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I BOX ELDER WIS OVER
WEBER MID 0. H. S.
' li DEBATE
In the triangular debating contest
between the Ogden high school, We
ber Academy and Box Elder school,
hrld yesterday morning at Ogden and
Brlgham, Box Elder won two tiral.
Weber one point and the O. n. S.
). The team representing the OKden
u high school here against Box Bluer
1 Mas composed of Rcnsis Ukcrt ana
f , Weston Bird. The award was Box
Blder two points, O. H. S. one.
Tho teams representing Ogden nig"
sthool and Weber academy were. ie
spectlveU. Kenneth Malan and Cl.iudc
J-Iolllstcr. Delbert Wright and John
Bmmett. The decision was- throe
points to the favor of Weber and none
i to Ogden high.
' Tho Weber academy loam woi Kin,
at Brlgham city against the, Box EM-r
high was composed of Ed Knsdus anu
S Clarence Brown. The decision was in
faor of Box Elder, two points to Wc
i br'x one.
! The question debated by Weber an..
Ogden high was; "Uepolvcd. That tho
federal government should pass legis
lation providing for the 'compu.s.ir
arbitration of all labor disputes in
America." The affirmative side ol
I the question was taken by Weber,
while the negative side was taken
I the Ugden high. The debale was
j iricn in the auditorium and piovcd
j an affair of interest
I! Prejudice Against
According to Oscar B. Lowrtcr. Mio
' Has been on a- mission in the caster.i
states, some cities in the state of Xe.vi
York have passed ordinances prohlV. 1
Iting "Mormon ciders from dl!trlb.iiiriN
tracts propagating Lheir. faith. KUiei j
Lewder saya that prejudice agai.iot
I t.ie Mormon church is undoubted?;
growing stronger. Mr. I.owdcr Jias
? labored in New York. Pennsylvania.
! Malna and New Hampshire.
He says that in spite of I he preju-
nice good work Js being done by in'.s?-
sionarles of the church.
I: Portland Cement Co. to
Build Plant in Idaho
O. A. Day and Ralph E Bristol or
the Portland Cement company of thi
city have completed -.irrangeme-nf
whereby they posses a thousand
" acres of land at Portneuf, Idaho, wherr
they intend In the near future to
buiid a Portland cement plant to su
, pl the state of Idaho. .
I Lindsay R. Rogers
Leaves for Heme
who has been visiting old friends in
Salt Lake and Ogdn for several das
while en route from the cast, win
leave for his home this afternoon. 'ia )
Ixjs Angeles. j
A banquet was given in Mr. Rouen I
honor by thirty-five old-lime frlenas J
at Ogden Saturday of last week, anuj
he has been extensively entertained j
; during his stay in Salt Lake. i
I1 Engineer Approves
i Gymnasium Plans
The board of directors of the We
ber normal college have requested the
architects of the new gymnasium.
Woods & Jensen and S, A. Shrccve. to
I be present at a meeting of the dnoct
j ors next Wednesday evening, when
the question of letting the control i
will be taken up. The plans havwi
received the endorsement of Coion-i
Wlllard Younr. church engineer.
I POSLAM FIGHTS
IPoslam Is persistency itself when
n healing powers are directed against
j Eczema or any stubborn skin trouble.
j Jt&continued use brings unmistakable
irUprovement as the raw places thai
itched and burned no longer harrass.
Ygu can safely and confidently leave
all. your skin troubles to Poslam; pim
T!5, rashes, scalp-scale, abrasions,
chafings, inflammation, any itching de-
Sold everywhere, For free sample
wrjte to Emergency Laboratories,-243
West 47th SL, Netf York City.
tPoelam Soap iff the tonic soap for
the skin and will freshen and beautify
your complexion. Advertisement.
Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These
JThere's no longer the slightest need
od feeling ashamed of your freckles,
atf Othine double strength is guar
Hl anteed to remove these homely spots.
I .'Simply get an ounce of Othine
I dabble strength from any druggist
B 1 ami apply a little of il night and morn
ln and you should soon see that even
B ttte worst freckles have begun to djs-
Hj appear, while the lighter ones have
vanished entirely. Tt is seldom that
H more than an ounce is needed to com-
H) pletely clear the skin and gain a
H: beautiful clear complexion.
H! Be sure to ask for the double
aTFength Othine as this is sold und-r
K guarantee of money back if it falls to
Hj remove freckles. Advertisement,.
SCOTS 11MITE I
IN PlffiS SHOW,
It's a Scotch bill sure enough at the
Orpheum theatre this week, for the1
Pantages vaudeville run. Topping tho1
list is Jessie Blair Stirling and her si.
lassies in "Echoes of Scotland.";
Anion? thorn are pipers and. dancers;
and Miss Stirling, who has a soprano
voice of unui-ual charm.
The Chung Ilwa Four, celestial en
tertainers par excellence, inject, a bit
of Scotch in their offering when thoy
appear in kills and pul over some droll
humor of the kind Han v Lntidcr dis
penses. Then there is "The Great Howard,"
a ventriloquist of no n.oan abillry who
choses the kilts to drcs up his offer
ing. Besides theic re three more acts
of dancing, fun and thrills.
Record Entry List
For Relay Carnival
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., April 2. -The
annual relay carnival of tho University
of Pennsylvania which takes place on
April 30 and May 1, hat? attracted a
mcord list of entries. Invitations ha.vo
been accepted by 317 institutions, in
cluding 02 colleges. U preparatory
schools 5S grammar schools. 10 paro
chial fchoob and 113 high schools.
The list of colleges embraces all the
big institutions of the east and middle
west and four from the far west, in
addition to Oxford and Cambridge.
England, whoso entry in the two mile
relay has aroused great interest and
given the moot an International aspect
There will be at least 120 college
teams in action on the two days of the
meet, several large institutions having
'ertered from two to four teams m
i the relay championships.
Plans for Mew Armory
Ready for Presentation
The completed plans for tho ikw
rniory to house Troop D of the Stale
"National Guard will he presenlcu io
Jhc Ogden chamber of commerce oy
the chairman of the committee, halpn
IS. Bristol, next Tuesday.
! SALES MANAGER
IS BACK ON JOB
Shardlow is Well, Cheerful
and Happy Since Taking
One. of the distinguishing features
in connection with the Introduction
and sale of Tanlac throughout Amer
ica is the large number of traveling
men who have been benefited by its
use. From Maine to California and
from the Gulf to Northern Canada.)
men representing almost every lino of I
business have testified to tho remark-1
able and gratifying results obtained by
I taking Tanlac.
' One of the latest of those to endorse
Tanlac is H. Shardlow, sales manager j
for the Solar Illuminating: Co., of Chi-i
I cago,, who lives at the Hotel Stowell.l
I Los Ancel es. Cal. j
"Tanlac Is the finest medicine I ,
ihavo ever run across." said Mr. Shard-1
lov recently. "I gained nine pounds'
on three bottles and have gotten rid 1
of a case of stomach trouble that near-!
ly cost me my life. For several months j
I had suffered terribly from acute gas-!
"tiltis ?rd was very nervous. Every-!
'thing I would eat soured and formed I
igas. my chest and lungs would pain'
imt- and my heart palpitate for hours in I
misery and have been forced to spend
days at a time in bed. I lost nineteen
pounds, was a nervous wreck and had
to give up all idea of business.
"L had the best troatmcnt and medi
cine and wa3 pul on a special diet but
got no belter, and was finally (old that
onljan operation would relieve my
trouble. One day while in El Paso.
Texas, I had an attack that almost
proved fatal. I had been reading about
Tanlac and immediately tried it.
Thnksgiving day I was sick, blue and
discouraged, but since taking Tanlac
I can enjoy a good meal and (eel well,
cheerful and happy. It gives me plea
Isure to recommend Tanlac and I hope
jali sufferers from stomach trouble may
be induced to try it,"
; "Tanlac is sold in Ogden by A. R.
iMdntyre Drug Co. Advertisement
1 SAGE TEA KEEPS
I YOUR HAIR DARK
! When Mixed With Sulphur it
. Brings Back Its Beautiful
, ; Lustre at Once
I Gray hair, however handsome, de
notes advancing age. We all know
the advantages of a youthful appear
ance. Your hair is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When It
fades, turns gray and looks streaked,
just a few applications of Sage Tea
and Sulphur enhances its appearance
Don't stay gray! Look young!
Zither prepare the recipe at home or
get from any drug store a bottle of
Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,
which is merely the old-timo recipe Im
proved by the addition of other ingred
ients. Thousands o folks recommend
. this readyto-usc preparation, because
It darkens the hair beautifully, besides,
no one can possibly tell, as It darkens
'so naturally and evonly. You moisten
j a sponge or soft brush with it, draw
ing this through the hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; after anoth
er application or two, its natural color
is restored and it becomes thick, glos
sv and lustrous, and you appears years
National Swimming j
NEW YORK, April 1 Definite dates!
!for several national swimming cham
pionship events were announced today
lai Amateur Athletic Union headquar
ters as follows,
! April 17 Junior 100 yards breast
stroke, Los Angeles A. C.
: April 17 Junior 220 yards free style
'Cleveland Y. M. C. A
April 28 Senior 400 yards relay
Olympic club, San Francisco
April 2S to May 1 Senior water
polo, Pacific association, San Fran-1
Cisco. . I
April 25 Junior 100 yards back
stroke Pacific association, San Fran
cisco. Events for women:
April 21 Senior 100 yard hack
'slroko. Philadelphia Turngemeinde.
May 2 Senior plunge for distance,
Idora Swimming club. San Francisco.
April 10 Junior 100 yards relay,
j oo j
j Mission Presidents i
Meet in Salt Lake1
MiMlon presidents of tho L. !. S. J
i-hurch In Canada, the United St.nus
and Mexico inM with the council ot J
twelve today, preliminary to the lr.oe.-
Ings of the general conference. G. v..
MeCune. former business man of .nis
city and president of tho eastern
states mission, Is In altendane?.
Tiapr7S3 EZ3 E3 COS S33 3
ffflr The answer of
SfjjpgP" most fat people U S
I , thic constant dieting is hard, m
, g continu.il oxerciso is lire- ffl
some, exhAusti70 then, loo, g
it might bs hnrmful lo force-
the weight down. That was S
8 tho old fashioned idea. To- a
Sdav in MftrmoiR Preicription
i LibleU nil th, e diQeullicj arc ra
BCTerconoe. Jut pleannt. htm-
Us little tablet nfler esch meal n
Sand at W.time caiiK fat to Tan- V)
Isli Tnli modern method li abtch
i lutcly liarmleM entaili no die mc gj
or eiorclif. nd Sat the added .id
t TAntare of clieapnen. A larce H
(ft cxa of tfe itarmoln Tre- yfssjL
tcrlptlon Tablets y-flrsrrSJS3 PI
Bit o!rt by drue- ASPKSi
at tt. Or, Jfc&k S t
Sllprefernble.can jfffiS &JB
be obulufd br gfA
eniilnir price di- prt &2f'S7l
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a Co.. m -wood- sJ
mui At , Detroit, I
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Bkna tJili yoj bT w (
, no xtc 'er hlnc
Blao fit, bat en t- V
hrft two, thrtt cr J i?k
foar pwrii 'WitU 3 .
Svllhoit (ur of ny aZ)
bid (r-ffU M SPA
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: FUN FOR WOMEN j
j TO DYE CLOTHES :
I . :
l "Diamond Dyes" Turn Faded,
Old Apparel into New
Don't worry about perfect results.
Use Diamond Dyes, guaranteed losgive
a new, rich, fadelews color lo any fab
ric, whether it be wool, silk, linen, cot
tion or mixed goods dresses, blouses,
stockings, skirts, children's coats,
feathers, draperies, coverings.
The Direction Book with each pack
age tells so plainly how to diamond
dye over any color that you can not
make a mistake.
To match any material, have drug
I gisth show you Diamond Dye Color
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cents buys "Danderine". After
an application of "Danderine" you can
not find a fallen hair or any dandruff,
besides every hair shows new life, vig
or, brightness, more color and thickness.
RED MY MHI1
EAST IN SIBERIA
Chinese Government Receives
Message of Attempt to Aid
Workmen and Make Peace
LONDON, March 31. Adispatch lo
the London Times from Peking dated
March 20, says the Chinese govern
ment has received a message from
the Moscow soviet through Commis
sary Jansen at Irkutsk announcing
that a red army Is marching cast to
succor the workmen and poasants in
Siberia ficom the "brigands, Kolrhak.
Semenoff. Horvath and their Japanese
allies and establish everlasting peace."
The communl cation expresses horror
at Ihe crimes committed ngainst China
and undertakes to anull all treaties
and renounce all privileges improperly
acquired from China.
China Is urged in the communica
tion to resume negotiations for the res
toration of the Chinese Eastern rail
way, the cancellation of the protocol
of 1901 and the extra territorial rights
hitherto enjoyed by the Russians and
tho reunnclatlon of the "boxer" indem
nity, the privileges of orthodox mis
sionaries and milling rights,
i The dispatch says the soviet also
i offers to hand over to China without
charge the great Russian tea fac
tories at Hankow The only condition
made is that tho people of China have
complete freedom to determine their
own system ot government.
Tho message, the dispatch declares,
aguely indicates that thq services of
the red army will be available to de
liver China from foreign imperialistic
and capitalistic ambtions. '
The correspondent says there Is no
doubt that everything offered will ho
accepted by China. The Bolshevlki.
ho adds, have succeeded In establish
ing themselves in the good graces of
the Chinese and the future between
them promises to be full of harmony.
Delware Lower House
Vote Against Suffrage
DOVER, Del , April 1. Ratification
of the suffrage amendment was defeat
ed in the lower house of thp legisla
ture today. The voto was 23 to 0.
Members who voted for the amend
ment subsequently changed for the
purpose of later moving to reconsider.
The vote as finally announced was 2G
The defeat ot the ratification reso
lution dashes to earth the hope of the
suffrage leaders that Delaware would
become the thirty-sixth state to ratify
suffrage and thus achieve tho prestige
of casting the voto that would give
womon tht"' right of the ballot.
The legislature, called in extraordi
nary session by Governor Townsend to
consider the amendment mot on March
22. Leaders of the suffrage movement
and those opposed to it flocked to
this quiet little town.
Gratification over the defeat of the
ratification was expressed by Mrs,
I "Welcome Relief From the
I Tortures of Rheumatism
I Can Come Only From the
! Proper Treatment.
Many forms of rheumatism are
caused by millions of tiny germs
that infest tho blood, and until the
blood is absolutely freed of these
germs, there is no real relief in
The most satisfactory remedy
for rheumatism is 5. S. S. iie-
cause It is one of tho most thor
ough blood purifiers known to med
ical science. This fine old remedy
cleanses the blood of impurities,
and acts as an antidote to the germ
S. S. S. is sold by druggists
everywhere. For valuable litera
ture and advice address Chief Med
ical Adviser, 107 Syift Laboratory,
. . - -i... i
I NEVER GRIPE R SICKEN
"Cascarctj" act on Lirer and Bowels without Griping or Shaking you
up So Convenient I You wake up wish your Head Clear, Complexion Rosy,
Breath and Stomach Sweet No Biliousness, Headache or Constipation.
oJiaX)e a complexion that will
stand the closest scrutiny
i 's your complexion such that you
y A 0 Ml don't have to worry about il? Will
, g-X V-J.. it stand the test of bright lights, and
- .. ... "'""V" close scrutiny without embarrassing
you? If so, the regular use of Rcsi-
- h nol Soap will tend to keep it that
tfilaP v wa'- If not begin at once to use
jB7 K ytfri RcsinolOintmcntwithResinolSoap
fJ anC SC w'iat a woncrfu' alleviator
' MsBiM of skin ills ihis treatment is. Resi-
f X'SJairel no1 0intmcnt is perfectly harmless
t jwSlTT containing only mild, cleansing and
E&HEkA. ftffJftWlwTO healing balsams, which could not
itSSiPx WW&Rxr injure the tenderest skin.
Q31k-y -S RESINOL SHAVING STICK !0 con.
j S Ulnt the KcJinol balumt andtt a bvoritcnith
j dUrlmlijit!nr men. At all 'ftrujcuj.
il (I l
A, R. MclNTYRS DRUG CO.
t.lr,,..rT..-..llll IHIIi Wlll'lll i
Henry B. Thompson, president of the
Delaware Association Opposed to Wo
man Suffrage. She said:
"I was sure of the result from the
beginning. Delaware men are true to
lheir convictions and the traditions of I
their state. They cannot be coerced j
"We have assurance from Connectl- (
cut and Vermont thai no special ses
sion will bo called. We also have as
surances Ohio, New texlco, Oklahoma
and Maine will, by right of referendum,
determine the will of tho people as to
whether women shall vote."
Mrs. Florence Iiilles. president of,
tho suffrage slate organization, said:
"We hae a majority in the senate.
We will try to shove the measure
through that body and then strive to
have the house act favorably on the
Joint ratification resolution. We are
(ilncou raged buL we are by no means
Increase the price limit increase
the supar. That has beOn proven by
the government. Witness John Public.
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Hamlin's Wizard Oil H
A safe and harmless preparation H
ov relieve the pains of Rheumatism, H
Sciatica, Lame Back and Lumbago is jH
Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It penetrates IH
quickly, drives out soreness, and lim-
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You will find almost daily uses for jf
it in cases of sudden mishaps or. ac- H
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bums, bites and stings. Just as re- H
liable, too, for earache, toothache,
croup and colic
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
ff not satisfied return the bottle and H
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick hearl- fM
sche? Just try Wizard Liver Whips, lefl
pjeasant lictlc pink pills, 30 cents. I
STANDARD WANT ADS FOR RESULTS i
In 2000 Counties This Month I
The Forces of the Church fm
of Christ Will Gather To H
Face the Facts. " H
IN 2000 counties in the United States the pastors mm
and laymen of 30 great denominations will meet, WM
in conference this month. IB
It is the kind of conference that generals hold H
before a critical engagement; that business men
hold before entering a new market. A conference ) Dl
of judgment, not emotion; a clear-eyed facing of B
A Survey that Business Men Must Admire
For more than a year hundreds of workers
have been quietly engaged in making a scientific
surve3 of the mission fields, and of America county
by county. KM
The facts developed are startling. No such pic- mm
ture of America's religious situation has ever be- JLU
fore been drawn. i mm
On the basis' o'f these, (.surveys thirty 'Pro-.
testant denominations are uniting in a
Nation Wide Cooperative Campaign mm
Each of the thirty denominations has its
own "Forward Movement" organized and officer- 1 D
ed. The Interchurch World Movement is the' mm
clearing house for all of these. HB
It is the agency which the churches have ere- Lm
ated to avoid duplication, to foster cooperation and
make sure that every man and dollar render the
utmost service possible. mm
The month of April will be devoted to H
making the facts of the survey known to America;
in the week of April 25th-May 2nd, will come a . i
united simultaneous financial campaign. I I pH
" v RiT
Whether You Are Inside the Church or Out ! wM
To every man and ever' woman who loves ' rnri
his country, these 2000 county conferences are W'
vitally important. Wf !
For the facts developed by this great survey IB
show vividly what forces are at work in America
and what kind of a country this country is to be. mWm
See that the pastor of your church appoints
delegates. Any pastor can tell you the con
ference place and date. Or write direct to the
45 WEST 18th STREET, NEW YORK CITY Hl
The publication of this advertisement Is made pas- IH
sible tlirough the cooperation of 30 denominations, iH