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s THE OGDEN IMMM MISTREATED i- -r BY 3 OKI Don't wait until January 1 to make your thrift resolutions, make them now and get a good head start for New Year's day. Lst Dewill cember be your SKAGGS MONTH and then w know that 1922 of these now by taking advantage be your SKAGGS YEAR. Start wonderful bargains. Police Look on While Worst Disturbances Since! Fall of Monarchy Take Place f. Before atuclay N ! VIENNA. Ded, 2. (Bv the Assocl- g In the widespread whidh occurred here Thursday wmany Americans staying at the hotels tJwerfe attacked, and some were subto rough treatment. Mrs. Hand, jected of a colonel of the United States rif army, and her daughter .were robbed ;oi furs and clothing, but on the same lloor Colonel and Mrs. Miller. IT. S. A., w displayed the American flag and spoke English and the rioters withdrew from Jtheir room. ' JEWELS TORN OFF. , The New Bristol and the old Bristol hotels were partially wrecked and Jvrere looted to the second floor. Inquiries at the hotels disclosed (hat many euests were robbed of clothing and Jewels in some instances Mthe jewels being torn from the ears. 25 Seemingly the most rowdy elements swept city: they through the inner - were joined by the worst criminalclasses, commiting all kinds of exfieesses. ' At 7 o'clock last night"!" the streets i were quiet. iPOLICE STAND IDLE. The Associated Press correspondent masked a policeman, who idly watched JEIthe wrecking of the Hotel Imperial, 2 it there were not sufficient police to . handle the situation. He replied: It 'We are tired of shooting and being people are hungry and $snot. - These so are many of us." f . Thursday's . disturbances were the most serious since the downfall of the monarchy. In the inner city practevery unshuttered window was ically Wmashed; All the famous restaurants and hotels frequented by foreign viwere entered, looted and partly sitors wrecked, and the luxury shops robbed, ,.;ated Press.) riot-jgin- "! I PORK 35c Pork Loin Roast, v FUNERAL HELD FOR MRS. HANNAH F0WERS i - null, pound YEARLING LAMB 25o Yearling Lamb Legs, pound 25o Vearling Lamb Chops, loin and rib. pound . . 20o Yearling Lamb Shoulder Roast, pound 20c Yearling Lamb Shoulder Chops, pound ......... 18c 18c 18c 15c 15c ij j SPECIFY RED DEVIL COAL AND YOU'RE SAFE hi . 2 9 r-o- f i mm' : . PACillilG STRIKE ; Fill-ino- s, 1REPR0 BA6LE ; - dcm-Hnt- mt . ' I had a son receiving training In the II. O. T. C. and he Is very proud of colthe training he Is receiving. Theshow-lng onel Informed the men that the made was very creditable and Uiat he sincerely hoped to return In the final Inspection spring and make the of the school year at which time he expected to notice much progre, and improvement in the ranks. The band also came In for a share of Colonel Holbrook's approbation. He made the statement that the tartd was the best orgsnlsalion of the kind ex-he has seen In the went, with but one University ception and that being the of California, a college of 12.000 students. oo o If 0 FfjO 'S price fflitiDinv suDerintendents reported themselves as not looking for a strike of long duration. C. M. Htewart. superintendent of the Cudahyno company, tie-u- p of said he was anticipating declared that and the Cudahy plant, been testing thb the company had sentiment of the men and 'o far had fminrt thev were asalnst the striae. Officials of the union were making strike order plans today to carry the out. appointment of a strike executive board being among the matters considered. A mass meeting at which the men are to be instructed to conduct themselves in an orderly way is to be held between now and Monday, President Davis said. priced. Up from . and 5,000. Our big line to select from is certain to please you. They are S20 A 41 KANSAS MAY ritOinBIT. TOPEKA, Kan., Dec 2. Application for the Kansas court of Indus trial relations to take action to preCutters and vent members of the Butcher Workmen of North America in this state from joining In the pack ing- employes' strike ordered for nextv xoaay oy vnwr-nMonday, will De iuea Hsneral R. J. HoDkins. It was an- nounced by uovernor u. morning. eo -- We are the exclusive agents for the famous Dr. Heed Cushion Shoes and the W. L. DougUi Mt Shoes.. - mm?, WORK PANTS 9 Good, substantial and strongly made. Special at . . . . . TANKER SAVED BY $1.95 PERSISTENT EFFORT UNION SUITS A splendid buy for those who want comfort and warmth. Only vew YORK. Dee. Virtually bot for half a mile over one of the reefs during a storm on October 26. tho tank steamship F. D. Ascne ar rived today in tow of wreckers. The Aache was floated home oy building within her damaged hull sey. era! tanks filled with compressed air. Stranded on the reef. Captain MoKenxle and his crew of 20 worked at the pumps until It was found to be useless. They continued to operate a donkey engine for two days, keeping up steam to supply power for the wireless apparatus and send out radio colls. When tugs arrived, the captlan and crew were supplied with food and then the wreck was floated. Wis 2. tomless. a the result of being dashed ua-ham- a If- $2.05. - r BIG LINE OP SILK SHIRTS ; All kinds of tub, jersey and crepe ready 'for the holiday trade. These include one special at only $4.50. ; in h h -- I Observe how clean the big angular lumps are, how free from "bone" and other foreign substances. We'll gladly abide by your Judgment. Cheap coals are expensive at any price: Keep in mind that Red Devil Coal is not a cheap coal; it is. however, quality considered, the least expensive coal on the Ogden market. Remember there's a mighty big difference between coal and coal. Funeral services for Mrs. Hannah were held Sunday at 2 o'clock Powers J (Continued trwa Page One) at the Hooper meeting house. Bishop 1 TU James R. Beus officiated. The choir . 'the problem of rehabilitating the sang' "Guide Me to Thee," "Consola credit of the Philippine islands should Hon," "Dear To the Heart, crt the and 'Resting Now From Shepherd," "bo an easy -- one. Care and Sorrow." Joseph Moore FOUR OGDEN STORtS AiaaAAJUA sang "Gates of Paradise" and Mrs.V The report cites the story of the Kate Cole sang "I've Heard of a BeauTrad at the location most convenient The speakers were Frank STORE NO. fl NO. 4 Philippine bank "as 'one of fie mostltiful City." STORE and John Belnap, Hooper Bishop in and PhiTwenty-sixtGrant and Washington darkest and unfortunate Twenty-fourtpages James R. Beus. Interment was in the Losses sustained by history." STORE NO. 10 lippine STORE NO. 8 , thebank are estimated at $22,&OO,00O Hooper ,cemetery. oo Rule Near First National Bank Golden Near SJmd are said to have been caused by ORANGE FRONTS THE FOR LOOK mismanagement on the part of borne 'RARE BARGAINS IN those who have been at its head 3T Sind in charge of branch offices. Crim BY SAM SALE UNCLE have been preferred inal charges -against the managers of each of the branches in which examinations tour Dec. .2. The PHILADELPHIA. HOLBEOOK REVIEWS bave been completed,, the report cites, emergency fleet corporation plans to A. 0. BATTALION adding that they were in each I- sell everything It owns, "as fast as it nstance in charge of untrained can can J. at it what and get, pirce ' W. Powell, president of the corporaSf LOO AN, Dec J. Colonel Holbrook ILLITERATE INSPECTORS. tion, declared in an address. of the general staff and aasistant chief dock5; , The mission reports that "inspec-housing "Ships, developments, of staff of the Ninth Corps area has tors of election" required under the yards, and even stocks, bonds and "iaws to prepare ballots were illiterate mortgages wllLbe put on the nJarket," Just completed, the first official Inspecvoters supplied from a fruitful source he said. "Somebody is going to get tion; this year, of the Cadet Battalion .cC fraud. The election machinery Is some rare at the Utah Agricultural college. The easitbe will but bargains, Ninth ier and cheaper in the long run for commanding general ofto toe jiractically in the hands of the be area had of and to the planned Corps present he Uncle Sam of inspectors Unions parties dispose everything Plants and at the inspection, but he was unexSelections are too often their tools, llie owns in the corporation than to hold Omaha to Contest pectedly called north at the last mofor says. out a for Reportis profit. Prepare ment on another detail. more it :It surprising," adds, "that the "It is costing the government The colonel Inspected the men in elections have been conducted as well to hold on Monday to many of Its properties Begin the ranks, paying close attention to His they hawe been in vjew of the fact than it could possibly lose by selling. the condition of the rifles and to the the larger cities and prin- They were built for a war emergency, ;hat outsltfe 2. Six packinc personal appearance of the men. At Dec. Keb.. OMAHA. soctowns of the has and that emergency organization passed." cipal oo and the people iety Is veryareprimatlve plants In Nebraska, five In Omaha and the conclusion of the Inspection he unaware of their civil Raccoon washes everything it eats that of Wilson & Company, at Ne- commented verr favorably uDon the 'generally appearance of the battalion before putting it into its mouth. Rights." braska City, will be affected by th general and the splendid work that Is being strike scheduled to take effect next accomplished under the Command of Major A. C. Sullivan. A battsJion paMonday in the packing industry in rade and review followed the Inspecaccorams-tprotest against wage cuts, tion the review being reviewed by ColdisJacob II. Davis, B.president of the onel Holbrook and by the battalion of the Amalgam- sponsors. council. No. trict ' the review ated Meat Cutters and Butcher WorkImnledlatsly following men of North America. colonel made a short talk to the the EMriXJYEIlS COXFIDKNT. men. He Informed them that the new The Omaha plants are thoss of army of the United States was comand Morris posed of three units, the regular army, Cudahy. Swift. Armourreferred to lo- the national guard and the organized sometimes companies, of reserve. that and cally as the "Big Four," Mr. are look fabrics All. company. Cashmeres Dold and "Members of the R. O. T. C must the Packing They: right. right they not could he while said are me rubs rs of thethat navis realize that included--the Block Union Made high class clothWorsteds' at this time how roanyi United Statesthey and hence Importstate army positively men wouia oe iiiecnu, nc muii ant," said Colonel Holbrook. ing' at prices that are very moderate combinations of style, He further stated that he himself the number would be between 4.J00 and the you will like. quality . RED DEVIL COAL VEAL 25c Loin Veal Roast pound 20c 25c Rump Veal Roast, pound 20c 30c Loin Veal Chops, pound 22c 25c Shoulder Veal Roast, ' 25c pound 35c Loin. Pork Chops, pound 25c 25c Shoulder Pork Steak, 18c pound 25c Pork Spare Ribs, pound 15c BEEF 25c Standing Rib Roast Beef, 15c pound . . . 25c Rump Roast Beef, pound 15c 20c Hsel Boiling Beef, pound 15c 25c Round Steak, pound . . 18c 25c Sirloin Steak, pound . . 18c According to this authority many persons were injured. Mounted police scattered the crowds, driving a solid body of workmen back to their home districts. READY YET TO RULE SELVES (f A Visit the yards of these bargain coals. Examine the coal in the piles and see what you arc actually paying your money for. Then come over and take a look at a pile of Some Saving Meat Prices ters.' FILIPINOS NOT oee for Yourself! so-call- ed , -- i .... ery well dressed person and plundered. Vienna is a woeful sight. All cafes are closed and streets Are dark. Occupants, of the hotels, heading that the workmen threatened to renew the attack, fled early in the afternoon and remained huddled in doorways in theresidential quarters, begging' for shelCliOWDS DRIVEN AWAY. If the rioting is resumed, a high police official said he feared that in tho absence of military forces the police would be 'inadequate to prevent pillage and murder and the storming of dwellings of prominent bankers and business men and the Jewish quar- , i : 18c 30c Prime Rib Rolled Roast, lb 10c .20c Beef Pot Roast, best cut, lb 20c Choice Young Pork Shoulder 12c Whole Shoulder, lb 15c Half Shoulder, lb .59c 10 lbs. Utah Beet Sugar (limit 20 lbs.) for. 45c large Mason Jars Sweet Mixed Pickles, 2 for. 45c 35c 30c cans White Tuna Fish, 2 for . trol. The deputation received an. evasive answer in its opinion, and gangs began the work of destruction. They divided one attacking into several columns, the cafes, hotels-- and stores, another rtorming the empty stock exchange while others proceeded to the shopping district, where they attacked ev- . ' oon interwhile police watched without ' fering. LOOTED SYSTEMATICALLY. The disturbances are described as due to the growing scarcity and cost of the necessities.' They had their the inception in a general strike in The industrial suburb of Floridsdorff. workmen marched to parliament and were joined by thousands. A deputation demanded abolition of the stock seexchange, confiscation of foreign confood effective a more curities and --- FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2. 1921, STANDARD-EXAMINE- R - oo SIGNAL SHIRTS Branch Store, 168 twenty-fift- h rr-prri- .- - oo Street '4 WASHINGTON. Dee. 3. Raisa of of rsllroad equipment trust certificates held by the government was announced today by Director General of Railroads Dawes, trlng-Irj- r the total of thes securities dis posed of by the government to 1112,- - III. 141. 200 fIO.100. "Without the treacherous help of cathartics" A simple food which gradually replaces laxatives In addition, because of its freshness (you get fresh daily) Fldxhmann's Yeast helps the intestines in their elimination of waste matter. Fleitch-mann- 's Yeast was tested for this purpose in leading medical Institutions. Chronic cases of con- I stipation, some even of years duration, responded. Fleischmann's Yeast is by its very nature better suited to the stomach and intestines than the ordinary laxatives, .end being a food it cannot form a habit. Est 2 to 3 csVes of Flriechmann's Yesrt a dsy. Hsve It co the table at home and on your desk st the c&c. Eat it rUin, spread on bread, or dissolved in milk or fruit julrea, Vest w3 IJti it frmth, cLtinttiv flavor seW lAe ce month. It Is assimisr&olsepfne (Wf it Itmvt in lated just like any other food.jrar Only one precaution: if who can control chronic constipation without the treacherous help of cathar tic makes a boostcr of hu patient. This quotation from a doctor's essay on constipation carriei a message of great lignificance to thousands of men and women. It Is now recogniied that cathartics never remove the causes of constipation. Indeed, one physician states that the indiscriminate use of cathartics is probably one of the most frequent 1 , causes of constipation. For many years there has been pressing need for tome timpJe food that would hdp restore normal conditions. And now scientists have discovered it in the familiar little cake of Fleisch-martn- 's Yeast. First came the startling discovery that mann's Yeast in itself is a wonderful food, rich vi tarn Inc. Then in the mysterious 'water-solubl- e it was found that Fleischmann's Yeast builds up the body tissues, keeps the body resistant to disease troubled with gas, dissolve yeast first in boiling water. This does not affect the cfficcy of the yeast. Place a standing order with your grocer for Fldschmann's Ycart and get it frcab dally.- Send i cents In stamps for lb Interesting booklet, "The New Importance of Yeast in Diet." Address The nelschrana Company, 3H Ball SL, Seattle, Wash. A FOOD FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST NOT A MEDICINE Avoid the us fif jtast preparation. Many of these contain only a email amount of yeast as little as of a yeast cakexnixed with drugs or il medicines. The familiar package with the yellow label is the only form in which you can pet Fleisch-manYeast for Health. Be sure it's Fleischmana fresh Yeast. Do not bo misled by so-coll- ed NEW YORK. Dec. 2. Golf green fees are no longer subject to a fed erai tax of ten per cent, according to announcement today by W. D. Van derpool, secretary of the United States Golf association. He said he had been Informed officially that the treasury ruling of three years had department been reversed. Clubs which collected the tax will receive refunds, he said. ty DES MOINE3. Ia.. Dee. 2. (By Th Associated Tress.) Reductions CHICAGO TRACKMEN from the "ruinously high" freight INVITED TO JAPAN rates and some means of liquidating old debts of farmers are necessary If worse depression In agriculture Is not CHICAOO. Dec. 2. An InlUtlonto come. Governor N. I. Kendall, of a from made in statement declared Japan to Alonao A. F:agg. dlIowa, rector his of athletics at the University for after departure public today . GOLF GREEN FEES NO LONGER TAXABLE STETSON HATS TWO REMEDIES FOR RELIEF OF FARMERS J Charliton. ft. C, to attend the con ot Chicago to take a track team to fertnee of governors. Japan next jesr to meet a team be-ofBankers in Iowa were dclnj a pa-- 1 the best Japanese performers is triotlo duty, the governor said. andlrg conildered by him. he said today. the credit agencies were straining to The Invitation has aroused enthusiasm aid the farmers and the war finance tmor.r track men, oo corporation would do much, but not enough. Uovernor Kendall said. "A great majority of tenant farm- - SHEFFIELD SCHOOL ers are entirely insolvent," he saia, DIRECTOR TO RETIRE "and a rait number of farm owners are threatened with bsnkruptcy. . It Is obvious that there can be no In this section of the country NHW HAVK.V, Conn.. Dec :. Rusuntil food commodities can b dis- es I It. Chitendsn for nearly SS years director of Sheffield Scientljlc school.-Vtlposed of at a fair profit. "A radical reduction In transportaunhersity. will rctir next June, tion charges Is necetsary and without it was announced. Prof. Chltendrn concedes that Is (I years old. delay. Everybody are rates freight ruinously hlfh. No embarrassment whatever would !e casioned railway operation It freicht RAIL EQUIPMENT and passenger rates should be rebated CERTIFICATES SOLD S5 per cent .. one-ten- th tin-fo- n'a yeast-substitute- s. '