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Ogden Woman Heads
jB Service Star Legion
Irak . f SBBIn 'HH
HRS .1 (. I 1CK
0M Mrs. I. G. Falck Elected Presi-
'jlffi dent State Organization";
8s "s- Frances Ryder
aH Also Honored
-i By the slccl Ion of Mrs J. Q Falck
I Hr- . mi presided of the Ser-
H honored at the unnual oonvchtton
hi Id in Salt Lgkfi yesterday. Mrs.
H Palek forfoerl) state organiser
sfl and has twelve chapters to her credit.
H Mrs. Kr.inn s Ryder f Ogden was
I elect d corresponding secretary and
Mrs. Lav ion if Layiun, recording sec
ret ar Other Ogden women who at
tended the convention Included Sirs.
J I . Bldredge, Jr., president of the
Iota) chapter; Mrs. F. li. Winter,
treasurer. Mrs. Alice CoIUiih, Mrs.
I 'av id BcCles, Mrs. F. L.'Guthric, Mrs.
Chris Fl'ygare, Mrs. D. s. Clark, Mrs.
Charles Llpplncott, Mrs Olenna Feit
and Mrs. Edward lilchsel.
Mrs. Olsen of Price was chosen as
slate organizer to succeed Mrs. Falck.
and Mrs. Stephenson of 1'rovo was
elect d chairman of the Gold Star
division of the state. Chapters not
represented on the executive hoard
were fffveo an office of honorary vice
In her annual address Mrs. W. C.
Jennings, the retiring president, con-,
gratulated the state organizer in hav
ing twelve chapters tu present at the
convention. These chapters are lo
cated .In the northern part of thej
stale and with the election of a new !
state organizer residing Jn Price gives!
an opportunity for the organizing of1
$S Mayor Urges Genera! Observ-
jifl ance By Ugdenites on
Urging business Institutions, schools,
stores and organizations to ohserv f
Armistice day, (November ll) in cele-l
bratlon of the end of the world war.'
and in thanksgiving tor the relief,
from the horrors of battle. Mayor
Prank Francis yesterday issued a proe-'
l Jauialion. Exercises in schools arc'
t especially urged in the proclamation.
ll la not yet known whether the da
M I houses and offices will close on that
9 a oo ,
i l RowelL Fresno, tornier chairman oi ,
the Republican state committee, an-,
Ml nouncrd here today that he had wired
Washington, I . C. accepting President
Hh li Wilson's appointment to the irnlted
i State.-, shipping l.ojr.l It owe I! recent-
Hh ly sold The Fresno Republican, of,
w hlch he ha beei ll ir all i 1891
1 arc soon "nipped in the bud '
Br without "dosing" by use of
Over 1 7 Million Tan UeJ Yearly
H. L. Miller's
Large reduction on tailor made
suits, repairing, pressing and ,
remodeling. All work guaran
teed. 484 Twenty-fourth Street
I chapters in tho southern pari of 'he
Th" rvche chapters organized under
I the supervision of Mrs. Falck are
ifiJcn. Salt Luke. Logan, Brigham.
Lehl, Pricej American Fork, Spring
vllle. Mount Pleasant., Milford. and
One hundred war mothers attended
the convention from all parts of the
state. A social feature of the conven
tion was a luncheon at noon. In the
-upper rooms of the Hotel Utah.
At thf sfternoofl Besiion' .iddresc-.
were delivered bj Senator Reed
Smoot. Qoyernor-elecl Charles li .Ma
bey and Murray W. McCarthy, state
commander of th American Legion.
The policy foi the i naing year, Mrs.
FalcK says, will be constructive work
for the future rather tha:i looking
hack upon the past. sluch time Will
be devoted to the wounded men In
hopilals and emphasizing of thel
rules of the flag.
The morning session was given over
entirely to reports by officers of the
organization and amending of the by
laws and constitution Mrs. W. C. I
Jennings gave the annual president's
address announcing two new chap
ters which have rei ently come into
the organization. The present state
roster of state chapters amounts to
l'J. with other prospects reported.
Reports were also given by Record
ing Secretary J. L. Cotter of . lehi.
Mrs. .Steve Hailstone of Logan and by I
the nominating committee, with Mrs.
C. S." Kinney as chairman. The re
port of Mrs. j. 1j. Spencer, state treas
urer, now absent front the state, was
rend tit the session. -
Jydge Agse Thanks j
I Voters for Support
I Expressing his gratitude and thanks'
to Che voters who endeavored to re-1
turn him to thn district court bench
at the recent election. Judge A W
Agee yesterday afternoon issued u
statement which follows':
i "When 1 accepted the Democratic
nomination for district Judge four
sears ago on a non-partisan platform
I did it with the understanding that
In so doing I surrendered none of my'
political convictions and because J
though that party wai right In trying
io bring about the selection of judges
without regard to then political af-'
, "During the time I have occupied!
the bench I have retrained from tak-l
;lng any part whatever in party poli
tics and have given to the public the!
i best service I have been capable of
rendering. 1 have enjoyed the work
and would have been pleased to serve
for another term 1 am profound)) '
grateful to the splendid men and wo
men who supported me. and highly
gratified at the vote of confidence i
received in this eounty and espSCiall
In this city, where 1 am best known
and where the people have had the
best opportunity 'o judge c-f my work
, It appears that, notwithstanding the
overwhelming Republican ote on oth
ei candidates, i have a majority or
something like 800 over Judge Howell
In the city and -ltL' In the COUnty, and
that my vote in this nt ujuI county
exceeds the average vote on the Dem
.Ocratlc state ticket by about 1300.
showinp that I have received the votes
I of about 1300 persons in addition to
,ibe Democratic vote. Inqulr) of judges
In a number of the election districts
disclose that in man Instances voters!
marked in the circle at the head of the
, Republican ticket and then made a
cross opposite my name on the Demo
cratic ticket, thue clearly indicating
that they Intended to vote for me; but
'the law provides that a ticket so
marked, unless the name of the op-i
posing candidate Is stricken out. shall
jiiot be counted for anyone U'herc Is'
not the slightest doubt that 1 ha e
lost several hundred votes in this way,
and would have been elected if thej
otes could hae been counted as ihe
I voters Intended the should he. I m
especially gratified that so many Re
publicans aud members of other par
ties, umoug the very best lttzens of
,thia city and county, cast their votes
I for me. r card lea of their own polit
I flll.ORI.N 1 I I) niL.K
PEKING, Nov. B. Boys and girls up,
to IB years of age ere being fed free
of charge In the Far Fastcrn Republic
of Siberia says a Verkhne Udlnsk dls-'
patch to the Dalta News Agency Crops '
are reported to be exceedingly good
and the cattle supply abundant.
I ANIRICAN-MA1D BRead
' ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER
RICH iN HELD
IN TRUST PROBE
Mayor Hylan May Be Called
Before Investigators in
NEW YORK. Nov. i". Arraignment
o' tieorge Backer, millionaire build
ing contractor on an indictment
charging perjury in giving testimony
I before the Joint legislative committee
I Investigating the. alleged 'building
trust" here and a threat by Samuel
1 1 ntermyor. counsel for the committee.
1 to -ummon Mayor Hylan to explain
failure to cancel contract for new city
buildings were developments in the in
BACKER RKLEAS1 i
Backer was released umler $15,000
I. all and directed to appear again
I Monday in the court of general ses
! sions to plead. The Indictment charges
' him with perjury 111 first testifying
that he gambled away $15,000 given
him by Ephralm Levy another bulld
I pi and later admitting he had paid the
I money to "two strangers who looked
like workingmenv' Backer, according
! to witnesses acted as "go-between"
j among eontrnctors ami laborers.
MV M l. M OR
Mr Jntermyer's threat to call the
I mayor before the committee was con
taineti in n letter to Comptroller
Craig, made public tonight. The coun-j
l sel for the committee declared ho
j understands work Is proceeding on
contracts "that are based on collusive
bids" Sad that It Is time steps were
j taken "to prevent the further mulct
ing of the city.' He proposed "a per
I manent non-partisan vigilance com-
mitteo" removed from politics with a
I staff Of accounts and experts "to
' . hec the city officials on the vas j
business that Is being transacted for
'he . lty."
The committee hMd no hearings to-
na: the session? having been ad
journed until next Thursday to permit
I examination of the evidence that Is
; being gathe-ed. Counsel for the rom
I mlttee continued active, however
Navy War Pictures
To Be Shown Tuesday
A rare treat is promised for young j
men of Ogden who desire action, III
four reels of motion pictures, showing
big naval gun-- in action in France and
ctlvities of the l.v.itcd States navy in
all parts of the world, which will be
exhibited free In the Elks' club Tues
.1.. e'-enmj, following the regular
lodge meeting The pictures will go
on about ) o'clock, it was said yes
terday. The films are new and are said to
be the best ever taken for the navy.
They show railroad batteries In ac
tion, the Atlantic fleet in the West In-
dies, and scenes from all parts of the,
Commander u it. Mann, of the
United States navy recruiting station I
will appear with the pictures and de-
B the action in the films. The'
public is Invited.
McCune to Return to
New York Wednesday
president George W. McCune of the
E u-rn states mission expects to r- ,
turn to his headquarters In New York
:t next Wednesday. President Mc-
une has be-n visiting with relatives
and friends In this city and other parte
of the state since the October confer
ence. He has completely recovered
I from his recent illness that has pre
vented him rrom returning to his field'
of labor at an earlier date.
Ogden Couple Weds
In Salt Lake City
Sarah L. ShUPC, -58 Twenty -second
Street and Fred English. 25 Grant
avenue, who were married at the Ken-,
yon hotel. Salt Lake City, ure now
enjoying B honeymoon and expect to'
be :it home to their friends in this city i
w 1th In two weeks-
Babies $100 in
Texas, She Says
' DALLAS, Tex The price of babies'
IS $100 In Dallas A thrhing trade!
in new-born children is carried on
'by maternity homes here, according
i to Miss Alecla Brown, director of
public welfare, who Is asking the ,
city commission for an prdlnance reg
ulating such homes.
One man carries his stock in trade
I babies to the union station in a
basket and vends them like a peddler J
of shoe laces.' said Miss Brown.
"When the baby business Is slow in '
Dallas this enterprising merchant goes
on the road with pictures of his wares 1 1
as samples, and sells children all over
MONEY IS LOOKING
FOR THESE TWO MEN
SPOKANE Lots of us spend our
time looking for money But ruouey
is looking for Earl and Elmer Bel
knap, who aro somewhere near
Spokane. Chief of Police Weir has
been asked by Alice L. Spalsbury
of Birch Run, Mich., to locate the
boys. She says they have Inherited
a lai so sum. '
JAPAN PARLEY I
Ambassador Morris Given
Sixty-Day Leave of Ab
sence From Duties
WASHINGTON. Nov. 6. Announce- j
, ment today by the state department I
I that Roland 8 Morris. American am- i
bassador to Japan, had been given .
I Sixty-day leave of absence was taken I
as an Indication that the negotiations,
with Baron Shldehara Japanese am-
i bassador. regarding the unti-allen hind
'legislation In California practically had
; been completed.
i Mr. Morris who returned from Toklo
In June has been Carrying on the dis
cussions with the Japanese auibassa-
dor and it is believed that details of ;
i the new treat) with Japan, based on
I the California 1 iw adopted In Tues- '
day 's election have been agreed upon. !
j Vhfcn the treaty Is put in final for: i
1 it will be referred for approval by the
State department officials would not
ae.y whether the negotiations had been
ended, nor would they add to the an
nouncement concerning Mr Morris'
leave of absence, further lhan to say;
that It had no particular significance.
After Election We Cease to Be
PARIS, nr., Nov 6. President -elect j
W. G. Harding, en route to Point Isa
bel, Texas, stopped in Pnrls five min
utes today to greet a crowd of about i
.',000 persons gathered St the dr pot to
se his train pas through.
Responding to a request for a
Bpeechi he declared that "in our form
oj popular government, when a ma
jority has spoken we cease to b Dem
ocrats and Republicans in the party
sense of thoe terms But. we all bo- '
come Americans and for America
"For my part" he continued. "I do
not want my party to seek mainly to
keep Itself in power or to perpetuat
the place holding . of any man, but to
work to make America the best place i
in the world In which to live We can i
place our country on the right track.
I know we can for the heart of Ameri
ca Is sound and true and working to- '
gether. we can make America go for- j
SlHusMNfcfec. "trifle eM
piK. Mr W
ATHENS. Greece. Admiral P.
Coundoui lotls hus teen named regent
of Greece to' rule during the minority
; of Prince Paul w ho is not quite 20 I
veara old. Prince Paul. younger
brother of King Alexander who was
killed by a monkey s bit f . has been
I proclaimed king of Greece.
Mounted on the back of a recently
patented dressing chair for women is
.i triple mirror.
IF BACKACHY OR
bat Less Meat. Also lake
Glass of Salts Before Eat
Uric acid iu meat excites the kid
neys. they become overworked: get
j sluggish, ache, and feel like lumps of I
I lead The urine becomes cloudy: the'
i bladder is irritated, and you may bei
obliged to seek relief two or three
itlme3 during the nighi W hen the kid
I noys clog ou must help them fltisli '
'off the body's urinous waste or you
will be a real sick person shortly. At
'first you feel a dull misery In the kid
. ney region, you suffer from backache.
, sick headache, riizzine .s, stomach gets
1 sour, tongue coated and you feel rbeu
j ntatic twinges when the weather is'
I Eat less meat, drink lots of water,
j also get from any pharmacist four
ounces of Jad Salts , take a tablespoon 1
tul in a glass Ol water before break
I fast for a few days and your kidneys,
will then act fine This famous salts
is made from the acid of grapes and
Lemon juice, combined v. i i h Litbia, and
has been used for generations to clean l
jclogged kidneys dnd stimulate them to
j normal activity, also lo neutralize the
I acids in urine, so it no longor la a
i source of irritation, thus ending blad
I der w eakness.
Jad Salts In inexpensive, cannot in
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
llthia water driuk which everyone I
should take now and ihen lo keep the
kidneys clean aud active. Druggists
here say they sell lots of Jad Salts to
folks who believe m overcoming kid
ney trouble while It is only trouble. -Advertisement
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j IN THEIR NEWEST SUCCESS II
bweet Laveder,, 1
Well, perhips you laug-h at those days now, but down deep in your heart
you know you hold that first dizzy love affair as one of your most precioiu j
Mad vows, strange shyness dogged loyalty, foolish raptures remember I I
all the heights nd depths of that first great experience with life?
So it was with Lavender. H
It was ail her step-mother's fault, any way she had no business to keep fl
boarders in a college town with a pretty girl like that around. Recall your
youth, revive yourseif, laugh and cry.
HERE ARE A FEW SCENES WITH PUNCHES H
A comedy of youthful love and elderly Her name was Lavender but she her- 1
meddling. elf was true blue.
A comedy that proves it's no use shut- 110 mistake about these tender,
ting a lovesick girl up m a boarding school eentle women j they nave 8tron
unless you remove the fire escapes and stubborn loyalties, as Lavender s fa-
n-i. r A i j fn u i i discovered.
The story of a Bweet, old-fashioned loye A ed whicfl QVe3 h hfi bgst
affaa: and a girl with a sweet old-fash- Jc& &nd mtch.makers g aft
loned name. J?ley
The story of a girl whose personality Tney an kncw n0v to pick out a good -B
was as sweet as the flower name she bore. wife for clem but he wasn t interested j
One of England's most famous stage in wives. What he wanted was a sweet- j i
successes played by one of America's best heart the kind of sweetheart that only
loved stars Mary Miles Minter m Pin- Lavender knew how to be
ero's Sweet Lavender." Sweet Lavender not Lavender and old
The landlady shouldn t have had such a lace, but Lavender and young love. Quite 1
lovely daughter as Lavender if she didn f a different combination, you will admit. - I
...nit the roomers to fall in love. Sweet Lavender does that make you
She may be a sweet shy thing, but when think of your grandmother's treasure
she puts on boy's clothes, climbs out of the chest? She made Clem think she was a j
window at midnight, and hits the trail treasure, you may be sure j
watch out! Puppy love? Well, maybe. But you've
Her name was that of a gentle flower, heard how a puppy holds on to a root,
but her loyalty to the man she loved was Even puppies know what they want,
as stubborn as though she had been bap- Her name was Lavender, but she could
tized Eliza Jane. behave like a regular pepper bcx.
TOGETHER WITH I
AL ST. JOHN I
IN HIS LATEST AND BEST COMEDY I
"The Window Trimmer" I