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THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 19T7. I
llfl ' "Economy" is the Nation's slogan.
HlP Efficiency is the true measure of jlWjJ
U economy. Efficiency suggests pM'Sj
'I k Mined Only by the v
ISUPT, E, S. HINCKLEY
JO BE THE SPEAKER
It has been announced that Supt.
, Edwin S. Hinckley, of the Utah tSate
1 Industrial school, -will make the prln-
f cipal address at the Christmas ser-
i vices, to be given Sunday afternoon at
1 1 1 the Ogden Tabernacle.
' Superintendent Hinckley has been
assigned "The Star of Bethlehem" for
a subject. This is the text of tho
sacred cantata which -will be given by
the choir. The event will bo elaborate
and one of tho more attractive of the
All members requested to moot at
the hall Sunday at 1 p. m. to attend
Bro. F. G. Berry's funeral.
C. E. CARLTLE, W. P.
II Medical science has determined that the greater percentage of con- I
I tagloUB diseases appear in school after the holiday sason, due, largely, H
r I It Is said, to Infection of outer clothing that has not been properly I
cleaned and renovated during the holiday vacation. I
M I The process through which clothing passes In being cleaned In our n
i S laundry serves as a disinfectant and rids the garments of all disease I
jl germs. Feeling that there are perhaps many children In our com- H
1 munity not financially able to have their clothing thoroughly cleaned, H
I wo are going to do their cleaning during the holiday season at a cost 1
j B of one-fourth less than the regular price. I
' I This reduction will be made only to children of the school grades. 1
M This service is In line with the government plan of conservation by I
H keeping the people In good health and Is In accordance with recom- m
I mendations made by the National Association of Dyers and Cleaners. H
1 TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT I
! I Ogden Steam Laundry
I , Company 1
j( 437 Twenty-fifth Street Telephone 175 J
Ij ' 1 All kinds of fresh Chocolates and Bonbons put up in plain and
1 fancy boxes. 1
i I Glace Fruits in Boxes or in Bulk.
I I 3000 pounds of pure Christmas mixed can dies at; lb. 20c, 30c jj
1 Five pound box of chocolates or bonbons at $1.85
i! n Three pound box of chocolates or bonbons at .$1.00
I 1 Sego lily chocolates $1 and up w
1 All lands of candy canes. Cofcae, early while the stock is
I 1 complete. t 1
I tShQ WISTARIA
fil111116' Phone 728
H j l Christmas Special j
H We have a complete line of fresh California Vegetables at lowest
Hj j i I prices. Bushy Christmas Trees 50c up.
j raj Just a few of our many bar- Best cranberries, quart . . . 20c
1 gains at cash prices with free Fancv red apples, bushel . . 90c
Q j m 15c pkgs. cornstarch, each 10c
H aelivery: Sweet table apple cider, gal. 45c
1 Fancy mixed candy, 2 lbs . . . 35c Smooth medium sweet pota-
J B Best new mixed nuts, lb. . . 25c toes, pound ....... 5c
H m "Surc PP" corn 3 lbc' ' 25c Head lettuce, fresh in, each
PpH H Plump corn-fed frying chick- 7c and 5c
N ens, pound 25c Fresh corn flakes, 3 for . . . 25c
H Fancy Utah celery, each . . 5c Sweet oranges, dozen . . . 30c
I j SMITH GROCERY
I Twenty-sixth and Washington Telephone 284
SAYS F. S. PATTY
; Ex-Passenger Agent Northern!
' Pacific R. R. Discusses
Nearly everybody in Knoxville,
Tenn., especially railroad people
knows Captain F. S. Patty, for twelve
years district passenger agent for the
Northern PacIflA railroad, with local
offices In St, Patl and Minneapolis.
On account of general falling health,
Captain Patty was forced to discon
tinue active work and for the past
few years has boon making his homo
in Knoxville, where he numbers his
friends by his acquaintances. He is a
king, genial gentleman of the old
school and ia beloved by all who know
him. The following interesting state
ment was made by him in person to
Mr? G. F. Willis at Kuhlman'a recently:
"I am 60 years old and always on
Joyed very good health up to about
six years ago when I suffered a
nervous breakdown and my general
health gradually failed me. My prin
cipal trouble was indigestion and ca
tarrh, but my whole system seemed
to be out of order. My condition fin
ally got so bad I couldn't sleep at
night, and always after eating I would
suffer so from indigestion and heart
burn that I felt Just liko there was a
coal of firo in my stomach. My hear
ing and vision were also affected.
"I consulted several doctors hero in
Knoxville and other cities and they
helped me considerably and I finally
got so I could go around, but some
how I just couldn't feel right, and
could not sleop at night, which made
me awfully nervous, and nothing I
would eat seemed to agree with me.
"I began reading about this Tanlac
when you first came hero, but did not
decide to try the medicine until I
talked with a friend of mine who had
actually used it. He said it was the
best thing he had ever taken and that
was sufficient proof to me.
"I have just finished tho first bottle
and came hero this morning not only
to buy the second bottle, but to tell
you just what It has done for me. I
began enjoying my meals from the
first fow doses. My nervousness Is
gone and I can sleep like a child and
always wake up in tho morning ready
for breakfast and feeling refreshed. I
am very fond of onions, but was al
most afraid to eat them because they
always disagreed with mo so I could
taste them for hours afterward. I ato
one for dinner the other day and it
agreed with me perfectly and I felt
no bad effects whatsoever. I am be
ginning to feel liko a different man
and am always going to keep this Tan
lac on hand. It has done me more
good than anything else in the medi
cine line I have ever taken. I certain
ly do recommend it to my friends. It
is really remarkable."
Tanlac is now sold In Ogden by A.
R. Mclntyro Drug Co., under the per
sonal direction of a special Tanlac rep
The regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the First National
bank of Ogden, Utah, will be held at
their banldng rooms, at 2484 Wash
ington avenue, on Tuesday, January 8,
1918, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the pur
pose of electing directors to serve for
the ensuing year and the transaction
of such other business as may prop
erly come before the said meeting.
Dated Ogden, Utah, December 19,
JAMES F. BURTON,
AT IE. CHURCH
A special musica.1 service has been
arranged by Rev. Christian R. Garver
of the First Methodist church to be
given tomorrow morning in commemo
ration of Christmas. It will be as fol
Organ voluntary, "Ondantino" in D
Flat, by Edwin H. Lemare
Hymn, "Joy to the Word."
Tenor solo and quartet, "Judea Fair"
Ira B. Wilson
Messrs. Crangle, Southmayd,
Greaves and Johnson.
Offertorv. "Forsaken" TCn.qr.hat
Anthem, "Hosanna to the Son of
David" J. H. Herbert
Hymn, "Hark the Herald Angels Sing."
EVENING 7:30 P. M.
Organ voluntary, "Offertojre"
Hymn, "Silent Night."
Anthem, " 'Tis Heaven's Reply"....
E. S. Lorenz
Baritone Rectando, Tenor Solo,
Chorus by the Choir.
Hymn, "Oh Little Town of Bethle-
Offertory, "Idyle" Syberg
Male quartet, "Ring Out the Bells"
... E. K. Hoyser
ill LONG TOAST
TO A SOLDIER BO?
I Following the news of the death of
I George K. Liddell on the western
front in France, his parents Mr. and
J Mrs. Alex Liddell of Ogden, sent a
t communication with the news to a
(bosom friend in Bellcvillo, Mo. The
, following clipping from the St, Louis
I Republic of Dec. 18, tells the story
of how the news was received by his
! friends of that town:
"TO A GAME MAN,"
DRINK LONG TOAST
Mother's letter telling or son's death
In France brings praise to her:
' "The old crowd gathered round the
BOB NELLING OF OGDEN FINDS
GERMAN BOOT WITH PART OF A
FOOT IN IT, ON BATTLE FRONT
To' poke around in the ruins of an
old trench on the battlefront and
stumble over fragments of once
healthy Germans has been the experi
ence of Bob Nelling of Ogden, who is
now in France in active service. In a
letter to his sister, Mrs. G. N. Coffin,
2124 Washington avonuo, ho teilsVh
a highly interesting manner ofvbme
of his experiences, as follows:
"In tho field. France, Nov. 26. nJ
"Wo had our first snow last evening
but It is all gone now. The weather
here is very wet but it is not severe.
"During my tripB 1 have passed over
a great and famous battlefield. There
was hardly a square foot that was not
turned by exploding sholls. Weeds
have hidden about everything on tho
field. In places rifle and machine gun
ammunition cases are scattered over
the ground like small stones. Rifles
aro lying where they fell. The battle
field is one largo grave yard.
"The French graves are marked by
a cross with a rod, white and blue disk
and two metal ribbons. The British
cross has an aluminum disk with the
soldier's number and name. Tho Gor
man cross has this simple inscription,
'Un Soldat Allemand' (a German sol
dier). "In one old trench I found an old
bar in Joe Martin's saloon in Belle
ville last night. It was tho same crowd
excepting a fow of tho younger boys,
which had been there many nights in
the past Everyone was happy.
"Boys," said Martin, "I've got some
bad news for you tonight."
There was a choke in his voico.
"George Liddell's dead, boys," Mar
A hush fell over tho group at the end
of the bar. The men set their drinks
"Here's a letter from his mother,"
said Martin. "It says George was killed
by a German riflo bullet in tho front
lino trenches 'over there' on Novem
ber 11. But he was a game guy, wasn't
"We'll say he was," chorused the
mon who had known Liddell.
Liddell's homo was Ogden, Utah. His
mother gave no details of his death,
except to say she had been notified he
was killed in action. Mrs. Liddell was
celebrating her forty-sventh birthday
anniversary when word came of her
"Let's drink a toast to Liddell!" one
of the men in the barroom said.
Glasses were filled. The men re
moved their hats. Someone put the
"Star-Spangled Banner" on the player-piano.
As the music of the national
anthem swelled and filled the place,
the mon those "who had known Georgo
Liddell when he was one of their num
ber lifted their glasses.
"To George Liddell, a game man,"
A strange toast in a strange place.
An unusual toast, no doubt.
But, man to man, it wasn't so much
out of the ordinary.
GenuineWilton Rugs, $2.95,
Ogden Furniture & Carpet Co.
NEW SECRET SERVICE
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. Tho
army's corps of intelligence police has
been increased to a strength of 300
men under general orders made public
by the war department. Tho order di
rects that 250 of that number be as
signed to duty under the war college
division of the general staff.
This special force was created to
gather military information and it is
understood that the intelligence divis
ion of the general staff is co-operating
through it in preventing destruction of
war munitions or munition plants by
plotters in this country.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. Weather
predictions for the week beginning
Sunday, Issued by the weather bureau
West gulf states: Light sprinkles of
rain first part of week, colder about
Wednesday. Fair weather with about
seasonal temperature thereafter.
Upper Mississippi and lower Mis
souri valleys: Light snow in north por
tion first part of week and again last
part. Much colder iMonday, moderating
somewhat .Friday or Saturday. Gen-
Teach CMliJren To
Use Cuticura Soap
Because h is best for their tender skins.
Help it now and then with touches of
Cuticura Ointment applied to first signs
of redness, roughness, pimples pr dan
druff. If mothers would only use these
super-creamy emollients for every-day
toilet purposeshow much suffering might
be avoided by preventing little skin and
calp troubles becoming serious.
'For frrx aamplt each by mfl i4rci tost-eard--CiUicrt
Orpt. J. Un." Sold crhiS'.
KojpiSq. Ointment 5 imd .nc.
" - " TC j
skull and a German boot with part of I
a foot In it. Some bones were lying
about and pieces of an old German
uniform which I presume belongs to
the same soldier who used to own the
head. Thero aro many 'duds' lying
around. (A 'dud' is an unexploded
"I recently had tho pleaseur (?) of
visiting a brand new battlefield. It
was so new, in fact, that some of the
dead wore not cold. I saw many In
teresting and sickening sights of
which I cannot toll you.
"To tho best of my knowledge, I
have been tho first American sol
dieto enter several of the French
villages retaken from the Gormans. I
saw a groat deal more of German dead
than of our forces. Tho German
trenches woro well made and looked
as though they were Intended to bo
"All the boys in tho motor trans
port of tho Twelfth engineers have
chipped In and bought a gramophone
which wo all enjoy very much. We
now listen to it instead of to the
rumblo of the big guns as they put up
a barrage firo or a bombardment.
"Write me a long letter and tell me
all the Ogden news. Even if wo don't
get a chance to write we aro moro than
pleased to hear from home."
orally fair in south portion, colder first
of -week, not much change thereafter.
Northern Rocky mountain and pla
teau regions: Frequent snow, much
colder first part of week and continued
cold with a slight moderation last of
Southern Rocky mountain and pla
teau regions: Generally fair with sea
sonal temperature except colder north
portion first part of weok.
Pacific states: Frequent rains in
Washington and Oregon, generally fair
In California with no decided tempera
' LULL ON BRITISH FRONT.
LONDON, Dec. 22. The lull on the
British front continues. German raids
at several points last night are the
only activities reported in today's of
ficial communication. It follows:
"Hostile raiding parties were re
pulsed during tho night in tho neigh
borhood of the Cambral-Bapaume road
east of Monchy la Proux and south
east of Armentieres. There is noth
ing further of special interest to report."
A REAL SUCCESS.
"Would you say that he' s a suc
cess?" "In every way. He is making all
the money ho needs; he gets along
well witn his wife and children and
he plays golf well enough, now so
that a few millionaries have to ask
him for strokes."
; Joy of Living
Don't let ill health any long-
er rob you of life's pleasures.,
i Get back your appetitej
strengthen your digestion,,
stimulate your liver, regiw
late your bowels and im-
prove your blood by taking
Their action is prompt and
thorough, and you soon feel,
their benefits. You will eat
more, work better, sleep sounds
er, and feel new strength after
a short course of these depend-1
able pills. They restore
healthy conditions, and soonj
et Solo of Ay Mictn In tfco Worf
Sold Eyenrwhere. In boxca, 10c, 25c
jl THE DAYS FOR J
!j WHICH EVERYONE I
Q LONGS . Q
Everyone longs for In-
dependence, and looks
f forward to the time .
tag! when he will have a
' pJr competency.
I j The experience of our 11
m wealthy men of today
, shows that they gained
m their success by hard Ssf
Ji work, careful saving '
I 3 and safe Invectment. C 1
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13 Ogden, Utah.
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B Stop-overs Allowed. I ,
j Tickets on Sale December 20, 22, 24, 29 j'
I Final Limits February 28, 1918. t
' WILLARD G. WILSON " I ;
I Commercial Agent Southern Pacific. 1
j Rccd Hotel Building. Phone 195. jj
MEAT BEING MADE
New Culinary Triumph of
Housewives of the Country
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. Meatless
mince meat, another culinary triumph
in tho art of food conservation, has
been brought to the housewives of
tho country by the national emergency
garden committee as a worthy com
panion of pumpklnless pumpkin pie
and gingerless bread.
The new. mince meat which is de
scribed as a "camouflage," was tried
on 500 troops on a transport who pro
nounced it perfect and called for
One-half package of seeded raisins,
half a pound, of prunes stewed with
lemon juice and peel, one quarter cup
sweet cider, four tablespoons brown
sugar; chop the raisins and prunes to
gether and the result is said to be
a meatless mince pie which , will ac
cord with tho food administration's
. As turkey does not violate the meat
less day, Christmas dinner may be
A FOUR YEARS' LOAF.
"How Is Robert getting along at col
lege?" asked the minister, who was
being entertained at diner.
"Splendidly," said the proud father,
who then went on to tell of his son's
various social, athletic and scholastic
successes, and the minister said It was i
a fine thing to be college bred. That
evening little James, who had been an
interested listener, said "Papa, what j
did Mr. Brown mean br college bred?" (
"Oh, that," said papa, who had been i
loking over his son's bills, "is a four ' '
OBVIOUS OMENCLATURE. . 1
"I wonder why they gave guns such 'sSi!'
a name as repeating rifles?" f-
"For the reason that they wanted
the shots to tell." I
FINE FOR JipiOBK'
Musterole Loosens Up Those
Stiff Joints Drives Out Pain
You'll know why thousands use Mus
terole once you experience the glad re
lief it gives.
Get a jar at once from the nearest
drug store. It is a clean, white ointment,
made with the oil of mustard. Better
than a mustard plaster and does not '.
blister. Brings ease and comfort while i,
it is being rubbed onl
i Musterole is recommended by many f f'
doctors and nurses. Millions of jars are
used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff ; r
neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu
matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the
back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, ;
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of i
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). t
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50 g
i .under one continuous management ! r
I DO YOU OWN YOUR . I !'.
I MONEY? I j ;.
' There is a .great difference between E
receiving money and owning it. It is
g of little real benefit to receive a good E
salary if practically all of it is offset by fcL
3 bills you have to pay.
, 3 Practice economy; do not mortgage E
your salary; open a Savings Accoujit E
with us and make regular deposits. E
' E m n!fe welcome savings as small as E
$1.00 and pay interest thereon at the
1 rate of 4 per cent per annum, com- ' E i,
I OGDEN I
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CAPITAL SURPLUS $300,000.00 1
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