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2 1 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER jf; 1913.
H Buy your Christmas Presents before
! they have all been picked over Let
I us show you what we carry
GEO. A. LOWE COMPANY
Iji WRONG ADDRESSES
I PLACED ON LETTERS
IpNtDUtw General Burleson lias
Started a vigorous cAmpaign to re-
lieve the postal service of the great
rand needless burden Imposed upon
lit by the public In sending through
SBBBBI bonld ihow
I Let the Test Be
Musical Results I
Your choice of a Player H
1 Piano should be deter- H
! mined SOLELY by the I
Musical Results you ob-
; tain from it.
With t h e Flexitone I
Soloist Player Action ev- B
ery musical result is pos- B
l sible. This action is in-
I stalled in the following MB
High Grade Pianos : I
I CHICKERING & SONS,
I HAINES BROS., and M
MARSHALL & WEN- H
I Call and hear the Flexi- fig
L I tone Player Piano.
I GLEN BROS. PIANO H
J 2470 HUDSON AVE
B iljji R !
. h An early order for Christmas
S Pictures would be appreciated
'! Call and see new styles.
THE TRIPP STUDIO
320'2 25th St
'''jLM "The Photographer In Your Town."
-5 Done Right Prompt and
' Reasonable Ratei.
1 T. S. HUTCHISON
'$M I Phone 1123 W. 306 25th St.
the malls lottons and packages bear
ing insufficient and improper ad
dresses. The volume of this kind
of mail has increased to such propor
tions recently as to seriously impair
the efficiency of the sen-Ice. This
is especially true since the inaugura
tion of the pnrcel post service. In
Chicago for Instance a recent count
disclosed that out of 465.750 pieces
of first class mall received at the
Mkl ,ffr-n 'fl fiTfl -.t- 41 Tiftr ounl
worn Insufficiently or Improperly ad
dressed. To supply correct address
es on this mail through a search
of the directories costs the depart
ment In Chicago alone about ?7o,000
per annum, In addition to the ex
pfnsp of rehandling. forwarding and
returning a largo percentage of It.
The approach of the holiday season
volume handled becomes enormous.
It Is of grave Importance that this
burden he reduced to the minimum.
The carelessness of the public In
addressing mail matter has been at
tribute to several causes among
which may be mentioned the follow
ing; The impression which has been
gained through newspaper stories of
the special aptitude of certain clerks
In deciphering "freak"' addresses that
Uncle Sam will deliver anything
bearing a name; the practice of cer
tain business concerns of omitting
from thnlr stationery street num
bers, etc. with the Idea that this
gives them an advantage over their
competitors, and the representations
of certain advertising agencies that
advertisers will save by omitting
from their advertisements street
The postmaster general has direct
ed postmasters throughout the coun
try to use every proper means of
educating the public In the correct
method of addressing mail and to en
list their co-operation in the effort
to improve the postal facilities by
pointing out the delay to which ail
of the mall Is liable because of In
sufficient ami Improper addresses on
a part of it Postmasters will be
supplied with rubber stamps ben ring
BEGAN TO FESTER
Eruption Like Ulcerated Pimples.
Itched and Irritated Awfully. Hair
Fell Out. Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment Cured in Three Weeks.
P. O. Box M, Groonvlllo. Cal "Lj
fall my luby hoy. Unaml half year old.
fll and lilt t lie hack nf his head on t he door-
;jV iulte . kmIi I
t ' T ) thought it would
r, - y hal riicht away so
j when I picked him
v V "P a"J washed hi
. Y j otiltandhe
- T"''Kv soon wa,! Playing
Yl ' lr- 9 J .'icain. The nox'
JXr- fl I Pvp- morning there was
i7i n II II . a scab ovor It. but
after a f'w day It IwNsan to fetr and ut lirr
sot nmo near It Thny rotniuencvd at
his ncrk and Rrarf ially sprvfj to the top of
hU head The eruption was like ulcerated
lilmplri and itched and Irritated him aw
fully, ftprvlally at nlicut. when he would
kcraleh and ill hi- head. I had hard work
1 to ep him from -crfttddiiK them. His
hair fell out where tho acres weio thicUrsi
"Tho tores looked rod aud mattcrated. I
I Lad all hi hair cut cirwe to his head eo I
could net the Cuticura Ointment on well
night and uiorninp and I waalied his head
well with tho Outlrura floap. In two works
It was healed nicely and In thrco work he
wm cured and b6M is not even a -nr "
(Signed Mrs. A B. Wolfrs. Dm 17. L019
OuMcr-a Soao 2.V and Cuticura ( Untmenl
50c. are Bold evcr where. Liberal sample of
each njallod free th BSVp, Skin Book. Ad
I drwi pout -card' Cuticura. Dept T. Boston "
-Mrn w honha e and shampoo with Ollr
tlcura Soap will find It lest fi.r skin an. I
the legend ' Delivery delayed on ac
count of Incomplete nddrs." and
this will hr placed on all mall which
it Is necessary' (O subject to special
treatment The postmaster general
' feels confident that once the public
I realizes the gravo importance of
properly and sufficiently addressing
mall there will be a material reduc
tion in the volume of poorly ad
dressed matter and a corresponding
Increase in the efficiency of the pos
UNDER FIVE MEN
Washington, Nov. 11 Secretary
Lane of the Interior Deparluu-nt has
placed the reclamation service under
the supervision of five men, three
of whom are his appointees. K. H.
Newell remains ae director and A P
Davis as chief engineer. Judge Will
R. King,- formerly a justice of the
supreme court of Oregon, is made
chlel counsel of tho service. W. A.
Ryan, formerly of the Interstate
i ommcTce Commission, comptroller
and I. D. O'Donnell of Montana, a
successful irrigator In the northwest,
supervisor of irrigation These of
ficials will be held responsible for
results in the service.
A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co.
is Authorized to Refund Your
Money if WENDELL'S AM
BITION PILLS do not Banish
all Nerve Troubles and put
Vigor and Energy inio your
Are you a dead one? Have you lost
ambition0 Do you get up tired In the
morning0 Do your hands tremble?
Are you despondent? Have you lost
confidence In your ability to do i
I Don't give up; arouse yourself right
now. Go to A. R. Mrlntyre Drug Co.
and get a fifty cent box of Ambition
Fills. You don't havo to wait a week
to know whether they are doing you
good or not. You'll fee better tomor
row. You'll feel full of ?lm aud vigor
in three days and arter you have tak
en one box of this marvolous, upbuild
Ing prescription, you'll be your old
vigouous. energetic self again.
One box of Ambition Pills is a good
as a two weeks' vacation. For ner t
vous troubles, tired feeling, exhausted
vitality, hysteria, loss of appetite, kid
ney and liver complaints they are
simply splendid. Box of Wendell's
Ambition Pills 60 cents at A. R. Mc
intyre Drug Co. and dealers everv
where Mall orders filled by Wendell
Pharruacal Co., Syracuse, N Y.
SURGEONS HEAR NEW
Chicago. Nov 11 The Clinical
Congress of Surgeons last night
heard rrofessor Harvey dishing of
Harvard describe a new method of
performing a Caesarian Ganglion op
eration, one of the mot I delicate and
dangerous In surgery. The Caesarian
Ganglion or group of nerves is sit
uated on the sides of the head be
side the brain and when disturbed
cause violent neuralgia which often
drives the patient to suicide. Profes
sor Cushlng said. In discussing Dr.
Cushlngs method. Wr. .John li Mur
phy of Chicago said that the mortal- ,
Ity rale from this operation formerly
waa 7 per cent but that Dr. Cushlng
had performed ill) such operations
without losing a patient. Dr Mur
phy said clinical teaching would be
come the dominant p:irt of American
and every other type of surger
Sir Rlckman Qodlee of London
made a short address, praising the
methodical way matters nro bandied
in merican hospitals.
Dr. George ICmersou Brewer of
New York who was installed as pres
ident of the congress aftf-r bie In
stallation read a preliminary report
on a new method of pyloric closure
in gaatro-enterostomy In experi
menting on dogs. Dr Brewer li !- u.-erl
an aluminum ring Inclosing the py
lori He has not had an opportun
ity to apply his method to a human
subject, but wl not hesitate to do I
so when the patient appears, he Bald '
More than 3000 surgeons attended
MAN PASSES AWAYj
Salt Lake. Nov. 11 L. E Throne,'
To ears f age, a veteran traveling'
salesman of Chicago, who has been
making Salt Lake in his routes for
tho past forty-two years, died at the
Holy Cross hospital last night of
pneumonia. His wife was at his bed-1
side when he died.
Mr Throne was well known among
many of the merchants and other hu
Inea I men of Salt Lake, as well as the
hotel men. But a short time ago. he I
visited his old home in Peru. 111.
Where a family reunion was held. In
addition to his wife, he Is survived
by a daughter. Fjrlna Throne, 22 yean
of age. The body will be sent to Per j I
for interment l
UIAH IRON TO
Men of Large Means Are
Now Conferring in
Salt Lake. Nov. 11. Representing
j half a billion dollars' cnpiral. eighteen
I capitalists from different parts of the
United States and Canr.da will
today at tho Hotel Utah to perfect
plans for the development of the vast
Iron and coal deposits of Utah and
the establishment of a mammoth steel
I plant in Suu Diego
The capitalists at their meeting to
day will ronccrn themselves chiefly
with the financing of the plant tit
San Diego. The purchase and devel
opment of the iron and coal proper
ties In Utah will be discussed later.
A gigantic corporation may he form
ed which will not only operate the
Steel plant, but also control rh pro
duction of the iron ore In Utah and
the mining of the coal for uao at this
plant The iron and coal properties
to be pnrchnsed by the company will
bo selected by Julian Kennedy of
PlttabUrg, who Is considered one of
the greatest mining engineers in the
i world Mr Kennedy Is said to have
! reports bearing on all of the Iron and
coal properties In the state of Utah
I and on the?e reports his selections
of tho properties! to be developed will
Of special interest In this connec
tlon is tho report of Rolla E. Clapp,
a consulting engineer, who has spent
the last Seven years in an Investiga
tion of these properties and a survey
of the Colorado river watershed Mr.
Clapp's report, which was made pub
llo VetflP(lnv Ic in crhanclii'a truil
isp of the resources and possibilities
of the entire Colorado river basin
Mr Clapp says that this report was
made for a corporation to be financed
by English. Scotch and American capi
tal. This corporation, according to Mr.
Clapp. will have for lis object the
development of the Iron and coal re
sources of this basin, and the center
of this development will be southern
I'tah. A railroad tapping (his vasl
region and extending to San Diego,
, with a large steel plant at San Diego,
are among the aims of the corpora
tion. Mr Clapp declares that his cor
poration has no connection whatever
with the plan lor the development of
Miese resources, which Is being form
ulated by General Otis and his asso
ciates. The fact that his report is
made public at the same time that
the capitalists from all over the
country are meeting at the Hotel
Utah to discuss a similar develop
ment, he sajs, is merely coinciden
tal The capitalists at the Hotel Utah
are reticent about discussing their
plans, admitting only that they in- 1
volve the construction of a large !
steel plant and the development of I
Utah coal and iron deposits They
say that the details of their plans
b ive not yet been worked out, but
will probably be discussed at today's
Among those who will altend to-
j llpp The Makings" "
I llli I ship ever leaves port without a supply of i "w!
ll u" Durham on board noU. S. Army Post ever runs short. l 1
Bull Durham 1 1
1 SMOKSNG TOBACCO t
(Enough for forty hand-made cigarettes in each 5-cent tack) n
As many cigarettes are rolled from "Bull" Durham in a year tbai
as all brands of ready-made cigarettes in this country combined. I .i!!
Showing that there are millions of men of this fine, manly type j I 1
bAsh for free 7 of Durham are still grouing. E
day's meeting are General Harrison
Grey Otis, Los Angeles multl-mll-liouair.-
and owner of the Los An
geles Times and heavll Interested
In oil and mining properties; C, W
French, chairman of the board of
directors of the Pacific Steel com
; pany and formerly associatefl with
; the P.. tlil. Iii'iii Sir. I compato . Ja'iies
, N Gillette of San Francisco, former
; governor of California; W S. Dehuel
of San Diego A. R at son of Ta-
I c oma, s J Faulkner pi Victoria, B.
C. ; Charles R. Peterson of Tacomu,
' Robert E. Green of Victoria. J. O.
; Storey of San Francisco. O. W. Ash
by of New York. J. Prank Watson
I of New York. .1 F ClarK of Los An-
I geles and P. M Johnson of San
I C. W. French Is the practical man
I of the proposed new steel compau
He has been for many years con
nected with tho iron and steel in
dustry, and to him falls the V.xsk of
working out the details of the or
ganization of the new corporation.
SPLENDID SUM IS
RAISED IN ONE DAY
New York, Nov. 11 At a dinner 1
last night attended by members of
the Volunteers committee of 100')
men and women organized to raise
by a subscription a $4,000,000 fund
for the Young Men's and Young Wo
men's christian associations of
Greater New York. Ir was announced
that pledges yesterday amounted to
11,986,344. Among the largest con- j
trlbutors were John D. Rockefeller .
SS50,000; Mrs. Wlllard D. Stralcht.
former Miss Dorothy Whitney. 9800,- .
000; Cleveland H. Dodge itud Miss j
Grace Dodge 1260,000 each; Mr. Fin
ley J. Shenhard. formerly Miss Helen
Among those who contributed $.VV
ono each to the fund are Mrs. VS'.I
liam D. Sloane, Mrs. D. Willis James I
of New York and Julius Rosebwald
of Chicago. Mrs. Andrew Carnegie
We $10,000; Mrs. Russell Sage.
Mis Whit. -law Reid $ 1 000 and Mrs.
William H. Mocre SPiimi It was an
nounced that Mrs i.i. had given
the Young Men's and Young Wom
en's Christian association 676,000 on
previous occasions. One woman who
Ished her name kept secret gave
WARNING TO WOMEN
Chicago. Nov 11. If American I
women who have been known as the
most beautifully moulded in the
world want to retain their figures
they must be aware of the debutante
loucb and the tango, bunny hug.
y trot one-step and other of the i
This warning was Issued yesterday
by fifty leading corset saleswomen
of Chicago stores, after they had seen
three women, stout, thin and medium,
put on corsets.
According to the demonstrators,
the tango and Its allies deelop tho
blp bones excessively, throw the hP
bonei forward, cause rolls of fat to
form at various places and "would
make a potato sack of a Greek god-
i as." The sali won -htj ff
v. l tell their cu-.tuni.M-- '. ... li-vjrf.'
orset in such a manner that thflf I
cannot slouch, and ih.v th- I. cor- bES,
danriot beautify the tango figure.
PIONEER SUFFRAGIST DEAD
Chicago. Nov. 11 Mrs. CatheriM
Van Ynlkmburg Wal'e. author oad j
associate of i I! V m ;. ir.j and
I'll v 1 1 : 1 . 1 "
worl. 1 1 r .li.' I v innli) V
er da ighn i t'rtib 890
time presideni oi Uw Womans' In-
terhatlonal Bar association t h
no I IBM
Read the Classified Ads. lf
BffXo mixing, no matt, no V "jjfl E"
trouble. Gl (he new pr-lton In 0H
LSqu?ere n little onto bicail or ii H
x7Bny ullier bait Rnt, mire QkW 7
ty jnd Terrain juicily eek U,' lOCGH
CO N UbItXV j,
of very description Oat, Barley and Wheat, ftRE
j j i a n i
new and second hand. Let prices.
THOS. FARR & CO.
2270 Wash. Ave.
H SIR WAS IT G00D "HOSS SENSE?" IT WAS NOT
Si V Niv i OVvJNO THAT ': WIS W THQUGVT OU HaD 3t
'KM 3 l JtSkfm VTC BRUTt? $f APW 7 UW5P OF ALFALFA hoc