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2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EV VRY 18, l9X
I CONGRESS LIMITS
Enlisted Personnel Favored is
Below Estimates of Baker
, WASHINGTON, Jan. 18. Congeea
voted Monday to limit the regular
army to 17i,000 enlisted men
j The senate, -i to 33, not aside its
decision of last week to reduce the
army to 1 60.000 and then without a
record vote adopted the original Joint
resolution of Senator New, Tlcpulduaii.
Indiana, directing he seen inry of
war to atop reoruitlnK until the army
j K la cut to 1 75.000.
RESOLUTIONS D1F1 l.K
The house ten minutes later adopt
ed, 285 to -I, a Joint resolution spons
ored hy Chairman Knhn Of Its mili
tary affairs committee, also directing!
the secrotary of war to cease enlist
ments until there are not more than I
176,000 enliyied men. nly Represen
tatives l?ee, Texas: Rlackmmi, Alaba
ma, and Coady, Maryland. Democrats,
I 1 and Cramton. Michigan, Republican
opposed the reduction.
! ! The two resolutions were almost'
identical In their provisions, each pro- j
vidlng that the 17f. 000 limit shall not
prevent the rc-enllftmcnt of men who i
have served one or more enlistments. I
' i The language, however, differs some-
what and either the seriate or the.
I house will send its r solution to con
ference for re-arrantrement. Action
by the Joint conference committee la
I K M.N ! VI) H I
j Action was taken against the rec-
j'l i ommcndatlons of war departments
i heads and General Pershing
i , j Secretary Baker before the senate
j military committee, advised against an
'i ' J 1 army of less than 250.000 after the
I j 1 "present necessity of economy had
been relieved" General Pershing de
1 clarcd an army of 200. 000 men cor.stl-
il j tuted a safety marg'n.
ii ! The senate vote howed that Several
!j i senators who last week went on rec-
' e ( ord as favoring an army of 150.000
had changed about, placing their Sjup
! port behind the 17".,00i fiKur.- .- ime
j I senators said prlvetclj that they be
ll . 1 lleved Prosldent Wilson would sign a
It, resolution placing the army at 175,000
fS " i.-.i 1 I hut would not approve a smaller num-
BODY OF SLAIN DUCHESS
SMUGGLED FROM RUSSIA
Kj I ! f : J: jl . LONDON. Jan. 18 Bodies supposed
Kj ' to be those of Orand Ducheu 'i?a.
Hh daughter of the former i car of Russia
and her maid are aboard the British
H I steamer Devanha. Which Is dui to
Mj ! reach Egypt late this weak Dlslntef-
Hy jjjii-i i red at Yekaterinburg, the bodies an
Hfj' !j 'i.'i I said to have heen smuggled thro
Hi i I f,"1 f'ersla and thence to Shanghai.
H,i 1 '! 4 : They wilt be taken to the Holj Land
' I for final interment.
ARIZONA PLANS BRIDGE
OVER COLORADO RIVER
H' j PHOENIX. Ariz.. Jan isi Appro-j
prlation of 1150, ixm provided in
1 a bill Introduced In the upper house
of the Arizona legislature for a bridge
1 over tho Colorado river near Pier-
I ;.' f ! ' ferry to connect tb- Vrrnwhcad high
way of Utah with Kinsman ami I'h-.e-j
nix and the national highway in north
I in One Day
Be sure its BroillO I j
The genuine bears this signature s
! I 1 j
TEXT OF ANNUAL REPORT
BY OFFICERS OF OGDEN
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
At the beginning of the year the
ic 1 -n Publicity bureau, which had
functioned as a chamber of commerce
I for six years, and the Merchants of
Ogdcn, a more recent organization,
were united by mutual consent am, in-
corporalcd under the name of Og
l den Chamber of Commerce. Later,
the Rotary club, in splendid spirit of
' cooperation and public service, under
took a campaign to secure additional
support for the Chamber of C Com
merce, resulting In more than doubling
the membership and income.
Th. chamber now has a member
ship of 4 73. and a prospective annual
income of oer $16,000, all of which
income Clin be devoted to activities
beneficial to Ogden since the Weber
club cooperates with the chamber by
furnishing, at cost, the social and en
tertainment features for which other
commercial clubs must expend the
m.ilor part of their Incomes; In fact,
the Chamber of Commerce and Weber
club act as a unit in all Important
matters relating to the welfare and de
velopment of the city.
Th Ogden Chamber of Commerc
has devoted its energies to carrying
forward the Industrial development of
tho city. The board of directors has
vigorously attacked every "Ncxi
Thing" of Importance to the com-
I munuy as n rami' up. activities lor
securing new Industries and building
I up Die city at oil times having the
light of way,
The matter of Greatest importance
to Ogden both started and finished
Within the year has been the -location
, of the Ogden arsenal, seven miles
south of the city, on two square miles
of sandy land almost valueless for ag
riculture, but combining conditions
, which cannot be excelled for an ar-
, senal site The Ogden Chamber of
Commerce was Instrumental both in
lM atlng the arsenal and obtaining the
j Before a final sanction of the propo-
sitlon could be obtained from the war
department It ns necessary to have
la contour survey of the site, which
' was accomplished through the activl
I ties of tho chamber.
It was neccasaVy to pay for certain
portions of the site and fur options in.
advance of knowing whether the ar
senal would be obtained or no;.
I Governor Bamberger arid the Cham
. ber of Commerce united 50-50 in ad-
vanclng funds for this purpose, the
, chamber being obliged to borrow Its
i share. The government has returned
! th money actually paid for the pur
: chase of lands, but the cost of options
surveys, Interest and other expehdl
tnr s has been met by the chamber.
Through 'he activities of the Ojiden
I Chamber of Commerce, public-spirited
Cl Is ns have donated funds for tho
purchase of an acre of ground to be
aaed as a site for the building of an
armory to cost approximately fl00,
The armory building will occupy the
Twenty-third street front, between
Washington and Adams, the rear of
1 the lot furnishing drill grounds In
this mutti r the citizens of Ogden are
providing a lot costing nearly $15,000,
The state will erect the building, to
, cost ?s:,r000. The United Stales will
I equip and maintain the armory.
i The number and value of new Industrie-
.secured by Ogden during the ;ear
has been unprecedented. Besides those
above mentioned and many others of
great importance, me I'acinc sruit
Express company is erecting on West
Twi-nty-sevenih street a very extensive
j Ice manufacturing plant, sufficient In
I capacity to refrigerate the thousands
I of fruit cars eatbound from Callfor
iru besidi s wirlnc or local shipments.
Kactoiies too numerous to mention
have been greatly enlarged, or entirely
rebuilt; for example, manufacturers of
sheet metal products, having outjjru'vn
their former quarters, purchased lite
Washington avenue property of the
street railway company, forme: :, ueod
as a powerhouse and car barns, and
have converted the same into an ex
The Spem Hour Co.. Globe Grain
& Milling Co. and the rtah Packing
corporftticn have completed iheli gn nt
plants cjimmebced in 1919. Ogden
for orac time been the canning
center, the pauklng house center and
livestock center of the Ihtcrmouritabi
country. Due t- the entrance of the
Serr- and Globe JOmpenic Into this
field. Opden it 119x1 undiaputerlly the
chief grain milling and grein handling
tenter for this region.
The Chamber of Commerce has been
active In initiating new movements,
such as the building of nn additional
hOBplfnl, forming a rating bureau, pro
viding a new hotel, ete. Strong tin m
clal lnterc-st-s have recently undertaken
In earnest to give Ogden a modern
hotel of sufficient capacity to care for
1 on ventlons. etc
IN FORM 1TION HI KIWI .
I'pon tho return of the railroads to 1
private ownership the Chamber ob
tained permission to re-establish an In
formation bureau at the Union s'.n
tlon. placing the same in charge ol
Professor J. A Smith, whj Is a good
;nlkr and possessed of a fund of In
formation concerning Ogden and
northern Utah. Ills dutlr are to in
terest as many as possible of the
Im-I a.: SiSvenoiVii Cords
I th Wrd SERVICE" in this instance carrlea a world of me--
Ztf E"ry ,cvolutlt" of your tires on slippery vylnter roaCi
I fati away their vitality and uiefulncn unlesi they're Immur..
j The manufacturer of Goodrich Sllvertown Cordt had In mind the
wort potiible road cood.font
and they built these ruflged tires
I v.ith the necessary resistance to tjiX!) I
J take the bumps and Jnrs without X uAfl AGivX
I material Injury. Aterr.- ii im V
To equip your car with Sllvertown ff AS
I Cords with Goodrich Red Tuoe
-rf 0I'L I!
I Inside Is to cut your tire bills In l -$J4CCaV0ifcr"r
j half and yet secure a more satis- rr JTIRES '"'fl
I fjtory (irc performance Let us xQUUBB vyN -v
i PrVe inside"" ri'fa
! Day and Night W 4
2444 Grant Avenue XfeobW
j tourists delayed between trains in (k- :
1 den, and to judiciously place our ad
I vertlslng matter in the ban. Is of
those who express a desire for further
Information. A common pracih in
the case of an Interested party who
has a half-hour layover is to advise a
w;ilk onto the viaduct and a view of
Ojrden's factories. Mr. Smith believes
that a tower at the station of suffi
cient height to afford the same vlcw
n-s does the viaduct would be a good
No direct advertising In newspaper
or magazines hcs been undertaken,
but the chamber maintains a supply
of folders and jiurchases hundreds of
copies of newspapers and magasines
containing articles and pictures of Og
den. A bundle containing about
twenty inserts of this literature Is
I eent to such parties as write for In
formation. This printed matter is only given
our upon request, nevertheless h has
been necessary to have printed 40,000
Copies of one folder during the year.
One thousand letters selling forth th.'
advantages of Ogden as a residential
City have bc-n sent to stockmen of the
ENTEHTAIXMENT OF VIS1TOB8.
mtLiig uiHiinuianeu guests, runroad
dfficials and delogatlons Jiave been en
tertained. Bahquets have been given
to (lovernor Brough, Bene tor Smoot.
Governor Bamberger, railway officials,
District Forester tiutli dgc and others.
This has Incurred no great expense,
since the chamber has paid for Hie
outside guests only. These entertain
ments and banquets have resulted in
severul decisions favorable to Ogden
1920 has witnessed the completion
of cement highways from Ogden south
to Salt Lake City and beyond north
to lirlgham City and the contracts let
for paving Ogdon canyon.
Our auto camping grounds have
been considerably Improved and kept
In excellent condition with the coop
eration of the city commissioners,
j who nave loyally supported this activ
ity. A. greatly Increased number of
I tourists haVe takl D advantage of the
j accommodations afforded Motorists
' call at the office of the Chamber of
Commerce ami at the camp grounds,
during the touring season, in great
i numbers, and commend us highly or
the information we are able to give
them, as well as for the accommoda
tions at the camp grounds.
An open forum has been estab
lished, to which the entire member
ship of the Chamber of Commerce is
called once a month, the object belnt
to give i-M-rv member an opportunity
to express Ills oplnkvi on th" needs of
the city, and what should be done to
, meet the re.tulre-cnents. Tho subject
for dlscu.-vion is announced with tho
call for the meeting, and nothing else
can be discussed; but other new mat
ters are referred to the next meeting
of tho forum.
The forum meetings are in charge
of a committee no one of whom can
be a member of tho board of directors.
A new chairman and one new mem
ber of the committee la eleeted ii
The Weber club dining rooms which
can he thrown together will set
scarcely 150. So long jus the nttend-i
ance of the forum does not prettily
exceed that number, the meetings of
ine lorum win oe neiu at an inexpen
sive dinner at the club
I N I 1 - PR1 IX MM)
The so-called Weber Club Industrial
Fund Is possessed of two parcel of
i land; an industrial site In Suit LiKe
City valued at $15,000 and 34 iots on
Thirtieth strr-' t In gden of doubtful
value owing to the heavy special taxes
agalnat them. Whenever the.se tracts
can be sold, a refund of about 50 per
cent can be made.
The Chamber of Commerce and tho
, Weber elub have functioned, as was
intended, practically as one organisa
tion. Tho two bodies. In order to be
successful, must continue this close
I cooperation. Dech needs the support
I of the other. Bearing this In mind.
! ami also the fact that the president
and the vice president of the elub
must be president and vice president
of the chamber It would appear that
I serious consideration should be ;:iep
the plan of combining the two i'.t'i one
corporation without, however, "Hsturb
Irig In the least the present arrange
ment whereby the club operates tho
rooms, restaurant and entortfciniuent
features and tho chamber conduct, the
department of cjvic and Industrial de
velopment. It Is to be understood that this re
port can mention only a very limited
number of the things accomplished
and of the activities In which your of
ficers, particularly the secretary, bavd
j engaged. The desire for information
j on all manners of subjects Is continu
ous and the information is promptly
i furnished from day to day. belntc sent
to all corners of our country. We are
'convinced that this sstematlc and per
sistent attontlon to detail Is of the
j highest Importance Very often the
j thing that was apparentlv small has
i led to the greatest resulLs.
I We feel that attention should be
I called to the special measures taken
.ind the work of tho secretai-y to in-
terest our own peoplo In our own
i onimunlty. This applies particularly
to the work with the schools. Through
( published articles and personal effort
, the secretary has Klven a trend to the
work In the schools that must give
pupils an Intimate knowledge of the
geography, geology, topofrraphy and
commercial resources not only of
Ogden, but of the entire lntermountaln
eountry. It has Just come to our
knowledge that a lest book on geol
oo'. soon to be published, Is to con
tain the picture of the Narrows In
Ogden canyon tosre-ther with full de
scription of Its location and Its mean
ing from a scientific standpoint. This
picture and Its description was fur
nished by tho Ogden Chamber of Com
,' rnerce and Is t0 be given the place of
honor In the book, which will go be
fore millions of school children In the
; next deeiade.
I In conclusion, we wish to state that
all signs point to a period of Import
ant industrial development for this
community The location here of the
bU floi-r milling plants and the gov
j rnment storage depot, after most ex
haustive investigation has fixed beyond
I question the tuct that this is the most j
convenient assembly for distribution I
of the things essential for supplying a 1
I large area of our country. Inquiries
j arc coming from all sources nnd arc
of such varied nature an to rsabll--h
beyond doubt that Ogden Is a most Im
portant center for continual growth
and prosperlt .
We congratulate the Chamber of
Commerce and the W, ber cljb on the
important work they have done In
bringing about this condition and we
urge that they persist in their efforts
to the end that the aplendid'worl: al
ready accomplished shall continue
O. J. STILWEI.k Secretary
WARREN L. WATTIS. President.
B ancj 9.3Q p m I
From the Book by
1 )UMAyj Charles Alden Seltzer
4 PATHE NEWS
Thursday Pearl White in the Great Alaskan Picture, I
"The Tiger's Cub"
Discovery Will Increase Drop
Ten Per Cent, Is Belief
DBS MOINES. la., Jan 18. Discov
ery by chemists of the Onlted Slates
department of agriculture of tho un
derlying cause vf the destructive corn
disease, "root rot," will onablo corn
producing stales to lnerease their
crops probably 10 per cent. E. T Mer
edith, secretary o the department,
said today In telling of the discovery-
Thi Information recently obtained
Is considered among the more Import
ant agricultural discoveries of recent
years, he wild. The Investigations
were completed about ten days ago.
tine of the effects of the disease.
Mr Meredith "aid. has been to make
j "rheumatic" and weak the earl ma
tured grain, chosen unwittingly by
growers for seed.
The root rot is caused by insufficient
Add In the stalk Juices, ho suld. The
'stalks are What are known ils "rheu
matic" and mature early. They have
been Insufficiently nouiished, and the
weakness of the parent stalk is pass
ed on In the seed.
Corn ''rheumatuun' can not be de
tected in the cured ear. it is said, but
careful examination of germinated
seed used for lestlng will disclose in
dications of root Vot.
SHIMMY AND THE
I AT SCHOOL DANCE
CHICAGO, Jan. 18 Th0 Shim
my" and the "toddle." arc not
proper dances for school enter
tainments. Superintendent Peter
A. Mortcnsen ruled today In bar
ring them from tho community
Teachers at the enters differ
ed In their opinions as to the pro
priety of the dances. It Is said, re
stilting In the edlct.
"Tho dances that resulted In to
day's order probably would bo
considered alright on the stage or
public dance floors, but In the
schools we must maintain a high
standard in all entertainments,"
Superintendent Mortenscn said.
' We try to keep every activity of
the centers on n plane so high
that school children can engage
in them. Naturally we do not be
lieve that the shimmy and tho
toddle ore proper dances for
1 1 WASHINGTON NOTES
j WASHINGTON. Jan. IS, Senator
(Smoot, Republican, I tab. Introduced
a bill Monday authorizing the secre-1
jtary of the Interior to lease coal lands
. ' Individuals or corporations In bl. Um
of 2 560 acres prospectors desiring to
do preliminary work In opening coali
deposits would be given license priv
ileges for temporary control of areas
of similar size.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 18. The
house resolution proposing repeal of
most special war-time laws was ap
proved Monday by the senate Judiciary;
i committee Under a committee I
I amendment the operation of the food
and iuei contract ;ut wuuld be con-!
WASHINGTON. Jan. 18. Unmar
ried war veterans must return to the
Ko eminent ns Income tax fmir per
cent of any disability payments they I
receive In excess of $1,000 a year The
treasury department ruled that it
I could not exempt such ex-service men
I although those still In tho service are
Irequlreel to pay only on amounts In,
I excess of 13.500 a year. War risk in
surance payments, however, are not I
WASHINGTON Jan iff. Concerns1
engaged in bulldinK over automobile
itops or bodleu for Installation on new
or old chassis were held to Le manu
facturers unci subject to tax as such
I In regulations Issued by the bureau of
Internal revenue The regulations ap
ply in cases even though all such tops
or bodies ar manufactured as needed
for an Immediate job.
CLASSIFY UTAH LAND
WASHINGTON. Jan 17 During!
December the interior dep.-irtment ,
classified 1G.01O acres in I'tnh and
17S.740 acres In Wyoming for entry
under the stockralsinjc homestead law,,
and designated 18.G20 acres In Utah'
for entry under th enlarge-d home-!
Nearly 6000 a res in Wyoming were:
las Lfied during the month us within
producing oil and i.- structure under
the Kenerul leasing act. The lotal area
I is now
. i scree.
IFBEE FOR ALL DEBATE
I FEATURE OF SECOi
C. OF C. OPEN FORUM
(Continued Prom Pose One.)
den by the addition to its Industries
were absolutely unable to find places1
In which to live.
Other gave their personal experi
ences In hou6C-huntlng upon their ar-
! rival in Ogden These speakcre were
among those who charged that prices
on houses here were beyond reason
, when compared with prices In other
The assault against the brick men
I consisted of what L. S. Hodgson, archl
i tect. said was a plain statement of fact
He said that the pre-war price of brick
I of a certain grade irae $7 a thousand
;on the cars at Denver and $lfi In Og-d-n
and lhal now this same brick sells,
j here for $3L' a thousand
The report of the- housing commit-
tee disclosed there were about 16001
more families in Ogden In 19l'0 than
In 1915 and that there was really a'
I decided shortage of houses.
A communication from the building
trades council. Grant Sfyphers. presl
dent, iggested. that an open forum i
, should he open to the members of the :
I building trades council In view of their!
importance m sin h a Ueslion as that1
; of providing homes. The mayor said!
i he was certain that anybody was wel
come to enter the foriim with lnform.i-1
I Prior to the housing discussion, the
I annual business meeting of the ejgdenl
e hamber of commerce was held. Pres- '
Ident Wattls presided but turned the!
meeting over to the new nrM.n
BYnnk M Drlggs.
The result of the election of direct
ors v as r. ad. The fifteen elected art
Tank M Driggs. I. N. Pierce Charles
i U frarton, James H. Douglas. H L
Herrlngton. A IV Uigeb.w. James
Brcnnan. J. 8. Lowis Fred M Nye
Joseph Parker, Harry Shearman. '
The annual report of the chamber
was read by Mr Btllwell The text
of the report will be found in another
place In this Issue.
Mr. Wattls made a suppleinenturv
report in which he gave virtual assur
ance that Ogden would have another
good hotel here soon, financed by ig
den citizens " b
NAVY TO TRY HURLING
SEAPLANES FROM SHIP
WASHINGTON. Jn. 1 S Naval air-'
Planes, Instead of 'taking off from :
the decks of ships while at sea will'
be hurled from eutanults if evnn.r-i
ments of the naw department prove
successful the house naval committee
was told by Captain T. T. Craven, di
rector of naval aviation. Tests are be
ing made, he said, at the Washington
navj yard, where It Is planned to shoot
a seaplane from a catapult soon to sec
It the plan Is feasible
Captain Craven said he was convin
ced the new method would prove su
perior to present method"
The navy is attempting also t0 con
struct collapsible planes, the commit
tee was Informed, SO the.v can be taken
down and stored In-board during bad
weather at sea.
An appropriation of 116,000,000 ha,
been requested for naval aviation dur
ing the coming fiscal year.
Bertha Rulringer Is the proprie
tor Of a successful roofing business
in Dayton. O.
A lot of our competitors pretend to be rnysiifje( a,ou.
how we sell at such small profit At first tho honestly bjfl 1
1,,-v,- v. . have some erookorl methods tti.il n ,,,tr j,rj..M
H possible Later hr learn wo ilnal hon. -.th .,,.,! ; Ill
I customers sweai by our integrity. rhen they learn thedi
N until The;, Kirn th;i1 our efforts .if not wholly for seH
1 Lsh gain lliey l''ani that buying in lup tiiantitii.s ami pav. ' U
i - .1-1- " ,,::'!': '" ,"'-m ' m
our method of eeenoray in selling ami handling foorls arjH
i H V.i -' ',TM-rr II: (in I , ; , ,... Q I
n mosl eaaea are more than twice unp-h ,,s .,ur trro-s profit
H Th. re are no secrets to our plan, -lust plain arefuineB
1 being saving and not nfraiel of hnr.l orl-. makes our sninllS
r profits possible. 1
I Visit Our Stores 1
I and Save 1
12 Unusual Wednesday Bargains!
I 65c 1 -pound can Old Master Coffee mki
S 10 pounds large Onions 15- K?
3 40c medium size Pineapple, 3 for 85cK5
; 10 bars Polar White Soap 55c
15c fancy Blue Rose Rice, 10 pounds 89c mt
I 45c package Sperry Wheatflakes 3
l 55c fresh churned Creamery Butter, 2 for 95c
jij $2.25 9-pound can Crisco $1.80 fc
H 12 bars Creme Oil Soap 90c fe
j 15c Solid Pack Tomatoes, 6 for 7
;l 25c Early June Peas, 6 for 90c M?
I 25c cans Nekco Sardines, 2 for 35c Bp
I Some Regular Prices
CANNED IvHLK CHEESE MACARONI
35c Eagle Braml : 20c package Eimento
Milk 30 ! Cheese .... 15
15c Tall Secrn Milk. ' 20c package Nippy
for 25c Ch e :c t I
15c Tall Borden's Milk, I oe Cream Choose. '-
2 for 25C ; noun, I , 3Qe ;
y Joe Tall Carnation Milk, 40c V. A. Cheese, n-V
lor 25c pouri.l 33c j
A Small cans Milk, 4 t 40e Y A Cheese I bv 1 fcri.
tor . 30c li" h.-i'i 1...M..I 35r j
SEAFOODS 10c packages Macaroni,
40e Reel Alaska Sal- Spaghetti. Xondles or ir;"
inon 33C Verm i 1 1 1 . :': n.r 23r J Tx
.'Joe Tall Fancy Chinook 15c Eastern Maea- j
salmon 2S roni . . 10c I
35c Fancy Small Sal- L5c Bulk Macaroni, 1 px
mon . . 29C , 4 pounds 55o l . :
30c Tall Medium Ri d l.". P.ulk Ma.-aruui s
Salmon 25C : pounds. . 1.00 I 1
J.'.e Tall I'ink Alaska CEREALS I.: ::
Salmon 1 ... 30r Wfc
:!'.' Can Striped kair- (.enn-a 28c HBri
Tuna . . . . 25 c -"e package Grape- Kej
for 25C ' 4.".. pad ag Wl eat- I :
25i Nekco Sardines 20c Elakes 39c !L
20c Mustard 9ar- 40c package Boiled E
dines ...... 15 j Uats ?,o( WSUy
.ii.- Dry Shrimps. . 25c ' pindca f'ulfe.l l-y,
I5c Large Cove Oys- Wheat 15c I ,
tera .... 37C 25c Puffed Riee, 2 muse,.
Small C..e (vs- for 35c
tprs 19C 30e package Kellogg'i Bnf
25c Minced Clams . 20c Bran .... 2 5c ;
DRUG VENDORS RECEIVE
TERM ON M'NEIL'S ISLAND
BAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18. Harry
I l'llsrifrr and John Clurk.sor, pleaded
, k'ullt Monday In tho federal court of
j Violating tho Harrison n.ircotic act In
that the attempted to brlnp $76,000
worth of druxs from X?w York to
this city for Illicit salo mid wer? ien
t. need to ierve fifteen montha each in
tho McNeils Island federal penitenti
ary. A Pf lion of the drug shipment, rai
led at M5,ooo. was brought here In
Milt cacs which the author,. i.
I eaBp checks revealing the presence
of trunks in ChlcuKo and Boise Ida
' '"",:m",nR M0.0D0 worth of druea
I also wero taken from the men
ffl SUFFERED FOR YEARS
ML NOW ABLE TO EAT
HH MOST EVERYTHING
I-fel Bark Root Tonic
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Ogden, Utah Strnth-Paus Drug Co
Distributor 1 Lak; Clt
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bled with Catarrhal lafncsj haSBBii
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Srrni. inhalori .iP'l C0'J'B"'- -'-1
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and force the disease Into "''IImS
ear which frequently mc-ins ''tPP T, y,
or elo tho dlfnso rni.y ;hH
down the air i-a.ifK towr HjHH
which l.i equalU ok danccrou.
lowing f. rn.nl., when H '.--'-J "
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I especially efficacious l ''. er' isd.
who lv under more (a-- -
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I'jimlnt i Double; strength) i!7HPflfcZr
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times a dav This will often DrwHIiM7l Of ft,
relief from i w'Wb
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person who has cntir GpU J1V
Is hard of harimr should STj
,ment a trial. Ad ver''--. -"r" Wf
to break th,. I"r ,oa W J4 J.
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longing: for u cigarftte. cis rljiMha5
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To-Bai Ublct In j our nl0"f jl WDb
to help rtdi-io ''" :' ,'aim jlt
Shortly the habit nav ,
broken, and you are better
tally, phslcrtll. rlnanou(dM J
easy, so simple VIA
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all craving for '
our drugs will iftl"
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