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TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7
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I And Brilliant Picked Cast in the Greatest Emotional Drama in Years I
You will see the great Walthall, brilliant star of "The Birth of a Nation" in an enthralling dramatic masterpiece which will remain in ir' AT) T?OP T ATDATvj'"' BLiKH ' ' ' 1 I fe
Bj yenr memory for years. To attempt to tell you even a part of the story here would be useless. It's too big too overpowering too f(J A a dt o V r CsiC
5 huge to be depicted in cold tvpe It covers every glow of human emotion. Suspense, thrills, laughter, love, romance, all proceduced --- ictures - : - r "(Jtf H
with a realism that is short of marvelous. REALLY ONE OF THE FEW MASTER PLAYS BEFORE THE PUBLIC THIS SEASON, lg
B I """" A PICTURE YOU WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER SllC WaS T Si C Hasll King's Wife I
.How the rugged forces of man in a brute country are tempered by the faith of a good man and true how impetuous youth runs wild, She loved the money- but' 0H! How hc Hated the hash. Then she found a nice Italian Count who
H errs, pays the price and is redeemed all entwined in a beautiful love story, weaves itself into a powerful dramatic document the equal llkcd the moncy- anJ a o,rl who needed the money and d.dn't mind the Hash. The girl was willing f
H Of which you won't see this season t0 be the Co-respondent until HER FIANCE FOUND OUT THAT HASH WAS I'
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In Mack Senneit's Newest Roaring Comedy f x'h ff -v -y y I f;
1 PRICES d AcAcAc I I
SCHEDULE TODAY : 111 W M II JL 3 B I
H 4:0ftcOMEDY 7:30 "CONFESSION" 1 0C 30c B jgLw Sijr I I
H I 5:15 COMEDY 9:15 "CONFESSION' Ch.Iaren Aduks , R H
I. BETTER SPEECH I
Movement io Improve Every
day English to Be Ob
"Better speech week" will be ob-1
served in Ogden schools during tlr
week of No ember 1 to 8. accordin.tr
to Supt V. Karl Hopkins of the Og
den school system. Last year better
speech week was made successful
through the co-operation of the teach
ers, supervisors and others associated
fith the schools.
The activities of better speech week
should be planned with two objectives,
according to Superintendent Hopkins,
To stimulate a love for our national
To incite a desire for personal im
"Both may be accomplished by mak
ing the week B patriotic celebration
like Flag day. or the Fourth of Jul),"
s;iiil h- nnt nl nt Hopkins In this
u;i we develop respect and loyalty
for our language an emotional Incen
tive which gives color and beauty to
the more selfish arjoiments for per
For the 1920 drive for better speech
various committees will be named A
central committee will head the list
and will have club women, business
men, the clergy ; the press, the schools
and the community represented.
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tempting. It can't be "fixed" 3
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DP PD ROAD
Commission Hopes to Have
Indication was given In a report yes
terday to the state road commission
that with reasonable success the state I
will have completed an almost contin-l
:uous strip of hard-surf need pavement
'from Smlthfleld In Oiehc county, to
la point south of Itovo before cold I
weather puts an end to consti uctlon I
I this eur.
Fear was expressed some time ago
that this would not be accomplished I
because of the uncertain cement sup-1
I ply but delivery of this mat. rial is pro
ceeding with greater rapidity, contract-'
ors in many Instances being either ful-!
ly supplied or have such quantities i
available that no further trouble Is!
BOX ELDER WORK.
About one car of ceinent "is all that
Contractor Olof Nelson requires to
complete tho work near Wellsvlllc-, and.!
when this is finished and the cement
ha.s "set," the '."he county road will
bc completed as far n.s WellBVllle can-i
yon. From there to Urlgham City I
will bp a gap for which no contract has1
as yet been prepared.
Four or fle days' more work at the I
present rate will enable the Phelpfl
i 'instruction company to complete the!
Work from Urlgham City to the Weber j
county Une, while about two weeks of i
favorable weather will enable complc-
tlon of tho work from the Weber coun
ty line at Utah Hot Springs to North
Ogden. There will be one Rap. In
probability here, where tho road Is
being cut through a hill to avoid aj
double crossing of the Utah-Idaho
Central tracks The road commission
has not been advised as to when this
cut will be completed.
From Ugden through to Utah coun
ty the pavement is complete and while
work Is being done within the city 'lim
its of one or two towns, tho road will
b completed as far ils the Alston &
Hoggan contract on the Provo bench
before the new snow stops work There
will bc a considerable stretch north of
Provo, however, which will not be
paved this year, It is thought, and
Koyer Brothers of the Pro o to Span
ish Fork contract will Also ! unable
to complete their work this winter,
it Is believed, The work within Spring.
irille probably will be completed.
COLD l Pi I BR i RES.
Cold weatiu r Interferes with cement
construction, which is being used on all
the Incomplete d portions of the work,
by f reeling the mixture before it sets,
thus disintegrating it. I Oder the pres
ent process of construction, however. If
the cement has a day or two alter It
has l)Cfn laid. It Is believed there will
be no further danger of frost. At that
time the cement Is covered with water
to a depth of several Inches, and even
If a coating of Ice should form on this
water It would not. in the opinion of
engineers, interfere with the hardening
process of the cement under th' water.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr and Mrs. Levi Long desire to
thank nil those who so kindly assisted 1
and gavo expression of love in words, I
song and flowers, during the sickness
and death ot their daughter, 'ilma.
An average of 057.900,000 gallons of i
water are supplied daily to the people
of Chicago. j
Cabinet Member May !
Be Heard in Ogden
With election uay only two weeks
distant the Democratic organization
completed preliminary arrangements
today for the final campaign rally in j
this city, the meeting to be held in
the Urpheum theater on Monday eve
ning, November 1. Congressman Mil
ton H Welling, Democratic candidate
for senator, and James W. Funk, can
didate for congress in the First dis
trict, will be the speakers.
As this meeting will take place on
tl" lai evening before election d.i,
the Democrats are planning a number
of features which will lake many of
tho older voters back to the days
when more or less red fire and brass
bands played a prominent part in
presidential campaigns. The local
Democratic organisation also considers'
nuelf fortunate in being able to secure
as principal speaker the candidate for
United States senator.
In the meantime definite plans are
being laid for the Bngham H Rob rta
meeting in the Orpheum theater on.
Monday evening. October 25. it was
announced today by Chairman Martin
Brown that Newton D. Baker, B6Crp
tary of war, or one of the other cabi-;
net members, may also speak at the
Roberts meeting Telegraphic an
QOUncemenl was received today that a
number of prominent Democratic cabf
net. rneinbers will reach Utah on that
dato and one of the number will be
available, it Is said, for speaking en-,
gagements in this state.
while you sleep"
A Dependable Physic
when Bilious, Headachy,
Constipated and Upset.
10, 25, 50c drugstores.
Morgan to Vote on
Water users of Morgan will vote next
Monday to decide whether or not the
proposed Morgan count Irrigation dis
trict it to be formed. The district will
be organized. It is reportecj, fur the
primary purpose of financing the
Creek reservoir and dam. In addition
to casting ballots for tnc district, tlm
water users will choose three directors
one from each of the three dislsions of
the proposed district.
Candidates for director of the dis
ti ict from division No 1. which will
ote at the RichvlUe school house, are
il l: Crouch. John Henry Dickson and
John 8. Carter; from division No 'i,
voting at North Morgan school house,
.fames Hopkins, Daniel Heiner and
Charles Owens; from division No 3,
voting at Milton school house. W. 10.
Crlddle. Georgo Seaman and Uscar W
According to a report of A. P Par
k r of Ogden. chief engineer for the
Utah Water Storage association, the
activities of which were largely respon
sible for the movement to form the
district, It Is Indicated that a concrete
arch dam could be built on Lost Creek
to a height of 120 feet, and creating
a reservoir in which S000 acre-feet of
water could be stored, the cost of
which would be about $36,000 or at the
rate of $1D per acre-foot.
fuch a reservoir would furnish late
w:iffr which would almost double the
production of some of the land now
under cultivation. The project also
would furnish water for land not now
under any Irrigation system. The flood
water of Lost .Greek is sufficient to
mon than fill such a reservoir each
for Utah Road Work
Three gasollnfl locomotives, purch-'
ased by the government of the United j
Btates during the war, have been re
eclved in Ogden by the United Slates;
Bureau of Public roads and will be
used in Utah In road construction work
according to B, J. Finch, district en
gineer. Tho locomotives were constructed
for use In France and ure heavily ar
mored. They are equipped with fifty
horsepower motors These machines
Will bc turned over to the state road
Commission ior use In various parts of
Auto and Street Car
Crash; No One Hurt
Though his automobile was badly
damaged In a collision with a one-man
street car, on Washington avenue, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty
third streets, o It. Wardlelgh escaped
serious Injury yesterday. E. Staples,
-3 1 Twenty-sixth street, was operating
the street c.ir
Wardlelgh, it is stated, was driving
north on Washington avenue and at
tempted to turn In the center of the
block. In crossing the street car
track, tho automobile and the street
car came together. The automobile
was dragged nearly CO foot.
Nearly 3.000.000 passengers daily
patronize the 1 350 miles of surface and
elevated railways in Chicago.
Baby tiixis, for two passengers, are
gradually replacing the rickshaws In
Mrs. C. L. Wappler and Mrs. Calder
will be hostesses to the members of
the Episcopal guild Wednesday after
noon at the Guild hall at 2:30 o'c ook
Membors of the Civic league will
!mct with Mrs. Irving C. Bmmett,
2851 Van Burcn avenue, Wednesday
afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock
MEETING TO BE HELD
Lfniled Garment Workers will hold a
special meeting Friday, October 22, nt
their assembly hall
C. E. C. CLUB.
( Mrs. C. F. Heihtselman was hostess
to the members of the C. EL C club
,'last Thursday afternoon at her home,
2250 Adams avenue,, At the business
meeting, officers for the coming three
years were elected as follows: Mrs. J.
D. Taylor, president; Mrs. Henry Rish
off, vice president" Mrs C. B. Hointxel
man, secretary, Mrs. R. T Spence,
treasurer, and Mr.. J E. arver, club
reporter Following the bUMiie.s meet
ing the remainder of the afternoon was
spent In needlework A luncheon was
served by the hostess. Decoration
were suggc'-iive hi Hallowe'en. Those
present were Mrs R. W. Spence. Mrs.
H. J. Bishoff. Mrs ( E. Osborne.
Mrs J. D. Taylor, Mrs. Paul Franke.
Mrs. Lenora Skaggs, Mrs. J. D. Taylor,
Mrs J. E. Sarver and the hostess, Mrs. i
Mrs. Frank E. Tribe will entertain!
(he members of the Utopia club at her
home, 3180 Washington avenue, Wed-1
MEAT GUTTERS NOTICE
Meeting In New Eagles Hall. 24L'l
Grant Ae, Thursday, Oct. 21. Come
Ogden Woman Talks i
to Salt Lake Voters
Mrs. Goorglana Marriott addressed
business women of Salt Lake, who
were guests of the Woman's State Re
publican committee at the Hotel Utail
last night. A musical and literary pro
gram was given.
ither speakers at the event were:
W. H Folland, city attorney of Salt
Lit'.v. anl Mrs. Janette A. Hyde.
Others who assisted n ?ne entertain
rpent wi re Miss Louise Hill. Mis Anna
L. Grand pro, Miss Sadie Kobinson.
Mrs O. M. Lloyd. Miss Romania Hyde,
and Misx Helen Wright.
Ogden Chapter No. 2
Roya! Arch Masons
Special meeting. Tuesday, October.
19th, 8 p. m., for work in P. M. and
M. E M. Degrees.
By order the E. H. P.
F. B. NICHOLS. Secly.
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j DEAFNESS AND HEAD 1
j NOISES j fl
If you have Catarrhal Deafness or
are hard of hearing or have head .H
noises go to your druggist and get 1
ounce of P.irmint (double strength),
and add to it pint of hot water an'd
a little granulated sugar. Take onfe
Uiblespoonful four times a day.
This will often bring quick relief
from the distressing head noises.
flogged nostrils shoulil open, breath- H
ing become easy and the mucus stop
dropping into the throat. It is easy
to prepare, costs little and is pleasant
to take. Anyone who has Catarrhal I
!cafn:i or head noises should give I
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Monoaceticacldester of Sallcyllcacld.
Beauty Culture Hints
There is real common sense in just j
noticing whether the hair is well kept ,
to judge of a woman's neatness, or
good taste If you are one of the few j
who try to make the most of your hair,
remember that it is not advisable to
wash the hair with any cleanser made
for all purposes, but always use Home
good shampoo. You can enjoy the
very best by getting some canthrox
from your druggist, dissolve h tea
spoonful in a cup of hot water. ThM
makes a full cup of shampoo liquid,
enough so It Is easy to apply it to all
the hair Instead of just the top of tho jl
head. Dandruff, excess oil, and dirt
are dissolved and entirely disappear.
Your hair will be so Huffy that it will
look much heavier than it is. Its lus
ter and softness will also delight you,
while the stimulated acalp gains tho
health which insures hair growth. Ad- taH
Swallow slowly small pleceo j
I rub well over the throat. j
Ovcf 17 Million en Ucd Yearly