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4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19. 1920.
I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER
PUBLISHING COMPANY ;
Entered at Second Clam Matter at the Postoffice. Ogden, Utah.
Established 1870
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I news published herein.
I SMOKE IN THE CITY
d problem ii '.-n me salt Lake more vrdrrimeht than that of rid
line the citj of tho clonda of bmokc which sbm out tho ran in th
winter months Assisting in th- work of applying relief, Osborn
fonnett, government1 expert, lias been on the ground i dumber of
flays awl offers the hope that, bj eorreel firing of boilers, much of I
the smoke mux be eliminated.
Mr. Moinn-tt d chief imokc inspector of Chicago and succeed
ed in reducing the smoke density from Is per cenl in the manufac
urine ditrici to :! "." jirr rnt ami in tin- residential dtatriel from H
prr cenl to - pfr cent. Thin a brought about principally b re
Quiring furnaces lo be fired according to the law of combustion
, .Mr Monnetl nays Pittsburg has cleared up its amoks troubles,
although it was knon r.s the nmOkv citj eml ( incinnsti lia ovcr
f.'ome its difficulties in smoke, Both haiie--i were made by insist
in" on careful fi rim; of boilers and stoves For salt Lake be ad-1
vises a central heating plant :.. cover the business district.
Ogdefi i deeply interested in this qucstfon, as tho increasing!
number of factories and the general growth ol the c4tj are marking
a perceptible increase in smoke clouds at this ici son of th year and, I
with double the population, Ogden would be almoal as much dis-
trcshcd as is Salt La
In other places wioie i In smoke nuisance has been controlled,
the railroad yards had to be given First consideration. Hero in -'
den at times pit at !n.k of smoke roll up from the railroad yards,
and the mok density in that district must be, bicrh Firemen should
! Instructed, as the were in Chicago, to tip- their engines withoul
making a smudge
In tho business district a record should be k j t of the smoky
flacks and a prolcsl made to those responsible foi QJling the air!
with soot and ea
Now iv the time to nrl on the task of freeing Ofrden from tho J
amok ' t il
1 rURRECTION OF POLAND
I Restoring the Poland of oor 100 yeara ago is about to be nal-
H ized. as the srmisticc of Riga recognizes the ripbu of thr Poles i"
t' rritory as fai ' in- Dwin
H Simonds, the historian, saya the armistice line adopted inns fair
ly straight from the Dwina east to Dwinsk to the Dniester just north
Hl of C.ernowii h leaves Minsk to Knssi; but concedes Rowno, Saj
1 By, Louninot. and Barauovitchi to Poland together with a corridor
H9 gztending irmn the N'iemen to the Dwina between Liuthuaniai and
I Ruaaian territory The armistice line is thus historical!) established,
HrJ nut it is not merely upon historical grounds that the Polish case rests.
U Thus the new line also follows almost CXactlj that line on which the
H German invasion ol Russia halted after the great victories of 1915,
H which forced the Russians to abandon Pojand and Qalieia. In addi-
H lion to Poland, tin- enormously important railwax extending from
VI Duiua th '.'Ii W'i'n' I :. -m in it h i. Sain and Kow no. whieh was
fl 1 not only an important trunk line before the world war, but the ital
I lino of communications for the German front, after 1915. Finally
j and this consideration also counts, the line thus marked represents
H the short it ni d cgicall) Hie itrongt -t possible line on the casl
It gives to Polish armies the covet on the northern Hank of tin
Dwina, if Lithuania is film II im-oi poiated in Poland and of the Nio
nton, if it is not while on the south the Zbruao ia similarly service
able In the center the greal Pripel marsh i supply the one real
natural obstacle to invasion of Poland."
B At the time ol out declaration if independence Poland was
larger than it is today, but bj 1793 it uas cul down until its boun
dary linos were thoae recognised by Ruasia at the peace table in
Uiea Latter on Poland was divided, A,nstro-Hungarjr, Germany and
Kussia devouring the nation Up to two years aero our school chil
dren had lit 1 1r thought of the restoration of ope of the oldest of
; nations whieh had disappeared, in fact they had but a ha.y uuder-
' standing of the existence at one time ol a power as big and strong
Hi as was Poland
TURMOIL IN ENGLAND
' With the Pritisii eoal industry brought lo a standstill h striken
ami Ireland in uproar. Lloyd George, a.s tho giiidmp head ol the
Brltiah government, has more h-hI troubles than the controlling
statesman of any other eQuntry,
To the atrlki el thi' miners may Im added that of the railway I
men and transport workers
Tomorrow parliament meets and il ia aid the government n av
ppeal to the country bj a goncral cloeti)n Jh endorse the SOUTS
mapped OUt by Lloyd QeOrgS
When there is doubt as to whether the government is in SCCOrd
with the people, 'he Britiah naetliod of testing public sentiment i,
1 dissolve parliament and hold an i Uon
There never ha been lahr pro it in this country a pi rerl
a- that now in operation in England It is estimated one million
miners are out. closing all the eOft mines of the island, and this trr. at
army may joined bj hundreds ol t tiMimi.s i.f other workers
Industrial chaOS and paralysis are in siglit Two weeks of this
iiisoi gauitation of business nasj SO l ripple Knglish industries and!
trade as to make recovery almost impossible short sf several years.
The entire Britiah ile nt present are faeinp a i risis not mueh
. s distresine than Luirland was - nnfronted with at the beginning1
of the world war
THE NEXT GREAT WAR
It is reported fr-m Milun. Italy, that ireat Flritain and It
supported the proposal to admit Germany- to the league of nations,
but were voted down, nine to five.
Objeetine t the move, the Prrneh representative dajelstred hi
opposition until inch time termany ee subs,tntil guarantees
o disarmament and reparation.
Who. two years ago. would have aid that before a third aroii.
tiee day Great Rntain would relax in it detestation f Ormanv to!
the extent of moving to accept that euntry into the eonferenees of 1
the sllied nations?
But France still is unyielding, for Franee not on! h m' nselyj
bitter, bnt fear that Germany, onee more rostored to freedom rt a,-.
tion. aeain will menaee the rw-aee of BuTOfM and perhsps strike
blow of retaliation at Fram e And so France insists, first, on dis- i
armament and then OB reparation.
Thus it is evident the smoldennc fire of hatred are heme kep'
slise and suspieion pulls at the nerre eentorv .if Europe
What wiil teu years brin forth 1 How will the force of th
old world line up in tho next elah Will itTfflllttstl tag(r'r and
humanity be protraed when the blows are striek '
I
OUTBURSTS OF EVERET TRUE
AIm-O A CUP OF COri-rcs J', C
-pHCrej You CAN VISIT r- j L "ssl" m
GARLAND SOCIETY
(spfHiui lo The Susndard-Exaunlner.)
OAHLiAND, Oct. I. Mr an.J Mr
i Jel Lilly White ha.e thctr srurf-U
; Mm. Leroy I.lllywhltr and babv of
, Ifalmd, to. i.
i Mr. and .Mis. l ft. X.,u,,uVr3 iiU'.
I U thi-lr (rusts Iaf WCOkj Mr. and Mr
Fred Kersh.iu of KayavlUc.
Mr. nd Mrs. Charles DoWD have
returned from visit to M.iad.
Miss liather .N'letnon returned Sal
urday from an extended visit wtili
fri. nda In Suit Ukr.
.
Miss A I l7-i Manning lias dcturncd
from Alantn urIi. Ida.. h'-re she was
a guasi at tho home of hoi- brother,
Bishop Hem; D. Manning.
Mr. and Mrs "corse c have
returned from a trip lo Malad. ldu.
Thry w ore in ompanicd 1 Mls.s Viola
Burton.
Mr- Mi B. Andrewa entertained at
a ourprlfc party -dnelay for her
diiBhter. Thona. Games and muatc
i wen- the diversions of the evening.
Thofr present wore Irene Tlnscv. Klva
I Johnson. Virginia Nye, Mae Nlolaon.
MaKglo Hampton. Inin Lindford.
I Katherinf Hales Vlds Peteraon, Mer-
rol! Iiorlon, Kn.s.-cll .1 l.lrmi. In-i.-lne
iBorenson, t harllo Kdwards and J"lin
Evans, Refreshments were served.
mi m. Rogers i spending the win-
I ter In UoKan.
j Mr a. s Humii entertained t fow
.of her friends nn umin; list (!..
Musle and games v e re ( 1 , ' i -r 1 . r i of
jthf evening. Thoxe present wore Mr..
V T Person. Mrs Rmrsi J. n.-i n.
'.Mr J. W. Chamber. Mr. Piank
iriKs Mr t v. Timed, Mrs J K.
la and Mrs. 4 W, I'rcston.
Mias Cora Toyn of Tromonton was a
CUOs( of Mr- .sne l'iimil"ll last
Tues-lav t the home of Mrs EC V.
Hehnetder.
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TREMONTON SOCIETY
4
TREM 1.VT1 i. " t i Mrs Bar
bara Purns and daughter. Mary, have
returned from I-i Jrande, 111. where
the have been spending a month, vis
iting friend.
Mr. N. B, Ivorsen has returned
from a lsii to Salt Lake.
Mr. J. R. Downlns entertained at
n eard partv Tuesday at her home. ;
Those present were Mrs. John M.
CONTINUOUS "
DANCING
BERTHANA
Wednesday
ORPHEUM
ORCHESTRA
LILLIAN THATCHER
ORCHESTRA
COME BE
HAPPY
MUSIC, SNAPPY,
LILTING, JAZZY
DANCING 9 To
MIDNIGHT
ligigigBgB
Rippling'
Rhymes
By WAX.T JtLASON
jl
I M l R I 1 I III s
Thtty'rs talklnc now of paper suits,
an-l paper shlrt and collars, a ud pa
per socks and paper hoot greet
scheme to save the dollars! My paper
aS - eeni Soml ml i Icllt , W 'ill. . t
my lyre I'm .slaving, but there' no
thT grnl in siphl hn is intent on
saving. Men do not wani the cheeper
things, when they go blithely shop
ping; the'd like to wear the robes of
kings, though bank accounts be pop
ping The Janitor of this, our flat.
a.s. like 0 lord l.lue-blooded. "I want
lo buy an ermine hat and neikne di.i
mond. studded." And he would pan
and beat Ills hreajt and eui .111 angry
caper. If you in kindness should sue
get a Diet ne suit In paper. The
tinsmith wants Imported cloth when
he goep out for raiment, for papei
suits that cut I swnth he'd never make
n payment. My paper pant look rath
er cheap, and they're a frost almighty,
and I" Inclined to weep when in my
paper nightie, beneath my paper hat 1
write, beside the heaving billow. I
all ila; and sleep all night upon a
paper pillow'. And. I'm the only guy
rn earth w ho cautious, saving, ihrlf
y: nay paper duds have little worth,
hut bunk accounts are nifty.
TOO MUCH SPEED
CINCINNATI George H. Lloyd, 25.
oldier at Kort Thomas. met Hazel
Morris, 14. one nigh' and the next
night he married her. T'uc girl's moih
Sr, Mr. (Jeorpia Wilson, will eek to
hnc the marriage annulled.
Waste.. Mrs. Fred Gebhart. Mrs. Glf
fnrd Wetland, Mr Kdlth N'eimneller.
Mrs. Clyde Gephardt Mrs. Charles
Mct'lure and MlSS McClure. Refresh
ment were served.
i s
Mrs James Carter of Parma, Ida., is
visiting relatives and friends here.
Mr and Mr Alvln Ncvten of How
ell were visitors In Trimomon last
week.
Mri. William Field ha.- MM her
s.: tr. Mr- '. i r..rU , i r. J her . tu;,,r. n
of Los Angeles.
Mr Harper of Honeyvllle has re
turned to her home after spending
a month with her daughter. Mrs. Glen
f- ishburn
Mr. and Mr M. Groves and daugh-'
ler. LllClle, BAV returned from Logan,
where they were guests of their daugh
ter. Prarl who Is attending the New '
I I acudemy
' '
Mrs. Lucy Pyott of Salt Lake and
Mr. J. T. Johnson of i.gden were
guest at thr home of Mr. and Mr-Pr-d
Gebhart last week.
oo
MALAD SOCIETY
MAl.M' Ol t 1" O. U Jenkins and
sister. Mia C Jenkins, have returned
from Salt lke
Mr and Mrs. K C Richards have
a their guest. Mrs. John Danieii. of
Pocatello
Miss Johanna Thomas left for La-
monl. Iowa, where she will attend the
Grace land college.
. . .
Mrs. Sarah Taylor of Salt Lake !
i pent a pari of last week as the cuest '
of her sister. Mr George Swan
Mr K. Kingaburg left lst week
tor Salt Iake. where she will vuut for
' a short time
Mr W S Williams m u hastes
to the members of the ladles Aid ?o
rietj at th" Pirt l'resb trrtan thurvh
last Friday afternoon. Mrs- J. r,
Nutting of Cleveland. O.. was present
and gae a rhort address.
Mr A. E Seott. jjr Jedd James
and Mo IV A MfQuSS left for Idaho
Falls to attend the stats convention 1
of the American Wr Mothers
soa
Mr J II 1-rdgr n spen.ling the
week m Salt Uk(.
Mass Mildr-d Jonea. who ha spent1
the year In Salt Lake, has returnee
Malad. whre she will spend the
Mrs. Hearne of Cajaoda ts a r
at ihe home of har daashter Mrs
y-rH HolUeber
; Sat asj i mt sssssi
"MAJOR" VKH
in vHaW Baaaawl255rasv
Featured out wind o is k
Commands Attention Sa.
V lcrever you go the Major will be (itwPHfei A
It i". extremely stylish, yet VvHMH
very comfortable, pnd a great favorite among tog5wM
younj; men. A true gentleman's mode1, v. cars ksaW
well and keeps its shape. You will like iU
THE PALACE CLOTHES SHOP
280 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. OGDEN. UTAH
DR. VANCE'S DAILY ARTICLE
Water is the life of a tree. It stores
ii p ihl -ica-on the resources for next.
' (ne hot Dald-suntltnsr day a neighbor
who was building an uddltion to his
house offered mi a fine tree that stood
In his way. I sent for the tree man.
who brought his teams and trans
planted the tree to IB) own front yard,
.tnd cne i nc his guarantee that th
tree would live.
Then I waited and watched to see
I' the tree would live. Thr leaves turn
ed pale and white, and fell until the
i roe seemed dead. Hut the tree man
bad guaranteed Its life. What was his
h'n.ir.inti'1' worth '. gainst nature "
Then I built a basin around the
trunk of the tree, and 11 summer long
hi Ii.imii j- K.'pt full of water. Win
ter came, and the first dav of .spring.
Again I atche and waited. One glor
ious day I saw a hud swell, and then
the tree drifted green and saluted tho
world with cverx signal of vktorlou
life 1
JUST FOLKS
ZZ 4
M i Mil OKI
No children In the- house to play
It must be hurd to live that way'
I wonder what the people do
When night comes on and work Is
t h rough
With no glad little folks to shout.
No . ager feet to race about.
x youthful tongues to i.hatter on
About the Joy that's been and gone !
The house might be a castle fine.
Hut what a lonely pltcc to dine!
Xo children In the house at all,
Xo flngermurUs upon the wull.
Xo corner where the toys arc plltd
Sure Indication of a child
Xo Utile hps t.re.ithe the prayer
That Jod shall keep you In His care.
Xo glad caress and welcome sweet,
When nigln returns you lo your street.
Xo little hps u kiss to give
juh. what u lonely way to live!
Xo children In the house- T rear
!Wc could not stand It half a year.
What would we 'atk aoout at night.
Plan for and work with all our might.
Hold common dreams about und find
True union of both he.irt and mind.
If we two had no greater care
Than whai w.- buth should eal and
wear?
We never knew loe .x brightest flarne
t'ntll the day the baby came
And now we could not get along
'without their laughter and their song
1 Joy Is not bottled on a shelf.
It cannot feed upon itself,
And even more. If It shall wear,
Musi rind Its happiness in care.
iuii we d become of mind .md speeoh)
Had we no little ones to teach.
Xo children In the house to play!
h. we could never live that way!
ug 1
THOUGH! 18TI it: n w -
1 1 1 mi BJU i t.rr
(By I nterntionl Newt Service.)
COLUMBUS, 0 -Mr James White
lay across a bed at her home here.
a Tlscous substance trickling down her
face.
Thinking she had taken poison, the
woman's husband rushed to a drug
tore and summoned an ambulance '
Hurgeons at St. Francis' hospital
found she hadn t swallowed poison
'twas only a half-pint of castor oil.
mistaken in the dark for a bottle of
homo bresj hooch.
THIS VAUDEVILLIAN
LIVES WITH HI8 WIFE
LONDON 8o many hubsands and
wires In the ranks of vaudeville ar
(lets lire apart that ray client can be
described as novelty, ' said a lawyer
in a London court
llr kl a vauderillvan living happlh
with bis wife." the lawyer concluded '
"He shall be like a tree plants!
the rlVers of Water.'"
There arc hidden ; nd Inexhaustible
resources for the oul to feed upon,
and these are reached b faith. Hod Is
the llMnit water for the thtrstv soul,
and the life that by faith feeds on Him
cannot be conquered bv death.
Ton cannot live your life without
God. The scientist who savs ou can
lies to you. Tho cult that as on
can Is more clever than honest. The
man who omes out of hie la bore tor!
to announce that he has discovered
that one can live without God has his
brain addled by the fumes of his ex
periments. Ii take Jod to grow a tree it takes
the Almighty to grow a soul H can
nurse life through the long winter. Into
-l-rlng pa.-t thr r.l.,in of dalb and Hie
-Mlence of the grave into the Klor
that Is fadeless. If yon will seek your
Work nhull neve- fade, and your Jov
-hull never wither, gnd everything von
do shall prosper
r HEALThf
BV UNCLE SAM, M. D.
-le-rth Questions Will Be An
wered if Sent to Information
Bureau, U S Pub. to Heaith Saev
lea. Washing ton, O. C
I HI Q t I STIO
I write you from sheer desperation
I cannot prv my husband loose from
'his work long enough to have an ex
amination made, because he knows the,
rerdlel WOUlsl be an operation, and he
feels he cannot -"pare monev and time'
both, therefore, h l letting It r nn-l
III too late, unless I can iv- hlni some
home treatment, and 1 beg of vou toj
advise mo in this
He has an Idea that there ma be
a cancer on his throat. I was going I
to hav e him rub fish oil on hi 1 1 1 r -..
and also have him take cod liver oil.
as a builder, as I understand cancer
cannot exist where there Is flab la
there anv truth in this saying'.'
Mil - I i:
I am very sorrv to lear that our
husband Is In such had health. It la
impossible for me to make n diagnosis
or suggest treatment In thi-v cage Brltb
out a thorough physical examination.
Vou should Insist on vour husband
going to a competent physioial at once
sod having an examination made, a
nothing can be gained by delay, and
his condition, without proper treat
ment, will certain I - wor tjnv
goes on. It win hi bettei for blss to
t.ike a da;, off now. have an exami
nation made and prompt treatment
started than to wait a month or so
inrl ponslblv have to lake several
weeks off to accomplish that which
could now be accomplished In no time.
There is nothing to vour flab tbevrj
I am -tending i pamphlet ..n unrrr.
which ' trust ma- be of some Nnrtoe
to you. Should cancer be present, rub
t.ing his throat with ftsh oil will be of,
no effect.
.r IT N . v I s r
Q. I'leas tell me if eaftnc 'i let J
irood for bolls" Also whether It g i
good tonic, and how much I should'
mma
A. It would he most unwUe for vou
lo ix-glti eating east merel because
ou have beep told It i a good tonle
Yeast appears to be of definite value,
in the treatment of certain bodii
orders, but It should be used under re
direction of a good Phvslcian
-Till. TIKI I ' i Mil I RK1 Hit
VI Can a stricture of the urethra
cured without n operation " T u, h
an operation eonsidereil daagWeuo?
A Trratrr.ent for strictur of the
urethra Is often riven h mr,n ef i
ws - r
Vole The Siraigh! I
REPUBLICAN TICKET fl
I
WARREN G HARDING
Presidait j H
CALVIN COOTJDGE
V1c President
WARREN L WATTIS
MBS GEORGE T JUDD
JAMES MELVILLE. JR
J HOWARD GARRETT -s- J
Fresiientia Electors
REED SM00T
United Statss senator
DON B C0LT0N
Rcpresentatiye, First litrict wM
CHARLES B MABEY
Governor
JOSEPH E FRICK H
J ust ice of Supreme Court
HAFVF.Y B CLUFF
MtiTtl'V
H E CROCKETT B
Sccrctsr of State L)Hi
W. D SUTTON
MARK A. TUTTLE
Auditor
DR GEORGE THOMJ
Supt intendenl oi Tul'lio
W
J A HOWELL W
J N KIMBALL I
I i strict Jndgt f
JOSEPH F EVANS - J M
T I, M KAY I
i State Senator, Four-vcar Term
DAVID JENSON i
' state Senator, Two-year Term" M
A R M 'INTYRE 1
H A SODERBERG B
R J DOUGLAS )
R T RHEES
State Representatives
MORONI SKEEN
Commiasioner, Pour-year Tern JBr
E S CREEN i
( '(iriiniissioncr, TM-vear Term
CLAUDE T. MOVES I Ji
Irrh .ii"l Auditor 1
F W PIPER
ARTHUR G BERRETT Bj
RICHARD D PINCOCK
MRS GLENN A N FIET Hf
DAVID J WILSON ' ajy
JOHN C BROWN
D. R ROBERTS
HENRY STEELE WjL
(Polit'cal Advertisement)
RepubliCJi County Committee H
Arthur Woo Mr, Chairman 1
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lit H gK
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A. Sulphur In various forms lis" H
'so far been proved 19 be the beat ub- HH
stance for the treatment of the ltd
1
emploed wlt,h -ailf.i torv reults.
no method of treatment le gg fol-
low. The patient -In. old have a hoi BaSaSSsi
bath xnd the od lbaroughl crui H
1
phur added 1 should I" nell rubbed In-
feVaB
The clothes Mhould be thoroughly d - H
J Infected with immeri-ed In fH
in n Htm fgH
or turn. i.e to a dr lo.it sufficient ' fafafafaH
kill the para el tea und vggs. J-"or a few H
nlghtu Is a good plan to dual H
ulphnr
over the sleeping clothes If the ubnvt H
1 treatment Is objected to. hot hatha for H
a few nights, followed fix free use of
sulphur soap, are effi, lent H
sap and am
.fferlnc frc ni art rlo-- Ler ok Is. due lo H
worrv. I have been told lo go to
climate warmer than New York. fS-
eral place, in florid and Ios Angvler.
and 1-lnioln. in Callforula. have been H
r in locallt gl
where the climate U equable and mod H
eretelv warm do not e there
the various places mentioned In your
letter On in- other BH
Hp
HI
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I BAND CONCERT j I
! Orpheum Theatre I
t WEDNESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 20
j Nichols9 Ladies9 Band I t
I EVERYBODY BOOST FOR THE LADIES' BAND I i

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