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H ' 10 it mt THE STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 . ll
I places i J
I Electric Cleaner 1E
in your home jl
Spring House Cleaning
8 has begun. Do awajr with j
' 1 drudgery. Let the Premier 1
I do it. Cheaper than brooms 1 1
I and will last a life time. It j
cleans three ways. ,
RUBBER BRUSH j
Every Premier is fully B
guaranteed. Let us demon- J
! straie this wonderful clean- ;
I er in your home. No obliga-
I j tion to buy. We love to (
I I demonstrate. t
I Buy aVacuum Cleaner I
Vacuum Cleaner Co. i
I ,2422 Hudson Phone 236 6
I Businessmen and Committee C
Chairman to Outline Policy j
at Washington n
V I H
0 WASHINGTON. April 15. Data,
' bearing on problems of the shipping 1 r.
board In its operation of and disposi- , h
I liori to private ownership of the gov- E
.yl ernment's merchant marine was sub-Jr
f: mltted today to business men of the IE
country and chairmen of congros-! cj
f j sional committees who began a two pi
: days' conference here with members r
U. of the board.
Two former chairmen of the board.
I I Secretary of Interior Payne and ltd-.'K
' ward N. Hurley of Chicago, were K
among those present- The men ad-
vising: with the board represent the h
I country's greatest commercial and in-
. dustrJal interests. H
j Particular importance attaches to g
the point of view of the leaders of in- tj
dustries In the middle west, officials 3
of the board declared. There people 3
j have not become accustomed to think! 3
in .terms of ships, and It is especially j 3
desired that they be awakened to the! rj
' necessity for an American merchant' J(j
K j marine to transport the nation's com-'y
I j merce. I
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For the good health and prosperity of a community, cleanliness Then, too, the yards, front and back, should experience the clean- &
is an imperative duty devolving upon each individual. The physical ing effects of the rake, hoe and shovel until every particle of rubbish
I well-being of every locality depends largely upon its sanitary regula- and garbage shall have been removed, all of which should be taken
tions, and the physical condition has much to do with mental activity to ces fel8?,118 ?Ump hepS" w2?? the contaminating influ-
and higher intellectuality of the people, all of which makes for a more tnfC ?ulI,,fl to ihf minimum degree. This uncleanly accumulation 1
.i .f. i i ij. j. i ,. t u or debris or the winter months which befouls the air. wherever it 4
thrifty and enterprising population. Big accomplishments cannot be , , , c. . " uie dir wnerever u t
i i rr-uL j i j u i. u i. may be, should be conhned to flames of fire and turned back to the u
realized m f filth and squalor, for under such circumstances stagnation i A r i -L i i . , u " 7 1
i i ,i ii j .1 i i i j elements rrom whence it came. In short, our citv should bp made q
and lethargy predominate and the wheels of progress are clogged a T , , . . . . . . 3, UUIJ ,ue, maae A
.... ii l i r j , clean and be kept clean, that lurking disease germs and unwholesome i
thriving and happy populace is characterized by cleanliness and purity, , , . ' , , T? , i . : , unwiiuie&omt ,j
ktk : url nT iTr,5 odors may be cntirely obliterated. The city should be made a fit abode fcj
both in body and mind. c i uu u t j j i 'j
J ror healthy, robust and energized people. S
In the past Ogden has justly boasted of clean streets and homes , . . , . . , . .
and it is unquestionable that this rule will prevail this year. This will , . ,T e?d e f falhc!-s haJe P'3"" S.,clea"uP nipa.gn j
depend, however, upon the energy put forth by the people of the whlch V1" bcf&'" MoBdy "g- pnl 19th-,Ty proffer to haul I
. city during the coming cleanup week inaugurated by proclamation of frce( char?c-,a" rubsh. and garbage that may be placed at b
Mayor Francis. It will be incumbent on ciHzcns to carefully observe ""ni ? m T- i ' thenng j
this municipal regulation and take every advantage of the opportunity ,he. being given , this clean-up sect.on of the Standard-Ex-
to thoroughly renovate, inside and out, the business districts and ?r- Jhe People are urged to carefully observe the rules and regu- ;
homes. This means that the paint brush should be freely used until at,ons f t.h,s "mpa.gt, and have the rubbish ready for hauhng at the j
new coats of paint embellish the homes and business houses from t,n?e and Placc particular districts of the city. It requires 3
garret to cellar, both outwardly and on the inside; whitewash and on a comparatively short tame at each home to gather together to j
calcimine should pervade every nook and corner; fresh, new paper can.s' s,acks. of PaPcr', .f"se substances and all kinds of unsightly
, . 11 j ii, 1 j . 1 tind uncleanly accumu ations for sanitary disposition.
decorate every inner wall and the mark or soap and water be in J J p
evidence throughout every edifice. COME ON; LETS CLEAN UP!
. District No. 1 South side of Twenty-fifth street, east side of Washington avenue, south to city limits. " I
District .No. 2 West of Washington aAenue; south side of Twentr-fifth street to city limits. v v f.
District No. 3 North side of Twenty-fifth and west side of Washington avenue to Ogden river.
District No. 4 East side of Washington avenue, north of Twenty-fifth street to Ogden river. . ,
District No. 5 All sections north of Ogden river. -t f
Only accumulations of ashes and rubbish in small lots will be taken by the wagons and motor trucks during the
campaign. In order to arrange a schedule for the hauling away of accumulations in the various districts it is necessary
that the rubbish be placed along the curb three days following the arrival of the wagons in each district. '
In District No. 1 the accumulations should be set out during April 16, 17, or 18, and will.be collected April 19, 20 k
and 21; District No. 2 rubbish should be set out April 19, 20 and 21, for collection April 22, 23 or 24; In District No. 3 it j
should be set out during April 22, 23 or 24 for collection April 25, 26, 27; In District No. 4 it should be set out April 25, I
26, 27, for collection April 28, 29, 30; In District No. 5 it should be set out April 28, 29, 30, to be collected during the
three days following.
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cgjr"i' uii.ui uj ii i j.jum-1 .Hi t i J - -tp .r
I ' STAY LEm'
1 limiilmiH ll ill Cleanliness is one of the highest
H 1 CmffiiSzh'3 virtues in .life a virtue vc cannot
H B rlaliOlli mfl affcrd to sacrifice. It Pays to Keep
S T w ijbJ&L-AjM Clean.
Hj 8 Partake of the spirit of the Clcan-Up Campaign, Use soap and water,
H I C lye and cleansing powders- apply the mop. scrubbing brush and broom.
H I H Get a new washboard, clothes pins, mcphead and handle MOW. We
H I B supply you.
H ji 8 in our store you will find everything for h'ouscclcaning. This is the
1 I opportune time.
i J. S. Carver & Sons
H; . 2362 Washington Avenue Phone 227
l.The Planting Season Is Here
H J K Do you remember the story of the "Early Bird?-' Weil, this is the
H H time to P,ant ear'y garden stuff. Get busy today. Work the soil a 'ittle
B I H and get the seed in NOW. It will pay you In fresh, early vegetables.
B. We are well supplied with garden tools of every description the
K very best of tools and just what you need. In the g arden you need
H rakes, spades, digging forks, hoes, rhovels and cultivators. On the
lawn you must have a mower and garden hose you can't very well
H ; get along without them. i
Hr i I Call at the store and see what we have. '
H WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF GARDEN SEEDS
j Boyle Hardware Company
H 350 24th I
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PAINTING is ECONOMY THROUGH PRESERVATION. Too many
people today consider Paint only from a decorative standpoint.
While Paint is a great decorative medium ITS FIRST PURPOSE,
nevertheless, IS PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION.
Unless properly painted the wooden parts of a building soon absorb
f moisture and swell. The Joints open and disintegration is rapid. The
1 metal roof, gutters and railings soon rust and in a remarkably short
time are past repair. Painting as a preservative against the elementt
Is absolutely necessary.
, The large iron dome of the United Statec Capitol shows the need of
' pointing every three years. If this had not been done the structure
I would have long since been past repair. The same deterioration is
J probably progrssing to greater or less extent on your property today,
i The soft jandstone exterior of the White House has been pre
. served these many years with paint. It vas found necessary, as the
I stone was rapidly disintegrating. Cement structures absorb moisture
j and in damp weather present a blotched appearance, the surface be
coming dark. If painted, the cement becomes moisture-proof and the
J structure remains clean and attractive.
I There arc many frame dwellings on the New England coast built
II over two hundreds years ago now in a perfect state of preservation,
j as a resultof the occasional application of paint. '
It is just as necessary to have your property painted regularly as it
is to pay for protection by fire insurance; in fact, more so, for the
i reason that money spent for fire insurance premiums represents an ex
penditure to protect against a POSSIBLE loss, whereas failure to make -the
proper expenditure for paint protection means failure to protect
against CERTAIN loss. '
OGDEN PAINT, OIL & GLASS CO.
H r 2440 Washington Avenue
I pAT DO IT
I JyS NOW ' "
i j&&Sy As spring1 is here, winter's ac- j
a cumulation of dirt and rubbish
i must be cleared away.
i Wc carry a complete line of Scrubbing: Brushes, Floor
j Brushes, Window Brushes, Brooms, Paint Brushes, Varnishes
and Wall Paper Cleaner.
After the house has been cleaned from cellar to garret, turn
to the yard and beautify your home with a nice lawn.
I FOR RESULTS USE D. M. FERRY'S SEEDS
!You will find every tool you need among our up-to-date line
of Garden Tools. We also have a complete line of Garden
Hose. "Bull Dog" is positively the best hose made. Non
Kink, Vim, and the celebrated Wholebone Brands.
Drop in and see us before buying elsewhere.
2414 Washington Avenue J
Gen. Harts Defends
Control in France
WASHINGTON, April 15, Brisa
dier General Harts, former command
ant, of American troops in the Paris
district, told a house investigating
.committee that General Pershing
"gave him full responsibility . to cope
with conditions arising- from misde
meanors of American officers and en
General Havts said he had not
sought command of Paris but it was
riven him by General Pershing who
declared that "officers and men In
Paris were behaving in such a way
as to give the American army a bad
"I think T improved conditions and
did It wall," tho witness added;
Caillaux Death Not
Asked by Prosecutor
PARIS, April 15. The case of Jo
soph Caillaux, former premier of
France, on trial for alleged treason,
entered the summing up stago for
the prsecutIon yesterday with the re
sumption of tho high court's sessions
after the Easter holiday. It Is cx
i pected that a verdict will be rendered
within a fortnight, probably by April
24 or 25.
Theodore Lcscouvc, the prosecutor,
In closing his address, asked the court
to find M. Caillaux guilty as charged,
but he refrained from asking the
death penalty for the accused.
The Moors- introduced distillation
Into Europe. 1
! Use the Best pig
j Paint It Pays M
Applied as easily and cheaply as in-
fcrlor paint, Hut it wears longer, and'
-nore thoroughly protects the surface.
For high quality paint and clean-up
materials at tho lowest prices In town,
conic to H
Griffin Paint Co. ; I
i 1st door north of Burton!
I Implement Store ! JH
2310 Washington Ave. Ogden :H3
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i Boiled Down News I H
j From Political Fot ; .
BALTIMORE, Md., April 15. Fol
ins a meeting' of Hoover men yes JHI
, tcrday. it was announced that It had ll
! been decided that Mr. Hoover would JHH
!no enter the Republican presidential
! primaries in Maryland at this time.
j John T. .Stone, president of the JB
: Maryland Casualty company,, stated. jE
however, that if other candidates foi IHI
jihe Republican nomination file in Hl
i Maryland, the friends, of Mr. Hoove Hf
will re-open iho matter and decide,
' t Iton whether to reconsider the de- JH
jcision to not enter. HBu
Senator Hiram Johnson has askeo jfimEk
I representatives to inaugurate his can wBR
didacy in tho state today. fliB
SALEM. Ore.. April 15. Fred Lock
ley, a writer for the Oregon Journal viMBl!
of Portland, yesterday filed with the IWDA
secretary of state his candidacy' for . uBtt
i he Republican nomination for statt Hi
FORT VAi.iD, Ind.. April 15. U. HSS
S. Senator Warren G. Harding 6i lBlil
Ohio, speaking here last night, declar- Hl
that had it not been for the action IHH
j cf the United States senate in reject- ' BjH
' Ing (lie treaty of peace with its league D
of nations covenant, American rights
would have been bartered away and' 3
;he United States would have Inst its IHflJ
HOLDREGE. Neb.. April 15. Unit
ed States Senator Hiram W. Johnson
of California, candidate for the Re- iHj
ipnblican presidential nomination, in jEE
an address here last night declared CHi
the icagtic of nations was bound tc ( 'e
be an isue in the coming campaign. Bj
Senator Johnson spoke in connection H
with his candidacy for indorsement by ll
Nebraska voters at the presidential 'K
preference primary April 20. B
He declared it was "all well enough PBB
for the politicians in Washington" tc - - !'V'i!B
say that the league shall not become fejMjB
a political issue, but that regardless " '
of what they assert, the issue is here frfevgB
land will be with the American people "g?bB
until they decided it for themselves. i
CHATTANOOGA. Tenn,. April 15. '
The state Republican convention i
elected eight delegates at large Willi i
half a vote each and instructed them
to vote for General Wood's nomina- Hl
tion at Chicago as long as his name , HJ
is before the national convention. 1HM
The delegates at largo arc: Msr,
Marshall Priest, John J. Gore, Jesse IHI
M. Littleton, S. F. ..airray,' Ncweli
j Sapders. Rev. J. C. Martin, George F-
J Trotter and Daniel Cooper Swab.
INDEPENDENCE. Mo., April 15."
Senator James A. Reed was endorsed
by the Democratic county conventioi,
here yesterday as a delegate-at-largc IH
to the national convention. Hl
WORKMEN BOYCOTTING IB
HIGH PRICED SPUDS MM
TACOMA, Wash., April 15. Will Ik
potatoes selling dor ?1"0 a ton here.
the workmen in the Milwaukee rail
road machine shops here have volec
to buy no more of them for twenty
days, or until the price drops. fl
levee ; m
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard lH
against this trouble by taking
The world's ctandord romody for kidney, H
livor, bladder and uric acid troubles. r r J
Holland's national ramedy oinco 1696. H
All druggists, threo aires. Ounranteed.
Lock tor tiio EBtno Gold Modal on ttt boK Sil