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kVJ rVF1- MAY 26 1922 THE QGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7
. vTrTD the vicinity
: LV'a!" Lf'tcrnoon during
! IIPS - riuroad oft.. lals
SS",JCiu ve broke
I ftf ttotr trestle ty-
I tfs! me for more than
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P ;I uM westbound f r
' ' nad subsided
SS d west over the
fw'SSd "o "me today-j
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'r Mrt iiiho '
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,-.-' , wind-dorms
'Bk ' cnokestacks ai. I
14 J . .;c mam Items dam-
not bo inslgnlfcm.i
sj3 (bs morning.
, DEATH DUE TO ;
teECTIC CTROKE :
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( Louise Says:-
"Jnat three words today to-direct your attention to three
t JentJ-fr tomorrow. I don t want to appear insistent ; but t
X these three items are very out-of-the-ordinary.
Here's the Jersey Suit r-. j
:j: at $6.95 fSN
The tch gives a very good t
idoa of tho suit the complete jCfffeb" I
J puil thai yon mflv bay at only pflTj "
s dollars and iiinety-five ( I ' '
fhere are not a greal many oJ .Sjp i ;.' "j v
them lefl Quite all awes, how WWf PI ' t
ever, for those who come for M V J I ' Ul
J them soda. f. 'r.- X
I -ade of wool jersey Ja ket .;'':' J3Sf
and skirl To wear on nearly 5 ' 'S
any shuiiiht untinjf. Not .-avilv '.;, j'1 ? i'
f wrinkled. Why. a single good ' "1 ? - 1
t skirt would cost as much tZsJ . " 1
I S6.95 KM I
S '; . ' f
Jumper dresses J
Tomorrow ;.ffaln. One dollar f I I1
. for smart .sleeveless dress-? . 1 J :
-"lid color or wh't-- d . '
Beltoc For . iiuppl r.n- I B8 ' 1
: these dresses nd nn attrs I M :'
:- to be worn with It 1 v T
i'"!1' i ' i and blou asaBB .
Kiltie Skirt and Capo l
for the Kiddie
! Thirtj mor of theni in today. For the -'L.j
I girlie. A plaited skirt of l'-'o.'i wool fab- r4r
; ric. rvi.' to match that hangs .ins: v LA- - t
at tue back. To be worn with a little y
f. iiist or gninip The girls are dHifrhtci
with them $4.95
Demonstration to Follow'
Recall of Deputies, Re
S.Ur LAKE CITT. Alny 26. Unof
ficial reports reaching litre from Price
and other points in Carbdit county
state that the BtrikiAg miners proijoa
fil 10 parade Sunday and show their
full strength. They will, the reports
Indiiate, march from camp to camp.
Th,- plan. It i believed, is predicated'
oi the withdrawal of hundreds of
special deputy sheriffs announced as
contemplated for Saturday hy the
county commission. '
The commission has concluded that,
it has not the funds to continue em- 1
ploying the special deputies and has
appealed to Governor Charles Ma bey j
v ho is now considering the question of
the -late defraying whatever cost may!
be necessar to preserve order In the!
Summer t the Seafboc
a breeze just as refresh
ing and cooling and a lot
more dependable than
Nature's can be had for
about the cost of burn
ing an ordinary electric
A G-E electricfanlasts
a lifetime and gives a
lifetime of comfort.
A Product of
Sold by dealers everywhere bh
Sn Pi61",4 Light Co Ogden (and branches)
I feon SupPy Co Ogden, Utah
VwL ' tii Ogden, Utah
! WSh Eler,ctric Co. . Logan.Utah
ectTlc Co Preston, Idaho
UK Lak-s City
! NAB SUSPECTS
Three Negroes Held for
Identification By White
WACO. Texas. !day 26 Officers in i
the man hunt oast of Waco have taken 1
three negroes into custody and are I
holding them for possible Identifica
tion as the men who killed Ifarrell
Holton and assaulted Miss Margaret
Hays, his companion, Thursday night
The negroes will probably be splr!t .1
aw ay to safety from possible -violence
! until Miss Hays can see them, officer
HONEY GROVE, Texas. May 26.
j Efforts to lynch Will Mason, negro.
held in jail here on suspicion follow
ing an attempted assault upon a white I
woman hers Wednesday, apparently
had been abandoned today. After in 11 1 -ii
about the jail until al ate hour j
j Thursday night, a mob which gathered
after the negro had been arrested dts- J
I persed. the members returning to their
The negro was taken before the wo
man Thursday, but she was unable to
identify him as her assailant.
CEREAL FOOD CO.
At a special meeting of director?
. nd officers of the Utah Cereal Food
. ompany held at the Weber club
Thursday the resignation of Luclan A.
Kaj as vice pres. dent and director
was accepted and the resignation of
L. T Whitney as secretary-treasurer
v j .'lso .o.cepted, .1 v. a-s announ 'l
Mr. Whitney will remain as a di
rector of the company, it Is stated.
loi k Browning of I gden was nani-t-.i
: ice-presldeut of the company
10 succeed Mr. Ray.
a secretary-treasurer win bo named
at the next meeting which will bo
held during the early purl of Juno.
jAlbers brothers are now operating the
cereal food company's plant here.
AGAINST S. L. MAN
I A complaint charging W. S. Kyle
of Salt Lake with reckless driving haa
I been issued as the result of an acci
dent near Pleasant View Wednesday
night when Kyle's ear crashed into a
machine driven by Ray Shurtllff. Og-
den mechanic. No one- was badly huit
In the crash, but the machines were
Deputy Sheriff Fred Tout left for
Salt Lake today to snre a warrant
upon Kyle. His bond has been set
INVITED TO OGDEN
Mayors of all cities In the Inler
mountaln district were invited todaj
by Secretary Jesse S. Richards of the
ngden chamber of commerce to be tho
i guests of the- chamber at the district
'convention of the United Commercial
Travelers, in Ogden. Juno 8. 9, and lu.
Presidents of the various commer
cial clubs and chambers of commerce
together with members of the Rotary.
KiwanLv Progressive Business and
other club? have alo been invited.
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RELEASE OF WILEY
ORDERED BY CHIEF
Chief of Police. Curtis A. Allison last
night telegraphed thfl authorities at
Sulsan Col , to release T. W Wiley,
arrested at that place on tho charge
of having obtained goods In Ogden
while In was h r- on i.il.' pretences.
Through his attorney Wiley for
warded a certified check amounting
to $334. V!0 In payment for goods re
ceived from the Glon Bros. -Roberts
: mo company nnd from Mary Ga-jewuky.
Hart Schaffner & Marx H
sport suits H
-they have "a lot on the ball"
--young men like them; they have plenty of H
vim and spirit - new colorings; smart lines- j H
Norfolks, half belts, three-quarter belts, one, H
two, three button models-see them all; they're j H
the latest and best styles; priced very low at H
business suits hard-to-fit men I
men who like more con- this is a specialty with us.
servative styles will find -we can fit every figure I
them here; unusual values
in the best worsteds and tall heavv snort slender.
other fine fabrics satisfaction guaranteed
$30 to $60 $35 to $50 I
PLAN BEING DRAWN
WASHINGTON. May 6. By Thl
Associated Press t. A comprehensive
plan for the development of all g -,.i
nmrm properties at Muscle Shoals.
Ala, probably will be reported to cun
greas by tb house military commit
tee next weeli. It was raid today on
good authority after the conuoltt-
bad discussed proposals for Muscle
Shoals development In executive ses
WILL URGE FORD TO
RUN FOR PRESIDENT
DETROIT. Mich.. May 20. (ByTh
Associated Press). A committee of
several prominent Dearborn men,
neighbors of Henry Ford, will cull on
Ml- Ford early next week, It was an
nounced today, and urge the- motor
manufacturer to h " ' indldate for
tii prealdencj of th United States in
1 1024 The announcement was medal
today by William T. Kronberg. editor
'of a Dearborn newspaper, who was
'instrumental In calling the recent mass
i meeting of Dearborn voters that or-1
Iganized a "Henry Kord for President'-' I
LOGAN ELKS PUT
Initiations of members Of the Logan
Stray Elks which was set for early in
June has be. n postponed in oruer that
the members may attend ih- district
Iconvontlon of the United Commercial
Travelers In Ogden, Juno 8. 9 and 10.
This Information was received tod
by Secretary Jesse S. Richards of the
Ogden Chamber' or Commerc e.
To Wed. Marriage licenses wer. I
sued in the office of tho county clerk
I today, to Charles William Knight
Brlgham Cliy. and AH S Heln, tgden;
Roland H. I'eaison nil-n, ind lai -
Uha Berrett, North Ogden!
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H just can't help liking it be- -t J
H cause it's made right. Only 5Pcv-5B
D the purest amber durum SM