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6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1920.
I. AT THE ORPHElT
"What are you doing I t'c peppery and it s
In my rooms?" met full of real
good fun, many stay
hs2252 7run.9et here,n
I Good ReerenceiT;
a uiv'i i i i ERSAL WEEKLY
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Reported U. K. ot America
Denied By Officials
ROME. Nov 16. Great Britain.
France and the United BtU m have,
through thi-lr ambnssji.rs. express) d
satisfaction with the etUemenl wi '
Jtigo-Slavla of tlu Adr Ic 'inestion
reached at Ttapnlln. Haly. las: week,
Premier Gtolltti, of Itjly. announced nt
a cabinet meeting yesterday, says s
atatement Issued by the- St-fnnl Vows
ufency, a semi-official organiiation.
The Italian premier s statement was
made during his reply to congratula
Hons to himself. Foreign Minister
SKinea und Minister of War Bonoral
from their colleagu. I
si. I 6 PEA l Si V
Fignor Glollttl is iiur.tr. I an declaring
thr situation in t he nmtstlce sonc
a round Klume g.ie no can ;for an
ty. He said Flame's liberty and li di
pendence were safeguarded undei
the treaty any violation by the Jugo
slavs would bo tantamount to a declar
ation of war i.ii Ital
The cabinet approved a bill ratll
the treaty and annexing tin- new t- rr:
lOry which goes Italy.
IPPROl XL DI Ml I '
WASHINGTON, Noi II -The
American government ha6 expressed
no opinion on the Adriath setllemenl
between Italy and Jugo-Slavla it wa
Mld today at the state deu rtn
The text of the i.ki" tneril has no
been received at tb department, offi
cials said, and any expreaatan regard -ing
the settlement madu by the Ameri
can ambassador at Koine was mad
on his own responslldllt; .md b3
I Social Union Experiment
In Cincinnati Is Failure
CINCINNATI. O. Nov 10. -The So
cial Unit. established In the" Brighton
Mohawk district in Cincinnati four
years ago. with ISS,000 ple4ged bj
local citizens and New Yorkers, ban
doned its mission today, after n stormy
Mayor Galvln attacked the unit
calling It socialistic :uul Bolshevlstli .
and investigation was n.i i ivorable.
There was criticism that it should re
ceive funds from tin- war chest and
when funds became exhausted drive
for more failed. The experiment -traoted
nation-wide Interest. ither so
cial service agencies will undertake
the activities of the unit.
The Social Tnit's plan was to cen
tralize all activities of a community
within the community, with ultimate
extension of the same general plan to
the city, to the stale and eventually
to thc nation
OF TRAIN; ESCAPES
BROKEN ItuW. Neb.. Nov. 16.
Dennis Chester, while In charge
of throe officers and on the way
to Kan.'vi i'H' to answer to the
rharge of murder, broke through
the double gins window of the
car as the train on which he was
riding was entering Broken Bow.
'MAH.V. Neb., Nov. 16
Bloodhounds from Albion. Neb.,
wen- ordered to Broken Bov, to- i
day for use In an effort to run
down Dennis f'heoler, who escap
ed from a Burlington train near
BroKtiri Mow last night while en
rout from Great Fulls, .Mont . to
Kansas I'ltv whi hf. in wanted
in connection with the shooting of I
Florence Murton. daughter of a
wehlth) shoe manufacturer.
A. F. of L. Plans Means
of Settling Disputes
WASHINGTON. Nov. 16. The K
ecutlve council of the Amorlcan Feder
!ti of Labor continued Monday Its'
. i.s.slon, understood to be largely!
dev ote I to seeking methods ly which
differences between labor and capital i
n. i . bt adjusted peacefully. There
v.-l no Indication of what progn wa-:
bring made, however, except tliat It
st it d officially the meeting prob
xblj y n . l . i contlntta several days. All.
ii- ar. executive and no state
ment of the matters under i onsldera
tion hi- been fdven out.
SHiggi s-ti...n.- iliat ihr federation
planned to select some widely known
men to act as its Intermediary with
capital In future labor controversies
wer characterised by official aj "ab
surd." Those who would discuss the'
siig.t Ion, which named Herbert
Hoover, former federal food adminis
trator as th- man 1 1 k 1 to bo selected,
declared the r'-port haselen
"Neither .Mr. Hoover nor any other!
man outside Of the president of the I
M'nlted States."' was in a position tol
render beneficial services hi such a
ipaolty, one official of the federa-
It was recalled, however, that, it
was stated at federation headquarter'
last w-ek thai Mr. Hoover was ex-i
I pected to confer with the executive
lcbundU during its session regarding
Steps to Lncreade production and im-j
pw e working conditions In various In-'
IduvlriM.s through cooperation of labor'
organizations and scientists.
I There wore reports at federation l
i headquarters thai the executive eoun-l
,cji had under consideration legislation'
affecting the adjustment of disputes,
.whtr-h it would urge labors friends In'
leongres to push Members of thr
council r fuse. to comment, however.
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IN II A COURT
Hazel Roberts Tells of Alleged
Activities In White
The case of the government again?'
Mr. and Mrs Kd. I'nmphell and John
McCort, on a haige of violation of
the Mann act. was continued this
morning in tns United Btatas district
Mrs Camphell, her husband and
.John AMen. n landlord who had rent
ed rooms to the defendants were the
v yeaterdaj afternoon's session.
Haael Roberts, who blames the
Campbells' for her downfall, gave her
She related that her parentage wns
unknown Sinn.. Infanrv sh had :eeu
r.iise.l by foster parents whom, she
claimed, were endowed with all tho
unpleasant attributes of step-parents
of fiction. At a tender ago she was
. otnpelled t.. leave the somewhat pt".
carious shelter of this home gnd make
her own way In the world.
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l-'or several years she workr.i .u
such employment as she could turn.
her work taking her over the greater
portion of Washington. ( regon and
Nevada. She met a man whom she
married and later deserted because of
ill treatment. Her testimony Indicated
that during the course of her travel
she fell in with Mr. and Mrs. Camp
oell at Pot itello.
Mrs. Campbell, in her testimony this
morning, claimed that her parents
bad been exceedlnglv strict In curing
for her. She was not allowed to at
tend dances or mingle with friends,
Other than those who attended tho
ward socials In which tho girl lived
in Salt Iake. Because of the fancied
wrongs, the girl ran nwa' from home,
it Is claimed, and was taken Into the
custody of Salt Lake Juvenile authori
ties Sho was yet a minor when sho
married Campbells Mrs. Campbell fle
nlel all connection with Miss Roberta'
wrong doing?, claiming that even
though men vtalted Miss Kobris
while she was living with the Camp
bells, that sh. was In no way responsi
ble for Miss Roberta' conduct.
She testified that upon one occa
sion Mci'ort had visited her husband
to get money and a pair of dice with
which to gamble at a colored club
She said that while In Ogden. she
and her husband. Mls Roberts and
McCort had secured apartments at
2S"H Lincoln avenue. Following tn.
alleged visit of a t'hlnaman and a
3re.-K. the landlord ordered iheni t
move, she said.
Mrs. Campbell claimed to have been
an employe at a local cabaret and
fiance hall some months ago, prior to
her departuie with h.r husband to
MoCori was a former service men,
having se n service In Siberia.
It was brought out thai he offered
to marry the girl
Campbell enlisted in the army in
Idaho I-li I Is at the outbreak of ths
war. He saw active duty with tnc
First Division and received an honor
able discharge after having partici
pated in the majority of the greater
battles of the war
Mrs. Campbell, during the course ot
her testimony, denied a statement
made h Miss Roberts to in . f.-,
thai her husband had taken part 01
Hiss Roberts' relief earnings
Judge Tillman D. Johnson declared
a recess at ii' 3o o'clock continuing
the trial until 2 o'clock this afternoon.
United States Assistant District At
torney Henry D. Moyle acted as prose
cntiug attorney at the trial Uils morn
ing. Attorney George Halvarapn, as
sisted By Attorney Hal i.in repre
sented thc defendants.
REDUCE PRICES AS
STOCKS PILE UP
ROCHESTER. K y 'oy. 11.
Cuts in the wholesale prices of
men"s fall and winter suits rang
ing from 33 1-3 to 40 per cent
were announced today by nineteen
Rochester clothing manufactur
ers who are members of the Na
tional Association of Manufactur
ing Clothlers. Spring line of t;ie
sann manufacturers opend Men
day at prices thirty per cent low
er than last year's prices.
The price cuts arc to take ef
ret I immediately
No statement was made by q,ny
of the manufacturers In explana
tion of the price decline out fac
te tIck are known to hu e q hand
large stocks of unsold au-J re
turned winter suits. Overcoat
stocks are said not to be large.
U. P. Brakeman Is
Sued for Divorce
Charging that hei husband, Ralph
Griffin, made her life unbearable
through his allegod cruel and Inhu
man treatment of her, Nellie Orlffln
hae filed suit for divorce In the dlstrlct
court. Griffin Is a brakeman employed
by the Union Pacific railroad and re
sides in Ogden.
Mrs. Griffin complains that her hus
band has a violent and uncontrollable
temper and when he was not In an an
gry mood he assumed a cold and In
different attitude toward his wife.
Further, she assorts he has continu
ously encouraged his relatives to intei
lere with thc plaintiff in her family
Through his conduct Mrs Griffin
.'lieges he has utterly deslroved hor
peace of mind and wounded her feel
ings so as to serloush impair her
Mrs Griffin asks the court to sever
tho marriage ties, award her custod
of thee hild, Forrest. 9 years of age.
and to allow her alimony for mainten
By Corinne Lodge
Masons from Ogden, Salt Lake,
Brlgham, Malad, Trcmonton and Gar
land wt?re banqueted at Corinna last
night on the occasion of a special
visitation of the Corinne lodgo by the
Rev. John Edward Carver of Ogden,
acting grand master for the Masonic
lodge of Utah
Five automobile loads left Ogden
early yesterday with Ogden and Salt
i' masons. Fourteen individuals
Joined the party at Rrlgham and Tre
monton anil Garland furnished two
The visitor from igden and Salt
Lake returned home laat night.
I Men's Shop AoooDrbTOTRADE Men s Shop
I New Arrivals I
j Again, We Take Advantage Of The
I Drop In The Price Of Clothes j
We liyve bought another lot of men's clothes, We have taken
advantage of the very last drop in prices. And believe us, men, i
it is some drop. ?
These are not clothes bought last spring, when prices were out
of sight. These are clothes bought one week, two weeks and six $
We have sold two complete stocks in two months. New ship-
ments are ready for those who want suits and coats this week, $45.
I 77io Fnhvin AN wool, of course; we guarantee that,
iie I UUft p,ain browngj plain greens, piajn blue,
navy blue serge, the finest all-wool serge, pure worsteds, medcals,
hard finished worsted for those who want long wear. All at one I
77lP fvp Smart styles for the young chap in school
j 1 ffC first long trousers. (These are only $30.) f
Double breasted models for the young fellow wjho wants "pep"
style. Styles for "longs," stouts," "stubs." We fit them all at $45.
Come Have a Look at This New Shipment x
I Suits and O'coats $ASH I
j Made to Sell for $65 iD J
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'Mail Car Robbery Takes On
COUNCIL. BLUFFS, la.. Nov. 15
The Council Bluffs Evening Non-Pa-rell
tonight will say.
The loss In the Burlington mail car
robbery here Saturday night w 111 total
at least $3,500,000, It was made known
lu re today when additional postofflCS
men cam. to assist tho local Investi
gators and a check or the Insurance
on the pouches sttut made
The mi k which was found had been
ripped open contained (800,000 In K"" -eminent
bonds, the Investigators suld.
The bonds were SU route I rum San
I Francisco to Washington. D. , and It
1 Is possible that a larKCt amount than
(that was contained In the bag Offi
cers made a thorough search hut no
'more sacks were recovered
i Merle Phillip-', the 20-year-old mall
sorter on the train, sticks to liln sfury
that he merely stood watch on thc lo
comotive while two others did tin ac
tual robbery. But officers arc con
vinced that bis story Is partially un
true and that he is withholding: valu
able lnfornuilton Their doubt of the
authenticity of his "confession" was
confirmed when they arrested In
Omaha one "Frank Williams.' whom
Phillips identified as one of the two
men whom he met in a pool hall in
Omaha and whom he said was one of
the two men who did the actual rob
bing. Williams, however, whom Phil
lips pointed out without hesitation as
one of the men, wa-s able to prove such
a good alibi thai he was Immediately
Phillips at one time In his various
lexas Governor and Border
Senator Chat With
BROWXSVILLE Tex., Nov. 16
(By the Associated Press.) Forced
hy wind and weather to abandon his
vacation In Point Isabel, Prosldont
llurdlng today received his first oall
. rs since he came to Texas. Governor
W. P Hobby, of this state, and Sena
tor A B Fall. Of New Mexico, belli?
aiii'.tiK those with whom he had en
gagements. Governor Hobby made the tup Here
from Austin to extend formally the
appreciation of Texas for Mr. Hard
ins s visit and Senator Fall, who was
chairman of the senate s sub-commtt-tco
on Mexican affairs Is understood
to haVe discussed border conditions
Senator and Mrs. Harding came to
Brownsville from Point Isabel yester
do; and will leave tomorrow for Xew
Orleans, where they will ko aboard a'
stcajner for Panama. They spent the I
night at the home of R. B. Creager. a'
Brownsville lawyer, while moat of
their guests stayed on board the two
private care of the Harding train,
sidetracked here since the party ar
rived Inst week The president-elect
today took up some of the com -spondence
and other work that has
accumulated during his vacation.
confessions is roluted to have said that
his parents knew of his intenton to
rob thc mall car. and that at least six
persons besides himself wero Impli
cated. Inspector Claude Glenn and
his assistants have set to work ma -chinory
that will take at least twenty
four hours to bring results.
MRS. SARAH TABOR
TO BE FREED TO
PAW PAW Mich Nov. 16.
The charge of manslaughter
against Mrs. Sarah Tabor. S2 years
old. who was accused of ciuslni?
the death of hor daughter M , ids
j Tabor irgo. will be dismissed
according to a statement todt .
hy Prosecuting Attorney Hor.,,.
Adam?. Maud Tabor Virgo, whOS bod
I was found concealed in a trunk
j In u cellar of the Tabor boms In
Michigan, was several years go
I teacher In the old Ogden 11. sh
Ogden Chapter No. 2
Royal Arch Masons
Special meeting Tuesday. November
16, 8 p. m for work in R. A. degree.
By order the E. H P
F. E. NICHOLS. Sec.
NOT WORKING HUT TIRJEI) OlT
When one feels always tired without
working, or suffers from backache,
lumbago rheumatic pains, sore mus
cles or stiff Joints, it is not always easy
to locate tho source of trouble, but
er frequently it can be traced to
overworked. weakened or diseased
kidneys Mrs. L. Gibson, 12th and K'l
ison St., Ja Junta, Colo., writes Mv
kidneys were giving me a great deal
of trouble for some time. I took Fo
ley Kidney Pills and thoy helped me
rbrht away " Sold everywhere. Adv.
Strong winds are created for the
movies hy lane motor-driven propel
iers mounted on trucks
"Gets IT 1
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Ruddy Cheeks SparklingEyes
Most Women Can Hae
Says Dr. Edward's, a Well-Known
Dr F.M Edwar-i? for 17 years treated
scores of women f r liver and bowel ail
ments. Dunnp the.5 yean he gave to
his patients a orcsenptton trade of a
lew well-known vegetable ingredients
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Dr. Edv.ards' OIiv-- Tablets. You will
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The-c tablets arc- wondeT-workeron
ihe bver and bov7els. which cause a
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If vou have i pal fare, sallow look,
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rfcnrantiG of ' 'omen and men bka
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navUI jubstiaiu? lor ..-domel now and
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;i cup of hot water This makes :t ELaesl
full cup of shampoo liquid, enough fjBH
so it is easy to apply it to all the BH
hair Instead of Just the top of the E
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Just pour a little at a lirpc on tho BBI
-. i!p .it . I h.iir until l.oth are e.tlrelv P
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removes over bit of dandruff, excess I
hair oil and dirt After rinsing the
halt dries quickly with n fluffiness
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ness that makes urronglnc it a pleas- llunl
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No-Risk With j' fl
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