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THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1920. THE OGDEN g 1 ANPARP-hAAMUNfcJt 11
I COUNTY ELECTS
r TWDJfJ BOARD
Joseph Skeen and John Hooper
Win in School
Joseph Skeen Apparently ha hern j
fleeted board mernher of Ihe county I
school board from dlstrut No 4. while
John D. Hooper of Houprr waa elected j
by a small mnjorltv In district No. t, I
Word from the cpUDty s hod board
offices Indicates thai little interest was
shown In the lection excepting- In the
places where tho candldatea resided.
Mr. 8kecn. a resident of Warren, but
who Is also closely affiliated with Plain
Cily, draw the Plain City vote and re-1
I- &A a total of ISC votes as against
the fp pt his opponent, w Marrlotl j
In Warren and West Warren. h
Marrloit was given i he mujority 'l'he
saji Farr West otr vw.. dtvid 1 evenly.
1 each candidate gating 2i votes In
mH the Second dlstrlit election. T. R !
h-. Jones ran a ngntnst 1m-. hi
popent, John D ttooi u ,s
ffB feated by approximately 80 votes. Had
HH it no? been for the heaw vote of Hoop-
flH er In favor of the winning candidate,
Mine would ha been elected, It is
v am reported Hooper- east 100 of 131
'4M oter, in favor of Hooper.
jjHI Jones carried Kanesvllle and Taylor
4jH by large majorities but the vote was
UH nor sufficient to cairy In his fffvor.
BOOKS LEAD M
I INDOOR SPOUTS'
Ancient Printer Hoped to See
Chained Bible in Every
in E. A Stuff sk-i.iI)
v.su (MM i
HV fear cry from the day an English
HI . printer hoped he'd live to see "a Bible
HiHI lined In In
HBl to the American public library with r.s
9H1 thousands of volumes
H I Where once onlj one man 1
ooo could rend, now- book reading has
leWl become the national indoor sport." J
E : W oi I LOOK.
Hh, MLss Clara W. Herbert, assistant 11-j
brarian of the District of Columbia,
Public library, has assembled n short
list of hooks printed within the last
HhJ three years thnt will Rive the man or
woman who reads ihem a new outlook
HHl They arc books some folks would '
HhB call 'heavy'" They treat of public
questions, of the Mvfs of (Treat men,'
of the minds of great nun and ofj
the, achievements of those who have
pioneered or who are now pioneering'
Hhh the way- to new goals of mankind.
HHh The Ogden Carnegie public llbran
can furnish most if not all of these
h wi: you ui i nn i
9H Fllowing is Miss llcrhert s t
HhB Education of Henry Adftm, Henry
Hjj The Theati i gh its g age Door
IflHHJ Life of John Marshall, A J. Bav-I
gjfl9 Quaker Singers Kccollections, Da
tjuBn Men. Manners and Morals, in South
HP1" America. J. '
HHb Portraits of American Women,
HHI The Rescue, Joseph Conrad.
JVEjjBi History of Prance, W S. Davis.
Abraham Lincoln, John Drinkwa i
jjHJ The League of Nations, S. P. H. Dug
I Glowworm .-. -id Other Beetles, j 1 1
j C. Babrc.
MHl Memoirs of the Empress Eugenie
jH ComtS Flejrj
Uneonducted Wanderers Koslti
EH Alexander Hamllion, H. S. Ford.
ejXV Now It Can Be Told. Sir Phillip II
Lm A Labrador Doctor, b"ii W T. fjren-l
m Recreation, Isccunl Grey.
HHb Moral Basis of Democracy, A. T. ,
Heart of the Puritan, E. D. Hnna-,
Book of a Naturalist, W. H. Hud- ;
Letters of Henry James
HHl England to America, M. 1' Mon-
HH 1-auncelot. E. A. Robinson.
nHH Colas Breugnon, Romaine Roland.
; WI; Lt IS Ae.,,;. (.-.. ' I Ko-
K:'u- Houth, Sir E H 8h u kh
! Creative Chemistry, E. E siosson.:
Hj i S3 holog: ol Bolshi Ism John
mrU Ireland and England, E. R. Tur-I
sbbbI ner. I
Napoleon, Herbert Trench.
SH Modern American Poetry, Louisi
jHH Untemeyer. h
B American Painting and Its Trti- ;
H rtltlont. J. C. Van Dyke.
if)H French N"ays and Their Meaning. !
I . Mrs Edith Wharton. '
I Former Police Officer
Gets License to Wed
Harrv C. 8hults, former 'lesk a- r
geant at the Ogden police station, and
Miss Eli.ib.-ih I. Kuskon l ogden,
obtained a marriage license al Salt
Lake yesterday, according to informa
tion received today.
William Jackson Ferguson of Ly
man, Wyo . and Ai nulla M Slater of
Ogden ulso obtained marriage ihenur
.ii Salt iake yesterdg)
Mr. SliulU ts wi ll Known anions lo
ral haaoball cirrles. being a star per
VtL'h. former on the diamond. II Is rumored
T ! that he and his bride will visit Cali
fornia on their hfineymoon and that
former Desk Sergeant siiuliz will play
winter ia 11 on the Pacific coasi dur
ing the wintei months
"The U. P. Trail" comes
to the Alhambra next Tuesday
for five days. Better than
Zane Grey's book of the same'
name. Don't miss it.
J Certified Minnesota
Red River stock 9j
Ready for delivery.
I Phone 290 I
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Bride Starts to Church--Vanishes
W.W YORK. Police and detectives arc combino; Now York for
I trace of Mra Dorothy I Yackers, 18-far-olil bride of four days
who vanished on the way from her liume to confession ai church,!
five Mucks away. Police of other cities have been askol ! aid in i
DuJincu and Circulation Dcpt 56
Advertlilng Dcpt 42S
Edltorl.il nnd News D;pt 870
Scandinavians Harold Dahlstrom
will he i lie speaker at the Scandina
vian society meeting in t h Seventh
ward nieeilnu house al 8 o'clock to
morrow evei Log
Dr. Wright mov.J to 323 Eccles
Wc:kly Luncheon Members of the
University eiub ol Ogden held iiicir
weekly luncheon ai the Weber club to
day Plans for Ihe dance to be held
next Thursday tv outlined and plans
for the smoker1 December l, discussed
For Snlc A 10-r"or.i houve. Terms
or cash. 2430 Adams. Call Miss Fitz
gerald Reed hotel.
7 S T 6
Marriage License- A marriage li-
cense was issued In the county clerks
: office today io Henry Alexander Cot
I tie and Anna Mf.e Uelnap. both of
Clean large rass wanted at The
Sia.ndardrISxamlT.er office. 4-
Case Continued The divorce case
i of Mabel Galley apaiiist Fn.neis Galley
j which was scheduled for hearing yes
'terday in Judce A W. Agee's division
'of the district court, has been contin
iued without date. The court was noti
:fiod yesterday 'bat the defendant Is
now In California.
Ogden Typewriter House for type
writers and re-pans. Hudson ave
I oue. riione J36
Hears Damage Cace Jui;7p A. F
Prat l is in Farmington this week
, where the damage case f Katherinf
' Phillips against ihe Bamberger Elec
Uric railroad It; being heard before a
jury. Mrs. Phillips seeks damages of
930,000 for ih-1 loss of her left arm at
i the elbow as the result of a crossing
accident September 20, 1919.
To Install Light The board of city
commissioners this morning ordorerl
that an are ligl'.i -b" Installed at the
: Inierteclion of Capitol street and Van
P.uien avenue. The installation of the
light was requested in a petition signed
jby properly owners In the vicinity.
Carpenter Class The class in man
lual training established nt the Mound
Fori school by the ParentTeaohers'
association for nun and boys will meet
jagnln tonight More members ar
i wanted for this class.
i Goe6 to Kemmercr fJraslH DSpet
tor Ernest Winkler, In charge of the,
grazing department at the local for
lestry service offices, departed yester
day for KemmtriT, Wyo While at:
Keomerer h will attend a meeting
I of t.,H Lincoln County Woolgrowers" ,
i association, lt is reported
Bail Forfeited Thomas Burnett. 2.2
; Twenty-sixth street, 12 years old, was
arrested yesterday on a charge of vlo-j
lating traffic ordinance 881, which pro-
ltie. that no DDOtor vehicle shall be
lief! unattended with the motor run
'pins He fulled to SPPSSI before ihe
Jcily court "hi-- Oiornlbf ',rl Ins bail.
umounting to $5, was declared for-
Serious Charge Faces
Man and Two Women
Will Kusk. L' 7 1! Tw - 1 1 -m i oiid h' i . l.
a t.oilernnrkei ; Ma LaWSOD, IT, 2330 1
Wssl psurt, and Mih. Bvelyn NardeQ,!
118 years old. B waitress, aro at the
IcbUnty Jul', awaiting trial before thei
According to the police, the three)
wer arreSltd I" ;i room at tli Brlg
hem hotel) Twenty'foortli stresl i i
jWall avenue. I(ut, the polios say, wan
liv ing on thl alleged Illicit earnings of
t)M IWO women.
1 Mr: N'erden 's 8Blcl ' be llle mother
ot an Infant.
N'u complaint against the adults In
!i)ie case has been sworn out as yet,
I accord Ins to Juvenile .ludgc pgn sui
llvun. ii wiii 1 1' lenl evidence is secured,
Ihe man and lln- Moioan v.ill appeal
I before t1p city court, while Miss lw-i
I eon, who is juvenile, will prob&htj bs
IcommiUcd to the siate industrial
school, the Judge dtclaretl.
' ' 1
Tvvo Dogs Believed
Rabid May Be Killed
Two dogs believed to be afflicted
v.Hli rabies, were captured by Patrol-j
man James ft earn and Detective Ki !
Butterfield near Twenty-second Btreet
.md i .rani n wnue this morning. The
animals were removed to the police,
s'.:aton Where Ihey are awaiting the-
passing of their death eehtenee by Dr-
J. M . Klliot. city health inspector.
one of the animals is believed (o
have bitten a little girl. Their capture
this morning was effected after tlie
police had received nutnerous re)orts'
thai the animals were chasing persons
oh tin streets, attacking bicyclists, au
tomobiles and delivery wagons. The
dogs, according to the reports, acted
'ih" were captured with difficulty
by the officlers, who managed to lasso
Detective Fd Butterfield narrowly
escaped being bitten by a dog yester
day that Is alleged to have been In the
ildsl stages of rabies.
He received a report that the ani
maJ was acting percullarly in the vi
cinity of Twenty-third street and
, (JraiU avenue. lip reported ",n th-'
scene and us he neared the animal,
Which was laying prone. It rose and
started at him. lie was carrying a.
short club. With tills weapon he man-1'
aged to keep the animal at bay until
be could unbutton bis overcoat and
draw his revolver The dog sprung at.
him as he drew his gun and fired. The
tiullei took effect behind the dog's left'
nr, kllll.ig It instantly. Colli.- i,mrl
that there are a number of dogs act
ing peculiarly in the city.
Petty Thievery in j
Hotels Is Reported
Theft of articles from rooms In
hotels and rooming houses of the city
are becoming more numerous, accord
ing to Information from the police sta
tion. TWO cases of this nature were
reported yesterday afternoon.
H- B Hayes, of room No. 8 of the
Royal hotel, reported that some one
had entered the room and hud stolen
tlinr H'.lk shirts, a pair of gold cuff
links two suits of underwear and a
number of silk collars. He gave the
police a description of a suspect.
Perry Suman, room 14. of the We
ber hotel, reported the theft of an
overcoat, suit and raincoat, besides a
quantity of underwear, sox and two)
There has been a number of sim
ilar thefts reported within tho last
week or two, the police say.
Married in Ogden
ole Kinar iiwr- and Miss Ellsa
Marie Thangetadi both of Sacramento,
were married hen- yesterday afternoon
by the Rev. John w RTyslop, re tor pf
the Church of ib Qood Shepherd.
Louis A M er of i igden and Miss
Crompton of Ogden were married this
morning at the home of the bride,
2S01 Adams avenue, by the Rev Hv-
Deaths and Funerals
DKAAVEK Funeral services for,
Maria rraayer wen held eslerday
at i io o'clock al the nrsi ward meet
ing bouse, with Bishop D H, Ensign
Officiating, and Joseph lv Wright OOn
ducting, The speakers were n. j,
Krultboach, Abraham Van )nm. John
W IV Volkei, John N'euteboom, Ed-1
ward Neuteboom, n hlelr and Bishop
Ensign. Music was as followt;, 'lib,'
Mj i 'at her," by Mrs. Jenny Limber;
i Know Thai M Redeemer Lives,"
by Mrs. bridge. ;l ,,, pgrim."j
by Mrs. w. i(. Holbroek; "unt Sweet-
jj .solemn Thought," Allies S'ernleuve.i
'I here 'mi u Inrge atlendance, Inter-1
meni was In tho Ogdtm OUy cemetery.'
MIDI. I K. II I unl ral SSI v logs for
lire. Elisabeth Caroline Wardleigh
will be held Sunday at J o . lucK ,il die
MetbodlM church The body niav l.
viewed at the home, 1!210 Qulncy ave-1
nue Saturday afternoon nnd Sunday
until 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be
In the i igden I'liy ceinetci w.
Wiln r I'lolitl CUflllfhSI the flour I,
M ember.- are lemiesled to mrc-t at I.
O . F ball al 1 p. m Sunday lo at
iind the Mineral or Sister Wardleigh j
LULU CLOUDMAN, 1
1 7126 Secretary. '
Great price reductions on a!l regular stocks of fine furniture bought
especially for the holiday season. This sale at the height of the holiday
I season is held because you have been looking for lower prices. Don't let
this opportunity pass by.
? These small pieces of furniture, so necess?ry to com- Hj H
( I r yf plete the furnishing of an attractive and comfortable I .psassrssssssssalXy: -
-'.-l''' Tea Tables Telephone Stands Jbl
iflf''' Gate Leg Tables Sewing Chairs
Spinet Desks Vacuum Cleaners r j
-Jj Smokers' Stands The Hoover
yj: jSv Floor Lamps The Roya! 4ft tffl8ysk.
a V Table Lamps The Sweeper-Vac ySHW& fa
lBI llesllM Cedar CheSlS Sweepers tjM I H
j " i j"' , Pictures Aluminumware J
I Davenport Bed The Cheney
BUY A BARREL OF
FLOUR NOW, IS
CHICAGO. Pep- - A "buy a
barrel of flour now," campaign
was launch'Kl here today by the
Farmers' National Grain Dealer'
association. H. R- Melsch. presi
dent of the organization, announ
, ol iv,:,t 1 1,,, nun. nun farmers who
hold stock in 4,800 farmers' ele
vators would be urged to lay In
their winters flour supply now.
while the price 1 right."
"Our figures show that the
lnlted States has sold for export
nearly all of the wheat It can
safelv export." Mr. Me-lach said.
"Nearly one million bushels ox
wheat are being sold for export
each day. Soon It will be a fight
for American flour or wheat be
tween. America and Europe."
CALLED TO ELECT
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 2. A
notice that the annual meeting of tho
Pacific 'oast baseball league will be
held In Sacramento on Thursday. De
cember 16, was mailed to the direct
ors of the league today by William
ii McCarthy, president. The meeting
was postponed from an October date
as a widespread Investigation of al
leged gambling In the league was go
ing on during that 4nonth-
Tho program at the meeting calls
for Ihe election of a president. 1 1 lb
understood thai McCarthy will make
., rSQUeSl that hie name be not im
sented again, but the directors are ex
pecled to prevail up-m him t iikiiIii
accept "be berth
ill (. I DIVIDEND
sistioi: Ii. m:. W Va . I 2
DlrecIol H ol I he 'Ii. l nut Mil company
ui a meeting here toda declared o !p0
Ier cent cash dividend. Siockhol.b ire
from poliiti lii Texas ami Cleveland,
O.i also attended the meeting
. nu 1
MOW YORK. Pc . Tin Mteady; rpot
111,00; fiiinri-- 134.500 35, 00.
iron nominal; So J southern eeeond
ii. $36 008 JS, 00.
Antimony r. . 7 f. fr i
Zinc steady; Eust St. Louis spot 7.100
Other metals linehSFUiedi
IjO.viion. Dec. j, Copper Bin i?fl
6d. iiniroiytb CHi; tin jL'L'u Se; lead
L.'s IBp; nine HiO inn
Given by the
Third Ward Athletic
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1920
Third Ward Amusement Hall
Admission 50c Per Couple
STREET CAR MEN .
GET RIDE TO JAIL
j IN BLACK MARIA
DAVENPORT. Iowa, Dee. 2.
Socialist city officials today caused
the arrest of President Denman,
of the Trl-Clty Street Hallway
company, and had General Mana
ger Huntoon .and Assistant Man
ager Roderick re-arrestrd. All
were carted to the police mation
in tho patrol wagon and In court
were fined. The officials liter
In district court obtained a re
straining order preventing further
Car nun and officials, except
the president of the company,
who was out of town, ere re r
arrested yesterday charged with
violating the franchise ordinance
because of curtailment of service.
Today the officials were fined
$100 and costs on each of five
counts and tho crew members
were fined J2S each. All appealed.
TELLS OWN BAD HABITS
AND WINS ELECTION
U'v International News Service)
I HUTCHINSON. Knn.. Nov. 29.
Frankness was (he keynote of the
campaign which landed Perry A. Rv
jans on the lung end of the vote in the
contest for countv clerk in Rice cuun
Instead of letting his enemies dig
j up the nkeleton Evans flaunted the fol
low iii"; in the faces on postprs and in
I SdverUlSmgntl during the recent am
i "Some of the accomplishments of
i my early days were smoking, swear
ing, chewing tobacco, drinking booze,
gambling, raiding chicken roosls and
sucking eggs. Among other things, I
have joined the church, backslid hnd
Started over again I have been mar
, rled 33 yearn, have six Children and
three grandchildren Am still li ln
with my first wife, and she has never
threatened to get a divorce.
MAY SHARE GOOD NIGHT.
Ms International Newe Bervjci
BROCKTON, .Mass., Nov. 29. Mock
ton and Ilolbrook persons ma) ban
in ;i ? 1, dun, linn HHtate left b Mr. Mnr
, Louisa Dlnavarro, widow of the for
mer Mexican consul lo New York. She
died lulv 8 and her will Is offered lor
probate in New York. All are llrsi.
ouslns of M 1 . Ulnavarro.
. . no
NEW YORK SUGAR
N'KW VOHK, Dec. 2 The raw ufiar
market was 'inlet curly todav and prices
were nomlneU unchanged l.Tsc for
1 1 Tubas cost and frfipiii. equal lo '
1 tor centrifugal
I Itefinvd wbh dub with tins gtai ulaled
1 (luoted at S Toft 9.00c.
KiituicK were muliM under liutit ll-i ui'ln -It
Ions and stillliiK by commission house-.
At noon sales were 18"&20 points lower
minm:ai'oi.is. Minn., Dec ! IPlouj
20 to 50c lilKber; In carload lots, famlM
I ui lent:- .nioiril ui $s i"if.'ii!i "' .1 l.urnl
1 in pound cotton sackn
I I5r.ni 28 00'ff30.00
CHICAQOi Dec i.i Potatoes steady;
recflpM t.' cars; northern sacked fl.BOC
1 1. 11 ewl : bum $1 50ft I 05 cwt.; Mlnne
1 boia kind isokeg I1.P01.(Q owl
NEW YORK SILVER.
, kv YORK. Pf - -Bar sllvsr, do
mestlc. unehanged; foreign Hc,
I ifealoan fellarj unchanged.
REBEL POET HOLDS
BY BLOCKING PORT
RoME. Dec. 2. The Rome
MesH.igoro says that the d'An
nunzlo naval squadron at I'uime.
which Includes the dreadnaught
Dante Allghlri. was under orders
to lene Plume when lt was learn
ed d'Annunzlo had blocked the
port by sinking the cruiser Cor
tellanso. The Tempo says It learns from
Trieste that it Is not Impossible
that d'Annunzlo may change his
ideas and that he already has sent
S confidential envoy to Rome to
. ilaln his viewpoint to Ihe gov
ernment. LuNIm i.V. Dec. 2. Gabriele
d'Annunzlo, In command of the
insurgents at Plume, has declared
war on Italy, according to a Milan
dispatch to tho London Times. The
state of war will begin Friday.
SCHOOL GTJtl v Ml ST
Rl Mm E W K PUNT"
(Bv international News Service )
NORTH ADA.MS. M iss . Nov. J9.
That girl students nt Drury High
school must rentove their "war paint"
and wear dresses of proper length and
design before they will he allowed In I
'class-rooms is the edict issued byj
Pi Inoipal h. H. Oadaby.
Dr. Gadsby made his announcement!
at a meeting of all the pupils of the,
SI lviol ofter stating that conditions had.
reached a steKe that he was compelled
1 1 o tnko drastic action to put uu end
to the practice.
HIT THRE1 1 1 T 1 1 S
Bl i lOMOBILES
(By International News Ser-lci.) 1
BRIDOBWATBR, .Mass -John J.
Glrard was left after he had been'
struck by three autotnohiles. ihe drlv
rs of which all Sped away alter strik
ing the man 11" v. .is knocked to the
side of the road by the first machine,
and was then struck by two others!
which followed close behind. He was I
il'Iiiov.iJ to the Mat firm hospital
TOODOO' LEADER, I
GIRL SACRIFICED I
ORDERED RELEASED I
PORT A l PRINCE. Haiti. 2 S
Cad us Bellgardo, a Haitian, con- 'M
icted by a military commission 111 Lm
February' last of murder and can-1 Lm
niballsm In connection with the 35 Lm
sacrifice of a girl's life at a voo- Lm
doo performance, was released to- ij Lm
day on orders from the United-
States navy department. Lm
Ucllgarde was convicted on the 5
testimony of natives at a trial H H
n hlch was conducted with the full ' H
approval of r - dre d'Ar- H
tigucnavc, of Hall I. No cxplana- H
lion was given My the navy dc- ? H
partnteht Ot the reason for Dell-t H
garde's release. H
30,000-POFN D CANNON FOR SAW .
(Bv Intr rnntional News Service.)
BOSTON Would you like to get It
cheap JO.OOO pound gun for your small
N'metei n Civil war cannon, ranglnsj
from fifteen to sixteen Inches anj
weighing from 30.000 to 50.000 pounde
are (,'olng begging at Ltangor. Me.
The ordnance department has tried;
In vain to sell them, and has finally
taken to offering them lo cities and
towns. Thus far there have beefc
The guns are located at Fort Knox
not Car from Bangor. There has ncvet
been a shot fired "in anger" from any
1 1 1 rills il T IT IS WORTH
Cut out this slip, enclose with
and mall It to Polej & Co.. 'JS:.'. Shef
field Ave.. Chicago. 111., writing our
name and address clearly. You wlJJ
receive in return a trial nackagc con
talning Foley's Hone and Tar Com
pound, for coughs, colds and oruujfi
Foley Kidney Pills for pain In .il le
and back; rheumatism, backachsj
kldnev and bladder ailmenta and Fo
ley Cathartic Tablets, a wholcsomt
and thoroughly cleansing cathnrti
for constipation, billlousness. head
aches, and sluggish bowels. Sold evJj
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