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j 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1920.
I June Roberts and Francis X. Donegoo. dancers in John Cort s musical
I comedy. -LISTEN LESTER," coming to the Orpheum. Tuesday and Wed-
I nesday, November 9 and 10. Seat sale opens today.
i THE KIDDER KIDDED!
tuKjatfcVOOO NN -
I This is Ruby Lynn.
Ituby is ;i bitchfield, UL. waitress.
She Leaped to fame when she v-.i sveetl;i compliiueuted -m hot
''l"i i(us hair by Senator U antes rianjilton . is. She r,eturbetl the
compliidc'til b calling -I Ham u ''bolshevik' n account of hi Mrhis
Uors. I. IImh w iis fuuiiiug for governor of Illinois- The other day,
s campaigning hi Litqhficltl, in dropped uxtb a restaurant and sat at
Ruby'jj table. lit a in jesting niood. Rubj approached and J,
l lam began
"Ah-h-h! my doir. when 1 gaze upon your wealth of chestnut
hair, which the rayi of ;t beneficent and salubrious biw have kissed
into a delicate gold when I observe the little dimple nestling so
coyly in thai shapeij chin, t rejoice thai iln committee whose work
it was to pick uiy itinerary should have placed Litchfield n tin- list.
Ruby, yon may brjug ""' u ''"I' "' ,'"''M'- if .VOJJ please.','
Uni giggled, made a Flattering reference i" his "bolshevik'
whiskers, aiul replied :
" Ydu know, senator, I've been kidded by experts:" fSo has
t in- senator, what ! )
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I crisp, full-bodied texture
j fully satisfies.
I Naturally, then,
I PostToasties are the most
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10 MAW FLEETS
Many U. S. Warships Given
Full Crews and Put
in Operation 1
WASHINGTON, Nov. S. R-eruitiii(T
for the, navy i progressing o setlsfa -toriiy
that naval officials bellevt H
i soon will be possible to send to fea si
large number of vessels of a!l classes
(now carried on paper is part of the
fleets, but aotuglly tied up :,t S-Vy
urOr for lack of crews.
I Recruits are entering the f:vicc at
a rate exceeding 8,800 a wee and the
training stations are dally sending
!: rge numbers of men to the fleets af
Iter tho usual four months of I raining.
nM SHIPS TIED UP
I 1 u Nov. I. lue navy ft'js only 28,0001
Inter) short or tin- authorised strength!
iof the approximately 143.000 and H Is
I balled .it Hi.' department that the full ;
Strength wll be reached before M.ii h,
Ll. Eighteen battloshlps nre now with
the Atlantic ami Pacific fleet on cmiS
linn duty while four others have rcdttC-l
1 (d . ti-w. . Thirteen of the older iypl
are out of commission 'entirely I
I m the .':: modern destroyera om-
plot eri and turned over to thr ni ,
only BE ;:r- uow !m full commiBsiOn i il
of thth.' .'"i are In European haters or
are outfitting for service abroad. f
the rcmalnd r 1 2 are laid up frith!
crews v( thirty men aboard ahd the,
I others ai- pu "f oammiaaloh entirely.
UFI'KND III U 181 S
11 i" explained 1 thr navy depart-1
Iment tha is no exportation of ever
I placing full prewi aboard all the de
idestroers in time of peace a the navj ,
now has a super-ahundancc of this t'pe
of ess la.
About forty per cent of the destroy-1
ers eventually Will be kept fully mun-
lltCd an.l on duty with the fleets undi
the other;; given onlj large enough
crews to keep thorn ready for duty in
.' time of omergenc)
The naval reserve force, naval offi-,
: CI rs sa , ' an always t'e lependeJ upon
; 'o provide trained crews for both ie
stroyers and battleships in reserve
iivu occasion demauda,
No modern submarines are out of;
I commission, according to ivhh1 offi
clals, but a5 of these vessels of the!
j older typeK, arc without full crews.'
I'Dlirtlculty has i-n experienced In;
tnilnhiK men lor the s'i Iniu-rsibles due,
to the peculiar technical nature of the'
( Ell IM )R v S M V
r the Elfty-five Eagle ioats on the'
navj llsl ;:i are fulh manned, with;
I cruisers anl gunboats in full com-!
mand and 2i in reduced commission!
are laid up-
Th substantial Increase In pay
urunted the navy at the last :;c-si.ionl
i o; ruiiKrfs.s to.FPth. i with the recent
I arinounoem'ent of an extended crul.se by
th Aitant'c and Pacific flootsthlsl
K-lnter, to pi rv.s it; south America, Af-
t ea. Australia and New Zealand, have
i ryed to j,t. uly stimulate enlistments, i
loffici.iis in r? partlnent say.
; SICK EXECUTIVE
i Willie House Lawns Covered
With Gret Throirj
i VA.SHINOTON v . 3 President
Wilson mads ) !.-. tirsi public appear-!
lance bust ni!it In mo-o tban vegr i
I when he was lifted Ffi h!s "-he Chair
to the east Dortlco rf the White House'
whllo hundreds cf Washington league I
i f nations adherenta gathered on the
White Ur Iwn to do him honor.!
I IMIL1 I . SKAR
i The crowd of men , women and
j children b. ;, Uiir -fnte banners and th" '
national flM under the leadership of1
John p. Costello Uemocratic nutlon
I al commltteenvin for th'' District of'
Columbia aKsrrrjbled at Democratic
national headhuarters and matched to I
l th White How a here the gatCs were I
OpSn to the DUbllc for ih fi--st timr
since the beginning of the- wsi.
As thp president was lifted in his
wheel chair up the Steps from the in-
trlor of tho White House lending to1
the oat portico the crowd on the ter- 1
race below broke Into uppiauee and '
joined In thS fmglng of "America." I
Mrs Wilaon and members of the'
fatnllj stood about the president while!
the orowd s )ik Witli an overcoat '
buttoned losely about him and -.i soft I
, ) shading his face, the president s;tt j
Silent watching the throng below
Th-rr v.:- more cheering as the adng
. -olcis sang "Carry Mo Back to I
Ole Vlrglhny.' ani the crowd plokad
up the Chorus The president's faoe
relaxed and he turned his head to
speak to Mi- Wilson beside his chair.
I A the song enUd amid renewed!
cheers a luge '.ouuct of flowers was;
laid upon th- bnluHttade before him '
Mr Wilson raised his hat and held It
(aloft us attendants roiled his chair I j
baet: toward the rioor The CroWd sent '
np cheers for the league and foi the
president, and ns Mrs. Wilson waved a I
final greeting from the doorwav. iang
"The Star-Spangled Haner. '
NICK ARNSTEIN PLEADS
NOT GUILTY IN COURT
WASHINGTON, Nov. 55.- Jules W.
"Nicky" ArnstelO entered a plea of
not guilty when arraigned here today
b. fine Justice (knild of ih District
of Columbia supreme court on in
dlctment charging bJb and others with
conspiring to bring stolen securities
into the district from New York Arn
stein reserved the right to withdraw
his plea within I week and make such
other motions as he might decide upon
One phase of th Arn-ieln case Is!
expected to be ruled on Monday by the
I'nlted States supreme court and until
then Justice Gould refused to dsoid
the question of ball.
David W Sullivan and Wiley W
Easterdar, Washington brokers named
with Arnstcin In the Indictment, were
arraigned with him today and also
entered, pleas of not guilty, noth are
at liberty on bond.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.. nW 5.
The anti-parochial school amendment
requiring compulsory education of nil
children from ." to lti years of uge
in public schools wh- detected Tues
day in Michigan, virtually complete
returns showed. The vote was 27.".
iZ2 for, and 47o,s48 against.
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IDLE COAL MINES
American. British and French
Companies Will Make
MBXICO CITY, Nov. 5. American,
itritiM! and French mining companies
in the state of f'oahulla lan a pro
test lo the Mexican government agalnxt
the latter! decision to operate many
mines In the state, owing to the Ina
t.illtv of employers and striking work
men to reach an agreement ending the
present strike. It is denied in offi
cial circles the government has Intend
ed to confiscate the mines, but It Is
asserted Amatii measures are neces
sary to supply railroads and factories
with fuel The constitution, it ia polnt-
out, authorises the government to
act :n such an emergency.
Representatives of (he coventor of
("onhulla yesterduy iook over five mln
Itift properties, announcing that opera
tion! WOUld s'.nt probably today. The
i i it have peSQ idle for ten days fol
lowing a Strike in support of demands
for erase Increases ranging from ioo
io ;."u per cent. All profits, it In Bald,
will lie turned over to the owners of
I 8, PROTEST IVERTED
WASHINGTON, Nov 5. official
prot-st urhiiisi the leisure by Mexico
of the coal mines In the state of Con
hull.t wiih ,-i verted by the explanation
St i i' id lodaj by hp stale department
t'r'.ni tli American embassy at Mexico
City that tho Mexican government did
1 not contemplate the confiscation of
The mine! are owned hy American
French and British companies and the
report that the Mexican government
had determined npin Rnvirnmrnt op
eration of the mines pending adjust
ment of a strike caused the compa
nies to place the CSSS before the state
The Mexican government has ex
plained to the embaasy at Mexico City
'hnt temporary operation of the mines
(Oklahoma Woman Pioneer;
Talked to Customers in
MT78ICOGBB, Okla.. Nov. 5. Miss1
Alice Robertson. tt nner, cafeteria,
owner and the only rongresswoinan-i
elect in the I'nlted States, sat in, her
little restaurant last night planning'
th menu for today's noon-day meal.
"1 think 1 should celebrate my own
election by preparing some "tr trult j
salad and fried c hicken." she said as
she lyped the bill of fare Then sh
turned again to politics and shook;
hands with many who raw to copr
srafulate hr on her victory' over W".
W Hastinro. hemocral, who has rep
resented the second eongressionai dis
trict since 19 14
"Mias Alice." known over the state I
! 3 the most rdcturesque character in'
; Oklahoma, made the race, for congress
ulthouch she was opposed to and
worked actively against the woman
"The men have thrust the vote on
i us. Now I'm going to see if they
! menn It." she said, when she an
I nounced her candidacy.
"1 guess they did." she COnolUSlod
when figures trlUnc of her election
were brouaht to her.
The story of Miss Robertson's life.
which began In a little Indian inls- I
slon. ten miles from here years
ago Is the story of a sacrifice by i I
woman for the betterment 'of the In-i
Alan tribes here.
Her father came to the old Indian
in the interest of the country, wu u
t (institutional right and would noli
leopardlj the title rights. I'nless evl-denr-
thnt more radl i in sores
taken, diplomatic lnterfersi.ee by the j
United States is said to be lrnpioba-l
territory in 1S49 when the eery of
"Gold" was heard from California.
But his mission was not one of we.il h.
"My father come to be a gom! oltlsen
j for the new country." she said.
Her victory was by 2 73 votes, out
' of approximately so.oou ballots cast '
but Instead of beln conducted on her
front porch." it was conducted in )ht;
c afeterln .
Whenever a man or woman went
there to at, silc sal down at the table
and "talked.it over." She nlno ran
"ads" In the daily nowspapers pro
claiming" the day's menu, giving bib-,'
lical quotations and advancing polit
ical arguments. The "ads" rivaled even
the news columns for their Inter. '
Two Roman villages dating back to
the first century. B. C, heVe been
discovered by excavations In the Swiss
Shakespeare had only one romance.
In his life, and thut was unhappy. '
RATE HEARING APPEAL
OF KANSAS IS REFUSED
WASHINGTON, Nov 6. The petj H9
tion or the Kansas court of rc-latlonf
for a hearing on the advanced inter
state rules granted in u extern tan
torv was denied today by the Inter
state commerce commission. The court
contend-. 1 that tho roads in western
territory would earn .ipproxltimt.-U
192.00u.000 in excess of 6 per cent oil Ifl
the aluo of the railway propertl- s in I CI
thst territory under the new rates f R
The oommlsi Ion's announcement IflJ
gave no roasons lir denying tho net!- Im
Tha armistice with Oermang wa
ign d near thi little lllag ..f r:.,- I I
thi fot . i