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SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11, 1920. fo ItUt &tlXHttttltlffi OGDEN, UTAH,
I 4S Sl
Begin Drive in Theatres for
Four minute men of Ogdep will nd-
fl dress the theatregoers In the various
H theatres r.f the city this evening on
H tho Christmas Seal campaign, which
H is beins? staged In igden under the
H direction of the tsh Public Health
H association. The ipeakers have been
H assigned to the- various theatres mid
H Will talk on the need of co-operation
H in thi' present drive. The men arc
H under Stuart P. DobDS. They will al-
H BO address the theatre- folks next S.t-
H urdav evening The foir minute
H women of the city will speak in the
H interest of the campaign next, Thurs-
H day evening al the local theatres.
Fourteen high school girla offered
their services to the committee today
H and were stationed In various parte
H of the down town di-tnet t dl seals
H The booths in the hanks department
E stores anl drug stores were reported
H to be doing a heavy business today,
H according i Clartvs Ki who
H has charge of the booths.
The voting woman setting the most
H stamps today Will receive a large box
H ,.f ranch, arrordlnfc t
I) Bennett. Considerable progress is
H being made in the drive by; the Bal-
H vation army at the Union depot
B Committees will be named next week
fl to canvass th- residential district In
the. interest of the campaign.
H Thus far tho 8ale has been more
H successful than the one staged last
H year and those in charge arc cqn-
H fldent that the figures will far exi i
ILarsen Heads Weber
County Game Club
Arthur F Lersen. ity auditor and a
Widely known Utah sportsman was
. lect-.i president of the Weber County
Kod & Gun club last night, succeed
ing A. T. llestmork, club orgunizcr
The election of Mr. Lnrsen was nnanl-
mous. The new president will be in
stalled at the rcsular Januarj month
S. H. Locke was re-elected as vice
president and C. F. Gllmore was
named to succeed Mr. Lnrsen as -rotary
treasurer Sam Jost. Jr. was
re-named as director- Charles n
Stratford was elected as director to
succeed Fred Wilson and W, E Bruer-
ton to succeed Mr. Gllmore. Voting
for the directorship was spirited, it j
Plans ar- h-iiic made to hold a bii:
smoker on the night of the Installa
tion of officers in January. The time
and place will !.. decided upon with i
a few days. All sportsmen of -ber
county will be Invited to enjoy n
special program and a luncheon. Hi
Is probable thai the smoker will be i
held In the Eagles' building on tirant
I Day in School Worth
$9, Says Educator
A musical program, in which Mies
Mary Fisher, violinist; William Man
ning, vocalist, and Gladys Peterson
participated, was held Ir. the Weber
Normal college yesterday morning at
1 1 o'clock.
The music was followed h an ad
dress by Supt. W Karl Hopkins on
the subject. "Better Schools" Su
perintendent Hopkins declared that
wealth comes from education and sta
tistics show that for every day a boy
spends in school he receives a sum of
$9.0- in value later , In life.
I Sixth Ward to Hold
I Conference Sunday:
Annual conference of the Sixth ward!
will he held tomorrow. There will be I
four session as follows' 0 a. m., priest
hood meeting; 10:30 a- m. general
session; 2:30 p. m , officers' session;
7 p. in.. general session.
.Members of the Ogden stake presl
dency and of the high council will be
present. Arrangements have been j
made for a different program at ach j
I Deaths and Funerals
ASHMENT Funeral services for
Mrs. Jean Ucnnie Ashment will he
held Sunday :it 1 p. m. in the First
ward chapel. The body may be viewed
this afternoon and tomorrow forenoon
at the residence. 312 Twenty-second
street. Mrs. Ashment died Friday.
She was a member of the Ladies' Aux
iliary to the Brotherhood of Railway
BOHROVES Funeral services Cot
Mike Bohrones were held yesterday at
2:30 o'clock at the Klrk ndall funeral
chapel. Interment was in the Ogden
Weber Floral furnishes the flora
I Takes Cafe Man's
Top Coat by Mistake
When Cliff Potter of Potters' Caf
missed his leather coat about 6 o'clock
last night, h Informed the police of
ihe supposed thefl A minute do
Ksriptlon of tho coat was given. Of
flcer started on a search of pawn
hop.-. Then a man, carrying Potter's
coat, returned to the cafe, explaining
that the coat h;id been taken from the
cafe bv tnlatake.
J Experienced Roofers and
Helpers at rsenal, Ut.
Apply NiOnday A. M. at
building site ready for
j work. Bring tools.
H I Utah Pioneer Roofing Co.
IjEEEEEEslllllE lining m
Business and Circulation Dept.. 56
Classified Ads 56
Advertising Dept 423
Editorial and News Dept 870
Clean large rags wanted at The
Standard-Examiner office. t&
Sunday School Children of the
Methodist primary department are rc
oursted to be present at 9.4 5 o'clock
Sunday morhlnjr and at - o'clock Sun-
l iy afternoon to practice the Christ
Ogden Typewriter House for type
writer and repairs. 2422 Hudson
a enue. Phone 236.
PhllS thca Class The regular busi
ness meeting of the Philathea class
was held Tuesday at the home of .Mrs.
C. B. Pish. A membership campaign
was started under the leatership of
.Miss Jamison and Mrs. Harry White.
Class work will be taken up Monday
morning at 10 o clock.
Consult US Ueforc purchasing your
Talking Machine. We not only have
tho quality, but we have the price,
Ceo A. Lowe Co. S0S6
Golden Spike Chapter The Golden
Spike chapter'of tho Daughters of the
American Revolution will meel Mon-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs
Joim Edward Carver, it,:7 Adams av-
nue. Mr.s. Carver and Mrs. J K Hobbs
will be the hostesses,
ir you contemplate the purchase of
a Talking Bfschine during tbe holiday
period, you will conserve your Interests
by t uiifi ri lug sitli us before pure has
lng. Geo A. Lowe Co. sns;,
Mormon Btattallon -Mi Laura
H.tdiield will entertain the Daughters
Of the Mormon Pattalloi. Monday. De
cember 13, at her home. 622 Twenty
Xmas trees. Phone 909-J
l ighter Here George J Clark, for
mer amateur lightweight boxing cham
pion of the United States, and now a
member of the professional ranks,
was an Ogden visitor today en route
to Seattle, where he is scheduled to
met: Prankle Farr'en Christmas day.
ioing West Franklin K. Holiday,
traveling agent for the Illinois Cen
iral railroad, was an Ogden visitor
yesterday afternoon cn route t the
Iji Salt Jjakc Supt. YV. Karl Hop
kins of the ' tgai n schools is attending
a meeting of educators at Salt iike
Brother and Sister
Firi:i Over Garden
Charles S. Wheelwright, charged
with having struck his siler, Anna
Wheelwright ' Isti. o August 17, ap
peared for irla before the city court
Mrs. Olsen testified this morning
that her brother had sent his step
daughter to the Olsen garden to gath
er tomatoes. Mts. Olsen ordered the
girl away. Later, she claims, her
brother came and started gathering
tomatoes. Remonstrating with him
luid telling him that he hud no right
to the tomatoes, she attempted to
m;ik him leave the garden, she said.
M!-v Olsen said that she seized her
brother for the purpose of preventing
huii in. 1. 1 pulling up tomato plants.
He struck her, she testified.
Wheelwright pleaded not guilty to
the e barge of battery
Attorney George Halverson Is rep
resenting him. while Count) Attorney
Joseph B. Hates is pros cutlng attor
ney in tho case.
The trial will continue this afternoon
Relief Society Notice
officers meeting of Weber Stake
Relief society will be held Sunday.
December 12, at 2 p. m. In the Fifth
ward meeting house instead of the
Seconil ward, which is closed on ac
count of repairs. Special invitations
exteneled to Relief society teachers.
MRS. E. L, VOLKER, Ass't Sec.
Lewis Junior Wins
The Lcwls Junior high school bas
ketball team won a snappy conteit
, from the P.omers yesterday after-
1 noon on the former's floor, the score
l'Clng 19 to IS. Ferrell anel Carney
I am-re th- hright lights for the losers,
while- ilramwell and Young played
I star ball for the- winners. The lineup
Lewis Junior (to) Romero. (18)
Bill If. Carney
Sorenson r.f. T. Carney
Young c. Orosby
NeWey r.g. Ferrell
Brmmwsll kg. Crow
, Scoring: Lewis Field baskets.
Young 3. Bramwell 2, Sorenson 4.
Free throws, Sorenson 1. Romers
Field baskets. Ferrell 4, Carney 4.
Free throws, Carney 2.
See it '-Three Twins,"
December 13-14. Orpheum.
Chinaman Held Up
and Robbed or $10
Vim See lam, 451 LUti oln avenue,
j reported to the police that he had
been held up In front of his place of
I residences' last evening and robbed of
i 510. A youth about 18 years old,
1 Iffcht compicxioned. dressed in a black
flannel shirt, black hat an.l black
, 1 1 e.iiM re. w.l.n tli. i"criptieui "I tbe
j robber as given by Yim.
MARY MILES M INTER in
an episode on the life of Al
Jennings, and a comedy
Clearfield, Monday, Dec. 13
i Bear River City, Tues., Dec. 1 4
Plain City. Wed., Dec. 15
Henifer. Thursday, Dec. 16
Morgan. Friday. Dec. 17
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
I CHURCH 45 Twenty-fourth street
! Hugh Neville, pastor. Sunday school,
10 a, m. C. w. wiiton, superintend
ent. Mrs. J. J. Mnlone. superintend
I ent of the- primary department desires
:ill the children in this department to
come at 9.4 5 a. m. and again at 2
j). m. to prepare for tho Christmas
program. Morning worship at 11 a. m
Subject, "God's Great Question and an
Adequate Answer." Mld-wcok ser
vice, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Junior
league, Sunday. 3 p. m Epweirlh
leasTUe, 8 30 p. m. Boys' Sr-outs anel
Clubs Monday. 7 p m. Indies Aid
.society. Thursday. 2:30 p. in., at the
home of Mrs. J. A Dodson. 1001
ENSIGN GOSPEL MISSION 246!
Wall evenue. Sunday services. Trench
ing and testimony meeting. S p. m.
We have changed our Ltible Btudy
hour from 3 p m. Sunday to S p. m
Monday. The following is the result
of our study thus far, and shall re
quest the clergy In partlbular and
bible students in general to examine
our worl-. ;:nd offer criticism. l the
beginning. God created the heavens
and the earth. Gen.. 1-1 A pre
historic state -men! -end in t applir.ibb
to our planet, the earth, which is yet
unborn and without form ami void.
Heaven and earth refern d 10 above
art; the parents of our planet, con
ceived by them and formed in the or
der set forth In the first chapter or
the Bible, which Is the story ei our
I planet from conception to birth. The
! Jewish Sabbath or Seventh day ob-
Sefvance of the ancients was s birth
day celebration of this celestial event
I superceded by the Christian Sabbath
; and birth of a spiritual realm of cr it
er magnitude and importance to man-
FlRSn ETHISTl N " M
Corner of Twenty-fourth street and
Madison avenue. Kev W. 1, Mel lin
ger, pastor Bible school at io o'clock
unde r the supervision of Mrs. C. H.
Carman. Men s class taught b T. I"..
Walker, women's classes by Mrs F A..
Gregory, and young people's class by
C. S. Springer. Primary department
conducted by Mrs. Lee Miller ami
helpers. Morning worship and coni
I munlon service at 11 o'clock. The
pastor will preach n special sermon
! for the children at this hour. Chrls
' lian endeavor at 6?40 P m. anel evan-
gellstic service at 7 30 p. m. Evei
boelv niot h.-arlily welcome- at all lb1
i Bervlces. Bible study and prayer Bar
vice on Wednesday evening, begip-
kning at S o'clock. On Tuesday eve
I ning the ''Loyal Students' " Bible
class, will hohl Us regular meeting
at the homo of Re end Mrs. Mei
linger. ".03 Twenty-third street Jf
flcers for the- ear will be elected and
'all members are urged to be- present
' Friends of the class cordially invited
THE I LM EN LISH LI MU K IN
CHURCH Corner of Jefferson ave-
1 tuie and Twenty-third street. A.thur
B oiBon pastor Sunday school and
Bible class' every Sunday at 10 a. m
Bvery teacher anel pupil urged to be
present for Christmas program re
hearsal. No morning services thll
Sundav. Evening services every Sun
day at 8 o'clock. Theme for Sun la
service. 'Preparing the Way of tho
Lord." Dorcas socie ty met-t.s next
Wednesday evening at the home of
i Mrv Marcus Johnson. "01 Thirty-first
street, at S o'clock.
Til!'. CENTRAL PARK SUNDAl
si nooii Corner of Washington avc
, nue and Thirty-first street, Will hold
I its weekly services at I o'clock Sundav
, , r t . rnoon. K cordial Invitation to at
1 tend is exteneled to all.
FIRST CHI RCH OF HRIS1 I
I TIST Ceirncr Monroe avenue nl
Twenty-fourth street ReKul1 s.-rvb-.-at
11 o'clock Sunday morning Sub
I,.,., i ;,,.) the l're-s. re-r "i Man
I Sunday school at 9.15 a. m. Wednes
I ila yevenlng lestlmonlal me- tings a.
s p' m. Reading rooms at 512 First
: National Bank building. Rooms open
dally from 12 noon to .' p. m . except
I Sundav s and holidays.
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHFJP
EIERD -Corner of Grant avenue and
I Twenty-fourth street, opposite the
postoffice. John W. Hyslop, rector,
i The Third Sunday in Advent. The
1 church school meets at 9: -1 5 a. m.
W R Prout, superintendent. Morn
ing prayer and sermon at 11 a ni
All are cordially welcome. The Wo
men's Guild win meet with Mrs Glm
Hn and Mr?. Griffin on Wednesday
aft. rnoon in the Guild hall. The
Daughters of the King will meet on
Monday evening In the Guild hall.
TIIF. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
; CHURCH Kev Godfrey Matthews,
I minister. At 11 a. 01., Divine worship
' and sermon.
Prelude, ' Praise" Holland
i Offertory. "Cradle Song . . . Schubert
Postlude. "Andante in B Flat" ....
Miss Ivlne Shields
' Anthem. " Come- Let I s Worship"
Sermon, The Beginnings of Chris-
tlan Fellowship. At 12:15 p. m.. Sun-
day school Dr, E. P. Mills, superin
! tetident. Kindergarten directed by
Miss Mnn Parmley and helpers. Wo
I men's clas; leader, Mrs. Hyrum
! Smith. Men's class led by Dr. Mills.
Idaases for all grades and ages and,
fa welcome for all At 6:30 p. m., C.
' B socb-ty. Miss Pearl a. Fish, presi
I de nt All young people cordially in- j
j vited. At 7:30 p. m.. Divine worship
; and sermon.
Prelude. "Prelude" Harrison
Offertory, "Evening Song ' . . .LeMarie
Postlude, "Postlude" ... Scoison Clark
MlSB Ivine Shields.
Solo. "Lead Kindly Light
Miss Lillian Newton
Reading, "Paul s Speech Before Ag-
j rlppa" MiSS Marsh
Solo (selected!... Mrs. Fred N Hess
TTH". SECOND OONGRJ GATipNAL
(in RCH Five Points u-v Godfn .
Matthews, minister. At 2:30 p. m.,
Sunday schoejl for the community Dr.
J M. Elliott, superintendent Club
j U-ader. Miss Ituth Nottage. Clares !
I for all grades and ages. A welcome
i i f i i PR1 5BYTEKIAN" CHURCH
Rev. John Edward Carvsr, pastor. '
1 Morning worship at II o'clock. Rev.
1 1 f $M
IS FOUND DEAD
Body of Charles Bell of Green
River Discovered Near
R. R. Tracks
Tho body of Charles P.ell. aged 30.1
of Green River, Wyo., was found on j
the main line of the Union Paeiric ,
near Rock Springs late yesterday aft-
e rnoon, according to word received!
here today by local railroad officials.
Bell's body was found between the
two main line tracks anel rui investi
gation is now being conducted to dc-1
termine the cause of bin death
lb was found by employes of the:
Union Pacific. According to the re
port received here he had been dead
for several hours. Whether he had
lA-en struck by a train or had bl sn
the victim of foul play has been unde
termined His head was badlj
Newspaper Maa Is
Buried in Salt Lake
Funeral services for Walter D. j
iiiraiz, former Ogden newspaperman
laud for years sports writer on Salt
Lake newspapers, were held yesterda.
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McDon
nell mi.rlnarv i !:ip.l in Sn 1 1 l.tke The
services were Bimple but Impressivi
and were attended b secies ol friend i
of the writer. Mr, Bratz died lasl
Wednesday morning of he'ninrrhui;)- of
the brain Interment was in Mt. li
Ellas S Woodruff, general manager
of the I'eserel News, by which paper
Mr. Bratz was employed at Die- tlm
of h'.s rjpath, conducted the service at
the grave S3 well as at the chapel.
Lester D Freed read an eulogy writ
ten by the Kev. Dr. Elmer I Goshen,
who was unable to b present in
oidition. Mr. Woodruft spokp in eulogy
of the de-case-. 1 and of the hifch . -it i i
.n which ho held I he late well known
Despite the request that flowers bo
not s"nt. a profusion cf floral tribute s
! v. as in evidence.
Don't miss tomorrow's
paper, it will teil more about
-The Little Red Heart. " Here
one clay only, Saurclay, De
cember 13. 8193
Mother Seeks News gic
j Son Said to Be Here
Solictiing assistance of the police )n
j locating her 17-year-old son, Burrel
Deloye, Mrs Leonard Deloye of Me!-
lette. S. D., has written to Captain
Jonathan Jones of the police depart
ment Mrs. Delcye received a card frcm
her son from Ogden during the latter
part of November and it Is believed
that he is in the vicinity of Ogden.
She is seriously 111. she writes, and
wishes to see her son.
In event that the police find him,
she will forward money for his trans
portation to his home in South Dakota.
Members of Scgo iliv Circle 174,
Neighbors of Woodcraft, meet at hall
at 1:30, Sunday, December 12. to at
tend the- funeral of Neighbor Urry.
May Yates. G. N.
Salt Lake Students
Here on Way to Logan
Fifty-three students of the East
High school were Ogden visitors early'
today en route to Ixigan, where the
will attend the Logan-East High
championship gridiron battle this aft
ernoon. One hundred rooters went '"
Logan yesterday with the team also.
WHISKY HELD" VALUELESS:
BOOZE THIEF IS FREED
ALLIANCE. Xeb . Dec. 11. Charles
R Wlerman. accused of stealing whis
ky from a freight car, was aCQUltted
In the district court Fridav when
Judre Westovnr Instructed the jury to
discharge the defendant. Judge West
over heiel that whisky, being an out
law, has no value."
Th funeral of Sister Jean Ashment
Will be held Sundav at 1 p. m. at the-Fu-st
word meeting house. All mem-le-s
of tho D. A. to D. It. T. please
meet at the horn..-. 31J Thirty-first'
street at 12:30.
MABEL MILLER. Bee.
Fowler will preach. Sunday se-hool
at 12:13 p. m. Christian eneb-avor at
6:10 p m. Evening preaching at
7:30 p. m. by Rev. Adam Frank.
Music for morning service.
Voluntary. "The JLosf Chord"
Solo "Open the Gates".. Knapp
Offertory " el.-t;io" ..Chopin. Op. 31
Quartette, Come Ye Disconsolate"
klrs. Simpson. Mr. Warner. Mn
Stevens, Mr. Steve-ns.
Pottlude. "Andante" Fai're
Music for evening service:
Voluntary, "Melody in F"
Quartette, "Calvary" Rodney
Off. rter . Melodle" . Cad man
Solo. Rest" Bischoff
.Mr. St. u ni
Quartette ' AllThiu the Nwht"
MISSION JUNK COMPANY
Win call for rags, papers, magazine.
ld clothing, brass. coppr and iron
2all Mr. Buckley. Phone MS4
NOT A MOTION PICTURE
THE CHEMISE DID IT. 1
I THE PA JAMA-JAG FARCE I
I Pjjwented bv A H WOODS J
Seats No.v belling, , ..to S2.00
SHOPPER'S COURT GIVES SPEEDY
Miss Rosalie Sanden (left) crlterlno complaint before "Judge" Walter C. Fos
ter (rloi-t) of the "Choppsrs' Court."
BV EDWARD M THIESaY
N. E. A. Staff Correspondent.
CHICAGO, lVc. 10. A group of Clil
kaj?o mere:hanis have taken tho law nto
their ( n hands.
They 'have thalr own court and the;ir
own Judpo AL;o a Jury. If the plaintiff j
i Insists. And trials are held, vltheut
I policemen, bailiff.-, lawyen -r district at-."
. ti.rnoys. ' There Ian t even a OOP) ol
Hlackstonc In the courtroom.
It's tho Shoppere Court.
Presiding over the court Is "JuelRe-"
Walter C. Foster. Ho waa appointed to
the "bench' by the EtpabUc BulMUno
Thla kyecraper contain! ico dufttnet
retail shops L'p on the- eighteenth floor I
the Shoppers' eOliri V:i.-e i:m.ki ! e- .i
new and novel method of adiiilnist. ring
Justice to shoppers who are not entirely j
satisfied with purchase.n or treatment In
SLAYER OF CARRANZA
SURRENDERS TO JUSTICE
MEXICO CITY. Dec. 9. General
Roddlfo Herrero. who has been cited
In the crindnal court to appear here in
answer to charges that he ordered the
killing of the late President Carranza.
arrived voluntarily in Mexico City to
day and will be arraigned tomorrow.
After Carranza's death last summer,
several witnesses. Including General
Juan Earnigan-. former Socretary of
the Interior lierlanga. anej other mem
bers of Carranza'a cabinet, who ac
companied the fleeing executive, testi
fied that Herrero was personally in
command of the troops which fired on
the sleeping president. Herrero for
the past few months has been living
in the state of Vera Cruz. '
ACTOR HURT AT M'GRAW
HOME SUES FOR $25,000
NEW YOPK. Deo. 11. Suit for
$'J.'.,niio hiy l" e-n l-Kini againct John
McQraw, vlci president and mmiager
of the New York Giants, by John C
S) i In, actor, it was learned Friday
through Hainan Duncan, counsel ror
Mr. Slavin. Slavin received levers In
juries in a fall beJieved t bave been
caused by a blow in front of the henie
of McGraw la-t summer. Slavin and
another companion had accompanied
McGraw home from the Lambs club
where McGraw previously had been
engaged In a fight with another club
FIRE ON STREET CROWD
I'llAOrn. Cze-chi .-Slovakia. I'tc. 11.1
i (By the Asaoclutod t9.) A de-J
Itaehiiient of police e-mJt-a v rlnK t
Iclcar a crowd of elemoiwtrutors troin
in froo of tbe parliament bulidlnarl
today, filleting Itself surrounded :uil I
attacked, the authorities allege, fired
upon the crowd, wounding at i
eighteen persona, four of thc-in M-ri-j
The governmont huiblings n u
guarded by troops.
Big teeth, blond hearts,
tight pants see the musical
success of the season. "Three
Twins," successor to "Piff
Paff Pout." 1
any one of the shops in the building.
It la not a complaint elepartnie-nt,"
explained "Judtre Poster, "we want to
gel away from ihe old-fashioned crowded
counter entanglement. In a mass of r-il
ta.e-. Every customer ge-t.s a hurried,
theiunh fair, trial.
"I may add that 1 am perhaps the
only jurist' In the world who Is tln.r
eughly lelase-'l. The l.iux ISthis: Wo want
"tho eustefpe-rn ple-ajeed; and wer want the-
merChanta pleased so that there Is n co
operative spirit among the competitive
THE SYSTEM WORKS.
"The system la working splendidly, in
a complies ed case we i-t a iurei of di
rectors ait In a.s the Jury If the u.slo-mer-Plalntlff
desires. And everyone who
has boeii before th loard or tho court
has left with a smile."
Miss Rosalie Sanden and Miss Ruth 01
son were among tbe flrsi plaintiffs to
appear before the "Court of Smiles."
AMERICAN RAIL EXPRESS
IS LAYING OFF WORKERS
NEW YORK Iec. 11. Working
forces of tho American Railway Ex
press company arc be-lng reduced j
throughout the country because of u.
general slump In business It was an-
nounced at the general headquarters j
here. How many of the- thousands ofj
the corporation's employes arc affect
ed could not be learned.
"Business Is flat -ill over the United
States." said an official. .
BODY OF COM. TERHUi !E
LANDED AT COAST PORT
SAN FRANCISCO, D.-c. 11. The
body of Commanue-r Warren I. Ter
I nunc. V. S. IS"., who committed aul
I clde shortly before a naval board , -
! rived at Samoa tn investigate the- ad
ministration, arrived here- asi night
on the collier Brutus, bound fr.- m r.
island. The widens acoompained thi
A N S 1 Al. AIR CON1 I ItI Nt R,
(By International New-, Service i
LONDON, Dec. 11. It ha.-; i n d...
cided to make the air conference an
The recent Guildhall "air parlia
ment" was a great success although
Its full effect will not be felt lmme-
Copies of the papers re-il were sent
to the air official ef sVery country
in the world, and consequently lirltlsh
aircraft ha received n great boom.
A large number of Germans from
the occupied Rhine territories are i
r -'ing in the French Foreign I,e-
glon. . '
j Samuel GoIdTi C-Ilc?x Dcacb j.
j rex S ach s J
famou'i ptory fq
p Carl HarbaughLPaui Bern I
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' LAST TIMES TODAY I
I OLIVE THOMAS j
In her last pic M
j SWEETHEART" v
fORPHEU Ml I
J ONE NIGPIT WEDNESDAY 5
I DECEMBER 15
f. WOODS Presents I-
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I A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION
I Prices EOc to $2.00
H seats On sale today i mmm
To Advise Cuba.
on Finances Mj
NEW rORK. Albert Rathbone,
f.rmer asi-.isi.uu He-crotary of trcas-
" Cuba's D m mani Lai ad I
ask.-.! ihe V. s Stat.-
jiriu.ul 10 nominate an American Wmmm
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time on record, aaya Ui0 Morning Pen
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