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m THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 7. 1920 ?
rar t g.niwini w ! j --sweater time f yon 11 like these handsome "f&iaL I i STveaters -we're showing bow . , '. J . new- sport and campns styles m ' r coat effects and pull-overs. ' , '& 5 2 rich looking two-tone, heather v-.. I mixtures and smart solid colors ' ' '- ? f I with contrasting shades in "body r I stripes or on collars, cuffs and ' I S I skirt bottoms. j Jn. ' ' i 1. if i ; ('. j We're strong for an elimination con- C' ' ; 'est in Mexico we don't want to play ' J ' ' with, too many Mexicans. ' i , ; "We can bear the English sparrows, a but we are mighty glad that princes 0 I aren't as numerous. Mother's apron string is never si noticeable as when the gas is turnet low in the parlor. Situations have become so disagree able lately, that we have hopes that w will nover have to seek another one. To M i ' THE BIGGEST SHOW IN" THE COUNTRY OPENS ITS DOORS -TOMORROW MORNING. jS;' r PROGRAM FOR JAN. 8 fM : G A. M. Stock Judging. H 8 A. M. Students' Judging Contost.. HH 8 A. M. Boys' and Girls' Club Judging Contost. jH i 8 P. M. Harbcrtson and Santel in Championship "Wrestling 9H : Mntch, Alhambra Thentro M THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY II The World's Greatest Soprano ;f ; Will Sing in the I SALT LAKE TABERNACLE j Friday Evening, Jan. 1920 I. Assisted by Mayer Wadler, America's I Own Violinist f j Prices: $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 I jj (Plus war tax) I Tickets on sale Monday, January 5, 1920, at the BUREAU OF INFORMATION I Mail orders will be taken care of earlier. : AUSPICES TABERNACLE CHOIR I Edward Pr Kimball, Manager Ogden patrons can take Bamberger train J I leaving Ogden at 6:30 p. m., and return 1 r I leaving Salt Lake at 11 :15 p. m. I 0S?h ft Is Not Enough H 1 IfeM to ave e bowels move. It is H ! P more important to persuade liver, H plj kidneys, skin, and bowels to act in H, harmony and against self-poison- . ing. BEECHAM'S PILLS act favorably upon H ! all organs concerned in food-digestion and H j : waste-elimination ; they remove causes H as well as relieve symptoms. s00 I Beechari's Pills af04& Largest Sale of any Medicine in the World. K Vt!3- Sold by druggiita throughout the world. In boxes, 10c, 25 I Subscriptions For Mormon Battalion j Steadily Climbing Toward Required i Sum With Many Ogdenites Donating j !!" Subscriptions for the Mormon Bat talion monument are steadily creeping ( toward the required sum with many 1 Ogdenites among the list of donors. In addition to a Liberty bond of $50 which I was sent to the Salt Lake headquar ters for the drive by the Ogden Chap tor, Daughters of the Mormon Bat talion, descendants of members of the ! battalion, who are members of the : Daughters of the Mormon Battalion, 'have contributed, i Descendants of Captain James Brown (Mrs. Lizzie Richardson, granddaughter $5; Mrs. Lois Hutching, granddaughter I $5; Mrs. Raclmel Brown, great grand daughter, $1; Naomi Brown, great I granddaughter, $1; Ruth Brown, great 3 j granddaughter, $1; May Brown, great 2 ' granddaughter, ?1; James Brown, great grandson, $1; William Brown, fgreat grandson, $1; Mrs, Mary Raw son, granddaughter, 5; Mrs. Ada Hal royd, great granddaughter, 5. Descendants of John Bybee Mrs. Caroline Williams, ?2; Annie Stimpson, daughter, ?20; Polly Staker, granddaughter, $1.50; Mary J. Hales, daughter, $2.50; Myrta Bell Hales, granddaughter, $2.50; Ethel Hunter, granddaughter, $5; J. Dan Stimpson. J grandson, $5; C. W. Stimpson, grand I son, $5; R O. Bybee, son, $2.50; Laura I Moore Whitten, granddaughter, $5. : Descendants of Captain Daniel C. ' ' Davis A Mrs. Laura Hadficld. daughter. $20. Descendants of Joel J. Terrill Mrs. Alice Harris, daughter, $2. Descendants of Isaih Huntsman Ezra Huntsman, son, $5; Mary ? Huntsman, daughter In-law, $?; Mary R. Williams, granddaughter, $5; Eve kjlyn Williams, great granddaughter, $2; (Lily E. Lester, granddaughter. $2.50; J. jffllL PERSHING TO; SPEAK AT C1BS' ; " MEETIHG General John J. I'crshing will be i the honored guest of the Utah Can ners' association at their tenth annual meeting at the Hotel Utah on the aft ernoon of January 10, according to Secretary H. D. Olsen of the slate or ganization. General PerBhing will give an informal address to the mem bers of the state organization of win ners at the Utah hotel between the hours of 5 and G o'clock. Arrangements for General Pershing's appearance at the convention were completed yesterday when Secretary Olsen in company with Fred J. Fa bian, president of the Twin Peaks Canning compaii, obtained the con sent of Mayor E. A. Bock of Salt Lake, Hamilton Gardner of the American Le gion and other members of the recep tion committee. On the evening of January 1G for mer service men and members of the American Legion win hear General 1 Pershing at the tabernacle at Salt I Lake. The leader of the American forces will address all former service men. This meeting, according to Sec retary Olsen, will be for service men from all parts of the state and not for Salt Lake posts alone. nn ; United Mine Workers Ratify Close of Strike COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 7. The United Mine Workers of America in conven tion here today ratified the 'action of the international officers in accepting President Wilson's proposal to end the coal strike on a 1-1 per cent increase (basis and a commission to draw up a 1 new wage agreement, j The vote was taken just before noon 'after Acting President Lewis had made la plea for ratification. The vote was i taken ort the motion by President Mur ray of the Pennsylvania miners' or ganization that the report of the inter national officers be accepted. Accord ing to Acting President Lewis, the ratification carries with it acceptance of any award to be made by the pres ident's commission. Tho vote was i 1,639 for ratification to 221 against. RAILROAD MEN MEET. LONDON, Jan.' 7 Delegates of j railroad men's unions assembled at un ion headquarters here today to dis Icuss the government's proposition in j settlement of the wage demands of j employes of the lower grads. Sixty delegates, representing 1100 local un i ions with 500,000 members, attended j the meetings. CASTORIA For Infants and Children M Use For Over 30 Years j Signature of tO'iOK Come to the LEAP YEAR BALL Thursday Night, Jan. 8 IW EIGHTH WARD HALL , 50c per couple, 25c extra lad)' LILLIAN THATCHER ORCHESTRA . including Mr. Farnlund on the Xylophone i Huntsman Lester, great grandson, ,50c, Rayola Lester, great grandson, .50c; James Deibert Lester, great grandson, ; .50c; Lo Hoy Lester, great grandson,; ,50c; Marion Lester, great grandson, ' .50c; Rose Smith, granddaughter, $5; Franklin E. Smith, great grandson, $1; j Boyd Lamont Smith, great grandson, $1; Kenneth LeRoy Smith, great1 grandson, 1; Rose-Mary Smith, great granddaughter, ; Deibert Lott Smith, great grandson, $1. Descendants of Lc-tt Smith Mrs. Alice Smith, wife, $5; Mrs. ! Vilate Smith, daughter, 15; Lavon Sharar, granddaughter, 55; Don Smith, granddaughter, $5; Earl Don Sharar, great grandson, $5; David Mason Sharar, great grandson, $5; Marion Clinton Smith, grandson, $5; Mrs. Mary Carr, daughter, $10, Mrs. Dora Wilson, daughter, ?10; Mrs. Martha Schott, daughter, $5; Mrs. Eva Green well, granddaughter, ?n; Mrs. Julia Smith, wife, ?5; Mrs. M. L. Krumpcr man, daughter, $10. Descendants of Richard Slater Mrs. Ethel Thomas, granddaughter, Descendants of Jos. Taylor and Daniel B. Rawson Mary Melvina 'xaylor Rawson, wife and daughter, $1; Alta M. Rawson, granddaughter, $1; Rachael Lois Raw son, granddaughter, .50c; Alberta Raw son, granddaughter, .50c. Total $223.00 The officers of the local 'organiza tion arc: Regent, Mrs. Mary R. Williams; First Vice Regent, Mrs. Rose Smith: Second Vice Regent, Mrs. Vilate Smith Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs, Lavon ; Sharar; Chaplain, Mrs. Mary Carr. COSTS TOiY THOMAS BI1T0CAW ; TO OGDEN' Tony Thomas, of Rock Springs, Wyo. arrested yesterday with 20 pints of liquor in his possession, pleaded guilty before Judge D. R. Roberts this morn ing in the city court and was sen tenced to pay a fine of $250. In passing sentence Judge Roberts said: "You arc sentenced to pay a fine of $250. For each day that you spend in jail until the fine is paid,.$l will be deducted from the principal sum. If the money is not paid the de fendant will be sentenced to spend not more than ISO days in the city jail." Thomas was arrested yesterday noon at Twenty-fifth street and Washington avenue. L. Rogerson of Ogden, was fined $5 for driving a truck over a fire hose. The case of the state against George Guskos, on a charge of attempted as sault on Lelah Jesraer on the night of December 20, was continued until Thursday morning at 10 a. m. Mrs. Jesmer is at Green River, Wyo., but will be at the trial tomorrow. oo Revenue Office Here Improves Its Service With the approaching time when fed eral income taxpayers of Ogden and vicinity will be required to file returns for 1919 the local division offico of tho internal revenue servce has been j placed in better position to serve the j public by the installation of telephone service. Information pertaining to rev enue matters may be obtained by call ing No. 1157. It is probable, according to R. H. Ar gubriglrt, division deputy collector, that the Ogden office in Room 201 of the federal building will be given a permanent clerk before the time for filling 1919 income tax returns. The-i blanks for payment of 1919 income tax have not yet arrived from Wash jlngotn, D. C, accodring to the an- nouncement of the local officer. oo ' Swimming Dates for 192 Championships . Announced by A. A. U. NEW YORK. Jan. 7. Definite dates for several national championships for 1920 have been officially an nounced by tho Amateur Athletic un lion as follows: Boxing Boston, April 5 and 6. Basketball Atlanta, Ga., week he ginning March 1. Wrestling Birmingham, Ala., April 12 and 13. Tug of war Now York, March 13. Swimming Junior events: 220 yards, Cleveland Y.M . C. A., April 17; 500 yards, Minneapolis A. C, March 10; fancy diving, Chicago A. C, March 31; women's senior 100 yards relay; Illinois A. C, Chicago, April i ; wom en's junior 100 yards, Cleveland A. C, February 20, and women's junior 100 yards back stroke, Grecnsburg, Pa., February IS, men's indoor senior 50 yards, Chicago A. A March 31; 100 yards, Brookline, Mass., March 11; 500 yards, Great Lakes naval training sta tion. March 24; and 200 yards back stroke, Illinois A. G., Chicago, April 1. Many Injured in Train . Wreck on St. Paul Road MOBRIDGE, S. D., Jan. 7. A score of persons, traveling in day coaches, were injured about fifty miles west or here last night, when the westbound Columbian passenger train on the Chi cago, Milwaukee t St Paul railroad j broke through a small bridge near Wa tauga. Twcnty-flvp. .victims were I brought here today. Ten are quite ser iously injured, but all probably will recover. NOTICE To the sick people: , 1 My sympathy is extended I to all of you Q F RE E I 1 I give you six adjust-j, I ments, absolutely free, with H the purchase of 1 2 adjust-1 ments. That means you pay for 1 2 and get 1 8. This bar gain for fifteen days only. 1 do this to help you on the road to health and hap f pincss. j i IMj' patients get well be- j cause Chironractic Adiust-l ments remove the cause. j DR. J. B. KEATON i Rooms 303-4 First National Bank Building j Russian Baritone Is CHICAGO. Jan. 7. Georges Bakla-' noff, a-Russian baritone of the Chicago) grand opera company, who sang inc. title role In the world premiere of "Rip Van Winkle." composed by Reginald de Koven, was arrested and held in( $1000 bond to face deportation pro- ceedings. A federal department of la-, bor warrant alleges Baklanoff is an un- j desirable alien. Vera Amazer, also a singer. com- plained against the baritone, charging : that he had persuaded her to accom-) pany him on tours of this country on j the pretense that he was unmarried. She then discovered, she told govern ment officials, that he had a wife- and children in Russia. oo 1 NEGLECTED COLDS :' ARE DANGEROUS! ' . I Dr. King's New Discovery soon breaks a cold and checks a cough CHILLS lever sneezes anu ihen a hard cold develops. Take a little Dr. King's New Discovery when the sniffles start. It will soon clicck the cold, the cough-1 provoking throat-tickle. Used every where by people who know why it has been on the market for half a cen-1 tury. Relieves cold, cough, grippe, i croup. No disagreeable after-effects. All druggists 60c and $1.20 a bottle. Bowels Behind Schedule Liver acting lazy? Bring them to time with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Gentle but sure-acting system cleans ers that are lonicky in action and pleasing in results. Still 25c. a bottlo at all drug stores. Advertisement. oo Radicals are Barred From Eskimo Village CORDOVA. Alaska. Dec. 1 (By I Mail) Radicals are barred, and the law order element rules with a firm hand in the Eskimo village of Noalak.j North of Kotzebuc Sound and within the Arctic Circle, according to the an nual report of James II. Maguire, teacher of the village school, recently forwarded lo the bureau of education. Early in November the village native Ing, Mr. Maguire said. Seven men were chosen to conduct and adjust native affairs, differences and disputes, and "again affirm that a village without a governing council is not progressive." The council met at stated periods, list ening to suggestions of their consti tuents, and putting into elfect mea sures for village improvement. Dogs were chained to prevent them ifrom chewing sled lashings, jnferior dogs were destroyed and measures taken to insure the protection of prop erty. Old people were urged to make wills, to avoid disagreements among their relatives after death, and young men were sent into the timber land to secure fuel for old women and for families whose adult .members were Sure Relief TlteSF Hot water ZZW-LdM Sure Relief BE LLAS FOR INDIGESTION f Iorpheum TODAY. I Matinee 2:15 p. m. : Night 8:15 p. m. WMITOCK- ELLIOTT CO, trun 1 W THE SMARTEST aho BRIGHTEST R OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES j Not a moving picture. i I A New York Princess Theatre 9 Oust and Chorus of Pretty Girls. Snappy Songs and Dainty Dances. PRICKS Night oOc to S2..00 H Matinee 50c to $1.50 j on the trapping grounds. Examina tions of flues and chimneys were made to avoid the possibility of fire. And now attempts are being made to culti vate the soil. From their wandering propensities, the Noataks have acquired the name of "Arabs of the North," Mr. Maguire said. The adults spend little time at the village, making long trips to the sealing or trapping grounds. BANDIT ROBS A HOME SIOUX CITY, Iowa, Jan G. A lone bandit who gained entrance to the Dr. C. A. Moore home today through a re quest lo use the telephone, robbed Mrs. Moore or $2,500 worth of jewelry and after locking her in a room,, made his escape. oo I "Winter let's you avoid the impolite-! ness of putting your hands over your ears when you don'i want to listen to homeone just pull your earlaps down. v Democrats t Stand Behind die President WASHINGTON. Jan. 7. A resolu- itnr, nnrlnrrilllT Pmoillflnt W'Mcnn'ft stand on the peace treaty and com mending his efforts to establish a league of peace is to be laid before the Democratic national committee at its meeting tomorrow with the backiftg of the committee officials. "If I have anything to do with it," said Chairman Cummings today, after consultation with various party leaders orpheumI I FOUR DAYS STARTING SUNDAY ll Mary Pickford "Heart o the Hffls, The latest picture from her own. llll studios. Fl Adnpted from tho famous norcl by Hl John Fox, Jr. ' rl "Cross That Tjlnc If You Darc.M 11 Challenges the little Mountaineer, -H when the Iiind G'rnbbcrs nttcmpt ijH to steal her heritage. Ullllll 11,1 III III mini i ihiiihiiiiiii i.i .in in nuiLmuim .. '""'' ' ntr j ' Stop Winter Sickness I If you are subject lo rheumatism, lonsilitis, bad colds, and uo forth, this is tho season of your greatest trouble, JM Do you, know that these diseases, and many others, are caused primarily by insufficient nourishment from your nerv.es and r that Chiropractic Adjustments rimove nerve pressure, thereby permitting a full flow of needed energy to all parts of your m body? Chiropractic doesn't temporize with the results of dis eases it goes straight lo the root of the trouble and makes you well by REMOVING the cause. 11 You should profit by Jlho experience of others. 'Hundreds in r this locality have icgalned health through' Chiropractic. You , ,. jH can, too. .,, Come in today. Consultation is gladly given-free.' , '1 ' 1 O weriW Halverson,D.C. j I 3, ?oi-2 ccd.ee - , 70O. T I ! "the resolution will be so clear as 16 M leave no doubt about our position. Wo- arc behind the president." -M The announcement that formal ac; ; tion by the committee would be sought 'jJ was taken as enhancing the prospect that the treaty would become an actlvo 'M campaign issue. The general expecta tion was that the committee would adopt the resolution helping to open JH the way for discussion of the subject ijJ at the Jackson Day banquet Thursday night. oo iM For the benefit of all those who do H not understand "Burning the mid- H night oil" refers to studies not auto- B'H mobiles M ENGAGEMENT 1IICED . I Mr. "Grippe" and Miss "Flu" are busily engaged again, but the minute you feel a cold coming on. begin to have fever or chills, dull aches or con H stipated,' it may be the Fl or Grippe. H Before retiring, bathe your feet in hot salt water, take a good big cup of 'H HOLLISTER'S ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA (warm) and go to bed for tho H night it's a 10 to 1 shot you'll feel great the next morning. H Without fail try this but do il quick hefore the "Flu" or Grippe gets n H .start. Buy a package today, have it in the house and use it at the very first 'H warning then you're safe. Mcjntyrc Drug Co. Advertisement. I I Evoryboly como! " Sco thousands of thorough- bred cattle, shoep nnd hogs tho largest aggro- , H 1 gatlon over assembled In tho "West. Bus aerv- H Ico at all hours to tho Show Yards. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY I I