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QUARANTINE OF !
State Livestock Board Tells
Ogden Flockmaster No
T)ii sheep quarantine situation n the
'"olorAdo-lTtah border was taken up by
the state livestock board In Salt 1-aUe
xesterday with Or II If. Rowe of Or
rten. one of the sheepmen whose herds
aro In quarantine across the T'tah line.
The hoard decided to stand by Its for
mer position, the legality of which will
c artrued before Judge George Chrlsten
The judge cited the board to appear to
show why an order not to dip the 21,000
sheep should not in made permanent, and
C. O. Dalhy. assistant attorney general
was assigned to iiif taal The case was
t for hearing at Moab. In Grand county,
but may by stipulation be transferred
Ither lo Price or Bait Lake, on account
of other encagf-menls in court.
four arreats have now resulted from
Hie alleged depredations against slicep
herders of Rln Blanco and Moffat coun
ties. Colorado, according to dispatches re
ceived here from Denver tills niornlnR
The arrests were mjrtlc by federal authori
ties Those arrested were Cecil Goss.
'Shortv" Chambers. Kay .lames and
Frank Berry. All were apnrehended on
bench warrants iaaued b) l'nlted Slates
District Judge Robert E. Lewis follow
mg their Indlctmeni b: the rederal gra
Jury. Each was charged with conspiracy
to harass. Intimidate and oppross home
steaders of the two counties.
The federal investigation was instituted
recently follow inr numerous reports of
the slaving of several shMpherdera. the
disappearance of others the killing of
more than 1000 sheep and charges of
intimidations to homesteader? of the two
counties during the past year. William
Jones, wealthy rancher of Rio Blanco j
ounty. alleged to hav, been the ring
leader of til c gangsters vsh? taken into
tustody jesterday. He was removed to
lenvef today in default of bond
Other arrests are soon to follow ac
cording to authorities who declared to
dav they believed several members of
the alleged "ring ' had fled to I'tah
while others took the course to Mexico
I School Children Sell
$300 Worth of Seals
Thirty voung women of Ogden will ani
In the Christmas seal sale Saturday.
Booths will be placed in operation in the
banks, department stores and drug stores
but J6"5 of her $2500 quota.
Foiir-mlr.ute women of the city under
Mrs. J. G Fah k addressed the theatre
goers of the city In all of the local amuse
ment houses last nlgni on the drive. To
morrow evening the four-minute men un
der S P. Dobbs will deliver like ad
dresses. School children of the Ogden schools
have sold more than SJ00 worth of seals
during" the post week, and an- expected
to raise that much more before' the com
ing week is ended.
I I DCAT TUIC I
An All-Wool Suit with an
Extra Pair of Pants for
1 We arc selling a lot of
I suits every day and wool-
ens are selling out very
A fast. Come in at once and
pick out your suit while
I our stock is complete.
J 2309 Washington Ave.
3 Howard Williams, Mgr.
The regular meeting Ol the Ogden
Drama i"i will be held Saturday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock In the Knights of
Pvthlas hall Miss rent Crurfl ind Mra
Florence Nebeker will be hostesses An
interesting program has been prepared for
the afternoon with the following memoirs
taking pari: Mrs. Joseph Ecelex. Mrs
Gilbert Porter and Miss Ellen Thom.t-
HOME CULTURE CLUB.
Mrs T W. Horn will be hostess to t li -Home
iilture :lut at her home, 262fi 'l -lor
avenue Saturday afternoon. Mrs A
L. Wplfer will be the leader for the dis
cussion. BEAUX ESPRIT
,ir Harold Fleming will entertain the
members of the lleaux Esprit rliu ut
an evening rarty Saturday at her hi m-.
Co3 Twenty -sixth street
Lawrence Rushmer and ttlllard Wuerr:'
who have been attending the I nivertll
of California at Berkeley have returned
to Ogden to spend the holidays With their
Those In the Christmas pla; . to b
given b) the primary department ol tne
thodlat church, are rctuc.Mf.d to meoi
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock tnd S.m
da s at 9 .45 o clock
Seventies of Ogden
to Hold Convention
A convention of all of the quorums,
of Seventy in the ogden stake will be
held on Sunday Morning session will
be conductcefat the Weber Normal col
lege, convening at 10 a- m. .Many new
members arc to be ordained, and sev
eral vacancies filled among the otflceri
of the quorums Members ol the First
Council of Seventy will be in attend
ance, and will preside at the respective
sessions, the exercises to be conducted
by the Stako Presidency and High
Council uder Ihclr direction.
An afternoon session will be held at
2 o'clock in the- Fourth ward meeting
house, on Madison avenue, near Twen
i -first afreet Members of Hie first
council will be In attendance. The
Stake Presidency, and the First Coun
cll of Seventy have requested that
every Seventy be in attendnnce at the
sessions of this convention, regardless
of what position he may hold in the
auxiliary organizations of the church.
They desire also that the bishops of
the winds In the Ogden Stake be pres
ent at 10 o'clock, and that the coun
selors attend also.
N. J. Harris, of the committee in
charge of arrangements, said today,
that the Stake Presidency expects to
make this convention the gTcatevst
gathering of Seventies ever held In
the Ogden Stake.
Way Down East' Draws
Unusually High Prices
Achieving what theatrical and motion
picture mn asserted was an Impossi
bility. David WarU Onffith in his screen
production of "Way Down Fast" turned
the tables on his critics and those who
witnessed the premiere- at New York, ex
pecting lo see a failure remained to
cheer the peerless producer, according to
the theatrical journals
' Wav Down East" Is an elaboration of
the old stage play and is produced on
the sllversheet In frerh moods of colorful
photography and replete with suspen-ic-oompelling
moments, thrills tears : lid
During its showing 'l.roughou! the
country. "Wav Down East' has drawn
higher prices than any other s-reen pro
duction, not excepting his first great
success. ' Birth of a Nation '
In New York seats were sold as nigh
as $10 caeh. In Chicago the prices wont
to $5 each with two ehows nightly. Los
Angeles advertised the picture weokfl in
advance at top prices. Scats were sold
as far ahead of the showing ns six 1
and the theatre never -fell below capacity
Central Junior Team
Defeated by Roamers
The Central Junior f.igu B nooi noop- ,
sters lost to the Roamers at the Deaf,"
school gymnasium yesterday afternoon. ,
the count being 33 to 21. I
Roamers (33) Central Junior (21)
O Carney . . If Bond
D Carney rf. . . Peterson
w Petrel . ,c... Smith
Crosley . . lg . Landls
Allison rg st'180"
Scoring Roamers Field goals O Car
ney 8. Ferrell 3. Trosley 3. AlliROn 1 Free
throws O Carney 2. Ferrell 1 Central
Junior Field goals Bond 4. Peterson 2.
Smith 2. Stimpson 2 Free throws I
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; Industrial Commission
I Reviews Wilson Case
Representatives of the stute indus
trial commission are in Ogden today,
taking testimony and depositions In!
tho case of Mrs Darrell Wilson w ho
is applying for compensation for the
ideath of her husband. Darrell Wilson,
Ogden taxlcab driver. Wilson was shot
while on duty several months, ago and
idled of blood poisoning a few days
later In the Dee hospital.
Jack Pass and Gus Burr are being
held in the county Jail charged with j
murder in the first degree for the
death of "Wilson Their trial will be
held early next year.
I OP 1
I GREEK KING EXPECTS
APPROVAL OF ALLIES
VENICE, Dec. 16 I By the Asso
ciated Press). Before leaving Venice,
former King Constantino told the cor
respondent that he was glad Venice
and Italy had given him his first of
ficial reception as the restored sov
ereign of Greece. He added that ho
believed Great Britain and France
would end the situation by bowing to
to the will of the Greek people, while
It would be imposulble for the United
States not to accept the decision of the
recent election, that country' itself be
I lng the champion of self-determlna-tion
The regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Commercial Na
tional bank of Ogden, Ltah. will be
held at their banking room. Tuesday.
January 11. 1921 at 3:30 p. m for the
purpose of electing officers to serve
for the ensuing year and the trans
action of such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
Dated. Ogden, Utah, December 13,
R. A. MOTES,
1 1 a goodVje to trade 1 1
I ' J I
j Beavers I
Tomorrow you may have your unrestrict
ed choice of any beaver hat in the Mil
linery Section for $4. And there are some
very handsome ones in the lot. We just
happened to think of these good gifts,
and indeed they will be to the girl or
woman who would like to have one of
j these rich luxuriant hats for the holidays
and to wear till spring. Large brims,
sailors and bobbet shapes. AH of them i
j worth at least double. (Second Floor) j
i 1 1 tamm i - ttwb i i4z0'4Be'0'Sjt)B()gooi ioas1
Women Republicans j
I Select Officers
At (he meeting of the Women's Repub
lican club held last evening, the follow
ing officers were elected
Chairman Mrs J. A. Howell
I Vice Chairmen Mrs. I. N. Fulton and
1 Mrs Marv Mai son.
Secretarv Mlas Edith Reid.
Treasurer Mrs Dora P Holther
The two state senators-elect from ,
Weber county, Thos E McKa and David
lenson were present, also three of the,
I state representa'.lves-elecL. R. T. Rhees, I
A. R Mclntyre and if v srfderberg!
; Mrs. ElUabeth Barrows. reore--en( in the
j juvenile court, and the president and tot -
retary Of the Children's Aid society were.
in attendance. A full discussion was had
of the great need to establish in Ogden
a detention home for the care of UVe
I nlle delinquent?, ku that with proper su
1 pervlslon they may ho helped to become !
! good citizens
In four eara iIip Interstaie Com !
merce Commission has investigated
1'26 railroad collisions which re
bulted in 841 deaths and -100 injuries.
year after having ben divorced or
latter the death of a hu.brnri before
she can remarry.
More S P. Employes
Laid Off in Ogden
About one hundred employes of the
Southern Pacific shops were temporarily
suspended today after being notified sev
eral days ago according to Information
given out by local officials of the South
The Salt Lake division of the Southern
Pa Ific has now laid off more than 500
men, it is stated. No more men will be
laid off In this division. It was announced.
Fines in City Court
Show Noticeable Fall
Fines and forfeitures in the cn
court during the past fifteen days 1
have amounted to $707, according to i
Desk Sergeant Barlow B Wilson Dur-'
ing the same period last month, near 1
l i 50(i w as 1 ol 1 ' i'd in fines and :
Will Be Won Or Lost In the Next
Better Hurry If You Expect One of the Prizes
THE FOLLOWING IS THE STANDING OF THE
rt,,arrhk g" Barbara Pell 10,635
Donald Chase 6065
Garnel Stoney 4670 Genevieve Walsh .... 9850
Patrick Healy 4110 Beatrice Smith 2800
Wlllaim Jones 4000
Charles Letts 3370 Jeanette McDonald .... 2710
Charles Empey 2540 Erma Jon ....... i910
Dale Wangsgard .... 2410
Happy Payne 2135 E'va McKinney 1385
Emerson Hough 1955 Emira Carr 1250
Arthur Hales 1940
Lester Farr 1910 lriS GlM 895
Virgil Drowbay .... 1800 NeMje Vanderschuit .... 680
Christie Vandenberg . , . 1665
Rowland Hansen ... 1510 Harriett Lang 620
Elmer Weller 1455 Elizabeth Averett 595
Abe Greenband .... 1435
James McFarland . . . 1390 Vada Lamb . 590
I Kenneth Smith ... 1355 gva Varney 525
Bud Taylor 1320 , . . c.n
rr il !L u ..n Pearl Lobello 510
Frank Chamberlain .... 1315
Dale Schott 1210 Myrtle Fretwelt 485
Elwood Drysdale 1205 Lois Helner 370
Ogden Electric Supply Co.
2430 Washington Avenue
For Tomorrow j J
j Another Great Shipment Of j I
j Suits and Overcoats I
Express shipments are here today, ready for selling ! H
! tomorrow. Wonderful all-wool clothes that come j B
! from some of the best makers in America; clothes ! H
! that we bought for 50c on the dollar, selling at like !
reductions. Here are some of the makers: ! Bj
I Fashion Park Hickey Freeman j B
j (Of Ncu York) (Of Rochester) j BB
j Courtiey Clothes L System j I
(Of New York) (Of Chicago)
Men who know these lines will tell you that there are none
better in America. All wool, man tailored, handsomely fin-
ished. Every fabric from blue serge to fancy flannels.
lk Student clothes For the young men up to I 9 years
f F- For the chap in his first long pants. Smart styles, j
J I Amd J youthful, handsome. Suits and overcoats.
Clothes suits and overcoats for men and young men.
f V "Swagger" styles or conservative models. Splendid
JL , ly J all-wool fabrics. Suits made to sell to $60.
I . A Suits and overcoats men Ihe handsomest clothes
f T J made anywhere in America this year.- Many garments
J M. J made to sell at $90. Don't miss seeing this lot.
jPj, ,.Jn.icssji .( -o-
Wheat, cwt $3.50
Bran, cwt $2.35
Corn, cwt $2.20
Cracked Corn, cwt . $2. 35
Frost Free Potatoes $1.70 '
Beef Scraps $5.90
I Alfalfa or Timothy
Hay, 100 lbs.. . $1.25
i 'Why Teed green meat with 80 per
Christmas Trees For Sale
CORN IN LOTS AT $2.00
CASH AND CARRY
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known in this country, having takt-n ,
a journalistic course In Columbia uni-l
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Capital and Surplus, $350,000