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j 5 j THE OGDEN b 1 AINDAKU-tLAAMiiNLK FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1920. P
I Some rule bill
Compromise With House rf
Commons Sought to
LONTOX. Doc. 17 Mcmliers of the
house of lords who havo stood (Irmly
apnlnst the Irish homo rule 1 III. paMcd
by the house of "commons, were in con
ciliation with members of the (?over..
mcnt overnight. It Is understood, trying
to arrange some sort of convrin-l rela
tive to the measure
It was asserted here that the virtual
deadlock between two houses "f parll--ment
must le comproml-sM or the 1III
would he lost, and the home rub i" D i
Ure of 1914 would automatically become
a law as soon as rutin alien of the
Turkish treaty fully pnds war.
Members of the uppr lio'.iae of parlia
ment object to the provision of the bill
for tho council of Ireland and op)Ksc
,thi clause providing that If Ireland de
i linrs to accept the form of government
established by the measure a rrown col
ony government would he Imiwscd. Some
writers declare (hat when the house of
lords meets at noon Saturday It will hear
royal assent clven the measure and sec
it placed In the statute hooks afl a law
DUBLIN. Dec 17 Tin- frank admis
sion that Canon Mayner. killed yesterday
at Dunmanway. County. Cork, was shot
iVy an auxiliary cadet was made by Dub
lin Castle today. A statement issue. by
the castle says that the adct was one
of a lorr y party which was ambushed
near Cork Saturday nlpht and Intimated
that ho became insane as a result of
that exnerlenre. It confirms the rencrt
I that the cadet also killed Timothy Crow
ley a farmer's son P O. Brad: i ma -Lstrato
who witnessed the tragedy, came
near suffering the ynnie rate
BLAME FOR FIRES.
The report of the laln.r commission's
inquiry into conditions In Ireland declare
that eye witnesses to the burning of
Cork aro "unanimous In stating that the
tires were caused by crown force
The. result of the inquiry were offi
cially presented at a Joint meeting of
the national executive and the parliament
labor party and 11 was derided that a
committee should wait on the premier to
urpc further efforts for a truce in Ireland.
The whole, question of reprisals was dis
The destruction In i '. r',; In declared to
have been systematic ln'- ndlarb -- "hav
ing sought out the m- si valuable premises
In the town and put into execution a pre
i onoet ed plan."
BISHOP SPURNS MESSAGE
CORK. Dec. 17. The 1 Ishop of Cork
recelved the following telegram dab I
"Please accept by deepest sympathy
on the appalling tragedy of the death of
I Canon Matrncr and klndh convej to his
relatives an expression of my deep sor
row and sincere sympathy,
I (Signed) "INSPECTOR GENERA L,
ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY"'
To this, the bishop replied:
"I should accept sympathy from the
inspector sreneral of the old I't I The
verlal sympathy of an inspector general
whose men are murderinsr my people
and have burned my city! I can-' not ac-
opt or convey to the relatives of the
murdered Canon Vlagner."
DUBLIN. Dec. 16 Peace negotiations
have been resumed In Ireland, it is learn
ed tonight on goo dauthorlty. It Is diffi
cult to ascertain the line.- on which the
intermediaries art- n-ratlr.K owini: to
the reticence of all enquired. I ill it Is un
derstood that high church dignitaries, in
cluding Archbishop Clune of Perth trest
ern Australia and the bishop of EClllaloe, j
Monslgnor Ko(rarty nr.-- pr mlnent monK !
those continuing their efforts to i ring
about a settlement.
I JAP SCIENTISTS WILL
DINE GERMAN ENVOY
TOKIO. Dec 17 Two hundred
Japanese scientist will entertain the
I German ambassador and his staff at
a banquet tomorrow as a "tribute to
Germany's contributions to science
and an encouragement .of her future
You naturally dislike tu interrupt the play any longer Foi refresh
ments than necessary.
1 A simple service of M & G Potato -iTr
; Flakes, crisply edging a dainty shrimp tt!0 Pix
or lobster snlnd will be appreciated. lllWl
Serve crisp, salt-flecked M & Gs ' AiC
with cups of steaming bouillon Or vQ 11 VvVv
dean little golden pile of the rairy S ( (
' light Flakes on tea plates with dev- ?'"--- SSSSmffL
I lied tongue and lettuce sandv, icht flK? BKgSSlH
At your grocer's WMf WmlP BC'eLHI Uta
Colorado Potato Flake & Mfg Co. TT K?)
Denver Colorado i:?
Bij Che Sealed Pa.clp.qe waxs 0iEJlk!w
CRUST OF EARTH
TORN AND TWISTED
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 Some
where, perhaps leagues deep be
neath the rolling blue of the At
lantic and forever hidden (rom
the eyes of man, the earth's crust
was torn and twisted Thursday
by a tltnntle convulsion.
For hours the earth's surface
shuddered under the feet of its
heedless millions. Force waves
thousands of miles in length swept
outward from that storm center
like ripples on n rock broken pool.
Yet pniy the unsleeping seismo
graph noted It and inscribed a
mute record for watchful scien
tists who guard them.
First word of the disturb-
j ance came from Georgetown Uni
versity here. When the Rev. Fa
ther Francis A Tondorf. director
of the seismograph observatory
peered at his delicate :m-h;mlsnt
they told him of a shock more se
vere than any recorded in the last
two years. Somewhere the power
beneath the surface was still bulg
ing at the earth crust holding It
Father Tondorf sent out word
I of the shock, thinking it might
be another great disaster. As the
day went by, however, no word
came back, leaving to conjecturo
the scenes and exact nature of the
The experienced observer that
h is. Father Tondorf classed the
record of his instruments as that
of a "terrible" shock. It began
soon after 7 a. m. here, reached
its greatest intensity towards 8
o'clock and vasstill leaving a
wavering diminishing trull after
noon, as the larth slowly settled to
Three hundred ami forty-lhree
j dealt sentences were carried out in
; the British army during the war.
M ItlllPl nsm
I j High Cost of Living
I J Reduced Again
1 Someone said that the wholesale price of meats had heen re-
I N duced but that the retail price had not. We KNOW BET
TER, at leasl so far as the RUSSELL-JAMES CO is con
cerned, -lust as soon as we get a reduction we lower our
1 price, and on many things we lower them just as soon as we
j: B nc we can Duy cheaper, even though we have to take a loss
j I on the stock we have on hand.
I J PRICES FOR SATURDAY
Here are a few prices for Saturday. You will note they
1 are cheaper than they have heen.
I E Shoulder steak -ir Smoked hams, whole, o
j H pound 1 JC ! pound jUC
K- Pot roasts, -ir Smoked bacon, whole or or
( pound IOC half, pound JjC
Ji Rump roasts, 9A ' Oranges, nr
i pound . . . . , LjC dozen 30c. 65c and . . . UOC M
Whole pork shoulder no Celery r f
I roasts, pound . . . LLC bunch' JC
I ; , week but ouit.e nice,
i Pork leg roasts, OO , , .
I pound 66C Chr;stmas tes. rn
I S Nice little loin pork chops OA UP m JUt "
I I or roasts, pound JUC MANCHURIAN WAL- r 111
j ii Mutton tew. ia NUTS, pound IDC
2 lound 1UC No. 1 California OA
j K Mutton legs, or I walnuts . ....... jUC I
L pound ZDC i Budded California or
I R Mutton shoulder roasts or r walnuts OjC
I chops, pound IDC These are the very pick of the
j B This -is all first class meat and California nuts.
4 I should not be classed with some Best
I E uf the kind that is being offered, almonds 4UC
j JACK RABBITS, nice tat nr Mixed 0r
H ones, each ZDC , nuts pound. 20c 30c and . JjC
j Cream beans. or A very nice almond for 30c
3 H pounds L.uC pound
I Something new and very nice. Our prices in the "Service De
j 7Tr some partment" compare favorably
ESZ ' 10r wlth the cash and carry stores
i I)QTund u 1Vt and you get the benefit of out
J Larger amounts cheaper. service. Our "Groceteria" De
J Popcorn, -in partment sells cheaper than any-
'n d LVl where The Groceteria is selling
3 The kind that pops Very nice. sugar at $9 15 and if the whole-
3 pples, Ao uale price drops we will lower
-I t)ox $1.60 to J) our price, too.
I RUSSELL-JAMES COMPANY
1 "Everything to Eat"
1 Phones: 136, 412, 413 Two Deliveries a Day
l" Tf Yea we nearly forgot to tell you about our new meat
'M Vxx cutter that we have had now about a week. You
M' ought to see it work, Cuts any kind of meat or bonee about five
tn times as fast as can be done by hand aud does it better. We only
:JJ mention this to show you that we are always progressing and the
''jjgk first in all improvements No doubt other shops will have one be
Opposition Wakes Up and De
mands Mew Vote on
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17. Another
controversy in congTess over anti-
Istrlkc legislation was launched Thurs
day through passapc by the senate of
the Poindexter bill to penalize inter
ference with interstate commerce.
I.o than a dozen senators wcrv
bresent when the bill went throuph
without a word of discussion or a roll
, call, but opponents, rushing in late,
announced a rontst Senator I.aFol-
i let te. Republican, Wisconsin filed a,
'motion to reconsider the vote, which I
holds the bill in the senate until dis
posal of the reconsideration motion.'
When the f. il ollette motion would be
i taken up was not determined
OPPOSI l) BY I N ions.
The bill, as introduced by Senator'
I Poindexter. Republican. Washington,!
and passed, would not prevent Individ-1
tials from quitting their emplo ment !
but fixes severe penalties for personal
(who, with intent to obstruct interstate I
commerce, adise. persuade or
!uso force toward inducing;
common carriers' operatives to
cease work. The measure, which
i has been c rUiclsed vigorously ,by
labor leaders, was presented at the last
session sifter the house had refused to
jaccept the anti-strike Clauses In the
transportation act proposed by the
The senate passed the bill while the
clerk WflS dronlitjr IhrouRh minor bills'
on the routine calendar under a
: unanimous consent agreement.
PREPARE I KlV I !(,IIT.
! Objection of n single senator would I
have blocked its consideration or a'
Oliomm r.nll ivonM hav vnm mrnf.t ll
o)ionents. Neither move came, how-!
ever, from the small handful of sona
tors. In their seats. The activity of op-1
ponert.v followed tr sides Senator L-'l-
Follette s motion for reconsideration
Senator Johnson. Republican, of Cali
fornia, made Inquiry of Vice President I
Marshall to receive assurance that the!
motion wns pending and the bill held I
The motion for reconsideration un-!
der the senate would be considered
regularly at the next reading of the
calendar, probably Monday. Senator
Poindexter w.is said to be confident i
that a majority could not be secured '
to overturn the senate s passage of the1
measure, but opponents were prcpor
Ing for a vigorous fight when the La-j
Follette motion is taken up.
HEARD 600 MILES,
j RADIO MAN SAYS
ROCK ISLAND. Ill , Dec. 1 7
Rock island claims to have tho
world's record long distance crow
ing rooster. His crow can be f
heard more ihan 600 miles away
While R K Karlwoa was sending
;i nrirelesfl telephone no Bsage to
Dallas, Tex is, the rooster crowed
and the operator at the receiving
end said the cock's 'morning's I
morning" was so loud it awoke
his wife and she got upu to make
FUR TRAPPERS ADVISED
TO STOP WORK FOR YEAR
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Admonition to stop!
; trapoinK in an effort to check thi 1
I rapidly declining prices of raw pelts
u.-is elven to trappers throughout th-'
world by the International Fur Ex
change. Prices of raw furs have declined un
average of 50 per cent in tho last voar j
'Albert M. Ahern, Ice president of the!
' exchange explained
"If the trappers of i his country"!
advises the circular, 'will refus,- to
trap furs this season at the prevail-1
,1ns prices they will, in our opinion
make far more money for thcmseHcs
next yeir by Retting double the f urt, !
and double the prices."
The principal cause of the lower1
prices was attributed to the strike of'
employes In the manufacturing branch
of tho industry.
SENATORS ASK MORE TIME
TO SELECT NAVAL BASE
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17. Extension
of time for reporting on an Investi
gation of sites for a new Pacific coast
naval base until January 31 It to t
asked by the senate committee charg
ed with the work, it was announced
today by the chairman, Senator Ball.
Republican, of Delaware. A report
this month wan required.
Discarded phonograph records
make excellent substitutes for bees
wax for flatirons
men and boys
let your indecision as to what to choose for him be guided by the
most complete, best selected and most accurately appointed display
of practical things that men desire. ycu'll see in this men's store
I everything that tends to augment a man's wardrebe with taste, style
Shirts Collars Cigarette Cases
Hosiery Scarfs Wallets
Handkerchiefs Belts Mufflers
J Jewelry Slippers Suspenders
Umbrellas Gloves Traveling Accessories
Waistcoats Walking Sticks Fur and Cloth Caps
Toilet Sets Silk Hats Hose Supporters
m OODKN.UTAH itd
t . j)
75c TREES $1.50
pounds walnuts . . . 75c 2 pound ,iars LiMy's mini -
! 1 dozen Sunkist oranges 25c &eat 70c
3 grape fruit 25c 1 Ia,-,-r' Heinz plum pud-
1 pound hutt.T 60c $1-00
1 medium Eteinz plum pud-
: Is Crisco 35c din8 65c
6 pounds ( nsco .... $165 11 l"ldsa m 5100
9 pounds Criaco . . . $2.45
1 pound pure loose Lard 25c TURKEYS
u pound pail lard $2.45 We will have 'turkeys for
1 pound bulk mincemeat 40c Christmas and the price will
( With the kick.) be 50c a pound
December 22-23-24 we will serve free Blue Pine Coffee
Delivery on Christmas Trees without charge.
366 Twenty-fourth, Phone 2287 2448 Washington, Phone 528
... FROM THE ...
2437 Washington Ave-
The purest, finest, most delicious candy made. Manufactured
under ideal, sanitary conditions m
charge of experts.
BIG REDUCTIONS ON ALL BOX GOODS
5-LB. BOXES only $2.25
Special Sale Clfoco- f Delicious Mixed, r
lates and Bon Bons X P Extra Fancy, per 1 5 P
per pound UUU pound only L'JU
See our elegant display of fine box goods exerything
under glass prices reasonable
ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER
Four other ,icts Three shows daily ,
2;45 7:30 9:15
Matinees, 25c, 30c. Nights J0c, '50c
Salt Lake Theatre
SALT LAKE WEEK DECEMBER 20
ORDER SEATS BY MAIL
F Ray Cbmatock nari Morris 'i'-.st Tr
sent THE WORLD'S MOST 13EAUTI
CHU CHIN CHOW
A Musical Extravaganza of the Onont
COMPLETE COMPANY OF 300
Never before In the history of the
world has such a Korgeoua and won
dcrful production been seen
Prli 08 Nights Jl. 2 (3 - I 50 u . d
j neaduy ;m'i Sftturdaj matinees $1, $
52 i0 and $3.
j I DR THOMAS
j PARKER BOYD
LECTURER AND AUTHOR
Will lecture at the
CHURCH OF THE GOOD
CH EPH ERD
Sunday at 3 o'clock
Subject Th.- Man Who Thinks"
S o clo-k on 'Applied I' .- .I
Ho ".HI I. . turc Monday and Tin
da) at the Sulld Hall at I SO and
t i 1 m. and i oiiduct -i healing clinic
I on the same days at 10 to 12 a m
Don't fall to hear this wonderful
message. Free will offering.
I NOTICE '
Not a boy or man would think
of cutting an evergreen tree from
the city parks or a private lot, yet
thty Insist upon trespassing upon
the Malan property In Taylor can
yon. which Is private property, and
molesting and destroying the ever
greens -which grow there.
The property owners have a pur
pose in leaving all evergreen trees
upon their land and ask the public
to help them in this purpose. Those
who Insist upon cutting the trees
and are apprehended will be prose''
y L M MALAN.
About 2,735.000,000 tons, of solid :
I ! matter from the world's surface
I carried annuall to tho oceans '
MRS. M. C. CROWLEY of Los
Angeles. who says Tanl.ic
completely restored her health
after everything else, even a
change of climate, failed to hc!p
her in the least
"I came to Los Angeles trying to
regain my health, but I didn't got :m PH
better, even in this wonderful climate.
until 1 began taking Tanlac," said Sirs.
M CI Cowley, w ho lives ftt 1041 South
Hill St.. Los Angeles, the other day.
"1 w.is s weak and broken down
that I was hardly able to get about ft
all. I suffered terribly after my meals
on account of my food souring and
tfat forming on my stomach, ami t
uld feel so tight that I oould hardl'
get a good breath. My appetite left
me and I w.is so nervous that I
couldn't stand the least noise and I
never knew what it was to get a good 0
"i tried dieting for more than two
years, but that didn't help me any. for
I was continually getting wores all the
time and actually lost twenty-five
pounds in weight.
"All the different treatments and EB
medicines I took failed to do me the
leasl bit "f good, and I finally came H
to the conclusion that my condition
would never be any better. kLm
I know from my personal expert
i nee v. i'h ir Hint Tanlac is a good jHj
Ine, for as soon as 1 began tak-
Ins it, I began to Improve. Why, it Liiih!
Is perfectly wonderful the way I have iB
gained fn strength, weight and every
other way, and I now feel like a dif-fc-rent
I have a fine appetite and my
nerves are in sueh perfect condition
that 1 sleep soundly every night. 1
never suffer from sour stomach and
forming after meals and, In f;i.
all my troubles have just gradually
disappeared since taking Tanlac,
I feel so thankful over my Im
provement that I am glad to have the
opportunity to recommend Tanlac to MH
Tanlac is sold in Ogden by A. R. BB
Mclntyre Drug Co. Two busy stores. IsifaJS
I 1 !
Miss H. Bearcroft
Tells How Cuticura
" When I was a child I was both
ered with a sore eruption on my head 1
f It ias as large as a quar
, terand had a scale on it,
i-V? and every time I ran the
f comb through my hair it
W would about set me crazy.
7 At times it would burn I 1.
something fierce and
caused me much pain. I
was aiso bothered with pimples and
blackheads on my face. The pimples
Would festc and burn, making me
" I began using Cuticura Soap and
Ointments ad after a little the burning
almost immediately stopped. When
I had useJ the Cuticura Soap and
Ointment for a week I was healed."
(SigDedi Min3 Harriette Bearcroft . 928
W S.xth St., L03 Angeles. Calif.
Make Cuticura Soap, Ointment and
Talcum your daily toilet prepara
tions and watch your skin improve.
eopi.Iebrr..b-MQ AddffWi "Cmor. Lb
ortrlt XUp: H, Kaldtfl 48, Man " -ol.J "err-vli.-
BOBpZ " nlrrcnl -J3 and r l -um 3c
1 Cuticura Sop havct without mu
I Where You Think H
I that you cannot take I
I cod-liver oil, the
I evidence is clear that
you have not taken I '
j I recently. It's as rich I
8 as cream' on,y
j fif more easily as- 2
1 mTA simiated and is I
I J J&- pleasant to take.
! ILjcAitft Powi,f Blp mfield k , vvs B
For Expectant Mothers
Used By Three Generations
I nr roa BOOKLCT on MOTNC RHOOO AMO TMf BA L r f . r t Pfl
t"""'t"1 Toui-ATOB Co.. Dcpt 5-D Atlaiit. '
I SMITH BROTHERS I
one in your mouth at bedtim
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