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H 8 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1920 , . ' ' ' '
iSurvey to be Brought to Close
! Tomorrow and Report
I Sent to Washington
I KnfTlnecr Kay of the U. S. w?ir dc
partmcnt reports that the field work
2on the arsenal site will be completed
'by tomorrow- He has received consid
Serablo aid in making the cxtcnslvo
-survey required by engineers sent to
hls staff by the forest service, city en
Jglncer, county commission and the I'.
S. department of public roads. The
JOgden chamber of commerce has
borno the expense of hiring supple
jmentaryjiclp needed on the field.
r ' As soon as all the data relating to
Jthc site is accurately tabulated the re
. Sturns will be sent to the construction
department of the war office at Wash
ington, where they will be used In
making up the plans for the construc
tion of the plant here.
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LM j; CARD OF THANKS
'H . To those who so kindly assisted us
HH Muring the illness and death of our lov-
HH Sing husband' and father, and to those
, HH fvho officated and spoke comfortingly
f! fit the funeral services, we wish to cx-j
-M, Jpress our sincere thankfulness; also
MpHI (lo wc wish to express our gratitude td j
yfoHl ' Jlhosc who sent beautiful floral offer-(
1 ! Sings and in any way assisted me.
jflEH " MRS. FRANCIS H. WRIGHT
Hgj j I and FAMILY. 175
IHHI. For Subscription and Advertising
HHwl ' Department, Call Phone No. 56.
I ML i ' RANDOM
I j REFERENCES
Wt Marriage Licenses A marriage 11-
H ficenso was issued this morning in the
H Coffice of the county clerk to Kyruui J,
H (Hanson of Bear River City, and Miss
Hj SOrelia M. Hard, of Salt Lake.
H ' Wanted Bell boy. Reed Hotel. -193
Prompt service, cleaning, pressing
HI " and alterations. Phone 513. Regal
I j kindling vood. Phone S2S. 42-1.
I j Clean rags wanted at The Standard;
H . Forfeits Ball But one case ap-:
H Lpearecl before the city court this
H morning. .yr. B. Morgan. of Brlgham
H jCity, having been" arrested yesterday
H I by Officer J. "V. Tuft for violation of
H 5 traffic ordinances. He was released
W son $10 -bail, which he -forfeited this
l 'morning by not appearing.
B, Flowers telegraphed anywhere in
Rj the United States or Canada. Dumke
H Floral. Phone 250. 3336
j V .TW0 MRE COTTAGES Two col-
! j $5ges mdcrn design will be started
Lgt' during tho coming avooIc by S. A,
w Shreeve on Twenty-eighth street be-
f . tween Jefferson and Madison avenues,
L- the estimated coet being $8500 each,
II the owner announced today. Mi,
fcjx Bhreevo will have work strated this
Kj week on a brick cottage for E. C. 01-
Ji -Eon, to be located on Harrison between
ft -Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets.
The home will be of brick and cost
Vjy Clean rags wantsa at The Standard
M Case Continued Because Attorney
H Chez was confined to his home today
Hi vith an attack of bronchitis, the case
Ebf 'fiSi Harry Gloven, charged with hav-
Hr ing operated a second-hand store
HHPBj without a license, was continued until
LKSfS -;Aprll 27.
Kfil .JjJxpr-rl v.'allpapei and calsommc
Hh 4& cleaners. Lowe and GreenwclL Phone
LWk 333S. i'S-lS
IH BUICK, cement and plaster jobbing,
IH -chimneys, firewalls, etc. Phono 770.
jH Old papers tor saic. Ogden stand.
Hj Xo Court Tomorrow Because to-
H .morrow is Arbor day, no session will
K bq held tomorrow morning In the city
Hl court, Judge D. K. Roberts announced
H' today. Tho case of 2l. MnshI, Y. Hioki
Hj X). Mano and K. Suga, who were to be
B tried tomorrow on a gambling charge
tws continued until Wednesday, April
c.fCosl M. L. .Tones Coal & Ice Co.
prompt delivery. 413 24th St. 2173
, yReal Ice cream, $2.25 efollvored.
Grcenwell Confectionery. 2030
A Ogden Typewriter House for type
Hl " writers and repairs, 2-122 Hudson Ave.
I y vpiione 236.
? 'Iff Coal All high grades. Phone 27.
UOhn Farr Coal Co.
J I For typewriters and repairing, sec
j JV. Everett, 2362 Wash. Ave. Phone
Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets
and everything for the office
I Office Supplies
!c. of C. and Railroad May
i Keep Live Wire on Job
Negotiations are being carried out
between officials of the Ogden cham
ber of commerce and the management
! of the Ogden Union. Railway & Depot
I company to re-establish a public in-
formation service at the Pinion depot
I "Some time ago," said O-J. Stllwell,
' secretary of. . the chamber of com
! mcrce. this morning, "the depot cozn
j pany and the Ogden Publicity bureau
! joined together in paying the salary
j and expenses of an "information
man" at the depot here, whose duty it
was to make Ogden better and more
widely known among the thousands of
people who wait for, brief periods in
the Ogden depot. He was furnished
with literature dealing with the 3cenlc
beauties, industrial . and commercial
activities, school ahel church life, and
other interesting data 'relating to this
intermountaln city,', rtnd the experi
ment was-found to be exceedingly
worth while. .
;Lately,- however, tho service man
I has been discontinued, and wc are de
! sirous of pulling it on its feet again
I in the charge of a capable and well
I Informed man. The . depot company
I z going into tho matter of what pro
I portion of tho oxponsc it can afford
i to pay. We. have- already made up
j our minds what 'the chamber of com
, merce can do. Unless something un-
foreseen happens, vcHli'all have the
service established again before Mio
J summer rush of tourists pass through
i here en route east and west. We ha:e
even got so far as to name tho man
, who will occupy the position, and
none better could be found, since ho
knows Ogden through and through,
1 but we shall not publish his name un
i til we know what help tho O. U. R. &
j D. company is likely to afford us."
: RIVER RISES FOOT
! DURING RAIN; NO
! DANGER OF FLOOD
The sudden deluge of rain this
morning ma.de it necessary for
the. calling of emergency street .
crews Into action to prevent the
flooding of various street inter
sections, and In spite .of the fact,
thaht men were at work at 5
o'clock, a few street corners were
flooded, according to C. II. Mar
tin, supervisor of streets. The
early morning flood carried much
waste into tho sewer openings
and it was necessary for the
crews to warlC feverishly to keep
them from clogging.
Although a few collars were
flooded, 'dlio-to- the heavy .down
pour, no great amount of damage
was caused. Mr. Martin de
clared. The Ogden river rose
more tfran one fool within a. few
hours, but there is no danger of
overflowing, according to Mr.
I Martin. '
I nn '
Sues for Portion
of Ogeki Properly
Charging that one-third interest in
certain property in the Childo addition
is being wrongfully withheld from her,
Helen Crosby began suit this morning
in the district court against Alexander
Crosby. The plaintiff complains that
Robert Crosby, the former owner of
the limd in dispute was her husband's
and that prior to 1018 the land was
seized in fee and possession.
Mrs. Crosby alleges that "Robert
Crosby conveyed the land to his son,
Alexander, by warranty deed, and at
the time she was his wife and never
fat any time relinquished claim to the
property. She asks that title to one
third of the property be awarded her
and charges that it is now being
wrongfully withheld from her by Alex
j SPRING MERE FOR
! "SARIN "-CHICKS
START ON GARDEN
A certain sign that spring has
arrived is shown in the numerous
complaints of citizens during the
past few days, that chickens and
other fowl have wandered to their
new gardens In their quest of food
and have caused havoc among the
sprouting vegetables, according
lo Jack LIttlcfield, adjutant to the
commissioner of public safety.
Mr. Littlefield said U1I3 morn
irvg that to allow domestic fowl to
trespass on the property of oth
ers Is in violation of section 544,
city ordinances, which states, "It
' shall be unlawful for the owner
of ay domestic fowl, such as tur
keys, ducks, geese or chickens to
permit such fowl to trespass or go
upon tho premises of another, or
lo run at large within the city
I Use of hops in browing was prohib
ited in England in the sixteenth cen
itury on representations by physicians
J that they were unwholesome.
Vegetables Being Rushed by
Express; Strawberries 40
Cents a Cu'p
Spring vegetables from California
are becoming scarce In Ogden ao a re
sult of the interruption of regular ship
ments by the switchmen's strike and
commission houses admitted today
that the stocks are practically exhaust
ed. "Bunch goods" as they are called,
including early beet, carrots and tur
nips aro beginning lo come by ex
press as the result of hurried orders
sent in 'when the effects of the tie-up
were realized. Dealers reportd that
pries in wholesale lots were rising he
cause of the scarcity, tomatoes going
up 75 cents per crate and lettuce 25
.cents a dozen bunchps.
To relieve the situation, radishes
and lettuce from local growers are be-
'ginning lo appear on the market.
! Among the latest arrivals are straw-
.berries from the coast. They are re-
J toiling in the neighborhood of -iO cents
I a cup, about a cent apiece.
Mme. Guerin Assures Mayor
Former Premier Will Come
' Here on Tour
, "v. ,
That Georges Clemenccau, former
premier of France", '-wl 11 visit Ogdvii
during his tour of the United Stales
in November, was assured liy Madame
Guerin, French lecturer, during her
visit this morning to the mayor and
city commissioners. Madame Guerin
naid that Salt Lake has been included
j in the itinerary, and that she would
use every possiblo effort to have the
"Tiger of France" visit Ogden and
meet the Ogden people. She declared
I she would make It a personal matter
I 10 have Ogden included in the tour.
of Meal iospection
M. W. Belknap, former soldier with
the Tenth Engineers in France, was
appointed as city meat inspector by
the city commission this morning. Ke
will nasumo his new duties Monday
morning, according to an announce
ment made by J. Hay Ward, commis
sioner of public safety, who recom
mended the appopintmcnt.
A delegation of local butchers came
before the commissioners this morn
ing and complained of tho method in
which meat inspections had bevn
made by the city In the past. They
declared that tho source of meat com
ing from outsido of the city was not
carefully checked and investigated,
while they were compelled to live up
to the most stringent regulations. The
system, they said, left an opening for
unfair competition. The matter wat
taken under advisement and will be
leafiest Rain of
Year Drenches CItv
The heaviest rainstorm of the pres
ent year descended upon Ogden early
ihls morning and at 8 o'clock tho yre
cipitaticn reached .G5 of an inch, ac
cording to C. A. Bass, weather ob
server. From the meagre reports that
reached the local office this morning
the storln was believed to have been
j general over the northern portion of
the state. Predictions of the weather
bureau .are "showers tonight or Thurs
day, colder tonight."
The maximum temperature this
morn ins was G2 degrees and 4-i de
jgrees minimum in the early morning
Harry P. Nasfcll, 105 Thirty-third
' Asahich Kotacka, 234 Twenty fifth
Joseph Smith Frederic,. 503 Seven
tcenth street, boy.
Rearny A. Mathews, Dee hospital,
Wilford C. Arrowsmlth, 3252 Eccles
H. J. London, 1G5 West Twenty
eighth street, boy.
Chris R. Christensen, 663 Twenty
seventh street, boy.
Clarence D. Prlbblc, 2228 Monroe
Andrew P. Sorenson, 2SS5 Child's
Samuel E. Nelson, 146 Twenty-seventh
Charles A. Bidwell, 183 Jefferson
William Cole, 3511 Washington ave
San ford B. Wright, 3273 Ogden ave
George Albert Gonipton,-2927 Hud
son avenue, boy.
Edelweiss is fam6us not because of
its beauty, but by reason of its scarcity.
1 1 j
j UTOPIA CTUB.
Mrs. Jame3 Ure will 'be hostess to
the members of the Utopia club noxt
Wednesday aftornoon al her home,
CC0 Twenty-sixth street.
The second of the series of the sil
ver teas to be given during the spring
and summer by the members of the
Sacred Heart Alumnae association was
iheld Sunday at the lovely home of Mrs.
Wilbur It." Lee, "1003 Twenty-third
street. Members of the class of '15
were the hostesses for the afternoon.
A color scheme of yellow and white
was carried out in the decorations,
vith a pretty basket of white daisies
forming the centerprice for the dining
room table. Those who poured tea dur
ing the afternoon were Mrs. Ella Bal
lantyne, Mrs. Margaret Morrissey,
Mrs. Edna Dinneen, Miss Cecilo rtagan
land Miss Bess O'Ncil. Those who as
tsjsied In I he serving were losses May
i Fife, Evelyn Spires, Genevieve McKen
no and Katheryn Krauss. The, next tea
will be held during June.
FIVE HUNDRED CLUB.
Mrs. D. H. Pape will he hostess to
the members "of the Five. Hundred club
Thursday afternoon at her home, 2370
METHODIST LADIES' AID.
Tho Ladies' Aid society of he Firsi
I Methodist church will hold their reg
lular business meeting at 2:30 o'clock
Thursday at the homo of Mrs. Roy
Griffin, 457 Canyon road. The hostess
will be assisted by Mesdnmcs Do
Weesc. Robb. J. L. Andersen. Stone
nnd Hammer. All the ladies and their
friends have been cordially invited to
PAN HELLENIC TO MEET.
Miss Miha Jones and Miss Hazel
Lichienstigor will entertain the mem
I bers of the Pan Hellenic al their home
in the Avon apartments Thursday aft
I CHILD CULTURE CLUB.
I Members of Uip Child Culture club
jvill- meet at tho University club
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
:v.'.th Mrs. John N. Browning and Mrs.
'Joseph Clark as hosfessen. The sub
ject for the afternoon will os "Tho
Problem of Our Alien Population," the
discussion which will be lead by Mrs.
Thomas D. Deo. Mrs. Robert Moves
wlli be the chairman of the afterncon.
PAST NOBLE GRAND CLUB.
I Mrs. P. A. Beck will be hostess , to
I the members of the Past Isoolo Grand
! society at her homo, 1506 Twenty
! fourth street, Thursday afternoon. All
i tho mombers have been invited.
Deaths as?d Funerals
SCOVIXiIE Funoral services for
Beatrice Irene Scovillo vills be hold
Thursday at 2 o'clock in- tho Sixth
Ward meetlns house, with Bishop O.
M. Sanderson officiating. The body
may be viewed at tho family resi
dence, SCI Twenty-fourth street this
afternoon and evening and Thursday j
until 1 o'clock. Burial will be in tho
Ogden City cemetery.
iM.LUiJSjsiixyj acrvico3 ioi r ru
Middloton, tho 18-year-old son of j
William and Isabella Middloton, will
be held Thursday at 2 o'clock at the 1
Larkin funeral chapel, with Bishop
Arthur Budge officiating. The body
may be viewed at tho chapel this af
ternoon and evening and Thursday
until tho lime of the .services. Tho
body arrived at 1:3D today from Sun
ny Side, Utah. Interment will be in
tho Ogden City cemetery.
BLICIOIORIC Funeral services
for Blaine L. Bllckmore were held j
Tuesday at the residence of Mr. and j
Mrs. E. J. Hancock Bishop Counsel
lor M. E. Ony officiating. Songs were:
Dueta, "Your Sweut Littlo Rose Bud,"
Mrs. Pauline Martin and Mr3. Mar-j
Caret Sander; "A Little Pink Rose," i
Mrs. Sunder, and "The Christian's' ;
Good-Night," Mrj. Martin. The speak- j
ers were James IMartin, Bishop Coun-1
sellor Edvard T. Sanders and Bishop
Counsellor M. E. Gay. Interment wa i
in the Ogden City cemetery, with Ed. i
T. Sanders dedicating tho grave.
BOS Funeral services for John I
Bos were held Tuesday al 2 o'clock
at the Larkin and Sons' Funeral '
chapel. Biflhop Counsellor Henry i
Volker officiating. Mrs. Vera Jones!
Ellis sang, "Oh, My Father," and"
"Rock of Ages," while Golden Blng-1
ham sang, "1 Know That My Redeem- ,
cr Lives. The speakers were P. J 1
Lammer, E. Ncuteboom, R. W. Volk-J
er, President McCune and Henry
Volker. Interment was in the. Roy
cemotory, ' where L. W. Larkin dedi
cated the grave,
CLARK. Services for I. Guy Clark
will be held at 2 o'clock Sunduy aft
ernoon in tho Sixth ward meeting
house. Tho body may bo viewed at
the residence Saturday and Sunday,
G72 Twenty-fourth street.
LAW. The funeral of Mrs. Kallier-
ine Ann Lav.' will be held tomorrow j
at 2 p. m. at Klrkondall's chapel. Ser
vices will be conducted by Rev. J. E.
Carver. Interment Mountain View
WARREN. Arvilla Warren died
Tuesday afternoon at 4:40 o'clock at
, the family residence, 1250 Canyon
road, aftro a fey.' days' illness. She
was born Sept. 22, 1917, and was the
daughter of Cyrus and Akcthia Tubbs
Warren, and besides her parents, she
is survived by one brother, Lamar.
Funeral services will be held Thurs
day at 3:30 o'clock at the Lindquist
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The-Hoover . Does Not Camouflage II
COULD you but "X-ray" your apparently IH
clean rugs! Could 3'ou behold the hidden H
dirt they harbor I Could you watch them j, H
9SS ' " wear as footsteps grind soft nap against H
MW :' ' sharp imbedded grit I Then you would promptly l H
WMWW ' have a Hoover. llj
SyMh ' v " From' their interiors a Hoover would beat forth 1 H
r'"'."; i -X' ' quarts of unwholesome filth. j H
w?'f t'. 'V't ' '' Ori1'v tke Hoover entirely dislodges and inhales 1 H
flj&zk''fi such imbedded dirt. Only The Hoover sweeps. up H
V )- even the stubbornest-clinging lint, threads, hairs H
' $S0h; and Titter. ;
ffi$MWk " ' " " ' The reason is the patented Hoover ! H
0MW$W ; VM Beating-Sweeping Brush. The electric I
l8t9W ' .motor revolves it over 1 ,00.0 times a min- H
i Wf Ifei Mmm than a "vacu- xgi
F'tr'" 1 II
jjjj remover of both seen and unseen i l
- WJP 'fflfflW dirt. It does not camouflage. A
mJ I WMfmf Hoovered home is as clean as it
W j 4 WmmmmwM' looks. Don't comuromise with dirt.
f : A Have a Hoover. I
: ill P SSecial Terms-$5 down, $5 a mo.
V B()YLE I
: ' Furniture I
Over Western" Union, Stevens B!dg.
POTICE . I
S C. C. Jlemngton and Sen have-
ji taken over the A B. C. Taxi Co.
g Good cars and good sen ice. j
I PHONE 676 j
BHEaKaE: doctors !
fifWHS SpcciallsLs for Sb9H
bml; yyS: Men and Women fS
B V i &vtf OflQcc i 10 Main Street HQ
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Thirty years experience trcntine Acute. Chronic
and Special Disease.
funeral chapel, with Bishop Arthur
Budge officiating. The body may bo
viewed this afternoon and evening)
and Thursday until tho. tmc of the
Interment will be in the Ogden city
I MONTGOMERY. Services for Jas.
Montgomery will be held Thursday at
1 2 o'clock in the North Ogden meeting
house. Interment will be in the North
Ogden cemetery. Flowers may be left
at the Lindquist chapel until 12 o'clock
Unity Lodge, No. 18, Free and Ac
Special meeting Wednesday. April
14, ut 7:00 p. m. of H. IM. Degree.
Sojourning brethren "welcome. B
order of M.
W. N. W ACKER, Secretary.
Real Estate Transfers
Jesslo M. Chez and husband to Alden
George Potligrew, part of lot
A, block 41. plat C $2,000
Alden George Pottigrew and wife to
Louis Gordon Agee, part of lot
4, block .1, plat C $1,200
Annette Kellerman in "A
Daughter of the Gods" at the
Lyceum today and tomorrow.
All tickets 10 cents. No chil
dren's tickets sold.
Quickly Ended by a Pleasant
The little Hyomel Inhaler is made of
hard rubber and can easily be carried
in pocket or purse. It will last a life
time. Into this Inhaler pour a few drops of
This is absorbed by the antiseptic
gauze within and now you are ready to
breathe it in over the germ infested
membrane whore it will speedily be
gin its work of'killing catarrh germs.
Hyomel is made of Australian eucalyp
tus combined with other antiseptics
and is very pleasant to breathe.
It is guaranteed to end catarrh, bron-'
chitis, sore throat, croup, coughs and
colds or money back. It cleans out a
stuffed up head in two minutes. 1
Sold by druggists everywhere and
by Culley Drug Co. Advertisement.
It relieves stomach misery, 9our stom
ach, belching and all stomach disease or
money back. Large box of tablets 60
cents. Druggists in ali towns.
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
But the old-fashioned mustard
plaster burned and blistered while it
acted. Get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave, without, the
plaster and without the blister.
Musterolc does it. It is a clean,
white ointment, made with oil ot mus
tard. It 13 scientifically prepared, so
that it works wonders, and yet does
not blister the tendercst skin.
Gently massage. Musterole in with the
finger-tips. See how quickly it brings re
liefhow speedily the pain disappears.
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
rthma, neuralgia, headache, conges
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil
blains', frosted feet, colds of the chest
(it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50.
Dental Plate Wearer
Presents Soro Gutno
Take tablets without fear, if
they are marked with the 1
"Bayer Cross" ;
If you want the true, world-famous
Aspirin, as prescribed by physicians
for over eighteen years, you must ask
for "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."
The "Bayer Cross" is stamped on
each tablet and appears on each pack- i
nge for your protection against imita
tions. In each package of "Bayer Tablets
of Aspirin" are safe and proper direc-
tions for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,
Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism,
Lumbago, Neuritis, and for Pain in
Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab
lets cost but a few cents. Druggists
also sell larger "Bayer" packages. As
jpirln if, the trade mark of Bayor Man
ufacture of Monoacetlcacidester of
TOOTHACHE GUM ll
Stops Toothache Instantly II
Sold the World Over I
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