f ..t.eth YMrNo. 314 OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 25, 1920. LAST EDIT1QN 4 P. M j I
I WORLD FORGETS TROUBLES AND CELEBRATES I
1 POLICE LEARN
I NAME OFQTHER
I OGDEN ROBBER
Captured Drug store Bandit
i Said to Bear Cog
nomen of King
OF MAN WITH LOOT
Peace Officers Hope to Get
Hurried Action on Pros
ecution of Prisoner
I I Identity of the robber who craped
esterday morning after robbing the
Depot drug store of $531. has been es
tablished, aco-tr.iii.i,- i" information
received from ih- police station.
Harrv Byars. I he burglar wo. ( SS
captured, safd he'knet his pArtrtec
under the name of King. The fo.
lowInK initials wrc used by king -.
ordlng to Byars: W. U. J. B.. C. U
and L. c. Kinc wan described -is a
man -C eais old wearing a pair of
iduo overalls." a nine- lumper, grey
can and red sweater
ni-i Bill KN Ol ROBB1 l
He had blue eye, brown halt and
. . iKhcd from 150 10 1 .' .". pound' Hi"
height was given by Byars as about
five f-et elghl inches
m his can 'he man Wore o small
B. ol R. T. button, and was either a
vl ' iiian of a trainman.
Hars is detlcent regarding tho rob
1. -'-. the police reoort. bul fs?ls thai
he has bten ma.de the "gdat'i. by hJs
partner. The men had no prearranged
pjana for making their escape, and
Byars feels ih.it If he had accom
panied bis partner lhal both of them
WOUld have escaped.
Telegrams wort sent by Hit i oUCV
in everv direction and ncarb) towns
and cities have been notified of the
robbery- It I tbe belief f the po
lice thai King will be captured With
in U short time.
PRESS lltOSl I IO
Police hope to press the prosecution
of Uyars on a criminal eharKe with a
view to making his rapid conviction a
warning to others who have a bun! -
ring: for a life of crime.
There was much conrhieni today
on i ho similarity of the robbery jes
torday lo the robbery of Beth "nomas"
-rore i uion'h aKO.
When robbers entered Thomas
store. Thomas shot and Killed or.e
bandit who wa holding the i buoli
1 11 J the Other got away with a tray of
in the case of the Depot drug store
robbery the man with the ?o31 In the
i ash box escaped while his partner,
who was the man with the kuiv was
I PANAMA PRESIDENT ELECT
ACCUSED OF VOTE FRAUD
Him PANAMA, Dec. 24 The Nicaraguan.
fiMyH legation at Panama today gave but 1
message from the Managua foreign
jgb'9B office stating that the national con-
fcH gross has declared Dteg-j Manuel
MSS Chamorro and Bartolo Martinet,
constitutionally elected president and
nS9 Ii i- president, respectively, of N)ca-
ijH ragua. Th- new executives are 10'
$nfl lake office January 1.
f;jjnB Announcement was made in Mana-
jffsfl gua! recently that supporters of Jose
t-jHM Andres Urlecha, former minister of(
'iH foreign relations, who was defeated In
, ' .- the presidential election ! General!
. , Chamorro, had appealed to the state
departhaeht In Washington to talc
yB lomo action regarding the election
:;bIm setting thul flagrant frauds were com-
!SWj mltted. They were said lo be sup-!
ifi-tlB ported bj' many Influential members'
IiKCvH of the Conservative parts.
Ttjtw oo I
CARDINAL BRIGHTENS UP
AFTER CHRISTMAS MASS
io'liB BALTIMORE, Md . Dec. 26 En
rjjH couraglng news concerning the health L
!;:j;h5 ol Cardinal Gibbons was received to-,
' si tlaj' from ,ne nome ot Robert T. Sliri-.
j JRMj cr, at I'nion Mills. Maryland, where
! the venerable churchman has been a
tffi guest for several weeks. A midnight
mass WlM Jaid in his room by hln sec
1 l rotary, members of ihe family ol his
' ' A The f.miin.ii v.as reported as hai
I ijsjtjl ing rested well after ihe service and!
aa feeling "very bricht" this morning. ;
m'm 1' was also staiiMl ihn! Hi' pr-lale lias
RjSflB been showing Improvemenl lor the
last few days.
BRITISH ADMIRAL'S ACT
MAKES GREEKS ANGRY
ATHENS. Dec. 24. All of the:
newspapers devote one or more col-1
uinns of comment lo the recent Inci !
dftnt when Admiral Kelly, head of th'"
British naval mission here, declined
he decoration of tho Grand order of1
the Koyal Order of the Savior lender-1
i him by Consta ntine.
The Athini- remarks that it is comlo
lo observe the grave minister In 'rr
local foreign colony, "playing like lit-;
tie girls at a dan cc." Kbroooa Bays
solemnly that Ihe ;rerk people ar'
perfect!) calm and dignified and ic-i
nore the insult which it savs was In-j
tended by the British,
GERMAN SHIP ADVICES
WILL GO BY WIRELESS
ittjptsn NAUEN, Germany, pec. 21. Wire-!
Its6 reports on conditions iu Ihe Ger-
man port of Swinetuunde, Holteoau,
n ' '.B Hamburg, and others n the Welser
JL river for the bom foreign vi
i allinR at Cerman ports, will be given
SmH out dally at 10 a. in. I
Little Stories About
Christmas From All
Parts of the World
il. -on siM INDS GET HRISTMAS
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.. 1're.sidrnt Wilson planned to spend his last
Christmas in the White House quietly today. His daughter. Miss Mar- j
garet Wilson, Dr. Stockton, brother ol the presidents rirs; wile, and a
j v. ol Mrs. Wilson's Immediate relative, who are guests at the hi'
(louse for Hi- holiday season, formeii the family circle for the simple I
I ChflBlmaS dinner arranged.
The president's other daughter. Mrs. W 'J. McAdoo. and Mrs. I'ram i
iSayre and their children are not he.- this season. On account of ihe ah
peiup uf iIih voui.gsters. thnr.- v,as im ehrlstni.s i.r-.- it I he While llmir
The president and Bars Wilson, however, were expected to follow their (
Christmas Jjv custom of making a personal distribution of gifts to rhil
J liren alonw tin- roads which the prtsldt-nt used to frequent on his visits
i to a nearby Virginia golf club.
OMJ SANTA .! TO II IHI.
MARION, ' Dec. -o. It was a real Christmas today at the home
of President-elect and Mrs. Hardinn.
Immediately ;ifter breakfast the senatoi and Mrs Hardlif began to
peep at what Santa Claus had been sending for th- last .o weeks.
I Tin r. x. n lirerally hundreds of them, ranging frOnvClgarWtCS to Georgia
I possums." .Vol a single present w is opened until this morning.
DISABU5D SOLDIERS REMEMBER! l
j NEW YORK. Dec. 25 New York's' green Christmas" was .narked
I b unusual activities on the part of charitable organizations to bring
i be r into the hearts of the unfortunate.
Disabled soldier.-, sailor.: and marines, who are patients in many hos-
pltals, were recipients of bounteous gifts and spec ial dinners The Sal- j
I vatlpn Army ihe Kii- Knighte of Columbus and other fraternal societies i
ii trlbuted dinners and gifts to the poor. Thousands of Immigrants, held
iii for the day aboard ship at Kills island wfrc given a sample of Amcri- J
' j:i hospitality.
Kmpbies of the 'I odd Shipyard corporation assessed 10 per cent .f
their wages to provide clothing for 300o poor children. Various societies j
banded together 10 provide cheer to the thousands of patients in city
Midnight masses in Catholic1 churches weie unusually well attended.
At the church r s: Rose of Luna, a masa written m 174. was sung j
for the first lime in America.
There was a note Of sadness today In the services at the Protestant J
Kplscopal dathedra) of St John the Divine, where the late Bishop Charb-v.
.Summer liurch was to have preacaod.
'lb onununit C'hris'm.i-. tn-.- in Madosin iiare lighted bj Bu.OO
electric candles attracted an immense crowd last night, and carols were
' sung by a Kt eat chorus.
Sunday school children visited Trinity c meterj and placed wreaths
on the graves of Clement Moore, author of " "Twas the Night Before
I Christmas.' and bl Alfred TenysOh Dlckehs, son of Charles Dickens.
i:ihn i. mi it i Ell Sf SDS
NEW YORK. Dec. 25 -Christina
greetings from Cardinals Merclor of
BSlgiuni and Lucon or Rheims to the
American public were rerelved here
today at the headquarters pf the
Cnights of Columbus.
Cardinal Morcler said support of his
reconstruction fund by Americans had
provided Belgians with a happier
Christmas ih.-m n otherwise could
have been. Cardinal Lucon declared
ihe recent Knight of Columbus
pilgrimage wqiild remain one of the
most striking civic memories of
Mom S'ZOIL it ( l LI BR i i
QI I I T I
IK.'fiUN. Holiui'.n. Doc. 23. The
third Christmas of the Hohenzollern
family in Holland will be less prelen
,tlous than last year's celebration ut
lAAierogen. Tin- serious illness of the
I former empress and the rulclde of
Je .ihiin will give the Observance more
rol an ; ' i r of mourning than celebra
, t ion.
Many messages of greeting have
been received at Doom where the
1 Dm hess of Brunswick and the former
Crown Prlnci rVsderlck William, will
stay with their parents until after new
Bl ii GETS HANDS I R
CHKISI M v
j CHlCXdO, Dec. 23. "Merry Christ
'mas. mother; let's, Shake hands'
It years old today look his mother's
hands for tin- tirst lime and a moment
late M'-s Weigmann felt the touch ol
her son's arms around her neck for
the Tirst time In her life, although
the) ni ver had been separated.
Henry was horn armies- Despite
ids handicap he learned to caie for
himself and became quite udept at
drawing) holding the pencil between
his chin and his body, last May ho
was sent to a hospital. He went alone,
opening doors with his chin and sign
ing his name iu his peculiar WOj
An operation brought little stubs of
arms which helped Henry .i lot but
not enough lo enable him to reaJI.-'
his ombitloh of becoming an artist
Last week Henry's playmates took up
a collection of $4 75 and bought him
a pair of arms for a Christmas present,
vii. were adjusted today and one les
on was enough to teach Henry how
to use them
"I can dr. iw with them, put on my
own clothes and do anything 1 want,"
Henri told his mother, who had not
been Informed of ihe nnusuul Christ
mas p esenl until her son greeted her
with the request to "shake hands"
OLD E.YG1 i Mil ER1 M LPFY
LONDON, Dec. 25 Th United
Kingdom as a whole was facing far
from cheerful holiday when Christmas
eve arrived. Part of Ihe country to be
sure, was prepared for an old lime
festival and homes and hotels in the
West ESnd were arranging celebra
tions worthy of ancient traditions. In
contrast with this, however, mu-.t be
Placed lh gilm situation in Ireland
and the desperate want which has in
vaded homes by scores of thousands
throughout tho kingdom due to unem
ployment 11 was estimaled today that at least
a million people are without work and
London's Hast Knd was looking sadly
end longingly toward the luxury of
Ihe west end. Everywhere there were
r minders for the well-to-do of wli.it
Christmas meant to the less fortunate.
Even the gay throngs in Piccadilly
could not escape 'ho haunting look
of women who sing for pennies by the
Cirb Or of former army officers Iu war
stained tattered uniforms. Who
gr.-iflid out music from burdy gurdiea
while they watched through Ihe slils
of the masks thev wore to hid.- thell
SANTA BROl GUT HIM V III Mil
LOS AJNGEL.ES, Calif. Dec. 26; r
Mrs, Irrances Rofrano, 80 years old. is
dead and her husband, PsisqUsJ Rb-n-nno.
2). is in :i hospital, the. result,
Die police said he told them, of his
having no money with which to buy
his wife a Christmas present.
They were married live weeks ago.
Kofrano. a fruit broker, Invested 'II
his money n ,u, auiomobile ror busi
ness ua-. Today, he Said, his wile
asked him what ha had bought for his
ChriSlmqfl glfl to her. When he told
her In- had no mono and had bought
I her no gift, he declared, she shot Mm
and then herself.
) Bollce surgeons said h- would rc
ST. M u OMES IN llt!i.M
RIDGBWOOD', N. J.. Drc 25. San-1
Ita Claus came out of the cloud8 and
circled low before assembled hundreds
of children who could se.- the pink of
his cbfeeks and the whirl of his whis
kers as his airplane cut "didoes," in
the air today Then ho dropped dolls
land toys to them, which floated d.QW
I to earth in miniature parachutes.
Snnta's trip was arranged by the!
Christmas Tree association of Ridge-
' PRESIDJ . f EDE4 I ll I s
GRI l l J N . -
MARIO.N, .. Dee. 25. President-1
-elect Harding issued the following
Christmas greeting last night:
"Like every normal human being, I
Wish everybody U very merry Christ
m is It gets us out of a rut to .loin
In a national chorus uf cheer and
"There Ls peace, there i.s confidence
in the morrow. There is even cheer
lh the belief thai the distress of to
day is iiulckh to pass and W may
hope as well as wish for a prosperous
new car "
FRANCE EXPLAINS PART
IN DISPUTE OVER CABLES
PARIS. Dec, M. The French ..fti
,clal ele'WPOlnt concerning the con
troversy over the former German ca
bles Was explained to The A -. i.ated
Press Friday In a statement issued by
the foreign office.
1 "Tho American newspapers charge
1 France With being in league With
Japan against the United states in
'the cable question and hindering by
'its unreconcllable utlllude a settle
ment of the question, ' Bays the state
;nieut. "Iii the cable question, Prance
: defends its Interests as Japan Is de
: feuding hers.
"Tin- Conclusion that Japan and
Train. have Joined bands against the
' I'nlted States is wrong. Franco is
willing to penult Ihe United States to
share the benefits in the exploitation
i'f D:e German cables seized by the
allies France proposes to the United
States Joint ownership and Joint ex
ploitation of the cables seized. The
United States refused to accept this
solution, although it seems more ad
vantageous to them than the proposi
tion mado bv England. The charge
of unreconellabllity against France,
therefore, is unfounded."
EARTHQUAKE IN ALBANIA
KILLS AND INJURES MANY
TIKAN. Albania. Dec. 25 Forty
Two persons were killed. 200 were. In
jured and 500 made homeless bj the
recent earthquake in tho Tepeienl dls-
, l rid . .t wis 1 1- 1 1 mil ti.. , I'l,.. small
number Ol casualties was due to Iho
fact that the district was thinly popu
lated, since most of the population had
left iwing to the devastation suffered
I by the towns Ln the district during the
warfare between the Albanians ami
'Jugo-Slav s. Doctor John Beymdds, of
New Britain. Conn., head of the Amer
ican Red Cross unit sent lo the Tcpe-
Iehl area, returned today to this city.
ib found the roads Impassable to an
automobile because of fallen rocks and
jUSOd horses instead. He visited ihe
villages affected bj the oarthquaks
and left food and medical supplies.
.Milk and 'iolhtng have slm e been
sent lo all the destitute children of the
SUFFRAGIST IN CONTEST
FOR U. S. SENATE PLACE
.T A( KS i Miss.. Dec. 26. MlM
Belle Kearney of Flora, Miss., proiui
nent suffragist, prohibition lecturer
and world traveler, today forrnalh an
nounced her candidacy for the United
! States senate hi succeed Senatoi John
MANY WILLING j
TO TAKE MONEY
Charles Gailarcl Declines to
Charles Garland Declines to
He's No Santa Claus
HE GIVES HIS REASON
TO WOMAN REPORTER
Opposes Hirinci of Employes
and Objects to Use of
Coin By People
Bl HOE BE! K i 1
BUZZARD P HAV. Ma--. Dec. 23.
Rumors that Santa Claus b is moved
to Huzzard's Bay arc all wrong
The rumore grow from the publicity
given Charles Garland's refusal to ac-
. ni a mllliondollar Inherttanci
There were fnlks nil over the coun
try wb'i civ the impression that he
might give away the million he dldn t
warn for himself. They have kept the
mailman loaded with generous offers
to relieve the unwilling heir of any
pbrtlOn of his unwelcome heritage.
But Garland Is giving nothing away
unless It's advice. He might con
lder lecturing on his ideas without
charging a cent.
k It appears lawyers and courts are
t the opinion that even though Gar
land wont accept the million for him
self, he can t deny his wife and baby
their shHie ln it. Garland's wtfo
spurns ihe money but Garland saya
they'll let the bale decide for itself
!atr on. M discussed this situation
with him at his mother's fjrm here.
Garland Is tail. Blender, exceedingly
quiet, reticent. Von hate dig him
But he soon becomes Interested If vu'i
are. and talks vith the sincerity of the
1 1 v RE1 I 81 IT?
lie repudiates all the "Ists" and
"Isms." saying he cannot subscribe to
their f undamentatl belief a sstem of
earnings and wages.
"First of all. why refuse this
money." said I, "when so much good
could be done with it?' '
"Because I am opposed to the idea
that money and the things money has
SoMe to mean are necessarj "i prodjic
tlvo of- happiness."
. V1XST l-Kl V ! I OWNERSHIP
"Still," I urged, "we cannot live
"Why not? Money has become nec
SSSary only because of privately-owned
property. I am opposed to that."'
"But aurely a person Is entitled th
a fair return for labor of brain or
hand0 It he earns
"No one im .-iI i -. i r 1 1 . Who sets stan
dards for earning" A man gets so
much for doing so much work. Those
in power say how much. If he does
not work as itlre. ted, he starves.
"On the oth. r hand, many get more
than they earn.
"The whole basic principle of earn
ing i wrong. All should be free. All
should be given. There is in the world
I enough of everything for everybod
! Whatever is needed should be free to
U: ni id R (. B FARM.
"If I asked for food, clothing, sbel
tei in this be.illtlful bouse. on would
, give li me as my right?" I asked.
"If It were my house, yes, for I be
lieve nothing belongs to anybody. Ev
erything belongs to everybody. But
'this is my mother's house. 1 lake Its
I shelter because I need It while I am
thinking this thing out. But I cannot
I take the mom v In caus-.o I do not need
"The world has become hypnotised
by money. People think they need it
that they can do things only with
I money. They say iu me, "Put this
.money in a hospital. Found a col
ilcge. Give some to me"
"Can't they see It Is not what money
will do but what people win do for
"If It were not for money and tho
artificially-created need or it, people
would mostly want to do right. There
I would be no nee,i for welfare work,
charity, the arrogant, patronizing dol
ing that exists today. How can I know
iwh.it i.s be-t for ,i""
KG l ST HIRING HE P
' Why not," I submitted; use your
million to feed and hotUM the Weah
and helpless, the pour babies who can
not get milk at 22 cents iho quart? A
'big farm "
"A farm. ' he said, "would mean hir
ing people which would destroy the
vei. principle I most believe in."
Then buy a one-man farm and do
the work yourself," i suggested, "You
icouid keep cows and gie away the
milk to poor babies
I Im nodded gr.j l
"I have considered that plan"." said
he. "very seriously. I have riot yet de-
elded whether that plan, or B plan to
lay my Ideas befon people would do
the most good."
"Ton consider a sort of Unoomp n
; lilted lecture tour?"
Garland h.iF decided to his own sat
isfaction that he who ha- nothing of
j this world's goods. m.,v ct possess
everything worth having.
All the Same, I wish he'd take th .t
million if he really doesn't want It
and scatter ii tlii.y Christmas among
the worthy poor who pblish for lack
I of what hrc;ainvi u, scorn
TOPEKA INSANE HOSPITAL
BURNS: INMATES ESCAPE
i TOPEKA. Kan., Dec. 2 6.-t Officers
searched the district around the state
hospital, at the northwest corner of
I the city, today for five inmates of the
asylum who escaped last night hn
I fire broke out in one of the ward
Forty patients of the building were
removed safely. The number includ
ed six bed ridden patients who were
carried out through flames and smoke
lr s. L, Perry, superintendent,
ami several attendants.
The damage w.n estimated at $10,-:
TO KEEP CLARA
OUT OF JAIL
Many Signatures Attached to
Bond Circulated Among
Residents in Ardmore
GREAT CROWD GATHERS
TO GREET PRISONER
Attorney Declares That Alleged j j
Slayer of Millionaire Is Suf
fering From Exhaustion
VRDHORE, Okla.; Dec.
Mr- lara Smith Elainon, charged
with murder in collection nii
tho death of Jake i Hamon, mil
lionaire nil iium arrived hi rd
more at 12:09 rcloi this morn
ing from Juares. Mexico, where
-be Rarrendcred ' Sheriff Buck
Garrett "f Carter min several
ARDMORE, 'k)a.. Drc. 25. Mrs.
c'lar.i Smith Damon. who rest.-d in
1 Fort Worth hotel last night before re
suming her journey from Chihuahua;
j City, Mexico, to answer to a charge ofj
i murder in connection with the death,
of Jak I-. Hamon, will arrive in Ard-
i more frt noon today.
, Attorney Charles A. Coakley, coun
;el for Mrs: Hamon. arrived here early,
' this morning after having aceompa- j
nle'd the Hamon party from El Paso
to I'ort Worth- He declared that he
left the party at Fort Worth In order J
that he might prepare advance ar
rangements here for the preliminary
hearing and bond for hi. client.
OTAT1 Ol EXHAUSTION.
'Mrs. Hamon Is In a complete state
'of exhaustion unci her nerves are shat
I tared," Mr. Coakley said, explaining
the stop-over at Fort WorUi
This morning early, you may say.
Mrs. Hamon will be ahle to finish the
'.last leg of her trying ordeal. She Will
'reach Ardmnro at noon."
j Reports of a threatened breach ln ;
the plans which had been agreed nponl
I before Mrs. Hamon surrendered were
I emphatically ib-nled bv Ml Coakley.
"Everything Is In harmony Mrs. Ha
aiou'S slop over in Fort Worih was a
ph8lca1 nedesslty and not due to any
I rupQpxs in our plans.' hft sald I
l inns ..i Mrs Damon's counsel call-1
ed for hep detraining at B station south I
I Of Ardmore- and entering the city by
motor car to avoid the crowds which j
w.n expeoled to gather the depot.1
1 The magistrate, county attorney,
bondsmen and other officials will be
ready today to serve when Mrs. Ha-
mon make her appearance.
The circulation of a bond late yes
terday by Fred E Tucker. farmer .
Oklahoma state senator and local real;
estate man, to be tendered Mr- Ha-j
mon when sh" makes her petition for
ball resulted in affixing Of mans -IK
natures, a few of whom represented
wire estimated Bt between lour and,
five million dollars. Mr. 'Dicker said
llalc last nieht. Men prominent In the
affairs of practically all professions iu ,
Ardmore ascribed as bondsmen.
Friends of Mrs. Hamon as well as
her counsel' are determined thai shej
Shall not be placed ln jail.
HIGHER PAY FOR COPS
HELD BRIBE PREVENTER
CHICAGO, Dec. 2 Ti Chief of Po
lice Charles Pltnnorrls Friday sent a
I letter to the olty council asking that
the police department's payroll bo ln
creased about $8,000,000 annually so
That "the men responsible for th- safe
ty of Chicago's citizens would receive
a deci nt living wage and not tie likely
to give In to the temptation of bribe
offers to whieli they necessarily are
subjected." Such Increases would help
greatly to stop crime, he said.
Chief lilzmorris did not lisle for
more men, explaining that he could
do more to stop crime in Chicago
with a moderate sissd but well paid
force than with a large force which
was under paid."
Patrolmen under Chief FiUniorris'
plan would receive about $500 a year
I more than ihcy now get. Present sala
ries range from $1000 to $2000.
POWDER AND ROUGE BOX
GIVEN WOMEN PRISONERS
BEDFORD, N. .Y. Dec. 25. More
than 200 women inmates of Bedford
reformatory win b "rouged and pow
dered"on Christmas du The ban on
cosmetics which has been enforced
! for years w as abolished today at the
succcsilou of the students ot the El
mlra high school, who desired to make
the inmates Christmas g.fls of face
powder, rouge, cologne and other toi
TWO HUNDRED PERSONS
CLAIM LOST $5 BILL
BERKELEY, Cal . Dec. 25. A $6
bill was advertised as found by the
Berkeley police department Thursday.
In Iwd day L'3 persons have claimed
i ownership, according to Sergeant
Charles becker. None was able to
j identify the bill to bin satisfaction
and he still holds it.
FUMES OVERCOME SEVEN
FIREMEN AT TORONTO
TORONTO, Dec 24. Overcome by
lunies hum Diirn i n. chemicals, .-.en
firemen wero rescued after they had
been trapped on a collapsed staircase
during a fire in the building of t,he E.
IB Shuttleworth Chemical company
here tonight. The blare entailed a loss
Girl Is a Society
Bud at Capital
1 1 -
The season's first debutante in
Washington from congressional
Circles Is Miss Dorothy Mondell. '
(daughter of Representative and
Mrs P. VT. Mondell of Wyoming,
w ho has just made her debu'.
Government to Lose Great In
come Should Prohibition
Go Into Effect
SANTIAGO, 'hi!e. Dec! 2. One o
the first official ::et ot' PreSlden
Artiiro Alessandl, who assumed offb
on Thursday, was to receive a petitloi
loday from a Chilean Federation o
Labor protesting against the ailegei
lltetnpts of the League of Iefctise o
1 lie n llir ilivi.ui... '.v .v.v ..v
port workers to unload liguors. The
I labor organlzotlon already had adopt
ed a resolution effective January 1 to
refuse to unload liquors, whether of
I home or foreign manufacture
In defending the wine Industry. Sen
lator BdWarda declared a real ' icam
Ipulgn is developing In this country
against alcohol and Kvine. lie aseert
'cd the Importation of alcohol and Its
sale at bars could be prohibited but
(hat it was not admissible to adopt
measures which would 'ruin n nation
al Industry: prejudice workera in this
.line of employment and force a trans
formation Of industry."
Senator IJd wards asserted It Is Im
possible, for Chile to Imitate the United
iStutcs ln respect to prohibition be
cause the latter country never pos
sessed a wine industry, except in one
I stale, whereas it was a national in
stitution in Chile, built up at great
jcost and effort and from which the
government derived ah enormous in
come. i aplt.il Invested in the Chilean
win. IndUStT) amounts to 900,000,000
pesos, he estimated,-
LEAKING GAS SMOTHERS
NEWLY WEDDED COUPLE
I NEWARK) X. J.. Dec. 25. A email.
darbeyed Klrl, who arrived here
ThuySdO) from Naples, ltal. and her
soldier-hero. RocCO Bruillo. whose
bride she became- a few hous later,
w.n. found dead from asphyxiation
j Friday In their snug Academy avenue
lapartmont. A month ago In Italy
Carmaila received money for steam
ship fare ami with it a note: "Come
tO me, my sweeth.-arf. aiui we will lie
; married at Christmas time."
After tho simple wedding at Fills
Island, relatives of Uruillo feasted the
veteran and his bride Tho celebro
jtion lasted Into tits' early hours ol this
I morning. When the couple retired, it
Its believed, farmalla. who at home
iw.-is usedt o oil lamps, blew out the
THREE U. S. PRISONERS
PARDONED BY WILSON
WASHINGTON. Dec .".- Three
pardons. a- President Wilson's Christ
mas 'rift tp men serving sentences In
federal jirlsons. were announced by the
department of justice. They were:
Clarence Urow n. serving a life term
for murder at Atlanta: Rufua Castel
bury. serving a life tetrni at Leaven
worth, and Edward c. Rivers, serving
two years at the United Stales penl
tohtlary at .McNeil island. Washington,
tor violation of tho narcotic laws.
Commutation of sentence and exten
sion of clemency have been granted
In some fifty other federal cases. i
OF OGDEN MUE
If Any Families Are Over- I
looked There Are Toys j
Left for Them j
MANY DISTRESSING CASES I
I FOUND BY INVESTIGATORS
Scores of Charitably Inclinerj
I Persons Assist in Making
Happy Homes f
.More than G00 children of li'O Og H
den families were taken Chrlstma
cheer, including food, toys, games.
dol1s clothing by the Oood Fel- A Lbbbbbbbbbbb!
lows this morning, the greatest num- vll
ber ever supplied bj thai organl i H
ItiOn. Working for four hours on
I'hnslmas eve Oood Fellows B
j irrangcd the .iniciia t . r distribution. IH
dividing them according to the needs
us report... i bj special Hj
Hefore daylight this morning the H
Kigden Standard-Examiner offii i
were a beehive of Industry when fifty H
Hoy Scouts, a half dozen scoutmasters i
and a number of other Good Fellows J
started tho loading of eight automo- f JH
biles and trucks, donated and driven I "H
by other r'ood Fellows. These motoi ' H
cars travelled from end to end of the H
city, taking tho packages and boxes to i H
ih- many homes to which C.hrlstmji H
cheer would not have come otherwise. H
ALL MNDs uF DOLLS
There wore dolls galore, those that IH
walked, those that closed their eyes, VBI
Ithe unbreakable Kind, the kid bod H
style. th little baby dolls and llttli il
slater dolls In fact, every kind of doll lf
that coulcl be secured ln Ogden. Doll
tables and children's tables, sleds, wag- jf
"IN, iii B
niirn sets, books, lops and a hundred
Other kinds of similar gifts made up
the assortment. Besides these, there
nuts, oranges and candles flou
nn'i beana peas, tomatoes,
and other provision;). Stockings, un- H
derwesr, shoes, dresses, coveralls. H
overalls and other wearing tfepparel
!wos ln the lot. Gifts that were made
In the manual training department of
ithe Lewis and Mound vfori Junior H
High schools wi i . thong tho articles JH
distributed. The classes of other
ils had alao mode aimilai articles H
I whir h were distributed to the poor bj H
.other charitable organizations. H
M ME A r SCHOOL
i J These articles made at the schools H
wore among the mosi su Btantial tha I
were distributed and proved welcome H
gifts among the little folks H
Not one family of those reported
i to the Good Fellows was neglected H
and man;, of th..- Santa Claus letter
were answered In similar way, attei
b-lic? iv "in iu w hi H
Investigators hud found need. ,H
In several Instances it was found H
i a families were In dire i distri i H
and there was a special abundance H
c of provisions and clothing left. These 1
j. I cases will be reported to the countj HHHa
, j officials in order triut further help
i I Hj
- hi or, the i i Hows ha e som HJ
, ing and f i. Cases jH
cheer did not arrive from any soui sH
win in- cared for through the Gooii HHHJ
Fellows until thi supply is exhausted HHHJ
upon report,; being telephoned or sent
to Th,. standard-Examiner offlc HHsl
1. 1 BKOl S VSS1ST .NCE.
liooii I'', i.e.' - r.'U-lM-il this ji.i HJ
the must generousa s-sistancc of man - I HBl
manufacturers, merchants and pr , HJ
tv -slon.il men, as well as men and a3
women In other walks of life. Huu- H
dreds of dollars' worth of artici?" VI
were Bincrousl) donated, both bj th IH
. makers and by the store owners. In lf
thi-r Instances extremely llberui dis IH
counts, even to oil per cent of the cos- UH
price, were giv..n Sono- g.t, both IH
good, and money. The Klwanla dpb aH
wag the beovlesl contributor to th II
fund, providing slightly less than half I HHH
of the money that was HJHJ
Ml t il DISTRESS rot Mi. H
Investigations, by the Good Fellows l I
have shown that there is much dis JH
tress In the cltj tills year, corislderu i'SHI
hly more than last year, when glmi 1
lar work was done by the organlMi- H
Itlon. Several the Qobd Fellows H
who made investigations on Ihe ev H
Df Cliristmas found this distress H
serious (hat they spent lotgs sums- H
-tiding families, on- of the Good KeJ- H
lows aUllug three families and birv- H
ing shoes, underclothing, stocking! H
food and other articles for all of ti. HHHl
The Good Fellow work was ma- 'i'l IH
tertally assisted this year by the Bo IHH
S organisation, both ;is to invest!- jH
the distribution work th which thi H
scoutmasters and the Lioy Scouts I H
'gden lodge No. ;i9. C. P. 0 Elks, J
carried through its work of Christ- BHHsl
mas giving thts year much on the D
same plan as the Good Fellows, dos- i 1 lHHB
ens of Kiks assisting the Christmas LsbbHHI
. heer committee. c n p ill
ed to the attention of the Klk.- JH
given attention, the lodge members H
sending food and clothing, as well H
toys anj games, to dozens of homes, '
GREEK PREMIER DECIDES
TO REMAIN IN OFFICE
PARIS, Dec 25 The Greek Premier, H
George Rhallls, has decided not
to resign his office, according to a dis
patch from Athens to Ihe Havas agn
cy, received here today.
LADY CARTWRIGHT DIES 1
AT WEST VIRGINIA HOME '
KINGSTON. W. Vs.. Dec. 24. Lad.. j
Cartwiight, widow of the late Sir
Richard Cartwright, a former finance 1
'minister ot Canada, died here toua j
of S 1
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