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fi 1HL OGDEN SIAiNUAKU: UGUEN, UTAH, TI 1URSDAY, OCTOBER, 16, 1VI9.
I is LotoeryMan I "I will oon foere- J . Over Paine 4. Hurv - I For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phon No. 56 I RANDOM j REFERENCES Wanted Bo with wheel for dellv I, ,,L .-I in? ;tt Bramwell B 'J610 Or. Geo. W. Baker is now located I ir 217! Washington avenue, oxer Cullej I 'C Drug. I Lecture Sunday Dr. John A Widt--oe. president of the University of i I'tah, will deller an address at th Second ward meeting house Sunday Sinorning All members of the wan'. ;mil thr general purilje are invited In I 1 'I . trend. The subject will be announi ed I .H '" I Old papers 'or taie. Clean rags wanted st Toe StanojrrJ I Pleasant View The Mutual In ' provenient association of Pleasant ' View ward will give its opening .lance -and entertainment of the season, Fn 'fill dav even,nS at 8 o'clock, in the amuse-1 ment hall. An interesting pro2!-.m . has been arranged. I M JONATHAN npple- We deliver, 558 12U St. Phone o294-R 9300 ; l Elevator girl wanted at Tbe Reed. 9406 ij Paving Officials of lhe Moran Pav- : i ing company expect the work of pa -I i! ing Twenty-fourth street io be nm- pleted soon. Work is progressing rap- I Indian tanned buffaio rug Reason able. Write Box F, care Standard 8971 I !' lUnrv Blair, innno tuner Ph. 1-1 ;.'I."M. 9915 Badges and Buttons E--servlc 1 men may obtain a service bad?-? by mM presenting their discharge papers io 'the local army recruiting station. But ions for those who were wounded arc now available. Monty to loaa. Kelly & Herrlck. 4706 Scouts Hear Chief Fire Chief t George A. Graves addressed the Boy - Scouts of Troop 23 yesterday af er neon. He discussed the use of ling r' . i ..'''to; an i gai n i nt in sting talk I life saving. LH t Clean -ags wanted . the tani - re1 Artistic funeral pieces a specialty. ' Dunike Floral Company, Ph. 52 W 4173 Memorial Memorial services wrill ''! be observed by the Jews ot Ogden Itod&V for all dead Rabbi L I.e'irr-r I to of Brith Scholom will officiate al the IH services. Jl COAL, all kl. Is Buy now. M. L. Jones Coal & Ice Co. Ph. 1603. 2563 Photograpna are hlftory of the fam iily Have them taken today at The j 'jl . Tripp I'hoto Studio, 320 25th St I i I II Requisition Detective Riley Patt'-u of the Ogden police force, armed with requisition pdpers signed by Governor Bamberger, left today for Pa otto, Idaho, where he will take Adolfe Ri miez into custody. Ramlez is alleged lo have stolen a watch and two to H ii;i vov i . f 1'iiliu Mir.ui-s. Wanted paper of September 9th at andard office. 191 Reward Offered Marcus allahm, -d 39. and Frank Johnson, ag. d if. both Inmates of the state prison at '-'alt Lake, escaped from ...e camp la.e yesterday afternoon and local peace : mm -WM to face k tme I in l. WHO FiUPK FRANCIS IS.Cffli.TEffl n "Who 1 9 Prank Francis, candidate for mayor?" That is a question being asked by Ijieopl'' who do not know that for jrears F rank Pram is bas been edltoi of .h I Ogden Standard and has been a resi dent of g'h n 1 1 years Frank Francis has been a persistent advocate of the best Interests of Og den. He has been n factor in tin1 crrowth of Ogden, consistently urging ,e advantages of this city in tin-- campaign ht la pointing out that Ogden Bhould own its own light ing system, as a means of adding an other revenue producer similar to ;he waterworks, and he is committed to, doing ;ill in his power to give to Ogden 1 an electric distributing Bystem which: should be the means ol helping to k'.eji , aown taxes. i officers have been notified of the dis appearance of the two men A reward of $50 has been offered for the cap ture of cither of the men, WANTED Paper of May 9th at Stan dard office. . 9972 Save money and help the Jiihl.en buy Weber stake benefit tickets for ihe Alhambra theater. Phone 2127-M 10 Library Meeting The members of the Carnegie library board will meet at the public library tomorrow even ing. Plans for the 1920 season will b discussed. Five-room brick; modern; cloe in; basement, 3 closets. Immediate pos session; 14,200, Gem Realty. 237 Hudson. 9 Join our dancing class, Tuesday nd Thursday evenings from 7 to 8 30. All the latest dances and steps taught Assembly Dance Hall one Reeve. I Phono 2890-M 127 Forfeits Bail F. E. Wilson, charged ' with drunkenness forfeited 150 ball In I the city court this morning by fail- ing to appear for trial. A bench war- j rant for hi? arrest was ordered b Judge D. R. Robt its Wanted Bv responsible people, de- sirable furnished house. Phone si7 " Marriage License John Campbell and Lllla V. Auld, both of ItCH k Springs. Wyo., were granted a mar riage license at the county clerk's of fice this afternoon Or Clyde Smith, recently mustered j out of army service, has opened of-' flees in rooms 119-420, First National Bank building Office phone 191; resi- ! dence phone 456. 123' Reduced Rates Official miiiec. ;,n nounung reduced rates to Minnoapo-! 'Us on November 10, to members of; the American Legion who are desirous to attend the convention, have been; received in Ogden. The reduced rate; have been arranged on the basis of j one and one-third fairs for the round trip. Member ; of the American Le gion and their families will be afford-j ed a ehance to obtain the reduced I rates upon certificates of Identifies tion which will be issued through state and local branches. , acres chcee land, water right, 7-room frame house, city water, lights, car line $3000.00. 5500 00 down. Phon.- I 69 or 2296 -J 181 1 Conference Sunday- Quai lerly con-, ference of Weber stake will be held, Sunda morning and afternoon at the! tabernacle, invitation having been e:-l i tended to members of other wards. President L W. Shurtliff will presldi Two representativeH of the general church authorities art expected to at tend and dellve addresses- Music for both sessions will be furnished uv the choir. Meeting Called Foresters of the seven districts of ihe forestry, as Well ;.s the chiefs of operation in he vflr liious districts, have been Informed of H meeting to be held during the first rM k in i ci mil, i pi Albuquerque, IN. M. Col. Grady Coming ol W. B. Grad, of the Bllvlcullure department Of the forest service, is expected in Ogden during tbe latter part of tnis month Colonel Grad) wnlle adjutant colonel, was in charge of a regiment of forestry service men who spent '.wo years in France doing forestr) work. Hi bac rec nth returned to tbe United States and will make a trip tc get in touch wth conditions. Case Settled The case of North & Robinson against the Union Pacific Railroad company was Betded Lite yea terday afternoon before the c-se 7as ! called in Judge Pra t a division of the 'Jistnct court. The railroad company paid the $150 damages asked. 4 ff4l44if4 SENATE TO RECEIVE KING. WASHINGTON, Oct. 16. The senate agreed today to recess alter Tuesda afternoon, October f 28. to receive King Albert of Bel- gium Similar action is expected f by the house, and after King Al- bert's appearance in the senate -f hf- will be received bv the house it f -f 4- 4- 4- 4 4 -f 4- 4- 4 " 1 INSURANCE Any Kind Any Amount Rates quoted upon application Automobile Insurance a Specialty ROBT. G. AGEE Basement Broom Hotel j Phone 69. i - ARREST OF FIVE MEN ALLEOED TO BE P(IT ON LARGE GANG OF BOXCAR ROBBERS IN OGBEN 1 Jive men, alleged Io havi been lm-i plicateti In whole ale boxcar robberli were token into custody since 9 o'clock this mornins bv niembi i of tlv p,,l, and sheriff's departments The men aro said to be switchmen employed in the local yards, the looting eif box cars taking piace in the yards It i supposed that the robbery of a car in tho yards was free from any element of danger as the alleged burglars are supposed lo have worked in close , oper.it Ion. At 0 o'clock this morning, loot that had been taken from the dwelling pla of one of the men was recovered antl taken to the sheriff's office. This con sisted mainly of inner tubes of auto mobile tires made by the V . S Rubber company, a quantity of canned good-. B pair of expensive shoes and a num ber of work shirts Between a hundre I and a hundred and lifty boxes of inner tubes were stored at (he sheriff s offli e Rumors on the Blreet today were to 1 the effect that two cases of shoes, con signed to W. H. Wright & Sons, were among other articles which were stol len The Officers and nun from the sheriffs department had not located the main cache The arrests were the culmination of Investigations and inquiry covering a period of over two months An off i -'cer saw strange behavior on the part of several men some time ago and since that time there has been a care lul cheeking up While no authentic word has be n (received from the sheriffs department. It is intimated that four of the five men who have been arrestee! have ad ml t ted their part in the crimes. The arrest of several others is expected. It Is surmised lhat the government will take action. Evidence on the men, is the allegation, Is sufficient for con viction. While no authentic word concerning the arrest of the men was available, rumors around town regarding the af fair were current and practically all the details, with the exception of th total amount of good- stolen and th names of the parties implicated, were obtained. J LITTLE- BENNY'S J NoteBookl By LEE PAPE Figures. If you know enuff figures you can start at 1 and keep on countin - till you get tired or sumbody elts does and tells vou to shut up The on tig lure less than 1 is 0, bcinj: so mutch less that nobody dont hardly ever p..v eny attention to it. The more O'S you put in u row by themselves, the less use they are i Wen peeple counting backwerdsl j com? to 0, they know the) eithei haff, I to stop counting or sLtrt forwerds lagen. This is Its cheef ij' Figures Is er use-fill in helping peeple to tell the time. Everybody can see ware the hands of a clock arc. but they cant tell wat thyre doing there I unless the know the dlffrent figures A pcrsin that dldent knov figures Could wawk thru a store lull of clocks and wen he came out he wouli haff to ask sumbody wat time it Wa . If it wascnt for figures you would ent know wat pape of a book you was i up to. if you subtract the number. lou are up to frum the nunb. r on the last page, the anser will bt the num ber of pages ou still luff to reed, in I caso anybody a.sks ou. Some of the things you do with fig ures is add, divide, BUbtrack, Multi ply, carry, make mistakes and forget. ISome of the best peeple at figures are the worst peeple at everything I elts. This proves thorcs always room (for improvemint. Fracktions are hard dubble jointed figures that Its no use trying to do on our lingers They are so easy to make mistakes in, its v WOOdCr more peeple dont Teeples shapes is also known as their figures. Bowlegged f;-ure-, are; the most intristing to look at, the most unpopuler to have, and the nost impossible to change. oo Rippling j Rhymes ! By WALT MASON. IL. HALCYON DAYS, The happy days of war are gone, and peace's frightfulness is here, when we assemble on the lawn, and cuss the ding-donged profiteer, in war we struck for noble things, to undermine the tyrant's sway, to overturn the thrones of kings, and' now we strike for higher pay In war we loathed ihe foreign foe, and chased him on blfl cheap John store, and now, alas, as all men know, we loathe the man who lic a next door In war we al' united were, we had one purpose and one end. ' but now we fill the air with fur. the I fur ol neighbor and of friend. I look I back on the days of war, that buterl war of four long years, and wonder what we stopped it for, to usher In the profiteers. Far better on the field to I die, with fame and glory as your bd. than starve for lack of coin to buy your share of angei cake .nd bread Far better meet a stalwart loe and per ish where our banner flies, than have1 a hoarder lay you low, with tricks n) soldier would despise. We clamored for the boon of peace throughout the long and bloody fray, and now we yell for the polled to take the blamed old boon away. uu Platinum in 1880 cost thirty cents j an ounce SUGAR, SUGAR, WHO'S GOT THE SUGAR? LODGEH WASHINGTON. Get. 18- The senate today voted down the amend ment to the peace treaty under which) German rights in China would revert to China instead of to Japan. The vote on the amendment, which had been presented by Chairman Lodge of the foreign relations com mittee, was thirty-five to fifty-live. ! ROCKEFELLER IS j HEARD BEFORE CONFERENCE WASHINGTON, Oct. 16. "There are pessimists who say that there Is no o luilon short of revolution and the over IhrOW of the existing orial kader " 6ulJ Mr. Rockefeller. "Surely the men and women of this grent country will sUnJ behlnel their present institutions. A man who recently spent seven ninths xtudyinc the Industrial problem and who came Into contact with thous ands of workmen came to the conclusion that not higher wages, but recognition of workmen .s what the workers real ly souR'lu A'hnt Joy ran thero be in life, what Interest can a man take in his work, what enthusiasm e.-m he be ex ported to develop on behalf of his em ployer, when he is regarded as num ber on a payroll, a cor in a wheel, s mere 'hand' who would not earnestly se.k to gain recognition of his manhood and the right to be heard and treated as a human belnc and not as machine? "While obviously those who Invest their capital In an industry rannot hae pei - sonai acQualntanco with the thousands who invest their labor, contact between these two parties in interest can ana must be established ' For th.'s conference to undertake tei acrec on tho details of plans nnd methods Is apt to lead to endless controversy without constructive result Cannot we however, unite in the adoption of the principle of representation and the agree- J ment to make every effort to secure tho endorsement and acceptance of this prin ciple by all chambers of commerce, in- I dustrtal and rommereinl bodies and all organisations of labor? The assurance thus clven of n closer relationship be tween the parlies to industry would fur ther Justice, promote Rood will and help to bridge the ftult between capital and labor " FORCED TO LAND! WASHINGTON', Get 1 d Officials I acted immediately on receiving the re- ! port from the Associated Press that Afaynard had been forced to land !.n cornfield near Wahoo. Neb. Chicago and other points were called on '.he! 1 1 lephone to see if mother plan could, not bo rushed to the man regarded in I army circles as the premier cross country aiator of the country Even at a well equipped Meld, it was I said, it would take t .vo days to replace the engine in Majnard's piane oi find I n new crankshaft. Where he came! uown the work probably woule1 tak al week or more. Because of his exceptional showing In the transcontinental cent, it was! ild. every effort wou'd be made to en-! -ible Maynard to continue his flight. Supl Hinckley Speaks Supt E S. Hinckley of the Uah state industrial sch ol. before a meet I inc of Itotarlana held 'ast nlcht at the Weber club, made a ple a tor be( 61 conditions in various cm s In the in ' i. rest of children li asked thai st. ps 'be taken to procure food ind lothlng foi boys and pirls and also statid that barns, old buildings snd i.thcT plact I where boys congregate and form bad habits should be totn down ) Probably the biggest feature of his talk was his recommending thi build inu- of an interstate institution tor the j feeble-minded. The other speakers at the meeting were Joseph Young, district governor I Of Rotary clubs in Vunmm, Id .ho ;-nd Utah, Wesley KinK of Salt Lake, nd President Frank M. Dnggs. The talk ot Superintendent H nckley concerning an interstate InatitUi'Ion j for feeble minded children was in I.ne with steps contemplated by juveuile authorities In this matter Superin tendent Hinckley in his talk gave three i reasons why boys and glrlfl are taken jto industrial schools throughout the country ignorance of parents as to j If amil) tight and duties, poverty and , feeble mlndedness. 'ipeclo! provision j. "hould be made, ne advocated, for the ,eare of the feeble-minded. 1 Read the Classified Ads I Two Day Sale of I Suits $50 values for $3975 I At the very beginning of the season when you j are just ready to purchase your suits comes this WONDERFUL VALUE-GIVING SALE! Just 75 suits in the lot All the wanted ma terials; Silvertone, Broadcloth, Serge and Tri cotine; very latest styles; tailored and semi tailored; ripple effects for the Miss. Don't miss this opportunity to make an IMMENSE saving on this portion of your Winter Wardrobe! E COME EARLY' ! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY j NATIONAL OUTFITTING COMPANY j ; 2345 Washington Ave. AIRPLANE MAY LAND HERE ON I TRIP FROM DENVER TO COAST j Carl Johnson, officer in the Ameri can flying corps in France during the world war. will attempt 'o fly from Denver to San Francisco via Ogden I'urinp the latter part of November, ac cording to word which has been re ceived here Frank Ellison, well km- vn Denver business man, wmo is in Og den, and who is a former flyer in the I sen ice of Uncle Sam, broutht the; 'news to this city today. Ellison ri.ns I .i chain of theaters in Colorado Ho . i slated that Johnson would attempt to I make the flight without a stop, and. if he is unsuccessful in his une'ertak- ing, he will make a stop en route to' the coast at one of the kcal landing fields. jonnson nas seven pianes ai ne Colorado citv and on his record trip, will use a big De Haviland with the latest Liberty motor attached. The machine which he has recently pur- chased, according to Ellison, is capable I Of doinc 125 miles an hour. On the return trip Johnson will soar' over Reno, Ogden, Salt Lake and other j cities before returning io Denver, ihe' Denver man expects to establish a pas senger route between Denver nd 'he coast, if his trial t.ip is a successful one. Johnson wore two silver bars on, his shoulder during the war which gave hiin the rank of captain He vas one of the leading American fliers' and, since being discharged from tbo, service, has made a number of flights over Colorado cities He s piesident :f a large corporrtisn and wai a vis itor here during the Golden Spike cele bration and thinks Ogden one of thej mos' ideal cities on the read between Denver and San Francisco for a land ing field. It is probable ,h;:t Johnson Will at .empt to fly troni Demer to Sin Fnn : Cisco on Thanksgiving day. delivering a message from 'he governor ot Colo radc to the governor of California at the bis: Kridiron battle betweet Stan ford and t alifornia on that d-'itc The fact that Johnson contemplates juch a trip Is the cause of consiier-f-le discussion in aviation circles in this city. Members ji the Azierlcan; Legion are backing .h- aviation proba bilities here, as are also the Merchants o Ogden, and steps to induce Je.nn m to halt here will be taken at once. I SINN FEINFRS HOLD TWELFTH ANNUAL MEETING I I DUBLIN, Oct. 15 Defving the or d i of the government and the com- i j inander-in-chief of Ireland, the twelfth 'anual convention ot the Sinn Fein was 'held at midnight In the Mansion house. II lasted three hours. Notwithstanding i all precautions taken to previ B1 he i meeting, the complete order of bus iness was carried through. An order issued last night by the I chief secretary and the commander-) in-chief of forces in Ireland prohibited the assembling in Dublin of the Sinn I Fein Irish lunteers and the Gaelic league. Lord Mayor Alarmed. DUBLIN. Oct 16. The lord niu r of Dublin, Laurence O'Nell, alarmed al the condition of imprisoned Seln Fein prisoners, who he says 1 are near death's door" from their hunger strike; today sent a letter to Sir Ian Mac Pherson, Chief secretary for Ireland, asking thai 'hey be given altered treatmenl in prison After recalling the death in Mount' Jov prison in 1917 of Thomas Ashe, the lord mayor concludes: "I am Buro that repetition of aucb an occurrence is not desired.'' uu Chief Graves I . Talks to Scouts Fire Chief George A. Graves save an interesting talk to the Boy Scouts nt Troop 2-1 last nixht at iheh meeting in the Ninth ward. To the I h.rty-i i ve ; boys present he cle-r!y Illustrated th? j use -f the Jims motor for the savin -of lii , demonsti ting how it would be used on a drowned nrson and ilso in restoring the hear! action of a person j buffering irom electric shock. M. inbers of the Scout troop applaud- I ed the talk heartily and asl;ed for j more. Fire Chief Graves repsonned to heir demand and g,n e them a mo9' in j eresting talk on fire prevention. A J hort Investiture w,s also held before the meeting closed. Leon Spencer and Berl Upton were' d:corated with ten- j .lerfoot badges, making wenty-three boys to pass their te-nderfoo'. examf- J nations in Troop 23 I no Some small spider- build no web-, 1 but leap on their pre like mlnu'e J tigers. j oo Immigrants to the United State 1 numbered 6,354 in 1S22 and 1,218,150 I 3 in 1914 OP LATE TO CLASSIFY; SALE OR EXCHANGE. FOR sale of will lease or eschar?" , for cit property. 7 acres improved I a land in city limits. 10 minutes wa k 1 from car line, full water rights, brick 1 house and other outbuildings. For J Particulars call 2710 Lincoln. 212 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE Well built two-alor i frame house, to be moved. Phone J67 1 or 696 -i' FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. NEARLY new Inch oven ?as ranpc-, I with eonl hearer clic.ip ..''4 21st ?l If 1" J? WANTED TO RENT. WANTED at once small furnished house or apartment; excellent rcf ences. No children. Call 1410-J. 2W jjl n FOR SALE REAL ESTATE ONE acre of land. lose in. norh of j ' (Klen ner. ater ncht Trrni;- j Merlin Shaw. 413 24th St, Insurance J Real Estate 20 j DRESSMAKING li DRESSMAKING Phone 1912-J -"' I WANTED TO RENT. A FT RNISHED or unfurnished hoiti". "I apartment or flat. W. E. Becklisrl. ' Arlington Hotel 2C6 I - FAR SALE FARM. f 15 kCRES first class farm land wi'h J water right. 2 miles south of Ogden 1 Phone 1859-J :n I LEGAL NOTICES t J PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES g it. 1 Consult County Clerk or the Reip tlvo Signer for Further Information. . ifi NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Jj In the Second Judicial Dlstrtc t Court of the State of Utah, in and K'r j Jill the Countv of Weber. - j In the matter of the estate of v. j ; Browning, deceased. . h I 1 Creditors will present claims, wi vouchers, to the undersigned, at to office Of W H Reeder, Jr., ' t. cles Bldg. Ogden, L'tah, on or beioi the Jrd dav of Februarv. 1920. J J. E. BROWNING, br U, Administrator. W. H. REEDER. JR.. . Attorney for Administrator. j Date of first publication Oct. i i Date of last publication Oct. 3U,J- I H. SHERIFF'S SALE. In (he District Court of Weber ' oit ty. State of Utah. H ml I State of Utah. Plaintiff, vs. H 1 Jenson. and Certain lUquors. Vessels and other proper , unlawfully used, one Hudson t .mobile, C. H Reilly and 1 . I ( Defendants S3. c,,, on i'if 1 To be sold at Sheriffs Sale oj M 27th day of October, oUth k 'o'clock a m. of said day. at the so i j front door of the Weber coan n - ; house, in Ogden City defter j Utah, the following described V ty. to-wit: Rodst-'"' .j One Hudson automobile, Engine No. 21528- . roan' Dated at. Ogden City. eJ lW- K Utah, thi. nth day of October. k H. C PETERSON. Sheriff of Weber county. Ui jy By CURTIS ALLISON, . ' u. Deputy Sheritt r,