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SUNDAY P.IOKNlNG.JjgCEMBER 5. 1920. THF OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER ' 5
m Former Ogden Business
H Man Returns Here On Visit
u7 Forinor Ocden Resident i !i :. tines Land Comm! slncr of Arizona after
ifel Rudolph Kuchler, Once Utah
I State Senator, Now Land
Commissioner of Arizona
Rudolph Kuchler, former Ogden
business man. now one of the leading
public men of Arizona, and Mrs.
Kuchler, arrived In udcn yesterday
and are visiting: friends and relatives
Mr. Kuchler Is touring western j
slates to obtain Information with re-.
Kard to the administration of state)
public lands, for be takes the position
of Arizona state land commist r
after January 1, and pla.nl to make his!
department a greater producer of stat.
revenue. kevexues increase i
His selection for the post of land!
commissioner follows his efficient con-!
duct of afialrs during Ins term SUB t.-iv1
commissioner, when he increased the'
LPjfc , states revenues $400,000,000. The
mr state's revenues now total $900,000.
W OOii. i
IN 'LISTEN LESTER'
i'-w Traill e-c Arbutus i wed
H Ogdenltes who laughed At th
H antics of Betty Klrl: bride. Quaker
H maid from Philadelphia. in
H "L.lsten Lester," the musical coni-
H edy that showed in Offden a few
H weeks ago, may he interested In
H this announce m n(
HI Miss Kirkbrlde portrayed the
9 part of Arbutus Qullty. who was
H called Trailing Arbutus because
H . she was on the trail of a certain
Hl gay chap who haf written her
HH voluminous eplstlcfl of love, and
nH then ran away.
i jfl. Now reports come from Ban i
. . .! i. F
fF signed a life contract with Delano
Be Dell, Lester of "Listen Ix?ster."'
I the company's face stretching
'XLX Miss Kirkbrlde who is a gradu- I
IjHH ate of the Friends Select school
of Philadelphia and ir. a direct
tjH succumbed to the lure of the foot-
juflH lights two years ago. when, flout-
XmBSj lng parental objection, she Joined
IHB the May time company.
HH "We're going to keep our mar-
H ried life all comedy stuff," the
i -'i'T medy is
I I , life role ami we're golnv; to stick
Lo 11 '
H Railway Clerks'
fll Danceland Monday, l'ce. 6th. Cos-1
fl tumo prizes. Spot dances. SOOT,
fl There are said to bo 2,000,000 more)
fl women than men In England.
Ej3 Men's Black Genu
Bjj "" Solid Cowhide
jfcjlj ' Belt, one inch wide,
I v'VPj ! W,t handsome en
.'jj graved nickel silver
Hj I adjustable buckle.
g&9 ! Packed in embossed
.H j ' holida)' box. Sizes 32
j pKfj j to 40 inch. Be sure
bj7gl to ve size- Price,
Hf postpaid, $1.00.
Globe Mail Order Co.
Dept. O, 1C E 15th St., Nev York CUy
''Arizona has 11,000,000 acres of
'public land," Jjr. Kuchler suld. "The
I handling of these lands will be my
duty as land commissioner- This dc
jpartmenl is one f the lurgest- in the
wtatc government wjth between 35 and
1 4 0 persons employe.
"The revenues irom puLbc lands
have not been us large a we desire,
and it Is my desire to make this public
I land brins In mori- returns. Thai is
.one reason why I am studying methods.
used In' othT western state-."
VISI l l l 1 1 LPITOI.
Mr. Kuchler will visit the capltol at
Salt liki; tomorrow and Tuesday will
depart lor California, Stopping off en!
route at Carson Cly. He expects to
make 'I ult ! a yltl.ly uf the pul!:c hinds
department of the state of California.
It has been 10 years since the Guch- I
lers left gden and made their home!
:.t Phoenix. Prior to their departure
Mr. Kuchler was a member of the
Utah legislature irom isO" to 1911,
first as representative and then ;m
Stats senator irom Weber county.
Mrs. Kuchler, prior to ber nuurlagje,
was Kiss' Elizabeth Orth, a supervisor
In th.. igd. .i jjiibli- schools.
U. S. Commissioner of
Education Is Coming
Phil i 'oi. r 1 Claxtoii, I'niteii States
commlfislonei of education with head
quarter :it Wajmineton. 1 1. C. will ar
rive in Ogdejl from Portland Tuesday
evening at 5;20 o'clock and will de
part for Denver at 0.00 o'clock, ac
cording to Superintendent W. Karl
Hopkins of the Ogden schools.
Commissioner Claxton was one of
the prliuip.il sptakirs at the r. --lon.il
convention of educators held at. Matte,
la.st Week and u- making a tour of the
country In the interest of education.
Kfforts are being made by membern
of the Ogden board of education and
other local organizations to entertain
Commissioner CloxtOn at a dinner at
the Weber club prior to his depart
ure for the fast.
Ogden Valley Farmers
To Hold Mass Meeting
Citbeehfl of Eden, Huntavllle, Lib
erty and Mlddleton, have been urged
lo attend the mass meeting of Farm
Bureau and non-Farm Bureau mem
bers, which will he held at Kden to
morrow ( veiling at s o'clock, one man
from the Ogden Valley district, will Le
named at the meeting as a candidate!
for trustee of the Weber County ir
All citizens of the district arc Invit
ed to attend the meeting and discuss I
the waier situation and name ihein
candidate for ihe coming flection.
Considerable interest has been mani
fested In the coming election and it Is
expected that a record crowd will be
in attendance when the uuellng ia
Called to Older.
Several Changes in
Offices Along S. P.
Several changes In the personnel
i of in.. Salt Lake division of the South
I ern Pacific have been made during the
i past two weeks, according to Asalst
I ant Superintendent F. C. Smith
j T. Ij. Williamson, roadmaster of the
j Mina district in the Halt Iike divi
sion has assumed tho duties of train
master of the sub-division with head
in i rtera at Ulna. Nev.
F. F. Small has been named chief
train dispatcher for the Salt Lako
division with hcadcpiari. rs at Spai ks,
Nev. Mr. Small succeeds II. G. Val
leau. who has been appointed assist
ant Chief irain dispatcher at Sparks.
B. ). Rlckart has been appointed
I trainmaster of the Salt Inko division
j wlih headijuartors at Carlln.
Of Weber County Poultry
Poultry Meeting. Monday evening at
eiKht o'clock at the office of the sec
retary, -548 Wash. Ave. Matters per
taining to ih hIiow to be held I
13th to lfcth. will he discussed. Mem
i.bers and all Interested are Invited to
'I be. proiuuiu I'J'JO
Jj- 1 ;
I New Prices On Gifts of Fniture I
j for every member of the family! I
B x ever befdn nrj liave conditions been favorable And furniture is now recognized as occupying a place in the
H , k a Few articles are as beautiful, none are more useful or prac-
U bT, I m prices before the Ch tnas tical, and what r-lse will give such genuine joy and so many
easeij l-iii ihis year p. Hie o.r-pt i.-n. Thii l.re . t in--. ..u TBjhv years of pleasant memory to the reripient '.' Riuht now our
liv opp.'fp.-.nitv in I . rut- l hivnituiv at lw- ffiBw B"a '"" ls r'';"lv wtn furniture marked down to
iSr tif1 '""'v'ijr' t are showing' all the new pe- fLfrMsv- j'Tf
J y fine new dresser for her bou- J f riod styles in beautiful dull I ' ' iX
JBm S i,2 t ' Ao1 liere' the DCS) T ... . frfntrrrd' ZU-
chance you will have to get t In the section on the main floor t 1 2?L newZ- ((iTPT Vll
til I l I "n" tort ,onf time 1,07 " ? of our store hlcb we have set. WjlnuU Ptc ' and ,hc ncw low "Hl Wt I t
I 2 ' I ' , t time only we. are put - Mide for the display of hundreds Wei of prices brings theso , j
1 ! L2 i H 4 ting extra lo prices into ef- 0f the uiot suitable and prnr- $ beautiful desks down to prices. .LLl'Ltt 3
'- cl on our entire ctock of ,ica, cifls of furniture, you will . 'nat ran0 from 50 to $75. J M
ZT as an incentive v t n,; .,..,,,, ,; ,.,-,.,,, , : Come in now if you would be yU-Ll
to you to do your Christmas .j. what to give anr member of the ! aDaons tbe first u ; 'i l
JlgQO'- t''' r" 1 t familv. Thi, .lk plav includes : ,rom our splendid stock of BBWfF "r )
)i ,1 ... --- -in-"selling at prices ranging spinet desks. WU-J I M I
J I xBBMgjv from $2.50 to ?100 and if you ? !aaV5w Ij j
, ;X desire, we will sh'dly arrange jj
fl Smokins: Stands far ronvfni"nt rr,,du lPrma on an' I . ; kv A Windsor Rocker for I
I Dad, Son or Brother fevA I """" t Jfff "Mother" ,
Here i- scum 1 1 i n r; that will make 1 T; r-K! 'jzH 1 I X . lIVlill j ( I'lvv fl Here is a style of rocker that has !
a splendid gift for n of your men p- I- .' 5",S" v"i i 4twfftftfS lutuLr VJUJlW II gjMl come down tbtjontT; generations
"i.k- an' il.i '.mi, tun. will enjoy I fl x I HT'll 101 ifll IMjjjivftM I because of its beauty of desism and 9
U hi,. v.il! keep ilieir smoking ,M Ij A IN CV' i' 1001 LiiniJ) Will .U H I Mil W&l unusual comfort. This is a piece fl
I.-.'- in op... place ami nui e'ut'.r 1 Skr !-' r 1l-i-i 'ftno ' r100i Hiu lluli M u WJy if furniture that makes an unusual-
jfl up the wholt liyini ro witb !ro J2r JLrin nriSlITidbi l lietL KTTZ ry ly acceptable gift becauso it Is both i
1 1 10 m Tu m-li: .-th ' i ; i n j -TJ j R H i7CWPGlX ' practical ai'd p.ipul-n ihit li can YA
li we offer vou choice of our "entire be handed down to future genera- u
fl tot ol smoking standa al prices v I Jfcri&, Itjjff vh tions as a valued beirloom. special fl
from $2.50 lo $30. JV':t (7 k a alues in W indsor rockers at prices fl
ifc ow"ed b
. splendid new floor lamp ' - " S
A New Bedroom Suite for Daughter casting its radiance to I ' . y
even cornei ol the i om. , xji.-xKj
Many a grown up . i. Don't let the need of ready n your t. hrlylma3 festivities A DUOfOld Suite tO ACCOIUmOdate C hriStmaS
a secret longing for a beautiful mak(? you hesitate about adding ,n, , ,hf" om nave fnocic iH
1 new bedroom all her own. ... , , added charm. Owing to jrUt&li
Perhaps vour own daughter has c,fU of gootl KrMton to your ,hp prpat populnrlly of H
wanted thin very thing tor a lone borne. By paying a small amount lamps as Christmas Rifts, As Christmas visitors often tax which enable you to refurnish BBJ
t.me but hesitated u make her down, we will gladly deliver your we BUggeal an farlv aelec 'he fleepiug accomraoda'tions of your living room and at the same
wishes known because ef the purchase and you can pay I he bal- Hon with delivery the day the home to more than their ca- time provide extra sleeping quar- BBj
I strain she thought H would be on anco on easy weekly or monihl before Christmas if you pacity. we are making a Christmas ters for your guests during the,
i ! the familv exchequer. payments at your convenience. wi.sh special of 3-piece duofold suites holiday. Bfl
i BOYLES I
I EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME I
President of Mexico Told
World Is Ready to Help
Him in Work
.MEXICO CITY. Dec. 4 Visiting
American governors were hosts todny
at a banquet to President Obregon
and high Mexlean officials, at which
Governor Hobby, of Texas, who had
formerly been charaeterl.ed by, the
M Mean press as an enemy of Mexico
and an advocate of intervention, wus
the principal speaher.
"President Obregon has pledged
himself to tho principle of hone6ty In
government," he said, "and tli. whole
civilised world stands ready to uphold
his hands and we are confident of the
success of his government.
"There have always been ties of
friendship and natural bonds of at
tachment between tho United States
and Mexico and when these have been
broken. It has been due to a temporary
misunderstanding or to a decree of
impatience. Wo have ome here with
I lie hope that as a result, It will be
Impossible for any misunderstanding
or lll-nxtured event that concerns us
mutually ever to occur again.
"Wr would have history written .so
that all who Invoke blessings upon
the name of Washington, Lincoln and
J fferson Davis and Wilson, will in
the same pra r sanctify the memory
of Uenlto Juarez and glorify the name
of Alvaro Obregon. -
The world's first eleelric lighting
station began operation at Applston,
U is., in lbs a.
, I I
BANDITS SEIZE PAYROLL,
THEN TRY BANK ROBBERY
DETROIT. Mich., Dec. 4. Two
armed men shortly before noon today
held up Paul Hundenberg, paymaster
for tho Thompson-Starred construc
tion company and escaped with a
valise containing 112,000 In pay en-veolpes-
Less than an hour later
Charles McCabc, a depositor, was shot
aji'l seriously wounded when three
men attempted to hold up tho cashier
of a bank a mllo away.
Military experts believe RuBSlq, has
enough munition! to continue her warn
for five years.
TRY THIS FREE
New Invention Sent on 30 Days' Trial
Without Expense to You
Simply send me your name ond I will
jsend you m new copyrighted mptum
lioc.lt :iiLi in. ii . if n-ii t Pl'ink When ou
I return tho Wank I III send you my new
Invention for rupture When it arrives
put It on ond wear It. Put It to every test
jyou can think of. The harder tho toil
the better on v. Ill like it ou will ..n
dsr how you over got nlo'ng with tho old
atylo cruel sprlnc trueees or belts with
I.-K simps of torture. Your own good,
I common sen no and your own doctor will
tell you It the only w.iy In which you
cart ever expect a cure. After wearing
It 30 days. If It Is not entirely vatlnfaclory
In every way If It is not eaby and com
fortable It you cannot actually see your
rupture getting better, and If not con
, vlnced that a euro Is merely a question
of time. Just return It and you are out
nothing. Any rupture appliance tient on
1 30 els;, b trial without expense to you Is
worth trial Tell vour ruptured friends
u thi." KASV Hold' i'c . Koch Ltldg.
1 Kansas City, Mo. Advertisement.
BANKER CHARGED WITH
HURTING FIRM'S CREDIT
OMAHA. Neb.. Dec. 4. An Infor
mation charging Daniel Walter Oelsel
man, vice president of tho American
state bank of Omaha with- misuse of
(he mails. WSJ filed before a United
Statc3 commissioner here today by
I Assistant United Mates Attorney Peter
son. Mr. QelseimtUI furnished bond
for his appearance Wednesday
It Is alleged Mr. Gclselman sent out
postcards advertising for sale "at a
discount" judgments against A. F.
IShaf AL- Company, a printing concern,
and two Individuals The expression
"at a discount" tho district attorney
said "reflects upon tho solvency of
no . i
NEW MEXICAN OFFICIAL
i TESTS GOVERNOR'S POWER
SANTA FE, N. M Dec. 4. Lieu
; tenant-(jo eriiur 1. F. Pankey. acting
lua governor In tho absence of Gov
iernor LarrlSQlp, In Mexico, today or
dered the stato prison warden not to
release Ifl VilliStas Columbus rald
wbethes or not Governor Larrozolo
"until further orders from the execu
tive of the state or tho court,"
The purpose Is to force habeas cor
pus proceedings In behalf of the Vil
llstas who will dotermlno In court
wheer or not Governor larrozolo had
had power to free tho prisoners with
out pei mission of tho stato prison com
A M AZ l N G RF YFDATIONS
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Doc. 4. Amaze
ment was expressed at fraud discov
ered at the slate wide primary eleciL.n
last August in a final preliminary re
port made today by the present gr ind
Jury which returned sixty Indictments
In connection with tho primary.
'EXPRESS CLERK'S THEFT
MAY AMOUNT TO $80,000
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 4 Local of
ficials of the American Railway Ex
press company today announced that
the amount of Liberty bonds that dis
appeared October 11, last, probably
would reach $80,000 Instead of $36,
400 as announced yesterday.
Two federal warrants charginb Ar
thur Bennett Smith, formerly em
ployed as a money clerk by tho ox
press company, with the theft of
$4,000 of tho bonds, was issued today.
Smith disappeared simultaneously
with tho bonds and. according to the
police, has boeu traced as far as il
'MISSOURI RIVER RISES
AFTER ICE PACK BREAKS,
YANKTON, S. D.. Dec 4 Water In
tho Missouri river hus risen four feet
since last night and the surface of lhe
stream Is covered with trees, boats ond
parts of bride)
The sudden rise Is due to the break-1
lng up of an ice gorge somewhere to
the north, apparently. Reports from
Pierre declare tho first general break-;
up of lee In December of which there,
im any record has occurred there.
DETROIT PICKED FOR
CHICAGO, Dec 4 The Socialist
national committee, meeting here to
day decided to hold the 1321 conven
tion of tho party at Detroit between
May IT. and .Tun.. SO.
A proposal for reconsideration of
the party's action in declining to afflli j
ate with the Moscow third Internation
ale, was to be considered this alter-1
PREMIERS CALL ANOTHER !
LONDON. Dec. 4. The conferences
of Premier Lloyd George. Premier
Leygues. of France, and Count Sforza,
the Italian foreign minister, ended to
day. At this morning's session it wast
decided to call another financial con
ference at Brussels to discuss German
reparations on Decemoer 13, tho con
feroes realizing that quick action is
necessary. Trade with Russia was dls
Cussed without chango In the view
points of the three countries. The Ital
inns expressed the view that Russia
would sign a trade agreement with
England and it was gathered that
Italy would be willing to conclude a
Before the war, BufOpe included 24
separate states; now it has 35.
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Alltl'l. :. i moton cles, Starkrv
llnc saves nearly 50 per cent. Only gaa
saver, Sold with cash guarantee. The S. &
L. Fuel Co.. Box 656, Baki-rsfleid, Calif.
Hair Coming Out?
rfjE-tf-ye LUCKY TIGER
TfA ' $t Nation' sraMuntecd htlrrr
MflMW TJll ond ftcilii rr a:, dy. Uied
jjS&fC "PV. xl recommended by
rfSK Or Vi C MBk SdmoM Thoonly rn
fd w4S'dy thutliibackedbya
I gy r j Rb Will ."irs. r.v aiM
Strr Vwoiiiy of daodrutroriKalp
fcumaj or youttaooey refunded. Invigoratci
th Bcalp ond doubles beauty of your hair la
a fiw weeks. Now on aale by t0 of the
narher Shops of 41 States. Geneiooj aample
with treatise on care, of hair mailed you on
receipt of Z&c Sing-la application convinces I
LUCKY TIG I". B DANDRUFF CO.
Dept. Huus City, Mo.