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AnDAY MORNING, DECF.MRFR 1B29 1
S"- THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMlNER 5
bey Makes Pledge To
Lower Prices of
IT LAKE, Doc. 30 The coil of
j Bervlce to the public by utlli
fador tho Jurlsdirtlon or the pUb
jtlllticf com mission will bo re-
whenever and wherever roason
Thls is pledged In the annual
t submitted to Governor Charles
jrlng the period covered by this
January I 1922 to Xovcmbor
22. economic conditions have
fred somewhat but not so much
cor.l of giving service as was
led." the report notes "With
lmpre i niont has come a call for
Action In the cost of giving ser
I t to ih vui.ii .;:. whenever It is
jieon.il'l" on 'I to make roduc-
U, chanRos .11,.! Mi'"iflr:itli-in llir
M Elisslon ! i and .vll -,, n tho
I !jur(; ti, . ,,-,'orm to the demand of!
( hanr,-' d onditlnns.
I En us bu.r,-. f-T the ensuing bit n-J
faj ' ' ' b"is u. st. i)
iti ' i nV- 1 .r ill.- pur; f
hvilc ! i n t nion fully COdditionfl
Line with " "i l ii . I. -. rl;- un
i.the chanKL-d ti 1 ! i ion : the bur
n of sir h in' tit. MS. n will fall up.
Bite commission mor. heavily thnn
the pr -' '' :- ''fnf -tiv re, om.
ded th.-it t i' 1 "iui -t ion r i eh e
tful and s-r!'as attention."
J Funeral 5crlcos f,.,r Mrs. Anna To.
rn, wife ot .n,.i-.t r, ii rsnn, wore
dd Friday at lu on a. in., from the
V feth ward meeting house, with
Shop V." v. i. n pr ding-. Tho
ulcers wer. ; i Joseph
prklund. d i .Mrs.
JKllne M. Jaool.srn and .Mrs. Jessie I
Kgd sang "Con; i 1 1 ... md "I ii
Father." There was d largi attend
.yflbi. Interment is In the City cem
' Ifcrr. DisiH'p w w i;r . in dtdlcut-
KgAeral cervices for Mr? Matilda
Krdlnc- wen: held at the Wlllard tab-J
U Stele Satur la afternoon with Blsh
HlS speakr r at the funeral were:
fcph Hardlni-. Jb.ivcj WoodgOtt, B.
.Cook. J. II iiid... r.. wiiiiam Lowe,
President V Hoisley.
apBterment was In the Willard cemc- j
E, Bp. the grave being dedicated by
j gHiiam ua is
Janeral scr loos for Cecil C. Jost,
e of Mr. and .Mrs. Samuel E. JoBt,
I be condm ' ."d trctn the Larkln &
" p parlors at l p m today, Bishop
J i. Lund -will preside at tho services,
'i kibodv m.iv i . ! v ed at the family
pienct until 11' o'rlnf. k noon la
Bneat will lo in the City cemetery.
I prlcs for Lorenzo .Marriott were
M M- Friday at tho Plain City rr.ect-
J house with r.ish.ip Wllrner M LW
elating. The spoukrn were LMsh-I
I I IW. F Wayment, Bishop W. C Hun
N Bishop Y S. M.-nriott, Hebor j
lH iwiue an 1 i: I. u kln Interment
i U in the "arr. :i .m.-i.tv The
I pwasdedn.an.il i y Llshop Maw.
funeral lervicea for MiM Virginia j
i eder were hold at the Thirteenth
id chapol Saturday afternoon with 1
I Bb-J- Howard J.-nklas of flc i itlnc
taty boys and -. ol the Central
ill1 llor hlrh srho-d iu t.-d as flow r ,
T1 Irers. The i ' er.i were Patriarch j
I LA. Olscn, 1 1 . ii. 'J ddard. A W.
l and Bishop Jenkins Interment
I tin the City cemetery The grave
I dedicated lv W- H. Rceder. Jr.
lneral sn-iccs for Philip Orlh.
; jBtn plonoer butcher, will be held .
JrLVeday mornlnjr at St Joseph's
))Brch at Hi o'i lo k The body may ,
Hiwed at the homo of Mrs F. II
ih, 2071 J r rson avenue. Monday j
.''her Floral turnmncs th flowers.
J 77 01
'.'ftlleran Fin-men Election of of-
u-tp will be held at the rcRular
"Bung Tuesday at S p m. Members
; 5ore- d to cU
1 rib. VJUULIS Z 1 AJNUAKL-LAA
Misery Written in Faces of Fleeing Thracians
! uhil.i"1 fTi and ffolso,rc- these "habitants of eastern Thrace have paused in th ii PUghf to minister to a
hi ui me party who has fallen sick. These rag-clad pilgrim are Christians who are striving to get!
oat ofThrace before the Turks occupy it
Petition for Harries Ee
strainer Refused; Heber
J. Grant Subpoenaed
SALT LAKE, Dec. 3u. The district
court today denied a temporary re
straining order asked by 100 petition
ers in Injunction proe.-edlnjrs apalnst
Sheriff-elect b it. Harrlee, who?e
rl;nt to office war. challt nrT' d I-. an
ot alleged Interference of the Mormon
ehurch in politics. At tho same time
the court overruled a demurrer to t'o
eompialnt. holding that document to
state a sufficient cause for action and
gave Harries until Friday mxt to file
his answer. This means that the case
Ill V. . i . - . .
..in WI--.J on iu mi'iu- an.i tnai
j Preeldent Heber J. Grant of the Mor
'mon church will be compelled to tes-
tify what part the Latter Day Saints
as a church played in the election of
Twenty-five of the plaintiffs in the.
case ajralnst Harries In which Orman I
I W. Ewing and others seek to restrain j
him from assuming the duties of nf-j
;flce, withdrew this morning when tho!
case called for hearing before Judge
W. M. MeCraa of th- Third district
j Heber J. Grant, president of thei
Mormon Miurch. who was subpoenaed
to appear In court, entered as rourt
.opened, accompanied by Apostle Ste
phen L. Richard! and by K s. Hich
ards President Grant's uttorney. Af
jter a consultation between counsel, A.
L. Hoppaugh of plaintiffs counsel ro-,
Iquested the court to excuse President,
Orant until such time as he might be
needed, explaining that preliminary
! matters subject to the case would
probably occupy the day.
In a news item printed '.r your pa- ;
per. December i'6. It Is stated " Judge
Kimball order destroyed 134 quarts of
whisky belonging to C D. Farley." I
wish to have this corrected as the
whisky never did belong to me. It be- j
lonped to a man by the namo of Cm i
of Butte, Mont. I further wish to (
Hlate that I am trying to make a llv
inx by honorable methods and Intend
to meet all my obligations Ji-st as soon
as I possibly can.
C. D. FARLEY
Chinese took impressions on pap r
from engraved surfaces many C( D.
turies before tho discovery of print
ing In the west.
T Enter '23 1
P May it bring you three hundred and
I sixty-five days of the best ever
I The New Year Wish of
"1 CON. E. BOHN I
The Insurance Man
J 417 Hccles Building Phone 1960
I BIG CLEAN-UP PLANT SALE
Today and Tomorrow. Everything ui our window
0,11 50c and $1.00
I ARTISTIC FLORAL COMPANY
( Om 2411 Hudson Ave. H
Guoineoc and Circulation Dept. . 53
Classified Ads r6
Advertising Dept 42a
Editorial and News Dept 870
Ijci r.-J il to V-1 .M-irr - l! n i
were issued Saturday by County Clerk
Lawrence A. Van Dyke, to Gregory J.
Johnson and Hone K. liufle, bntli of
Battle Mountain. Nov. , Alva Lmvid
son of Ogden and Rosa C. Garner of
Miller Furniture Co. Is now located
In their new store at .300 Wash. G0U
Closed Monday Business will bo
Suspended In Ogden Monday for cele
br.itlon of the entry of the New Year.
All public officers closed Saturday at
1 o'clock until Tuesday morning.
Ccden Typewriter House ror type
writers icd repairs. S42'J Huqaod a . o
IiJO. Phone ISf.
At Thirteenth Warxl Miss Rubyi
Crose, who has Just returned from a
mission to the eastern states lor the
L. D. S. church, will be tho speaker'
at the Thirteenth ward this evening;,
commonclng at 7:30 o'clock. Tho;
program will be given under the aus
pices of the returned missionaries as
sociation. Let us fill your coal bin now. Pnon
141. OgdeD Sewer Pipe. & Clay Co.
Goes to New York Andrew ChrlS
tensen of Ocala, Fla., departed last
Wodnesday for New York, after
spending Christmas with Mr.-. Chris -tensen
and daughter Mary at the
home of Mr. und Mrs. O. P. Meekes,
2621 Drinker avenue
W. A Boss, stale motor vehicle In
spector, notary public. 2345 Hudson j
Birthday Party A birthday party
!was given on Clarence Reeder Friday
! evening' at his home. 2S-6 Grant avc-i
iiue. Garner were playod and re-j
freshments was served to the follow
ing: Clarence Boeder, P.oulon and'
Eddie Lee. Dick Mtllor, Gladys Andor-
son, Ruth Lee, Ireta Bingham Franco
Weber, Nellie Weaver and Bulb.
The Abrams sy.item of blood dlag-l
nosls and electronic treatment cures
acute and chronic diseases. Dr. Graco1
Stratton Alrcy, 307-6 Eccles Bids;. 1
1'fcono 203. 67C8,
Attends Conference M II Wolff.
district forest inspector of district
one of the forest aervlco with head
quarters at Missoula, Mont., who has
been conferring with Acting Assist
attt District Forester B. K. G-ry of I
the forest service relative to tho ex-j
i hanse of lands between the stato of
Idaho and the forest service, went
to Salt Lake yesterday. Georgo T i
Marshall of the Idaho state land
board, who has also been attending!
the conference will leave In a few I
lays for Boise, Ida.
JCInJIlng wool Phono 828. 3241
Change Made Mrs. J. Leslie HlT-
fdnbotham, formerly Miss Edythe L.
Shields, who for tho past two and
. n. -half years has hold the position
lump cbrk at the United States
Interna revenue offloes in the federal
building;, has tenden d her resigna
tion effective December 1. Geneve S.
Roeve has boon appointed to the
position and received word Saturday
afternoon that hor appointment had
been confirmed She has taken up
her now duties In the office.
Red Devil Rane Ouil Once used,
o I ways called for. Mooru Coal Co.
I'hone 345. 6ti-'7
Visits Mother William Royle. Jr.,
of Reno, Nov.. was an Ogden visitor;
lust week at the home of his mother, I
Mrs. William Boyle, 3C50 Adams ave
nue. Mr. Royle Is a member of the'
Nevada legislature and la a federal
income tax man.
When wo advcrtlso an nrtlHe, It1
means the article is worth haying, We
recommend our six-inch nut coal fori
range and furnace use OGDJBN
BBW15R PIPE & CLAY COMPANY
PHONE 141. (199 1
Likes the Nnvv Joseph Royle,
son of Mrs William Boyle, 3C&0
Adams avenue, who enlisted In the!
United Stains navy and is stationed
at Maro Island, writes hla relatives
that ho Is enjoying life In tho navy.
Reel Devil Rsncc Coal Oner. used,
always called for. Moore Coal C , I
Phono 345. 0037 i
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to thank all those who so
kindly assisted us during tho recent
sickness prior to the diinlh of our bo
loved wlfo und mother, Anna Cather
Wo especially wish to thank those
who spoke and same, also for the
beautiful floral offerings
MR. AND MliS Al'Ol ST MUtl. ,
MRS A. G El'lK'KBuN.
Celebrated Bohemian Violin
Virtuoso at Taber
nacle Jan. 10.
Joseph Gonccny. celebrated Bohc
Jmlan violin virtuoso, will appear In re-
cital at the Opden tabernacle Wednes
day, January 10, with two assisting
I ai tlsts.
Mr. Konecny is a celebrated vl llln
, 1st who is touring Amerlea for the
first time, and from prcas clippings
received by W. H. Manning, who has j
charge of tho violinist's appearance
hero, is heralded as a violin virtuoso
Of the first rank. He Is h pupil of
the famous old master teacher, Otakor
Bevick, .a teacher of Kubelik and oth
er celebrated violinists.
With Konecny is coming Esther
Luelle Lash, a young American sopra- I
no, who has won quite a reputation as
an oratorio and concert binder, and
I Margaret Gary, an accomplished pi
anist who besides being a well train
ed musician h a graduate of one of
the leading colleges of Aiaortca.
CLOSE NEW YEAR'S
The postofflce la to bo closed all day
Now Year's day.
This announcement was made la;t
nltrht by Postmaster Rufus A. Garner.
There will be no delivery by carri
ers, hp said, nor will uny of the win
dows In tho postofflce be open on that
The usual holiday rrew will be kept
at work, he said, for the receipt and
dispatch of such mall as leaches the
Uniformed police, under one offi
cial, were first known In England In
H29, due to tho efforts of Sir Rob
ert Peel In getting an net to that
effect through parliament.
man makes ol
ke leamS Something rt
You m.iko no mistake when you
choose a bank cuch as ours as
a home for your deposits.
We put forth every effort to
keep in personal touch with ev
ery customer and we acsure you
that your account will receivo
Every officer of the Commercial
National Bank ia hero to ccrve
you and we want you to feel
free to make use of our bank in
Let the Commercial National
Bank be the home of your fi
nances and you vill prosper.
1 HASH ff
i By 0. Q.
a m U
! Arthur T&fadr Jones of Smith col-!
I lego Bays meteorites are not so In-,
tensely cold as supposed when they,
reach the earth's atmosphere. Now
that that lo settled suppose some one i
tackle tho problem ot mooting the
year's accumulation of debts, begin
ning Tuesday morning.
The scientists also are going to re
produce tho love gibberli-.n of prehis
toric rn.:n by measuring the palatal
arches and nose cavities of prehistoric
I Something useful again
Caveman comes along articulates,
"Ekle, Ekle, coco bolo." meanwhile
balancing big ttlck on beloved's
This Is Interpreted to mean: "Tunk
of my dinosaur, hide of my bear, ac
cept this slight token of my adora
tion (bing) and let u wed."
But the college bugs enjoy It.
They'd rather poke their finger into
I musty crevices or stir the dust of
I agea from an antique than bask in the
smiles of some fair hourl. It's all in
the viewpoint and the Inclination.
in IRY. OF THE OFFIt E rOWEL
I inursaay au iresn ana oican
from the laundry. Bljj . hlef tkes me
to wipe off his desk Wots one end
f mo lo gather up tho dust. Throws
me on radiator to dry.
Friday Janitor folds me up and
puts me back In caoo. Ah. 'tis good
I to be bac k home again.
1 1 o'clock Joe dries his hands on
dean Hide Lots, his face go because
Saturday Office boys wipes off all
of tho desks. Jim rubs up his shoes I
with mo. How I hate that: Howl
low I have sunk! I
Sunday Office closed. Get good
Monday I'm a desk wiper oga'.n.
My soul revolts. Am getting so dirty;
I scarcely know myself, ,11m shlned
I his shoes again. Ugh!
Tuesday Steno goes to dry her'
hands. Her lip curls She trios a Us-i
eue counterfeit. How I love that girl'
h. how I hate that tissue!
Wednesday Hero I am all in a;
heap on tho floor, soggy, feeling poor
Ish. Laundry man gathers me up and
throws me Into a bag with other poor
unfortunates. My spirits rl3o. I am
on tho way to my weekly bath. The
hot Kuds exhlllrafe and put new life
Into me The hot iron soothes my
Thursday Back to the office
again. F.-ellng fine. Wonder what'Il
happen this week7
; Office Rooms To Be Built
In First National
Former quarters of the First Na
tional bank and the Ogden Savings
bank In tho First National bank
building are being remod led
Tho work of tearing out tho old
banking fixtures has been started ana
plans are under way for Converting
the large room Into modern offices.
Eber F. Piers, architect. Is super
vising the work, according to an an-
! nouncement made yesterday by First
& Utah National bank officials.
The remodeling will cost between'
$9,000 and $10,000, and the work 1a
j to bo completed within the next 60 1
January 19 Marks Close
of First Semester; Re
City eohools of Opden will reopen
Tuesday after having been closed sine
December 22 .according to an nn
I nouncement made last night bv Supt.
W. Karl Hopkins.
School teachers who wont away
for the holidays, arc returning.
The first semesters work will be
completed January 19.
O'BRIEN DONOR OF
SAND MOSAIC WORK '
Prof. J A. Smith Is the possess. r
I of a souvenir v.hloh he declares h-
prizes most highly. It is a sand
mosaic worked In a bottlo by W. S. i
O'Brien, of the Postal Telegraph com-i
I pany In Ogden. Mr. O'Brien I one
of the very small group of su. h sand
artists In the United States.
Tho sand used In making this par
ticular epeclmen was selectod by Mr.
O'Brien from tho excavation made at
Twenty-fifth street and Jefferson ave
nue, the site of tho new Baptist
church of Ogden, of which Professor
Smith has been an active worker for
Mr O'Brien nont a letter with his
gift to rri.f- x.-or Hmlth In which Mr.
O'Brien congratulates the professor
and his fellow church members on
i their new church.
I INDIAN GIRL SENT
TO WYOMING REFUGE,
j Moonshine whisky given her while
j rho was 111 In B local hotel, was the '
cause of tho ravings of Virginia
I Coeledge, 22. a full-blooded Indian,
and a graduato nurse, who was sent
to tho government Institution for In
dians at Washakie, Wyo , following an
examination Saturday morning In the
Miss Coolcdgo was taken to the
Deo hospital two weeks ago. At the
hearing yesterday sho said she had
boon given whisky und clgarets by
men In this city and the liquor
aroused her natural Indian tenden
cies. Wlille on the witness stand Miss
Cooledgo said she was a graduate
nurse and that her home Ls in Den
ver, Colo. The Rev. Sherman Cooledgo,
a famQUB Indi-in, she said, is tier i
QSpn THE SOUTHERN SIn)
Mgf PACIFIC COMPANY g7
Wishes to Extend to All
New Year Greetings
For Unexcelled Service.
Shortest and quickest route
to San Francisco, Oakland,
Sacramento and all central
California points, use
Southern Pacific Lines.
to all CALIFORNIA points on sale
daily, allowing stopovers.
Final return limit, nine montli3
from date of sale.
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS
Secure Tickets and Pullman
General information furnished on
(both Passenger and Freight busi
ness to, all points on our lines.
CALL, WRITE OR PHONE. j
xESV WILLARD G. WILSON,
WyA Traveling Agent. lW)9
I (tfflffl TELEPHONE 195 NESl
M 523 gfe; BIdg. 0 1
ROY GRIFFIN, Auctioneer
Fifteen years' experience. Write or wire me at my
Auction sale at Stock Show January 5 and 6
SEVEN DAYS IN Ul' OL' N. Y. j I
(Copyright. 1922 by The Standard
NEW YORK. Dec. 30 This Is B
nice, homo-liko, comfortable little
town in which to scttlo down for a
happy new year. This Is ft beautiful
Bpot from which to look forward to 12
months of Joy prosperity and the oth
er seasonal expectations. At tho mo
ment there are only a laundry war,
garment workers' war. an Irish con
sulate war. a bandit war, ap.d a car
penters' war. or, perhaps, it's a brick
layer's war to distract attention from
the Joyous chimes ringing In the glad ,
DOW 12 month. The disgruntled laun-J
drymen are burning down laundries.
Thirty thoufcand of the disgruntled
garment makers are planning a gen- j
sral strike. The Irish Kror. State con-
sul and the Irish Republic consul both 1
disgruntled, are i-ach claiming posses
sion Of the Irish consulate offices
which, consequently, neither possesses.
The bandits, everlastingly disgruntled, ,
because people aren't hoarding up as 1
much cash and Jewels as they did ln
medlately after the armistice are
blowing only tho safes which contain
$10,000 or more. And the dlsgrunt
led bricklayers or perhaps It is the
I disgruntled carpenters, are holding up
building operations In a town whore
I threo applicants besiege tho door of
I every vacant upurtmont.
On top of this, comes tho coal ad
ministrators to announco pleasantly
that the city coal shortage Is merely
a matter of somo 72,37 7 tons. This
I shortage will probably bo made up by
the mlddlo of January, they add; a bit
of Information which immediately
sends the thermometer into a linking
'spell, and brings the tall end of thi li .
: Atlantic gales to whisk around an al-,
ready Bhlvorlng Manhattan.
To cap the climax of theee woes, the
prohibition ag ntu have announced
that anyone so much as flicking an
oye In tho direction of a bottle on this
festive New Tear's eve will be. bollod
in oil or drawn and quartered or what
ever the latest thing is that they .lo
to a citizen who takes a drink. It was i
the vigilance of the prohibition offi
cers which kept all except $4,000,000
worth of Yuletlde smuggled liquor out
'of our Immediate environs, tho $4.-1
000,000 worth being brought In by way I
of New Jersey.
I Hotels and restaurants and cabarets,
I however, are getting ready for tb
christening with an enthusiasm all too
plainly assumed and not hearty. In
.order to stimulate an old air of Jovi-
ality. many of tho hotels are otferlng
'tables nt the same prices which pre
vailed in the good old days, but oven
,$30 or $40 for a reserved table right
hear the orchestra Isn't going to put
much Joy In a party which glimpses
tho new year through nothing more
rosoate than a cup of malted milk No
wonder we never heard complaints of
a coal shortage In the days of tho rep
robate forefathers. Little they cared
whether tho coal bin was full or the
wood box replenished. They didn't
have to got through tho snowy New
Year's on a glass of lemonade. It Is
too bad. however, to allow the mind to
dwell on such unworthy topics, though
nothing else seems to dwell in other
people d minds There are so much
more worth while things to consider.
Look at Isadora Duncan, for example,
dancing 'Sarah Dernhardt's funeral
march " before the death of the great
actress, to say nothing of before tlm
fnnor.il , rr.i mr.in.ont. lulnilAil w
ample of preparedness even though
the pianist did flounco la a rage and
leave Isudoru flat.
Look at H. A. Dlx .turning over to
his employes a dress and uniform
business, which brings in i 1 .000,000 a
year, and lending the 400 employes
S2o0 000 on which to do business. This
Is sad news to tho soap box orators
who like to prattle about soulless cq
poratloDS, I Look at the Berrymore family. e:c
humlng Shakespcaro with commend
able diligence; John playing Hamlet:
Ethel playing Juliet with or without
success, depending on wnether Ethel
or Juliet is your favorite heroine; an-1
Lionel, so It is rumored. about to
tackle Henry Fourth or one of the
other Immortal heroes.
Maybe we are a bit prejudiced bv
the laundrymen, bricklayers, carpen
ters, coal dealers, and tho rest. Hut
somehow It auoms to us that for a hap
py new year, one ought to road Scrap-
Christmas was first obscn ed In 98