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THE OGDEN -- ills' DfMDSOH 'fdiz: SHOP eAbly - ., ,r ng ac-fro- nt ! NOON UNTIL ' . . - r.' JH'T J?E? -- ... . . 40c WASHINGTON. Dec 16. Rates on newsprint paper from Portland, Ore., in group points to Montana cities' wero held reasonable and justified by the Interstate commerce commission 'to- day, Montana newspaper publishers attacked the charges in al complaint that other territories were asserting to enabled get a cheaper paper supply. ' The commission reduced permissionto northwestern railroads to maintain rates on newsprint to Denver, Colo., at a point lower than that fixed for the movement to Montana cities. j -- " - 16.-- . 25c, 40c, 45c 20c and 30c . . . . 25c 25c 25c 20c Jelly Rll 2 25c ' 15c dozen dozen; Cookies, Fruit Bars, 20c dozen; 2 dozen . ; neapolis. Milwaukee, Chicago, CleveMiles City,! land, Aberdeen, S. Mont., Butte, Mont., Spokane and Seattle.'. for . ......... fj.. ...... . . 35c Oatmeal Cookies, 20c dozen, 2 35c dozen ?. Small loaves Bread, 2 for . 15c Large loaves Bread, 3 for . 25c Honey Bars, 15c dozen, 2 25c dozen for ..!'-.Cream Puffs, 1 dozen . . . 40c .Genuine cream; no filler. YOUNG COJJN FED PORK ' 25c ,30c Loin Pork Chops 30c Loin Pork; Roast . . . 25c :5c Pork Leg Roast 27c 15c , 5c Lcose Sausage : I . THE - ... 4 a a .r : ....... Hamburger CHOICE HEIFER : f 1 15c xTtV. 1 4 j 1 1 V2 4 20clSnoutder Steak . 15c .... .... ; X H .65c . I 65c it ii Twenty-fourt- Street. h Phone 2287 , ' m j "o - . DEATH WARRANT ! two-year-ol-d. ld WASHINGTON, Dc. 16. Declarr Pacific treaty, to ing the be the "death warrant of China," Senator Reed; Democrat Missouri, speaking1 in the senate today, expressed the belief that "it was brought here by England and practically Japan and agreed to in advance." Adherence to the treaty, he said, made the United States "a party to the rape of Shanfour-pow- . inroe-year-oi- a? two-year-ol- d. three-year-ol- j d. two-year-ol- ds three-year-old- ." s. I 0 two-year-ol- d. dc-ed3- . tung:." i : FIK SQUAD WESTERN MEN AFTER BIG POWER PROJECT ; I this alty at the state t. penitentiary Mas-ser ot the murder Lep morning for at Sunnyside, escaped the firing obtained a squad when his" attorneys writ of probable, cause in the district court staying, the execution. Cerar was convicted of murder, for killing his roommate with an ax folover . a "gambling lowing a dispute game. - jB egin 60-ye- ar , -- MAJORITY FAVORING TOTAL DISARMAMENT With the Hat on Your and name everything men and boys wear, even to the soles of the: feet,', arid you will fully understand how many articles of wearing apparel it means. :WE HAVE , THEM ALL and they are all suitable Christmas gifts. This is" the time to get something for "him. You may select the present from a fine line' of Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, .GloVes, Ties, Scarfs, Hosiery, Sweaters, Bath Robes, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders,; Belts, Rubbers, and everything else you can think of; - Make Your Selections Without DM Wa t soil - Ta n ne r - Gilo Co. -- oo BUSINESS HARMED BY RATE AGITATION P WASHINGTON. Dec' 16. Constant agitation of the railroad rate subject hAS had & harmful effect on business in general and a "tendency, to retard traffic. T. F. Powell, vice president of the Erie railroad, said today in testifying at the continuation of the Interstate commerce commission Investigation Into transportation rates. He asked the commission to hasten Its . V - . Dec. CALCUTTA, India, work with ..the aid'of ' '; 1 . i .' 15. (By Press.) Notwith-- ; standing recent arrests ofthemany leaders,' struggle between the national volunteers and in this part of government authorities India still continues,. more than 80 arrests having been made today. Coincident with serious incidents here, rebeen received of many arports haveconvictions In - various parts rests and of the provinces. ot Bengal and Asham." Associated. Listen non-eo-operatio- Meii! 616 ' - Carrying a full line of fresh and "K . cured meats. ' BIQ SATURDAY; SPECIALS . . Bound Steak Sirloin Steak , . Y--. Steak . . .. Pot Boasts Y.."-. . Bump Boast T-Bo'- .. . . Bib Boiling,1 3 pounds . Nice Shoulder Pork - Chops . ..,-- . y V. Loin Pork Chops Pork Boast . ; of Lamb Lesr . . ne Y . 15c 25c . Y .15c 2254c 17y2c . '. 20c 25c I ike Ligl 9 ! 17c W - 15C 20c Lamb Stew, 3 pounds Lamb Shoulder Boast ....15c . Veal Steak . . . . . . .15c Veal Cutlet3 . .".10c Veal Stew Meat'. ' . Phone 1491-We Deliver Anywhere in Ogden . ' 15c i.... down, the ' balance on easy the payments. Just think Christmas happiness' on morning and '"every ; week thereafter Let us help you' A : secure this.-- . Street Twenty-fourt- h ; Tour wifefs ' Christmas gift for the small sum of $10.00 HILL BROS.' IVleatlVIarket ad- t This' can easily be' hadywithout tiredness, backache or hard - : The l parts of the country, the American Isn't it true that "every housewife wants a lotof clean plothes? " IN INDIA AGITATION, WASHINGTON. Dec 16. (By the Associated Press.) Analyzing petitions and resolutions received from-alvisory committee to the arms' conference announced today, showed a growing sentiment in favor of total disarmament. In place of limitation of armament and of open sessions. The committee estimated that communications voiced the sentiments of more than 12,000,000 people. A total of 1.066,000 Individuals expressed' themselves as favoring some sort of an association of nations, the statement says, and 5,910 favored1 abolition of the submarine. : - SCORES ARRESTED ' -- mas (Special Dispatch.) SALT LAKE, Dec. 16. John Cerar, was .to have paid,' the death pen- who C. C. -- V CERAR ESCAPES oo ; of wearing apparel for men and boys -- that we do not cany in our store and you can think of no other store in Ogden that gives better quality or more reasonable prices than we do. Your attention as invited to; these. facts. Call at the store and be con- yinced. Euay GiiFt Fmits ; . . Tinker, p'resident, Fi&ed C. Hitchcock, vice president and George Perr, secreof a local construction company tary which Is building; the Iletch Hetchy project to supply San Francisco, with water,x announced Thursday they had outlined a plan to the government con- Shoals nitrate and cernlng the Muscle power project on the Tennessee river and that the government had requested the company to send its representatives to Washington December 26. Associated with the three construction company" men ,are Alfred. J. Cleary, consulting engineer of San Francisco, and Charles Derleth of the also a con'University of California, engineer. The- detailed plans sulting ' submitted to Washington were framed Derleth, 'byThe I submitted is understood to rbe a plan proposition, the plant to be conducted for that period under joint government and private auspices. It is proposed to sell the electrical power developed by the project and di vide the profit with the government, oo You can think of nothing in the line . er SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 16. r A PACT DECLARED MJS30UL.A. Jlbnt., Dec. 16. The of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Rice bodies stands out as the champion oughbred to dispute the claim of were as 'the found, Thursday on their ranch champion ot the year. j two were In The horses entered near the Stevensville, Mont., according to He takes his place as a super thor same race several times last season, received here. Searchers went ouj:hbred with the unbeaten Colin' of but each time the owner of Miss Joy reports to the ranch after a note had been happy memory, and Man o'War, the withdrew his entry. of by Mayor A. D. Stephenson horse of the century. Will Morvich continue his great received askinsr Mm to go to the Stevenville, iJJdorvicn won twelve starts as a record as a Man o rnnoh "as ripath has COU16 to US. MTS. 'i He has never yet gone j War was greater as a itice was found shot to death u. in beddown to defeat. That is a better rec Few of the great have lr.n l Rice s body was iouna inone biuibnana. house with a rifle grasped in ord than Man o'War toad e as, a continued to show class as a death made has and pain "Poverty Mr. said. note the guest," Man o War was beaten once as a Morvich has everything,, and has welcome were about-6years old. Rice Mrs. and However it was largely never failed when called on, 60 it Another note found at the ranch home seems he has a great chance to equal named pallbearers and gave directions the result of afluke. oT Man o' War. Miss Joy is tfce only other"' thor- - the for the funeral. 'j I I . Tomorrow only we shall have here a manufacturer's entire sample' line of furs! Customers who have been thinking of giving furs for Christmas may now have" their' choice of this great assortment; also' they may select what they wish and pay . only the wholesale price. In the offering are fiir coats in all qualities; fur neck pieces, scarfs, muffs everything. The line will be here for the one day "only. Exhibited on the Sec-on- d Floor. Selections may be made now and held by the, payment of a small retaining fee. Every Nman who has in miiid' the giving of a fur of any kind should come for a look at this wonderful assortment. "WE DELIVER ORDERS OF $3.00 OR MORE Mor-vic- h two-year-old- . 35c Very choice Mixed Candy, f To . " V - ' . Mot- -rich twp-year-o- .. 15 oz. Fig( ARRANGES FUNERAL PRECEDING' TRAGEDY t-- - . I ' puddings-no- oz. Fig.. 42 15 oz. Plum M J4 Christmas tr v. i . . , .......... . 25c Rump Roast, 17Jc 17"2c 25c Heel Boil 20c I X L Tamaietfc 2 for . . 35c 1 dozen Oil Sardines . . v . 60c 60c , 1 dozen Deviled Meat 35c Lobsters, . . . . . . . . 25c 25s 30c Curtis Tuna Fish 366 C while our stock Is still com- -plete. Mrs. Porter's 15 oz. Plum Pud45c ding Mrs. Porter's V2 lb. Plum 75c H 8 Pudding Mrs. Porter's Fig Pudding, iyz I ounces 25c Mrs. Porter's Fig Pudding, 1 45c pound Mrs. Porter's Fruit Pudding, 72 ounces 25c Mrs. Porter's Fruit Pudding, 1 1 . 45c pound HEINZ PUDDINGS X 5 oz. Plum .35c WESTERN MARKET .lis. ..iT""" 1 ; - 1 12J2c Rib Boiling Weat . . . 10c 20c J5c Loin Steak . . . . 20c . 25c, Round Steak : I I 65c 45c 45c 50c Almonds Buy your - None better. 172c Pot Roast $ .... ....... .... Walnuts .22c v : o 1. aluminum coffee percolator" and 1 pound coffee . . . '$1.59 45c 1 pound Capital Cocoa . 30c 10 pounds Spjtrry Pastry 49c Flour . 49c 60c Sperry's Ferlno 33c 40o Germade . . 55c bag Rolled Oats 49c 85c 10 pound bag Sperry's Pan75c cake Flour . 35c 40c sack Corn Meal 50c Graham Flour . . . . 45c 100 pounds Hard Wheat. Flour $2.55 40c Mother's. Oats with aluminum premium . . . s ; . . 35c 20c large Corn Flakes, 2 for 35c 75c Diamond Brand Shelled 50c. Jar Pecans .... JOc .... V j " TO TRADS 25c - nd , . .... J goorAptSck ry 1 ... s- j D pound 2yz Llbbys Best Spinach- .... Layer Cakes Loaf Cake . . . Devil's Food D6ughnuts, dozen Crullers, dozen tablfthment during 1922 of 10infor-- i mation bureaus operated this year was decided upon at a meeting here today Of the legislative committee of the j associations Yellowstone Highway The bureaus' will be at St. Paul, Min- -- CHAMPION GREAT MORVICH TWO-YEAR-OL- Re-e- 1 . TOURING BUREAUS WILL BE KEPT OPEJ MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. BAKERY GOODS bakery goods baked In y our own electric oven out of the best material. No. 1 Fruit Cake, pound . . 55c 00- t , '. As )onji.as they last, . -- " . . . 20c dozen . . 20c Whole Pork Shoulders, Very choice, 8 to 10 pounds, 12J4c pound . . 17c . . . 30c Rolled RIba 122c choice Rib Boiling 8c Meat REGULAR PRICES ... Frh , t . ' - - v . -.- . 25c Sun Maid Raisin Buns, '. i i . . 28c 35c Pineapple . 50c Layer Cakes - 1ST . , ... to-Uni- ted c ' - - . ,5 pounds Mixed Nuts . . $1.25" 5 pounds Mixed Candy . . $1.25 2.00 y2 gallon Grape Juice $1.35 50c 1 pint Virginia Dar . . . 45c . ... . Wine ', 25c Co nib Honey, 2 for i . . 35c -- ' . ... . it ' . .. -- : : ML As a Christmas : suggestion, what is more in keeping with the times' and what would be more pleasing to the recipient than a basket of good wholesome groceries, bakery, goods and meat,. 'and in buying for cost at the Western Market you are purchasmore ing more and spending wisely, and if your purchase isinduced As a special than $3.00, why of course, we deliver ment to shop early Saturday morning note these saving prices. 25c Cinnamon RalJsavdoxen 20c 85c 30 bars Lenox, SoapH . ' -- . A fi -- - cardi-levlati- - . son. on trial in tne lann aistrici coun ihere on a statutory charge, was round not guilty 'by. a Jury last night. . ,. others of'Gudmundson, yriio,- with was eicomwest Tintic the colony WASHINGTON, Dec. 16. Austria's municated from the Mormon church. heartfelt gratitude to thei people of was the alleged leader of a religious as Its the United States for their aid in al- - cult having wife sacrifice '1 ' the children nai" principle.'"" " :VV among suffering was of Austria, was contained In, a letter case he jn the Juab county Dr. Michael Hainisch. president Cused of improper relations with Mrs. of Austria, to Arthur Hogh Frailer, May Houtz.: Elvin Houtz, husband of American charge d'affaires at Vienna,- the woman, was found guilty on "a demade public .ago. today by 4 be state statutory charge several days '.. ' Gudmundson partment. a charging "complaint j In his Jetter Dr. Hainisch says: offense may be filed 'with a ' "The government. and people of the jn Utahstatutory Vas indicated' cOuntyftlt States now have contributed so- day, " : ' . .00 generously toward alleviating the sadover cnuarenme 01 01 Austria licoa two Christmas seasons that I feel that AU1U HAHULlO xtUx it may make Christmas happier, even COP Wl!TH HIS GIRL in your happy land, to know the hap-- i ' I ' pin ess you have given us.) on the! ' I behalf of "May therefore, au. 'E government and people of Austria. as and- the tomobIlewb5f,,JUlaJK you to convey to the president the-exv na roooea "ia ' people of the United States Hceman of J9 6 pression of our heartfelt gratitude?" , Trenbeth was escorting a young wo- j 00 man nome irom a. urenitrn a ua,ii uuui midlght. They did not take Ms reMONTANA JOURNALS volver. "It happened so quickly that I LOSE RATE CONTEST forgot to shoot," said Trenbeth. Alleviating Suffering of Children Expressed a ns . fHoeelal Dispatch.) NEPHI, Dec 16. Moses Gudmund-- j v . SHOP EABLY SAT BD AY SPEC Gratitude to Americans for I . tt -- : 'BEL WORKER -- 'wr: . Ll"- FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16, 1921. STANDARD-EXAMINE- R . I The Quality Electric Store - y 2452 Washington Avenua Read, the Classified Columns for Bargains io 8 I I j I i i i l. '