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8 THE OGDEN S TANDARD-EXAMIINEK SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
Our custom-tailored clothes H
are excellent In workmanship,
expert In designing, superb in
tailoring and made of the
finest of woolens and the
prices are very reasonable.
You will pay about as much
for an ordinary ready to wear
Suit or Overcoat and won't
get half the satisfaction out of
your clothes. Ours are made
to your person and personal
R. M. HOGGAN
2477 Hudson Avenue
Harding Says Porto Ricans
1 Should See Blessings of
SAX JfAN. Porto RJCO, Oct. 9.
Senator Warren ;. Harding. Republl
i jn nominee for president of th- I'nit-,
ed States, has seent :i letter to R. II
Todd, Republican national committee-
man for I'nrto Rico. ;TiMnq Id nr-w ;
on tho subject of Porto Rica II inde-j
The letter glVCB out here, bears the
date of Marion, hlo. September 20,
lust, and was a reply to a retuesi irorn
HHm Mr- Todd for an expression of Bena-
JHl tor Harding's opinion on Porto Rican
SHORT SIGHTED POLICY.
My Dear Mr. Todd
HHl 'Thank you for writing me as you
HBl did on September eighth.
HHl "There ha been more thin one In-,
HHl stance of the demand for Independent
HHl of certain sections of our terrltor)
HHl J-iistory has shown I early enough thai
HHJ these demands were founded on short-'
HBb tlghted policy and thai if automonj
HHb lad been obtained the result would'
HBl nave been the loss of those great ben-!
HHl efit.M of protection, freedom, equalltj
of opportunity and prosperitj whli . '
HHl America bos slwaya brought to her.
J component pari s. if then is a mlnor-
I Ity opinion In Porto Rico for lndepend- !
HHJ ence, represented in a politlcnl parly,:
HBJ 1 believe that it will not flourish lone1
HHh because the wisdom of your people Ifl
too sound to even consider casting
HHh i aside the ultimate welfare which flows j
HHfl from such a unity with the American i
HBb "In all cases known this unity and
HHl loyalty is based upon the good sense.
HHl of men and women, watchful against!
demagogue!. aimed it gaining ':n-;
trammeled political power under so
called 'independence.' Often wh n In
HHl various corners of the world. lndepend- 1
HHl ence has been gained, it has resulted i
in exploitation of th.- poor m i h.io-
i in bankrupt' v and misfortune broui 1
HHa on by tbe very same forces which led!
j the demand for autonomy.
"I believe in the loyalty of the peo-'
, pie of Porto Rico to th United Si iti
and in the loyaltj "f the United stut. s
j to the people of Porto Rico.
(Signed) WARREN G. HARDING.
I DENOUNCES SLAYING OF
HORSES IN BULL RING
MADRID, Oct. 16. The practice of
riding horses into the bull-ring io be
mutilated and tortured by maddened
hulls without a chance of escape or op
portunity to avoid attack i il'-nnimc. d
by Ramon Gobez. d.- K STn.i in I-i
Tribuna The wilier aignes that the
horse suffers agony from the lime he
enters the ring blindfolded for he !
scents lhe bull which he cannot see
and trembles and perspir..-, .iih fear, i
enor de la Serna remarks that '
such a method of putting a horse tol
death is unworthy of human dignity
P i self-esteem He declares some;
I nil-fighters feel that such cruelty is!
unnecessary and one of them, MlnutO, I
even Invented armored protection for
the plcarods' horses, although thi;
proved futile, as the infuriated bull
always found a weak spot In the cul-j
The author concludes that the
Itiisrue of nations would have done
u,.i to h.ie taken the mattei ii
H accept no other
There are several kinds of
milk but there's only one
Demand it always it's better.
1 Have us bring it to your door
I PHONE 1236
I Kleenmilk Dairy
I SMITH BROS., Props
j 633 Thirty-first St. Ogden
Efforts to Oppose Trend Are I
Sure to Fail, Says
By .TOHX W. UUJj,
Financial Editor, iron Trade Review
Th- tide df wholesome reaction from'
the artificial prices and over-stlmu-
luted activity la spreading. its pro-j
gress Is ulth'd by enormous crops. ln-i
creasing production, expanding Im-i
ports and diminished demand for
goods due to tlghl money, and expec
tation of lower prices. As deflation
proceeds, commodity prices will come
within arm's reach, credit will be re
leased, money will be cheaper and ac
tlvitj Will i vive Efforts to oppose
the prevailing trend will fail.
FORESIGHT o RESERVE BOARD
Thanks to the foresight of the federal
reserve system, which began to put
the brakes on speculation In the
United Mates a year ago, there is
nothintr alarming In the situation here.
In Japan the riot of speculation in Bilk
bruiiichi a collapse Inst spring. Now
reports come of a similar financial dis
turbance In Cuba, the outgrowth of I
sugar's spectacular rise and conse- j
K UIJIOAD TH LFFTC
Middle Western railroads tCStif' to
tin slackening In industry. They re-j
po ri a laninK oil in iraiiic oi iimu
10 to 20 per cent. As a result up
warda of 25.000 maintenance and ways
and shop employes have been laid off
i i vrii. i. STl i nu
I'rice eedii'tion and large sales
fori ' .-, in lhe fo ld h.wc failed to stim
ulate big-scale buying at eastern b -I
tile mills BOmC plants are running
half time and others have closed down
for short periods. Textile prices, in
many instances, are still 100 per cent
or more abov pi -war levels, owing
to persistent dullness, however, quota
tions are seeking a level which will
A i Lowell, Mass.. 3,o00 employes J
a large hosiery mill offered to accept
a 15 per eent wage reduction to keep
the foctOT "inj, Ljck of orders,
however, for. ed a shut down.
n the whole wages are not be
ing reduced material!) 'vo employ
ers, but wHKe costs uro being cut
by Increased efficiency.
RJ rtJRS I PRE-W Ml DOLLAR
The economic drama now being en
acted might be entiled "The Return of
th" 're-War I Millar" lovernnient
experts have figured that the doll.u
Is now worth Oo cents. It ptOOd ,i
.".." eents a few mor.ths ago This is
a gain of 18 cents, it means the au
tomatic raising of wages and a larger
market basket, when raw material arid
wholesale price receptions arc passed
on to the ultimate consumer
51 I I ! RS Rl svi
The dollar's come-back is meeting
with stubborh resistance on the part
id produe. -, .nid sellers In th,- ln-
dusi lal .filter- powerful business In-
rests WOUld Check the decline if pos
Blbh and avoid lossec through shrink
ing inventories. In lhe agricultural
districts wheat growers .ire being urged
to hold out lor wheat "lht rld
In the south ir burning the cotton
of growers who refuse to aerse to hold
their crop for 40 cents a pound.
PRICE PA1 L LOGJCAL
Wheat prices are falling because of
a world crop ample ioi all needs, with
probable competition In selling. The
total of all can l! ieidc tins year ia
the largest on record wlrn -'n. - . p
tlon Tlie corn crop Is unrivaled. !
bundanl .Tops in pea. e times always
I OTTON l l g
Cotton quotations have fallen from
11 cents to nearly twenty cents a
pound because of the la ise supply and
diminished consumption here and
abroad. With the hold-over supply and
the H'jii crop, a total of 16,82 912
bales will ba available this year,
against consumption and export "i
American eotion last year ..i 13,031 -
With wool it la the same story on
August 1 there were 700.000.0uo
pounds of wool In the United Stati
With one or twp exceptions this Is the
larger amount than was ever .on
BUmed In this country. The rest of the
world has two years' supply of wool
in storage, it is estimated
In September. 90.000 immigrants
flO( ked to American shores. About 50
per cent came from Italy. .Many of
thorn are unskilled laborers, a large
majority of them are women.
Cotton Men Call President to
Remove Secretary of
ATLANTA. Ga., Oct. 1C Resolu
tions calling on President Wilson to re.
move Secretary of the Treasury Ilous
ton from "fiice because of his 'per
sistently unfriendly attitude toward
I agriculture" were adorned tnH , .
thi annual meeting of the Georgia'
division of the American Cotton aast).
The resolution, which was adopted I
tftei ' half hour's dlscusalon. makes
the following complaint against BeC"
That he started the raid on coll on
m September, 1318, with an interview
declaring that 36 cents a pound was al
fair price for cotton, when it was sell-l
" : " i hut ins v, en
known onfrlendlj attitude towards the
agricultural interests while he was soc-r.-lar
of tgrlctllture caused lhe farm
ers of the counlry to object strenu
ously to his uppointment as secretary
of the- treasury, but these objections
were disregarded by President Wilson,
thai since his appointment as head of
(he treasury department, he has con
tinued hks unfriendly attitude toward
agriculture by Issuing statements and
propaganda ,o persiatenlv and effec
tively that the price of cotton and
oiher agricultural products has de-
lined below the cost of production
thereby causinn the loss of minion
of dollars to the farmers of the United
' states,' "
YANKEES PLAN ZEPPELIN
ROUTE OVER ATLANTIC
GENEVA. Switzerland, Oct 1C Re
port toda from Frledrlechshafen..
Wurttemburg, state negotiations be
tween a newly organized American
syndicate and a company of former
Zeppelin officials have almost been
completed lor a trans-Atlantic airship
I'vi-Nice and a 'r:m- imrli in service
Kepresentutlves of the American con
cer lire said to be In rriedrieschshaf
cn flow, 1
ft L. 1
The sale you have been asking about. Pay us the regular price for one article on sale and
we will sell you another of the same kind for one cent. This price does not include war tax.
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sgm, Ftexall Beef, Iron lSP ARBUTUS fflk& vale
ljl&r logical t( ini to ward ol thi r c m Complexion JAM
5 I ..".II pT bottle, fX-l M .1 null. .
SYTA FACE o (or tOl.Ji UP63ITI I I W
POWDER ACT DUDE IV I v9 1 U S jam: I
MorlnlN Our best vanishing cream, made I ,
Ahighgradeimporie.il p,,v ft''"" lCn J
rler: Blanche, N;,i urell- T A D I PTC . r jjjfgfrtov. . DC f J,
RachH Rexall Vecetable TABLETS ,f - J M
r-i rexaii oectaoie Hadley'a Vunishins (num. 35c; ballard. 7
'WO for JIC , tWO for . 3Gf vai c k i i u.r I
COITipOUnd They are the genuine article, nuar VALE A delightful
nntccd pure, and to contain five Violet Dulce Cbld Cream, 50( BLACK combination;
SYTA ROUGE puanint.-cl r. med for all fe- grainj of real aspirin. In boxes of two for 5l BERRY 15 ounce can L
ma-l disorders; 1.25 ( -1 f)r one dozen. 15c a box two f0r 10c r, , nr- ,
' "" C , pei bottle; two or $I.ZD eotties of ico 85c two for see Cocoa nl,,r Cold Cream, fiOc, GRAPE One for 50c;
tw tor . . Jit. tWO for JAM 2 for . 51r 1
v J ) . ) 13
tooth soaps ,Jk stationery tq'let 1 j
BRIJSHIFS K' '" M' Diatinetiva irithstandlng the high price ARTICLES
I m I I ,111 ,,:,r up M.i.i- -Km. mild ''fc&Sk of paper, wc arc able to offer
, , OCn . yo ih'-se wonderful alu. -i K .all Cream of Almonds, 35c; I
" grade h abarjtwofoi . Z0C - ' i -"inmn two for 3er I &
brushee assorted Btyles, ri -,.r ,J i . U(
'" two lor JlC Jpffiu " 5ic f r.U lile Linen, one box, 75c; Harmony Rollini: Massage
ii nnn Tn oiiiwnrin A i:.....,.,.! c, two boxes 76c 1 im, 60c, two for . 61
mam XLEi 0 TAR SHAMPQQ n ,v - I
fV A E S MAntu i nil uiirimi uu ' . . i . ' Linen, pound paper, 65 Harmon Liquid Shampoo, 50O;
i t i i $IOi per pound; two for GGc two for 5ir
RRl W uUAl iX-V'v,' 'A'; rp'-i !,,',," V., , , --ade Envelopes, pack R11 lasol Hand and Face I
B W I B l S Wmt4 26c I-" ion, 5oc, two fur . . . fC1 0
Cleanses the scalp, kills dan- - 1 JU
good brisUea. man nr draft; 25c a barj o . '' . . ' P" I . . i.- two
75c; two for 1 0C two foi . . . Lvt '4hi "' j i6c 15c; two for ldc for 51c
v J I ft
TOILET ARTICLES. good things I HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
OllUlinirO '5 TO Rexsll Universal Clean.er, 25c; two for 26c I
9INIinBias iw EfiafflBBSy J,1ynei' A,k3scp,ic- r
UVllUllilbV Z:kS rVBBHHKyj Rexall Carbolic Salve, 25c; two for
OOCO.if A If Jaynes' Catarrhal Cream, 25c; two for 26c
Alma Z;.da Face Powder. 50c; two for Sir S'VJ lJaW J3ynei' Ec:errj Ointment, 50c; two for Sic
Rexall Peafl Tooth Powder. 25c; two for .... 26r "" Jayncs' Eucl01 Spr' wlth atomlwr, S1.25; two f0r. $1.26
Jergen's Miss Dalnt Talcum. 25c: two for . . . 26r mSg Riker s Eylo, for the eyes, 50c; two for Sic
3a md sulphur Hair Tonic 50 two for . . . Sir Symonds inn Cocoa, ball pound tins 36i two lo 3(5r R,kcr's Ml,k of Manesla- 500 two for sic fj
Riker-B Perozone Cream. 30c, two for 31c IfFiS? " C!,C,COlale ha,f p0Und "olSi R'kers Ncuro1 Ba,m 50c: two for 51c MB
Rexall Vlolel Talcum, large 85c; two for . 36V 0pc .' Pea, green or hi.,, k'. BScTtwo ror R'kura Throat Tab'et5' J5c: two for 36c
Nip-pies 5c; two for 6r Vanilla Extract, !5o; two ror ' .' 4Hc Ca$cara Tab,cts- 100 two for le
r j i it Comi ad 25. two for 2r Lemon Extract, 40c; two for 41 r Jayn"' p"e olntment- two for Bie
Javnes' Disinfectant. 60c; two for (Jlr Ballardvalo linporied olive oil. two for 51 Rlker'i cold and enppe Pi..., 25c; two for 26c
liouillon t iitie .,jc; two for 3or r
is . )
flH' -BBBBSW BBBBBBBSW. SSBis Maximum Hot Water Bof- in
7SsSl Xs BM Ouaranteed; two quart
PrJ".vvtsiS sal., water bottle, standard price 1 !
VJe 2 for 26c The Rexall Store vp Hc-
same goods, same price, same
OKLAHOMA. MINE OWNERS I
WON'T REOPEN WAGE MEET
OKLAHOMA CITY. OklS., Oct. 16
The Oklahoma Coal Operators' as-.si-.clation
today declined to reopen the
wage cule discussion President Do-I
rlet Carter in a letter to John i
klnson: union president of district No.
J. declared the miners had hrokon
then contract b koIiir on strike,
.intin o 'VACATION". "
MUSKOGEE, Okla . t ict 1G. John
IP, Wilkinson, minors' union district j
president, in a second appeal to :i 000
i kiahoma miners -n i "vacation" to
d .v annoum sd h would tour th, si it
and disclose " who has betrayed their
I confidence and attempted Utterly to
'ruin our organization '' Earlier It was
announced u district conference would
I be held Monday to discuss tho wuge
SIDE LINE SALESMEN
Men who wish to make from
$100 to .".00 monthly in addi
tion to present earnings without
interfering with position now
held Agreeable work perma
nent. Position is with larr'c in
vestment banking concern
JACOBS & JACOBS
20 E. Jackson Blvd , Chicago
VENEZUELA AND JAPAN
SEEK CLOSER RELATIONS
(By International .Mews Service )
TOKIO, Oct 16. Diplomatic rela-
tlons between the Republic of Venex-I
uela and the Empire of Japan m.i be
established In the vers near future, if I
the mission of H. Perez Dupujr, envoy
extruordln.iry from Venesuela to To-'
klo is successful Mr, Dupuy has, for
teveral days past, been negotiating;!
with the Japanese foreign office to
licit i nd and feels sure of the ulti
mate success of his mission.
"Venezuela seeks more customers
for her proi'.n. I " said Mr. Dupuy 1 1 r '
bankers and business men realize that!
more customers will make sounder
business, Her products, iron, gold.,
copper, tobacco, long fiber cotton, su-!
gar. cocoa, coffee, oil and frozen meats
will doubtless some of them be saleablo
In Japan and In return Venesuela can
buy rice, wheat toys, porcelains and!
other Roods from this country "
The newlj subsidized, steamship
lines which Japan is today promoting
to improve and encourage Japanese
shipping probably will call at La Gua
via, the principal seaport of Venesuela.
CONDEMNED SLAYER, 17,
SAVED BY GOVERNOR
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Oct. 16. The'
sentence of death Imposed upon Koy
Wolff, nice. I 17 lor murder of Elmer
Oreer, in Kern county, was commuted
today by Governor Stephens to uro im
prlsonment. Wolff would hao hanged
RECEIVER IS ASKED FOR
FARMERS' CO-OP CO.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Oct 3 6. Ap
plication for the appointment of a re
ceiver for the American Cooperative
association whose headquarters are in
Milwaukee was made today by the
Jung Shoe company, a director It is
claimed the association's liabilities are
$400,000. The assets are said to be,
between f vim On, i and J'JOO.ooo
The application is expected to come
up in circuit court on Tuesday
There are between 14.000 and 15.
000 stockholders, mostly farmers- The
assOi I iilon has 78 brunches including
about 45 in Wisconsin, the remainder
being located in Kentucky Wyoming,
Nebraska and youth Dakota
The Jung Shoe company is a Sho
(Successors to Dee-Neute-
boom Printing Co.)
2370 Washington Avenue
Above Minnoch Paint Co.
OHIO LABOR REFUSES
TO PLEDGE COX AID
XEW YORK. Oct 16. The Republi
can national committee gave out a
statement icceived here from its Col
umbus, Ohio, representative regarding
nctlon taken by the Ohio State Federa
tion of Labor, at its session in Dayton,
I this week, on a resolution calling for
i the endorsement of Governor Cox for
The statement, in explaining that
! Governor Cox had been endorsed, de
clared that he had been "repudiated
by organized labor in his own slate,"
when the convention killed a resolu
tion to put the federation on record
as being wholly In accord with his as-j
l-uruiions i:r ine ii -3iutnc j
A second resolution proposing to put
the convention on record as endorsing
the stand of the American Federation
of Ixibor fox Cox, the statement said,
was likewise defealaed and a substi
tute recommending that worklngmen
exercLsc their independent judgement
in this campaign
GEN. DIAZ, IN HAVANA,
j COMING TO NEW ORLEANS
HAVANA. Oct. 16 General Felix
IDIilz, Mexican rebel leader, recently
exiled from Mexico, arrived here yes
jtcrday on the French liner Flandre- He
(was accompanied by Ideut. Col. Cortiz.
sent to this city with Ida, by the Mex
Dluz expects to Join his family inj
Sow Orleans if h can arrange for.
POSTAL EMPLOYE MAY
BE MADE POSTMASTERS
WASHINGTON, Oct. IS Provision
for filling postmastershlps In first "V
second and third class offices through kfl
promotion is made In an executive- or- j
der ar.noun . d today by the civil sorv- aV
ice commission. iasr'j
The postofflce department. under BBBfc
Hi. ord.r. will be permitted io make a
nomination for u vacancy from avail
able employes and if the nominee r JBl M
insets with the minimum requirement'- 1
prescribed for the office his name will H
be submitted to the president for np- ssswiJ
pointment Previous orders provided
no preference for postal service em- H
ployes over other persons. H-
Says Chemist Is Public
"Being a doctor, and suffering for I
many years with stomach trouble, I
feel I cannot do Justice to so groat 1 1
0 public benefactor in writing Mayr's .
Wonderful Remedy is everything you
have claimed for it. I can now eat
and relish victuals I have not dared
t in many ears Am feeling lik
newly born " It is a simple, harmles.
preparation that removes the cntar I
rhal mucus from the intestinal tract I
and allays the inflammation which Hi '
causes practically all stomach liver
and intestinal ailments including ap- ' '
i" Ileitis One dose will com inc.- or BaW
money refunded. i B
Mclntyre Drug Co.. and druggist v Hi
everj w here AdvortisemenU HI