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I SANTA WARNS THE KIDS WHO PEEkJi
P. SANTA CIiAUS TT. ; - ;
l am always on the lookout.
When i cli Chrlstmai eve coi
the Hi lip t jHHHEt&
thing thnt 1 Hani ail tin little f,lk- rib tBtIH ' Ifr
of i igden to lino V i .
I milM 'j. Ilial l mil a l.aslll ill j3f 1 "Ml
Bort of fellow and if any little boy or 'IE ' wrs
L-iri should pop am aiiri surprise me , . ffwL i"'! V' lev??
w hiio i irting in'. Chfitamaa a . ; 7 "
things anrl tilling up little folk's stock- W
ings well, I wouldn't know Just what . i '
KEPT THEM GUESSING K -A
POT many, main years all the chll- A - rt-?'
..;.-(, of the l;t ii .1 ha been wotideritiK jAmMMSf- HWkL
.i--i 1 get down tin ehimne ami 'V-jBtofcjk .' j ' -s. '-si
-Tv . v .
ret, i ha-. . taken lusl one lltUe old , vi'qe jfflj ' ' ' '
ust bei no bod i Hi guess, who he la jj I HEBpP .-i - '''
hp ha ml HDK' j f wHRSr
v-m .ill him A.s-n-t hi' Suit, Esjfe "lMlr 'tfism
Me i.. Iks MrfH ? v ? iHlHv
during the , addlHIBi
In mak.-s his nips. sofll up tin BBl ' Aj.
-lalrwav, nul se.s that little twin kiln' K'tst: ihSJfe
I . -a )' Lie's the man who runs the,
?.lrv train thai leads to elumherlund.
' otUy creeps the good old Sandman,
i And in children's eyes he throws I
plumber Band "till heads arc falling,
j I Till their weary eyes must olOSe.
' Mr. Sandman has told me all about
the children of Ogden; lie .-ftys they,
ft re a fine big familj of little folks.
! And he doesn't think any i t them will
i" ek this ye u
- But 1 ha v.- Ii'er i.Uv hit
j afraid and on h night bcf"r
! 'hrlstmas. whon all through the
I mouse, not a creature was sllrflng, not
I feven u mouse," i declde'd to look
ground" a bit for myseif. I wanted lo
I MM Mm
TO ENTER PLEA
OF NOT GUILTY
Gives Interview in Which She
Says She Wan's to Atone
1 i inn. ,i From Pace One, ,
After it's done. I ask myself vrhether
it's worth while after all."
HER REAL N mi
During the Interview the empha
sized that her name whs Mrs. Clara
Kmith Hamon and not Miss Smith u.s
phe has many times been referred to
in tubllshed stories.
As thf Interview drew lo a close,
because Mrs. Humon comjilained shf
fflt tired and diz.y-heuded, she add
ed: WESTERN MEN WOK DERI .
"One ihir.y mon 1 wanted to tell
-fou. How tood It looked to see these
t.il understanding westerners waiting
for mr at the Juarez station. Tlu-y
have all been so Rood and wonderful
toward me that I can't help feeling
fleeplj grateful. I felt like throwing
myself in Mr. Garrett's arms and
Wh.-n I had almoi-t collapsed in my
home Sheriff Orndorff of E3I I'ujo was
So helpful when he said 'there, there,
don't worry: you aia- amonjf friemls.
you are in the U. S. A.' Oh, til esc
w. stern men are wonderful. '
Sheriff Garrett and Attorn, v
Charles Coakley. of Ardmore. beamed.
One of Mr, ilamon's attorneys W.
P. McLean, Ji, of Fort Worth, Intro
duced a party of young women paf
engers to her today at their req o ii
Ono of them assured her l hey wanted
h' t to feel that "Mexicans were not
the oniy ones who sympathized with
j.Ir McLean and his .ussoclatei? held
' ' -xslonal cynferciiLLS with their C li
ent. Sheriff Oarrott la a typical weatrrn
f are- offlcrr of moving picture tra
ditions, long llmhi i), slow spoken and
wearing the inevitable slouch hat
Only twenty-nine days of his lorty-
i ii mmm nM
he sure that no little eyes were just
v-1) "HEN I IIL. Ill l TRIP
And aftnr ;hls secret trip of peeking I
Ii) to see If anybody is pf eking, I am'
looking I'm ward to Mother :rp tho;
one that fu ml shea me with all the joy
i gel -ui of life.
I ha vp often wondered if any of the
little iotn who look forward the year I
rii:id. to the coining of another'
Christmas, realize Just how much hap
pl i est l get out of being the man who.'
bttnga them their Christmas
Vfany, many years ago I discovered I'
thai the real spirit of Christmas dld';
not Qqme from rocelvlng, but from l(
giving. And that has been tin? ruling I
spirit of my whole life.
nine j ears hav leen spent in the
nat He Is a second COUdn of Sher
iff Pat Garrett, of lis duces. N. M.,
ho killed "Billy the Kid." the no
! torlOUg outlaw.
SBpERIFl IN .1 V J I
leriff detrett celebrated his twen
; -first btrthda) as a prisoner In
i Runsell, Wye., charged
I with m order In ednuectfon . :m li
famous war between Wyoming llve
stock men and organised cattle rus
tlers in which two of th latter were
I killed. Korty-flve guards, of Whom
Garrett was one .were Indicted and
released htr on $40.o00 i.onds each
A verdict of acquittal was tho out-,
UAXSAS C1TV.' Mo.. Dec. J4. A!
I conference having to l vlth the af
i fairs of the Jkc I,. Hamon i s.rit
i va.s scheduled here today between Al
, f rr d Kills attorney for Mrs Huniou,
the widow, and Frank L. Ketch, for
mer business manag'-r for the late
Oklahoma Kepubllean national com
mitteeman, apd administrator of the
There was some, speculation -i to
whether the men would discuss unof
ficial reports that there N In exist
ence a will bequeathing part of th
estates to Miss Clara Smith, now be-'
Ing taken to Ardmore for arraignment
on a charge of having killed Mr. Ha-j
Mr, Kills In statement emphatl
cally asserted that Mr llumon left no i
will. )Ie also declared that Mr. Ha
mon had told hlmshortly before his
J death that he had not made one.
Reports of the existence of an In-
strunienl m.iklnf,' Mis- Smith a bene
ficiary he characterized as "rldicu
lOUS" and challenKed those supporting I
, the claim to come forward with the '
j prolific evidence.
Boys and Girls
1 To the first boy or girl In ngden!
that srlls a new car, we will give one
second hand Saxon Roadster K. L. I
Walston, successor of Whlte-RoblnsoD
Auto Co. 8562
ROAD REFlPi W( LP
WASHINGTON. Deo 14. The Chl
I cago & Eastern Illinois Railway com-'
pany, a new Illinois rorroratlon, ap-
plli-d today to the Interstate com
merce commission for authority to
I take over the Chicago & Eastern 1111
i nols Railroad company, now In the
i hands of a receiver, reorganise it. and
issue stocks and bonds to the amount
I of approximately $60,000,000
H MM To the Thousands of Indi
II Wm vidual Users, Retail Dmggists,
It bTII erS 'StnUtorS 0
I ljl A MRRY CHRISTMAS !
I fegl A HAPPY" NEW YEAR
I llCelro-Kola Co.
f B-rr:! Sole Manufacturers
PfeMBwl r ortland - - Oregon
Life. I've found. Is what you make It
There is happiness for all.
liuch one's share In simply waiting
or the proper spirit's call.
.Vobody ever gives me a Christmas
present. That's because I'm not sup
posed to get any. I'd only turn around
end gl e It to some little tot.
' I 1 R PKEKIN
It 'akes nie a whole year to prepare1
for my annu"! Ohrlntmas trip. But,!
while I'm working away on happiness
l.rlnglng things, I would like to bc I
Die whole world adopt the Christmas,
pirlT that of doing for others as an
And, In the meantime, just a warn
ng to little folks no fair peek In'.
TRAP LAID FOR
Two Detroit Business Men
Drop From Sight; Letter
DETROIT. Dec. 24. -Det Ctives and
deputy sheriffs lay in amhush six!
hours last night at an unfrequented
spot near Monroe, In a futPfl effort !
to apprehend writers of g ieti"r re-1
celved early this w. ek by relatives of
I 'red Hsmmetev and J. Walter V'e,t
zel, who disappeared recently, in
whleh the men were said to he held
prisoners and 'vould he released for
a 3?i 000 ransom. If terms of their
release were not compiled with, the
letter "threatened, the men would "be
I put to death and their bodies shipped
1 to Detroit.'
I Both men. prominent In business
circles, dropped from slghi I H m . -r
j 4. A few days later, their lutom'o
blle was found in the Detroit river
I near the Fifteenth street dock
NAB OFFICER WHO FLED
WITH REGIMENT'S FUNDS
PITTSBURG. Doc. 24 John C.
Oottenklene, alias David T.. Cordon,
former second lieutenant In the Fifth
field artillery division, charged with
deserting his command at Coblcnz.
Germany, in June. 1 9 1 9. taking with
him about $48,000 of his company's
funds, was arrestsed Thursday and
turned over to the department of Jus
The government aonts said that
the prisoner would be taken to Fort
I enworih where he will he tried
by court martial.
Gottenklene'a arrest was brought
about by Sanford T. Popiroy, of this
city, who served as a color sergeant
In the same regiment with the for
mer officer Pomroy recognised Oot
lenklene end notified a policeman.
Government agents Bald that Got
tonklene was arrested In U rman
shortly after he deaerted and brought
to Carnp Taylor, Ky. He escaped last
Gottenklene, before coming: to Pitts
burg, worked as a miner in Mprgan
town, W A'a. The prlsonei la said
to have a wife residing In Oklahoma
ALLEGED CHECK ARTIST
CAPTURED AT WINNIPEG
WINNIPEG, Can . Dec. 2 4 Joseph
Oadbury, aald to be wantod at Brltt,
Iowa, on a charge of defrauding the
First National bank thero out of $1-1
390 through alleged upurlous check !
was arraigned In olty police court here'
Thursday and remanded to jail until !
Monday, when It la expected Iowa offl '
cers will arrive to take him into eua-;
Gadbury was arrceted in n local I
hotol yesterday afternoon by police de
tectives. He arrived here two wsh
ago by airplane and is tiid to have
posed as a moving picture man on hH 1
way to Alaska
CANADIAN SEAPORT CITY
HURT BY BUSINESS FIRE i
HALIFAX, X. S.. Dec. 4 . A half!
million dollar fire occurred today in
the business district of Halifax. The
dry goods establishment pi Wood '
Brothers, Lrtd., was destroyed and u ,
music store and a furrier's building
Apparently starting in the Woods
storti during the night the flames
wer. not dixrovored until they bursi
through the roof at I g. m, II
two hours before they could be
brought under control.
i ' . ' m i
When you buy an eioc- i r r
MS& r,s you gain not only Vffli ' t " -1
ef'V'?" tlK aPPlia:i:t it it'. V-..- :.i birm!;T .;-sy tcm' o:. s n-v eke'rien' ' j
V "I bu', oic0 thc lifetime aoplu.nrc in our toro enables you to t .
t4'7!Wg service .and sk'll of t $ I , ' v j
;r-v or UP1, ,,, ,.f; give appropriate Chnstmas gifts to ev- M
H j Among our assortment you will find i
pj t electrical gift for everyone BbIB
- - " '" vT' t 'OTHER- FOR FATHER
- mx'1 FO THE CHILDREN
j fek' OPEN THI3 EVENING
Lemne Addresses Congress of
Soviets Regarding Res
LONDON' Dec. 24. A wlrale dis
patch received here from Moscow anv:
that Nlkolul Lenlne. the Bolahcvlh
premier, addressing the ull-Kusalan
coiiKress of Bovlets, dealt In detail j
with meaaurM for the economic re-'
storutioii of tho countrj'. 1 1 declared'
that the restoration of transportation
an dof agricultural and Industrial pro-i
duction was only possible If the gov-
ernment's program for electrification!
"An electrification plan," suid Lon-'
Inc. "has been elaborated, the r-ost of1
which In esilmated at 1,600,000.000 1
gold rubles. We must provide thol
cost of electrification by concessions
to foreign caplUil and exports of tint
Tho dispatch quotes the Moscow
newspapers as suylng that th- ovlel
government has resolved to abollalll
tho right to private ownership ofj
book. All existing libraries will bej
appointed by the state, and In thc fu
ture It will be Illegal for private. In
dividuals to acquire or continue to
own ;i book.
HOVSOi s i BNTIOV.
ST. JOHN. N B., Dec. 24 An
nouncement of a new invention by
Alexander Graham Hell. Inventor of
the telephone, was made upon his ar-1
rival here today from Scotland. He
declined to Btate the nature of hla
is the Genuine
The first and original Cold and
Grip tablet, the niorit of which 35
is recognized by all civilized
Be carclul to avoid Imitations.
Be sure its Bromo j
T0r . Q i
The genuine bears this signature
2l F I
Murder in Hotel Baffles
Police; Two Suspects
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Dac. 24
Springfield police are baffled, by the
rryterv which surrounds tho death
of Augu.it J Siegfried Kansas City
Jewelry Baleaman representing the C.
A. Klger Jewelry company, who was
fatally wounded at his room in a local
hotel late Thursday.
Two trunks containing diamonds
valued at $IO.oOo and belonging to till
firm by which Siegfried was employ
ed were found at the hotel Tin y
will be opened today, oollce -
The authorities said th y had found
two overcoats, two hats and other ar
titles of clothing belonging to Hvn
men known to have been Intimate I
with the salesman and who dlsap-!
peared Immediately after the Aoot-
ing The police believe h' two men,
attempted to rob Siegfried of his Jen-,
elry and that he was rhot with his
own revolver which was found I) Inaj
on a table In the room One cart-;
ridge had been fired.
In a dying statement Siegfried de-:
nied that ho had shot himaelf and.j
asserted: "They shot me. Th. y u r.
trying to rob mc."
GIFT OF CIGARETTES
TO WOUNDED VETS
CRIME IN KANSAS
Tnl'KKA, Kan. Dec. 24.
Richard J, Hopkins, attorney
general of Kansas, Thursday for
mally requested attorneys at At
chison and Shawnee counties to
investigate reported violations of
the state anti-cliraret law and in-
ItrtltUte prosecution If evidence
Nineteen AtchlRon men each
contributed ten cents toward a
fund for a carton of clgarets sent
as a gift to President-elect Hard
ing while prominent Topeka wo-
men and the local American Lc
ion post have sent cigaret gifts
to disabled soldiers at Camp Fun- 1
ston and In the Topeka state boa !
pltal. according to Information j
received by the attorney general
Uoth glt't.s and sale of cigar. ts I
are illegal In Kansas.
MJBDALS FOR BAILORS.
W'ASHINUTON. Doc 24 Presi
dent Wilson approved Thursday bill)
providing medals of merit for mer-j
chant marine .sailors.
The lcpuiui annual meatnj of the
shareholders of the Commercial Na
tional bank of Ogden. Utah, will be J
held at their banking rooms, Tuesday.
January 11. 1921 at 3 3d p. m. for tho
purpose of electing officers to sorve
for the ensuing year and thc trans-1
action of such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
Dated 1 'den. Ctah, Decembor 13,
R. A MOVES.
I Sisters Charge Doctors Made
False Declarations As to
N B VV YORK, Dec. 24. Suits for
I 1500,000 compensation for ten years'
detention in the asylum for the insane
at King's Park. Long Island, were in
stituted Thursday bv Miss Phoebe M.
I Prush and her sister, Ada D. Urush.
against Doctors William B. Gibson
1 and Walter Lindsay, of Iluntinirton.
i who they charge, were responsible
i for their confinement. The action. In
which each sister demands $2.ri0.000
from each physician, was brought in
thc West Chaster county supreme
The sisters were committed to thr
Inetitutlon In May. 1910. The ob
tained their release last March by a I
supreme court order, after hawns,
made an unsuccessful attempt in .
In the proceedings Thursday the
sisters alleged the physicians swore
falsely in an affidavit declaring them
insane: that the doctors did not per
Bonall examine them and that thc :
proceedings by which they were com-!
mitted were illegal.
MARYLAND TO COMBINE
FAIRS AND HORSE RACES
BALTIMORE. Md . Dec. 24, Agri
cultural fairs to be held In conjuno- t
tlon with the race meetings of the
four one-mile tracks of this state are i
a likely development of tho plans of,
the Maryland racing commleaion to
establish a livestock breeding bureau
to be maintained by these big tracks,
according to Joseph P. Kennedy, a i
member of the commission, today.
optomi nusrs to mket.
j SALT LAKE. Dec. 24. The annual
I meeting of the Utah Optometrists'
association wll be held in Salt Lake
i n x( June. aCQOrdlng to C. B, Haw-
ley. president of the Commercial club,
lit Is expected that 100 deler.it. is jyllj
attend the sessions. W E. Cot, of
; Tremonton is president of the organ
1 lr ZT I
GH. HILL, of BraUleboro, vt.,
who says he never felt bet afl
ter in his life than he docs now,
although before taking Tanlac ho
was in such a rundown condition
he wasn't able to do ?. day's work
for throe months. Says he has
gained thirty pounds. BFlW
"it may sound unreasonable, but H
hen i began taking Tanlac 1 onlj
I weighed 114 pounds and had not been
I able to work for oer three months. H
I Toda) I have as rnu h s4reugth and H
energy as I ever had and have actual-
j ly gained pounds in welgm. H
fact. 1 have never felt better In my H
j life, and l owe the remarkable change H
in my condition to Tanlac and Tanlac H
"To tell you the truth. I don't know H
what would have become of me if H 1
hadn been for this medicine, for H
I had Just about lost my heulth com-
pletel; and the treatment i was tak wM
tif i doing me no good in fact, I
I hard! had strength enough nl Limes 1 1
"My principal trouble was indlges- M
j tion. and I also suffered from catarrh HBfl
i d n net M stomach was in
such a weakened condition that I rare- H
, on a restricted H
"Af tei reading ibout Tanlac, I de H
cided one daj Lo give it a ti '
jit seemed to suit my case perfecllv. B
I for Itl only a short time. I was able to B
back to work I just want to be eat-
I Ing all the time now. and everything JJ
I even onions and pork and beans HBVB
; agrees with me perfectly. I shall ai-
I ways praise Tanlac." Bl
i e- HHHn
ccntly by O. H Hill, i well-known W
and highly respected citizen of Brat- PjjjjjjjjjjjjS
Tanlac Is sold in t igdcn by A. R. H
Mclntyre Drug companv. Two busy
1 lany Tonics j
J fail bo strengthen be-1
cause they are minus g
J true food values.
Scoffs Emulsion m
lis the worthwhile S
I tonic that builds up 3
I the body and restores M
(strength through ftA jj
j (Tablets or Granules)
Tnlto dry on tonpuo or
with hoi or cold water.
Made by scott a, downi
JSCOnS IEMULSIQN uf H
For ELxpectant Mothers
Osed By Three Semerations
CITI ro OOKLIT On MOTHCRHOOO AUS TNI lAST raft
Dmaoticlo Rcoulator Co., DcrT. so, Atlanta. Ga,
Seiy on Gulicural H
To Clear Away
Rl GIMENT DECORA-TED
payettbvUaLej. n. c. Dec 4 mmmw
The K,fih Pleld artillery commanded
by Col. A. J. Bowlcy. and stationed
upon a military oiSuSSJuS tgSS
'-ry In action The rMlm.n . " BKBl
PCOUGH DROPS Bp E
. Put one in vour mouth at bedtin -"