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BLAMED FOR FIRE I Arrest and Seizure of Rum making Supplies Follows Conflagration j ,' A too hot fire undT the boiler of a j still is alleged to have caused a fire 1 nhlch began at 8:16 o'clock last night and partially destroyed, a hoiii' at 1026 Twenty-fourth street, owned hy j tho estate of Tr. C. P. Osgood, and occupied ly James Miles. The house :i Is of frame construction and consists kii (j!, of two and one-half stories. According to Fir Chief fJeorge Graves, nn oerheated still ignlt'-d the Inner lining of the wall In a room on i, j the second floor where the still was ! : ' V installed The lire spread up the wall f .r ' to the attic before it was discovered : and Ignited the Interior before it could 151,1' be located from the outside. Wfi Four si renins were used by the fire- ! men to ntr.il the fire and prevent II communicating to adjoining buildings j'l able part ( the roof were burned by jj , n the fire. Damage to the house is Bfltl- 'j f ;i, mated at Jiooo which is covered by jjj", insurance. ( After an Investigation pf the fire. ( the police dismantled the 40-gallon jj ;J ! still and removed It to the police sta ll confiscated five sacks of sugar, about ;j ' six gallons of distilled Mouor and ap- , ' j1 proximately .'( gallons of mash and ! , ! arrested a man wltb gwve his name os jjl j John Henry on a charge of having liquor in his possession. I,'; ' The distilling Installation was very complete, said Captain Robert Burk, who conducted the Investigation. The brick-lined boiler was located on the : . eond floor: to the outlet of the con- jj.'i denser was ion meted 25 or 30 feet of garden hose which conducted tno vapor through the wall to the bath j room, where it was cooled and talo-n I off. The mash which was kept Intev- ! I eral large barrels was stored in I he II I 1 attic. SAYS MATE KICKED HER; ASKS DIVORCE ij i Charging that her husband beat ', J and kicked her and otherwise made hj r her Wedded life miserable, Goldlo J; Leavltt today filed suit for divorce : ' I'd' the district court against Lester .1. j'jfli. Leavltt! The wife seeks custody of !; ,1 one minor child and sal table allmoRv, iiFLf, They v.ero inarrierl In Twin Falls, Idaho March 7, 1918. CARD OF THANKS We desire to extend our Birtcerel I I hanks to our friends and neighbors I h for their many acts of kindness arid fljl assistance .shown us during the late; k'jij Illness and death of our beloved pon Harry, also for the many beautiful ! 'jju. floral offerings. 1610 MRS EVAN MIT 1 1 El A. 10 ARRESTED IN j LIQUOR RAIDS Men and Woman Landed in Net Spread By Federal Agents In a raid of 14 rooming houses and soft drink parlors conducted In Off den yesterday afternoon between 4 and 5 o'clock by federal prohibition ngents. headed by Thea Schweitzer, general prohibition enforcement officers, as sisted by members of tin' sheriff's of fice and the polios department, 10 men and women were arretted on charge ol having liquor in their possession. Those arrested were George W heel er. 2n, Zim Tweney-ftfth street, Louis 1'olonl, 4 2. Ojranl Hotel; Iillis Phillppl. 46, 17 Twr nt -fifth street Pearl Hudson. M ?.b Twenly-r iiird Street; t;. llernolli B6, 152 Twenty fifth street; V. I. Moses. 32. 227Vi rwenty-fourl hstreejt,; John Vurbtfrger, 4.' 2274 Twenty-fourth street. Ethel Kvans. 80, 3.'!'; Twehi v -fourth street: T 1 ,. I . Bl.fl TirAnll-.flfl tl j St reel ,)ind David BadS, 2j, 2 IS Twenty-fifth street. Immediately after their arrest the defendants were arraigned before: United states Commissioner T. J. Ma- glnnls and afi rwards released on their own recognizance with the exception 'of Pearl Hudson. Louis Polonl and I 'avid Lads. h w ere required to de-, fioslt bail of J50U each In some case.-: the officers raided the places visited and Beeured liquor, While In other places warrants of ar irest were served as the evidence had ibeen secured beforehand In some 'cases the federal agents brought In 'empty bottles which are alleged to ha I e contained liquor, SECOND-STORY Mi IS HELD When arraigned before Judge D. R. Roberts in clt court this morning Harry Williams 26. rhugcd with second-degree burglary for the robbrv of the home fif M. S. Brownins 27PP Washington avenue, while- the family sJsia ;si mu al Pish Haven, Idaho on Beat Lake, waned his preliminary hearing and Wafl remanded to th cus tody of the .sheriff to be held for trial Bail was fixed at S2.000. When Williams was arrested in the city hall park Monday night. Captain Robert Lurk recovered Jewelry valued a 5 1.000 which Williams admitted stealing from the Browning home. A man's watch reported missing l Mr Browning was found last nigh' bj CapjLaln Lurk In a lower Twenty f if t li street second-hand store and pawn shoo It had been pawned for three dollars. I SOUTHERN PAOFlfc Announce Exceptionally ' ,! ; ATTRACTIVE SUMMER RATES TO ALL COAST POINTS MAKE CALIFORNIA IN ONE COMPLETE TRIP I LOS ANGELES &MQ VIA SAN FRANSISCO "VAl Stopovers allowed at all points on Southern Pacific lines. Tickets on sale daily until September 30th FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31ST Call on us for New Illustrated Literature and Information WILLARD G. VILSON, Traveling Agent 525 Eccles Bldg. Ogden, Utah . ' Phone 19j 'PROGRESSIVE CLUBS TO UNITE Intermountain Circle May Be Formed; Ladies' Night Big Success Tuesday night may prove a memor able date tor- the Progressive club ' 'KiJ' n an.l Similar organization-, throughout the liKertnountain coun try ' ut of the merriment Of "ladles' night' at the Hermitage tnri In Ogden canyon, attended by members of the ngUcn Suit Uike and Blko Nev . Pro gressive clubs and their ladies, a movement hegan which may rosuli ill tho amalgamation of all Progressive, clubs in the Intermountain states into one trul western organization Jt is the plan to have the other In termountain clubs divorce the nation al Progressive Business club organi- atlon that action already having been taken by ogden and Salt Lake and to band together Into an inter mountain Progressive club alli.ince. The movement laft night took con crete form when a committee was named to communicate Immediately with other intermountain clubs, anU to carry the Idea throunhout Utah, Idaho v yomtng, Oregon and Nevada. I favorable action Is lorthcoming. im mediate steps will be taken to call a convention of the Hubs and to iorm the inierniountam alliance an orgun latlon impregnate. 1 with the true western spirit and Ideas M dvi.s SI t,(,ll I )N The suggestion lor the ainalgama- tlon came ironi Harold Hale ot Elko, Ne, and loiind Immediate resjons Then .vir. Hate ana JuU;e r J .dime, j ai3o oi i'lKo. wore named iiin ropre- ' I BBUWH.l I.I..IUI BH CV Ulia . I j j.iliu 1 Kobums of ;i.t LiaKto, n o''e- j sentaiives, und tius N ngnc and H LJ. j Lsewinan from i.igdeii. ere put on a I loommlscee and mey conierned and mane the decialon to at onco begin Itormatton or me lnterrnounailn or- , ga mzaaou .vir. wnght was iiameu chairman oi the organisation committee and Air.: liale secretar The committee in structed iMr Hale to communicaie vvitn otner clubs uiul gain their Ideas in n ga r.t to the plan. L,ost nigia proved more emphath al ly man titr oeioro that tiic frogrss- Mves are in tavor ot COntinQing ineir IHiSUeclne duos mhi I., , (if thi' national organization. Speaiiers irom ! Lin .iii unu .-aiL laKe clubs as ! Sorted their organizations tnrlving i'ilv the uivorte from tne national 'oouy .nr. rlaiu and Air .Milne, Elko ,tiuu memocrs, who were botn lormer- i uguun residents, declared tue tiko uUD was ready lo surrender the na tional cnarter and become Independ ent with Salt Iake and Ogden. The speakers agreed that an lnter- mountam alliance ot ciubs would be of great aiUe iu U1A( .1 would be OOIA- iosed oi uuij western men. uonven- I nuns could Le Jield and visits could oe easily made irom nme to time wnioli wouia brlna tne members into "" close contact and would toster iriend- snip which could not bo obtained I jinruugn anj national organization j i ne entertainment proved one of the most successful and most enter-i talnlng ladies' nights which hits ever ii neiii here. .Many halt Mrtrs ond their wives were present ana tne attendance was so great tnai the din jlng tables overflowed the dining I '""in mi" adjoining rooms. Hi si oi' TO wi MAS i 31 V. t.. Zuppann acts as muster of ceremonies and Introduced die i.. j v tiyslop aa toast mast ei . alter ttic gu'sts had enjoyed) a dinner ui trout ,uiii chicken. v li. i-oiland, president of the Salt Lalie i rgressie ciuu gav u siirung ijJ'vjj uun mo iduiiis fi'ugrus iVpiMU UllU ueciu.ed liib -to. i L Uk.it and u...ii ciuua i.viliu Vvoliv in i jiniUOll , lo. service. n.- ucciaicU t.ial ine LOeling oi jeaiousy ana suspicion vviiic.i had LOrmeny evicted between i ue two citu bau uu ip ii ireo .-. ...i tiiat lue i i ogi essiv es Wuuid uu uiucn ini sH'cigihcii lue spirit oi Iraternai- .....i uetto.een tiic communities, ..lr. iluic anu Juuf (KlllUC. who cuiuc ifjiu hiiKO on i rogressive busi iii'is, gave Uriel talks in wnicn they urged une formation oi tne miermoun ..i..i association i b invited the club i.iemoers io iiko in tin event or a I : convention ot tne proposed organiza- ! lion ii was then explained by Thomas Keeily, jr. secretary of tne igucn j Iciuu, that the rear room in inc note! neia mysteries wnlch wouid lurnlsn t tne merriment ot tne evening. The I guests crowded to the room, where I mey found roulette wheeisi w'teeis oi ! ton, une and otner gamoung gann i ol '49. Progressive doiiarj were 3old j and tiie. irowus begun aa period ol gambling which lasted late into the night. A feature of the decorations were j pjiotograpns oi prominent ciub tnem uers on signs wnlch onered rewards. ;ior their capture as uanuits 0 tor oiuer infractions or the law The) caused much laughter. " j Tom Feeny acted as cashier, while (Gene Carr, lien Aleldrum and other' I ....... . U .... ... , . I - .vino lucutmi vysikisu ine dailies. An 1 (orchestra turnisned music for dancing I land enterlainmi Dt during the dinner. ( I Oscar Hitt, cartoonist for the -New I 'on; Wend, pleased r lie guests with I cartoons wnicn he drew upon large .icta of paper in view ot his audi I lencS Miss 1 ay King offered vocal ' I selections. OFFICERS FOR i SCOUTS NAMED Captain Leon E. Ryder Arrives to Start Cadet Plans Officers of the executive board of! j the Ogden district of the Boy Scouts: of America have been named by the' j new organization, according to n an- j I nouncemenl made today. The offlci s lot the organization are as foil owe Samuel G. Liy.-, Ogden president; J TrV Peters, Brigham, vice jiresldent, i Edward 11. Anderson, Morgan viae : president; Lawrence Ellison, Eayton. ' , vice president; W H. Shearman, Og- ' den treasurer; John L. Taylor, ')k-i den secretary and G, A. Goates, as sistant secretary and scout executive, j 'I I" board mem b.-rs or" the new or ganizatibn are as follows a C, Pear- 1 son, Brigham; C: E. Smith. Tremon- j ton, R. T ahaw Qarland; Julm i IThornley, Kaysvllle; Orval Adams and j ! Ered G. Taylor. Mt igden district, N A Tanner and James H. Hi:, v. Weber district. W. H. Shearman and C. rt. Murphy, central district, H. p Kaudall and A. A. Shaw. North We- her district, and Dr. Dwlghl Harding and Samuel G Dye, i gdn These men will hold meetings monthly to discuss the problems of I th.- districts Men of each of the dis tricts win aupervise the work within J th dlrtrtct 1 - I LAST MJEETING Tlie lait meeting of the Women's ? Progressive league will be held in the I citj hall tonight at 8 o'clock, a pro- Q grnni. Including an address by Mon- j c '" E Williams, will be given. An If Invitation tp attend the meeting is ex- I I tended by the league to all w omen I " Interested In women's and children's ! I welfare KESIgto CIA B To MEET I j Mra Oeorge a. Poulter will be host-; I jess to the members of her kenslngton 1 .club at her home 566 Gramercy ave- C nue, tomorrow afternoon. "1 HEAVE HO." The Ninth ward win pve a party j called ' . Meave Hq." tomorrow eve- 1 1 ,nlng at s 3u o'clock in the Ninth ward amusement hall j BIRTHDAY SUPPKK i John Scowcroft Jr., entertalne.: aij party Of foui? last evening to com- I Oiemorate his eighteenth birthday an-jl nlvorsary A lighi BUpper v,as sr-rve.i ; late ui the evening 'ire party ion- i slsted of Miss Katherln Fisher, Miss I I Dorothy Scowcroft, John Perry and I J John Scowcroft Jr. j MEET T ixiKIN PARK Pythian Sisters, P. L. K. and F club j wilt Diet t at Lorln Farr park tornor- j I row afternoon at 2 o'clock. Members are asked to bring lunchuon. . 1 A Ki;i I RNS TO OGDEN wniiam R Cleve, ogden musician J 5 has returned :iit.-r completing a sun,- j mer'S engagement with th Lyrii Cha- I tauqua of Kansas. 1 f PICNIC T LAGOON I jj The Worthy Grand Matron of Grand I chapter No. i . E. S. requests all " members of Queen Esther chapter to attend I hi nnual picnic to be given j iy Mlzpah, Radlaht and Lynn chap-j J ters of Salt Lake tomorrow al La-1 J goon, In honor of Robert Moose, foun- I dcr of Order of the Rastern Star TO ENTERTAIN Mrs Fi ins K Bartlett win enter- I tain the members of her bridge club j tomorrow afternoon, at hei hum., 649 i Twenty-third street I CLUB TO MEET 5 Members of the Lai Cos club will j R b( entertain e,j tomorrow a fieri n i..- Q Mrs. A Shherrer, at her home. 823 Canyon road i OUTING XT HOI SPRINGS Spanish War veterans and members of the auxlllaary will give an outing at the Utah Hot Springs! Saturday ' fling Members are requested to take a basket luncheon LUN HON FOR Ol I li I Mrs. J. M Read will entertain tho members of her bridge club at 1 o'clock luncheon tomorrow afternoon I at her home. 2549 Tyler avenue DR. WARD HEADS VETERANS' BUREAU The rcignatlon of Dr. William P. Barton os officer In charge of the I'nit'd States etcrans bureau office In Ogden. Iihs been followed by the appointment of Dr Vernon L Ward, of Ogden. to the position, it was an nounced yesterday by Dr B. W. Black, state director of the veterans' bureau. Dr Karton resigned to accepl a po sition with the bureau offices at Se attle He had been in charge of tho Igden office for two years. f FUNERALS " ) , The funeral of Harry Mitchell was conducted this morning u 10 o'clock Si Llndquist's chapel by Elder E nJl linvis of the Reorganised L 1 s church; Mrs. E A. Davis and Mrs. Roy F. Hewes sang "Beautiful Home.'' and "Tho lord Knows Who" Inter-j mcnt was In the City cemetery where Elder Davis directed the committal j What are your har vest dollars going to do for you this year? Your crop money is the result of a whole season s toil, and as such deserves careful consideration in spending or investing. Let our bank take care of your grain checks and harvest money in general, until you are ready to in vest. And may we suggest that some of it be put aside for your CHECKING ACCOUNT it is the safest way to pay out money. For a real investment we offer your our Certificates of Deposit They're safe and they pay 4 per cent COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK OGDEN j A GOOD f'' There's a Tin$ of Tall in the A ! s are warm, there's ' ittl a warnmg of in the air. Gr ' JKM, mh- but very surely, womei 1 MWWP refinement are beginning ta ml&(&j frf re are SOme ol the newer tyle. I J millinery section is now replenished A charming fall millinery. Half the joy 0f J A ( fhins of new style, is to wear them W freshness ol the style is so pleasingly XD mg We are invitm8 vou to make a . , journey of inspection to this showinz consider it the best we've made in some TELEPHONES Buslnssf and Circulation Dept.. . 56 Classified Ads , 56 Advertising Dept 428 Editorial and News Dept 870 RANDOM REFERENCES HotiC Endangered. The two-story frains hOUSS a: 2660 Lincoln avenue, owned .".n.l occupied by J. B Butt, was I nrlanffer u by fire yesterday afier 'r.oon a i 5.30 p. m. when a short clr Icuit in electric light drop cord took I lire The flames were quickly ex tinguished before tht fire department arrr. d No damage was Uon We will repair anu guarantee any A merle an-m;iJe watch. Including cleaning: tor $2.5o KEKTZ QUALITY BHOP, 352 Twen y-fitth street X33 H i b Plea rails. a iih.i fipr lenien cy was made In tho it tourt this morning by John Deo, 40: who admit ted that he n.-is iK-eu arrested twice within the last two weeks on a charge of drunken iH'S.-. He paid a fine of $50 In the first case and received a s ntence of $90 or the alternative of 90 days, when he pleaded Ruilt this morning. : 1000 Watt Laily Farm Lighting Plant for sale cheap. Call 2570. 1 2U.", Forfeit Ball. For failure to ap pear In the city court this morning Itc answer a charge of gambling, John pWllBOn 32 farmer of Ejwood, and F 1 I A, Wilson, 34 a Brigham farmer, for-l feited ball amounting to $25 each I con E Bohn Insurance, Fire ar.d , : Auto. 4 17 Lccles Bld fhona I860, 6836 j Suits Filed. Suit has been filed in the district court by the Steiling Wholesale company against H. M jSholton. Jr., soeking to recoVer $41 Hfi aliened to be due for merchandise de Lllversd. Judgment is sought The' Evona Investment company filed suit I against John ES. Martinson and Eva. Martinson seeking to recover J2250 inlleged to be due on promissory notes A third suit was filed by tho National 'Bank of Corrimefco against W I Bur-i ton asking Judgment for $3,000 . dc jclared due on two promUsory notes. i Waldron, E. Y. The Magazine Man. 617 Fined $ro. Harry Gill 32 530 Twenty-third street, ogden switchman, arrested yesterday afternoon a i barge I of being drunk, w.ih sentenced to pay a fine of $50 or serve 50 days In the oily jail, when ho pleaded guilty to tho charge before Judge L R Rob ;erts In the city court this morning. : Ogden Typewriter riouse for type I writers and repairs, 2422 liuason avo ' njo. Phone 236. Llconscd to Wed Marriage licen ses have been "issued in the office of tho cuunt clerk, to Frank C. Mowery ;r. l Kathryn Kogers of Ogden, and Ix'c M Wagner and Eva Van Luijk of Og-, I den. j Distilled Water Ice exclusively Og- ! en Chy Ice Company, 237'J Hudson1 r. v q : , : ion.. Club Meeting. t'm. regular I weekly meeting of the Liona club of, "Jgden will be held at the Reed hotel J Thursdag during ihe noon hour, It wn announced today by President Josep I Let us fill your coal bin now Phone 141. i gden Sewer ripe & Clay Co. 1079 J B. B. Plnyer iAsaves. N'oalon "Red" ! Lynch third packer of the Ogden base. hall el nb of the Northern Utah league han departed tor Oakland. Divorce tiranied. Decree of divorce was awarded yesterday afternoon lu the district court by Judge Oeorge S. Earker to Thomas Q. Mallane from Eleanor Mallane on grounds of cruel 1 ty The wife failed to appear in crmrt' land ihn caso went ly default. Ml Mallane charged that his wlf- cuilled him vile names and u one time polnt ied a revolver it him We'xr Floral rurnishes th flowera I 7761 : Fifty-throe per cent of the Injuries I due to automoblln accidents, come frrmn flrlnir elass Mis opens ; HERE THURSDAY The new fall season of Pajntages vaudeville will be ushered into Ogden tomorrow when the initial bill opens I for a three-day ron at the Orpheum theater, beginning with the usual mat linee tomorrow afternoon. The open ling bill, headlined by the Pantages Opera Co. Is an excellent evening's entertainment and a fine vaudeville Ishow which has received considerable 'praise In Salt Iakc, where it has been ) playing the past week. In connection with the vaudeville .this season, a big feature picture will be run with the bill, the same as In other Pantages hous-3. giving u Or Ipheuni patrons a much bigger .'how I at the same admission price The, j first performance at the matinees will begin at 1.30 p. m with the pictures 1 1, ringing the vaudeville per formance ion the usual time around 1 o'clock,' with the evening performances at 6:45' land 9 p m . allowing for ihe feature picture to be run in between the two evening shows. The advice of the Or pheum management to Its patron.- this year is " Come early, get better seats and see a better and lugger show." advertisement, rtn Joy Riders Warn Guests at Hotel Who Escape Fire SALT LAKE. Aug 30. Joy riders abroad at 3 o'clock this morning gav the alarm which it Is thought saed Ihe lives of marvv guests at the Ward hotel at Delta. Utah. The joyriders tooted the horns of automobiles cre ating a great disturbance, causing the guests to flee in panic in their night clothes a few, minutes before the ho-i tel wan enveloped in flames The ho tel was destroyed, the lois being esti mated at $40 000 I NEVR.0.T1 officer! ;i'Uln Leon E RHT SI : ru. has arrlvcK and start.-.J plans for thelH vor Oirden mgh K the 1 oming fall, and sS at !. according lo Prtaejmi Kdr succeedB Lawrence as rgmfr.anit idel . ni ps 11- r.as - r3 tioned at Fort Douglaa I 'rill for the fall teraK September 11 .'T I nl form's and ether diT. cadeHr early part of next week, 1 'clcn during the year t-j ST tain Ryder. Vm Colonel Lawronce. fonnsL charge, will ha- rhargs'H Instrui tlon for tin owmflHl ' lakland Mirh schoolH. ' 'ining season. CASE AGAINST M : STRIKERS DISH In vest-rda a 'ternooo'ljJ the city court the '-as iHoi W I mon und l-e '"w i strikers, rharged with uslSAi ml, m on Edward Ear;'' was diflinif- -1 on i rootp i II ,raw grounds of Insufflclenl 'nHb n..t ici to INHl , ordlnn t 'B' e. Im. PartfB oxertaken and stopped M ' s hit bv a flvinc rock throfcj assr.llant. however, coohi bssssj tifb-d and the c.is- (Jt missed The jurors werfw I Thomas J P- Hern ace Garner. ..sbm 'UP K Popular Rate Excur YELLOWSTONE PA September oth. W Hotel Kan- Prom sair Lake 'ity $62.00 Mj, Fare from Ogden 61 lH' W Fare .-overs railroa-i t ransportatmi ' Jm stour and return, automobile frausportation 'H ; trip tnruiijrn f': m-i ar )" '"' ' SI enmpa respective I for full 4' lfvs' trip. mm X. H. CM EVKK5s GrnerrbpaSi5en,Bj 213-14 Eccles BuiUllng. L-Dion PciflC(K np, ion. Utah L' W, Telephone 2500 Branch. 106.