbroken package of genu
9. "Bayer Tablets ol Aspirin" containing r ipei
directions and dose proved safe by millions.
Baedy tin boxes of tablets cost but a few cents Larger packages
MH Aaairia it ths trad nark of Bayer Harm? trior cf M "ece( -r .- r ' i--
Bamberger Presides as State
Executives Discuss Varied
RAfUUVBURO, i". DeeL 1 Two
scon- goTraora today assembled In
conference under I he presidency of
Uovernor Simon H.irberger. 1'tah, who
Is doen of the COOfcTonCS by virtue
of lift v Inn mixsed none of Its twelve
Governor 'a mpbell, Ai i.ona, was In
troduced by tiovernor Jlaiuberger as
"u cowboy from the Slejrtca border.'
Tha ArUona executive expressed the
appreciation of the visitors for the
spirit of hospitality evinced bj Gov
ern or sprout In throwing, open his c-ap-Itol
and ids home his quests.
Governor Parker, of Loulelena, bed
not arrived when his turn 6ettM tO
speak on agricultural problems, and
his uddress was postponed. Ills place
waj taken on th- program bj' CJover
nor W. I Herding, Iowa, who said
he was chiefly thankful and thought
all his colleagues should be also for
an "opportunity to strut in the pre
once of his equals." This alone, he
lc Ufed. made llie .mmm! conferem
Muring a general discussion follow
ing the mornings program, Govjsrnoi
tir.iei said he planned to set an ex
ample to other Mates In urging exten
sive park legislation.
BILL HART WINS SUIT
AGAINST THOMAS INCE
LOfl'ANOBLkB, bellT., I ' C. L Wil
liam S Hart, motion picture actor,
was Kranted Judgment for M7.7TI i
against Thomax II Ince, film product r.
In a de-lslon given here Tuesday b)
Judge Lewli 1: Worki Of the lx An
geles county superior court.
Hart brought suit for profit he a I
lepd were his under a contract made
In June. IM T.
Hart's attorney sold the Judgno n
mean that his client would i lalm "nc
fcrulng profits estimated at $70l,ooi."
Hart brought suit for 1100.112
Under his contract with lnce. he
. alleges, he was to receive fi.ouu
week as salarv and a guarantee of
: Jl.000 a v eek. overlng profits and
i bonuses in the production of a series
lor western motion pictures.
CHINESE TROOPS MUTINY;
TOWN FIRED AND LOOTED
sha.m;iiai. China., nec. I. (By
the Associated l'iessi Messages re
ceived by business houses here today
report that the troops In 1 -Chang, a
treaty port of ltu-Teh. province, have
muilnd. ei?d snd set fire to the city
and an looting it
The messages, which wer received
by the Robert Dollar company and the
British-American Tobacco company,
state that the troop wrecked the
banks nnd foreign business establish
ments of I -Chang, vv tii h has a popu
lation of about 10.000. The foreign
ers in the - itv number 100.
lAr Reduced I
1 15 to 20
rjHD &Jm l'-wer then the jrnrral tnarket pri.-ea
t Jwm -Je-. -' aVLaw 0
B YSaBal H eP V lassasB'af
9 af aW aaat-JalL vvs BBrrVgr " n" ,i""', '' 1 11 s
I I iSffte-V jSSKbT price ta v nu will lie abli- to buy
1 aPvKaBrViB 4a5aw ln(r month ill receive a special
Rc icniber DdihIoc tBiloredto-your
x - acc our cr
f J OWEN BENNETT, Prop
jWby la Qn h -O.on Avrnue by the Alhambra
MONEY BELT FOUND IN
OLD BOOTS UP FOR SALE
GALltNEK. Mai-i, fec. 1, hlle
examining a pair of leather boot at'
e wile of the personal effects of Jacob'
MaggHtrand. of tiniand. who died here
In 1818. a proepectlvc purchaser stuck
his linnd into one of them and found
a money belt containing $97a Hegg
strand's widow In Finland will bo no-1
lifted of the find.
I . I
COAL M KMvl 1 M'l I)
EAGLE PASS. Texas, Dec. 1.
, Work In all of the coal mines of the
state of f'oahulla whose miners hoe
been nn strike mnce October 11. for
1 Increased wagea va. raaumed today,
according to the Mexican consulate to
: day. Two mines, the AguJIta und
'lote. whose owner refused to grunt
an ncrfse of 20 per cent In the ml
I ners' pay as recommended by I he Mex
I lean-government, were taken over by,
the government In order to aettle the
s'rlke, the consulate announced.
YOUNG BRIDE SHOT BY
HUSBAND; WOUNDS SELF
SEATTLE. -Wash.. Dec. I.- Ger
trude White, n bride of u month, was
found dead In her room In IhiIlI
hen riieedav. and William Kuigeas
White, lier husband, vv as removed to
tlie city hospital In s dying condition
from two liullet wounds through the
bod) Officer stated th- belief White
had nhot Ills wife Afl slit- lay In bod and
then turned the pistol fin himself. Mrs.
White's home, before her marriage,
was In Coluea, 'allf. White wag
traveling salesman fur u wludesnle
( si I K IMU PJ Mil Si I
MANILA. C I. Uec. 1. The Philip
nlneM' legNlature today adopted a bill
i piiroprlatlng $".00,000 imnuallv to
states in a enmpaign to obiniu Inde
pendence fur ihe Philippines The
bin provides for the sanding to im
l'nlted siates of Independence mis-
INDICTED BY JURY
FOR TAX FRAUDS
PIT TSllUKOi I-.. Des l A
federal grand Jury here i ,ii re
turned Indictments ngn I psl Her
bert Hupuv. forniei president nnd
dial i mi' of the hostfd of llrec
tOCS of the ruclb! Sl-el m
mny, of Atacrlcn. nlnl Ueore A.
Turvllle. forri-r vfro president
nnd sei ef an-t ressnrct . charging j
I hem wiju c'Mmpir.icv i defraud
the i nited Ota tss Covfrrnmenl out
of Income and excess profits lax.
nal.l to amoopt to several million
Th recent MrttlsJl oil StrlgQ la ii
tlinaled to have i osl 100,000.000
pound- .-.tt rll-ig
Wanderwell World Tour in film and in person at the Ogden Theatre last times today
in addition to the greatest super feature of the season
! "THE. PENALTY"
DONT MISS THIS BIG DOUBLE BILL NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
"BIG SUPER-SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS ONLY"
I OTTO AUTO By Ahem
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SALES OWTfeR "1UAvTT J ,Jc V l!"fK' 1 PRV Ur, CcW atjMOlW 3FT "TUE 7 , Lii Jl
7 a. jJEA Cj4 ". 'j
Girls' Save VnUr Hair!
Make It Abundant!
Immediately after a 1anderlne mas
aaga, your hair take on new qj
ler and wondrous beauty, sppeerlne
twice as heavv and plentiful. becau- H
each hair seems to fluff and thicken 1
Iton i let your hair its) lifeless, color
leas, plain or sersggly You. too. wsni
lots lone, strons beAuttful hair H
A 3.r. cent bottle of delightful 1 u H
drine freshens scalp, cheek
dandruff and.fatlinR hnir This at mm
1st log 'beauty tonir" gives to thin
.1. fading ha.r th , I t' i
nes aad abuadasu tblckaeee all dl ,
TOUR GRAY HfllR
Use Grandma's Sage Tea and
Sulphur Recipe and Nobody
Will Know !
The use of Sajre and Sulphur for re H
storing faded, gr n hair to Its naturni B
color dstes tmck to grandmother' f
She used Ii to keep her halt
beautifully dark glossl) snd atlrAcin.
henever her hair took on Ihst dull
faded or tt reeked aapeerdnee this fm
pie applied, with wondri
Hnt brewini; at home Is ruussy end H
nut of dale Kowedeys, by asking a H
drug (or a bottle of Wyelh'4
Sage and Sulphur Compound, yen will H
Uiis famous old pritparatioo. Un- H
proved by the addition of othr men . H
lenti which ran be depended upon to
oetural color and beauty to H
well Known downtown druggist N
fsys It darken the hah- su natural
sod evenly ihnt nobod can tell i ha H
been You simply dampen a H
or of' with and drnw H
his through your hair, taking oTie H
i small strand at a time. By morning H
the dlsappeere, and after H
sppUcetluD or IWO It become"
it.uk K'oasv. Advgr
MEAT CAUSE OP
KIDNEY TROUBLE I
Take Salts to Flush Kidneys if
Back Hurts or Bladder
If urn si have your meat ever
it. bin flush your kidney emh
ays e noted attyboi
wiio iii that meet forma uric
whali almost paralyses the kid
,n In n citoit- to expel H from H
They become sluggish end
eeejeen, then mffer with a dull
mlghry In the kldne) region, sharp
palti- 0 Ihe back or sick headache
dlzilneas, your stomach "-ours, tongue
i is coated and when ihe weather Is bad
you hav rheumatic iwlnges. The urfn-
mc vmi to seek relief wo or three
times during the night
Tn neutralise these irritating add-.
I to cleanse the kidneys and flush off
the bodv's urinous waste get four
I OUnceg ol Jad Salts from anv phar
Imecy here; take a tablespoonful In a
'few days and yoUT kldneyi U1 then
' 'me This famous salts Is made
from the acid of grapes and letnor.
i Juice, combined with lithia. and bir
'been usetl for genera'ion tO flush and
1 1 aline the .acids In urine, so It h
thus ending bladd'-r
Jnd Salts is inexpensive: cannot In
Jnre, snd makef . delightful efferiiM
jceni lilhia waler drink. AdvertL-e
M mapr 9 iaj7 wj eLHj
flam &tHAfFwH BaB
Wecom mend j I
to that friend with
If JTOU have a frfend tuflcnng
wiih c zema or ether itching,
Isjrnin? eruption, vht greatrr
s ndncn could )uu do Lim t)in
" Why don't you try Kein. ! ?
I i r.i-.iv voa have espcrimc I
e lb docen ireeteaentsa but i
)' e Rei i dijkmii
does not claim to lie a 'cure-sll'
singly a soothing, healing
pifiteeent, Ircc lioui all harsh H
dcugsv lliat pbysii.ins prescribe
v v i i i ii-. iu h i -iscsaiyciurs.
p9 et a jar today I " I i!
Knii c-.ii',.. 1. 1-.-, Vralt aVsu