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; SEN INSPECT"
JAILS IN OGDEN
Investigation Reveals Appar-:
ent Neeri for Detention i
Home, They Said
111 Ogdn Jails were declared obsolete, i
unhealthful and Insanitary by a com-,
mlttee of Ogden club women, follow
ing' an Investigation.
HPi No blame has been placed on of-
''. j'j flcials In charge of the Jails. No qucs-'
tion has arisen regarding th" prupu
upkeep of the Jails.
The Investigation was started some
lime ago, by a committee of clubwo-i
man. Suggestions to county and city
officials regarding Improvements at1
both Jails were made. Some of thi
suggestions were complied with. It la
Mfc Complaints agalnjt ihi- treatment
of Juvenile offenders held In Jail Wt rt
made and officials took steps to alle
viate the conditions as far as p
The 1 esttgntlon, according to th-
jl women, brought out one thing, that
rmi Jffden stands In need of a detention
homo for the express purpose of car
ta for Juvenile whose presence In
jail Is made necessnry by some act of
indiscretion or crime.
j W 11 h asserted that the state law pro
vides that cities the size of Ogden
--V'.f. should have a detention horn.-, .sun-
"u.ini.iiiieu in'1 rny mid
county. Thus far thla section of the
law has not been compiled v. ith and
as the result. Jtivenll off.iui.ru ....
either imprisoned in the cltv or coun
ty Jails or are committed to the state
Industrial school The latter ig un
satisfactory the women .-.ti.i, by rea
son of the fact thai In many mtanr
es the offense does not warrant such
severe punishment Th.- nam.- .,
i f fense. however, they said, might war-
rant a month s or three months" sen
ence in a detention homi
111 Order Rearrest of
Hi Italian Storekeeper
A bench warrant was Issued for tho
arrest of Fred Bello. Italian store
keeper of 152 Twenty-fifth street, who
was arrest, ri yesterday on a chance (Jf
having intoxicating liquor in his pos
session, by Detectives C. E Noble Ed
Butterflcld and Patrolman James
SSET 1 ta,id 10 Pear before
JH R Robert in tho oity court
His ball which amounted to $50 was
declared forfeited and he was ordered
W Brisk Sale of Cattle
at Ogden Stockyards
i ji-M cattle McCTur- Angeles. C car. 6f
hogp" FranC,!,CO Pack,nS Co.. 2 car, of!
; !' cau'le" Psr,e- nclsco 1 car of
f" car8,'dcCant,PmCk,n'r Co.. U
Fox Keller. Ogden, 1 car cattle
i(ry JbT ' L- Angles. 6
COME in todav and ask requires only a small
how There's still Christmas outlay. It dis-
tinie to act a New Edison tribute the balance through
for Christmas, and make J 921, in such a way that
the family supremely you'll never feel the pay- '
-iiappv Our Budget Plan ments.
PROUDFIT SPORTING GOODS CO.
(z7 Twenty-fourth and Hudson Avenue
J University men of Ogden enjoyed an
evening dinner and dance last evening,
iwhen the second of a series of parties
was given by the University club.
Dinner was served at th Weber club.
A musical iirogram was Riven by Miss
M iry l'urmley. Miss Helen Hunter,
Mrs. Don Benson and .Mrs. Hen Tyree
Short address were given by John Cul
ley. President John A Junk, Wade M.
John, Colonel G. A. Bond and A. R
1 Hey wood. Covers were laid for sev
jenty. Don Beason was In charge of the
dinner. Wade Johnson in charge of the
dance following tho dinner and Dr
Uelnhold Kanzler was general chalr-
man. Ii-ollowlng the .'.inner, t lie mem
bers were escorted to the University
club, where dancing was enjoyed.
On &it unlay the second smoker for
the University members will be held.
Captain Smith of the Siberian Engi
neer corps will be present, and will
'give an address. Superintendent Karl
Hopkins and Rev. I E " n -, r wl. 1
also speak University men of Ogden
are tided ;) n mi itatlon
Stake Presidency to j
Visit 5th Ward Sunday
The Weber stake presidency and
members of the birch council will meet
with members of the Fifth ward Sun
day Priesthood meeting will be held
at 9 a. in. Sunday school at 10.25
a m Sacrament meeting 7 p. m AH
members of the w.ird ure urged to be
Men Caught in 'Still'
Raid Held for U. S.
Charged with operating a still in vio
lation of the federal prohibition act.
Cosmos Sotor. Alex Ernse and Thomas
Dometratos hae been placed in the
county Jail to be held for goernment
prosecution. The men were taken to
the Jail this morning upon orders of
Aqulla Nobker, United States mar
shal. They are charged with tho op-
I eration of a still confiscated Tuesdu
at Reese, Utah.
Bail of Ernse and Domrtrates has
been set at f 1500 and Sotor's bonds at
J 1000. None of the men have yet
Man Arrested; Says
Woman 'Vamped' Him
Thillip Krontz, 2S years old, of
Washington avenue appeared
before Judge D R. Roberts this morn
ing on a statutory charge. Krontz,
a switchman, was arrested yesterday
afternoon by Detectives W. A. Jones
and L. L. I..etz.
Krontz, St is said bv the police,
claims to have been "vamped," while
the woman In tho ease recites a dif
ferent story. The woman Is marrii d.
Preliminary hearing for Krontz was
set for December 24. Krontz' bail
was fixed In the sum of J250.
NEW YORK SILVER.
NEW ark. Dec. 17 Bar silver, do
mestic, unchanged; foreign 64c.
Mexican dollars unchanged. ,
XEW YORK Dee. 17 Tin itead spot
and nearby $34.00; futures $35. 60. "55 . 75.
Other metals unchanged.
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3 DELj!i1 DEUVEE XMAS
MORNING I MORNING
I - EXTRA
1 SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PIANO SALE
IT WILL DEFY ALL COMPETITION
Starting tomorrow and continuing all next week we will close out our entire stock of high-grade
pianos and player pianos at startling reductions No better pianos are on the market today
than we carry All popular high-grade makes
I HLRES YOUR CHANCE.
To Get In on Two Big Offers
OfFllR No. 1 OFFER No. 2
Strictly h.gh-grade Straight Pianos in any desired Cons.sts of our ent. re line of fine Player Pianos.
. finish, worth double elsewhere. Out of the high Fivc different makes to select from, with every mod
rent district; no big overhead, Is why we can make j 6rn altacnment, in all popular woods. Some of these
you these special pr.ee. Regular $500 t oaa l?9" Playrs wou'd C06t dwhere double
and S600 Pianos go in this sale at only $390 ' ' "Si?" f! qU,Ck Chnstmas
. ., . 1 'M'wv on eaey terms If desired, all must go ArAn
And on easy terms, if desired at only Ib9U
iR Y MF MRF K WE CHARGE NO INTEREST j
I XV-L1-L1X1JJ-vlV MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS j
COME EARLY AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE MARVELOUS REDUCTIONS
I J. M. PANT0NE & SON
Twent-Ninth and Hudson Ave.
I Our Big Cut Rate
Has all Ogden talking No better values can be found any
where. If you ever needed a suit or overcoat, hat, shoes or
furnishings, now is the time to buy these while our big cut rate
sale is in progress
MEN S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Extra special lot of Men's and Young Men's Lvi
Overcoats made to order. Just a few left. HVV
Worth $65 00 and $70 00 While they last only , $P
$35.00 Suits or Overcoats $17,50 dlw-'fflWhi
$40.00 Suits or Overcoats .$22.50 ViSilKS
$45.00 Suits or Overcoats . $25.00 SSWtlBk
$50.00 Suits or Overcoats $27.50 SflVs
555 00 Suits or Overcoats $30.00 VlflfwS
$60 00 Suits or Overcoats $32.50 ff ,i
WORK GLOVES . ,- i,
$125 values 65c TBIL V'lWSf'v
MITTENS $1.00 values . ... 69c T'
HANDKERCHIEFS H 'ffl
15c values lOc M
WOOL SOX Vf'
"R&RT en cashmere all wool sox, the Vi
B5r most durable made. Regular $1 A( A
values in this sale only. . 65c ll
I Regular 75c extra heavy vool I
sox, only 39c I I
MEN'S SLIPPERS MEN'S TIES J$p
Fine gift'. tor rhe Ideal gift for .tv??Si 1
Chrlttmas. i2 50 Christmas Select
on'y 9&c them here In this sale.
nw. m 1 Hundred: to chooie UNION SUITS
from as low as 35c and Men's extra fine
WOOL SHIRTS UP quality all wool
Men's heavy wool mnuruii union suite. Regu-
shlrts J3.50 and 55 DRESS SHIRTS ,'lr, 53,50 values
valu'-o, In this, i.ilc Tne ,nmous Monarch Sa,lu prlce
only 52.25 brand In a wide varl- J"lv, Jf1:7?
t2 50 and $3 work ety of patterns to se- Mn ,,ne "n fn
ihlrte . . $1 45 ect from. Regular l bbed, un,on s"'1
mlmmm and $3 50 values. Sale valu,;8 52-25
price only . ?1.75 MFWi chofc
MEN'S SOX Regular $1.50 to J2.00 - M,E.N SHOES
mtiN o owa valuer onlv 95c 3ne lot of men's shoes
Extra tine quality in vaiue., on. wqq n button and ice
all colors. Per box. jg seecton t0 choose
one dozen, only Z 25 OVERCOATS from. Some values up
Regular 35c dress sox Jutt received a big to $6 and 18. While
pair . ... let shipment. Z valuec. they last, sale price
50c values, pair . 24c union made, only $1.75 only $3 25 and up
256 25fh Street
Martha Home to Care
for Barker Children
hiiriron r. Mrs I,i.ura Barker, wilt
be cared for at the Martha society
home, according to a report received
oday from the juvenile court
Mrs Barker, charged with firnt Ue
prpe murder, is at the county Jail
Her three children, a girl 14, two
toys. one 12 ;md the other 9, have
been In charge of an aged woman at
a rooming hotiHo on Twenty fifth
itreel nrhich v. .is operated by Mrs.
Barker. Three days ago the woman
who was talcing rare of th.- children
I became 111 and is unable to care for
them longer. The daughter, and a
girl friend. 16 years old, essayed the
task of caring for the younger child
ren. The matter was called to the attcn
j tion of the juvenile authorities and at
I Mrs Barkers rsQUest the children
I were turned over to th'- .Martha so
j . lety home.
I Deaths and Funerals
WESBlitSR Funeral services for
Joseph H Wesaler, son of Joseph E.
and Mabel Wessler, who died at Reno,
Nev , will be held at 2 o'clock Sun
iu at the home of the grandfather
Henry Wesslsr 331 Twenty-third
street. The body may be viewed at
the home from 1 o'clock until the
time of the funeral.
THOMPSON- Funeral servn.es for Wil
liam sfeCrea Thompson were held yester
day at 2:30 o'cloek at the Klrkendall fu
neral ehapel rt.- John Edward t.aror
officiated. Int. lent was In the Moun
tain View cein.
GNADL Anton Qnadi 38 ears old.
died at a local hospital yesterday. Ha was
i horn In Bavaria, und has been a resident
I of the United States for the past fourteen
years. He had been living In Ogden only
for the past month. The body was taken
In charge by Klrkemtall s and announce-
inent of services will be made later.
Hold Assembly Students of the Ogden j
litb'h school held an assembly prior to the
1 nooo hour today Two boxing contests
i between four students of the school Wl rt
I features of the assembly The sophomore
dance this ovenlng In the school assem
bly was also announced.
"U" Club Dance The second dance of
l tho season for the Unherslty club was
I held at the K. of r hall last evening.
' More than 3VU were present. Brlor to
I the dance the member.! of the Club, to
gether with their wlvus, were entertained j
at a banquet at the Weber club
BOUWHUIS Kuneral services fori
Christian Bouwhuia Will bo held Mon- I
day at 1 o'clock In the Blndqulst fun
sral chapel. The body may be viewed ,
Saturday. Sunday and Monday at the
chapel. Interment will be In the Og-
den City oeinetery,
POWJBiRS Funeral services for A.I
tliur D. Powers, wilt be held Sunday,!
at 1 o'clock In the Hoope-r meeting
bOUSS. Bishop J, B. Betis will offi
date Flowers may be left at the
Llnduulst funeral ehaoel until 10 i
o'clock Sunday. Interment will be In
tho Hooper cemetery.
HODflON. Funeral services for Mrsi
Susana Hudson will bo held at 1 p. m
Sundtiy In the Marriott ward meeting-
house. The body may be viewed this'
vonlng Saturday and Sunday, until
12.30 p. m at the homo In Marriott.
Intertnent Will be In city cemetery.
Weber Floral furnishes the flowers.
The total annual rainfall upon all
tho land of the globo amounts to
nearly 30,nno cubic miles I
S I. S. Trustees Hold
Monthly Meeting Here
The regular monthly meeting of the
trustees of the state Industrial school
was held yesterday afternoon In the
school building. Those present were
Postmaster George e Browning, o
E. Browning. Ted Abbott and Walter
Although an Invitation was extended
to the Salt Lake members of the
trustee board, they were unable to at
tend Regular business came before
Closing Program at
Sacred Heart Tonight
Formally closing school for the holi
I days the students of the primary dc
jpartrnent of Sacred Heart Academy
Will give a play this evening In the
Ischool auditorium entitled. "Santa
Appearing on the same program will
be the Sacred Heart orchestra while
the Junior department will give th. m
Christmas Carol song. School will bo
closed for the holidays to remain
closed until January 3.
BILL AGAINST DUMPING
FARM PRODUCTS DRAWN
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17 A bill de
signed to prevent the dumping of
I principal agricultural products In this
count rv was agreed on todav bv tho
special committee appointed todav by
tho conference of Republican and
Democratic representatives from the
agricultural states. Representatives
XVUhjJ, of North Dakota, chairman of
the committee, unnounced that tho
measur.- would bo reported to the con
fereneo Monday for adoption and urg
ed for Immediate passage by the
Tho bill woiUd impose higher duties,!
particularly on grains, meat and wool
and would rmaln In force for oiif voar
during which revision of the entire'
tariff system by congress Ik expected.
WriSKt's m I
Tomorrow In The j I
I Cotton Corner 1
I Few people know what a lot of handsome )
jj gifts are offered in the Cotton Corner, j I
s Ready to use fancy towels, towel sets, bed !
I spreads, etc. See the special offerings for j ft I
!j tomorrow all day. Ill
I I Fancy Cases Plaid Dress Goods
9 Scalloped and embroidered pil Plaid dress goods. 36 lnche-
low ca-ses in nice Christmas -ide for school dresses, skirts, 9
I boxes, made of the very best of etc. good assortment. nr i
if material, sizo 45x36 djn or Regular $i 15 values. ard 5DC I
I?3 10 values . s
Bed Speads Fancy Pillow Cases
15 ?7 95 white Batlo bed spreads, Beiltand and embroidered pil j
(In Rood large else, heavy weight. low CS(!S made of lhe v"y best ft
with plain hem. Sood quality J"a rla1' g1 or colored em
Special for this dCOO broy- Regular J4 25 rfofir
Towel Sets Heavy Bath Mats !
t Fancy towel set9 in boxes con- Heavy bath mats in dark and jj
sisting of one bath towel, one medium colors, oriental designs. B
face toTiel and one wash cloth, clc- Regular 5 25 in 3 1
(in pink, lavender, blue t 1 rr values J).0 t
fi0ln?175r'T . 1 Satin Spreads
IOCailOpeU lOWdS Large white satin bed spreads,
Scalloped and embroidered scalloped with cut corners, extra I
IC Turkish bath towels in good ieav weight. Regu d 1 1 rn H
I large size, all colors. Regular lar $13 25 value. j)ll.t)v f
! S $195 Large Wool Batts
j Large Bath Towels b. I
z Large plain white Turkish bath for a quilt in one tfOAr 2 I
ft towels, heavy weight Regular pitce
! each... 50c Eiderdown
Bath Towels 36 ,ncn ray Eiderdown double
1 $1.35 large Turkish bath towela faced for bath robes, bed shoes, I M
j with fancy colored borders, also elc" Rllar J1 85 $1 K
checks, stripe and embroidered XQ ,e ' !FiSsU f
i Sl ,,al qc:r Eiderdown M
cil 36 inch double faced Eiderdown ,
Large SheetS for baby's coats, carriage robes. z
(Large sheets, slxe 81x90. made Dd shoes, etc in light blue, ft
of good sturdy mublin with deep Regular J1.5S tf 1 1Q 1
plain horn. Regular rf 1 CQ value P 1.17 f i
J V U l f- i Daylight Cases J
AprOn jtingliam Bnvelope day cases for pillows,
ft Best standard apron gingham iu in boxes, one pair in ach box
f all the j;ood Checks, In blue wiXH v. hue embroidered daisies
brown and red R. Liilai r with ellow center CtCOft i '
ft :T.c . alnes ard 10C ?7 25valnev tO.j"
WE SAVE YOU MONEY AND J
WE SAVE YOUR SOLES 19
We save you money and your sole by using good materia.
Bring your old shoes to us and we will make them new. We
are able to handk all kinds of ladies and men s work 1
LADIES' HAND-TURNS A SPECIALTY
All work done by experts at modern pricea.
Mail orders given special attention All work guaranteed.
A trial will convince you.
Champion Shoe Repairing Factory
362 Twenty Matt Leonetti. Prop, j ll
GR1 EM it' VOW PASUS
' ATHENS. Dec 17. Reports from
I Thrace today state that General Zym-1
brakektfl in command of the Greek I
army in Thrace, had delivered an in- j
uraenl speech ir OrnlanoplS and then
left with seventy officers for Con-)
stntlnople. Ths official explanation,
of tho Incident la that General Zym
brakakls tried to start a roulutlon,i
but failed. The new command r
named to succeed him is General
COUGHS UP 0. D. WOOL
CARRIED BY HUN BULLET I
BOULDER, Colo.. Dec 17. Gcorffs
PavlB, of Red Lodge. Mont , a gov- I
eminent vocational student at the 4
University of Colorado, today coughed
up two pieces of "O. D." wool that
had been driven into his lungs in H
France by Hun bullets, thereby end- jV
Ing a four-day coughing spell. H