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, 4 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. . Jl
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I THIRD PARTY IN SIGHT.
I t Political animosities often are slow to disappear. , Today we
I hear of a new party which Amos Pinchot is to 'organize as a pro
I test against the things attained at Chicago.
Jt will be recalled that Gifford Pmchot, brother of. Amos, was
the center of the great party split which occurred in 1912. "Whcn
Taft became president, and Roosevelt went- on a trip into the wilds
of Africa, Git'ford Pinchot was rounding out the organization of the
forest service. Ballinger was in control of affairs as Pinchot 's supc
J rior and the two clashed over the land, coal and water power re
sources of Alaska. Taft seemed to lean to 'tiresidc of his eabinec
! officer and Pinchot was discredited. The builder of the forest serv
I ice met Roosevelt as he was coming out of the jungles and told" him
his story of affronts, and the man who spoke softly, but carried a
big stick, became indignant. That was the beginning of the in
ternal troubles of the Republican party which resulted in the tre
mendous upset at the Chicago convention, when those who became
' known as Progressives bolted the party,
j , " At that historic convention, after Roosevelt accused his oppo
: nents of being everything short of assassins, Warren G. Harding
was selected to nominate Taft and, in a speech of considerable force,
he proclaimed Taft to be all that he should be as a presidential can
didate. Evidently Amos 'LMpchol and his associates have not forgotten
this act of Harding and.so the branch of the Progressives represent
ed by the Pinchots is organizing to fight the man who was instru
mental in nominating"" aft in 1912.
How formidable this third party movement will' become is not
yet to be determined. So far no great leaders of the Republican
r party are identified with those who forget not, neither do the' for
i give. .
( Senator LaFollctte is mentioned as a prospective standard bear
er, but the "Wisconsin senator was so thoroughly repudiated during
i ( the war, his leading of a forlorn hope would not seriously menace
the welfare of the regular Republicans, unless Johnson and Borah
were to co-operate,
i While the Republicans are facing the possibility of a division,)
the Democrats are not escaping a somewhat similar drain from their
forces. An independent labor party is being formed, which will
, keep from the Democrats a part of the voting strength of organized
h labor. Thus the damage to the Republican party, which in ay be in
I flicted by the Pinchot diversion, should be neutralized by the draw
I ing away from the Democrats of a percentage of the labor votes,
I THE PRICE OF THE PRESIDENCY.
'A speaker at the Flag day services of the Elks of Ogden de
clared' that the most hopeful thing .in American j)oliti&s was' jibe, de:
feat of those who would nace the' stamp of the dollar on a presi
Up to the present, Ihe big feature-of the campaign is the rebuke
of the men who would make the price of a candidacy for , the presi
dency so'high as to be obtainable only by the expenditure of millions
in a most cpiestionable manner. ,
Nicholas Murray Butler, who is a consistent advocate of his
party's cause, says on this subject: . ,
"The forces defeated in their insolent attempt to buy the nomi
nation represent all that is worst in American business and Ameri
can political life. It is really too bad they hit upon General Wood
as their choice. They should have found someone to support for
whom the country has less respect and less regard.
"The chief task of the convention was to prevent the sale of
! presidential nominations at auction to the highest bidder. Had this
not been done, the party faced not only certain defeat, but crushing
dishonor. The sixty-eight New York delegates who voted for me on
the first ballot were the chief factor in stopping the Ilindenbur
drive to overwhelm the convention by the power of unlimited money
and by strong-arm methods in preferential primaries,'
Jt is generally conceded that had Wood won at Chicago. afte.
Johnson and Borah made their disclosures of the slush funds, the
Republicans would have been handicapped to such an extent as to
make success most doubtful.
I NOW THE DEMOCRATS CAN WORRY.' ''" ' - '
At Chicago the, Republicans had their league of 'peace to' perplex
and worry them almost to distraction; until a message" from Elihu
Root cleared the atmosphere.
Now the Democrats arc about, to 'have their period of distress.
Delegations already on the scene of action are forecasting a bitter
fight over the liquor question. The "dry,J plank which was losi
in Chicago, somewhere between a conference room in a hotel and tho
j Coliseum, was found on the street by Wiilliam J. Bryan who is car
j l'ying it to San Francisco to be used in the construction of the Jef
J fersonian platferm.
i But word has been received that the delegations from the large
cities are for a "wet" declaration. Chicago, New .York, Philadel
phia, Boston, St. Loiiis and San' 'Francisco delegates are lining up
j for a modification of the "dry" laws, even though the supreme court
has fixed prohibition as a constitutional requirement which cannot
I be" overcome except by an amendment to the constitution.
There will be powerful influences back of the Edwards cam
paign for president and should Edwards be named to stand on a
"wet" platform, the Democratic party would be in the worst plight
I of its long history of embarassments.
H OPENING OF FISHING SEASON.
H ' Fond recollections and pleasing expectations sent more than one
H Ogdenite out to the wilds at an early hour this "morning, and the
H exodus -will continue so long as there is a man or boy in Ogden who
has a fishing, pole, a rig and a hope left to join in the procession
H along the streams of Utah.
H For today is the first day of the -fishing season to many the
K greatest day in, the year.
H Automobiles have taken the place of horses and wagons as a
Hl means of conveyance. In the days before the motor vehicle, Ogden
j canyon was lined with . horse-drawn rigs when the fishing season
1 opened. Tomorrow the auto will be everywhere, and the fisherman
H will have the advantage -of being able to reach distant streams with-
1 in less time than it formerly required to get well, into the 'canyon.
H There will be many a wonderful catch described in a wonderful
H way. Afore than half the joy of fishing is in telling how the fish
OUTBURSTS OF EVERET TRUE
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DR. YANCEY DAILY ARTICLE
JJY Dll. .7 AM lis I. VAXCK. .
, "Our friend dW-d sis a pood sport unit
a true Christian." This was what the)
preacher said at his funeral. lie was
a crack shot and had won tho cham
pionship at the Pihchurst meet a row
months before. He- Svas a good sport.
He had been a member of the churcn
for more tharr thirty years, and haa
lived n consistent life. He was a true
Christian. And so he deserved wnai
was said about hiin.
The two things are not usually har
nessed together. The popular notion
is thai if a man Is a good sport, he
must cut out the church: or if ho is a
true Christian, ho must crucify ma
sporting propensities. We are not in
the habit of thinking of one man plum
ing both roles al the same time. Yet
What Is there in clean sport to cut
In, "between a man and-his God? Is
religion such a dull and monotonous
.proposition that one must camp close
to the gravgJjo stay good? Jndeed,'
the more you think about it. are you
the two things not only contradictory,
but interchangeable? A good sport
should find it easy to he a true Chria
tian, and a truo Christian must be a
good sport. .
A good sport plays a clean game,
lends helping hand, is a good losor
and looks tho future in the face with
out a fear.
Arc not these the features wo. paint
Into the portrait of a truo-Christian ? I
He must play a clean game. If he Isj
guilty of anything that is yollow, out
he goes. "Blessed are the pure in
heart, for they shall see God."
He must be fair to the othor fellow
and lond a helping hand. This is the
very essence of Christianity. "Ye that
arc strong ought to boar the infir
mities of tho weak, and nol to please
He must be a good loser. Advorsity
is a test. He is a poor Christian who
reaches for the erown but runs from
the cpks , . - , .-
FOR LITTLE FOLKS
THE MYSTERY SOLVED.
It was a great mystery about "Wal
ly Wopdchuck getting upstairs Trom
(he kitchen without anyone soeing
him, and n still greater mystery how
he got the children up here and
into their trundle beds! When ev
eryone knew he had put them out
that very day.
But while Tingaling and the twins
stood watching Wally rocking the
babies and singing to them in his
electric-sweeper voice, who should
(Mushroom talked so fast he was all
out of breath.
j Tingaling, the fairy landlord, jlng
; i led his bells meaningly, and Wally
(shivered. tHe was mortally afraid
j he'd get one tied on, or six maybe.
Wally had no answer for this.
("Well," he said finally, "the birds
idrop their babies out of tho nest
to leach 'em to fly, don't they? And
I read in the 'Log Hollow Bugle'
,that the people of Tlmbuc-Zanzicas-,car
throw their children into the
come rushing upstairs but the wise
old Magical Mushroom. He had been
keeping guard outside. "Oh, ho, so
there he is!" he exclaimed, point'
ing to Wally. "I'm going to tell on
him. He made a new hack door
jvny out of the kitchen, while you
were waiting in the parlor for your
tea, hunted up his lost babie3, and
then rushed home again with them.
Re dug a hole in the roof of his
bedroom and dropped them in." The.
MOTOR CONVOY ON
WASHINGTON, June 14.-Thc army ,i
transcontinental motor convoy left
Washington today on the first lap of
its 3060 mile journey to Los Angeles,
Cal., over the Bankshead national high
way. The convoy is scheduled to '
reach its destination September 17.
The route to be followed traverses
the south Atlantic states to Atlanta,
Ga then turns west through Alabama,
Tennessee, Texa3, New Mexico and
Arizona. Thirty-four trucks, nine pas
senger cars and six motorcycles com
prise the train which is manned by
twenty officers and 160 men.
SINGLE TAX PARTY
TO HOLD CONVENTION
NEW YORK, June 13. Tho. Single
Tax party will hold a national conven
tion In Chicago beginning July 10, it
was announced here tonight from na
tional committee headquarters.
The call "for the gathering which is!
signed by Robert C. Macauley of'
Pennsylvania, accuses the" Democratic i
and Kpublican partlc& of tho fur-l
water to teach 'cm to swim, so I
thought I'd try the same thing
"You're a queei' 'tin," said Tinga
ling. 'And youre quite sure it
wasn't because you wanted all the
food for yourself?"
Wally nodded that ho was well,
"All right!" said tho fairy, turn
ing away. "Don't do it again, and
I'll let you off this time. Come on,
(Copyright, 1020, N. B. A.)
therlng of summary legislation Involv
ing communism and paternalism equal
in effect to tho program of the Social
ist party, Endorsement of the coni
mitteo of forty-eight, which will hold
a conference in Chicago at the same
(Imc, will be solicited, It was, stated.
WOMAN KTS U. S. IyACE
WASHINGTON. June 14. Recess
appointments made today by President
Wil3on Included: Mrs. Gonevo D. Rcld,
of California, to be receiver of public
moneys at San Francisco.
The JoyOf A" B
ow tnc anc
ifcllfy happiness that comes J
ft iV$a sin Puri,v an
il V beauty. The soft, dis- 1
( tinguished appearance it ' 1
8' l Venders brings out your 1 J
natural beauty to its full- i :
est. In use over 70 years. j
By LEE PAPE J
Luj-um ii i i 1 1 1 in iniiBmui ii 1 1 bihi ii ill m
r was looking in the window of a
candy and ice crccm 3tore yestldday
wondorlng how it 'ould foci to werk
In there even without cny wages, and
some lady came up with a little witej
toy poodle on the end of a chain, say-i
ing: O, little boy, will you please hold
I'Tuffle for mc. for a few mlnnita, I
simply must havo a drink of soda
And she gave mc the chain to hold,
saying, Now be good, Fluffle mama's
coming rite out agon. And she went
in tho store, being o fat lady with thin
eyebrows, and the little dog tried to go
In after her nnd startod to bark like
cnything, mc holding him back by
pulling on the chain, wlch Jest then
who came tip but Skinny Martin and
Leroy Shoostcr, and they started to
laff like enythlng, Skinny Martin say
ing. What is that Benny, a dog or a
Wy dont you ger a dog your size,
Benny? sed Leroy Shoostor.
Aw, thats rite, you follows are jest
jellsa, thata alls tho matter with you
fellows, T sed. And Skinny and Leroy
Shoostcr kopp on laffing and making
Insulting romarka, uutch as, Thats the
werst looking dog I ever saw, If I had
a dog like that I wouldn't admit It.
Thats no animal, its a vegtlble. And
they was still making them wen Mary
Watkins and Lorotter Mincer came
up. Mary Watkins saying O wat a per
feckly bewtiflll dog, and Loretter Min
cer saying, O, Izzent he jest too cun
ning for enythlng, I think he's per
Skinny and Leroy dont think so,
they think its a fearsc looking dog, I
sed and Skinny quick sed, I do not,
cant you take a Joak, its a all rite of a
dog, and Leroy so.ld, Ive saw werse
dogs than that, cant you take a Joak?
Wlch jest then the lady camo out.
saying, Pleers mama, Fluffle, don't cry
and hecrs a quartor for tho nice little
boy for minding you. Meening me,
and sho gave mo a quarter and I took
Mary Watkins and Loretter Mlncor In
the storand Leroy wawked away try
ing to look Independent.
T0DAY IN fflSlW
tfeWJaop n 1 j
One hundred and forty-eight years,
ago this morning, at 9 o'clock, Old
Bon Franklin walked Into the office
of the Saturday Evening Post in Phila
delphia and sent for the foreman.
"See here, Bill," he said, "you've
done a lot of kicking about my copy,
but you'll never get anothor chance.
I've got a stenographer."
And he had. The old wizard had
Invented a system of phonography all
his own the first shorthand and
had trained a giggling, gum-chewing,
powder-and-rouge-uslng damsel in Its
And, after having dismissed tho
foreman, Franklin put his feet on the
desk and dedicated an editorial.
Unofficial history has It that the
printers tenderod the stenographer a
vote of thanks that night.
i . i
I JUST JOKING
Impossible, to Find His Face.
The weary customer had dropped
off to sleep In the barber's chair. The
stubby beard artist made valiant at
tempts to proceed, but eventually nua
to own himself beaten.
"Excuse me, sir," said he, gently
shaking the man In the chair, "but
would you mind -waking up? I can .
shavo you while you are asleop."
"Can't shave me whilo I'm asleep?"
exclaimed the victim, with a wonuwr
ing expression. 'Why not?"
"Because," explained the barber, as
softly as possible, "when you fall Into
a slumber your mouth opens so wide
that I can't find your face." Edin
Wanted n Chance.
"1'ou advocate the equal distribution
"Yes," replied the Socialist.
"If all the wealth wero distributed,
don't you know that in a short wnue
it would be back In the hands of a
"Sure. But I don't underestimate
my intelligancc. I might be one of the
few." Birmingham Age-Herald.
OF LOWER CALIFORNIA
CALEXICO, Cal., June 14. Gover
nor Estaban Cantu, of the n'orthern
district of Lower California, today re
ceived a telegram from Provisional
President de la Huorta reappointing
him to that office, according to an
announcement made In Mexlcalf by
Fedorico Dato, the governor's brother-in-law.
In Ancient Egypt the practice of
medicine was carried out by priests.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is genu
ine Aspirin proved safe by millions and
prescribed by physicians for oyer 20
years. Accept only an unbroken "Bay
2r package" which contains proper di
rections to relievo Headache, Tooth
icho, Enrache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Solds and Pain. Handy tin boxes of
.2 tablets cost few cents. Druggists
ilso sell larger "Bayer packages." As
)inn is trade mark Bayer Manufacture
tfonoacetlcacidester of Salicyllcacld.
BY UNCLE SAM, M. D.
Health Questions Will Bo An
swered If Sent to Information
Bureau, U. S. Public Health Serv
Ice, Washington, D C.
FIGHTTXO THE MOSUITO.
Do you realize that now is tho time
to got busy In order to assure your
self froedom from tho mosquito nuis
ance in summer?
About thi3 time of the year mos
quitoes begin breeding in swamps,
sheltered pools, standing water in old
tin enns, barrola and boxes or other
suitable places. The eggs are usually
laid on tho surface of tho water and
after about a week hatch out into
wlgglc-tailo, which swim around in the
In the south this mosquito breeding
Is now well under way; in the north
It Is Just beginning.
If you have never studied how mos
quitoes breed just hang around until
you find some standing wator in which
there are wiggle-tails. You will ob
sorve that many of them arc at the
surface of the water, apparently sus
pended by a tiny tall. They romind
one of a submarino using a periscope.
TI1I3 "periscope," however, Is really
a breathing tube, for the wiggle-tails
are compelled to come to tho surface
Scientists have discovered that theae
brooding1 mosquitoes can bo drowned,
or choked to death, by covering1 tho
surface of the water with a thin filn,
of kerosene or fuel oil, and "oiling" Is
therefore one of the important meth
ods of fighting the mosquito nuisance.
When the wiggle-tails are not mo
lested they change, after a few days,
Into "tumblei'K," curious looking ani
mals with a largo head surmounted
by one or more horns. These horns
are the breathing tubes of the tum
blers. The tumblers continue to live
In the water very much like the wlg-glc-tails,
swimming about and coming
up to the surface for air. After a few
days more tho tumbler comes to tho
surfaco, splits open, and out comes the
living mosquito with which you arc
Since mosquito breeding goes on
only in water, an offcctlve way to
fight mosquitoes Is to get rid of stand
ing wator by filling, draining; or ditch
ing, or by covering such water with a
film of oil.
In dealing with the pesky house
mosquito, tho onc with that tantalizing
song, it is well to look around in the
back yard for old tin cans, bottles,
burrela, boxes and other trash In whlcn
rain water has collected, for those art
favorite breeding placeB of this variety.
In cities an obstructed roof gutter is
often to blame for mosquito breeding.
The United States Public Health
Service has published an instructive
bullotln on mosquitoes. You can ob
tain a copy freo of charge by writing
to tho Information Editor, United
States Public Health Service, Wash
ington, D. C, asking for Supplement
There are three kinds of mosquitoes
that make most of the skeeter trouble
for man. The only really dangerous
skeeter fin the United States) la
Anopheles. This is tho malarial mos
quito, carrying malarial germs, aaid
Is the only cause for malarial fevers,
especially deadly in low countries,
along rivers and the seaboard.
This mosquito' (only the female
bites) acquires malarial germs by bit
ing a' person having malarial parasites
in tne blood. These parasites are,
thus conveyed to another person, by
biting that person.
The Aedes mosquito is the most
numerous in the United States, espec
ially in tho south. It is a day work
er, while the Anopheles seldom comes
near a person by day. The Aedes,
though, doesn't go to sleep early, and
will bite a long as there's anything
to bite around. This is the yellow
fever mosquito, carrier of yellow fever
germs in tropical countries.
The Culex Is another day and eve
ning worker, busy all the time, bui
not as dangerous to health as the
malarial or yellow fever skeeters. The
Culex is noted as the prettiest of mos-
qultoes, the males having more plum
age than other skeeters. Anophelea
; are the homllest skeeters, also, they
mako less noise and' give less pain in
. the biting. But, while their bites are
painless, they more than make up by
leaving a trail of malarial fever in
Aedes and Culex are noisy rascals,
singing a3 they work, and their bites
are exceedingly painful, but, except
ing the Culex In yollow fever coun
tries, their bites are harmless next
.Not one male mosquito in a million
.will bite. The males arc porfoctly,.
harmless pets to havo round one. Bu
the female of the special! My good
ness, how she can and does bite!"
The female skeeter Is a homely in
sect, without the pretty piumago of
the male, Intended by nature for the
laying of eggs for future generations
of skeeters and for biting.
They lay the eggs upon the surface
of the water. Theae are hatched into
larvae, or "wiggle-tails." A few days
lator these are transformed into pupae,
or "tumblers," which turn into mos
quitoes. All this happens from egg
to skelter in less than 16 days.
Culex skoetors hatch in rain bar
rels, poolq, puddles, etc., near the
house. Aedes usually make their ap
pearance from tin cans or other con
tainers partly filled with water aftor
a rain. Anopheles skeeters are tho
ccanest of the lot. They come from
clean shady, grassy pools In the coun-try.,x
?California Syrup of Figs7'
Child's Best Laxative
Accopt "California" Syrup of Figs
only look for tho name California on
tho package, thon you are sure your
child Js having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver and. bowels. Children love its
fruity taste. Full directions on eacn
bottle. You must say "California."
J Dy WALT MASON. 8 ll
I'm having trouble with my teeth,
the uppor ones, the ones beneath, are IH
ajwuys loose and sore; 1 find my hair IH
is falling out, I have the strlnghalt and H
tho gout, and walking is a bore. It's
hard for me to read a book; my eyes IH
grow weary when I look ten minutes IVH
at a pago; I have a trumpet for .my fl
ears; oh, such things come with pass- H
lug years, the penalties of age. 'I'm H
glad that in the bygone limes I salted
down my surplus dimes, with wintry JH
years In view; with zeal I piled my jH
trcachaut pen, nnd saved a stock of H
iron men enough to see mo through. jH
Now by my flgtrce and my vine I sit JH
and rest and make no whine of fortune
or of fate; I view the world with fail- jH
ing eyes, but see the good that In It IH
lies, and kocp my smile on straight.
And as I gaze I sec old men who failed B
to save tho shining yen In days long H
loft bohlnd; they slave away at dreary jH
toll, and long to have six feet of soil H
In which to end the grind. Thoro'ks B
nothing sadder than tho sight of some IVi
old cripple, weary wight, still toiling
for his bread, still drudging for a mea- IHi
gor pay, recalling money thrown away, 1
and wishing hero were dead. L
Boost your city, boost your friends;'
Boost the lodge that you attend! "
Boost. the 3treet on which you're dwell
Boost tho goods that you aro selling.
Boost the peoplo round about you,
They can get along without you, - ,
But success will quicker find them;
If they know that you're behind thorn. ;
Boost for every forward movement,
Boost for every new improvement; V'
Boost the man for whom yoti labor, ,i
Boost the stranger and the neighbor. 'l-
Cease to bo a chronic knocker,
Ceaso to be a progress blocker. '
If you'd make your city better.
Boost it in a final letter.
Detroit Freo Press. VTS
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TDoesn't hurt a
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Apply a few drops of Freezone upon a
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stantly that troublesome corn or callus
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Stops Hair Coming Out;. J
Doubles Its Beauty. .
A few cents buys "Danderlne." After
an application of "Danderine" you can
not find a fallen hair or any dandruff,
besides every hair shows new life, vig
or, brightness, more color and thick
Defies Age by Using fc
Cream for Complexion
This Pretty Girl Tells Druggists Not to
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Snow a Decided Improvement
Buttermilk Cream , ,
creates beauty al- DjTTf
most like mnglc. JKft&.
Tho most wonder- fpvA
ful thins about it a r!$'ftU
the fact that whilst vifcF
It turns the dullest.
most lifeless com- f&S$Pw!&Bk.
plexlon to ladlant fmM
neauty and makes yflff
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or annrt snowy SMxiM'Am
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not the sllphlest
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No matter whethe- vmf f akl1'
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nails, or Just a simnlp vA.wiu sly fnwr K
face, hands or arms a i,5h,noss Pr ino .
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Irotihien will nulcklv nil.Lov a11 of he
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