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MM SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 19, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 t
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H Ali About Ogden Pies
Hf YOU TELL 'EM PIE FACE
'. f 3e M 9 .
H YouVe Got The Crust
IRy AL WARDEN.
IMe a word with wonderful mean
ing. At Ieaast th city ad in his daily as
signments Informed nio that enrh was
the cuse and In his orders stated
sweetly, that pics were inst forcing to
tl)e fore or front or to the lend, so to
speak, in this wonderful country of
1'iirs. And so with an assignment of
but one word three Letters at that
1 started on my Journey eager to add
another chapter to the book termed
' adventure " Hut It was for differ
ent from any previous engagement
including several of the still vurlety
of the good old days.
Reporters huave habits of eating together-
But In order to get on the
li'Blde of tho facts one must know the,
real dope. Perhaps it Is because they;
are news fiends. Perhaps they fig-:
ure that if one falls to hear through
loth ears his pal will grasp tho
BOaridal, robbery or whatever con-1
corned flashes through the lunch1
room. At any rate they arc Just plain
people, with n smile for all. and es
pecially for a nice, gingery' cut of pie
In company with a co-worker I en-
tercd a local noodle parlor With
both eager like and to bo out of the
ordinary, because most people order
noodles, asked for pie. The young
woman who waited on us. after waving
WJ hei languagi In regular ooean style, in-1
9 j formed us that she had but one kind
K - i of pie left and it was electric pie. i
B - J Electric pie? Being an ex-gob, I
'i. 5 scratched my upper deck hut was un-l
able to ever record of over having
W -Jfi heard of a sweet with that name My
V .jf-J co-worker was also stupid.
KiimWM ' bi..th r.ec(e. something s-hock-
iJjpif 'ng And we were right The pie
y c ontained several handiuls of cur-!
V.', rants and unless we miss our guess 1
M the cook must have stood In one
yjM corner ol the room and thrown the'
'Am currents Into the crust because they
tttmmy ' ' 1 '' scarce of German marks.
k U TRY ANOTHER
IjmW Disgusted, we entered another cafe.1
J&MWM This one was all class. You know ala
"JqH 1'itih Avenue style. The cafe was well
Li'fmWM fortified with demure misses and one
Jym '1 clever young girl, perhaps
WSmmm fbout seventeen summers and Lord
I OGDEN COUPLE
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Toponee
celebrated the fiftieth anniver
sary of their wedding at their
home. 2422 Adams avenue las',
night They were married at
Corinno fifty years ago yester
day Mrs. Toponee v. as born at
Salt Lake City. November 19,
, 1847, while her husband first
saw light at Rclford, Franco in
B Both are well known to Og
denitcs. Mrs. Toponee was the second
girl bom after the arrival of the
pioneers in Utah and is now the
oldest native daughter, the other
having died several years ago
I MASSACRE OF JAPANESE
WAS REPRISAL OF REDS
HONOLULU. Sept 18 That the
massacre of Japanese at Nlkolalovsk,
Siberia, last March when several hun
dred persons were put to death by
tho Bolshevlkl. was in reprisal for
acts of the Japanese military forces
there was declared by Edward H Bar
ker, a mining engineer of Vaneouer,
B. C. who arrived hero todaj on his
way home from Siberia.
knows how many winters smiled
sweet and said: We haio apple, rais
in, cocoanut cream, pineapple, black
t,, rrj chocolate, custard, peach, mince
rind dewberry pic
Blai kbsrrj " WS chorused, as If we
!had had several rehearsals.
J It surely was a black berr, too.
'cause it had enough crust to start 8
b(-kerj all own. Shoe shops are
noted fdr tough leather, but the crust
on that pie oh boy, bring on the drill
YOl' T.OT THE C RUST.
And on leaving, the demure miss
'said: "You tell 'em pie face, you've
'got the crust "
Not beinK able to devour mor.- thnn
sixty cuts of pic during the first day.
we halted our visit, that Is as far as
pie eating was concerned.
In one of the cafes two of the
twentieth century type you know
cane, kid gloves, sprits, silk hankey
derby and so forth entered and or
dere.l pic to match their vests I ne
Ordered peach while tho other or
dered black berry
And after a tramp around the lanes
pf the t Ity I was Informed that ogden
devoured moie than 800 pies dall,
Which In round pie figures Is 4000 cut
daily, each plo being divided Into five
Of the entire list blackberry ap
pears to be the greate-si seller Co
coanut ereum, raisin and apple- arc also
good sellers. Custard Is said to be
the poorest seller.
one of the young women employed
in one of the "pie" houses Informed
me that young children always sail
for blackberry pie. in order that they
mny decorate their clothes.
Young women also eat the fancy j
pies, such as cocoanut, pineapple
cream und the like, while the husky
youths of the city eat the ole shoe
leather varieties such as r.ilsln. apple
and electric pie-
Ogden Is now a leading pie center
as well us a great Industrial c nter
More than 2S.960 pies are devoured
here yearly which is some number, j
If you have a sweet tooth tr your i
luck and it you want to be shocked
I rj .i u electric
Breaks Parole; Taken
Back to State Prison
Fritz de Wilda, convicted of bur
glary' in Ogden, and who has served
i two years in the state prison at Salt
Lako was taken Into custody here last
! night by officers of tho penitentiary
De Wilde, according to officers of
the local sheriff's d partment, was out
on parole. His leave was granted lo
allow him to visit with his family.
Falling to return to the prison when
his parole was up. Warden Storrs or
dered him taken Into custody. He was
returned to Salt Lake last night
De wllde was lodged In the city jail
about two years ago following tho al"
ieged purloining of furnishings from a
local furniture company, where he
LEAD IN ILLINOIS
CHICAGO, Sept. IS. With eleven
'precincts missing from dow-nstate and
268 from Cook county, Republican prl
1 mary returns from 5468 of the 5737
I precincts In Illinois give For United
States senator: McKlnle. 34y.04O.
Unofficial returns from all but 26S
precincts In Illinois in the Republican
primaries give for governor. Ogles
by. 349.668; Small 347.142.
The missing precincts are all in Cook
'county where Small maintained an av
erage lead of about thirty votes per
precinct in earlier returns
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' JIT FIRM OUTING
Congressman Urges Upon
Farmers Necessity of
Congressman Milton II Welling,
I addressed a large audience com
! posed of agriculturalists from Weber
county and scores of people from
Ogden at the Lorin Farr Park pa
jvllion last night. He was the speak
er of the evening nt tho Farm Bu
reau-County School annual fair, nnd
j while arrangements were not made j
for his speaking until it was too lale j
) to announce his vhdt, hundreds wero
present to hear bis address
Farmers, according to Concrqss
! man Wellinr. must organize. Capital
iand labor are organized and bofh
are represented in national organiza
tions Farmers, the producers of ma
Iterials which represent the life blood
I of the nation must also organize,
anl must pull together lor their
own interest, he contended.
NecessitN for organization, with the
view of becoming a factor in the wel- i
fare of the country at larrcc and the
iwest specifically was called to the,
attention of the farmers by Congress
man Welling. At present, he pointed I
out, eastern legislators, not realiz
ing and knowing the problems of the
west, have acted vigorously against I
proposed reclamation projects and ,
other important matters which would
mean millions or dollars added to
the treasury of the United States.
During the greater part of his ad
dress, Congressman Welling dwelt
upon the necessity for creating prop
er facilities for adequate irrigation
and also showed the necessity for
reclaiming lands through drainagi
Among other things, he recom
mended an adjustment In marketing
conditions so that the prices, are not
Jumped exorbitantly between the
fanners who produce foodstuffs, and
Me s.i Id ho h:id hf.cn In vpil I rrn I in c
the cold storage situation and had
discovered that produce from fann
ers, especially in tho line of dairy
I products and ether commodities
'which can be successfully placed in
cold storage, were purchased at a
Jlow price from the farmers. The
articles are then placed in cold stor
age, he contended, and released in
Quantities small enough lo maintain
a short market, with resulting high
priCM, Farmers, If properly organ
ized, could institute legislation which
would establish a fair rate of profit
on foodstuffs handled in this manner,
and ihe result would benefit not only
tho producer, but the cousumcr as
He complimented the officials in
charge of th? Farm Bureau-County
School affair, and -also spoke of the
enthusiasm and the neighborly spirit
The exhibits were highly praised
by Congressman Welling
Deaths and Funerals
POWERS Funeral services for
Donald Fowers, aged 3, son of Mr and
Mrs. Walter Fowers. 2770 Washington
avenue were held yesterday afternoon
I Interment was made In the City ceme
tery. KOTOHELTj. Funeral services for
Henry Mitchell were held at tho Klrk
cndall chapel yesterday morning with
the Rev J. E. Carver officiating. Tho
body was shipped to Salt Lake, where
Interment was made in the Mt Olivet
RHINE. Services for Josephine
Arllne Rhine, three months" old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rhine.
2532 Fowlor avenue, were held yestor
day afternoon. Rev. J. E. Carver of
ficiated Interm-nt was made in tho
I Mountain View ccmctoiy.
i WASHINGTON, Sept. 18. Condi
tions of the twelve federal reserve
I banks was as follows at the close of
business September 17:
j Resources. Gold and gold certlfl
I cates $ 1G 4,5 2 0, 000.
Gold settlement fund federal reserve
I board. S33 1,308.000.
Gold with foreign agencies, n lig
Total gold held by banns, 607 2C: -
Gold with federal reserve ajrent.
Gold redemption fund, $127,892,000.
Total gold reserves, $1,973 127,000.
Legal tender notes silver, etc- $160.
I 01 S 000.
ITotal reserves. $2,133,145,000.
bills discounted secured by govern
I ment war obligations, $1,202,593,000.
I All other, $1,306,610,000
; Bills bought in open market. $321,
Tot il bills on hand. $2,830808,000.
United States government bonds,
, United States Victory notes. $69,000
United Suites certificates or indebt
Tot;:l earning assets; $3,251,161,000.
Dank promises. $ 1 4.263.000.
Uncollected items and other dedue
tlons irom gross deposits, $1,097,408,
oO't. Vivo per cent redemption fund
'against federal reserve bank notes
I All other resources. $4,660,000.
Total resources. $6,513,661,000.
Liabilities Capital paid In $97.
Government deposit $135 178,000.
Due to member reserve accounts,
,$1.821, 833. 00".
Deferred availability items, $6 7 6.
275.000. Other deposits, Including foreign
government credits, $42,409,000
Total gross deposits. 12,675,696,
000. federal reserve- notes In actuul cir
culation $3 289,681,000.
I Federal reserve bank notes In circu
lation net liability, 1212,219,000
All other lUbilitlcs, $ 7 1,9 5 5.000.
Total liabilities, $6.613661.000.
i Hallo of total reserves to net deposits-
and federal reserve note liabilities
I combined, 43.8 per cent.
Ratio of gold reserves to federal ro-
-lie Brown and Hugh Ste
phens, who gave exhibitions of
Md-timo dances at the First
ward primary pnpeant in the
Weber Normal college
BOTH PARTIES !
Republicans and Democrats
Hold County Conventions
i special Dlspatob.)
BRIGHAM. Scpl. 18. Th- Repub
licans and Democrats of Boxelder
county met hero today In county con-
nti ms and nominated their tlekcts
for the elections in Novemher.
The Republicans met at the Liberty
theatre Chalrm.in J. W Dowe Intro
duced John F. Durton of Garland as
the permanent secretarv Tho ticket:
For state senator J. W. Peters,
mayor of Hrlgham.
For representative. M E. Iverson of
For clerk, Russell wight of Brlg
FOT treasurer, Benjamin Harding of
i or sheriff. Captain J. C. Lillywhltc
For commissioner for four years,
Albert E. Holmgren.
For commissioner for two years, J.
J. Crarter of Corlnne
l"..r recorder, Mrj. Ephrlam Jen
sen of Brlgham.
For assessor, Lorenzo Tott of Brlg
ham. For attorney. C. E. Foxley of Brig
For surveyor, Lorenzo Anderson of
At the Democratic convention
Chairman T. H Blackburn introduced
Milton II W elling, who was presiding
officer of the convention which nom
inated the following ticket:
For senator, T. F. Coombs, Fielding.
For representative, T H. lilackburn,
For clerk, G. W. Watklns. Brlgham.
For treasurer, J. J Ward. AVIllard
For sheriff. Job Welling
For commissioner for four years.
G. G. Sweeten, Colllnston
For commissioner for two years, A.
R Capener, Garland.
For recorder, Mrs. Ruth Conine,
Por attorney. W E Davis
For surveyor, Robert Balton. Wlllard
BOMB PLOT IS
SAN JOSE. Cal.. Sept. 18- The
Now York bomb explosion was
declared today by Seymour Sted
man, Socialist candidate for vice
pri sldeht, to be an "outrage" and
a "terrible and revolting act."
"Such methods do no good and
arc deplored by every' civilized
human boing," he said In a state
ment. "They are the work of fee
ble minds crazed by the evils of
the present economic system.
However, those who would most
like to see some reforms in tho
system brought about deplore as
much as any one tho employment
of such mistaken methods.
UTAH 'DRY' PLACE;
RUNS FOR OFFICE
SALT LAKE. Sept 18. Matt
Thomas, of Salt Lake, federal pro
hibition director of Utah, today
wired to Washington his resigna
tion from that office to take effect
next Monday, he announced to
niht. Thomas Is candidate for
congress on the Democratic ticket
and gave as his reason for resign
ing from office that he did not
Wish to hold one position while
running for another. He will de
vote his time to campaigning.
FRENCH ASSEMBLY NAMES
NEW PRESIDENT THURSDAY
PARIS. Sept IS. The national as
sembly which will elect a successor to
President Deschanel, whose resigna
tion now Is In the hands of Premier
Mlllcrand. will meet at 2 p. m. Thurs
day, September 81, It was announced
NOTED SPANISH PAINTER
DIES AT ADVANCED AGE
i:V YORK, Sept. 18. Word of
the death at Versailles, France, on
Wednesday of Raymondo de Madrazo.
i the most famous portrait paint
ers of Sinln. Ints been received In a
Paris cable from Elbert H. Gary, or
thi United States Steel corporation. De
Madrazo was 7D years old.
serve notes in circulation after sot
ting aside 35 per cent against net de
posit liabilities, 43.1 per cent.
Forty-five minute service to
Ogden Canyon Sunday, Sept.
19, 11:15 a. m. until 8 p. m.
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Walter Hampton's Plea Turned
Down by Pardons
Walter M. Hampton, former book
keeper for the Golden Rule store,
who enlered the state prison yester
day morning to serve sentence from
one to twenty years after having
been convicted of forgery in the dis
trict court hero, has been denitd
parole by the state board of pardons
Hampton appeared before the board
yesterday afternoon but a few hours
after being taken to the prison from
the county Jail here, according to
Mayor ank Francis, who attended
the pardons board meeting yesterday
upon invitation of Governor Simon
The board members listened to
I Hampton's plea for liberty, but em
phatically denied him parole. Mayor
Francis said. Hampton was convicted
of having filled In two checks of the
Golden Rule store for $1500.
Mayor Francis, upon Invitation,
listened to the pleas of other con
victs for parole and declared upon
his arrival homo last night that the
state board is accomplishing much in
guiding prisoners toward living bet
ter lives through the honor system
nsed at the prison, and the system
used in releasing them.
G. A. R. SOCIETIES
MAY BE CONSOLIDATED
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Sept. 18
Plans to federate the allied rp:i nlzji
tlons of tho Grand Army of the Re
public into one great national body
were dlseussed at u meeting 1 1 1 1 hT
this afternoon In conjunction with tho
preliminary arrangements for the G.
A. R. encampment which opens next
week. The Women's Re'lcf corps,
Ladles of the G. A. R.. Sons of Vet
erans, Sons of Veterans Auxiliary Jind
1'aufrhters of Veterans were represent-
! TO HEAR EH
i Justice Will Be Chief Speaker
at the Annual
Justice Joseph E. Frlck of the Utah
supreme court will be the principal
I speaker at the annual banquet and
election of th University club of Og
den at the Weber club Wednesday!
evening1, commencing at 6:30 o'clock, j
Justice Prick will talk on crimes and
! criminology, discussing the methods
and results of the Utah s . '.e board
Other spoakers will be Bern rd Dc
voto, Lieutenant Colonel James a.
Howell and Abbot R Heywood.
Announcement will be made at the
banquet that the club is In excellent
I financial condition.
Musical numbers will be furnished
by Mrs. Norman Atkinson, soprano;
J Miss Mildn-d Ware, contralto, MlSS
H !en Hunter, r.-llist. Mix Mary Fish
er, violinist, and Mrs. Gertrude Biddlc
1 Bojorques. pianist.
All members of the University club
I are expected to attend the dinner and
all men eligible for membership in
the club are invited to confer with W.
Hal Farr, the club's secretary.
DENVER STRIKE LEADERS
ARE RELEASED ON BOND
DENVER, Colo.. Sept 18. The Col
orado supreme court today (ranted
a wilt of tjupcrscdas In the case of the
seven heads of the striking street rail
way employes union who were sen
tenced to 90 days In Jail for contempt
of court and they will be released
under bond of $1,000 each. They
were sentenced August 16.
SWITCHMEN AT ST. LOUIS
VOTE TO DROP STRIKE
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 18 Members of
the St. Louis Yardmen's association,
who have been on strike since AprW.
otej to return to work. In a refercii
Idum recently conducted, officials of
Ithe organization announced today
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