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I 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVEN1NG,UECEMBER18J920 tf.
I DEMOCRATS M
I William J. Bryan Says He Has
I High Opinion of Presi
fl MAKION. Olilo, Doc. 18. In anoth-
H v act of conference! today, I'rtfci
mWM dMt-cIfct HardliiK hoard advice on
mWM tho two subjects which for tho present ;
bulk l.trpcst in his mind. Ihr cholCb
ot a cabinet and the formulation of
H :in association of nations.
On the proposal for an association I
of nations, which has taken more defrj
H Inlte Coriti ;iv a result of h; i onsulta
ti.nK. here, ho aaln conferred with
Senator Janus A Reed, of Missouri, n
Democrat, who took n leading part In
the ftk'ht of tho Bonule irreconcilable
afainst the Versailles league.
Another on tho president-elect a
(appointment list was Dr. Nicholas
Butler, of New York, a student f n
tern.itionul law and advocate ot
ratification of the ydrsalllei treats
H with reservations.
iiany M. 1 a ugitert . convention
HI manager for Senator Harding and
fl the (Miieago com
of In. liana, in charge of the Ropubli
H can p. takers' bureau during the cam-;
paign wore callers whose confenn
were understood to concern cab-
VKHfltRDAVK MF4 HNCi.
H Friday, three conspicuous
H William Jennings Bryan. James W.
H Gerard and James A. Kecd. .ind asked
H Ing a program behind which the na
H AH three came as invited guests of
H the preslHeht-cIect and their consul
H tattom with him wore surrounded
I With an air of warm cordiality. After-
II ward Mr. Bryan, taking tin lead in
ll pressing gratification at the day's de
l velopmenls, declared his faith Mr.
Maiding a an honest a id consclen
H tlous public servant whom whole
H would trust.
IJH AN HOP!
H The forme:" ol .'a:.' an-
noil need that he had hima dl
H with tlx on
H "fundamental. In
H Dr. Gerard, former
H last campaign with
H the lcniocraHc r.allonnl cmniittev
H Joined with Mi.
H satisfaction at the ci-
H at Ion of nations
H Senator Keed
H the outline of an
H fore hftn by thi eel. but
I declared himself d lighted in .; one so
H Irreconcilably opposed th.
H sullies covenant and to foreign en-
H tanglemanta .
H invited to .Mr Harding
H None of them would dis. es jn ! -
H subjects in 1 1 h
H known that something mort
thsn a scattered collection of surges
H lions were offered foi th. i. scrutiny, it
it understood thai itlthough Mr.
j djltg's plan 8 1 i 1 1 I: i implvto,
HI - with h
H be practicable and acci ptablo to the
H In all of his conferences from
sought with a view p. thai
plan and ascertaining Imw f u it may
be expected to have popular support.
Ii, Ins talks. Mr. Harding Is under- i
Blood to have declared a partloulaor
tha.t In the end. the proposal
should have n tinge bf partlslanshlp.
GO TO CHURCH
After his conferences with Mr.
Bryan, ihi' president-elect accompanied;
his gQest to a meeting of the laymen
.r the Marion Presbyterian churehfj
and delivered from a flag-drnped pnl
pit a short .-ernion on tho needs for a
national re-consi ruction to the rellgr.i
loua tenets of the fathers. He declar
ed that In the presenl world tumult
and in the search for 'way to end
year, no element va so much needed
av a dc p-soated religious ,fnlih.
I don'i Intend to come as1 :he fin
est example of what we ought to bo"
said Mr. Harding, but i rejoice in
the Inheritance of a religious belief,
and i don't mind saying that I grave;
j go to Odd Almight) tor guidance
imi.i strength In the responelbillUef
that arc coming to me."
in the suggestion that the associa
tion ol nations plan he divested of
ail partisan color, th.- Vresident-olOol
found himself in perfect accord with
Mi Bryan, who made an active fight
.. i.. i p i M- i ague issue out of the re
cent campaign, advocating acceptance
of the Kepuldlenn reservations after ll
became apparent that unreserved rat
ification was impossible. It was not
revealed, however, What pan yiy, Bry
an recommended for the Versailles
fovenunt in the new association plun.
i believe that Mr. liarding i" not
onlj a.i luces; and conscientious
man." said .Mr. Bryan, after the con
ferehce, "bul I believe he is .i man
whose whole purpose la to do whai he
nolle VQs Is best for the American peo
file. I h DOl expenled, of Coni .
that eyorj bodi will itfree as to wlmi
Is best but I believe that if a man
wants to do that and if that is all. of
his purpose, th. people win trust inn.
and be hopeful."
The former secretary was lunch
i eon guest aj the Harding home and
Senator Keed was entertained bi tin-
iir. slil.'.ii .. liM-r ..nrl Mrs. Vliirdimr at
dinner, and remained In confer nee In
Mr. Harding's office until latest night.
a one of me bitterest Democratic p
ponents of many of President's i 1 1 -
hs, dad us a leader In the fight
against the Versailles treaty, the Mis
souri senator spoke tor an element
hitherto unrepresented In the Marion
Mr. Gerard, although invited here
t.i ili:eus,s' the ."ssuiia.inn plan In Ihc
light of h exp. i lenees during the war
at tin: (ie.ma.i capital also jneaented
n plea in behalf of the American com -mittee
t ; ti e Independence of Ar
menia. Mr. Harding made a close
stuay of the Armenian situation sev
eral months ago as head of a senate
foreign relations aub'COtnintttee and
Sir. i . r, said he expressed Inter
set in steps for Armenian relief and
Other callers on ih? president-elect
during the day included Harry M.
Dougherty, his pve-cbnventlbn man
:.;:e: ; J:;m-s A. Darden, New York,
another active pre-cenvention support
er, and lames Spayer, the New York
My. Dougherty rccpnil) h:us been Ui
coipnultattou .with Republican leaders
In the east and Is uudervtood to have
brought Mr. Harding considerable in
formation and advice about cabinet
appointments and other subjects. Mr.
Speyer discussed conditions in Mexico
where he has large ou islanding loans.
SAYS IT FIRST AXI SAYS JT LAST
Carrie O. H.ur -1, aiy .Nicholson St.,
Nortoik. Va wrltee: "I'll tell any-
: I ody that Foley's H:.e and Tar
la ail right, it did me all the rod.
I bald it first and I'll say it last."
Thousands of bottles f this reliable
remedy were bought laj.t week by
careful moihcra so as to be prepared
to hecs uuhs. colds and c:oup at
! the beginning. It acts almost instant
ly, cuts phlegm, soothrs raw, irritated
mpmbravu si ps tickllhg In throat.
. Scld everywhere. Advertisement.
mi to Gef More
Homes, Forum Topic
i ontinued i "rom Page nc
experiences as a hbusi teeker In g-1
den to back tip ins statement that
bousing wtas an Imporlajol question In
this cliy ' J
William J. Blackburn Bald in his;
opinion the housing question was more
pressing than the hotel malt'. r.
At this point Chairman Waitls de- i
I dared thai tin board had been irork-j
ing oil thi hotel question, for tnonths
I and the board recently rejected one ;
j proposition because it meant thai the
hotel would not he strictly an Ogden
owned hotel. He concluded With the
We hope very soon to have some- I
thin going, a proposition that will!
prove Bsvtlsfai tory."
L. s. Hodgson, architect, said he
waj In fftVOr of a new hotel but he:
thought that in the discussion of the1
need new hotel an Injustice I
was don. to the owners of hotels al
ready in operation here. Me said the
Impression should not go out that!
' (t;.l. n does not have hotels. He men-j
tioned that the Reed hotel was plan-
nipg tb enlarge Hs ilimnc room to he I
j In ii position to handle banquets of
.on i n Ions.
SMOKE M l B M
John cull. prbposed thai the
ihal. loern of the snioKe nio-anee be
1 one of the open forum problems to
Joseph storey urged thai Ogden be-J
; bin at once to plan tor an automobile
' show. He tendered the use of a build- j
! ing for s-.'ch :i show, rent free.
I John s. Levis, jeweler, urged Hut
the croup prpefed to organize. He j
said such a group could accomplish
i wonders. He predicted there would be
I a new note In r BO on. but he said
the epy should not forg't the good
! service being rendered by the Ri ed
' and the Healy hotels.
BamVtel Martin, secretary of I'alne
.v Hurst's, said a better Qgdep should
! mean a h..ppi r Ogden. He urged the
1 weekly half holiday.
In Connection with the organlr.a
I tion of the forum there wen other
addresses by members, including Pi T.
I Wright, manager of Wright's. George
Glen, of tih-n Bros.-Roherts TMano
company; A P. Blgelow, cashier of
I the 'imieii Slate bank; A. P. .Merrill.
local manager of the I'tah Power &
Light company, and others.
JAMTOn, MADE RICH BY
INHERITANCE, LOSES JOB
:;alii:n. .Mass, Dec. 18. William
i: Hansen, who Bay! he is lnlr to a
quarter Of a minion dollars lost his job
I as Janitor in a drug store Friday
becau e of the gudden popularity that
i followed announcement of his inhcrl
II. said that ho had determined to
get away from the maddening crowd
1 by finding work a u titis ple-Jacg, but
had been forced to compromise by get
ting a job as a roofer's helper. There
he honed to be entirely Otrt of reach
of telephone calls, mail carriers and
I matrimonial adventuresses during
I working houis. He asked his new
' boss to assign him to the highest
building In the city.
Fincc Hansen announced that he
1 had received word that lie was heir
j to one-seventh of the estate of James
i Moore of Chicago, an uncle, the i.
j phone bell In the store has jangled
I much the day. postmen have dellv
1 er. d bulky mall and callers, claim
ing relationship have left him no lim
for his broom and shovel. He Maid
he had agreed with his employer that
; be was not giving his janitor Job fuh
attenMon( but that he Intended to
j Keep working somewhere.
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H $5 Down J
H z Month f: j
I Purchased here, the Hoover or an
I HHL ff r vg other electrioal appliance is baekcii bv
J BMByfell rrt Jbs ' :!'S. l1ic sPccial Utah Power & Light repair &gg
I ,'; l ... ' ' -'T--'J 'I mo i an ele tricaj ill for every f . J
j BPVfcJj member of the family.
jj HflsmMw ta7 WptlSj FOR FATHER FOR SISTER K. "i
3) w-' t: l ' i i 'at lint? Iron HbHsV
1 HFJ 5jm Rav trr" 1'l.utrir Auto J'n UI. trie t'huflnK
" 7 (Jrf Kill-
i Fvfl sVnA X I "Merry i H . s..winp k
WmmrJL rhHtmiV -iv Fon cn3Efl- 'n.- I
WSmM9JSJ bill i.nui WtkjMwm i diun P $
i mmwHeKv ElectricaUy ; ..' ,Hr!ori, , for mother- HEb
j I J UW VdLtt Hlectric Ucsk Unn , , anal mtxP'tii
j WbX&fi tlm FOR THE CHILDREN Kit trl I i
.19 ,i ' .f -,.:. t. . ti 'I-..-. Ti.iii. i-'.i .pi. i IbIRH
J jHHlBRU F.l. rtiir Toy Ranee Klcetrl. .1: lor fS'r
.1 ,B"gslr ftMtlv'Bk jkShm r
H ':' Biiug- the children to see Santa and ! s L:. ' A
a HVjH St9fkSStiBmWMm reindeer on display our sales-
M g iim mumm m n iiMngBBiwk Public Service" y'-r&sattrtrv
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WE WILL PAY 1 1
$i 00 j
For Complete Copy of
December 25, 1919
Bring to The
TREASURY HOLDS TAXES
WILL BE PAID AS USUAL
W ASHINGTON'. Dec. 1 8 Theusury
officials declared lust night thai there,
was . veiv indication thai cplleetloiH
,,( the I e. ember IT, Installment ot
Income and profits txex would a-.
proximate Secretary Houston's cstl- ,
mate of 1150,000,000, notwithstanding
reports of the Inahlllty of individuals
and orporatlons In various parts of
the country to meet ih Ir obligations.
Up to Thursday njght, a total ot 1
$460,000,000 had been reported as col-!
lectod and officials asserted that 1 Fri
day's returns probably would atld an
other ? 100.000,000.
Many unofficial reports which have
estimated defalcations In tax pay- j
mcnts. have heen. to a groat extent, j
ozaggeratad, in the opinion of treasurj
officials. Heturns bo Fai do not Indi
cate ;iny heavy xhorlaRe, it was stat-
Tho regular anruai meeting of the
shareholders of the CptpnT n .1 Na
tniiial hank of i.'Kdcn. I'tah. will he
held at their hanking rooms. Tuesday. I
January 11. lyl at 3:30 p. m. for the
purpus-e of electlilK ot fleern serve'
for the enauiiiK yeur and the transl
action of such other business ;it may
properly come before the meeting.
Dated, Ofden, I'tah, December 1J, '
K A. MOYES,
BANKER FALLS TO DEATH
FROM 10-STORY ViINljV:
I NICW lORK, l'ec 1 . Edward V
I Gainbier, former vice president of the
I Atlanta- National bank of the City of
'.New urk last night fell or Jumped I
from his office on the tenth floor of
i tho hank building at o' Ihoadwa
i and was Instantly killed.
At the open window of his office.
I police found a chair on whleh rested i
a camera, whleh led them to believe
that he may possibly have been tak
; Inj? a time exposure of the lighted
buildings on lower Mroadway and lost
his balance and fell. ' n the long
I plunge to the street, the body struck
and broke a flappolo at the third
DUN'S REPORT GIVES
xi'w YORK, Dec. it. Dun's today
I says the signs of betterment in bust-1
j tu s, U outnumbered by the unsatis
factory features, arc becoming more
distinct. A change is seen in certain'
primary textile branches, where thej
movement Is freer. ?nd Home buyers In
the leather trade are showing renewed
lintercst Whether the indications of i
i Improvement marl, a definite turning,
point in thy linos affected is not clearl
I at the moment but the symptoms are
That a solid basis for recovei- exists
llS a COnVlctlofl strengthened by the
I'Aeek's ie; estimates, dlsclosln nn-
I usually abundant harvests and the
powerful bunking resources and better
i transportation facilities are important
constructive factors. W'ceklv bank!
The regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the First National
bank of Ugden, I'tah. will be held at
their banking rooms at 2384 Washing
' ton aenue on Tuesday, January 11.
MH21, at 11 o'clock a. ni for the pur
pose of electing directors to serve for
' the ensuing year and the transaction
I of such other business as may prop
erly come before the said meeting.
Dated Ogden, rtah. December H.
JAMES F. BURTON, I fcshlei
U. S. SHIP IN DISTRESS
EAST OF CAPE HATTERAS
NEW YOlK. Dec 18. The Ameri
can schooner Jano Palmer, Newport
News to BuenOS Aires, is in distress
I about GOO miles east of Cape llat
tcras. according to a wireless dispatch
I received here today The dispatch was
sent by the steamer t'otati, which re-
I ported she was standing by to lend any
I needed assistance. A heavy storm S IS
raKlng and the disabled steamer was
1 leaking badly, tho massage said.
STATE AID IN CARE OF
DISABLED VETS URGED
WASHINGTON! Dee IS. Rccom-
memlatlons th H t tu- states assurm part
I of the care of disabled world war
veterans and for consolidation of all
federal SgSncleS dealing with ex-si rv
Ice men, were made by Director
CboJmley-JonoS of the bureau of war
! iisk insurance. In his annual report
; made public today. He urged that
! the states build hospitals and leas
j them, with option to purchase them
to t be government.
BIiAZE AT ST. PAUIj.
ST. PATJIy, Minn.. Dec. 18. Firs
whleh started hist night in a stx-story
! structure in the downtown tllstrht
I was hrought under control this morn
ing, firemen preventing the flames
I t'roni communicating tu Other builo
, ing-. The damage was estimated at
I from $150,000 to $200,000.
I Constance Talmadge "In
I Search of a Sinner," at the
'Lyceum tomorrow. See all the
big stars for a dime.
I AL H AMBR4 I 1
Am. UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE X I I
B IN HER NEWEST PICTURE 13 I
I "Lady Rose's Daughter" I I
A.n Exceptionally Fine Picture
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WILLIAM S. HA FIT vid ANN LITTLE in iscme&om. 'THE CRADLE OF COURAGE r
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE- "
Ei,2 iMJL HART; . :-
In His New Picture
I The Cradle Of Courage' I j
If you are an admirer of the artistry of William S. Hart, you should see him in his latest
H picture, "The Cradle of Courage." next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday We think this Kf
B sterling- photoplay will please you immensely.
Why? Because the theme is quite different from the usual run of Mr. Hart's screen dra- H
H mas. YouJve seen him as a westerner in most of his plays such as The Toll Gate" and
7 "Sand," for instance, but in "The Cradle of Courage" he is seen as a crook who is re- BB
frj formed through his long service in France and who on his return home, becomes a policeman B
j&j charged with the duty of bringing his former p.ils to justice. Of course, there a girl enters H
f into his life and love provides him with a double motive to go straight.
i This is a fascinating picture and every scsue has its distinct Hart punch Ann Little I
plays opposite Mr. Hart You should see thi; splendid photoplay.
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