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I EARLY ARREST
Sheriff at El Paso Given Or
dcrs to Arrest Aliened Slayer
El j paso. Tex.. Dec. 9. Sheriff
B Orndorff of El Paso has received a
H warrant from Ardmore. Okla., calling
El for the apprehension of Clara Smith,
I . wan'ed in connection With the shoot-
fflHm Ins Jake Kamon -it Ardmnre. ac
HH cording to the women's brother and
BaVj father and the sheriff ? office.
jjH The father and BOD, where they are
jVAj living, at 3110 San Antonio street, said
they expected Clara would come to
l heir home as soon as she learned of
the warrant They declared they did
M not know where she was. but Intlmat-
NttX i (I that she was not far from El Paso,
ttfll - , unless unbeknown to them, she had
If I could co to Clan this morn
Be i would go and take you wtln Die,"
V her father raiil to a correspondent of
tlx- Associated Press "If I could 1
jJ would lake you to her and ask her to
lUt ko ;i statement correcting man
jfS in ' 1 I 'ev W hlcl I
HBgV believe was unfounded and about I he
9H diary which we do not believe was
here. She is not here. You may look
HH for yourself.
WvB Mr Smith (lodged the question
V1H whet net she had been to bis home, but
EfltfB repeatedly declared that at present
IB did not know where she was
3M ' l feel like the pirl has beer.
Hl wronged in mnnv ways.' he said
'Sympathy doesn't seem to be with
her. yet I know If the public under
Wjjafl stood H would be I want Clara to
88 tell how it all happened, in a simple
afl truthful statement which I will ask
Wm her to give to the Associated Press.
hut I have no direct word from her at
jL; l believe that when she learns that
M, o Farther, bul will come b: k to ua
HB ) want herto come to the house so
Hw we can go with her lo make bond for
IV 1 r- 1 know she will come cleat A.i
llV i who did tht Bhooting i canno
but I know my daughter is innocent;.
ARDMORE Okla., I e iJ Russell
n R. Brown, county attorney of Carter
p unty, toda;- telegraphed whal he
k"l termed an "instant demand" for action
1 on the part of Seth B. Orndorff, - i, i
HflH iff at El Paso. Texas, who Is imported
Hfl to have said he knew th where-
HH a bouts of Clara Uarton Smith; charged
with murder in connection "1th the
HX death of Juke L. llamon, millionaire
politician and oil man.
Mr Brown announced he had sent
faH the following message to the Texas
HH sheriff, after having dispatched! he
tiald, uvo similar telegrams:
"Newspapers iuote you bo
Clara Smith as across the border at
I j i Paso regularly rou havi been re
uuesled by mc tu arrost her Will you
Hsr do this and hold her until we tan gel
I i here ? Please ad one
otherwise investigation o.' the death
of Mr. Hamon and the ih for,Mfaa
Smith marked time at Vrdihorc today.
LIFE INSURANCE LEADERS
DISCUSS NATIONAL THRIFT
NEW YORK, Dec. : Life Insur
ance executives from nearly every
L state in the union toda;. attended the
r, opening of the fourteenth annui con-
' ventlon of the Association of Lite In
Discussion of the necessity for nation-wide
application of economy and
thrift in the home, in bui . and n
government wlil occupy the sessions of
the convention, which Will end tomor
row. in opening the convention, Chair
man Kred A. Howland, of Montpelier,
Yt., stiid that the volume of life insur
ance In force in American companies
far exceeds that In other companies
n.( all other count! li
-More than 1000 tons of tomato seeds
. re thrown away annually by north
ern pulping plnnts.
NE of the things a man fljj'.,,
3 1 nerde and always appre- JiyllJiX
ciates, yet seldom buys
himself that's a Muffler.
And such attractive Mufflers
as ours are seldom sen. Silk
knitted Mufflers, accordion
knitted Mufflers. Reefers of
heavy cut silk, some with fringe
and gome without. Truly a won
derful holiday showing at the
I mSn bb ! - 1
rfrf raei a'j.iafrtf
TO VISIT ERIN
Committee Believes Refusal
of Britain May Yet Be
WASHINGTON, lec. 9. Hope that
the decision of the British government
not ;o permit the special committee
of Americans to visit British terruorj
to obtain Information about conditions
in Ireland l not final, Is expressed in
a letter sent today to the t'.ritlrh cm-
basny by the commission of the com
mittse of one hundred lnvesagntir.it
tiie lriF'n question,
If your letter were t0 represent 'he
final 'opinion of ih. British govern
ment," the commission wrote, '"cer
tain regrettable i onclusions would
iseem to follow. It would seem to imply
autocratic Interference on the part of
the government with the free com
I muntcntlon r friendly people.V
The commission's Letter was in reply
to one acn( yesterday by the British
i eml-fii-- refusing nn application from
the commission for a visa of the pass
ports Issued by the stat-- department
to the six members of the special com
i mittee appointed by the commission
i 'In seeking lo send our committee
to I'.reat Britain," says the commission
leader, we have but followed the sus;
: ?es.tion originally given us by repre
sentattves of various groups promin-
ni in lo;!i Knglish an' lr'..rh life We
had expected that this step would
me, i with vo.ii npprcval ). view of
the fact that In his letter Of October
. 2 3. Sir A:e;i in. ;. s:ae. that
the British government has more to
pain than anyone In Insuring thst th
truth la made Known to the whole
"It was and 1" our firm conviction
that such a committee as had In
tended to send might inttKe plain to the
peo)i is tioth r Bnglan'd und Ireli i I
the compelling reasons for America
Interest. The Atnerteitii oeopie are
1 unit d by ties of blood 'o ith i oun
trie The Irish question deeply en-
grosses our people's intcrei!. It Is lil
lerally a domestic issue within the
I'niie,) States, if the present traffic
conditions continue they will menace
World friendship and ultimate;- world
I peace "
In Germany there are 1C.000 men in
the American army if occupation
I The Same to You 2
i9 And, we might add. many of them lnit
gB lor the solid fnet that a single Hoover will
B do all the electric cleaning about the aver-
ofre household; tmd will lat a lifetime,
irou ire sure to please her with a Hoover
W because she knows, jnnl as other house-
3V wives do, that when you give her a Hoover
BM " you give her t li r- lu st The Hoover beats
nfl . . . as i( sweeps . . as it cleans li is
Btf good to look upon, light and ea.sy to hatt-
die, and capable of ?. wide range of Useful
I The HOOVER
It BEATS as it Sweeps as it Cleans
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOKE
Proposed Organizations on
Finance and Transit Dropped
GENEVA, Dee. 0. Prop&sed organ
iz.it ions on finance and transit under,
the league of nation a which were cod
Kdortil vaatonvlo-v hv ilm ,c.-..niKli
have been abandoned as th'' result of
the conipromiee reached midiilsflht
1 last night by prominent delegates to
i the assembly meeting here.
N W, Ftowell, of Canada. Gabriele
HanotSUX of Ftance. Mr. Millet ,f
i Australia, Dr Qsstoa tie Cunba of Bra
zil. ;ind Lord Koben Cecil, represent
Ing Synth Africa, were present hi the
conference .which resulted In the com
promire. All are members of the com
niitiee on t"chntc?.l orro nidations.
Tht e-,;. ting International ltenith or
ganisatioh will eont:n,:e Its work o ni
Will ccms under the supervision of the
This compromise is a victory for
ih" ( unr'dian delegation, which yes;er
'day opposed the proposition that h"
assembly recommend to the sovcrn
'ments the establishment under th
i auspices of Ibe h ague of three new
organizations, finance, transit an.;
health, with annual conferences on the
The round of social functious con
nected wltb Uvb meeting of the assem-
!bly In this city was varied this morn-'
in;,- by ihe inarrtage of Sir George E
.Foster, hr.-ni i.i the ( anadian delega-
I Hon, to Miss .te?sie Allan. The cere
mony look place at 10:80 o'clock at
Holy Trinity church ihv bride being
gi-tn away In marrlcge ! ;. A. .1. iial-
' four of the Uri'i i: mi.-sion Sir
George was attended by N. W. Rowell
r-n-i Mr. Payne of lh Canadian d lo
Ios;p;n'U,,r.i of the proposed p'e
I'blBclte in the VJlrin region for eight
months s&d exclusion of VHha Itself
'from the plebiscite urea !:is b en re
r,a?ied by the Lithuanian government
i Q ,, nr.ie handed to the council oT the
league of nations today.
Story of Former Captain Ar
rested in Now York Dis
credited by Uncle
Lafayette, ini.. Dec. s. John a.
Wilier?, army Captain and deserter,
who was arrested In New York Lie
i n ber 7. and is alleged to have con
.' unsd b injr a (rcmiiin spy. is believed
to be ius:me by Vrank kos -. of this
an uncle Mr. Dose in a state
m nl tj!.o .ud Wilier came to Amer-
. it .i from Germany when he was 1
years old, and that, to his knowledge
i .... I never returned to Geimany, al-
' though his mother still resides ther-.
j Mr. Dose whose addreVs Wlllera gave
when hi enlisted in the army, s.iii in-
OOUld not believe the Story that Wil
ier tame to this country with a num
ber "f Cadets for the purpose of enlist
ing in the army and becoming spies.
According to the uncle. th ex-army
Captain obtained his military training
while serving as a ruard during the
I Colorado mine strike.
BLOND ESKIMO COMING
FOR TOUR OF STATES
NOME, Alaska. Dec. 7. Apukta
wana, 'ne mai member of the far
! northern mysterious tribe of "Blond
lOsklinos" the dlHcovery of Which has
been credited to Vilhjalmur Ejtefansojl,
Canadian explorer, recently i -brought
by tinders to Nome from his
i home on the southern shores of Cor
' onatlon Gulf, located on Canada's
'northern vim N'om residents thought
! that only In his dress did he differ
' from the Eskimo of this region.
Joe Bernard, Nome trader, who
I brought the "blond" Eskimo out, said
he intwnded to take him to the Btates
und show the outsiders what sort of
lu-ople the Strang Eskimos are. The
; native was of stout build, with eop
i jjer colored skin, straight blSCk hair
and dark brown ov Bernard said
he vn-j an average example of the
males of the "blond" tribe.
Some membcru of the tribe, Bernard
-.cried, have reddish brown hail and
! llKhi syea They are scnrcel llcht
fiiough, however, he thinks to br d -'
scribed lilond. It was recalled here.
, when Apuktawana arrived, thut Btef
i anson never described the tribe as
j "hlond" and always said newspaper
I men In the states exaggerated his storj
ami gave his mysterious trib the
I Tain'-. tefansori's description war
' --Imllar to that of Bernard's.
j WE HAVE DEMONSTRATED TO MANY CAREFUL BUYERS THAT f 1
I MAKESYOUR DOLLAR WORTH 100 CENTS LET us CQNViNCE YQU I
I Blrf ff I " f lil'iwW f) Beds From S4 50 up 1 I
m m i l, u U u '- BwBflBri1 ' e are reducing our betis from 25 lo 35 pev cent. We have mm ,
I svTT ffSZl l) a a arC a5f'ormen mea' Rnd brasc beds to select from. O
li WjLlnrT Leather Rockers ,!
m 7i mi if i W'-'v'V;t' :Y'ik- hkm reduced 25 to 40 per cent if
I g. jg REDUCED 25 PERCENT J
1 Tovs and Doiis beautiful floor lamps and I H
I a., , ,1 a a w k ri. STAND LAMPS i
S3 Ali cur toys are greatly reduced. We have the r
I most beautiful line of dolls in Ogden. A very Both in the Art Glass Lamp sarrd Wood Lamps with
complete s'.ock of toys, games and children's Beautiful Silk Shades
I fiftS inclufiins velocipedes, wagons, toy 25 and 40 Per Cent Off II
tables, tov ch?.ivs, toy cedar chests, doll cartc. I I
ffl and buggies of all description, cradles, trains, EVERTH1NG IN OUR ENTIRE LINE IS W
B automobiles, dishes and rockers. GREATLY REDUCED
SELECT YOUR GIFTS NOW WE WILL RESERVE THEM UNTIL CHRISTMAS
This Is the Time to Save Money. The Prices at This f
Sale Arc Lower Tlian They Will Be in Januar) or February.
1 Home Furniture Co. ' I I
j Corner Tventy-ih'rd Street ?tnd Washington Avenue I
OP FWi III
A. Conan Doyle Never Wears
Overcoat: Tolstoy Never
j We -ire told that senilis Is clossll
allied to Insanity Jhe statement Is
true to thlx extent: All who ijreatly!
overwork their drains, or the neglect
of their niiicles. must necessarily be
come more or Less mentally uhbalanc
od. This iy more true of musician
and writers than Of sculptors an. I
painters, hec.iuso the latter use their
musics, to SO trie ext'-nt.
All great mulleo.1 composers have
boon more or Iphs crazy. Here are
some peculiarities of well-krfown
Bret Harte. when the Inspiration
was 00 him, would hire a cab for th
(night and drive ilirough the darknesw
I without sloiu'ing until the struccl'1 f"r
t its was over, and he gr- w ralin
U ougb to write. .Vothlng pleased!
hlin more than t be taken for an
liJornKon kept his pockctK full of
the seeds f trees, scattering haudfuin
broad ca i In his daily walks. He even
tried lo persuade bis associates to do
t i LDN'T sir sTll
Robert Browning could not -sit stljl.l
The constant fhuffhng of hid feet
i wore- holes in the carpet.
Zola would never accept an Invita-
;ion to dinner.
Sir A. Conan lioyle. even In thej
! olJer.t weather, never wears an over- j
coal. b-n h Rives an afternoon
'lecture he removes his vest, and but-j
tons his Prince Alber: coat close to
ihiK body. He Is a golf enthusiast and
spends h much time as possible on!
I the llnl is.
j '. .Marlon Crawford carried his own
. i . 4 .. , ....r. lui. inil novir :
? ..mjuih. I , jivii mni v i
if ota with any otber He wrote everji
word of every novel with the samol
pi i holder,
i Edmund t'larence Stedman had bis
I favorite cat sit In u high chair at the
table every day at dinner.
Krnest Uenan wore his finger nails
SHOES N l IK won
i Count Tolstoy went barefoot and
lhatless the year round. EEs was fon.l
of French perfumes and kept his 1 in
en scented with sachet powder. There
was alwaya a flower on his desk as hej
wrote Although very rich, he won.
the cheapest clothes he could buy.
Mexandev Dumas, the younger,
bought a new painting every time h
had a new book published.
Bdgar Allan Poo sleptwlth his cat
lie w.ih niordlna'ely proud of ills ( I
Difraell wore ior;i n. The ol... 1 b-
rrrew, the greater became his desire to
lr. like a voting man He had a pen '
stuck behind each ear when WTiUng.
Thomas Wentworth lllgginson pos-
seifsed n singular power over wild bird
and could easily tame them
Dickens was fond of we iring flashy
Oliver Wehdall Holmes used to
carry u horse-chestnut In one poi 1 1
and a potito In another to waril ofi
rtieuniatlsm. He had a great fondm
for trees, and always sat under one
v.hcn he could
-ill l US I!
Hawthorne always washed his hand.,
before reading a letter from his wife
He delighted In poring over old ad
vertisements In the newspaper files.,
Thackeray used to lift his hat when
ever he passed the house In which be
wrote Vanity Fair.
Sardon Imagined he had a perpetual
Darwin had no respect for books ai
books, and would cut a olg volume In I
two for eonvanlanna In linnllmr nr
he would t'ur out the leaves he re
quired for reference
Washington IrvlnK never mentioned
the name of his finances after hit
death, and if anybody else did so he
immediately left the, room.
Victor Hugo .-spoke little; his re j
marks usually were made In the form
Keats liked red pepper on his toast.
Longfellow enjoyed walking at BUn
rlse or sunset, and be said his subll
mest moods cams upon him at these
Robert Lewis Stevenson's favorite
recreation was playing the flutp, In or
der, as he said, to tune up his Idea.-.
Frelnht train operation Is more
costly i ban that of paeadpgef trains.
MINERS PREPARE FOR WINTER IN TENTS
;r::r . . . -T"; . - -
WILLIAMSON, W Va.. How coal
miners, thrown out of company houses'
hero because they Joined a union, are
preparing to face the winter In thelrj
tent colony Is shown In these pictures.,
The miners who have decided to "sih-k
It out" In their tents are Installing
Stoves and smoking chimneys now
stick out through the canvas Those
who can get lumber are building wood
floors. Above two miners, who are
ti!l out, and below a miner's wife and j
her babies. Stores of food and cloth-1
ing bought by the ('nlted Mine Work-I
era' of America are on their way.
WEST COAST YOUTH
PLAYS NEW GAME !
LOS A.NGBLHB, Cal., Dec. 9.
a youth with collar turned up and
cap drawn down walked Into a
M:;in street pawnshop here today.
What'U you gimme on my
gun?" he asked.
Got to see the gun," said the
pawn broker. .
"Here It Is." said the youth,
and Jammed ft against the pawn
broker's chest. "It ouht to be
worth the moiiev in the reglateT "
It was. 1
WILL GET BIG BONUS
KENOSHA. Wis. lie.. Approxl-
mately one-half million dollars will bej
distributed In the annual Chrlatnuu
bonus checks to between 3.500 andj
4000 employes of the Simmons coni
pany, It was announced today
While most of the money will go
to employes here, It was announced
that employes In branch plants at San
PranclSCO and In Canada will share In
the plan. I
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS I
OF FARMERS STARVED
reds of thousands of farmers livlnjr m
the five northern provinces of t'hltrn.
starved to death because of the famine
which scourged that country during ffH
.November, according to Chu Hsu Sing.
general consul directing Chinese eoi-
BUlates in tbr United States, said to-
day. He has Ju-t returned from China.
New Jersey plno forests havo been
found good for growing fruit. H
, And She Dropped Her Head!
He picked it up, and said: "Dear me; O Central, give
"HELLO, ORPHEUM THEATREM I
1 "Well, (hat's a'right; save me four tickets for that I
I big musical comedy, "THREE TWINS," that the I
1 American Legion is givin1. I want them for either night, I
I MONDAY OR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13 OR 14." I I
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