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2 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY . OCTOBER 1, 1919.
Another One of Those Enjoyable
9 to 12
Lillian Thatcher Orchestra
NEW DANCES NEW MUSIC
Couple, 85c; Extra Lady, 40c
(War Tax Included)
I NORTH OGDEN NOTES
NORTH OGDEN". Sept M The case Ol
the State of Utah Vi Stanley U KdK'ly.
1 after frolriK through Tour court, was rv
B irlod Monda before the Justice of the
I . peace of North Oird'-n. irc B lm
B and a Jury composed ! 1'rxnk Campbell.
J . John TV. Gibson Charles Henry
Storey and B K Illaylock. The rtnte
H was represented h Couni Attorney
Joseph It Rates and ex -District Attor
1 ii Georar HaJvcriton and the d f
ant by Attorney Knumunk and Sk-n
Che jury returned n verdict in favor of
H 'lie state,
B ' The crowded Condition ol our local
1 schools haa made it neiuuir to fit up
an extra room anJ provide a new teach
er for an eighth room.
Mitt Charlotte Oneta Norrls, daughter
of Mr. and Mm Thomas Norn? ol thi
p!ace. was united in marTUre last Wee
to Ixrin Short of Fori Weal, grand -ion
Of the Civil war veteran. Temple
A number of our sugar beet fnriners j
have received orders to eonirrw-nre hnx
nesting that crop, and the campaign will j
now be vigorously pushed (III the crop
of 1919 ia moving to the factory.
Mr. and Mrs JenninR of Rlgtrjr, Idaho,
hare been mrklnfr rnlln on frlenda and !
relatives here on their return from SaJt
l,aae City, where th- mm united In
marriag-' in the tempi- Th- bride Ifl
a daughter of Mr and Mrs Charli I It,
I ".-rii. formerly of this pl.ee.
Mr. and Mrp John Q Malock entor
tained Mr. and Mrs 'lnren-e John
H on at luncheon Thursday evening. Ie- J
fore their depnture to their home :n Idano '
Ray William Barrett, who sustained
a broken arm in an automobile u i
dent, has so far recovered a (o be j
moating with Din friends about town i
The continuation of the Teachers'
Training course of the ward will be,
taken up at the midweek meeting
Wednesday i-vi mns b "lie instrm
tors. Win N. Iiarkrr and Mrs M.i'gie
Taggart. and has reached a phase In
the subject of rat") much interest to
the teaching force of the ward.
Mr. and Mrs Harold S and Beatrlet
Farr Campbell are rejoicing over the
advent of a third addition to their
ideal little family, a son. born 21st in
l rar B ( IBpbell and his wife. VtT
Ina Bailey Campbell, returned Sattir
da evenlne from a summer's absence
jon their ranch In Wooh-y valley iu
John H Johnson returned SMurday
j night from Le Grande, Ore., where he
had been called on account of inc
; death of his mother at that place.
Prof. H. A. McFarlane. principal of
j the school at this place, gave a let
tur last Sunday in the Parents' class
on the cooperation of the parent and
teacher, necessar to make an ideal
Doctor I. I. Harding of the stake
high council was the principal speaker
at the sacrament meeting Sunday eve-j
j David Johns, a prominent and very
highly respected citizen of Pleasant i
View, has bean dsacerouslj 111 f"r
some lime from the effects of a fall
irom his wagon
I buy Liberty bonds at
highest prices. If you have
bonds for sale see me. J. J. i
Brummiti, 2417 Hudson ave
nue. Phone 59.
ENDOWMENT FOR HARVARD
NEW YORK. Sept. 0. -Nearly on
million dollars have been raised in to
days for Harvard university's Jl 4.000. Ofir) '
endowment fund, a large part of which
is to be used In increasing the salirlei :
of professors and educators It was an
nounced here today The first djiy uv
subscribed and today total
amounted to $r2 2ld
A member of the class of '06 contrihut- 1
ed n round $100,000. as did Thomas W.
I-imonl of J. p Morgan and company.
Pn sldent lxw ll of Harvard, rood Eliot
V.'jidsw orth. chnirman of th-- Hind's ex-
e.uilve commlttie, gave 125,000 each.
Pon t fall to put your hand In you- j
pocket when you fel for the poor
If a man trusts to luck for his hap-
pint h win be in pick when h- wis ll
w . Hi
The Best Health-Insurance Is
a Clean Colon
THERE ARE TWO WAYS of insuring yourself aEainst
diseate. One is to pay big premiums to an insurance com
pany which will pay you so much a week when you get sick..
And if you get suk, most of this money will have to go to
the doctor who tries to make you well again.
THE BEST WAY is to keep the disease-resisting forces of
the .body so w ell organized and equipped as to guarantee
health. Then you can enjoy life right along, and make it pay
you premium instead of paying premiums on a policy.
This ran be done only by Leepin the colon clean and free from clop
finf. For the m"?t eminent medical auttiontic tell m that abouf
ot the sickness we hire i directly or indirect!) due to constipation.
Nujol it the heit health in5iirance "po.: ;" in existence, because it
keeps the colon clear and clean without deranipnp or wraLrcir c of
the othrr organ'. It i the only foe of constipation which has no un
plraiant or dapjjerov:". "coOie-b L-".
Nujol is not a dri' Every particle of it that goes into the body comet
out of the bod) . But ou its journey it soften any mai that may he
impacted in the colon and lubricates the way so as to maLr it r3. for
nature to move the obstruction and properl) per rid of it.
Nujol rrcr ir.trrtere mt'i dtgctitiog it an) fiaifltflUI of any MgHU
It n not abmrhed h) those tnilhoos of little "mouths" in the intestine
which nick in nourishment from the food passed along by the stom
ach Its vole aa ' M kac 'rungs movuig in an orderK , romfort-! !r
And rt dr thii aadw r in pain d. . it njuall) well babies
children, adults and aged iolk.
Trv Nujol Oct a tottle from your druggi-t today.
F$r tuaHt ktaitk lkltt "Thirt Feet of Danger" fret, MrsWNnJoJ
Laboratories, Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey) '-O Broadwav. "ew York.
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ww ir rr. ,,f (kr ;siM. TrUe Ut.t x 4nf. ir. , 1 1
ti-t mmt m NM- Y mmj r-f rmm irtim. Clmtimnt'r JT
Rfr Constipation Ml uaRLW
Sickness Prevention tMfiigJfcflBL
I hava earned a Union card for 18 years and still carry
I one, and the Western Labor World refuses to run this ad .
J. A. BROWNING, Chiropractor
CONSULTATION AND SPINAL EXAMINATIONS
I j, Office hours I to p m Phone 208-J
303-304 First National Bank Building
' oucKf m m
! WHITE SOX WILL
Robert "Ducky" Jonpp, -tar third
! baseman of the Ietroit club of the
1 American leacue, and an Ogden boy,
returned to this elfy yesterday after
one of the best seasons since be under
took to hold down ihe fnr corner on the
baseball diamond. Jones looks the pic-;
ture of health and after a vacation
hre will journey to the coast where
he will spend the winter with bi wife.
Jones started his professional base
ball career with :he Opden team of the i
Union association. He later Joined the
BtB Francisco team of the Pacific
coast league, after which he was pur j
I hased by the Detroit club of the Am
Jones rated as one of the best
j third basemen in the big show and dur
lng the past season played an excellent 1
Ifiame. His club finished jn fourth,
pl;ic- in the pennant race beins b .ii 1
en out of third place by n frac'ion of a
game by the New York Americans.
When interviewed this morning by a'
Standard representative, Jones said'
J i hat the Chicago White Sox would win '
i the world series.
'"Kieir defensive play ana their
rtrons work on offensive," says Jones. !
"in my opinion place them as the
favorites over th. Beds Although th.
Sox hav- but three twlrlerv whe are re
l ed upon to win the honors the Sox I
fhould be the winners. Cicotte and
Williams have pitched some wondeifulj
ball during the present season and
should be able to win th- world Mtlr
tor the Chicago club. On the othn
hand the Reds have one of the be.s
pitching departments of any aggrega
tion .in the big leagues but they are
weak on both defensive and offensive
"In my opinion three clubs in the
American league are 8Uerjor t0 tno
Reds. The White Ho.se have on of the
fastest teams in the history of orcan
ired baseball and it .ooks like curufnn
for th" Cincies."
K. OF C. TO DO HONOR
TO THE 0ET0IE0
A banquet, m honor of 6S soldiers
frnru the ranks of the Ogden Knight-;
of Columbus organisation, will be held
this evening at th. Weber dub, ih
banquet and a reception being en
dered the set vice men. all of whom.
'ith one exception, rcturneu safeh
Flans indicate that the affair this
fvenlng will be on an elaborate scale
The soldiers, sailors and marines of
the organization who will be present
this evening have been requested to
appear in uniform.
Following the banquet, a dance wii1
be given at the W O VV hall
A week from this evening, thr Instal
lation of new officers of the K. of C
organization will ta'je place. This af
fair will be also be held jn the W O
W hall and will be similar to a smok
er. The newly elected Officers will be
ihe speakers on that occasion
The fourth decree is -cheduled for
Columbus day and will be held n Salt
Walking In the
Interest of the
U.S. Service Men
Thomas Shannon, a repreaentatl e
In the interests of returned soldiers,
sailors and marines, arrived in Ogden
today on foot cn route to San Fran
clseo Shannon was employed a a
j guard at one or the powder plants In
! the east during the war and since
the war haa been working In ihe i;i.
terest of the returned service men He!
has walked over the country and has!
made his wants known in many citie '
of the Cnited States.
He has letters from the governors
of Utah. New York. Colorado and)
Maryland, and from the mayors of
Denver. Des Molne.s and Omaha. Hel
Is touring the country endeavoring to I
have the citizens ot every community
"do all they can for the returned bob !
Shannon will visit the mayor of Og
den tomorrow and other prominent lo
cal officials before departing for the
west. He expecls to walk from Og-'
den west to San Francisco, thence!
south to San Diego and east from
San DUgo through the southern St -.and
the north to his home at Wilminc-i
Under the Rest Cure
I WASHINGTON. Sept. 30.-PreaM n
Wilson, whose illnesM took a urn for
the better yenterday. continued to 1m
prove today uider the rest cure pre
m ribed by his physician.
After the first good night s rest h
has had since he was taken ill, the
president as up most of the day aDd
X$5! 6 Bell-ans
Li -j Hot water
g t fli
I NewMctor Records B j
I for October
Presenting superb new interpretations which reflect the greatness of
Victor exclusive artists. A choice collection, too, of popular songi, and
six dance numbers that are most alluring. And any Victor dealer will
gladly play them for you.
Pfl Number Size Fries J;
B Lddi o' Mia France. Alda 64779 10 $1.0C f
Seguidill. P.n AlfroJ Cort.t 64S19 10 1 00
Tanso V.ol.n Mi.eha Ebnan 64821 10 I 00
U Trariala ni Fulfill the Rowtid of Plaure Amelrta Galli-Carci G4820 10 1 00 .
Sweduh Cradle Song Alma Chack and Efrem Zunbalbt 87566 10 1 SO
Carmen-Preh.de to Act 1 PWiUdalphia Orcheatra 61822 10 1.00
Owr Yeaterday. Elsie Baler ) Ifl
Ma' Little SunflowV, Good Nahl Olire Kline ,
g teak Annie Merle Alcoch)
Ti All That I Can Say Merle Alcockj
Uncle Josh and Aunt Nancy Pat Up tbe Kitchen Stove 9
H Cel Stewart and Ada Jone 18595 It AS
Train Time at Panltio Centre Cal Stewart and American Quartet)
Dreamy Alabama Cherlea Hart and Lewii Junes tjeaa 10 85
The Muaic of Wedding Cnimea Cbarle Hart and Shannon Four ) j
H Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight Vivian Holt and Lillian RoaedaU ) . ,
B Hawaiian Lullaby Charlc Hart and Elliott Shaw ) 1888 ' 10 M
Of a Tailor and a Bear (2) Wild Hor.eman Victor Orchestra t M
SpinningSong (2) Tbe LiUle Hunter. Victor Orchestra J 1W9a 10 "
H Wynken, Blynhen and Ned Sally Hamlin I
EM The Sugar-Plum Tree Sally Hambn)
The Parbian Polka Victor M.Htary Band)
B French Reel Victor MUitary Ba-d f 15500 10 35
KJ Coo Coo Fox Trot Joseph C. Smith'. Orchestral I
Who Did lt?-One-SteP Jeeepk C. Smith's Orehe.tra j 1S501 10 55 jj
Ev'rybody Shimnue. Now Medley Fox Trot All Star Trio) I
I My Cairo Lore-Fox Trot All Star Trie f 18603 10 95 . j
I'm Forerer Blowing Bubble. Waltx Selrin'. Novelty Orchestra) jj
Yearning Medley Fox Trat Joseph C Smith's Orchestra ( 18603 10 85
I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now Billy Murray)
And That Ain't All Arthur Field. 18604 10 85
Mandy Shannon Four)
"Breeie" Blow My Baby Back te Me) American Quartet f 18605 10 85
Ok ! What a Pal Was Mary Henry Burr)
I Dear Heart John Steel J1860 10 85
General Pershing March Victor Band) ' j
Repasx Band -March Co.way'. Band 18607 10 85
I Hear these new Victor Recordi to-day at any Victor dealerV He will gladly g'ire you an lllustraard
booklet describing these new record, and play any muic you wuh to hear. We recommend the Victor j
Tungs-tone Stylu. plays 100 to 300 records without changing.
Victor, and Victrolas in great variety from $12 ta J9S0.
Important Notice. Vkwt SS ttt4 m alldaarn 'IT'um Q flN
XJJ Per i .r.j Victor MiAt.ci Wt(va!f!Si i BiTTrirtTr'HBF rr mEovSDfisufSB ' di month l
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Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. 9
l Victrola )'
i r.nttfij by Dr. Grayson to
his attention lor a tbort tim to prfss
mg azecntlva mattcrB. He signed m
oral minor blJLs and rf)lution.. cnt
ponu- nominations to the senate jnd
dictated a few letter.-
Jurinc th aftansfXHI he took anoth
er automobile ride 3nd beemw; to n
Joy It thoroughly Accompanied by
Mrs Wilson and htb daughter, Miss
Margaret, he wa away from the White
House nearly two houro. driving lar
ui Into the countr'-
As long as good weather continues,
it Is understood the automobile wlli be
a dailj !ature on the president h i-.-program.
It hai bc-n prescribed pot
onl to pive him the benefit of th t.un
and fresh air. It is said, but because
It aide in overcoming the sleeplessness
from winch h- haa suffered.
Dr. Grayson would makr no pi.....
tlon today whether the president
would b able to take part in the labor
?nd industrial conference which
hre nejtt Monday Th physi
nana bulletin merely sail
"The president bad a good night's'
rest and is improving.''
Sell Tobacco to
Boys to Be Arrested
Warrant for two atorfkeepern. al-j
legt-d to have sold tobacco to school
bihlren In ih grammar rradea. have I
bf-m sworn to and will be srrvHi to- '
morrow, according to word from Judge
Dan Sullivan of the Juvenile court Ue
reports that there is an extensive prat
ric on the part of a number of s.ore
koTHTi near school houses of toe lt
af Uag tobacco to school boys.
While the fact that the tobacco ha.
hern aold to the boys baa been known
for soot" time, no evidence of a nature
to convict was obtained nnttl recT.-u
K-ad O Classtfted Ala.
QUEEN ESTHER CHAPTER O. E. S
The regular meeting of Qneen E
ther chapter No t. O. E. 8.. will be
1 beld at 8 o'clock Friday eveniru;. Octo
ber 3 in the Masonic temple Initiation
, f candidate will be conducted. All
members of the order are invlw-d.
DAUGHTERS OF PIONEERS
(amp A of the Daughter of Pio
neers will meet tomorrow afternoon at
2.30 o clock at the nnme of Mrp Kap
hn, 17s Harrisvillo avenue. A fu 11 at
tendance in desired as this is the first
me- tinr Of the winter season anrl 0Sw
-id rabl- bu.-inf-ss will come before the
GO TO THE NORTHWEST
Mr and Mrs. M E. Carson of the
Brow mm,' apartment, left Ogder todaj
lor the northwest wnere they yrill rlslt
relatives In Seattle and Portland and
Mrs t'arson will yjslt her son Ervin.
Of The Blood
Strong. Sturdy Men
and Healthy. Beautiful Women
3,000.000 Psople Use It Annually
who is attending the University of
Orecon at Eugene.
L. A. TO O. R. C
The Ladles' auxiliary to the U. R. C.
will meet Thursday afternoon jn ttj-ir
lodr hall and touduct some important
business. All members are asked to be
RECEPTION OCTOBER 7
The members of the "hriMin
church will cli a reception for th'
paetor and his family on Tueda u
tober 7. Instead of Friday, as previ
1 bis change Is imperative because
of the state convention of Christian
Endeaor. which begins in Sail Lake
("it on Fnda
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The Bayer Company intro
duced Aspirin to physicians
18 years ago.
If you want the true, world-famous
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for over eighteen vrs. you must ask I
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Tfce "Rayrr Crona" is itamped on I
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K Ivr your protection axainst imlta- 1
In each package of Bayer Tablets
or Aspirin are safe and proper direc i
tlons ror Colds. Headache. Neuralgia,
Toothache. Earache. Rheumat'o.
Timbaxo. Neuritis, and for fain ,iA
Handv tin boxes rorjtainlnR II tMtM
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4 " rr Bayer parka,;., '
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Ufa. ur of Monoacur.ddeer of ES J
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Jack Williams Is I
to Be Investigated I :
By Naval Officer
A reprenativr of h l nitM S." I J
navy wlli be in Osden to Investlcsts th I
case or Jark ISMlama. who was (ooad j
rnltr of vsjerancv. ,,, police court M- IBl
dsy. and who I. allaa-ed io u . H
from the Nebraska B ''v"
IPsasteM accordmc tu lu. s lories wsJ I f
a'c,,a months ao an.J ' j I
weeks aco In court last HonlmT I
two .ideo non aroused the suspicion ef I
ra eeni n.i ieirKTarn, w,r. ?..n. to th II
naval station at Salt Lstke and at 5a I
Kranrijco in recard to hi cas
A prrtty Klrl is omalM more orninef:vl RlaTfc
than useful t
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Hvs yon beard about the aew ry I
tew, frr weigkt redaetiont I I
Ton nay eat aad drink all yen srei I 4 1
There is B tedioaa exereiaiBg. Taka I
littls oil of kerem at anealfiaie. al If
''ksa retiriBg. also follow the mmpl,
flaar d.rectioam. A lose ef weight, t
to sixty pooads (whatever yen aeed t I
loss), may b expected bv this safe asl I
pleasaat system af fat re-loetioa. At
tka druggist's get a snail box of d I
f Loreia rapnlea, and start at oar. ;
tta of normal aits, with good figure aJ 1
itfr.'-tive appearaace, ag la. qn '-' j
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''"''If weight bow joq are likely ta If
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