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Hi s2 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1917. f Tj
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DON'T MISS "TOM SAWYER" J
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
I Declares She Has Regained
Her Health After Suffering
Five Long Years.
Mrs. John O'Connor, who lives at
338 East Oldham stroet, Knoxville,
Tonn., called up the Kuhlinan-Cham-bliss
Drug Co., recently and said she
wanted to speak to the "Tanlac" man.
When Mr. Willis answered the tele
phone, Mrs. O'Connor made the fol
lowing remarkable statement:
"I just wanted you to know, and ev
erybody else to know, what that Tan
lac medicine has done for me. Why,
I have' gained eight pounds already,
and havo only been taking it for ten
day. I have just finished taking the
first bottle and have sent Mr. O'Con
nor back to the store this morning for
another bottle. This Tanlac certainly
does just what you say it will do. I
began to eat better, sleep better and
feel "better from the very first dose,
and the change In my condition has
just been wonderful. I had a good doc
tor before I began using Tanlac, but
he 'didn't seem to understand my case,
and his medicine did not seem to do
mc any good, so I just set ft aside
and quit using it.
'Tor the past five, or six years, I
have been in a rundown condition
nervous, weak, and at times, very diz
zy. I had nervous headache and indi
gestion perfectly awful. My stomach
was so weak I couldn't digest.the light
est kind of food. I was nervous and
depreased and Blept very little. I had
"become 'so despon'dent over my con
dition, I thought nothing could help
me. It certainly was lucky for me
when I heard of Tanlac. It Is not like
-any other medicine I have tried It
seems to soothe my stomach, and is a
fine tonic, too, because my appetito is
good now, and I digest what I eat. If
anyone had told me there was a medi
cine on earth that would make me
gain eight pounds In ten days, I would
have thought them crazy.
"I don't believe there is another
medicine on earth like Tanlac. My
catarrh is also a great deal better in
lact, I hardly notice it any more."
Tanlac is now sold in Ogden by A.
R. Mclntyro Drug Co., under the per
sonal direction of a special Tanlac
I Real Estate Transfers
Weber county to Charles J. Jensen,
part N. W. i section 34, T. 7 N., R. 1
E. Consideration $1, quit claim deed.
Lillian Cook to Sarah Ellbazeth
Mcintosh, part lot 7, block -1, plat A.
Consideration $1, warranty deed.
Sarah Elizabeth Mcintosh to Maude
F. Flewclling, part lot 7, block 4, plat
A. Consideration SI, warranty deed.
James B. Hunger, to George A.
Hunter, part S. E. M section 29, part
N. W. section 33, T. 6 N., R. 2 W.
Consideration S1750, warranty deed.
Marv Gibbs to George W. Gibbs,
part S. W. section 8, T. 6 N., R. 1 W.
Consideration $1, warranty deed.
Moroni J. Shipley and wife to Caro
line Shipley, part S. E. A section 13,
T. 5 N., R. 2 W. Consideration S1500,
Caroline Shipley to Moroni J. Ship
ley, part S. E. Vi section 13, T. 5 N.,
R. 2 W. Consideration $9200, war
Caroline Shipley to John E. Shipley,
part S. E. Yt section 13, T. 5 N., R. 2
W. Consideration ?500, warranty deed.
William Fisher to Catharine M.
Hendorshot, part lot 10, block 5, plat
B. Consideration $1500, warranty deed.
Thomas G. Wadsworth and wife to
Ernest A. Bowen and wife, part. lot 4,
block 12, plat A. Consideration 10,
Ernest A. Bowen to Thomas J.
Steed, part lot 4, block 12, plat A. Con
sideration $1600, warranty deed.
Charles L. Farr and wife to John
Farr, part lots 2 and 3, block 53; part
lots 4 and 5, block 54, plat A. Con
sideration ?1, quit claim deed.
FOR BOYS 1 FRANCE
A FRENCH PORT, Dec. 20. A ship
carrying 20,000 sacks of Christmas
mail for the American troops arrived
today from tho United States. The
army postofllce has fifty special freight
cars a.nd an extra heavy detail of men
here to handle the mail, which will be
distributed on or before Christmas day.
Another steamer arrived on Monday
with 4600 sacks of army mall, com
prising for the most part Christmas
PLAN TO AVOID -COAL
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 20. Owing
to a shortage of coal jn tho Utah-Wyoming
district and a surplus in Wash
ington, the federal fuel administrators
of- Utah, Wyoming, Oregon and Wash
ington are arranging to exclude all im
ported coal from the entire state of
Washingtno, part of Idaho, Oregon,
west of La Grande and California north
News to this effect received here by
the Oregon fuel administrator from
the Utah administrator at Salt Lake
City, was made public today.
Read the Classified Ads.
I ROUND TRIP ' ' Si
TO BOTH I
I San Franelse and S
I Los kmms
I VIA' THE 1
1 Stop-overs Allowed. I
H I Tickets on Sale December 20, 22, 24, 29 I
I Final Limits February 28, 1918. I
I WILLARD G. WILSON
Hj 1 Commercial Agent Southern Pacific.
K I Reed Hotel Building. Phono 195.
IN VICE CHARGES
Identifies Various Dictagraph
Conversations Between Him
self and Former Chief of
j Police Healy.
i CHICAGO, Dec. 20 Thomas Cos
tello, star witness in tho trial of vice
graft and conspiracy charges agalnsl
former Chief of Police Charles C
I Healy, today readily identified varioue
dictagraph ' conversations betweer
; himself and Chief Healy.
I In addition, the witness, long a pow
er in the underworld shed light or
isome cryptic parts of the telephone
conversations intercepted by the
state's attorney's detectives.
One sentence in which reference waE
made to "five stories" was nonchalant
ly explained by Costello saying "five
storlos meanB $600."
Lists of vice haunts and gambling
places which were protected were
identified by the witness.
1 lie AIDS
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN
FRANCE, Dec. 20. (By the Associat
ed Press). The ofilcers of the Russian
army in France havo volunteered as a
body to give their services to the
Tho officers are desirous of continu
ing the battle against the Germans,
notwithstanding tho Russo-German
peace negotiations, and declare they
will welcome an opportunity to fight to
the finish for Russia under the Stars
The ranking Russian officer, who
made the request that he and his sub
ordinates be taken into tho American
service, guaranteed to vouch for every
one accepted. All gTades are included
in the request, from second lieutenant
There also have been suggestions
that it might be possible to form for
the Russians an organization similar to
the French foreign legion or the La
fayptte flying squadron. There is a
genoral feeling that the action of the
Russian officers will havo a moral ef
fect iu their country.
The correspondent, who was author
ized to make the announcement, un
derstands that the matter is under
consideration and that the offer un
doubtedly will bo referred to Wash
ington. It is considered not unlikely
that many of tho Russian soldiers now
in France and virtually without a
n .1 n .. Cl 1 II.'. 1 .1 it t
uuu.ilij lull UIC irau KJ L LUCU
officers. The 1iws of the United States
prohibit the liflrporatlon into the
army of any but American citizens, but
it is hoped a way may be found by
which these men can be of service to
the United States and the allies In
The officers are some of the best in
the Russian army. There are aviators
among them and many of them, who
possess excellent military knowledge
and speak French and English, might
be of assistance in various ways. I
In April of last year five contingents
of Russian troops were landed at Mar
seilles .after a land and sea journey of
approximately 17,50.0 miles from Mos
cow to Port Dalny, Manchuria, by rail
and thence by watci The number of
men in the contingents was estimated
at something like 25,000, although no
official figures were given. A sector in
tho Campagnc was taken over by tho
Russian troops. When the Russo-German
armistice negotiations were begun
the Germans stipulated that the Rus
sians in Franco must be included in
Recipe for a Mild
Laxative Cough Syrup
Made -With Granulated Sugar and
Mentho-Laxene in About
Make a syrup with a pint of granu
lated sugar and a half pint of boiling
water, cool and pour in to a bottle or
jar. Then add the contents of a 2Y
oz. bottle of Mentho-Laxene, shake
well, and take a teaspoonful 4, to 8
times a day. for head or chest colds,
coughs, bronchitis, whooping cough or
catarrh of head and throat.
Actually, the very first dose will
show you the wonderful virtues in
Mentho-Laxene. It is penetrating,
healing, soothing and curative to a
greater extent than anything ever dis
covered. Children Jiko it and adults
use it from Maine fo California. Phy
sicians prescribe it, hospitals use It,
and why should not you enjoy tho ben
'efits of a cheap, home-made remedy
free from narcotic, sickening, drugs
Ask your druggist for Mentho-Laxene
and insist on getting it, for it Is guar
anteed to please every .purchaser or
money back, by The Blackburn. Prod
ucts Co., Dayton, Ohio. Advertise
THE JIANN ACT
SALT LAKE, Dec. 20. Mrs. Lorenzo
Borino, charged with violation of the
Mann act, in having transported Rosa
Pechek, 15 yoars old, from her home
In Wlnterquartors, Utah, to Diamond -ville,
Wyo., for immoral purposes, was
found guilty In the federal court today.
Sentence will be pronounced January
2. Mrs. Borlno's husband is said to bo
the owner of a saloon and a dance hall
PARIS, Doc. 21. A now American
department in tho French government
of vhlch Jules Cambon, formerly
French ambassador to the United
States, will be the director has been
Read these Extracts from the St. Louis I 1 1
Papers the Day. following the Wonderful . J I
Comparison which is here' Illustrated , 1 j: I
St. Louis Republic jl
'The problem of music in the home is solved " " - tyf'B
when the singing- of the greatest artists is made T . j-fl
possible by an instrument that does not betray .' A j I
itself in the very presence of the artist" V l
"None in the audience was able to distinguish jprfC PP I i 1
when Miss Case ceased singing, except by observ- vIS 'll&f ' 1
ing that her lips did not move. The unison be-', iWJ Mjw IL " I I
tween the tones of her voice and the reproduction jfW S f u I
on the instrument was so remarkable that trained JtIM I 1 I
ears could not detect the slightest difference." ( l ' I
"The test convinced many skeptics of the triumph1 ffm Pj M 1 ' 1 J1 1
of Mr. Edison's genius in re-creating the human iM 'M 3 P w 1
WE WANT you to hear this wcmderfol new in- , lt ' !
strnmextt, which tho New York Globe calls cthe 1111 ( laK ftill lllllil JB
phonograph with a soul." After yoa have heard pmI : f f fflliijS ' f
it, we are sure you will not be satisfied with a talking ' WS I I m
machine. Let us prove through your own ears that the P I W ' M
New Edison does literally Re-Create all forms of music Rf! ftllilg ".'f 1
! NOTICE: Please do not ask to sell you Edison Re 3 4 ' j
Creations if you mtend to attempt to play them on any otJier (A TVf 1VT A" jf" AQ TP? I T ?
( : , instrument than the New pdisxm. No otlier instrument JJrHrSJ JOI2d
can bring out the irqe musical quality of Edison Re of the Metropolitan Opera Company, photographed on"' i i
; ' Creations. Furthermore, injury to tlw records is likely tthe stage of the Victoria Theatre in St Louis, October ' i I I
to result if you attempt to play them on an ordinary 21st, 1916, while singing in direct comparison with tho f j
pimwgraph ( tai&ms machine, f New Edison's Re-Cr cation of her voice. ' Ij
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- -: Proudfit's Spoiling Goods Co.' "'u SV.
; Hudson Ave. and 24th St. :v 11
j t I 1
formed to assist Premier Clemenceau
in giving direct attention to the re
quirements of the American expedi?
tionary force in France.
M. Cambon will represent the pre
mier in all dealings with the highest
American representatives. In, the new
department will be a central office of
orders and buying for the American
army, under the direction of M.
Granne. This office will perform the
work for Americans in France that
the American government is doing for
the French in the United States.
M. Cambon today 'told tho Associat
ed Press that the department was de
signed to facilitate tho work of the
American army in, France and was nec
essary owing to the rapid expansion
of the American forces.
PITTSBURG, Pa., Dec. 20. More
than 300 persons, many of them chil
dren had a narrow escape from death
or injury when the ceiling and one wall
of the Gem thoator, a moving picture
house in the east end of Pittsburg, col
lapsed tonight. Eleven of the auditors
were injured by the falling debris.
Panic broke out as the fear-stricken
prowd rushed for the exits in the dark
7JZZB. Two were trampled under foot
and several irUired. The shrieks of
children mingbeft with tho crashing
sounds of the taJJkjg brick, timber and
plaster as the building suddenly col
lapsed at 9 o'clock tonight. There
were no cracky sounds of warning.
The Evening Line-Up
Both children and grownupi, with
coughi and cold, are all the better for
a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar at
bed time. It ward off croup, ttopi
tickling throat, and hacking coughs,
and makes an otherwise fevcriih, ileep
lew night of coughing and distress, a
quiet and restful ooe. s:
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. Mr. Oijs.
jBaker, writes S My wife would not think of
' loiinC any other couth medicine, Foley'
. Honey and Tr is cerulnto brin quick relieL
lit Is especially eUectire In ce ol bad couhs,
and wc tiro It to our children and recommend
lit always as a safe reacdy, (of it coouIp no
A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Adfertlso-XoenL
! BH1 CIIY NOTES
. Local Red Cross workers are active
ly engaged this week piling up new
members, and T)y the end of the big
drive week, which is being observed
all over the country, Box Elder county
will stand out in the fore ranks with
her sister counties with a big mem
bership. The house to house canvass
will not bo completed before the time
expires Monday evening, but the
committees in charge are determined
that .every person in Box Elder county
shall be given an opportunity to join
the Red Cross.
Tho county commissioners in ses
sion this week heard many applica
tions for funds with which to repair
roads in various parts of the county.
Tho extra heavy traffic of the fall has
worn out many public highways in re
mote sections of the county. Super
visors from six different precincts ap
peared before the board and asked for
appropriations to make necessary
."Box Elder Brand" oysters may soon
be a common brand on the market if
the plans of tho state fish and game
department In regard to - planting
oysters in Bear River bay materialize.
According to all recent reports of the
extensive investigation being made as
to tho fitness of the bay for an oyster
bed, everything points to the bay as
an idoal slto. t .
BRIGHAM CITY, Dec. 2L The"Box
Elder Commercial club nominating
committee for 'the club election to he
held in January, has submitted the
.following names for tho consideration
of the-,club, and fr.om which a presi
dent and three directors, will bo
chosen, to be voted for at the club
election to be held in January':
For president William E. Davis,
LeRoy B. Young and B. C. Call.
For governors H. L. Abramson, L.
R, Hoist, Frank Earl, Henry Seeger,
John B. Mathia8, J. E. Ryan, R,
I CROWN PAINLESS
DENTISTS .. .
East Side Washington, be
j tween 24th and 25th Street.
2468 Washington Ave.
" ' " ' '
.Mssar- - ay " rt;-
Kaiser, W. I. McNeil, William X Lowe,
Carl Isaacson and Dr. D. W. Hender
Read the Classified Ads.
CAUSE AND EFFECT. L
Sunday School Teacher Bobbie, fi
can you tell me what caused the It
flood? , i
Bobbie Yes, ma'am; it rained. ij!
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There's a Penalty on I j
I Waiting - Buy Yonr 1 J
Studebaker MOW, p
I You can get any Studebaker now on our floor'at a l ' - !
I price several hundred dollars less than you '.will I f
I have to pay in a very few months. 1 . " j
We ee the handwriting on the wall prices on I " f
ALL cars ae going up. " 1
The Government fixed the price of steel but all I 't '
OTHER materials ' are qn the climb. This cannot I . j I
help forcing car prices up. 1 I j '-i'
It is good business, therefore, and. splendid econ- I 4
Iomy, too to select your Studebaker NOW This r'J
is true, -even though you let it stand in your garage M'
all winter long. . . - ju
Next spring if not earlier you will pay a lot H
more money for the self-same, cjuality; . Si'
This is NOT an effort to hurry "you it is inforrha- 1
tion based upon our knowledge of the facts.
Buy your Studebaker WOW--iYs the biggest value ; I
at its present prices that the next five years will seeV '
$40.00 War Tax After Jann.rv Vj -V I V "
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AUTO COMPANY J
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