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Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem 3tat
.1 DEFEAT SECOND
1 MfNERS' STRIKE
GolcJfield Company Resumes
Work After Twice
'iM&l noirF7EL.r. Xcv.. nee. it Defect-
lot: striking employes for the neennd Mine
IStl within two week, tlie "ir.r1flell P.-e.i
..i Mine rompany Ims resumed wnrk "f
' "Inking a vertlenl three comp.iri nifcnt
shaft with a full crew
' After remaining out for two m- m f -r
a wftr artvunre of fl per lay the Mrlr
W Infr hoisting nrlncrp; refurn.-l t '. rk
; at the- HoMflelil scale. A few tfa 1.--
fore the enidm-erc (Talked out the r.im
rany ettle1 a Ptrlke of sh.iftmen. who
1t.mnnflel a urale of $7 duly.
A PROBLEMS DISCUSSED
W sat.t I.AKT, r '.1 it - Problem eon-
fronting the hulMinc Inlu3iry Ir. 1 h
were oincuMed IM1 nii--hi n' a meeting
Ie-t memoer-; 01 tne I tan ; ii.- 1 11-
dustrles In the Hotel (T(a,h. PlffeTCRt
question were dlacuMcd anil conpori
' Bonn marie. bOt no n tlun taken.
A C. Rcm manager of the T":aIi a
aflated lmlutrle-. yrstertl n-eive' fc
telefrrum from Janet A PIfjr, ith'ef
cctn aol for the nntionaJ ornnl.14 no i(
tho tissoeiateil Induxtrlca with hid'i,Hlf
ters In Waahlngtqn, 1 (' Iji lis 1.1.
prim Mr Emi-ry mid thai i did rot
ei t cr.t any cr. :. :llve 1 j In
gW.I to Immipr-r-in fron nils ffcitalsn
ni congress. He ,ii.jrti. h'wrwv. tht
li-. nn well il'a-.l -vlfh havln"-- .!. 'Wi
y?r:i of shuttl-fr t lir.m'a; 1 ;--e
i rri( He ; 1 '-e felt ':.- will! Ive
time enouch :nA w id enable ' 1
rlr'np the Hrhr Hid bf imm . Id to
gei their bills .irvP.-r'v framed ir-i 'i:;iy
n cxacRcn if 1 I'Usi .'f the 1 10." 1 f
Immigration la blum I hj Mr l-.mer fir
the sentiment In opposition 10 It.
A. C Kmerron. secreta i.f Hie Ogden
branch of the 1'tah ArwocIhIM nuaif-"-.
tries, was. a visitor yesterday at the
headquarters of fbe orpanlz-m.. 1 in the
Hi WOMAN 96 YEARS OLD
TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY
SAL.T LAKR. Pec I7.--Mr.fl. Anna Mc-i
Farlane Ersklne will celebrate her ninety
sixty birthday tunltht at the homi of her I
son, Peter Krsklne, 577 Seventh aenne
The affair will be a famll) dinner, with
all the Ihtnp chllilrcn of Mrs. Hrsklne
at the table.
Thoujch rapbllv approaching the century
mark, Mrs. Krsklne enjoys unimpaired
mental faculties anil a f;iirl r;tr . nt: boriv
J The. frueKtR at the dinner v. ill he rvte-r
w Erskine. Mrs .Tr,. Hunter Mr' rien
Panjerfleld Archibald, Adam. John and
James Erskine Twenty-three rrand
chlldren and forty-four ft nt-t'rande.hii-dren
will attend the family reunion.
WYOMING CHIEF JUSTICE
IS DEAD AT CHEYENNE
chetewk. vvo.. Dec. l'6.-Cyrua
Beard, chief Justice of the Wyoming au
preme court, died at 8 4j '.Vlock tonlcht
Of neuralgia of the heart He was ek
fc'J but three (lays but has been in i'or
' health for several ear. He wos 70
Jjii ycara old and had been "n fie Ruurcuie
court bench for sixteen year H" w?i
- re-elected laat November for' a term of
OUTDOOR XMAS EVENT
ARRANGED AT SALEM
SALEM. Pec. 17 A unique C'irlstmas
entertalnemnt with an outdoor tree and
a musical program, has been arranged
by the people of Salem. Children of the
cltv schwls are arrancinir Un decoration
of tho tree. The Chrl mas tree will he
placed in front of tin- L P. R church.
A number of bonfin :; will i 1.1, t,, to
add to the attractfveneaa of the tree
Ell r. Taylor la in oharffA of the com
rnltteo to arrant'.- for detail 1 of the entertainment.
.rNr ''A'-rK '- Dee, 16 A bill
iiS ealllnp ror the creation of a welfare com-
rniMslon to aid disabled and deHtltute ex
J !"it service men and wr,m-n will be prpdented
i '4 ,n thc ""ft session of lite state Icalala-
S H ,llirc- accord InK tp an announ.ement mudu
''li ,0( ipday by state Adjutant u f a;-
sj hort. following the adoption of r reaolu-
A tion by the executive comtnittee of thei
. i American Legion. The committee alao
rT J SS2t?fP? c'"v;nr I'avis for his stand1
DAVIS W GET
Idaho Governor txpected to
Be One of Harding's
rtoiRr-.". Ida Pec. 17. Appointment of
Governor I w. Parla "f Idaho to the
rn1 met of Prealdent-elrcl Warren fj.
Handing is not at nil ImprotHkblei accord -Ire
to gecretery if Slate K. O Jonea,
who ho returned from an official trip j
to Wnshlnctnn I
Tho poneral feeling in the national '
capital Is that an appointment should u'"
to a western man.
COLLEGE OIRL IS BURIED.
T.EWIS'P'N' n.r. lfi Funeral services 1
were held hen December 9 for Mlea Cae
sle Telford, 19 years of nge, daughter of 1
Mr ami Mrs. V llllum H Telford, who
lied at a Rait luke hr-spital December ,
IJt-ehive plrls. actlnR flower-bearers, fol- '
lowed by. members of a D V. C. clul.
with which Miss Telford wis connected,
led the funeral prOCeafllon to the chapel.
Interment was made In tho IMchmon' I
Vaudeville Bill at
12th Ward Tonight
"Zenith Vaudeville," under tho title
of "Fclltlou.s PhollU-s ' will bo prtsent
ed at the Twelfth ward amusement hall
tonight, by the Second Intermediate
Second Year department of tno!
Twelfth ward Sunday school. The
vaudeville will commence at 8 o'clock.
Three numbers make up the pro
gram "A," the first act. is entitled "From
Yama Yuma Land" and is made up of
0 chorus of melody maids including
Mildred Paul. Norma Hill, Lorn a.
Jones, Margaret Chase: Verena Young,
LeBurn Wright and Melva Srhade.
"B."' Judging from the program, is
a comedy act and features Sum John
son and Alec Jackson, advertised as
"the biggest fools on earth "
Higby Jacobs takes the pac-of Sam
Johnson, while Albert Hoggan has es
sayed the role of Alec Jackson
Tlie grand finale of th. show, act
"C is n comedy in two at t.-. by
Bleanor Maud Crane "The Rainbow
Kimona." It has been heralded as a
snappy production. The coat in the
finale is as follows:
Nellie Van Tassel, president of the
Rainbow Kimona Society
Edll i. Si bofleld
Ruth Ashton. the ice president.;...
- Viola Folkman
Alice Marlon, the treasurer
Isabel Sutro, the secretary
. Anna Corr
Beatrice Courtney. th0 cla poet. .
olive Miner, captain of the basket
ball team Myrtle McPrlde
Winifred Turner, student M
T T7 T,l .. I
(Edith Jones, the new s.-nlor
' Phyillis Proudflt
Rose Jackson. Miss Pcnelope'r; Imp
I lsh little colored maid Grace FouU
j Music by Marva McBride.
Put on Extra Clerks
at 'R. R. Mail Office
Forty-five men have qualified as
temporary mail clerks, to assist In the
handling of Christmas parcel post nt
the Ogden terminal during the hollda
rush, said AY. H. Taylor, chief clerk
Ten new men ,were at -work yester
day at th terminal to assist in the dig.
trlbutlon of mails.
The Christmas, rush has not yet as
sumed the proportions that Will be In
evidence within the nM few davp but
so far the mail has been equal or
I heavier in volume than during the
same period Inst season
Under a new law women of Ta
raaica. British West Indies may
ote for parochial boards and the
Trimmed and Tailored
Entire balance of our Beaver, Velvet, Duvetyn and fancy ma
term I trimmed and tailored hats in two group?. Every fall hat
inoluded "for children, women and misses.
LOT 1 Your choice beavers and trimmed silk Jo A A
velvet heta J).UU
LOT 2 -Balance ot t 1 AA
Xmas Waist Specials
Georgette, TlTCOtJoe and Crepe de Chine Waists and Smocks,
j ' .luxs: and sizes. 70
Bi i 0 (jpeolal .... ( 4J.0
All Silk and Silk Jersey
All colors and color cnmhlntition, with same color pleated
flounce Regular $5 50 and 6.00 Ji Q
values at PJwD
W underfill values in lranokerchicfs for women, children and
gentlemen POPULAR PRICES
Splendid values for misses, women and gentlemen
$4.95, $6.95 and $8.95
Poultry Expert Has
j Interesting Display
Professor Byron Alder of the I'ta'n
Aprlcullurul COBege has nn exhibit at
the Weber County I'oultjy association
jiihow which. potUtry experts dc-lare, Ij
one of the most interesting and in
structive sections of the show.
Professor Alder has several pens of
White Leghorn chickens and Included
.'among them are examples of the pro
ductive and liop-productlvc type He
lis giving demonstrations to We-bor
county farmers, poultry raisers and
( others Interested In chickens and dur
I ing the course of the demonstration
I he illustrates methods of selecting pro
jductlve hens. He also gives examples
of the kinds of teed that shbuld bo
given a hen during the "winter month;
for the purpose of stimulating pro
One of the hens at the exhibit lays
more eggs ihan fjve, other hens In the
I same pen, Professor Alder maintains,
land is a good example of what proper
js'election, together with correct feed
ing will do.
HIS MOST APPRECIATED GIFT
I I a box of cigars
LODGE IN TO
Utah Chapter of National Fra-,
ternal Congress to Con
Bringing delegates from Salt. Lake
and all parts of southern Utah to the
Ogden meeting of the I'tah chapter of
the National Fraternal congress, a spe
cial train will reach Ogden at 7 20
o'clock tonight The visitors will h.
met at the depot bv the members of ,
t the arrangement committee of the lo
cal chapter and escorted to the Wood
men of the World hall where the
meet ing will be held
The session will be the most impor
tant ever held here, it is said, and ev
ery fraternal organization in the stat
will be represented Matters pertain-
I iiik to ine wenare or me lncmmuai
! members will be discuBBcd.
Arrangements have been made to
; accommodate 500 delegates at the
1 meeting which will open at 8 o'clock
I Dr. J C Hanchett, president of the or
IgaBjzatton will preside A musical pro
.'gram la scheduled to brighten the ses
Large Volume of Mail
at Local Postoffice
j While reports from many portions
of the country indicate the mailing of
I Christmas packages Is lighter this year
. than last season, reports from the lo-
cal railway mall service offices nn.l
the local postoffice show that Og
den is not affected in this manner
W H Taylor, chief clerk In charge
1 1 of the R. M S office here, stated to-1
day that present indications are that
the volume of holiday mail will ex-1
coed last yearjs rush.
Postmaste 'George E. Browning
.-.aid that parcels are coming In at the
postoffice in larger volume than at this
I period Inst year
This indicates that Ogdenitcs are
I making many sifts and that fhej .ir.
adhering to the request of the postal I
department that packages bo mailed
early to facilitate their handling.
Medical Unit to Be !
j Inspected Tuesday I
Physical examinations for the men
I who recently enlisted In the national
guard unit organized here will be iom-jpli-ted
at the Armory next Saturday
The new unit will be inspected next
ITuc-sd.N , . i,hiK 1, Major W. G Will i
lams and Major W. W. Gordon of tho
Ninth district It Iss expected that the
Unit will be given federal recognition!
j within ten days of the date of inspec
tion. Equipment totaling more than
I $1. SO, 000 will arrive in Ogden from the
i east within the next thirty days and
jwlll be immediately placed In use
I Nine motor trucks Including an am
bulance and three motorcycles will be
delivered to the n. w organization by
I A LHAMBR A 1
I Utah's Finest Theatre 1 U
1 BIG NEW SHOW TODAY I I
I ELSIE PiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBJ 1 I
I FERGUSON fff 11 I
In Her Newest Picture VyBj , Wt jS j
Lady ' I
I A Paramount-Artcraft K HI
TsaysEVe YORiK lTRID1JN ; j ' jg
E'sle Ferguson's pleylno mjkf! SjSjjc-L-. h;V",
more one see-, her the more one (($mkz I I nr rir-r- ZCTvs'Z $ I
m apprec-te. hHlty " WLSIE USOtiM)
g NEWS WEE KLY S CRKrJNIA GrA Z IlSf E "'" P ' fl
10; 20"30T 1
Children Matinees Evenings 9:15
In the trenches of France he Em fig jA fauir &'?&'j2M ' ; I
had washed his crook's record mmmm mm i m'
m clean. Now he "Kelly BSmm mlm Bf .Mr
Cop" out to wipe up Mm am AwEEBL EEw Enj
ome of the dirt that in other EES 3m Jr BoW Bg EB
days he had smeared on his
town. That meant war with
H the gang! With men who TL-.
once called him pal With 1 If- H ff O
his own brother! A war that V VB M 1 H V
burned and killed and broke ra I m
hearts, but in the end a pic- f W1 I "P,. Cm
ture that gets inside you and J? m Jr wH VA 1 d7 ;(J
j fills you up.
ADDED FEATURES FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY
I "HIS NOISY STILL"
COMING Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
i DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS 1
I "The Mark 01 Zorro" 1
A UNITED ARTIST PRODUCTION
Mr Skinner received i letter from Waller S. Rand, manager United Artists of Los Angeles, to the effect
"The Mark of Azores." Falrbank' late-st plcturu, which comes to tho Alhambra next Wednesday, Is now
B showing In Los Annates at 50c: 7Gc and 51 00, and assuring Manager Skinner that It Is by far the biggest
Bm and greatest picture Fairbanks evcre produced.