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H JTHEXANP A RD-EXA MINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 192G 7 j 1
I STREET CAR COMPANY TO PAVE ALL
:x WASHINGTON AYE. INTERSECTIONS,
' DOUBLE TRACK AND LAY NEW STEEL
I Agreement was reached at a meet
ing of the Ogdcn City commissioners
i and the state road commission in Salt
Lako yesterday that the Ogdon Street
Railway company would bo required
to pavo all tho intersections between
its tracks on North Washington ave
nue. . It was also agreed that certain
improvements will be made by the
company along tho tracks on both
North and South "Washington avenue.
The road is to be double-tracked and
now steel and ties arc to be laid at a
cost of' $160,000.
Before the proposed improvements
arc begun the property owners of both
localities will be called into conouiia
tlon with the city commissioners hero
to determine whether or not the
planned Improvements will be accept
able to them, according to Mayor
Frank Francis. The agreement will
call for the placing of curbs along tho
tracks and the paving of Intersection
of tho avenue.
Important steps were takon at mo
meeting to hnsten tho construction,
as a federal aid projoct, of the road
up Ogdcn canyon from the city limits
to Ogden valley,
Ogdcn was represented before tho
commission by Mayor Francis, Com
missioner Flygare and Engineer Jo
seph M. Tracy. The road commission
approved of their recommondatlon
that the street car company need not
pavo the space between the car traoks,
but instead must erect a six-inch curb
two feet from the track and pave bo
tween tho rails nl all intersections, to
a width as wide as tho outer edges of
the sidewalks on cross streets. Most
I Ultimatum Issued to
Republic of Sonera
NOGALES, Sonora, April 13. Gen
! eral Diegucz, northern military com
mander for Carrnnza, has issued an ul
timatum to Governor de la Huerta, and
General Calles, of the "Republic of So
, nora," that military measures will be
taken unless the state returns to the
national government, it was stated to-day.
of tho blocks in tho section, as out
lined, have cross strootG through' tho
center, so that tho arrangomont will
afford,, it is believed, a sufficient num
ber of places whero vehicles may cross
from the east to the west sido of
"Washington avenuo, or vice versa.
As outlined at the meeting, tho fed
eral aid project will carry the paving
of Ogden canyon to near Iluntsvllic,
7.371 miles from the Ogden city limits-
Total estimated cost Is $268,
450.05. or $36,459.76 per mile, tho
federal government paying 'one-half
of the cost and tho state and county
dividing the remainder. Tho pavement
to be used Is the bltulithio concrete
top on the present rock base, with the
necessary black base added.
The hard-surfaced portion of the
canyon road will be eighteen foet
wide, and tho roadway, counting the
gravel shoulders, twenty-six foet wide,
wherever the conditions In the canyon
will permit. The maximum grade is
to be 6 per cent. The state has a
"hot plant" available for this work,
and it is desired to get trained help
from tho Barber Asphalt company for
laying the roadway.
Owing to the manner In which this
complicates the foderal aid arrange
ments, the matter was referred to V.
M, Frlckstad, senior highway engi
neer of the bureau of public roads in
Ogden, and It. M. Miller, district en
gineer for the state in Ogden, to con
fer on the matter with B. J. Finch,
district engineer, and Mr. Frickstad's
1 chief in this city. Hope was expressed
that advertisements for bids for tho
work might be running In tho news
papers in the near future.
WEBER COUNTY TEACHERS WILL
ATTEND SESSIONS OF N. E. A. -
SN SALT LAKE; JULY 4 TO 10
I A complete 100 per cent membership
of teachers, principals and supervis
ors of the Weber County schools has
been secured in the National Educa-j
lional association which comes to Utah
for the second time in seven years to
hold its most important educational
These sessions will be held in Salt
Lake City from July 4th to 10th in
clusive and promise to bo some of the
most important held by that organiza
tion. A drive for full membership was
started a short tinie ago by Field Sec
retary Hugh S. Maglll of the N. E. A.,
and his assistant, Sue L. Fratis.
Responding to this request for ev
ery teacher, and school worker In the
svstcm to become active members,
Supt. B. A. Fowler took the matter up
Exercises to be Held Tomor
row Evening at Ogden
Arrangements for the closing exer
cises of the night school classes to be
held tomorrow evening at Ogden high
school, have been completed by Super
visor I. S. Noall of the city school sys
tem. The program opens at 7:30
o'clock and consists of musical selec
tions by high school students, a four
minute talk, showing of a film on busi
ness activities, social games and danc
ing. Members of Mrs. Reed's class i
will present a valentine dance and a
Russian dance. A victrola drill will
be given by Miss Sullivan's class and
f a Dixie solo by Miss Conn. All night
school students are invited to be pres
ent and may bring a partner.
The night achool season has been
highly satisfactory, Supervisor Noall
said, and many of the students have
expressed a wish to continue the workj
and are enthusiastic to start again in
the fall. Some of tho courses will be
held for several weeks longer in the
board of education offices and other
places. The teachers, he said, feel
well repaid with the results of the sea
son's work and have offered many sug
gestions for conducting the classes
in the last county teachers' Institute,
urging all to Join. He reports that
10C per cent membership has been se
cured, a check for 94 membership fees
I having been mailed from his office
this morning to J. W. Crabtree of
Washington, D. C. Weber County is
the fourth county of tho state to se
cure its complete membership in this
: great national organization.
I Supt. Fowler reports that his schools
?.!so went over the top In their sub
Iscrlptions to America's gift to France.
'More than the quota was raised in one
week following the first request. The
school children donated one or two
pennies each, the total amount being
sufficient for their portion In the
great monument to be built by Ameri
can school children on the Marne river
-5TUIT WORK ON
New Globe Flour Unit Will
Have Capacity of 3200
With a force of about one hundred
men putting' on last finishing work
for the great elevators of the Glc-be
Grain and Milling company in Wes
Ogden, ground "will be broken next
week for tho eight-story mill to be
erected just to tho north of the new
building. The mill will have a capaci
ty of 3200 barrels daily, said to be the
largest in the intermountain country.
In comparison, the Sperry mill on
Twenty-ninth street "will have a ca
pacity of 2,000 barrels dally.
Building activities can bo kept gv
ing for three weeks or longer de
spite the present railroad strike situ
ation and confidence is felt that pro
gress will not be held back, because
of the yardmen's trouble, according
to J. H. Waugh, engineer in charge.
In this connection also, the Sperry
pobplo reported that they wero going
ahead satisfactorily as material for
building had been piled up at the site (
i in advance of needs. I
About Those Dogs
Beautifully marked. aristocratic
Russian Wolf Hounds, for sale. All
are registered dogs and of the best
breoding In the world. House and auto
broke. Grand companions for children
or ladles,. Full grown. Call and see
them at 541 Washington avenue, Og
den, or address P. O. Box 483, Ogden.
Under no condition will I be re
sponolblo for any bills contracted by
anyone other than myself.
(Signed) K. E. SMITH.
WRIGHTS TO OBSERVE
Wrights' Storo Is forty-five yeara
young tomorrow, and thcy'ro going to
celebrate. Forty-five years is a long
tlmo to have been In business and to
have kept growing all tho time. Few
Ogdon people know it nowfdujs, per
haps, but Wright's Storo Is ono of the
oldest retail stores In Utah.
Wm. H. Wright, tho founder of I he
business, came 10 Ogdcn a long timo
before the store was opened. He tried
farming up In Cache valley, and after
wards worked for the old Z. C. M. 1. of
Ogdon under the management of D.
IT. Pcery. "Billy" Wright, as most
every one called him in those days,
was a good ml.vor. and the little store,
which was located on tho west sklo of
Main street (now Washington ave
nue), soon grew until Liio father had
to bring "the boys" In to help with
tho clnrking, which consisted of ttiu
ing off calico slicing bacon selling
grindstones, or taking buttor and eggs
In "on trade." After hours some of
the boys did the dollvcring In a wheel
barrow. On tho opening Jay, which
would be about for'y-flvo e;ir3 ago
now, tho store took In thirty-five dol
lars In cash, which the proud pro
prietor carried home Jif a hand bag
borrowed from stock ho icjolccd
that his fortune wan made.
Strango what tricks fate plays in
lifo. The building over which the
namo of W, IT. Wright stands today is
tho very same building In which ho
had his Initial start as a clerk. In
those days nil the clorkn brought their
lunch and went homo after the .'tore
closed, anywhero between ten o'clock
and, midnight. "Billy" was an Eng
lishman, and therefore fond of a good
meal. Also ho had a dear llttlo wife,
with whom ho was very much in lovo
and who was a wonderful cook so
Billy used to slip out occasionally ;-.nd
go homo for a ''warm bite." The boss
caught him at it twice and said,
"Brother Wright you'ro fired."
Wm. IT. Wright always gave a great
deal of credit to his wife for his suc
cess; he used to say, "If I hadn't boon
blessed with such a good little wife
who was a wonderful cook and
whom I wanted to go home to see
I would never havo been fired and
being fired was tho best thing that
over happonod to me It resulted in
my getting Into business for myself "
Wm. H. Wright had ono dominating
quality that brought him success he
had a big, noble heart. Men about
town used to say that he would never
make a big succe3s because he was
too free-hearted. Thcro are widows
living In Ogden today who tell of it
But the bread that ho cast upon the
waters returned after many days. Hist
handshake was cordial and genuine.
Men there, were In tho early days of
his struggle who took advantage of
his goodness, but he returned only his
sympathy that they should care to do
There'3 a picture of Wm. II. Wright
in tho main offices of the store. When
tho boys show jou through, thoy say,
"That's tho picture of father ho was
the best man I ever know."
TOM MIX CLOSES HIS
SUCCESSFUL II AT
THE OGDEN TODAY
Tom Mix, the clever roughrlding,
hardshootlng daredevil who never
fakes, will bo seen for the last time
this afternoon and evening at the Og
don theatre in "The Daredevil," his
latest and greatest picture. During
the past three days the OgderPs rec
ords have been broken on this Mix
picture. There Is not a dull momonj.
in the picture and it has registered as
no other thriller shown at the theatre
In many months.
Thursday Mabel Normand in "Pin
to," a picture which is said to excel
all her previous efforts, will open at
j-he theatre for a three days' showing.
For Meeting Sunday
Apostle' Joseph Fielding Smith and
President Seymour B. Young of tho
First Council of Seventies, will deliver
addresses at the quarterly conference
of the Weber stake next Sunday, ac
cording to announcement by the stake
Two sessions will be hold, at 10 a.
m. and 2 p. m., and all members of
the stake are Invited to be present
Special musical .programs will be ar
ranged by the tabernacle choir under
the direction of Prof. Joseph Ballan
Open City Department
in Real Estate Office
Smith and Flinders, ranch and real
estate brokers, have opened a city de
partment under the management of L.
J. Boyle, formerly of Los Angeles. Mr.
Boyle is said to be an experienced
real estate dealer. Ho will havo the
city business of the company under his
Issued for Strikers
NEW ORLEANS, April 14. Federal
warrants were Issued yesterday for
the arrest of leaders in the contem
plated strike of local members of the
Yardmen's union. Tho men, according
to federal authorities, will be charged
with attempting to interfere with the
movement of Interstate commerce.
It cleans out the germs of winter
freshens you up Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea, a certain Spring Cleaiu
ei fiz-lk. A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co.
m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill 1 1 ii i mi mrn mmmiijusmaaEBagu
ith QI TIT
j Every J
MADE TO ORDER
I Very Special at
Other dealers ask much
more for suits of this quali
ty without extra pants.
We guarantee satisfaction,
fit and workmanship
Howard Williams, Mgr.
2309 Washington Ave
Benefited By New Bill
WASHINGTON, April 14. (By the
Associated Press.) Commissioned of
ficers in the military or naval service
during the war will not benefit under
soldier relief legislation now being
drafted, it was learned today. The
tentative agreement reached by a
house ways and means subcommittee
also excludes yeomanettes, shipyard
workers who were In the army or navy
but who received civilian wages, and
former service men who had their sal
aries paid by their employers while In
The bill as finally presented to the
house, it is, understood, will carry pro
visions for home building aid, exten
sion of vocational training and priori
ty In land settlement. Those not de
siring to take advantage of these pro
visions will receive adjusted compen
sation at the rate of $1 a day.
Means of raising necessary revenues
have been decided upon.
Fine Tobacco Firms
for Trade Monopoly
NEW YORK, April 14. Five tobac
pleas of nolo contendere before Judge
Mayer in federal court to an indict
ment charging monopolization, com
bination and conspiracy in violation of
the Sherman law In connection 'with
trade in Sumatra leaf tobacco. Each
was fined $5000.
The corporations were B. Duys &
Company, American Cigar company,
General Cigar company, Sumatra To
bacco Import corporation, and the
Sumatra Purchasing corporation. Pro'
ceedings wero dismissed against
twelve individuals, officers of the com
panies, who were originally named as
defendants in t,he proceedings.
It was charged that the companies
monopolized more than seventy per
cent of the foreign trade and inter
state commerce In Sumatra leaf tobacco.
Kangaroo farming Is an important
industry in Australia. The hides aro
valuable and the tendons extremely
fino; indeed, thoy are tho best mate
rial known to surgeons for sewing up
wounds, and especially for holding
broken bones together, being much
finer and tougher than catgut.
Being used by over three million
people annually an a tonic and
blood builder. It will increase tho
ctrongth of weak, nervous, run
down folko in two wookc' timo in
many instances. Ask your doo
tor or druggist.
CECIL B. DEMILLES
A $1,000,000 Production
With an All-Star Cas
v GLORIA SWANSON
1 THOMAS MEIGHAN
Adults, all shows . . 30c
Children, all shows 10c
Balcony Loges .... 50c
1 gl msvAr SCHEDULE
1 Cai?rlM'Sprc Door Open 1:45
VHY CHANGE YOUR. WFE?' Curtain at 2:15, 4:00,
; A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT.P1CTUJ15 5.45 7 .30 9. 15
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TJ F YOU have a car, you've doubtless already
heard the call of spring. And If your car is
- jn shape, you've probably long since answered -I
it with your hand on the wheel and your foot
I on the throttle. 1
; The Joys of the automobile season
havo Just begun for the man who 1"
'. keeps his car in trim. '-
Habitual care of brakes and carbu- j-
retor, regular attention to gas, l
water and oil levels, to tire pres.
j sure and alignment will keep your
car ready for the week end trip out '
of town, the evening spin into can-
yon or country.
Come in and let us explain the care 1"
of your car.
E OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO. :
: 2547 Hudson Ave., Oriden Telephone 460 -IAa.
Hudson "Super-Six" Essex J)
What Are Yon Going to
Do Aboot Your Catarrh?
Iapropor Treatment Loads to a
Because you have doubtless been
fairly comfortable through the
mild summer months, and free
from the soreness and irritation of
the membranes, do not make the
mistake of thinking- that you arc
rid of your Catarrh. For if you
suffered with this disease last win
ter, it will again be with you in all
its severity unless you have elim
inated entirely from the blood the
germs which cause the disease.
Are you going- to further tempor
ize with a disease that leads to
such a serious condition? Don't
you know that you can use gallons
upon gallons of local treatment
without the slightest permanent
benefit? Just give the matter a lit
tle careful thought, and you wil1
realize that it is but a waste of
time and money, besides seriously
jeopardizing your health, to con
tinue a method of treatment that
has proven of so little value in
making any real progress toward
First of all find out just what
causes your Catarrh. If it was
merely a local irritation and in
flammation of the delicate linings
of the nose, throat and air pas
sages, then you might reasonably
From Reducing Weight The Fear
Is Needless When
Arbolene. Tablets is the Treatment
To Be Used. Proven Safe
Hundreds of thousands of tubes of
Arbolene Tablets have been marketed
in the past five years and not a single
case has ever been reported of their
being deleterious In any way. On the
contrary, many are grateful and write
letters similar to this one, which was
received from Mrs. Lilla Ricahrda,
"Dear Sir: Two years ago I tried
Arbolene Tablets. It not only reduced
me. but cured my headache and heart
palpitation, and removed that bloated
feeling. Recently my weight again in
creased. I began Arbolene again and
ono box reduced mo from 199 pounds
to 182 pounds, and I feel so much bet
ter. I shall continue until my weight
is again normal, etc."
Buy Arbolene Tablets of druggists
in sealed tubes with fall dlreotions. It
is the one safe, sure, dependable
obesity medicine. A genuine guaran
tee of entire satisfaction accompanies
very package. Advertisement.
expect to be cured by the use of
local remedies. But have you ever
known of one single person to be
freed from the slavery of Catarrh,
by any kind of local treatment?
Why? Simply because they have
overlooked the cause of these
symptoms, and hence the treat
ment has been misdirected. Re
move the cause of the clogged up
accumulations that choke up your
air passages, and they will natur
ally disappear for good. But no
matter how many local applica
tions you use to temporarily clear
them away, they promptly re-appear
and will continue to do so
until their cause is removed.
But if you will take a treatment
that goes right down to the very
source of the disease and attacks it
at its starting point, then you are
on the right track, and can expect
results. S. S. S., the fine old fifty
year old blood remedy is an anti
dote to the millions of tiny Ca
tarrh germs with which your blood
is infested. Don't waste further
time by continuing a treatment
that can make no progress toward
permanent relief, but begin to take
S. S. S. today, and you will receive
the same benefit that others have.
S;S. S. is sold by all drug stores.
Write us for free medical advice
about your own case. Address
Chief Medical Adviser, 17 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
Honey and Tar
IS A TIME-TRIED REMEDY that
can be relied upon to get rid of : ugha
and colds ihnt lead to erio-.-s illncai if
Every User a Friend
"The only remedy we ever - -o for
coughs and colda is Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound. It has been our stand
by for years, and it never fails us."
T. H. Foley, Marqucfte, Mich.
"I surely know the worth of Foley's
Honey and Tar, as I have taken it ;
with good results. Also have sold
hundreds of bottles." A. L. Slam-
bury, Paxhersburg, W. Va.
Children like Foley's Honey
and Tar, It contains no opiates,
and will not injure a delicate
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j Currency j fjH
To avoid the risk of carry- I 1 j
ing money around with yon, -j
pay your bills by Check. You
will find it more convenient,
A Checking Account means
lhe building up of banking T k
acquaintance that is bound to jJ
be of service to vou sooner or 1
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Come in and let us explain
to you the advantages of our
j courteous service.
' OGDEN I :
STATE , '
H. C. BIGEL0W.
l 1 nil ii mini 1 1 1 i n i imiiin jui iujuiiLiiuiinir' SSSSSSSSSI
I9 Interested j
in the welfare of the 1 J -S$il
saver and wish to see xj ' i raKm
This is why we qncour fsHfilJl
igo regular deposits and VA e BHB
the building of a sur- , , BgKfl
Nov accounts are In- WeBL
Four per cent Interest ( - tsB
paid on savings ac- g ? Hftic
;ountG compounded r "HrII
IF WEAK, THIN mBk
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Four persons in every ten are needln&l 1 HE
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