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THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY. OCTOBER, 16, 1919.
Orphcuin I In Her Second jaijR ' Own Studio w. ,v8mBBmBHPBB The romance of a BBp t. ':ailB- spoiled heiress who tr dropped through I w . The Picture of 1000 i -- LAUGHS To Hurdy-Gnrdy Jazz, Amy Twisted Her Hips and Other Things in Shaking I J."j 01 N Lo You'll -,ay so and more R i H CLASS II 1 IS 10 SUM j mm I Night class work at the Ogden high rcbool will s'.arf tonicrht. ;tceorrUn?- to i RI. N. Noall. prineinnl of the nifeht Rschool. More than 00 s'.udents have - Jliroauv rilKJlif'l mi ine ui r. iiwu it is I expected thai ;i I ns. !'. will be en I rolh'l before the coming week. The classes are held every Tusday and! Th i. ' . t" ' " ' n die hours ol 3 30 i arm 9:oU o'rlm k. The classes will be divided into I jnc.nv sections, aoronrnc in I' incipal , ..,'! -m. i m : . n rt. , ib. 'I ;i new : I iTfon! f' i Ik scl II be made here during the i wmir. n . I I The classes ,nt preeent consist of! business Arithmetic, l&ngllsh book-1 f i .line, office machines, pi nmanship, I ticini mi mi r , dnnipstic art compo- I piiicii, shop iikiI hi nia'lfs, inflnsiii.il I ch""-mis-tr . s'en.."i.i. i . t; w Tlfin,- Kpecial and wholesale s.ilesmnnsl.ip, ; val expression, drafting. Trench, busi f iiess economy, and oth r courses. g This course gives those who attend j t a r!i;in i- to s i , : i i z in praeticilly! 1 Rn;. nl.., 'i i li t i hi i ii .- -hool .-' u M : df I,,. .Hid, in holding the ni-'ln P clussr; I,.:' n h..- hcn said l.'t Ihe local silv.ol r..nks with b leaders of the state, ; -j I nr 4 Car Is to Be Sold S3 After Being Used SI To Carry Liquor s.a.'' "Cupid" IIui-v's claim 1 1.;: I ! h.-d he Ksi n.tiiH 'i George Cunning ham and I b )J9 latter had u.je,l ii i carry ci..nr;;h;M:d j.! liquor. ;n in i In i . QyJ ill'' . -: i i I. ;. .1 ni". l. Hi ir. I, Pr .it. . r. I 1 1 1 - linal d ision v. i m gl for lh" ;il' of ih- f.ir The car will I be sold by the sheriff or Morgan i county whero it was seized. In connexion with the seizure of the car, it is stated that Cunningham :ook thl ' ;ir to the parage of D. H. Helner, j at Morgan, to have the axle repaired, i While working on the car. Homer, who is a deputy sheriff, noticed u queer construction of the rear seat as well as the runninc board Ines 'u:iiion disclosed that the car's extra parts contained liquor. The car and I liquor were immediately seized and Cunningham was placed under an est. i ww Former City Engineer : Of Osden and Wife Visiting Mere j.o Sir. and Mrs Waller C. Parmley, i whose home Is now in Upper Mont clair, N. .1, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs O. A Parmley, 730 Twi nl - lirth si reel Mr and Mis Parmley have been vlsillng on the Pacific coast and W i rived in Opden from Los Angeles. I Some thirty years ago Mr. Tamiley was city engineer of Ugden, during the Imayorality of R C. Lundy, and is look j ing forward to meeting many friends I of the old days during his stay here With his brother. Supreme Council Will Send Envoy To Bydapest PARIS, Ofc1 16 The supreme conn eil decided today to Bend ; reptesenia-, I tive to Budiip- st to deal with n w Cvim plications in the situ?iion there The emissary selected is Sir George Clark The decision to dispatch him now to) ; the Hungarian capital was caused by the receipt of a telegram from the, interallied mission in Budapest com paining of the dilatory tactics of ihe 'Rumanians and demanding that tney; I be compelled to wilhdraw from Hun-I gary immediately The telegram from the interallied mission was couched in the strongest I terms and the council decided that it I must be given prompt attention. mc rwmn i i iij gy'iii'ianwi . . iMinwiiifmn n rTinii i f i h i, i i ii 1 H GROCETERIA PRICES 1 If A General 53 I! 22-7- g'" sc M yr i -)nc t,'" general rules CurtlS Of Del Monte. for the housewife is: Tc C 23c jfAf I Kl H IT i , "Buy only from a reliable ire I ft 1 CMC LtOttl Ftore that carries goods of fjA 40 f i tin 9s; hlQh standard, and can bo illl ' ' depended upon tor honest I eights, sizes, measure CVD ,D and and count, fresh goods jr 1tt b ffi 2 ijI RUr pnd best qualities." L I Hi 'Wedding Breakfait' a 0 . . f . Add to that "LOWEST cfrt'On Ol Cane en-i PRICES" and you have the j rJ7 I j ;amescompaRnUySSELL" ; MAPLE SYRUP Solve your "High Cost of 91 91 lk CO Er.tmg" problems at our j 2-lD. tin bUC store. Our customers are 1 5-lb. tin $1.20 cubing .their grocery bills j HI v down each month, and jftfjjl Small tin 30c YOU can do Lhc same LETTS SUCCEED IN DEFENSE DF Cm OF RIGA I LONDON, Oct. 16. So successfully has the defense of Rica proper against the Germans and Russians under ien eral Avaloff-Bermondt been maintain ed that the Lettish government ROh Isiders it safe to return to the olty; according to latest official advice Th' enemy still hold the outskirts of the city on the banks of the Duna but ihe fighting has diminished to a uc ultory rifle fire. Private and official advices indivate that the reservoir of Bolshevik sol diers hns been drawn down olosi to I the bottom and they are unable to provide sufficient force to maintain a defonse on all fronts. General Yude nitch's attacks which hve already c.ir ried him to a point abour 27. miles from Petrograd. has undoubtedly pre cipitated a crisis oo 1 I Society CARD PARTY. The local Brotherhood of American Yeomen are to give a card party In the V odmen hall tomorrow evening An ini itation is extend-d to :iji n.embi r. and then friends. BAZAAR Tomorrow evening the Thirteenth ward members are to give a bazaar and entertainment in iheir chapel on Jackson avenue and rwenty-th.rd ueet. The affair is lo begin a 8 O'clocjt. The ladies of the ward have f."' pared delirious refreshments con istmg of homemade chili, ice cream, candy, etc There will be a display of household articles. M. I A. PARTY. The opening event of die Mutual im provement association uf the Pleas .uit vU v ward will be siven tomorrow evening at B o'clock when a program of music and readings with short da es will be given. The program for the evening follows: Address James Thomas of M I. . state board Solo Violet t'ragun Ostler. Reading Ruth Matthews. Quartet Wallace Budge and com pany. Reading Blanche RIip. Song Brviiive. diis At 9 o'clock th.' dance will begin Bud the Ridges orchestra will furnish the music. ' : ; Jewish Aid Society Extends General Invitation to Large Party. One of the largest affairs of the month will be given in the Knights of Pythias hail, on Grant avenue, tomor row evening, when the Jewish Aid so ciety, with Mrs A. Cohne and Mrs. J. Benowlts as hostesses, will entertain I with a program of especiaU Hnt mu ii and readings, to be followed wiih a dancing pari-. for which MiHs Lillian Thatcher's orchestra will turnish the music. The program for the evening s en tertainmenl includes one or two read ings by .Mrs Cohne's little daughter, daimy Miss l ecelia Cohne. The little miss Is to read a poem eninied "No body's Little Girl" and will probablv! give another number The affair of tomorrow eveninc Is not. only for the entertainment of the Jewish tropic ot the city hut for the entire public, and a general invitation! is extended. The event is for the benefit of the .kwisli war sufferers. I Following the program and prior to ,tho dancing party refreshments will be i erved. HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Historical society will meet Sat urday afternoon at 2 3d o'clock at Hi home of Mrs. W. H. Meal, 902 Twenty fourth street. The program will be in charge of Mrs. J. R. Morrell and Miss Ethel Howie. PLASTERERS' NEW SCALE. Okmulgee. Okla. Plasterers' union No. 457 has effected the following arrange meats with eniptoyera: Foremen, Sit , I da plasterer, $)0. and finishers, S9. 'L'hcsc figure represent an Increase of $1 a day for each classification named. OO Too often when the heart Is willing the j purse is weak. 0 PHELftN World Bangs on U. S. Decision and Fruits of Victory in Danger. OPPOSES AMENDMENT Senator Smoot Will Vote Against the Shantung Amendment. WASHINGTON, On. 16 In voting 'asiunst the Shaniung amendment, Senator Phelan declared he was con sidering American interests and was not indulging in hatred of Japan or seeklng to injure her, through fear or rose nt men t. "If an uncompromising attitude on our part should alienate Great Brit ain and France and force them to stand for Japan, pursuant to then treaty obligations," said Senator Phe lan, "it might Jeopardize the success ol ihe league of nations itself and j the treaty of peace with Germany, Which embody the fruits of victory. I The w orld hangs on our decision "Japan and China, if united in war, (would be a great menace to America and Europe Would it not be a .eal .diplomatic achievement to keep Ja pan apart which, while ii is far trom this purpose, is at this time actually accomplished by the Shantung Inci j dent. "I do not see how the question of Japanese immigration and naturalisa tion is involved In this matter a We will not consent to 'ruce equali ty.' It was rejected at Paris. These are domestic questions with which jthe league has no concern, and, lest j there be a doubt under Article XI is to the power of the league to take I Junsdid ion I am in favor of elicit interpretative resolutions on the sub ject." Senator Phelan said that in ap proaching discussion of the question raised bj the Shantung amendment he was not "ignorant of the danger that I lurk in Jnpanese dominancy In th Pa icific." adding that by anv legitimate i means he "would check her advance 'and would turn her armies back to Asia vhere they belong.' In nrcing defeat of the Shantung amendment, .senator Phelan, Califor nia, Democrat, declared American in terests were not only embraced in the preservation of peace "but in riddiug America of the Japanese incubus. ' n Japan must expand then h. i ex pansion in ShantunK. b) agreement ; with China, is more acceptable to us th:in her expansion in America," Sen ator Phelan said. "She has inaugu rated a steamship service which dom inates the Pacific and is landing her nationals upon isorih and South Am erican shores. If we exclude Japanosc from Amei ica as a wise national poli- cv then we shoudl not be unduly alarmed about Shantung The league of nations will preent her forcible expansion in the future and Japan is a member of the league. For this ! nnrnnco xca ninut 1r,um htv thm-o " Senator Smith. Democrat, Georgia, and Senator Smoot. Republican, Utah, announced they would vote against the amendment. They said the point could be covered in reservations Also opposing the amendment, Sen ator Sterling, Republican South I a -tkota, aaid its adoption only would serve to keep the Fnited States out of a treaty which already virtuall) was in force Senator Lodge, Repub lii nn. Massachusetts, called attention to Paris reports that the treaty's ef fectuation had been postponed Indef initely, but Senator Sterling said the delay npparenth was temporary and did not change 'he situation. Senator Watson said a reservation on the Shantung provision would have his support. Senator McCumber, Republican. Norlh Dakota, denied that there nad been bad faith in the shantung settle ment Japan held the German Shan tung concessions by right of arms, he said, and the allies were under no ob ligation to reveal lo the United States their secret treaties on I he ' subject Senator Sherman. Republican, llllnoi", gave the senate some of his reasons for supporting the amendment "I'll vote for any amendment that comes alonp, consistent 01 in onslslent ." j .so lei Senator Sherman. Anil when they're all In 1 H vote to throw the whole j thing Into the alley " Senator .Tones. Republican, Washington, said he would vote for the Shantunc amendment and if it eras defeated he then would "vote for the strongest pus. slble reservation declaring our ahhorenoo ol this unjustifiable outrage' Senator Johnson. Republican. California, Bald there was almost an unanimous sen timent that tho Shantung settlement was 'immoral und Infamous." Denouncing the secret Shantung trea ties. Senator Johnson 6ald Great Brit ain and France had violated their solemn Obligations by not advlslnp the fnited States of the terms uf those treaties "The pcare of Paris," he continued "was presumed to have been made upon Children'sCoughs may be checked and more icrioui conditions of the threat ofun will be avoided by promptly giving tho child a dote of ! P I SO'S HARRY FDTOS REGDVERS FROM OPERATION I IT HOSPITAL Harry Fotos. whose place of busi ness i at 187 Twenty-fifth street, was successfully operated on at the Dee. hospital Tuesday, October 7, and Is : apidly recuperating Mr FetOS Is especially grateful to ;'.il friends and to the hospital attend ants who gave him exceptional atten tion during his illne..?. ihe specific points of peace iterated and reiterated by the president of the Uni! I States and accepted by the world "I nm sure all of us approved when tho president said every terrltoilal settle ment must be made in the Interests of the populations affected. Are wo seek ing now to uphold that principle or to find a way of escape from It?" Exchange of Treaties. PARIS, Oct. Lfl The exchange of Ger man peace treaty ratifications putting tho convention into effect is expected to take place early next Week, according to Semi-official French sources today. It is explained that the delay In the j formal exchange of ratifications wa Caused by the amount of mechanical worK . necessary in preparing the documents. URUGUAY ENDORSES TREATY. MONTBVIDIO, Uruguay, Wednes day, Oct. 15. The Uruguayan house I of representatives today voted ap- f proval of the treaty of peace between j the allied and associated nation-; and Germany. Water Suits Are Commenced in j District Court adjudication of the water rijihi- of the south fork of the Ogden river is I asked in a complaint filed yesterday I I In the district court The plaintiffs claim having priority extending back J I o ISoO. The plaintiffs in the case ;.re! 'The Co-op Farm Irrigation company, Joseph Parker Co . Ogden Home Build ers Co William Burrows, James Sur- 'iat;e, H iirv DeVoung, Isaac E Smitih land Harvey Wangsgaard The defendants In the suit are Hunlsville Irrigation company. Moun tain Canal association, Downs Ditch Vater company, Felt-Peterson. Salter irrigation company Emmertson lrriga- jlion company, Daniel Allen, John H. . j Wilson, Peter Rollo, Carl V inhnson.l , William H. Downs and Mrs William II. Downs. The plaintiffs seek prior right to 20 j second feet on the low flow of the stream and 40 second feet on the hiti flow of the stream and also ask ;n injunction against the removal, cut- 'ting or destroying of dam.- ; Weather Favorable For the Farmers Reporting Utah weather conditions, propitious for good fall fr.rin work.1 J Cecil Alters of the United States weather bureau, has issued the follow-1 ins in his weekly bulletin "The growing season for practiically j all CUM1 w: - In tniiiaieil ;ibrupth DJ heavy to killing frosts on Thursday) (and Friday of last week, the most important crops affected being tome-I i toes. There was little or no rain and! other weather conditions were rather' favorable for fall work generally, par-j ticularly the growth of winter wheat, I the seeding of fall grain, the digging of bei ts and potatoes and the plekin ; of fruit. The soil generallv is renortad in -ood condition for fall plowing and seeding, except that it la too dry in parts of San Juan county. Fall pas tures and the winter forage outlook .ire fail to good as a rule, though it Is still dry in parts of San Juan. Car field and Millard counties. The w st ern Utah sheep range will be fair to sood when snow comes I.amh and cattle Shipping continues from many iedons, the stock being in fairly good j condition There has been a general livestock movement toward the winl ir ranges, nearly all stock having reached the winter ranges adjacent to the Powell National forest. INTRODUCED INNOVATION. Atlantic City, X. J. The stole federa tion which opened Its sessions In this city recently introduced an Innovation by Inviting representatives of capital as well as labor officials to address Its delegat IS during its sessions. Among those Invited IS the presidents of the New Jersey cham ber of commerce, the Manufacturer' az sociotion ond the ManufactureW council. President Gompers 1 also expected to address the federation during- the meeting. The "pen" 1 mightier lhan the county jail. nn Two Patrols of Boy Scouts Who Are on Bicycles1 . i Two patrols of bicycle Boy Scouts have been formed by Troop 10 ol the HHBjjBj AHIHMIIXMMIX C311VG ' O Positively One of the Best j igf'"" Pictures of the Season. WfesgiWy Don't Miss Seeing It. i S Theatre I jVHHHHKHHMEHH "Superior Photoplays." j H I NEW MARKET I Our new market will be open for business Saturday morning. This market will be operated in connection with store No. 10, op B posite Woolworth's. It will be most convenient for shoppers who I take their car at Twenty-fourth and Washington. Visit this new market for your Saturday's purchases. Big fresh pork sale again I Cash wA Carry Prices J 1 1 4 POUNDS SWEET 20c MILK, 15c POTATOES 30c. All brands tall cans milk at, per H 100 pounds potatoes $2.00 can 15C P 5 50 pounds potatoes $1.10 H 3 10 pounds ootatocs ....... 25c Ca6e ta" cans m,lk $ 00 I 3 b pounds onions ....... 25c 2 tall cans Hebe mil! 25c H 2 BACON HAMS C0C0ANUT BUTTER The quality and price of our hams Wc now have a good supply. You I will find this butter substitute very J j I and bacon are the envy of compel- peasmg for cvcry pUrp03C. Color I I itors Ouality considered, ve save mg with each pound, fizk to see it. J . . ,n . Coccsnut butler 35c j you at all times 5c to 10c a pound. prcsii creamery buttcr . . . . 65c ; 'I Sugar cured whole hams, pound 37c Ranch butter GOc Bj ,, . o o Storage eggs 55c K .'tQl Sugar cured half hams, pound 3Sc Ranchu cggs 60c B j Fancy sweet breakfast bacon II1Trliro F j MATCHES pound o3c Carton Qf 5 boxes for .... 30c R iffl Streaked salt pork, pound 30c 2 boxes 15c FRESH NUTS TOILET PAPER, 7c t All stores have a quantity of Our stores have nearly a half car- K ' fresh roasted large peanuts a' 2 load of large 12' -c rolls crepe pa- R 3 pounds for . 35c per This will be the last cheap pa- H ; Hard shell walnuts, fresh stock per we will have for a long time. I pound 30c 4 large rollc 28c H il 12 large rolls &0c ft i CHOICE RICE 35c teji can re(j samlon . . 23c G 1 2 pound package choice full head . , , on H I nce for 35c I all can pink sabon . . . l)c K Sale C'eifiraes I 0or factory prices on all children's, misses', and ladies' hats as well as a great quantity extra trimmings still continues. It will I be about three weeks yet before we will be in our permanent loca I tion on Washington. j It will pay you more than you imagine to see our styles and I prices before you buy elsewhere. Salesroom 423, fourth floor, Colonel Hudson building. j SKAGGS' local bov scout organization, accord ing to G. A. Goates in charge of the local bov scout work. This troop is under the direction of Delber Foul ger .Next Tuesday nierht the mem bers of the troop will hold a special fifty-yard swimming event at T'tah Hot Springs The names of the bicycle scouts Phillip Rinc, Alyson Smith, Harold Jjjl Farley, Ernest Landes, Lawrence 'Li! Brain well l.eo Poorman, Willard Is- IH daelson, Eugene Israelson, Clyd" iMB Stone. William Barton, Robert Bur ton. Alva Blackburn. Spencer Benndt. Lle Btewart, Reuben MeBride rr. 1 Lester Young. IfH 99 W W nSv III Km .1 S WM I n wiiiftiweiiileMSiMsJlTMSMi - H It Will Not Cost You a Penny I to try Occident Flour, for the Russell-Miller Milling Company will stand back of your investment with an iron-clad, money-back guarantee, which we will cheerfully carry out for them. Let your grocer send you a sack make as many Gouuiteobi bakings as you choose from it then if vou arc EfySck willing to say it beats any other flour you sJ9 h.ie used, your money comes back for the tL-cr-w.'i askuig. McntSJJ Utah Grain & Elevator Co. Ogden, Utah. ,f,rA Wholesale Distributors. LH wB& 181