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V ' , THE OGDEN FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16, 1921. ST ATE;.J:lffftH0".-.WEl7- STANDARD-EXAMINE- R iff It ' "'o . . 'Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem. Stat 1a Bert. E.: Lake, Alleged. Pancake .Flour. Swindler, I Caught on Coast ?' ';. PF.FRITE JBQLD BAZAAR - Women of the Plain City Relief, society and ,T" I M. 'I. A'. 1 announce Is to be held'-a'.the that fPIaln City amusement hall Saturday. For a number ot weeks past- the members of the society have been preparing1 various articles that are to " SAItT LAKE, Dec. LOS ANGELES, "Dec, 15 .Bert, E. be Lake, declared by the police to.. Edknown" also as Frank wards, "was arrested 'here Wednesday as a fugitive from justice.. Police "and private . detectives said that he was wanted hi Springfield, New 3JO., Detroit, Denver, York and other atern 'cities on charges of alleged swindling. Th police say that. he. is "accused of representing 'himself as agent for a milling! company, condemning stock in grdcety establishments, giving in payment large checks Tor .which he a balance of change in cash. accepted"Hansen was arrested in comBernlce pany with Lake. Salt-Lake- President 16, '..'.' be placed on display consisting of Cat. ' home-mad- e made by Harry Christmas offer the gifts "Although dainty Shortly after Edwards had left Dencom- - Culver company was a wonderful-on.among which are hand-mad- e ver, Ogden police officials were In-o n and one which we disliked, to refuse. formed forts, colonial rugs and' to of his methods and sked be sold; yet on account of. present financial; be on the rag carpets. These are for him and his at prices within the reach of all. u was not mougni,aa-- i companion.. lookout circumstances, .. . , A dinner is to be served "at 11:30 ivlsable to" "bind our people to a to advices received the According "a. m . with liinh(s throufirhfiut th af which called for the erection of from Depver, Edwards represented ternoon and evening.. Under the aushimself as a: salesman for President Grant said. APresi-wlll',tele St. Louis and;traveling, pices of the religious" classes and St, Mo., pan"Joseph, an entertainment 'gram to this effect was sent by mary association was His firms. cake flour procedure given at 2:30 p.ny, consisting) dent Grant to Harry Culver Jast night. to visit small grocery stores handling of songsreadIngs,and dances.; The proposition made by the Culver; th'e flour, take a package of conclude with a ball company and which was ' obtained: the pancake" The bazaar-wil- l cut top off, samrie goods, 'in the evening and a supper. An the efforts of Ci A. Short, for-- ; the. contents and the tell grocer "that chestra has been hired to fujrnish thejmerly of Salt Lake, included six acres the goods he had on the hand were not to, the standard and then ask the to aid in buying .the. organ for ..the View boulevard lit Ocean Park heights. up to figure up the amount of merchant wara meeting nouse. The only condition connected with the? Btock be had on hand . v oogift was that the ' Jlormon . church) He then tendered the grocer a check should Culver or draft made, out for an amount with th company in pushing a ' 'colonization; larger "than BRIGHAM WOMAN; the cost of the goods, rein cash, and the ceiving Fig the proposed temple,. site should told him to difference CALLED BY DEATH a1 fresh stock, reorder v be settled by Mormons. , the order for the fresh usually taking tSfferefl bv the stock. y Althoueh the acreage His also included . procedure Mrs. 16. Dec. BRIGHAr CITT, Culver eomnanv is most advantaee-' filing telegrams to manufacturing Inez Dick Christensen, wife of Ell F.jously situated it is only orfe of sev-- f firms ranging from $100 to $175, home Christensen, died at the family which have been of- -' using the name of therepre in the Blxtt ward early yesterday ifered to the Mormon church, recently' sentative and sometimes firm's that asking the morning. for erection of a temple.'' Accord the money be 'sent to a city nearbyJ was the daughter ing to reports current among church where he had been operating, of James Dick and Vre Forrest. She officials in Santa Monica and Oceanj r-! oo1: was born at Salt Lake, August 1, 1881. Park," there will be no difficulty in' She came to Brlgham City with her nrocurine- theritrhts kind- of a temole GROCER FIGHTS DUEL when fiye years age. She site free when the i time for parents sons and six its ejection arises. appointed. was the mother of four jjf WITH NEGRO BOBBER a Otv ein cnTifi eiaest ine uaugmers.t girl 17 years of age, the youngest' a . I'OCATELLO, Ida., Dec. 1 . A pisbaby three weeks old.- The husband, TWIN FALLS HAS an tol duel between J. F." Thompson, groall the children, aged mother, two masked negro." took place '.sisters and one brother survive her. cer., and-DENTAL FEEE CLINIC Funera services will be held in the Wednesday night when the negro attempted to. rob tlie Thompson st&re. First, ward Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock,chapel under the direction of TWIN FALLS. Ida.; Dec. U. TJiel Mr.. Thompson dropped behind the Bishop E.1 M. Tyson of the Sixth, ward. Twin Falls Dental association will counter: and' exchahged. several shots open the first free dental clinic for with the Intruder and is certain that RfVinnl rViilrlrpn In. TrTano trunnprnw one of his bullets took effect. 1 Another negro ;on the outside as a Afte association was formed last night, JC Vi i f 'If lUxiUiULi UK ' Memb'era 'are 'to offer their services lookout gavenhe alarm of approachVYXjO XXiXvXt. DUJjJJXJliXVD without charge to children enrolled ing 1"fic.ers and both escaped. ' j oo in the- public schools up to and ln- ",sixth the v . Dec. 16.eluding, grade; Thomas - Thncboard ofschool district trustees BRIGHAMITE TO TAKE WASHINGTON. C. Neibaur of Logan, a private of, the recently appropriated l0Q. for a den-- j WEST POINT EXAMS 167th infantry during the world war. tal chair for' the clinic, while other is to receiye the Italian war cross from equipment, as well as materials and the Italian government. The cross is professional services, will be given! BRIGHAM. Dec. .16. Byron O. to be bestowed upon all Americans without cost by the participating den-- 1 f Jeppson of Brigham has been selected who won the congressional medal of tistsr. as the candidate from troop A of the honor. First Sergeant Charles W., Officers pf.the clinifa assoqiation arej Utah national guard cavalry-foadWest, 363rd infantry, of Idaho Falls. Dr. F. E. Snook, president; Dr. R. G. mission to the 'United States military e Idaho, is also to receive the Italian Ioset, secretary, and Dr. J. F. John-- i academy at West point. He medal. the entrance examinations next spring. ston, treasurer. : . ' " e hand-wove- , - " . ct on-tra- ; -- . pri-iOQ- be , " j . or-'thro- I " co-orera- . i -- : s eral-location- - ! n Mrs,-Christense- " - - - - a, , l nmrimnntr n i i t nTnn - - i . , I - i . -- : r I ; will-tak- -- den O'peiis : -. ! i i i "V J" t, i..vi "w 7 3; 0 , Lit. K Ly, J , Ca SiHx k l - i.ort . j " ; f ir ivi r ;;C3AVl' .. - - . 1 : t i ; - MISSIONAllY JtlTTUItXS. the Chicken Dinner 5 f W - '" 'k pi "The Family Candies of the Nation rana; o.'oenin 10c at all Grocers. : ,1 ;- . ; v , ' Different from all other candies Come and; see bur real " . ' " - 1' . V Boston Srracuse Harrisburg '.'leveland YIlmlnsrtan - V Kalt Lake City Tork,Clty Ricnmond" Albany x Kansas'Cit , St. Louis Minneapolis Candies make the Chrisf-ma- a festival complete.. Our Christmas candies ; will help you celebrate 4 the holidays. Hard can-- " dies for the tree and 'for the children. - Finest " of chocolates bem bona. .Our Fancy and " Boxes and Imported Baa-- " . kets are unexcelled in ' "beauty. Won- ; quality-anflerful Christmas tsrifts. Farther down the. avenue the candy of the BETr Chicago San fYancisco St. Paul v "V Indianapolis . Grand . v Utica liapids Los Angeles t p. - -- ,." ,letroit, ent (Ninety Stores)1 1 SB -- . Utah has the only Martha Washingtbn factory between ' .Chicago and San Francisco ' . . ...TERKIXD. x ree samples ,422 25th:St. ; - . . 25c $1.45 " t $2.00 p. y.7-7- & G. SALT LAKE, Dec. 16. WANTED The know ; public-t- y, of the hearing being conducted at the state capitol with regard to opcratjnff contracts between the Utah" Copper company and the Bingham & tJar-fleRailroad company. Is expected late today. The cross examination of R. C. Gemmell, general manager jf both- companies, and thf( examination throughout. : oo--: of L. B. McCord, special agent for commerce commission, the interstate BUREAU PROBE were the features of yesterday's "ses- RAIL ASKED BY NEVADAN sions. The hearing is being conducted by II. C. "Wilson, examiher for the fedwith WASHINGTON, Dec. .15. The seneral commission, in conjunction the three members oz ine puuiici ate today adopted a resolution introduced by Senator Pittman, ofNevada, utilities commission of Utah. of the. interstate comnierce features directingyesterday's Outstanding examination were the statement by commission fo investigate the manthe transcon.Mr. Gemmell that the reason for thei agement and control-oat tinental bureau contract effective September 1 of last, (jhicago, to freight venr linrtor which the COD0r COltl- - determine what carriers it represents over! pAnv eperates its, own ore trains over and what influence it exercises the the .publication of rates, rules- - ami the Bingham & Garfield, was forrevefares of the railroads. The commisthe railroad purpose of reducing nues to about' 6 per cent; and the sion is Instructed also to investigate coun- whether the bureau In an- way stifles showing made "by R. G. Lucas. sel for the two companies, that the competition In transportation- oo state would win in taxes if the fedSOX ARRIVES. eral commission loses its case.v' oo , SYRACUSE. Dec. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Criddle announce the "arrival of a son at tijeir home "Wednesday. SET PLEA DATE FOR ld " " that ; - Guaranteed absolutely harmless, this remark- 'able .combination of nature's element s stops acid . stomach, heartburn, gas,- - sour stomach and burning all Indigestive trou bles In two. minutes. - - o stops Stomach trouble in two minutes. JO-T- O ; BRIGHAM, Dec. 16. C. O. Roskel-lemanager for Brlgham, tendered his resignation to the city council last effect at the end of the night toHetake was appointed by the presyeari. ent administration and served for practically four years. It is understood- that the incoming administration will, appoint new' officials Completion . ! , . , Druggists refund the purchase. fails. price if JO-TO , t Insist on JO-T- O NORTHWEST TRADE GROWTH PROMOTED ! - TACOMA, Wash., Dec. IJ A northwestern trade conference. called for the purpose of establishing a wider market for products of the Pacific northwest'eonvened here today. " were on "hand from .Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, ana included Exporters, bankers, manufacturers and representatives of commercial organizations . .farming: associations and railroad and steamship lines. The meeting will : continue through, . . Dele-grat- - - " I POCATELLO BANKER POCATELLO. Ida., Dec. 16. Arof S. I.' Recce,' former raignment of' the Bannock National president bank; who was indicted by the grand for the alleged misjury in October of funds, waa held yesappropriation: Federal Judge J, S. terday before Dietrich. Mr. "Iteece waived reading of the indictments and the court set December 29 as the date for the tak. ing of plea. L,. D. Franklin, cashier of the same bank; who was also indicted on. simapilar charges, also was directed to De-, on that date. pear and plead cember 24 was the date set . for the last presentation of demurrers in the case. Franklin's attornej--s already have filed demurrers. It is. Intimated may not sit on that Judge Dietrich Federal that but case, the Judge of Nevada may be called in ; at Judge Dietrich's request Reece is represented by , Attorney Frank J. Gustln. of Salt Lake and Attorney C..M. Booth of Pocatello. t " i t i on 9 " I -- : . . WASHINGTON; Dec. ll. Fourth-clas- s .have been appointed postmasters as follows;Utah, James M. Wilson, Mohrland, vice M, F. Foreter, resigned. AV. ; ' - - ' n iiriiiiiiiiii r fai!iHimi PHONE 429 , 2542 VASH AVE. F I f I I 1 Fleischmann's Yeast is a food no a medicine. Avoid the use of yeast preparations. Many of these contain only a small amou nt of yeast as littla ax one-ten- th of a yeast caie mixed with drugs or n package label Is the only form in waich yoa car. get Fleisch-mann- 's Yeast for Health. Be sure it's Fleischmann's fresh Yeast. Do not be misled by McGee. Steele, vice Idaho, Sidney G. C. Galloway, resigned; Arleigh V. Pick-forLararaore, "SVinona. vice F. G. "WooDelia Arrants, 'resigned; dland, Vice il. W. Lansing resigned. oo bee. 16. The East SYRACUSE, Layton ward Relief society was reorMrs. Lucius ganized Wednesday. Laudie was chosen president; Whitsides, first counselor; Mrs. Golden Adams, second counselor, and, Mrs. James Wigglll, secretary. so-cal-led . d, ionerif ' IS Builds up system, acts on intestines. Makes you fit and keeps you fit. Eat two to three cak'es daily. , - IOSTMASTT3lS NAMKD. 1 & .p' .' f ror maim . . J v Box El der's delinquent, tax list .which was published ahis week was kthe largest in the, history, of the "county. Tho total. taxes of I3oxElder county amount to $879,632.45 - and of this amount approximately. 30 .per cent is delinquent. Property' owners who have never before hau their names on the list; were .forced to ' perntit their taxes to become delinquent because their holdings had '.either failed to rc--i the taxes or the duce enough to property oner wa.s unable to borrow the money. The 'county ;will hold its 21. , property sales: December. -- oo : ' ' medidnes-Thefarniliartino- yeaat-substitut- Mrs-Fran- k D es tb-morr- ow, . . Near Pgden Theatre Only 80c the pound . Hats , " " ' "' priced from RRTGHAM CITY.' Dec. 16. . NTe-a- r PitUburs, -- SHOPS Boxed" qfciefs Velvet Trimmed : e ; " . - ed and "ColoniarUadies - 1 Washington, , .D. .C. Baltimore Kutfalo I Lancaster , Rocheater Philadelphia old-fashion- Silk " dren's . ; "Colonial" store Home-mad- ' 50 Chil- BOX ELDER'S TAX DELINQUENTS GROW Saturday Deoi 17 . SiH I LLI N ERV Cat-rlngt- - Fresh Every Day v Eigh'ty Varieties ; " ' , -- " CH . . . 01. Made In Utah- - 100 trimmed and tailored hats of silk vel" . vet and duvetyn ' . : $3.00 . wmmm - X $1.00 ROSKELLEY RESIGNS HEARING V AS CITY MANAGER TO BE CLOSED TODAY A Delicious Dish served with . Sateen petticoats with plain or flowered flounce. All sizes . $5.00 CASPER MAN NABBED FOR PAYROLL THEFT B. -- ij x oo TESTS ARK ANNOUNCED. WASHINGTON, Dec. 16. Civil (service examinations will be held January 14 to fill postmasterships at Utah, and Fernwood, Laciede, Middleton and Mullan, Idaho. - , robes to, S12.50 ' Any hat regardless of former price. Every conceivable style and color. Values to $22.50 . yearn. , . colors of. S2.45 ' 1 Steed, arrived home Wednesday from the central states mission, where he has been doing missionary work for the Ij. D. S. church for the past two '.u J" STYLE MILLINERY BOISE, Idaho," Dec. 1G. The re rrrtT" nniliyht Ki Pharlco Dumos to restrain the state board of education from' carrying out the provision of the legislature to remove the Albion State Normal school from Albion to Burley, was denied yesterday by Judge T. Bailey Lee of the Eleventh judicial district court. Whether further proceedings will be required on the merits of the cpee to determine the issuance or denial of a permanent injunction, the attorney general could not say. Attorney General Hoy I Black received a letter from Judge Lee Thursday morning, dated December 13, containing his decision on the return and answer to the order to show caus why thenemporary injunction should not issue. .Tlie conclusion is worded as follows: "Defendant's demurrer being a general demurrer is overruled, and upon the showing' made by the return and the answer thereto the Injunction will bo denied. Counsel will, prtfpare de. cree accordingly." , fit rn I n t ntr Sco-fiel- d. , assortment Large DENY EES TRAINING ORDER FOR SCHOOL SYRACUSE. Dec. 16. Elder Milton Steed, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Walter W. " f HUM :i 54 t X .In. , ... : 1 $3.95 Brown-blanke- t jersey petticoats with, same or taffeta flounce. OROFINO. Idaho, Dec. 16. Miss Ullian Lashley. 17, was found Phot to death Wednesday near her mother's home on Whisky. creejt, 10 miles .from here. The coroner announced after an investigation that he had shot herself accidentally while 'hunting". - ' .nn, T:wnr-3- 7 Jr. , r kvth'y L "yyJ L rULI 3 i u . ( if i5 '; . J ' l i'V. ...... " : r . QUAi ITY PETTICOATS FINE IDAHO GIRL DIES IN HUNTING ACCIDENT MARTHA mSHIMGTOK . 51.95 of-th- e a " ' ' CASPER.J Wyo.,-Dec- . 16. P. C. Chapman, missing Salt Creek hotel steward, wanted on avchargo Of steal Midwest ing a $7,000 "payroll, Kefiningr company on November 9, haa been arrested in Jacksonville. Fla., and has confessed, according to a telegram to the sheriff here. . oo Goficerii 1M r bath robe made of LawCooper's rence blanket, colors rose, blue, tan. Sizes to 4G . . two-edg- e Col-br- - ' , . $1.95 . , - - . Six dozen tricolette blouses embroidered s with silk floss and gilt. Sizes to 46. .navy, black, henna, gray, Copenhagen and brown - j . BATH ROBES t'e j p BLOUSES SWINGS TRUST The Guaranty 'Jtortgagc p best-wind.u- 59ctoS12(r" t. 2&14 ... AMERICAN FLYER . vind-u..train. : Ths ' train, made, ranging in prices from ?1.95 to 4.45 Size 0 consisting of engine, coal car and pas- scnger ' coach with eight'lengths of coal track ' ' r ''': ies, eloth bodies, and bisque" dolls with ' eyes V tha open and close. ' Priced from Co. Guarantylrust Wartinjjtpn Avrnue SLOANS TRAIN OF CARS . Largest assortment of beautiful dolls in 6g-- ' den. Imported and domestic dolls, ;kid bod- liability. THIRD, all the assets of this Institution are either1 first mortgages on real estate or cash. When safety is to be considered is there any safer place to deposit your savings than with us? And besides we pay you 6 per cent interest compounded. " ; DOLLS ;' -- - ; j ,K There are three vital things which make up the safety of money deposited in this institution. FIRST, the Guaranty is under Trust Company the supervision of the,, stats banking department. SECOND, the stockholders, are. subject to double , - Ileber J. Grant and, other officials ;of the I D. 8. church yesterday, decided to re ject-th- e free offer of and to be used qm a , temple site made by the Harry Culver "company of Ocean Park, : FOLD SAFETY - Relief. Society and Young Church Unable 'to Accept Land for Temple on Ac-- . Ladies in Charge of c count of Finances . ',' Entertainment : , At such low prices; that shopping is made pleasurable THREE- es. ' .