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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, April 05, 1920, LAST EDITION - 4 P.M., Image 8',
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Bi I ,3 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 J
1 REDUCE FIRE HUMID
DfI IE Naval Equipment to be Install-
Si ' c in Fores Is of District
R; mW No. 4 in May
f '1 ' BBP " " '
T I I mmv rur n0,nt ,n lHtrlct 4 of the for
f cM ervlc where Clrf hazard in grent
I . Ri f':" 'Hf bo oqutpptnl with wlrclei
J ' Hf ' 1'phon equipment this summer. th
j ill mWi iiibtrunipnt being expected to Rrrlvf
I ' n f'sden about Uay 1. according fo
1 f Bf I' r Adnmn. telephone engineer fo
j lit bH? orot rvke.
I law - IT nl(" l',al Kmwnl,, !jn trrn
m It K. Hi ft do whereby Tour Instruments of h
2 ilKi lPn UBetl ly ln navy hud bfen
t.Yr rurH' from tho nval department
HI jB f-" Thla machine ropreaenu the tatet di
1)' i Aflopment In wlrelo phones and has
v ' range of 75 mile.
m The phone will be Installed at Mc
V CftI, llho, Roosevelt, an old town In
Ifc 'rhun'or mountain -urea of the
-j IT Idaho foroat, Marble Head creek on
U m:; the Payette forest, and at Clover an,
I m other old town In the Payette section
I ft ' Thunder mountain area. i
I The polnta at which the machines
) B will be Installed repreaent practically
' Jm tho most haznrdoua portion of forest j
m Jj tho Inter-mountain country, fron a(
S ftro standpoint, and hits absolutely no i
m I ccinmunlcatlons aside from the wire-
K Jess phones.
M Mr. Adfima slated that the wireless
B f phones cost approximately half us
MS j much as the usual telephone line, nh
V I the upkeep of the service reduced to
B I iractically nothing.
I I I Nebraskan Held For j
I Scott Bluff Sheriff
I 'rljLJ X lidwprd Page was arrested at the
1 1 "f Healy hotel yesterday upon receipt of
It a lologrnm from F. II. Kooning, sher-
J 1 If Iff of Scott Bluff, Neb. He is being
1 7 I held at the city Jail pending an inves
ji'i The telegram 'nave no information
, ' i J . as to the charge against Page but said
j I that the sheriff was tho possessor of a
j 1 i warrant.
S , J Pago was, taken into custody yester-
j day and separated from his wife and
I . . s child, who had accompanied -im from
I ( 1 Nebraska. He claims that he sold a '
I ' phonograph which ho hnd not complci 1
I lo payments on. Page Is a mechanic j
j i by trado and said he came to Ogden
!rf for employment.
F I Ho acquiesced to returning without
I requisition papers. I
II . 00 ;
. I Files Suit Agaias'f
, m Ex-Mate for Alimony
1 j Dossic Rackham commenced suit in
J district court this morning to recover
1,' unpaid alimony from Arthur Rackham.
hor divorced husband, who was or-
dered by the district court to pay her
f the sum of $30 a month from October
f 23, 1919. The sum of ?25 Is all that has
3 boon paid her to date, plaintiff claims.
' 11 oo
Irf Appraise Estate of
, i Sarah Coy at $9960
Moroni Skeen, Howard Skcen, and
" J. F. Walker, appraisers of the estate
j! of the late Sarah Coy this morning
jL filed Inventory and appraisement of
IE the state with the clerk of county
court showing the total value at
11)51 ttEQUEST JAJTj SsKXTEXCE HIS
II M OIIANGHD: PICKKKK WlCIPPIXr;
If (Intornatlonat News Service)
I' London, April 5. John Saunders
I i und James Stanley, sentenced w
I f eighteen months and one year ro-
i spectlvoly for bigamy, Jointly pctl-
m't tionod the court to have tho aentenca
changed to strokes of tho cat-o'-nlnc-
i tails. Justice Darling refused to
1 "oblige tho prisoners," expressing an
I Intimation that he'd like JLo, but tho
r law didn't permit it.
i Does catairK 1
gruiiv our apetlfe
s yeur breaVrsc aplt-.
J5 c4iy ft Hacking gough, p
? a stufTcd, head and a bad
tasting mouth J 5
5 Start tKe day plghtwldv
2 a clear head and a. whelfrt ?
J some breakfaa Ron S
, ? dop ha5 helnd th.Qit S
Ji a.r and should do thQ 5
1 a rrf l3BWllif Tatlcafli if tc
Dr. Merlin J. Stone Accepts
Position as Assistant Prof-
feasor of Anatomy
DR. MERLIN J. STONE.
Dr. Merlin J. Stone, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Merlin J. Stone, 28S9 Grant ave
nue, this city, has accepted tho as
sLstant .professorship of anatomy al
the University of Oklahoma.
Dr. Stono was graduated from Rush
Medical college, Chicago, March 19,
this year, and Immediately left for the
A graduate of the Ogden high school
Dr. Stone comploted an engineering
course at the University of Utah and
spent some time in this work in Ne
vada mining towns. Later he became
interested in medics and decided, to
mako that his profession.
OO r ,
SHE IS EKEBEO
Cigarettes, Candy, Gum Are
Taken; Believed Work of
Ono thousand cigarettes, candy, gum,
cigars and other articles of stock, the
'value of which has been placed at
$150, were removed last night from tho
Moulding meat and grocery store, 3263
Washington avenue, according to a
complaint made at the police station
this morning. It is thought that juve
niles entered the store.
The Dco-Neuteboom Printing com
pany also reported that their place of
business had been entered during the
night but that nothing of value was re
moved. Further reports of robberies reached
the place when Mrs. George Hciner,
532 Twenty-fourth street, reported
thieo of her finest hens missing.
HINGES OX TOW'S JAIFj
RUSTY SI .WE rXCOHiniTIOrV
(International Notts Sorvlco)
Hammond, Ind., April 5. Since
prohibition went into effect hinges oo
the Valparaiso jail are bfe wing
rusty from lack of use and tho tor. n
is so free from prisoners that ono
armod policemen are being empljyod
as patrolmen. Louis Kulp. forme
I. FOR GOLD 5TSR 111
Service Star Legion to Do ;
Planting on Arbor Day; Tree
in East Thrives
That tho Ogden chapter of tho serv
ice Star legion contemplates planting
a tree on Arbor day commemorating
tl ' gold star men of Ogden, Weber
county, and Utah, was tho announce
ment mada today by. Mrs. J. G. Fnlck,
fcrmcr president of the organization.
Mrs. Falck stated she received word
today from Mrs. K. Golden Kennelly
of Baltimore, that the hardwood maple
planted at Druldhiil Parle, Baltimore,
lest November, during the Service
"Star convention, In memory of Utah
1 crocs who made the supreme sacri
fice, was getting along nicely. Mrs.
Kennelly stated that Utah's tree was
(decorated at Christmas time with an
'evergreen wreath and that Easter t'-c-1
orations were placed on the tree yes-
terday, as a tribute to the men to
iv.hlch th tree was dedicated.
1 Mrs Falck slated that when the tee
'was dedicated last November, that her
self, Mrs. Alice Collins of this city,
and Mrs. I. S. Clawson of Salt Lake,
'vcro present as btah representatives
Cardinal Gibbons was also present
at the ceremony as was Governor Har
iington of Maryland, and tho mayor of
j NAMED AS EMPLOYES' '
1 REPRESENTATIVE ON
RAIL LABOR BOARD j
Bert M. Jewell.
Bert M. Jewell, who has represent
ed rnllroad cmployo3 in different cay
pacitloa Bince 1907. has been nomin-v
ated with A, 0. Wharton to servo1 on
tho railroad labor board. During the
time Wharton served on the railroad
administration's wage adjustment
beard Jewell acted as president of
the affiiliatcd unionc
1 Chlcagoan, is the second to be ap
I pointed. In the firs time In twenty
five years the county has no depmy
sheriffs. Sheriff W. 13. Fornojj says
that the county is so dead that he win
sorvc tho rest of his term of office
without a deputy..
(CmClCEX THIEVES RUB IT
S RETURN FOR THE COOT
, (International Nown Service)
Wcirton. W. Va., April 5. Several
nights ago thieves stole two dozen
chickens from James Brown of ihis
place, emptying the coop. Tho next
day Brown put this sign on the coop:
"You're welcome to tho hen house;,
Tho next night the thieves returns
and took tho coop.
PHOTO'S TAKEN TO SHOW THAT MEXICO'S
PRESIDENT IS STILL VERY MUCH ALIVE
President Carranza, at left, and George F. Weeks, Weeks is holding the
packago of clgarets.
To deny n rumor which was circulated in Guayraas that President
Cnrranza of Mexico had boen killed and the net kept a secret, tho above
picture of Carranza was taken recently. George F. Weeks, confidential
adviser to Oarranza and publisher of a Mexico City daily, is the man with
Carranza. To show that the picture was taken recently Weeks arranged
to hold in his hand a package of widely advertissd cigarets.
3tillt'"'i''J' '. bT'''bSbbbHB
Beribboned tie have a place in every spring wardrobe. We offer this beautifu'i -one cylet tie, ,in black .and jl I
brown kid, for one week only at 9 ''j
!p We also invite your inspection of our exquisite Wichert Pumps and ties in the latest styles. H
! 2461 Washington Avenue s fl
:cs-. Let. our graduate foot specialist look at your feet free of charge, . ?' R '
5.080 Ogdenites at
That between four and five thousand
Ogden people are, attending the L. D
S. semi-annual general conference in
Salt Lake was the estimate made to
day by J. W. Ellingson, traffic man
ager of the Utah-Idaho Central lines,
basing his estimate upon the equip
ment In operation. The stock show at
the capital is also attracting many
other visitors, and according to gen
eral reports, hotel accommodations are
taxed to the limit
Estimate was also made that over
two thousand people from Cache val
ley cities are in attendance. Special
trains are being run on both steam
and electric lines to handle' the traffic.
MOTHER OF SIX GIVES
BTRTIt TO QUADRUPLETS
(International New3 Service)
Paris. April 5. One of the most re-
J 111111 aUlV -UJl. J . Vii V. I. VJ w.w tv
tcntion of the French Academy ot
Medicine has Just been presented by
Professor Pinard. A Madame De
breull, living in Vendee, who had pre
viously brought Into the . world si.
children, gave birth to quadruplets,
- two boys and two girls, all in perfect
health. Statistics gathered by the
academy show that quadruplets are
born only one time out of every
The soil is so rich in China that tne
farms are generally very small In
deed, it is estimated that a square
mile would be capable of supporting
a population of 4,000 persons.
Rum is made from the scum ob
tained by boiling down the Juit'.e of
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY to loun by private party. Box
111.. Standard. ISO
ONE newly overhauled Ford touring car.
cheap If taken at once. Sec Marhcrtson
Bros, at BInford-Klmball Motor Co.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Five room brick, modern, paved street,
Light room brick, modern. 50 100.
Five room brick, ganige. chicken house,
strictly modern sleeping porch. $7500.
Five room brick, modern, S4700.
Other bargains for from ?2t00 to J30.
000. Phone 2020. 2731 Madison avenue. 13S
WANTED TO RENT.
FOUR or five room furnished houso.
Phone 23:18 after 5 p. m lSj
MALE HELP WANTED.
I CONCRETE contractors wanted to make
bids on Job. Call 13C5-W. 1S3
FRONT rooms for housekeeping or oftlco
across from park. 320J2 Twcnlj -fifth.
VANTED FEMALE HELP.
YOUNG girl for peneral housework; fam
lly of two. Telephone 1726. 1&7
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
BUSCH and OcrU piano, stylo 15, G2S
TwenjLy-aecond. Phone. 2333. TOO
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
BUCK range, linoleum, dining room table.
161 Patterson avenue. 1S2
ASK-FOR and G&T
to&mts -emd .invaftda
Aoh -csa?.m3 und 'S-airrtVvaYb'i
CAKIO PRESERVED 11 YKARh
IN BRANDY CUT AT WEDJDlNtj
(International News Service)
St. Loui3, Mo.. April 5. The report
that a fourteen-year-old wedding cake
was to be served at the nuptial brcik
last of Miss Geraldlne lsabello Buch
anan and Lieutenant Austin Smiin
Parker, didn't Interfere with a full
attendance of all invited guests at the
Hotel Statler recently.
Sh-sh-s. Tho venerable cake was
preserved in brandy.
The cake was made from a recipe
for a Chinese fruit cake and "pickled"!
by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Buchaii :'
parents of the bride, In their hon.o at
California, Mo.f to bo served at he
first wedding In tho family.
War romance added interest to the
ceremony. Miss Buchanan, as a wjr
worker, met Lieutenant Austin, then
an artillery officer, at the Harvard
canteen in New York. The groom's
home is In Greenville, S. C, and iic is
a member of a Greenvllle-Now York
banking nnd brokerage firm.
FALSE TEETH CHOKE
"WOMAN TO DEATH
(International News Service)
Baltimore, April 5. Gasping for
breath during an attack of acuto in
digestion, Mrs. Sarah E. Black, fiftj
seven years old, swallowed her falsn
teeth and choked to death. Neign
bors who were at her bedside thought
she was not seriously ill and wore not
aware the teeth were strangling her.
Mrs. Black is survived by her hus
band, John D. Black, and two suns-1
She was tho first state officer of tl e
Daughters of America in Maryland,
and had been a member of that or
ganization twenty-five years.
DESIRE TO HIDE II IS AGE
FROM GIRLS CAUSES ARREST
(International News Sorvlce)
Talequah, Okla.. April 5. A desire
to keep the girls from knowing that
he was getting old will, It Is believed
here. bring Hugh Simpler of tft'ts j
place before tho grand Jury on a
charge of failure to register for tho"
For several years, It is said, Simpler i
had given his age to the county at-
sessor as 27 to others us -0. But i
when It came to registering for the
draft Simpler, it is alleged, deodea
that he was 32. I
Palm sugar, called "Jaggery'." Is ob-1
talned in India from a species of palm
trees. Tho sweet Juice flows from .he'
top shoot of the tree when ;t lu I
BOY BREAKS BOTH LEGS
WHILE TURNING IN' BEO
(International Notts Service)
Sullivan, Ind., April 5. Leo Pink
ston, fifteen, broke both legs while
attempting to turn over in bed.- Tne
lad, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
PInkston, has been confined to n:s
bed more than three months with a
malady affecting tho bones of his
legs. Physicians said his bones were
brittle as chalk because of a Inck of
phosphorous. So, when Leo tireu of
one position and attempted to chango
the legs were snapped. Tho broicen
bones wero set and the doctors aro
awaiting with Interest to see if they
SHAKE. INTO YOUfl SHOES
Allen's Foot Eaje, the antieepdc powder to bo
shaken into the shoes and sprinkled in the foot
bath. Tho Pl.itUburg Camp Manual advlscsmcn
in training to use Foot-Base in their abocs each
morning. It prevents blisters and eoro spots nnd
relieves painful, mrollen, smarting feet and taken
Vie etlng out of corns and bunion?. Alvna
iisc Allen's Foot-Ease to break In now ahoca.
Let Cutbsra Be
Yqw Beauty Doctor
develop cericua complications If ncr.lected.
Uac fin old nnd time-tried remedy that
baa EvenatJsfacdonfcrcaorcth2a fifty yearr
Use Famo Every Day
For Healthy New Hair H
Faithful daily use of FAMO is as ncccs- jl
. sary to keep your hair healthy as thrice-
daily brushing is to keep your teeth jM
good. Famo is the one product that jH
can be used cay with beneficial results.
If you have dandruff, Famo will de
stroy it by stopping Seborrhea, the
disease that causes dandruff.
Famo givc3 the hair health and vigor.
Its constant use stimulates the growth
of new hair.
Used each day it keeps the hair soft,
silky and glossy; the scalp as clean and
sweet as a baby's.
Famo contains no alcohol to cause jH
scalp and hair dryness. It postpones jH
grayness by making and kcepinjj the "
hair healthy. jH
You will enjoy using Famo every day IH
of your life. IH
It requires no rubbing; it doc3 feed and IH
nourish the hair roots. jmm
It stops itching and makes the whole
head healthy. " ,MwM
Famo is sold at all toilet goods counters '
in two size3 35 cents for the small size fl
and an extra large bottle at $1.00 lH
Seborrhea is a morbidly mcreaaod flow
from the sebaceous Aland of the scalp. 'iBBBV
The saborrhenn excretion formi in scales
And lakes and is commonly known as IUMm
From the laboratories of F. A. Thomp-
son c Company, Manufacturing (
Pharmacists, Detroit, Mich. jH
A. R.' McINTYRE DRUG CO. I
Special Famo Agent Jf
Valuable hardwood forests abound H
in Panama. H
wT'M Again We Tell You j
"fe?? i it is not necessary to send your glasses I
l tu Srilt Lalte or uway from Ogden to Ll
WsSEf- Vt-7 iT'3l' lttvo them properly repaired. ij
f fiSrif We 6rIlul an-v known lens in our i
j B bhP and Can dUP,iCate yUr slasaes A 'H
Optometrist and Manufacturing J. T. Ruskmer
H HUNDREDS WERE TURNED AWAY LAST EVENING UNABLE TO GET f
SEATS COME EARLY TONIGHT. M
1 A I H A If IIP A tomorrow 6Jhe MJsiery t I I
H rk 1 fill rk Wi 1 1 IC rk and wed. the Yellow Room'
m i AUMU IJLVil AND TWO-REEL COMEjDY
H The most gripping picture ever flashed on the screen. Not an idle moment. It rivets
H j'our vision from the stjart to the finish, and Frank Gibeny scored a 'tremendous hit, t
H singing; Remick's latest) song hits. He will sing every night on this program. Schedule, J
M 2:15,4:00, 5:45, 7:3(5, 9:15. Prices, Matinee 1 0c and 20c. Eves. 10c, 20c, 30c. M
I A-I If!? IIP A FV in "SINNERS" comes I
OfLL JL next ThursV Fri,, Sat.