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I Q 8 THE OGDEiN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920.
I TODAY AND T T HP A TJ" u" I
TOMORROW V X 1 HI Life i
1 KING W. VIDOR present "THE FAMILY HONOR" j
il- lJ A tender love story J
f A Thrilling Drama and romance of the J
F I of an aristocratic Sunny Southland J
p J youth ttm.
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1 ? The Cards of 'iTt JpW
i.c Life are Face Yj wl" National
Up! fJ w Attraction
lnn' MATINEES, 10c AND 2Cc; EVENINGS, 10c AND 25c
j For Subscription and Mjvertlsirvg
Department, Call Phono No. 56
Ogden Iypewr2Sfef House tot typo
writers and repairs, 8422 Hudson Av-.
Harris to Speak Judge N. J. Har-
ris of ogden will be the principal
speaker at Kancsvillc this evening at
a meeting of tho Republicans of that
city. Following the address by Judge.
Harris a watermelon bust will be stag
ed. Phone 602 fr-r messenger.
Marriage Bureau. A ranrrUK'-
license was Issued today In the county
clerk's office to George A. Ward and
Miss LaVon Mason, of Willard.
Clean large rags wanted at The
1 To Montpcller John A. Taylor, ac-
I companled by his two daughters. Aral
B and Norma, have left for a week s
in Montpeller, !:
P.ushel bz kets and fruit boxes for!
I sale. Baskets JC 25 per aosen Grout's
I Grain store. 332 Twenty-fourth Street
I Dlvon Grant' A de 'ee of
H) dnfin-o has hffn cran;. ! :, 1 nU'1, A.
HS W. Agef- In the district court to Louis.
Hh Hays from Thomas Hays on the
H- ground of nonsupport. Tin decree
H lines not provide for alimony. The
Hj couple were married here November
'' 4. 1919.
L Recovering Frank Francis. Jr., ROB
Hi o( Mayor Francis, is recovering at the
HH Dee hospital after an operation to
move his tonsils yesterda morning.
I No Chinese student in this coun-
H try may work for money, as that
H' would violate our law forbidding
I immigration of Chinese work n
Community Service to Stage
Festivals Here Next
One of the best pageant directors
in the United States will be secured by
the Community Service of Ugden to
stage a series of pageants In this city
during the latter part of October, ac- i
jCordlnp to an announcement made to-
day by Harry Murrlson.
The pageants probably will be held
'October 29 and 30. although the dates
'have not been definitely decided upon.
The name of the expert who has b SO
'signed to take charge of th.- local pro-;
gram will be made public within a few,
j At a meeting of the song leader's ,
'class held at the Community Service
! headquarters last night William G De
!Mlk was elected president, Mrs. E. J A
jl'glow. vice president. Miss A. F.. Mil-;
ler. secretary and C. C. Dalby. special '
(demonstrator In charge of aings.
Director Murrlson announced today
llhat the fourth sing of a series would;
be held at City Hall square tomorrow,
night at 7:30 o'clock. All are Invited
1 1 o attend, an elaborate program hav
ing olivdy been arranged for the eve
at High on Monday
Registration of students of the I 'g
den high school will be held at the
high school beginning at 9 o'clock
: Monday morning, according to an :m
Inouncement made today by Sujt. V.
Karl Hopkins Classes will be form
It d Monday and the work for the
school year started promptly, accord
ing to present plans
You will all shake with
laughter when you see Wal
lace Reid and Bebe Daniels in
"Sick Abed," starting Sunday
l at Utah.
I OGDEN CONSERVATORY OF
I REOPENS THIS WEEK
j Instractiyi in Piano, Violin, Voice; advanced, interme-
j diate and primary instruction in class and individual
j form. Theory of music, classes in solfegge, harmony.
j history and appreciation of music.
I Children's Classes, Correct Methods, Reasonable Terms
J Squire Coope Ellen Thomas
Arthur Freber Elizabeth Culley
! Lester Hinchcliff Vera Beason
I and Assistant Teachers
a Registration Daily 3 to 6 p. m.
I ia Conservatory Hall: Corner Washington Avenue and
fJ Twenty-fourth Street, Third Floor
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County Instructors Meet With
Superintendents at Weber
The opening institute of WeVr
county teachers was held this morning
at the Weber Normal college. State
I Superintendent of Public Instruction
il.. J. Mulr being the chief speaker.
There was a large number of teaeh
'er present, only two of the entire
roster could not attend.
At 3;30 o'clock this afternoon at
watermelon bust" and a "get ac
quainted" party were to be held at
I the school
, Superintendent B. A. Fouler of the
COUnty schools stated that a remaik
iable spirit of co-operation and effi
ciency was apparent at the meeting,
nnd that all who attended felt, encour
japed In the auspicious beginning.
Supt. Fowler predicted that county
schools would surpass the record of
llnst year. Judging from the enthusi
asm displayed at the meeting.
Get Word of Father's
! Death in Scotland
In a cablegram recelvod from Lar
btrt Scotland, this mornlne, tho sud
den death of Francis Rlnney of that
Jelly was announced. Mr. Ulnney was
"the father of Mrs. .Janu s Slmpsun and
.Mrs Agnes R. Warner and Robert
Dlnney of this city.
, The news came ns a shock to the
'children of the deceased.
- -h i jcj Pgfgsj
RE7T1 HNs i ROM t Tlo
I Rev. and Mrs. John Edward Carver
, have returned from a two wrecks" vaca
tion In San Francisco.
DRAMA ( 1,1 li.
.Members of the Ogden Drama club
! will meet Saturday afternoon at ' . 3
o'clock at the Knight of Pythias hall.
Mrs George I, owe Abbott and Miss
Dorothy Wright will be the hostesses
for the afternoon.
Miss Claude Roberts is entertaining
a number of her friends this after
noon at her home on Fowler avenue
Mr. and Mrs W. II Harris Will
entertain tomorrow evening at a
dinner to be given at their home on
Washington avenue. This will be the
second of a scries of dinners to be
given by Mr. andrMrs Harris
Mr and Mrs Edward W. Roland,
of Fajardo, I'orto Kicu, are, Isltlnp
at the hume of Mrs. Roland's parents,
Mr. and Mr- W W. Boyle. They are
1 en route to the Pacific coast.
LA F0LLETTE CANDIDATE
WINNER IN WISCONSIN
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 10. Attorney
General J- J Blalni candidal., fr
I governor of Wisconsin on th Repub
lic .m ticket and having endorsement
of Senator It. M. LaFolTettee, and the
non-p-irtlson league, leads Roj P Wll-
,'cox of EauClalrc. his nearest com
petitor In the race for nomination, by
Several thousand votes, according to
returns from Tuesday's primarj In all
I but three sparsely settled ountles
Senator Irvine L. Denroot continues
, in hln lead oer James Thompson of
LaCrosse by more than 23,000 votes.
i Thompson was supported by La Pol -lette.
George Comings for lieutenant gov
ernor and Elmer Hull for secretary of
State, also LaFollette adherents, have
j been nominated.
IWEST SIBERIAN PEASANTS
j ORGANIZE NEW REPUBLIC
HARBIN; Manchuria. Sept. f.
(By Th. Associated Press.) Advices
from West Siberia today announce the
i formation of a peasant republic In
I the AKhal region with t war council
I composed of the military chiefs and
1 three civilian.
HARDING SPEAKS !
TO NEGRO GROUP
: Republican Candidate Says
America Will Not Fail the
American Colored Race
MARIO 0., Sepi 10 i lai l: from
hls th-rei days' trip in the northwest
''during which tie made speeches hi
Indiana, Dllnols, Wisconsin and Mln-
i Harding resumed his
porch schedule today with o
list o eng igemi m i-fore him I hal
promised to qccup! ot his attcn
j Hon for the next three or four weeks
Bev ra i deh gal Ions "i rfjegroo! came
1 1 "iii armu8 parts t tin- . ountry to
.1 ' I., hear th n.mili Ji: cuss publi !
tions of particular Interest to'
1 them. 1
General rohr i Pershing who came
here from Chicago last night on the
Harding I rain, spent 1 be night a I th
senatoi residence and had another
talk with him this morning The gen-
oral said there was nothing political
I in the conferenci however, us u. ex
pected to take ii" part in the ca m -paign.
5PE Ks TO N EGROE8
i lils peei i t" the negro delega
t i ifi. which represented several reiig
lout and other organ iu Uoob. I hi
lomlnec declared I hat ' sen ice w a -
the real measure of citizenship, and
that too much encouragement had
bet i given the idea of a something'
'CitlsohsnTp," he said 'Is not based
upon what one can get. but upon what I
"i give i ill wish that I
could speak through you to all Amer
icans 'let's serve '
"The American negro has the good
sense to know this truth, has the good
sonsi and cleat head md bra e hea ri
tn live It and I proclaim it to all the
world that he has met the test and
did not and will not fall America. 1
proclaim more; America has not any
will not fall the- American rieuro
"America has given ybu her great
in,- ,it Insure. have It and
you shall have It. Il will be good
ami li m i tl 1 ihip I hat w iM at oi I
i to 'you: people l f i ha C-e anyl hing
to do with It there shall also be good
American obedience to law. Brutal
and unlawful violence whether It pr..
ceedl from thos who brak the law
or from those who take the law Into
their own hnds, can only bt deali
with ui one way by true Aim rioans,
'Whether they be of your blood r pi
Pitiful Scenes Prevail as Hav
oc of Italian Disaster
EIVLZZANQ. Italy, Sept. 9. ( By ;
the Assocluted Press.) Survivors of
Tui iday morning's earthOjUake which1
h id the d'nee flourishing town of FW-j
Untano In ruins, arc coming to realize
more and more the extent of the ca-(
lamlty and they seem stupefied with!
the horror of tho disaster.
The work of rescuf went on all last,
nlirht and doctors, sanitary assistants,!
s.iilors from the Italian dreadnaught, ,
C.ivour, students, nurses and volun-,
tcrs wore themselves out in their ef-.
forts to bring comfort to as many suf-
I ferers as possible. Motor lorries arc.
I'.-eglnnlng to arrive regularly, bringing;
cooked food and tools for the men
Icngaged in the work of excavation.!
Portable ovens are hi Ing set up. sincoj
there is baldly d house standing In,
As In former earthquakes some f.mi-:
Hies have been rescued almost without
Injury fromi the ruins of their homes,!
while In otlur cases every Inmate of,
Shattered dwellings was killed. One1
In tie girl whom nobody recognizes1
wanders about the town with her frock,
torn and tears running down her be
grimed face, asking pltoousl for
I "mamma mla." Her family was prob-1
Icbly wiped out.
GIRL DRESSES IN !
BOY S CLOTHES AND
GLOUCESTER. Mass., Sept 10.
Miss Louisa Pletchter l" years
old. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stoughton A Fletcher of Indian
apolis. wa. sought by the police
today The girl, who had been In
the eare of a governess at tho
family home at Grapevine Cove,
in the absence of her parents,
A fisherman said he had seen
a- oung woman cut off her hair
and change her clothing, apparently-
putting on a pair of overalls.
Others on the waterfront re
ported that they saw .-some one In
overalls with a pair of oars go
ing over the rocks near a point
fmni which a row boat disap
, PUPILS ON 'STRIKE'
ST. LOUIS, Sept 10 Eighty
pupils In the printing class at
Central High school went on
"strike'' today because a non
union man was appointed In
structor, a position formerly held
by a union printer. The board
of education . recently ruled that
no no connected with organized
labor would be employed In the
Real Quality Meats
Don't be misled in the quality of our meats just because
the price is cheap. Try a roast or steak Saturday from
any of our markets and you will be one of our army
of satisfied customers.
25c Weiners, 2 pounds 35c
40c Prime Rolled Rib Roast, pound 25c
40c Sirloin Beef Roast, pound 22c
35c Round Steak, pound 22c
ur Regular Prices
25c Standing; Rib Roast, pound .20c
40c Rolled Rib Roast, pound 30c
25c Rump Roast, pound 20c I
20c Pot Roast, pound 15c 1
25c Pot Roast, pound 18c Bj
30c Heel Boil, pound 20c B
40c Sirloin Steak, pound 27c I
45c T Bonc Steak, pound 32c
35c Round Steak, pound 27c H
25c Shoulder Steak, pound. 20c I
45c. Loin Pork Chops, pound 35c I
40c Loin Pork Roast, pound . 33c I
35c Shoulder Pork Roast, pound 30c
40c Shoulder Pork Steak, pound 32c I
10c Shoulder Pork Bones, pound 5c I
40c Spring Legs of Lamb, pound . 28c M
45c Spring Loin Lamb Chop?, pond 28.: B
35c Spring- Shoulder Lamb Chops, pound 25c I
25c Spring Lamb Stew, pound 121:c I
20c Brains, pound 10c 9
25c Hamburger, pound 20c I
550 Link Sausage, pound 25c -j
Shop early and you will be sure and get the cuts of meat you j
SERVES 5 YEARS,
JAILED AGAIN AS
HE LEAVES PRISON
LEAVENWORTH. Kan.. Sept.
10. James Donovan, who was re
leased from the federal prison
here today after sorvtnK a flve
yenr sentence, on conviction of
robbing :i pniuofficc In Cocur
d'Alene, Idaho, was arrested at
the prison gate by Sheriff John
Nolan, of Brookings. S- D.. on a
chnrge of bank robberv
LUIS SALAZAR NAMED
AS GOVERNOR ON LINE
MEXIPALI Lower Cal.. Sept. 10.
Luis M SSvlezer has been appointed
permanent governor of the northern
district of Lower California, accord
ing to announcement here today by
Senor J. S. Alvreda the new state
treasurer Senor Alvreda said notice
of appointment came by wireless last
niht from Provisional President do
la Huerta at Mexico City,
" LATE SPORTS
CHICAGO. Sept. 10. President
Rickey of the American association to-
J - i ompleted arrangements for a post
season series of games bovveen the St
Paul club, American association cham
pions and the flag winning club of
the International league, which prob
ably will be either Baltimore or Tor
onto. The series will open In the Inter
national league October 5 and after
four games have been plaved the Olubs
will return to St Paul for the final
contests. The- winner must take five
oi nine games
The series. President Hickey ?aid,
will be for the minor league cham
pionship of the country.
PHIL DELPHI A; fpi 10. The
police department f Philadelphia to
il. I) announced that Harrv Wills and
Sam McVev. the heavyweight pugilists
have been barred from again appear
ing in local boxing bouts for alleged
OTTAWA. Sept. 10. The Seniors
Oolf association of the United States !
jtodav won for another year the Duke
of Devonshire's cup in annual tourna
Iment with tho seniors of Canada here
I 'I he st ore -vas 2U to 13. the Americans
taking games and the Canadians 7.
! I me was halved.
The Canadians got away to a good
start in the rain this morning, but a I
strong finish won the matrh for the!
HARTFORD, Conn.. Sept. 10. Tho i
four races on the closing card of the
r KEEPING WELL MEANS
v J A CONSTANT FIGHT
f" AGAINST CATARRH j
Many d Is cava may bo described ai a catarrhal condition. Cousin, colda. njual 1
catarrh, stomach and bowel disordara are just a few of tho very common ills duo to B
Pizht Itl Fight catarrh with a remedy of o-wred merit, a remedy which has a fl
repuUUoo tor usefulness extending over hall a conlury
I grand circuit meet for today were can
celled because of rain ami the work
j of shipping the horses to Syracuse.
I N V.. where they will race next week,
was begun. ,
BOSTON. Sept. 10. Cincinnati
Boston game postponed; rain.
ROSLYN. N Y. Sept 10 Francis
1 Oulmet. of Boston, todav eliminated
Bobby Jones of Atlanta. In the semi
! finals of the national amateur golf
tournament, 6 jo . Tomorrow Oul
met w ill play Cplck Evunj, i,f Chicago
for the championship
! ! LEMON JUICE
: j FOR FRECKLES j
j Girls! Make beauty lotion Tor
'. a few cents Try It1 '
Squeeze the Juice of two lemons iutt
a bottle containing three ounces oi
orchard white, shake well. hLiu 0u
have a quarter pint of the best freckio
end tan lotion, and complexion beaut
Tier, at very, wr small co3t
Your grocer nas the lemons and anv
drug store or toilet counter will sup
ply three ounces of orchard white for
a few centf Massage this swectlv
Iragrant lotion Into the face, neck
arms and hands each day and see how
freckles and blemishes dla ippear an i
how clear, soft and rosy white the
skin becomes. Yes' It i. harmless and
never Irritates Advertisement.
; Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cents buys Dandenr.e. After i
an application o: Danderine you can
Rat find a fallen hair or any dandruff
besides every hair shows new hfe. I
t Igor, brlgh'nesr, more color and!
After you eat always use
(FOQ YOUR STOMACH'S SAKE 3
one or two tablets eat like candy.
Instantly relieveslleartburn, Bloated
Gassy Fcebng". Stops indigestion,
food souring, repeating, headacheanu
the many miseries caused by
EATONIC is the bestremedy.it takes !
the harmful acids and gases right oat
of the body and, of course, you get
well. Tens of thousands wonderfully
be- fited. Guaranteed to satisfy or
money refunded by your own drug
gut. Cost a trifle. . Please try itl J
fJRANCIS WEI RATH, foreman JP :
at Goodrich Rubber Co., Akron, H
Ohio, who declares he has improved
60 since taking Tanlac that no one
; would ever take him te be the same
man. Says he gained fourteen
"To look at rur today no on" would j
ever take me to be l ho same person H
I was before I began to take Tanlac. ihHI
jit has simply done wonders for me, IssWro
;ind 1 want everybody lo know about
this medicine." said Francis Weirath,
foreman of a large department of the B11
j Goodrich Rubber Company plant at
j Akron, Ohio. Mr. Weirath resides at MSilV'I
1210 West State street .that city. jlli
"1 was In an awfully bad slate of
i health for fourteen years, and during Ififl li
Lhe past ten years I got to the point IIhIM;
where life was a burden 1 suffered Wlfc
I terribly with indigestion and dyspep-
3ia. I never had any appetite, and all - $tF
1 1 could eat for breakfast was a soft flHRnl
I boiled egg and a little milk. I wotiVd V
get so nervous and miserable that j
I many a night I never slept a wink. iltt&l!
i .'i u d when nothing would brin? me any i
relief I had just about come to the. con- ltWiil;f
elusion that my ease was hopeless. fllslra!
I li-i.-en't taken but three bottles of
I Tanlrtc. but I feel better than I have rcllllr
felt for twelve years I've gained four-
Keen pounds in weight, and am getting nil&ciij
heavier and stronger every day. 1 SHE)
jn.'ver have indigestion any more, my
I appetite Is splendid, and 1 eat just any- Wfffli j
hing and everything I want I sleep iwlll :
i -ound every night, and all that tired,
j vorn out feeling is gone. In fact, I am ij' rjl
! i well man in every way. LiiH
"The men at the plant all tell me I P
lam looking fine these days and get- gffijjP'
ting fat. They all want to know what vP'
I am doing to myself, and fis always
a pleasure for me to tell them about tHim ' !
Tanlac Is rold In Ogden by A. R. jfRr'af1
Siolntre Drug Co Two busy stores. TIiw'f
Adyertlsemi nt Kffi
"California S)Tiip cf Fin I
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "Calltorola" Syrup of t ign 1
only look fcr the name California on
the package, then you pre sure jour I
child Is having the best and most 1 1
bannless physic for the little stoinacn, M
liver and bowels Children love its
fruity taste. Full directions on eacn
bottle. You must say 'California.'
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Bayer Tablets or Aspirin" is genu
Ino Aspirin proved safe by millions and
prescribed by physicians for over 20
years. Accept only an unbroken "Bay
er packago" which contains proper dl
rections to relieve Headache, Tooth
ache. Earache, Neuralgia. Rheumatism,
Colds and Pain. Handy tin boxes of
12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists
also sell larger "Bayer packages." As
pirin is trade mark Bayer Manufacture
Monoaceticacidester of Sallcyllcacid
I Ki'if 0ID5 I
(Tsblots or Granules)
I E2L INDIGESTION
Talc, dr, on tongue or
vvith hot or cold water.
I QUICK RELIEF!
I Mce, 25-g0-75
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