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10 THE OGDfcrj 5i AINDAKU-LAAM1NER , SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1920.
LIKELY TO DROP
I Scarcity and High Cost of
Hardwoods Blamed for
I Present Prices
H Furniture dealers prit their toeth
H -ind groan whi n tlx y t.ilk t ' lb'' 1,-00. t
H old days," say.1 The Grand Rapids
H Furniture Record, when they sold
H whole household outfits tor what one
cood living' room suite costs today.
Ktit so far as furniture nri is con-
rerned these were not pood dayHi
cause the furniture made then could
not he sold todav In :i modern furnl
ture store at any price.
The public has become educated to
l' multure of artistic merit and onl
those who cannot :ifforl period Btyl
H furniture will buy the poor design! to-
day. Even farmers are buying period
r and lh fancj decorated furnl-
ture In lacquer, polychrome .not hand
Even thougli wages In furniture fac
tortes had not advanced more than lOo
per cent during tin last eighteen
months and freight rates had not been
j advanced 33 1-3 per cent, furniture
I would still be expensive today . ..m-
pared with six years ugo. The chief
j reason for the present price of furni-
I the grow
woods, and as hardwoods are growing
J more scarce and more expensive
I ear, It Is onlj reasonable to exped
that rurnRUre win do likewise
f I 'lain oak lumber in 1913 sold for
I SS5 per thousand feet. Today the
price is $170 per thousand. Quarter
sawed oak has risen during the same
period from $102 to 2G0 per thousand
feet and is haul to Si this
H- figure. Mahogany, which has to be
H Imported -Into this count
thousand, and walnut, which was ns. d
for gun stocks during the war, now
s.-lla for $270. Walnut once was so
plentiful it was used by A merle
farmers for fence rails, uiu walnut
"burl" or stump recently whetl made
into veneers, brouglu $l.l:'00 This
happened lo be a beautiful spCcifnan
i and therefore the veneci brought this"
. aordlnarj. figurt
T number of cases wht re IS, 000 has
been paid for the veneer front one
The other reason why furiturc v ill
never be cheap is that tin- people no
I longer will buy poorly made i !-
script furniture, and therefore few
factories arc making Sin h Tin' public
wants good workmanship, h "m nlturc
workers before the war were receiving
: less than carpenters. Toda Ihey are
i being paid anougli so ihat they are
i contended to remain at their 'trade
i and arc not lured away by auto man-
utrtcturers and contractors and build
era. Expert wood workers are becom
ing more scarce every year, and it was
necessary to ejevate the trade in order
to encourage young men lo study and
J If people want their children to
have furniture at the sun. price lh .
are paying todav , thej must Insist that
congress adopt a rcfore station policy
Hi and help Increase the I
ply of this country before it Is com
HH pletely exhausted li Amerli i has to
J buy her hardwoods from Russl;
i other foreign countries, furniture In
1 twenty-fivo years will be nearly double
what it is today.
HH ' on
If Mutuals to Conduct
I Program in 4th Ward
.Members of the Y. L. and Y. M. .M
I. A, of the Fourth ward will hold a
; joint program in the ward thi eve
ning at 7 p. m. Superintendent E. S.
Hinckley of the Slate Industrial school
will be the principal speaker.
Harold Dahlstrom will talk on
"Come, Come. Yv Saints." pageant
representing the "Mormon Pioneers"
will alsobc festured during the eve
nlng s program.
I Reorganized Church
I Elder to Talk Today
Elder R. L. Fulk of the Reorganized
I L. D. S. church, will deliver the first
M of a series of lecturer at th,e church at
j Fifteenth street and Washington av
' 'nue today. Elder Fulk has reccmh
returned from Idaho, where he was on
a lecture tour. Upon completing a
series of lectures in Ogden, he will re
turn to his home in Springfield. ID.
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BATIK BALL OPENS FREAK SEASON
CHICAGO, toehold the batik 1 li n queer word thai has to
i with ag "lil Javanopc method of applying 8ye t cloth a crazy
design dyed by covering the resl of :li' ltlt with y was that comes
bff after the dyeing is finished. Artists and Bociety rolka have
caught the fever and ii broke out all oye a batik ball recently ltohl
here Lovely ladies wete togged ew in their birthday epatiimes, ex
cept for siik scarfs iiinl aronnd from armpit to knee The rest pi
them v;is painted in jjrighl colors. Two of the Javanese group at--shown
above: the Misses Florence (left) and Marie irifrhn Walsh.
I Weights were used in this, costumes to keep the gentle breezes from
blowing up a scandal. Tin batik ball was given by the National
Art Service league the firsj t the season's crop of freak-dress
ELKS TO CONDUCT
Genera! sPublic Invited Fine
Program at Elks'
j T! Ri?ht Reverend Arthur W.
! Moulton. bishop of UtQil, will deliver
; the memorial services to he held by
lOffden lodge No. 7 If. B. H. O. Elks.
! today, commencing :it 3 o'clock.
. The servire.s will be held in the
1 lodge room ot the club on t'.rant
Every nimicr ta urgea to pre -ent
and a general Invitation to att' inl
' Is extended to the public.
J 11. Knauss. chairman of the coni
! niitter in charge of the inemorlal day
i program, announces the following
Organ prelude by Sam F. Whltaker.
Opening addresa and r?i monial re
sponsp by the lodgo officers.
Invocation by the chaplain, T. J.
Solo. " The Better Laml" ( Roger i
J by Joseph Femelips.
Calling the roll by the exilted ruli
Duet. "Some where" (Turks) bv Mrs.
I Fred X. Hcm and .Mr. Fernfliue.
I A SUNPROOF
I Kw Proof
1 I PIONEER ROOFING is permanent roofing. 8
j I Sold with a guarantee that really guarantees.
j I You will find PIONEER used everywhere on I
j I thousands of office buildings, factories, bunga-
lows and handsome residences and you
always find it giving excellent satisfaction
DISTRIBUTORS FOR OGDEN
I I Badger Coal & Lumber Co.
j si Burton-Walker Lumber Co.
1 Elcdes Lumber Company
J Pioneer Lumber Company
I Utah & Oregon Lumber Co.
I Wheelwright Lumber Co.
Closing ritualistic services by the
Quartet. "Calvary" (Rodneyi by Bfra.
iies-. M. Pernellua Mrs. C. li Bteveni
and Leslie Savillc with Mi.- Tram
Marsh -as accompanist.
Memorial address by Judge Arthur
E. Pratt. .
Solo. - .Vow the Pay Is Over"
(Speaks) by Mrs. Hess.
Oration by Bl."htp .Joulton.
Closing Ode. "Nearer My (iod to
Thee." by officers, members and the
Benediction by Rev. John W. Hys
lop.. rrgan postlude by Mr M'hltaker
Editor Standard -Examiner:
It the Waher County Irrigation dis-i
trlt legally organized? In BeCtlOn 3,
Irrigailon-Ditriit knv.V approved!
March 18, 1019. it states that the coun
ty commissioners shall sutiit the
M i ok i ..t one "i ni ) persona from
leach of line dlvistons" to br otrd un
a dlreotora. They iid so, but sub-1
mitte'd the hanie of a member "f the
I Islature and he was elected and
lu. iris the office.
Section page 60. compiled laws
"Ineligibility of Member of Office Cre
ated." No member of the legislature
during the torwi for which he was
ieb-rled, -h ill ! lei t.p d r a I'po i n -d
!tn any elvil office of profit under this
state, which shall have been created)
i or the cnoulment of which shall have
; been Increased during the term for
1 which he was elected "
KfoW farmers, cnniint the question
be rightfully aslcod, "Is the irrigation
district 1-Kally organized '" Soon an
It i ion will be held to elect a director
to represent division No. 3. and the
! farm bureau, probably without legal
advice has nominated a member of
Ithe legislature for the office.
We do not Question tho ability of
the nominee, however, we farmers
; should be ' ireful and not create a
legal entanglement which would Jeo
pardize tDQ success of th' project
: (Signed i A FARMER
THIS TOWN S JAIL
FAR TOO LARGE
CHXNUTE, Kan Chanute has
j more housing accommodations than
:it needs f'r its few lawbreakers, and
I less thnn ii needs for Its aiitomo
I bile. the city commissioner?
i ha e voted to turn part of the city
j jail into a garage.
Make Shaving a Pleasure
With Cuticura Talcum
After shaving with Cuticura Soap the
Cuticura way, Cuticura Takum it an in
dispensable adjunct Antiseptic and pro
phylactic, il 16 soothing and refreshing to
the most tender skin.
rimplr ti'h Trie bv Mu Addraa "CittnrB
LkborkUrUiJWpt ISf Vl'4,i Vim ' Sr.ldntry-'i-my
if--. Oi'ilnciU3r.JWV;. Tlrut4-T.
Cuticura Soap bas without nof.
On Sale Downstairs j I
One Thousand Pairs Women's j I
Pumps and Oxfords Half Price and Less j I
i Satisfy your desire for handsome footwear at old-time priees. Opening
tomorrow in the great Downstairs Shoe Store. One thousand pairs
of women's patent leather pumps and oxfords. From some of the
ri best makers in America. Buy them for street wear,
for dancing, for afternoon occasions. All sizes, all
I widths, hundreds of styles.
J Values to $9 Values to $11 Values to $15 j
AS COMING STAR
Ogden Football Player With
Navy Team Boosted
Newspaper clippings of tho Army-
Xavv Kni" play (I Si the l'olo
grounds. New York. December -X.
and relating in detail the part whlch
In " Conroy, former wearer of :be
Orange nnri Hlael: took In the Kane,
havt been received by Dr. yiil Mrs.
i E. M Ciinroy of this city.
1'ractically alt the cllpplngi acclaim
I Conroy as one of the shining stars In
th" football firmament.
Frank R. Mnke. n correspondent
I for a nationwide news service, in a
i pre-Army-Navy game writetip. listsj
Several players as superior to Con-1
J rov but IneludeH hini among the play- ;
era who hid fair ty carv their Initials
I near the top in football histor
i ino ,f the clippings, in comment-i
'ing on the fourth period Of the Ram".!
j stated that after the Nay had scored
I their touchdown Conroy plunged (
: through the line for nearly forty yards
i In three plays and finally lost the hall
'on the army'? thirty-five yard line.
His work in thi period was described
vv li. "Big Bill" Edwards. Ameri
ca' foremost football authority, in an
I article written for the Philadelphia
I North American, named Koohler, Con
roy and Noycs as the heroes of the
'game. "Conroy's dafehlng running
J was a treat worth seeing. The Navy
quarterback, apart from playing an
excellent Individual game, handled his
j team With rare skill and judgment "
Another excerpt from Edwards'
comment on the pa rue was (n tho
; next play Conroy made a beautiful 1
I dash around left end which advanced
thfi lall to the Navy's 84 -yard line.
Coiii'o In' the line for a aln of nine
yards. Conroy made it first down on
Army's 34-yard line." '
Ogden, it is reported, is the only
city In the United States that can
'boast that two of her athletes partici
pated In the Army-Navy ganip this
year J-rp Richards, a teammate of
I Conroy's, substituted at left halfba k
1 for Smythc during tho final period "f
! the game.
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Prof, Driggs Talks
to Coalville Teachers
COAT.vildd:. He. i. rrofessor
Howard Driggs, formerly of Ogden,
amir. ed i In ii iuhcrs of the Couhille
school district here yesterday after
noon. More than thirty instructors!
were in attendance. Professor Driggs;
spoke on "Methods of Teaching Eng
Miss Rose Jones of the 1'nlverslty
of Utah faculty also addressed tne lo
cal Instructors s"uit. a H. Fowler and
Principal 1 Bond spoke on thej
conditions of the local schools and
i what should be done toward better.
ACCORDING TO HATS
SPRING I'lKhD, Mo. It's to be a
j mild winter, according to tho bats
Thousands of bat3 eai h fall hibernate
I In tho famous Marvel cave In the
I Osafks. When the winter Is to be se
ven, they wing their way far into the
winding passages, where no blizzard
can semi Its cj breath. When tt is
to be miild, they hanif by thousands
from the walls nnd roof of the on
trance chamber This year the clus
ters of bats have formed In the en
trance, and the Ozark mountaineer
are making their plans accordingly.
Rumania possesses man natural
OHWKnenamKnrarjenEr -c .aim..
Newly Formed Quartet
Sings in Church Today
The music In the First Pre shy terlan
I church today will he furnished by the
now quartet recently organized 'io
continue ihe church praise Dumbew
throughout the winter. The quartet
will provide tho special numbers not
only for the morning and evening
services, but will gho three special
programs during the holiday season as
The quartet consists of th follow
ing well-known singer:-.. Mrs. Agnes
Wuriicr. soprano, Mrs. C. II Steven-,
alto; James Simpson, tenor, and Wal
ter 1j. Stephens, bass. Miss Martha
S Coleman who has recently assumed
the direction of the musical depart
on nt of the State School for the Deaf
and Blind, will be the accompanist.
Two quartets Will be rendered with
solo numbers at each of the servli es
POOTM l WALKS 211 000 Mild -LONDON
After walking, it is esti
mated. "1 1.000 miles during his 30
years as a postal carrier, Charles Den
j ly, Cobhum postman, has retired.
Central Junior High
Work on the Central Junior high
school is being rushed to completion,
according to tfupt. W. Karl Hopkins
of the Ogden schools. Members of
the board .f education in company
with Supt. Hopkins have inspected
work thus. far accomplished at school
and say that the building in all prob
ability would be completed and ready
for use by January 15
1 .The building, when completed, will
( he one of the best in the city and
will have every modern convenience.
A modern basketball floor and gym
nasium are to be included in the build
Work on the South Washington
school addition Is also progressing and
may be ready for use during the sec
ond semester, it is reported
I Mil l 0 ERLOOKKD
HOUSTON. R. J. Cox left an over
coat with $60 in It. on tho seat of his
I auto. Stolen. Now he wonders how
the thief happened to leave the auto.
Ttr,.-juTnujaL i ,iz--r---- a laaaaaaaaaaaBaaaal
Oncers Elected I
by Masonic Lodges H
Thomas S. Sha-ughnessey was elected pP
worshipful master of Wasatch Lodge V
' U I Masons at --' Sk
meeting of members held last I-rl-
daj eveqing. James Q. Leavltt w.(-
elected senior warden and David L.
, Stein Junior war.len. Frank K. Ni h
' ols was elected secretary of the or
Iganlsatlon and a. V Mcintosh treafl-
urer. Wade Johnson was named ti ns-
At a meeting of the George Wash-
(ngton lodge members; J Walter El-
UngSon was elet t d worshipful mtcster.
W. J. Allison was named senior ward-
en and q. F. Korstlan junior warden.
W B. Mowbrey won out In the race
, for the secretaryship and Frank H.
! Smith was elect er treasurer.
WANTED AT !.(
PliAOES FOB THEFT
LONDON Whin Joseph Basset) '"'?
was arrested at Slough on a charge of
stealing a'blcycle at Eton he admitted
he was wanted at no fewer than ni
places for theft! HH
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STEALING A SECRET OF 1
STRONG MEN'S STRENGTH " I
MedicrJ Science shows why Spinach and
Carrots with organic iron often so surprisingly
increase one's strength, vigor and endurance. flPi
Th bie burly man lying on the floor OUGHT TO BE ASHAMED OF
HIMSELF but hit blood i tlnn. pale and watery anJ he limply hadn't the Jr v
trenRth and enduran- e to "go Up against" the little fellow. When there is a A -' " 3B?x WmM
C-rat deficiency of iron in the l)h...l von often hav e shortnesi of hrcath or palpi- -Ai -- Ml
tation of the heart and you m.. I MINK, i OU H W E HEART TROl'liLr. J ' - V -f'
The reaion for tins is simple THE IKoA 1 N YOUR BLOOD TAKES V" "V . -THY
OXYGEN from vour lur.--; and carries it to every part of your i-odv v T
W1THOIT IRON YOUR BLOOD CARRIES NO OXYGFN and WITH- , A rmWt ' 4
OUT OXYGEN you may Have shortness of breath; your heart flutters on some ' ' "H-V ,'.-. '
' slight provocation and sometimes there ii, A FEELING OF SUFFOCATION -" -" - I
OR DIZZINI SS, ' ie in e as if someone shut otf o.e- breath, so no wonder " I '
you lote so much of your bodily vior, strength and endurance. V , V j M
Scientific experiments have proven conclusively that a secret of the strength, '. i- -V1 l'L ' -'--T, .'" pj 19
POWER AND ENDURANCE OF ALL STRONG MEN, is an abundance ",".',' O 7" VJ
of iron in the blood. Without iron your blood loses its power to change food ' . h : - Vv I ' -! " j
into living tissue and "nothing you eat does you the proper amount of good; ' V IV . ': ' ' ftf pH
yOU do npt get the full strength out of it. fTLr 'J- J--'-A - '-l'.' ''
PRIZE FIGHTERS, WRESTLERS and ATH- fi'f'' j h i - I
LETES have learned the value of pJenty of plain, ii Vi'7 . jH
.-or .e foods in iheir training as such a diet helps supply J&kvJjv A x 3- ' i ' vfl
their blood with iron. s V J. jfjuNS jy i W
TH FRF ARF JO, 000, 000,000,000 RED BLOOD I f "TJftLv
CoRPl'SCI FS IN' li IJLOOD WH I '. 11 ,f T
Nature put plenty of iron In thr huslti of (rraini an fir K'' V. ffMjra5-jyt H
skins nd prrla of vesetablei and f rulta to enrich your b.'cod, IE0 ;.v' ' -iJBtt TBtvP
but modern mrthodn r( tookT; tBrow alt thru- thing away mi' lRStt'' --"V -Jrf -EsfSzl
li-n-r the alanning incrtc i n r.:ent y.-iro In ara'.mia iron 1 1 ef mlpP 'fSSaw -
starvation of the blood, with all Us attendant (III When " I U -J Kiu'-fLi 5? 7SSU '
Cr up feehnf tir in ttie moi runt. wii. n you find . urvil 1 aMtaapMtfc I XjL -. j-ffiP
nrn'cuv irritable and cajil "pset; when )uu wan no lorujer do I" aJSf 5"- - V jbaaaa35"
your day'n work without tv nc all fuat .-d out at nigl.t; wlieo 11 " SflaHaaVaBuK -fW
vour difrtlon all goes wrong., or you have pains acrot the I &stBB& 'It' "
baaScund your fa. e looka pak and drawx. l - 'W A Rir mini v 1
you go all to ;.:eccs and colUnte in a sUt: ol nervous proitra- V ff QBtSS MmJf D,U KU1-CL ANTAGONIST
iion or iine.l in .oor wc'eced condition you contract f-rnr . "f WWKfU WITH PALE, THIN
-nous dlate. but con in it your faml:..' phsilclan and have - SSsSy V 1 FRY Rf nr r
him take a specimen of your blcod and make a 'I' - rS-jjigy d uuu
if your red blood f.rpuitlc or tejt the lron-p.jwer of your K'JwrKn A&tKUtw y Prov no mfttch for an ac-
hlood youraelf bv adding plentv of spmach carrots, bat'd yjgwfllJaMl pHEaT liVC mall man with the
apples or other iron-con(ainlng fruits and vegetable, to , l;r TRtSSU aBBBBBaF there" trencth nl -r, 1 y
diilv fi-d and take organs iron wuh them for a while and ee VLri9 ,f ' "reng. n and endurance
bow your condition improves. Sio' lnar f"1" trorn bloced rich in 1
Thousands of peopl' have surprisingly increased their strength, organic iron content) ""j , re,on why U explain
energy and endurance in two week tune by this simple eipenment. to eating half a ciiart ed ,n tho cconipanyinir artiel.
Hut in making this test be sure that the iron you take u orranlc iron ,pina-h or one ouartof - 1 "r"CIe.
and not metallic iron or mineral iron wh.ch people usuallv take. BreerTvec-lable It ts hire tii-ine. . . I 7
Qrtanlc Iron la like tbeiron In your blood and like the iron lr n,jinaCh. Lu "U. Sf meat Alwav, fi nJ . ef ract 01 ,n"d of eating
lentil, and .opt, while metallic iron I. Iron luti aa It cornea from rATEDSoN. l?Jou m luilSSSm'JV 1 '" orwnie
the action of strong ands on small pieces of iron. Organic icon phono lor a oackaee tl ,v ln , l ln! aj,t? UP to the mark tele i
j may be had from your druggist under the name of Nusated Iron. ? everyublet Vo'ur 'aonty wiu'reflino'" fo,r th K
Nujated Iron represent organic iron in ach a hlphl eoncenUateH Hirers If you do not obtaia perfcctlv aatliTieVe. , tIle anufac
brm that ooe doae is estimated to be approxJmateU e. (divalent (la all drnggtsts. "av.iory results. For sale by