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I i 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER nircnAV FVFNTNr. SEPTEMBER 7, 1920. "4
I QUIT TOBACCO j
K 7r I
:3o easy to drop Cigarette,:
Cigar, or Chewing habit j
ISO-To-Bac has helped thousands i
break th cosily, ncr o-shattet Ing to
llsveco habit. vVhenoxer 'u have i
ionxlnx for a smoke or chew. Jus
lilac :i harmlrvi No-To-Ba tablet lr
your mouth Instead. All desire stops
Shortly the h.iblt Is completely broker
and you are hotter olf mentally. hsi
cally. financially. It's so easy, so slm
pla. Get a box of No-To-Bac and I
It doesn't release you from all cravini
for tobacco In any tor.o, on drugjr.i
slll refund your mone. Without ques
tlon. No-To-Bac Is mt.d by the. own
prs of Casenrets th vefore Is thor
ourhly reliable- Adv.
I "DAN DERI NE
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few crnts buys Danderine. After
an application o' Danderine you cs.n
not find a fallen hair or any dandruff
besides every hair shows new i-.
vigor. brighfner. more color r. nd
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Bayer Tablet! of A:pir,n" la genu j
ine Aspu m proi ed Mffl by millions an i
prescribed by ph.VFlcians for over Jd
years. Accept only an unbroken "Bay
er package" which contains proper SI i
rections to rellev. Headache, Tooth '
ache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism.)
folds and I.tin. Handy 'n boxes of!
12 tablet- r...,i lew cent?; Druggists
siso 6ell larger "Bayer packages." As
plrln is trade marh Bayei Manufacture!
Monoafeticaciilfster of Sallcvlicacid
I LETTER FROM
Tells Remarkable Story of
Sickness and Recovery.
Brooksbuw, nd. "When I was a
young girl I clorkeo in mv father's
Tjy (irnrnnnnT tttdob Bt ro an 1 f e d
I II I mHWB caused displacement
I I ' flstfri1 Imfred gTrar
' rfki' 1 v:a rn3rru"1
Til flB at the Bce ot 'RD
aMLi I IIFM tccn went to .-.
5?! 111 tHKl0 or HKut m7
-i". utile and he said
, ' JAir. I had a child I
d be ail right,
J .- : -i
ses twins cam to uj and
-SKLSbbB Id' J. gret all right but
three years later a baby boy came and
1 waj troubled again. I could scarcely
do any work at nil and suffered tor four
ars A neighbor told me about Lydia
V PinkbanVs Vegetable Compound and
I tool it f r a year or mure. Now I
have a baby girl and do not have any
femsls trouble. You can do anything
you Ifka with my letter to helpoth
- H 'a. J. M, BBUCB, R, F. D. Lt, Brooks
The makcra of Lydia E. Pinkbam's
Vegetable Compound have thousands of
rich letters as that above they tell the
tnjth, else they could not have been ob
tained for love or money. This medicine
Is no stranger it has stood the test for
more than forty years.
If there are any complications you do
not understand write to Lydia E. Pink-K-m
Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn
jTrvT- The o " o7 A
I Perfect Skin Jj
Jr JV, Know the jo srvi PJ
ssSW hspptrcj that comci J
4HB to onr thru possessing Q
Y K ikn ot ij-iiy sndj
beauty. The soft, d-n
. v Unguiihtd sppesrance itH
L Venders briag out yoiM Q
I nstursl besu'y to its full-n
ti" In use over 70 yri:. j
! FARM MACHINERY
j TRUST jlTTACKED
; Implement Prices Are Beyond
Reason. Federal Trade
: WASHINGTON. Sept 7 Declaring
prices of farm implements to have
; been Increased without warrant
I through "coneeried action" of manu
facturers anl deslers. the federal
trade -ommislon In a report rerom
I mend reopeninjc of anti-trust procecd
! hues airainpt ih International Ifar
i I y eater compan) and institution of judl-
clsl proceeding against Implement
! mamtfaciurrrs and dealers.
I The commlsalon declares that its ln
I VSStlgStlOn, which was ordered b) the
'senate, disclosed ihat in the period he-
tWeen ISM and 1S18 prices pawl b..
k farm era for implements advanced '
I I per ent with the greater portion of
jfhe increase coming In Jfl7 at! 1,918.,
.This Increase, the rommlsilon aa
i ert . waS larger than warranted t .
I the advance jn the rosts and exp X B
m,oi the manufacturers and dealers and
'.resulted In unueusjly larne pr..ftt.
i ( Rur .() CP 1 1
NotVMihstandi.c the lure f.cm
"jere, according to the commission's re-
I port, "were not prevented from mak
"lnR a much profit as before, because
jthe prices of farm produOtf (pCreaSSi
- to an even Kreater exten:
Tlie rr)rri ;dd. howeer, that If
present Implement prices are main
tained vnile prices of farm products
! decrease, high implement coals "may
.'we become . factor In nrevennrie. the
farmei from making a fair profit."
I Amonjt the farm Implement dealer,
the commission charae concerted ac-'
tlon was practiced ihroueh th. Na-
tlnnal Federation of Implement and'
vehicle Dealers' assoolatlom with of-'
fires a Abilene. MM . and the Baat-
'ern Federation of Perm Maohlner)
dealers, with offlcea at PhllSdelphla, '
'and local c!uts orjesn'red bv these two
DENIAL I SSI l D
CHICAGO. Kept. 7 Statements la-1
ed by the Internationa Harsestrrl
Company and the National lmplmni
land Vehicle association in reply ;. the
report of th federal tiadr- , ommisslon ,
'denied that either oreaniMtlon has St
any time atiempted te fix or maintain1
The International Harvester com-'l
panys statemen: rlfned h Cynil II
McCormlck, chairman of us board of
"11 should be noted that the repor' j
fiors not find prices ot profits in the
frirm Implement industrv excessive,
lexdrbltanl or unreasonable, yel the
commission's figures on manufactur-'
'cr'.s profits arestl evreed this com-i
( "The commission might well have
j added In its report that if farmers
viere.lowcd the same rate of compen
sation PM hour for labor of lhetoeles
and of the', families that the manu-i
fsctiirers pay for the production of I
farm Implements, 11 would be evident
.he farmer nee.l.s all of the advanced1
Pa on farm producta in order to i
m.il;e a decent living. The advance I !
I cea in both cases in due to causes
beyond ine farmers or the manufact
urer' mm rn I 1
No NKtt r M T I S
"The Harvester COmDSAV has never
.hided with au competitor In flx
inK or maintaining prices.
The fnate resolution callln- for
this report did not mention the decree
In the -;!. of (hi Kornmonr aralnsi
hr tlarvestei company. Nevertheless
the commission has unnecessarily and
un.lustfiaidv injected that subj . into
' Not op fact is presented In this
criticism except ihe findtna that the
Harvester company's nercenUixe of
trade in the lines which It is accused
dot re tse."
The statement closed bv asserting
tpat tn- federal court decree- "jaw
this company a certain period to make
certain changes In Its business) and
that tbi p rtod has not vet expired '
The. statement from the Vitlonal
Implement and Vehicle assoc. anon
which claims to renres'-nr nlneiv per
cent of the producers of fwrm .mplc
ments In the country, deelared the re
port was an 'unwarranted attnek on
a conservative and vital Industry 1 l:
"The commission's fienres on profits'
are sa.i.- mlslbadlng. ii does not ln-j
lUde a? prope, .harfes aitalnvt pro-)
fits InCOmS or excess promts T,-Xes. n
frc. on borrowed mor' or cash dls
counts allowed. Figurine In thesal
Items, the nej profit of farm Imple-1
nient manufacturers was lers than l"1
per rent on capital stock Invested, not
counting out paper profit flue to ad-'
ances in unsold Inventory. This as-;
soclatlon has never participated In anvj
pries fixing attempt n the farm im-1
plemeni indnst rj
NtH Itl Ml RI mt
i N ism rMU . RTORJ S
i By tnternstlensl News Service)
IA N 1 M .V George Qalea, who
has become bj - dramatic strcVe the
foremost drue. purveyor in th world
tM ' praseni In London He is the
president of the Ugrert Companv,
which operates the largest chain o.
cirusT stores in America, and vice presl
i Hi Sf 'h" United Tirug compan' . the
larger manufacturing firm in the
r.tate.s. Reeent'y he has become the
managing director of the Boots Pure
Mr Gae is alert In movement and
has keen eves s,d tn n strong face. He
the typical American business man
"'I" ,r '" ' and hi,, evcrv i. tl..n
rvpres? e.iergv and determination
tVHA'fi IHE I 8 1
Sun Sa; BchOol Teacher Now bovs
here is s wonderful example In th.
df of the ant. Fvery dav the ant
eos ;0 work and works all dv Bvorj
da the air. is bus And in the end
Willi. "Semebody steps on him"
The American l egion Weekly.
I ill sfi iii BOl v
"Why, Htn. snld the artlll-rvman
from Battel A . our outfit used to
move so fast that w were always way
1 of the knfantrj and the hid to
s-nd runners up to find us
'"Id stuff." sneered the man from
Batters B. "IN e moved so fast that
when we pot Into a new position th.
shells we hnd Just fired made a bar
rage o that our ammunition wagons
I couldn't ret anywhere near us "
'i I RXOn IVTl I PLA1
in m Mil i n vi i . wir
(By Interoat onjl Nvt Ser c-i
NEWPORT, R. I Governor Beeck
linan has agreed to cover right field (
i Tor the summer visitors' nine when!
tMS fa, e the local clt officials on,
)th diamond here. Proceeds of thai
gan.e go ir, n a'ernlty hospitals hre '
I and In New York.
V .t,v m Vki GETAWA1
(By Intirnmonil Newt Ssr . ,
MUNgTOK. Maaa constable llerb
,ert Aldrb h. the local police force
t urually "locks th town up at I a m.
Burglars aware of this blew open an
urlo ;ed safe, in a local store, seized
j ' ,pi f'' They arr being sought
by the police of nearby town
RAIL WORKERS FIRST TO GREET COX ON HIS
ARRIVAL IN NEW YORK
'A. .'-fC tt f H$;'k ' " u he arrived in N. v.- Vm-k
vcr ' Ohio governor
Nineteen Foreigners, Believed
Communists, Sought Lives
of Rich Passengers
SPRINGFIELD, ill.. Sept. 7. Con
fessions from the fight conspirators
said to be directly connected with tho
plot to wreck the "Dial ! Special"
of the Illinois Central railroad near
here Wednesday night were obtained
last night by Chief of Police .Morris
nd federal ap; iit officials declared
heir belief that had the plan bee n car-1
rled out not one passenger on tho
rain would have escaped alive
BLOOiy IIIKM W I VIR
Nineteen foreigners an1 under arrest
land all are declared by officials to be
, Communists. The ir.ick, according to
the confessions, w.:s to have ioen torn
j up about n feet from a bgldge near
the vlllag of HitMel, so that the train
would be plUnged into the ravine,
about fifty feet hi depth.
Whatever passengers remained alive j
Chief Morris declared the confessions
said, the plotters Intended 10 gill and
then "to kit '; in thd teeth of the rich."'
The diamond Sp.-c-lai" v.m.s ..elected
' because only the rich ride on it, poor
people don't ride In sleepers."
A member of the gang was to be'
stationed at the near set farmhouse to
kill Its owner 'f he raised an oUtcry
and phone wires were to be cut, ac-!
cording to the conftssiona.
"In my twenty-three years of police
service i bay never known u more
carefully laid and diabolical plot to,
destroy life." declared Chief of Police'
I v 1 GRAVE CHARG1 s
I Unci conndotloa between the men
In custody itnd other communists who
scattered leaflets here today Urging
destruction of the government and
support of the soviet regime of Rus
sia has been established, uccordinK
to the authorltli l
, Stale and federal warrants charging
COnaplrecy, attempt to commit 8 fe
lony and counterfeiting will prevent
any chum e of llbirt: on bond., of
ifclals dei lare, and lh isht i cn who
hae confessed will be . Id to the
grand Jury . Deportation proceedings
W II I RETUKN6 TI FIND
HVBOl v i DDI : . IN
(Dy Intern tional News Service)
j NKv' VfORK Adolph Grassgreen
must snswer in the Washington
j Heights court to a charge of having
lone too many wi e. The complaln
iant Is Mrx. Lily Grassgreen. of No. 516
I West one Hundred gind Fifty-sixth
street, w ife No. 1. She. was lost In the
war zone for five years ?nd return d
i from what was to have been a tw-o
j months' visit to her parents In Ger
! many to find that Mrs. Mary Grass
green had taken her place. Pot S year
jshe watched her husband's old haunts
I and finally saw him about to enter n
; cigar store at Broadway and ne Hun
dred anil Plfty-Stfacth street
She then- .n ve l bis arr. .( 0n a
'charge of bigamy.
15 IRE PI N I IN Bl DOM
(By International News Sor eel
WOKCHE8TBR, Mom. Mrs. Joel
iStaiig. of Huntington avenue has a
i n ik h i - blooming cereus which Is bear-l
, Ing Its annual blossoms now for the
twelfth time. She believes It seta a
record for lottgevtty.
I ' w.-SWjppr 1 m
lei you doiVn"
drinkers who have
tried the change
to Postum feel
better ; and know
"There's a. Reason
.H,,. .,a ssasBssSSsd
BRYAN WILL WORK
AGAINST RUM AND
NOT FOR DEMOCRAT
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. Wil
Itsvm Jenninps Bryan, arriving in
Washington Monday for his first
visit since the national conven
tions. Indicated that he was going
to be far more in;ccsted during
the presidential campaign In ,
strengthening the cause of prohib
ition than in fighting for the I
election of any candidate.
Mr. Bryan refused to talk of
the contest for the presidency,
adding, however, that he paw no
Inconsistency In his attitude.
"I have seen a prominent Iem
ocrat refuse to support a Demo
Cratlc candidate for the presi
dency and eventually become
president himself," said Mr.
Bryan. "I also have .-eon a Re
publican ox-prcsldent help elect a
I 'emocratlc prerldent ntH remain
not only A member of the Re
publican party, but a cry promi
nent number, so you sec, I am
entirely within my rights when I
decline to discuss the presidential j
VIRGINIA CITY MINERS
STRIKE: 350 MEN IDLE
VIRGINIA CITY, Nev.. Sept. 7.
When their request for an Increase of
$1 a day, In wages making the It ila
for miners and top-men JC a shift,
was denied, about 350 miner worl In
in the Virginia City mines walked out!
i losing down nearly all the properties'
At :i mass meeting in the ball park
the walkout was discussed by the ml-
ners and it was decided to remain out 1
until the demand for increase was I
met. A committor of five was np- J
pointed to confer with the operators.
The walkout is not sanctioned by
the miners' union. It Is understood, as
the union has a working agreement
witli th- operators which holds until i
BARONESS MACDONALD OF
CANADA DIES IN ENGLAND
LONDON. Sept. 7 (Canadian
Press) BarOness MacDonald, of
Barnscllffe, Ottawa, (int.. widow of
tin late Canadian. Sir John Alexander
MacDonald, died Sunday, It was an-
I Susan Apnes MacDonald was creat
I ed n baroness In her own rttrht in 1891
1 1 the depth of her distinguished hus
jband. in recognition of his DuMic ser
: vices. She was born In 1836.
II s II Win Ii hit M Ml
FOR rHIRTY-1 ilQHI vi kRS
(Gy International News Service)
HhiLJENA. Mont. Billy Bishop, age
at .nt-eight years, is forced to retire,
iironi his thlrty-elght-year-old Job of
i neral delivery clerk In the Helena
postof f ice because of his age. His age
la no indication of his ability ar.d en
ergy, but he must bow to the Ironclad
rules of the poslofflce department, ul
tl.ough appeals of prominent Helena
men and postal officials were taken
direct to Postmaster General Burleson
He retired August 20, in accordance
with Ihe final decision of the depart
(By lnternation.il New Service)
BAS'I PALSSTENS, Ohio M. M.
Martin, local no-vspaperman. holds
hi - i.o-:i .mi .. i it 'if of ihe Infer-
Sunday School Baseball league oul
because he refrains from attending
The constitution of the league pro
vldes that any person who attends
Sunday school Is Ineligible to be th
local "Ban Johnson."
So Martin sleeps late Sundays.
J 1 1 i.n i i m i . i v I N p
BKRKELEY. Pal . Sept. 3 Journ
alism classes at the I'nlverslty of Cali
fornia were suspended when the fall
semester opened because It was an
nounced, of the need for street econ
omy and th- Innbilltv of the university j
to obtain experienced Instructor.'
Students requesting journalism in-1
truction are betng referred to one
course in the F.nglish department. Th.
class it ts expected, will ! the nuc-.
leu for later development of journ
At .present mar.) wome manage
their own farms on Vancouver
PUBLIC DEBT OF
y. s. mm
Beginning of New Year Will
See a Reduction. Assure
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. Notwith
standing a continuing deficit In gov
ernment financial operations, St-cre-tary
Houston In announcing a new
offering of certificates of Indebtedness
declared that the beginning of the
new year would sec 8 reduction in the
nut Ion's gross public debt.
The offering of certificates com
prises two Issues and "ill total about
JOu,uOU.OOO. Both Issues will be dat
ed September 15, one maturing In six,,
months and bearing 5 per cent inter
est, and the other maturing In one'
year and bearing (J per cent interest.!
The proceeds obtained from the sale!
of these two Issues. Mr. Houston said,'
Will partially offset maturing certifl-'
rates aggregating about 1500,000.000, 1
uhlch must be paid before November.;'
ihe remainder of the maturing certifl- 1
rales will be met from funds received!'
through the payment of Income and ' :
profits taxes due September 15.
Since the beginning of the current
fiscal year, the treasury' deficit has
grown to 9116,806,000, according to 1
the statement This was attributed
largely to payments to the- railroads,
whose earnings were guaranteed un-1
der the transportation act for the six
months period ending September 1. 1
Mr Houston s ilo :hc;,e pnnn nts hnc
exceeded J 130.000. 000. Sepiember. he1
Bold, will witness payments to the rail-j
toads relatively heavier.
Ths gross public debt amounted to 1
??4.3i:4.672.00o September 1. This
represented an increase of $2C.350.000 , 1
since July 1. Mr. Houston said.
SEATS HAD BEEN STOLEN
l OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 7.- Seventy-j
" e, sll th.- 1 its in the rjuitsd
. n h her n 1 c stolt n
- .. Thi discos erj
"f tfie theft wax not madi until Sun-
day night, w hen the church building
I was opened for services. The thief!
had en sred bj m ens of 1 pass key.
TOKIO CITY OFFICIALS
WILL VISIT U. S. TOWNS I
TOKIO. Sept. 1, A delegation f rom ' B
II Toklo municipal assen.bly Is plan- H
ning to 1 lelt the 1 e.; to studj I
1 ii 'i ps ii ilarl K
1 oads and tramways. I
WANTS BALLOT CHANGED. R
READING, Mass Bepl 7 K Sena- I
toi ESdward B Eamos, who Is runnln
for the governor's council, is advoca' B
ing a bill to have candidates, names H
put od the ballot in the order mniiina- B
D pa 04 r- ..re f 1 1 ,J
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
Deal treak er rn t roar msterls ia
a joor dye. Insist on "Ihamond Hres.'
Easy directions in every psclcsge.
GIRLS! MAKE A
Lemor.s WhJten anJ Double
Beauty of the Skin
Sque. z -ho Jttlce of two lemons lijt 1
a oottle containing three ounces af
or. hard White hlch can be had st
any drug store, shake well and 'j
have a quarter pint of harmless Q.1
delightful lemon bleach for few cents
sweetly fragrant lotlo
into the face. neck, arms and hand . I
lay, then hortl aote tho beauty
Bi vour skin.
Ksmoua stage beauties ue le:n. n
Juice to bleach and tr n.- that sof-.
. jr. rosy white compiexbn LeSBOBS
have always been uf ed as a freckl. J
SUahSU and tan rSSSQVet Muse tl I
ap and try it Advertisement.
Call for the Democratic 1
County Convention I
The Democratic convention of We
ber county for the purpose of noniinat
ing legislative and county officers will
be held at the court house In Ogd n.
ut 10 a. ni.. Saturday. September 11.
The officers to be nominated are as
fnllows: One state senator (four-year
term); one state senator (two-year
term); four members of the house of
t eprerentntlvea (two-year term): one
county commissioner (four-year term);
cne county commissioner (two-year
term); clerk and auditor, treasurer,
recorder, sheriff, attorney and survey
or Ogden City delegates will name
city Judge and constable.
The primaries for the said conven
Hon wil be held at 7:30 p m . Wednes
day, September S. in the city and
county In the city the five municipal
stsrdl wil meet nt the court house In
the county the precinct meetings win
be held at the usual places for such
The pr sett ta tlon will be four dele
gates foV ever) 100 votes cast for M. H.
Welling for fgmgr'-ssman in 1918 The
district representation will be zn fol
lows: Ogden City First. 3: Second. 2;
Third..:. Fourth. i Fifth. 2; Sixth. 3
Seventh. 3; Eighth. 2; Ninth. 4; Tenth,
2; Eleventh. 2: Twelfth. 2; Thirteenth.
2; Fourteenth, 3; Fifteenth. 1; Six
teenth, 2; Seventeenth. 2; Eighteenth,
i ill Ts rOTHRIVl l
oi. i M DAKOTA WOODS
(Cy Internal. onal New Service)
VAiEi CITY. N D. Sixty ring
necked pheasants wers set nt liberty
i i the wooded country near h re re
i t ntly by the North Dakota fish and
game commission. Four more flock?
oi sixt . -i i will be liberated In other
parts of the state in the next few
weeks. The birds vere bred on the
Stats game farm near Grafton.
This Is the inauguration of n cam
Patgn to stock North Dakota farm
lands and unsettled areas with this
hardy and gorgeous bird which fur
nishes splendid shooting and Is rnre
Ij toothsome. The most succs:.ful
xpsrlmenl of the kin ever made In
America was In Oregon. A few ring
i eck phe-jsants liberated there multi
plied so rapidly that In a fen years
they were plentiful in nil the wild
COVertS of the state. The original home
of the ring-neck Is northern China,
where the winters are seere and It Is
believed North Dakota will be ideally
adapted to a bird of such racial cold
- m RAMI N i M w im. PI ; s
( HI H( 1 1 l nil Efi i NDER"
(By International Newe Service)
M1O0LETOWN, N Y What with
a drop of ll'iuot fetching as much as
a drop of gold, two thirstv bhrglars
found no difficulty In deciding that the
sactamental wine In the local Catholic
church would be the easiest and mo.st
negotiable loot in town.
Straightway the two young men en-
red the church and pried open th
wine cupboard with knife blades and
loaded the booty Into potato sacks.
One bottle remained In the cupboard a
dusty bottle of an ancient vintage
stored away for a great occ-islon This
Mh- opemd and .stayed by it until the
hec hurch sexton found them snor
ing with gusto on th.- altar st.ps .
policeman led them zlg-zag-llv to the
CI imp M re BUSY
(By International New Service)
KoSTON High cost of living has
roved no check on Cupid, according
tO City Hall figures, which show that
o date there have been over A00 more
marriages hero this ynr than Inst.
I IB k.,,r, ytU, i4w,, r,Blr d, M
or falr.rr.i titijrM: )Mt irj K 0 R 0 L A X :
' i'i If iiol,una Bf,t ta rvt I
triKjL Ovt1nb, ( bity dn,triU cr.rT.
wbtr: Kinh, i, rUal tot re.n, I
loelpllnc v.rfUpaon huOOn 4,n I
"- i-tl-Mi ( h'riorn. ir?M t I
b1 brtLH nrrouins,, Jti, InSIm I
CjK al-a'O oroUl text p&jtlrll M)IU Q
1. Nineteenth. 2; Twentieth. 2; Twen
ty first. 2. Twenty-second. 2; Twctm
third. 3; Twenty fourth 3; Twenty- B
fifth. 1. Twenty-sixth. 1; Twenty-sev B
enth. 2; Twenty eighth, 3; Twenty- B
ninth. 2; Thirtieth. 3; Thirty first. 4; B
Thim second. 3; Thlrt third. 2; B
Thirty fourth. 2. Thirty-fifth. 2; Thlr- B
tv sixth 2. Thirty e enth. 1: Thirty fl
elgh-h. 2. Thirty ninth. 2; Fortieth. 2; B
Forty first . I; Forty second. 2; Forty-
third. I . Forty-fourth, 3: Forty fifth. 3:
Fortv slvlh. 1; Forty peventh. 1 Forty
eighth. 3; Forty ninth. 3: Fiftieth. 2;
Fifty-first. 2; Fifty second. 3; Fifty-
third, 3: Fifty fourth. 3 Total. Ogden
City, 121. I
Weber County Burch Creek. 2:
Eden. 2; Farr West. 2; Harrl?vllle.
Hooper No. 1. 1. Hooper. No. 2 2; H
Huntsville. 6. Kanesville. 1; Liberty. H
I; Marriott, l; North Ogden No. 1, 3: H
North ogden No 2. 2. l'lain City. '., H
Pleasant View. 3: Randall, 1. River H
dale, 3: Roy, " , Slatervf!... 2: Taylfl m
2; Uintah. 2. Warren, 2. Wee I Warren. B
I; West Weber. 2. Wilson. 2 Total.
Grand total, i7;. H
By order B
WEBER COUNTY DEMOCRATIC M
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By E. T. SPENCER. Secretary. B
HEAL SKIN DISEASES I
Apply Zemo, Clean, Penetrat
ing, Antiseptic Liquid
It unnecessary for you to suffer
witheczema. blotches, nngworm, r. i I,. BH
1 and similar skin troubles. Zgejso,
obtained at any drug store for 33c, or
$1 00 lor extra large bottle, and prompt
ly applied will usually pve instant relief
from itching torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly and vH
efiectively most skin diseases.
Zcmo is a wonderful, penetrating, ' I
disappearing liquid and is soothing to B
the most delicate skin. Ii is not greasy, B
is easily applied and crsts little. Get fl
it today and save all further distress.
The B, W. note Co . C level jad. O. sflw
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only look for the name California on mfc f
the package, then ou are sure, our
child Is having tre best and most sRy
harmless physic for the little stomach, BBsssmP
liver and bowels. Children love its ssfllfC
fruity taste. Full directions on eacn REtf
bottle. You must say "California." faEta
MAPLE LEAF I I
New pack of "Maple Leaf" Salmon is now on th
market. Ask your dealer for it. Don't take a sub
stitute claimed to be just as good. Insist on "Maple
Leaf." It has no equal.
For Sale by All First Class Grocers L U
John Scowcroft & 1 1
Sons Company I
Exclusive Wholesale Distributors 1
OGDEN, UTAH. SINCE 1880
i : 1 si
Street Railway Shopmen I H
jobs opta for s number of linemen uhn sronld Dke I
to liv. m Denvei The,.- grt not tempomrj job , but I A
THE DENVER TRANTvV -aY COMPANY ! , Rj
On Auirtui l strikt was egJM on our property On Au M I
fKv ,.f ,h.. union the Htrige n-a, .J. I