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2 . HE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1920. I
i ii i minim
1 ' MARY JANES"
I let us make vouh Excellent quality black : pM-
old shoes over ent leather. One strap. Neat,
... u pretty and durable the
With prices high in .ill I ' . . .
, imes. thrifty people will get very thing for the httie girl
fun wear cut of everything h t fiRi$h out
thry buy. 7? ...
There's no necessity prob the CUmmer With,
ably for throwing away that c , r . i 1 L
old pan- of sohes. Makes a comfortable house
The chances are our repair shoe,
department can put them In
good shape for you, a;id nake Regularly priced at $5.50.
them look almost like new
All sizes from 2 to 6.
im Wash OGDEN,
Li Avenue SSa CTA"
I PONZI GAVE SKIN
Accused Financier Volunteered
for Skin Grafting Operation
After Prison Term
Atlanta. Gn , auk 11. Charles
Ponzi, of Hoston who admitted had
served a term la the Atlanta federal
penitentiary, worked in the office of
ibe record keeper while in prison here
:ind was noted for his quickness at fig
ures and for n is various schemes to
make money. A G. Aldehold, record
Alderhold said he could not pv Bl
lively identify 1 i n;:i arlthoul the Bcr
ullon measurements, bul thai hi
uonvinced he ihe same man from
the pictures and doecriptlons
"After he was released trom prison
in 1912," Alderhold said, ' Ponzi wer.t,
io Blockton, a mining town in Ala
I j bama, where li saved the life of a
I ) young nurse who had been badly
I burned by tbo explosion of a gasoline
B .s'.ove. When doctors decided that lhe;
Hi only way to save her lite was to g-afi
I -kin, Ponzl, according t Alderhold,
I volunteered to le' surgeon- tak-' skin
from his body and 72 Inches were re
moved from his thighs "Two weeks I
I later.'' Alderhoii: s.'ld, "the srrcqn-
said that more rkin would be need"'
Ponzi allowed them to take 50 more
inches, this time Irom his back Citi
zens of Biocktnr endeavored to r . i :
HI the matter before the Carnegie hero
tund commission but nothing irei
came of it "
I MEXICO IS GATHERING
AIRPLANES FOR BATTLE
MEXICO CITY, Aug-. 1 1. The flis:,
escadrille of the Mexican air ervlcel
is to be brought into action to put
down the rehetllon of Bate ban Cantu
governor of Lower California, accord- j
lnu to an otfii Lai bulletin Issued tar
. day. The esc-a.lrille which now la '
i stationed at Jlmlne, Chihuahua, haa
' heen ordered to Irapuuin. There ii will
L be enlarged into a mlerl flotilla, con-
.listing of four reeonnoUering ma-1
jj chines, four pursuit pianos and t w
I The flotilla will then be divided Into
I two esendiilles w hich will ouerute aim- i
I . ultancouBly. One will have its head -1
I .uarters on the Pacific, and th oihrr;
I at Altar, state of Sanora. near the'
I Lower California boundary.. The ope-)
rating radius will be 125 miles from
MfOn has-, which distance i .in be rover-1
ed in on hour. All the machines are !
equtpped with machine Runs
Captain Alfonso Virgin will com- j
maud the flotilla
I COLORADO LABOR UNIONS
PLAN DAILY NEWSPAPER
PUEBLO. Colo, Aug. 12 Prelim
inary ilan. for the est.i hllhment of a
dailv paper to ie printed by the t !olo
rado state f-df ration nf lulior r.
vcr were made at the annual roiiven
uon of the federation here tod a;. .
The convention also voted In favor
of having each delegate contribute one
day's wages to the striking tramway
workers in Denver.
A committee was appointed to con
sider ways and means of establishing
i he newspaper.
I SALT LAKE COUNTY HAS
POPULATION OF 159.282
WASHINGTON. Aug 12. Sal' Lake
county, Utah, containing Salt. Lai e
City, 159. 282; increase 27,856. or 21.2
Miami. Ariz, 6,689, incorporated
Dlnuha. Cal . 3,400. Increase 2,43n,
or 2f0 B pr cent,
Marion county, Indiana, containing
Indianapolis. 148,061, Increase st I00,
or 32.0 per cent.
Or.ondnga county. New York, con
islnlng Syracuse 241,465, increase 41,
J 67. or 20 6 per cent
Supreme Question is Extinc
tion of Liquor Traffic, Says
Rev A. S. Watkins
GKR.MANTOYVX. Ohio, Aug. 12
Kef ore an enthusiastic crowd that
overflowed the athletic field at Miami
military Institute last night, Rev
Aaron s Watklne, standard bearer of
the prohibition party, and D. L. Col
vln, his running mate, accepted their
nomination, both asserting enforce
ment of prohibition laws, and especial -Ij
the Volstead act are vital issues.
"To ns the supreme question is not
equal suffrage, ihe league of nations i
lahoi. Mexico or Armenia nor any
minor question on which all agree, hot
extinction Of the liquor truffle." said!
Rev Watkin." "Notwithstanding that
we have prohiblilon in the constitution
both political party conventions have:
refusrd to assume 'be responsibility
for the innlntenanc of the Volstead
enforcement law, 1 declared Mr. Col
VIIXAG1 1 L )
The oahdidatea will carrj th gosp-.i
of their party into every Motion "f the
country by airplane Decision for the
air campaign was reached la'e today
by the national executive committee.
Todav waa Germantown's big day.
Business halted at noon and by 2
o'clock the streets were thronged with
crowds out to do full honor to G-er-1
mantow n a favorite so.i, and his run
,' t 3 o'clock the day s first notifi
cation ceremony, an .automobile pa
rade moved with tho red coated
meteor band of PlQUa, of San Fran
Claco, r-inocrui convention fame, at
In-ad. The parade disbanded afteri
passing Rev. slkln s home, where he!
' members ot the executive iom
miiiee reviewed it.
Attendance at the speech making
winch look place tonight was lorge. '
Reviewing me hlstOl'j f the pro-'
hlbitlon party and ai tinK praatically
every reform measure adopted by the'
national government since ihe cl tl ,
war .wis diasctl) til,- result of the;
platform of the first actional prohlbl-'
lon convention In lb72.
H l' Parria of Clinton. Mo., who
delivered the notification speech to!
Rev. Watkins; streaaed the plainness
and fairness of the 1930 prohibition
platform Referring to the Volstead
act, he declared 'no lepeal or modi
fication of present law- must he coun
tenanced, considered or connived at."
STATE FOREIGN I'Ol.U V
Mr. Watkins favored signing the
peace treaty at once With whatever
reservation, and amendments possible,
d.-. lared in favor of a mandate over
Armenia if the United Slates Is re
quested by the rest of the nutlons of
the world, tnsed intervention in Mex
ico ir peaceful animation falln and
declared for establishment of an in
'I iVtrio, ourt of settlement for labor
The prohibition party, he said, has
alWaya beet In favor of equal suffruj;.
The election of a dry pren!deni is
equal In importance to the election of
a dry congress, the nominee asserted
Mrs France Baauchamp, Lexing
ton. K . notified Mr. Colvin Of his
AMERICAN SAMOA NATIVES
HATED NAVAL GOVERNOR
SAN' PRANClSCp, Aug 12 Re
moval of Commander w . j Terhune
as naval governor of American' Sam
oa, recently reported in Washington
' advices, foilowod demands from of
ficers and natives of Samoa for an "f-
,ficlal inquiry Int., ibe administration
of the islands, according to advices
! from Samoa made public here today.
Since June, according to these ad-
1 v ices, there have been demonstrations
I i:gatn?t the administration of Justice
I .in.i i mi affairs culminating in a roofc
fight between natives and sullorx and
I the stoning of the governor's residence.
Fleutcnant Commander I It Bou
cher, whose removal as captain of the
'ard fit r.-igo Pago prr Ipltati 1
an indignation meting, u as heri to re.
port to naval authorities The natives
regarded his as their friend. Samoa
advicea said He declined to comment
on the Samoan situation
I Don't Poison Baby.
F0uAO, mOSt eTTJ moth"r thought her child must haT
r- PAREGORIC or ii to make it sleop. These drugs wiU produce
1 sleep, and a FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produoo the SLEEP
FROM WfifcCH THERE IB NO WAKING. MJTSSSSSlSlS
hare been killed or w hoes heAlth has bem ruined for life by paregoric, lauda
num and morphine, each of which is a narcotio product of opium. DruffKists
are prohibited from selling either of the narcotics named to children at aJJ or
to anvbodv without labelling them "poison " The definition of " narcotic "
is : "A mtdiane which relicts pain and products eUep, but which in povson
oitt dntt produces stupor, coma, convtilnono and death." Tho taste and
smell of medicines containing opium, are disputed, and sold under tho names
of " Drops, " Cordials," " Soothing Syrups' otc. You ehould not permit any
medicine to be given to your children without ou or your physician know
of what It is composed. C ASTORIA DOES IsOT
CONTAIN NARCOTICS, If it bcare tho signature f -of
Chas. H. Fletcher. sfr TSr
Qennine Castorla alwaje bears the signature of -ccciX
VILLA BOASTS 1
Of HIS EXPLOITS
Saw American Soldiers Pass
Before Cave in Which He
Was Lying Wounded
SAN PEDRO, oahuila. Mexico Anc
ii ,via Laredo Junction. Francisco
"v illa, ;uirrend rd bandit of northern
Mexico, vws In a talkative mood todny. I
('hooping the veranda o the rnncL
'house of MadeiO ESlCUatro neat here,
' nt the conolusl'ir of a dinner where
he and ''is aides were frtiestfl the
cb if ft in elaborated on ihe policies h
now deem.' p.vpi v''f m for himself md
associates io DUFSlie and held his hear
ers Intent with les of his maneuvers'
which k pt dim safe from rapture at
!the hands of the Pershing punitive i jr.
P'dition into Mexico in 1916.
lie also further reaffirmed his con
cern ior Mexico first by cefUSing 'n
i terviews wlt'u American newspaper
correspondents ;:nd pose? for Amen
can motion plctu e photographer.-, ie
clnr'ng that he knew "much money
would be niam irori iho tterviewe
and films." rnd preferred tha:
countymen ol a icfi pnraiiits migh1 be
, the first to tak advantage cf his int
jest notoriety, the profits realized'
therehv retua nins; In "my country
Vii)a confirmed reports that he wasl
! wounded. He d'Clgred, however, 1 18 1 j
Ins wound cani'- duiinr: a fight with!
' Carranzistas with n five days after he!
i Tershlng epedliirn entered Mx.oo i
land ;ha his leg was also broken In
'three places. His wound and suffer J
j )ng, he said, cnr.ie to h mi In the mldai
of his efforts to organise a great bf.nd I
of followers to attack the Americans
He declared he 1 ad p.rked tWOlVI Ivin
Id'-ed faithful follower! to oecoiiipllsh ;
the task of recruiting, dividing them;
i into groups of two, three, four an1 five I
! men nil of vich were dlsraiched
I throughout Chihuahua to spread pro
IpagandA intended to a. . nice r,re: j
I uprising of citlseni against me puni
ih ' xpedltion
He wits conl'Jint. he InviStiil, tliftt
Iho cou'd have equipped nt lea.t SO00 of
ihsc recruits with rifles, th.- o'hets
ii e.i.ry knives two feet k:,.
"I never lef! the slate of CiJ I uuhua
wide Pershing was In the icuntry,"
boagted the chief i sin
"Aflrr lleinR wounded io of my
jrouilrt carriel r.ie to a ctive in tL-u
ImoimtainB Tho cave was located in.
'the ctnter of a perpendicular ci ff
which rose 50 meters from a broo. on
the level pialn below."
LIES WOUNDED IN CAVE
Villa said he lived In this cave ior
live v. eeks. , reco erlng frni bis In
juries and often saw American sol-hi-
rs on a htll lop, two hundred yards
Heroes. he brok. He took particular
ptiina to emph?ire hi-, anccessea
i.iin-: c rtaia of his 9nenile-i in Mex
ico. His favorn. recollolt' 1 In this
conuertlon witt. bow he escaped death
at tl c hands of n Huerta firing squad
by five minutes iroutht th"! arrival of'
a irlcgrajn from Madoro )r'deriu
Huetia to sen l him to Mexici 1 1
Pinal disarming and paying off of
Villa fnd his men will probably lak
place at (he towr of Tlahual o. i rail j
road f 'op near he Chbi'-i that line, In
.-ead oi Torreon Gomez Pnlacto whort
ii h:.- been previously announced tho
c i monies wen to tal.c- lac
Army Airmen Fight for Lives !
When Accident Occurs
Four Miles Above
WASHINGTON, Aug. 12. Army tvi j
ators have Ion fince ceased to jet
I many thrills out of routine ir even 3
"stunt" flying. I? is sold, but an excep- I
'lion shotild be n.ade in the case of two 1 1
I sergeants who recently set out to
Iiwhr the world's altitude record fcr a
parachute Jump it McCook Held I
, 'on i i aef-.-.rdlr c m an ai-- service
j announcement. The men were Ser
geants Strong R. Madan and Ralph
t The sergeantl without Intimating
the nature ol their objective, took 'he
air in Lc Pen- iwo-seated plane with
iiadan ae the pdot and Bottreil wear-1
' ing a standard r.rmy parachute of the!
double-pack typo Aftei flying tor an
liour the plane haa reached an altPndr
of 2f,( lei t ard S n ant Bottreil
starte.l to climb out of the cockpit to'
' make the jum,. i.
The reales g of his parachute
however, accident t'ly caught on the.t
j fuselage of the plane and the pan I
chute opened prematurely, dragging fi
the sergeant out over the rail of the f
machine Bound's arm struck the!
I rudder of tho plane as he went b..
tearing some liK-ments of his arm an I
ripping rif! a Bkeve of his lurlin-.:
thing coat. A strap of his harneae
at the same time caught tne ruddt i
and tore it from the plane. Phe p ra
chute 1 elf wga damaged bul ipened
as Ihe 8ergoa.i,i cleared the machine I
rnd started his ..,ng descent
Sergeant Bottreil lost cons.derabl"!
bkod from his Injured arm during the,
chop, bu made p. fafe landing In a
plowed iieic ,nd received medical at
tent ion m time to prevent any serious,
' lesult from his Injury
Mennti r.e, Sergeant Madan, in a
ruddrrlesa airplane 80.000 feet lu thej
was having roubles 0f hi? owa
.He final! found a position where be
could m:'ntai; a straight High! b)
keeping the throttle in a certain pi. l
t un and tlltina Ihe plane wii. the
ailerons. In Ihia manner he elided
down to within about 8000 feet of eoriii
Where he managed u make a widi
ifurn by ;uggllog nis throttle ?Qd ail(
ron controls, 'raightened ou. ami
; muds a perfect landing without tur
;her damage to his machine
IK. OF P. AGE LIMIT CUT
FROM 21 TO 18 YEARS
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 12 a con
'.onal amendment reducing tin
OR' limit for i nt ranee fion lo is1
wus adopted by the sup re nil
lodge of Knights of rythlas In session j r
here. 1 1
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I DOUG IS TRAINING THE CHAMPION FOR HIS BOUT ON LABOR DAY ,
WITH BILLIE MISKE i
A WONDERFUL I
At Two Stages of Life Lytiia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Made Mrs, Fairburn Strong
Chattannnf-a. Tenr ''I used Lydi
E Pinkham's Vep'etibic Comnounrt
Ehe f nrr. my baby camo
hen I could no
me of the rlroDsica!
effort wh'0.h?o often
Hme?, It. he'Dedmo
wp my 6rst expert
pe.e with thg Vcge- H
t. ab'e Compound.
ytari afterwards I
took it dnr'ncf the Ournge of Life and
got along so well T Ararcely wer had to
lie ''own during the day -?nd .ldom iMfl
bad dizzy fainting spells. I am now
well and strong, car do til roy house
work with perfect ease and it is a com
fort to me to be able to say to other
Buffering women 'Take Lyrlta EL Pink
ham's medicine and bo strong. 1 I will w
be glad to have you use my name if it
will be the means of helping any one." ; ;
Mrs. R. A FABBinw, 606 Orchard
Knob Avenue Chattanooga. Tenn.
For forty years this famous -oot and
b.3rb medicine has been pre-eminently
succes-gful in controlling the diseases of
women. Merit lone cnu'H have Stood
thi" teat of time-.
If vmi v.'.int plenty of thick, beauti
ful, glossy, silky hair, do by all means
get rid of dandruff, for It will starve
your hair and ruin It if you don t
It doesn't do much pood to try to
brush or wash it out. The only sure
wjy to get rid of dandruff is to dis- -JJjB
!ve it, then you destroy it entirely. i
, To do this, get about four ounces ol or
I dlnary liquid anon; apply It at niht
when retiring; use enough to mdl ten
he scalp and rub it in gently With
i the finger Hds
By morning, mosr If not all, of your
i dandruff will be gone, and three of
four more applications will completely
; dissolve and entirely destroy evor?
single sign and lr; ce of it
You will find, too. that all Itching
and digging of tho scalp will stop, and
vour hair will look and feel a hundred
I times better. You can get liquid ar
j von at any drug store It is Inexpen
sive and four ounces is all you will
I need, no matter how much dandruff
v mi have. This simple remedy never
rTtRY this approved rem--edy.
Ju3t the tonic for
depressed 'feeling, loss of 1
appetite, digestive troubles,
brain fag, or slow recovery
from influenza and kindred
I ailments. A tonic, alterative
and diuretic for blood and
TO DEATH I
Wher the hodv begins to stiffen
moT""rnent becomes painful it mm
i usually an indication that the V
kidneys ar ovt of order. Keep
those organ? healthy by taking
GOLD. MEDAL (
Th vorld's standard remedy for kidney,
li-'er. bladder and uric acid troubles.' kaflj
Fnmour sine- 1696. Take re(pjlarl7 nd
t-ep ir. good health. In three siros, al
druciris;6. 'iur.raotced ae ropraBentod
UoV fr tk nn,f GM MedtJ on eiery ttaj
-n'J J-ccp do ucjtatlon
U?-d for 70 Years 4R!M
Thi'j its use Grand Tiother's Affit'yi
youthful apptarancc has T 1 I !
remained until you'.li has ''t
renders iraves the joy j8nfij
lirls! Buttermilk Turns Dull
Lifeless Complexions to
No fus jutt try it this new way, Guar
nteed. Simply ask your druji$t for
Howard's Buttermilk Cream
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