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FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1920. OGDEN. UTAH,
: ii iii i .in i - sr.
I Churches Of City.
To Hold Christmas
ICburces of t tic dtj will observe
Christmas with programs und carol
services this evening. In the First Pres
byterian church there will be two ser
vices one by the Sunday school at .
o'clock and a mldnlghl carol service.
I RSI Mi l HODIS Ml Ki II
The tollowing hristmas program
will ie given bj the Sunday school of
ihe First Methodist i hurch tonight nt
Invocation by the pastor.
Christmas play, entitled, ' The Spir
it of Christ," by the children and
voung people under the supervision of
Mrs. J. J- Mabnr.
Special Christmas Tlu.nU-ol lenng
for the relief of the needy in Ogden,
and the Chines, famine sufferers nnd
orphan children ! Europe and Near
Christmas Pageant, portraying the
The Madona and Child, and Adora
tion of the Wise .Men.
The Announcement by the Anpels
of the BavlOur'a Birth.
The Coming 6f the Six pherdS to
Bethlehem to Worship the Christ
The Angelic Chorus, "Glory to God
in the Highest :ind on Earth, Peace.
Goodwill Toward Men."
Grand Chorus, "Joy to the World, I
the Lord Has Come
Pantomime and sons. "The Holy
Itv" Ry the Young Ladles' ciasse-s.
Leader and Director- -C M Wilton,
superintendent of Sundaj RChool
Scenery and stage selling arrunged
by H. E, Skinner of the Alhambra
l lien t re.
I Pari in
Christmas treat for the children,
and a Merry Chrlstma-s to all
FIRST I ; I ' i IS! ill R4 H
The program tonight a the N'ust
Baptist church win start at 7:3ft
Song, "Crown Him."
Scripture by Juniors.
Recitation. "Winter Brings Is
Christmas" Meh In Schufti,
Recitation. "Send Christ Every
where" Leonidns r.ut. -.
Song, "In Honor of Our King"
Exercise. "Once L'pon a Time"
Miss Velllnga's Class
Recitation. "Scarlnsr Santa Claue" '
Recitation. "A Christmas Carol"
"Sewing Bee" Mrs. Sherwood's
Recitation. "Hang Up the Baby's
Stocking" Ruth Vj rd
Recitation. "The l-ongesl pay"
Playlet, "Night Before Christmas." j
- Song, "Joy to the World."
FIRST PRESB1 I I Rl N m R H
Christmas i ve will be observed In i
First Presbyterian church tonight with
two services, one given bj the pupils
of the Sunday school and a service "f
music only, given by the choir at the
Christmas dawh. This last service will
commence at 1 1 o'clock and close at
twelve, the midnight hour.
The church will be richly decorated)
with Christmas greens, palms and!
flowers In addition to two Illuminated j
' hrlslmas trfs lor this- services.1
randy will ir- distributed to the schol-;
ara at the- first service
siiiida - li'ii )
Tonight at 7 o'clock prompt the
Sunday school will render the follow
ing program This Is undi r llii direc
tion of Mrs P. V Teets:
Piano selection Mar) Robinson.
Son. "Hark the Herald" Miss Mary.
Pageant. "The Wise Men" Mis
Chorus, "( h Town f Bethlehem"
Mrs. EL '". King's Class.
Tableau. "The Christmas Gift"
Miss Maus' Class
Dialogue 'Bethlehem" Mrs. H. C.
Song, 'Christmas Cradle Hymn"
The, Primary Department.
Recitation. "The Other Wise Man"
Hymn, "Bethlehem Star" The
The urogram will close with Santa
''laus and the usual gifts and CI rlst
mas tree joviality.
In continuation of the custom of
lost year the Presbyterian church will
J offer a carol service of yuletlde song
Hf tonight In the. auditorium of the
H uhurob at 11 o'clock and continuing
H until the midnight hour. For this ser
M vice the choir has made quite elab
1 oral' preparat in. i anil w ill present the
1 following hour of carols
1 Prelude, "Pilgrim's CbXSrus" Wag
B tier Miss Kllcn Coleman.
1 Three complete shows Saturday
j night, starting at 6. No seats
reserved. Come early.
I NIGHT PRICES
Children Half Price
FIVE NOVEL ACTS
I BRIDE 13
I 4 Nomands Of The North
9 Passed here on
their way mA
S9JfL KP track of
H the track:.
Quartette, 'Oh, Come u Falthful"'i
uid iatin Mrs. Ague . Warner, Mrs..
C. II. Stcens. Mr. .lam.s SI i in I'son.
Mr. Walter Stephens.
Contralto solo. "Oh, Little Town of
Bethlehem'"- -Brooks-Hedner Mrs, C
Quartette, "Hark the A.ngels sing"
-Mrs. Warner, Mrs. Stevens.
r,;i-s solo. There's a Song In the
Air Holland-Martin Mr. Walu r
Stephens nnd chorus.
J Quartette, "it Cam Upon the Mld
' night Clear" Wallls-Sea rs
I Duet, "Away In a Manger" 'Luther
Mrs. Warner, Steven.
Quartette. "This Night With Holy
Soprano solo. "Oh. Holy Night" I
Adam Mi-s Agnes Warner and quar
tette Quartette. "J03 to Hie World Hie
(Lord Is Come," Handel
Postlude, ' Nocturn" Chopin Miss
( Ml R II Ol .l sill Fill KM
Christmas music at the midnight I
Service ChurCh of the Good Shepherd
tonight at 11:30 o'clock sharp follows.
Organ prelude. "My Heart Is Ever
Processional. "O Come All Ye
Faithful"- J. Heading.
lntroit. "While Shepherds We ohed
I Their Flocks" Traditional,
K y r 1 e E I c i s o n Woodward.
Qlorla Tlld - 'Woodward.
Gratlas Tlbi Woodward
"redo Woodw ard.
Hymn, "O Llttle.Town of Bcthle
hen" L. II. Redner.
Offertory) "It Came Fpon the Mid
night Clear" R. s. Willis.
Offertory sentence, "All Praise to
Tl." fUr. ...
Sursum Cords Wood w a rd,
Arrnus Del- Woodward.
l lened ictus Wood ward
Gloria in Excelsis Woodward.
Behedictlon Hymn. "Hark. What
Mean Those Holy Voices" Barrett.
Huet 'Miss May Hope, ami MISS
. l 'ibrsjnoe Jenkins.
'. Retrocessions!, "Hark: the Herald
j Angels Sing" Mendelssohn.
organ postlude, "Shout the Glad
: Tidings' Avison.
LI Mil U CHURCH
Christmas wnl be observed at the
Film English Lutheran church! when
special Christmas Hay services will be
held at 11 oclack In the morning.
, Friends and members of the church
will plwase note that instead of the ;
arh m it In s i , s ol previous years
scrvlcca will be held Ht the usual
morning hour : MrorshiPi The theni
fr the pastor's sermon will be: "Why
We Should Rejoice at Christmas
Tin- following Christinas music will
Prelude, "Christmas Meditation" !
Anthem', "Oh, Come All Ye Faith-
ful" NeVln The Choir.
Vocal solo. "O Little Town of Beth
lehem' Redner- -Miss Blanche Wal
berg. The Children's Christmas service
wiM be held Sunday evening at 7:30
o'clock, when the Sunday school, as
sisted by the holr. will give "The
Christmas Message." a sacred Christ:
mas eantut i comprised ' parts
Prophet ami Fulfillment depleting
the first Christmas In word and soiij;
in a beautiful and impressive way.
Thf participants Will appear In ap
propriate oriental cosluuifS and have
been faithfully rehearsing for the,
past few weeks. This is Something
different from the regular Chrlatnuu
program und v. Ii! iin..iiili"il bring
the true message to those atti-inMii;: it
The public is cordially (ovlted to at-!
Articles Filed by
Ogden Oil Concern
Indication that prOspecl nig for oil'
in the San Ilafael swell district, Fm-.
i' outit will begin soon is given'
in articles of Incorporation filed yes-1
lerday with the secretarv of state by
I the old Fmery fill company of Og
den. The company has an author
ized capital stock of $300,000 in 20-
, cent shares. J. C. Lynch is president
". A. Boyd vice president. Walter
; Smyth, secretary and treasurer, Hen
ry i'andogor.a. Frank Smyth. H. S.
Loveless and Heo Kinney, directprs.
i The company fakes over an oil and
I gas prospecting permit granted by the
government October 11. last, on sec
tions 11. 1-2. 13. and 14 in township 24
south, range 11 east, and also two
state leases, one on section 3C. town
ship 17 south, range 12 east, and one
I on section 2, township IS south, range
I 12 east.
I The last section is also included i'i
; an application for a federal permit
filed recently i L. H. stohr of this
cit;. . The Fnited Stales general land
off." i lias notified tin stale land board
of the Stohr application, and the land
j board has asked the attorney general
to defend the question A possible
j large amount In revenue to the m noola
I Of tho slate hangn on the decision of
i the courts In this case, Bhould 'It
I come to an issue.
Snow Is Promised
Ogden for Christmas
I Snow Is promised for Christmas audi
I tonight, according to the forecasM of
, the I'nlted States weather bureau j
WhiOh reached the city today. The j
I end of the present storm is not ex
pected until Saturday night ut the ear
liest, according to the bulletin.
Warmer temperatures' are predicted
for tonight with tomorrow colder. Yes-
terday's maximum temperature was
I 33 degrees with a minimum Of 21 tie-I
giees last night
Slightly more than ono inch Of mow
fell In Ogden this morning, according
i to the measurements-
The regular annual meeting of the
, shareholders of the Standard Invest
I nieiit company, of Ogden. Utah, will
I be held Wednesday, Januar t, 1921,
I at 2 o'clock p. m. at the 'offico of the
company, 2640 Washington avenue,
Ogden, Utah for the purpose of elect
ing directors and officers to serve for
in. ensuing year arid the tram-acting
I of such other business as rnaj prop-
. i l i 'iinc- before the meet h ;
; Dated, Ogden, I'tah. December 14,
HENRY T. BROWN.
I IV, J. STEPHENS, JB
LQNDON.Thesc striking busts showing how Trotzky (left), Lenin (right) look today, were made
from life by Mrs. Clare Sheridan, noted English sculptress, who has just returned from bolshevik Kuv
ski. Lenin and Trotzky jh'mmI lor lior.
MA VIS BiER
Judge Pratt Announces Con
tinuance of Trial Until
Postponment of the case o( the
slate against m.i:s Baki r nras ordered
until Moiiday morning i 11 o'doch
with the closing of yesterday after
noon's session. After several Jurors In
the case had requested to be given
their liberty at noon today Jnde A.
E. Prat! announced continuance of
thv trial until Monday.
Gertrude Baker, it year old daugh
ter Ol Mavis Baker. :.h- defendant, who
IS charerl with th.- shooting of Her
bert Hessler, was calle.l to (ho si.md
yesterday afternoon, Th" criri testified
that she. ami not her father, fired
the revolver bullet into Hessler's boelj
The pirl declared lluil she heard her
brother, Mil;, 1 1 years of asc. yell,
after Hesslcr had gone lo the Irriga
tion ditch over which Hessler krrd
Baker had trouble. t?he said she s;iw
her father run from the barn toward
the ditch and .-h- ran to the house.
While her mother was telephoning, she
testified that she procured the pistol 1
and running to th Irrigation ditch:
fired the shot at ReeslOr The girl
said shf- had heard that HesSlor might
kill her father.
Nick Baker, the Ktrl's brother wis
placed on the stand and told a Similar
story about the shooting.
Hold Funeral for
funeral nervier-; for John Isaai ti nt
were held ii o'clock yesterday at the
Hooper meeting house, Sir, Hari n
; ftC years old v. h n he dledt Hlshop
James i:. Beus officiated! The n ..i
! er ward choir sang; I he Lord Is My
Shepherd," ".n ius Lpvor "f Soul"
and "Conre I'nio .Me"; Joseph Moprs
sang i Kmnv thai Mj Redeemer
laves." Susie Singleton sang, 'flhar
My Feelings"; Qeorge and 'Wjliam
Manning sanjr ' I Heard the Voice of
Jesus falling." The speakers wer
Willi am Purrlngton. a- Green, William
iiuntfi-. John D. Hooper, W. h. Man
ning, Bishop Robert McParland and
Bishop James R. Heu?. llisr. tributes
was paid i" the Life (.!' Mr. Hart. Six
grandchildren acted ;i pall -bearers,
Interment wa, in the City cemetery,
i with Clarence Flinders dedicating the ,
Knights Templar to
Hold Xmas Services
The usual custom of the Knights'
of holding Christmas service will be
observed 10 a- m. Christmas hiy In i J -Masonic
Temple. This is a custQI i
in which all the cpmmanderles f the
United States Join In Christmas serv
ices at the same hour, the eastern j
the central comnmnderles, at 1 1
O'clock the mountain bodies at
10 O'clock and the coast bodies at 3
o'clock. In Honolulu and ih.- Philip
pines the bodies meet at the same hour
though for them it is much earlier
Services in .-,11 the eommanderle-;
are uniform and consists of refresh-:
inenls and toasts suitable to the j
thought Of the time ii 1 1 day. Plans
have been made fn- the i igd.-n Sir
Knights of El Monte Commands)
keeping the custom In full form with
all American Knights.
One Mai! Delivery
in Ogden Christmas
nc straight mail delivery through-'
out the city :uid county has been ar-J
ranged for tomorrow, according lo in-'
formation from the post office
Special delivery packages and all
parcel post matter will be delivered,
throughout tho day
The general delivery and registry
windows will bo open a( the P08l of
fice from 9 o'clock until 10 o'clock I
Reports indicate that Incoiumg mall!
for Mgden will reach its climax todav
There seems to be i -iiKht falling off
in outgoing mall, it is reported, prac
tically all parcels from Ogden having
been consigned to the mails.
Judge Roberts III; j
City Court Suspended
Because of Illness of Judge L. j :
Roberta, no session was held this
morning in tho city court. There
were a number of cases pending whli h
were continued, for the most part :
until December 27.
Judge Roberts, it is reported, is suf
fering from au acute attack of gripj..
European relief workers have ob
served that a woman can live long! r
without food i ban a man
BY PRISON MATES
! FOR UNGRATITUDE
When i 'i mi j.. Cooper, ju ears
j of age. was brought back to the
county laij last night after his
; arrest in Salt Lake yesterday, dep
uty sheriffs promptly nicknamed
the prisoner Gratitude Cooper."
The name was not given to the
in .ii with the intention that it
I should be construed as jjiveii in
the dictionary, it. In sarcasm for
, the recent actions of tho piison-
COoper recently served tune In
I ho county jail for passing ficti
tious ( lucks and with his release
he was taken in hand by "Moth
er" Montgomery, an Ogden women
who spends much of lo r time In
aiding unfortunates and ondeaV
Orlng to turn them to tho straight
an, I n i n ow pat li.
S Although every opportunity was
offered Cooper to mend his ways,
it is said that he "bit Ihe hand
tha' fed him" by forging a check
with Mrs. Montgomery's name,
lie cashed the check and went to
Sili Lake, where he was arretted
Cooper is not ;t popular per
son at the Jail for even th other
prisoners shun hint for his lin
panlona bb ;t linns.
Pupils to Take Part
in U. E. A. Exhibition
"ne hundred pupils of tin eighth
and ninth grades of the Weber coun
ts schools will take part In the pro
.grum Of the grammar grade section (rt
the i'tah Educational association, ac
cording to Supt. B. a. Fowler
Th s. students will furnish t.
choruses under the direction of Sup
ervlaor Albert J. Powell, and will ajso
recite th.o ''American Creed' t con
cert as a part of the citizenship pro
gram. They will leave for Bali take at
a. m. On the Interurban Xhurs
daj", December S0j under the direction
of Principal George H. ITowli r ol
Hooper. Principal h a. Maofarlane.
of North gMen: Principal John C
N'f ii of Plain city, ji nd Prlnolna Lu
cille J-' Wheeler of Pleasant View.
Superintendent Pooler Jilil that tho I
grammar grade section of the U, K. A. j
will be favored in having Dr. I.. D.I
Coffmaii. president of the University
of Minnesota as one of the chief,
i" Lkers at the Thursday morning a s
sion when those students appear Be
sides Dr. Coffman, two addressee will
bo uindc bv prominent I'tah educators.
Sapi. B. S. Hinckley of the State In
dustrlal School and Supt. (;. N. Child.!
Of the Salt Lake City schools, which'
promises one of the best departmental,
sessions of the entire IJ. E, A. Supt '
Ii. A. Fowler Ik the chairman of this
session for tho lf2o assembly.
The U. E. A, convention opens De
cember 2K, and runs (hree days.
The regular aunual meetiiiR of Ihe j
shareholders of tho First National
bank of Ogden. Utah, will bo held at I
then- banking rooms at 2384 Washing
ton avenue on Tuesday. Januarv 11,'
1921, at 11 ('clock a. m. for tho pur
pose of electing directors to ser've fori
the ensuing year and the transaction
Of such other business as may prop
erly como before the said meeting.
Di ted Ogden, Utah. December 11.
JAMES F. BURTON. Cashier.
S 2 1 5
H Make A
H Date For
H SATURDAY 9 to 12
h Half of the town
will be there.
Come on and join em
A. Hammon of Roy Named
Organisation of the Weber County
Farm Bureau basketball league was
completed yesterday nt a meeting held
at th' farm bureau offices in the fed
A. Hammon Of Hoy was elected pres
ident. Leroy Snooks of North ogden.
Ice president, and A. J Taylor of
It was decided that the league WOUld
I" divided Into two .separate classes
"A" clafs to bo composed of the older
boys, ii ml It" cla.vs to be composed of
t h- j ounser chaps,
A schedule for the "A" class was
arranged, ami a schedule for the "B" i
division of the league will be former!
:ii a meeting to be held during the
early part of next week
The SChedtile for ,'A" league could
not be arranged specifically so far
', as dates were concerned. It was de-'
teCDllned, however, that each town m
the league could h.-iM- q ball at their
j disposal on a CS.rtaln night of the week.
The achedule does not show the date
i the tunics, merely the week dui - I
Ipg which the s.i"ie will be played.
In V" league; halls will hi at the
lispci-jl of ihe folb)wlng teams on
ihe following days of the week.:
"Union. W'-dncHdav; Hoy, Saturday ; !
North Qgfitn, Friday; Rleasoht View,
The first game of the season will be
held between Pleasant view and North
Ogden and will bi played Monday
n gh1 al tho Pleasant View hall.
The schedule for the remainder of
tin- Ramcs, Is as follows:
December -i. Clinton vs. Roy at j
January 1. North ogden vs. Clin
ton a t Norl h gden.
January l, Roy vs. Pleasant View at
January 2, Pleasant View vs Clin
tOO at Pleasant View.
January I, North Ogden vs. Hoy at
January 3. Roy VS. 'Union al Hoy.;
January ::. North ugden vs. Plas-1
nut View al Pleasant View.
i tnuury 4. Clinton vs. North Ogden
at i 'Union.
Januarj I, Pleasant View vs. Kov at
Kebruary I, Clinton vs. Pleasant!
View at Clinton.
February 1, Hoy vs. North Ogden at I
Clinton. Wednesday nights.
R03 Saturday nights.
North Ogden Friday nights.
Pleasant View Monday night
Ufah fanners to
Meet in Salt Lake
More than three hundred represen
tatives ol Ihe various cunning com
panies Of ihe state together with their
friends will attend the fourteenth an
nual convention of the L'tah Canners
association at Salt Lake, early In Jan
uary, according to President Gage
Preparations for the annual meeting
are now under way and will be eom-j
pleted during th coming week. It Is
said. Speakers of national prominence
Will be In attendance. The annual elec-
Hon of officers together W illi v arious j
entertaining features will be listed on I
the program.' according to present
Bed Lacks Cavers, She
Charged; Gets Decree
Decree of divorce, has been granted
In the district COUIt by Judge A. W. '
Acer t Beatrice Smith from George!
M Smith on grounds of non-support. :
.Mrs. Smith testified before the
'.court that her husband has failed to
provide her with the common neces
sities Of life, has compelled her to
. sleep without sufficient bedding and
i i ntly compelled her to Juni her cn
gaKement ring over to him.
Air. smith did not appear in court
and Ihe rase went to his wife in de
i fault. "The court awarded her $50 at
torney fees. The COUph was married
! in Ogden. November 3. 1919.
Special Payday for
The payday call sounded at the
county court house this morning and
all county employes were given tl.elr
! checks for the month of December iu
order that they might use the nionoy
for Christmas- Every county employe
I was notified of the early payday,
I shall not be responsible for debts
! contracted by any person other than
myself. krnkst a. bowen"
I If You Have Been Putting That I I
Phonograph Off to the Last Min- y
lite, Step Into Our Store Tonight
VICTROLAS, NEW EDISON DIAMOND-DISC,
COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS J
5 EASY TERMS 1
Glen Bros.-Roberts I
I Piano Co. I
II THREE RAIDS
Police Make Unexpected Visits
to Three Places Last
.Mrs. Mary Saville. 4 4 4 Twenty
Beventh street, was arrested by the
ppllce last niRht. Two bottles of
whiskey were found hy the officers,
they alleged, while a hired girl was in
the act of pouring the alleged liquor
in lh sink, according to the officers'
Mr Saville was booked on a charge
of having liquor in her possession and
wis r-kjsed up..n pavment of S230
John Ovsry, r. 7 years oii. was ar
rested at 11G Twcnt-.stventh street, on
a similar charge. . gallon jug of
whiskey and a small bottle was found
In his room, it is claimed
r.isnioii i.unming nn-.'-. .-i.'j
Twenty-fifth street. v( which Kay Will
lams is proprietor, was also i aided.
Two pints of whiskey and three quarts
of home brew were discovered the of
ficers said Mrs Williams waa re
leased upon pa nient of $"i bail.
Officers who participated in the
iaid were as follows.
Detectives C. n. No.bie, Ed Butter
field, W. A. Jones, If. C, 'lamer. Karl
winrins, i ewis W w . Richardson, and
T E- Shields, the lattei a federal officer.
SEARCH ON FOR MEGR0
WHO SHOT AGED FARMER
LOUI8VIL1LBS, K . De. Ji -Kesi-
dents in the southern pan of Louis
ville, directed by police ;ind detectives,
en gaged In a search for a negr.i who
1 Wednesday shot George. II. King, se'v
j er.r -year-old farmer. Kini; died
Thursday of his wound.
; King and a daughter were In their,
i home when the negro entered, appar
ently for robbery. The couple was
1 forced to lie face downward on the
I floor, and when King attempted tol
arise, ho was shot in Ihe bad,
:HICC0UGH EPIDEMIC HAS
NEW YORK IN ITS GRIP
XKW V11KK, Dec. 24. A hiccough
epl lemic. the result of colds this time
Instead of convivial bouts now has
New York in its grip, druggist said
I Spasmodic contraction of the dia
phragm aftnr a cold causes the hlc
COUghS, and the ailment is believed
lo have been brought over from I'aris
where it has been prevalent, it was
The seizures are said oinetlces to
last 84 to 40 hours.
MOTHER SINGED SON TO
WARN HIM AGAINST FIRE
, DES MOINES, la-. Des, 24. Singe
In her little son over a blazing news
paper to teach him not to pla with
fire, was one of the methods of dls-
inline used by Mrs. Merrill Lyman of
DOS Moines, according to the testl-'
mon of her husband, Charles p Ly
man, in their divorce trial at Nevada,
SEIZE STILL ai :i
George Bird Taken Into Cus
tody: Alleged Whiskey
George Bird of Roy, was arrested BiH
yesterday afternoon bv Federal Offices ,fli9
J E Shields, and City Detectives Ev- V
erett Noble and Ed Kutterfield, on Hl
' ; - of lolation of the prohibition
law. lie is i.einK held pending a fed- V
I era I investigation. LJ
According to information received
b; the officers. p.ird had a still of ton Bl
Srallon capacity at his farm, about a Bfl
I mile and a half west of Orchard The
I off leers, seised the still, f.ve gallons
lot whiskey and 10 gallons of mash
A quantity of mash had bee d.
d in Bird prior to the appeas. I
lance of the officers, they alleged
FORD'S ANTI JEW ATTACK M
IS DENOUNCED BY TAFT
CHICAGO, nee. 24 Th a!IeRC(I jV
nroto. ola of the " Wise Men of Zion " ililllB
printed m Henry Ford s Dearborn hi-
; dependent, have their only count-r- LiiH
; Part .,, literature in the fanciful flH
Tales of Baron Munchausen " former LH
President William Howard Taft de ttCl
l..red last night in an address on IObJ
untl-Semitism before the Anti-Defa- BiiiiH
league, founded by B Nal
ne of the chief causes of juf- liiiitM
evil in the world tod-iv ! fl
: race hatred, and any man who stlmu" 1HI
Bin .1 has .
ifor. Mr. Taft said. -When he does 1HH
I tnis i tho cin uiation of unfounded LiiiiK
and unjust charges and the arousing
of mean .uid groundless fears 4
fault is more to be condemned I 1
feel strongly the evil character of tho iLH
attack and I do not hesitate to con- iLLH
demn it and give my reasons for v SLLH
" How m. nh of the article is due te LLH
Mr. bord't Initiative and how much VK ijf
" h - dod ;'- """ reprsseutaUons I t
01 others in consenting to Us pubk-a. KH
tlon. one cannot say. but of course HfsB
he Is responsible for the effect"' H
CENTRAL AMERICAN UNION
THREATENED WITH SPLIT
SAX SALVADOR, Republic of Sal- RiH
yador. Dec. 24. The Central Arneri- HH
I can l nlon Congress, at San j0se 0
COsta Rica has reached a'ciltfcS BBlpf
itage. which originated ln the discus- H&il
Ion of the Bran-Chamorro treaty
between .),, United States and x c
ua. The delegates are striving to mfit'
' BTonnd on which the opposina
P " can agree to in order to sav2
the union idea. ava flHK"
The congress has adopted the 'XBBft
J : ' "" of . entral im-.0" V
north fthd ends with cVsUR ica! The
a&lcle by article of t!
I program contifiuea or thi HRKfii
M W COTTON AREA
WASHINGTON, Dec "j;Vr .
Commissioner George s v, . " tiv9l
,; Air. has cabled the ,.?: at
' foreign and domestic llr! ureau
h? northern Argeth e faJmT
aklng a big interest in pXw! mM
AMRlCAN-MAm HrEad l
ORDER FROM VOUR OROCER.