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Wm WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 27. 192C. I UlMtM yi AfNDAKD-EXAMINER q
RESUME WORK
I ON HARVESTING
Conditions Improve in North
Ogden Farming
District
NmKTH OCDKN, Oct. 27 Aftr a
H tie-up of two fks in the urr beet
HI ir.,j r.ihi r hnrvr-irt oppf-atlona. due to
HHV ih- ronilnul mill and innw, work on
J tho rropw ha hfrn resumed In the
H North ofdn dUtri i
HI tnir ( v du at Hreston. Ida., with
Jf
fl wife u aon wu recently bom The
H motli.r wa.M formerly Mlaa Hulda
H l,jnd:ited of Salt Jjikf. and a former
H achool ti-arher at North Ofden
H John Q Hloylork lie been hown
HH hail of religion elaa Murk In the Or-
H den stake, after eerving in Septem-
Hfl lr tilt. In the slake aupeiintend-
HH ency of Fundav school f the atakv
i. Mrs Barah Rojrlanc widow of Hjr-
j met hi returned rrora
HS nded visit with number of her
HH children ui Bancroft and Bprfcy, Ida-
H Arr.infment arc bring completed !
HH fOI Temple ruralon to Halt lake
HH MoT ember 1,1 connection with other
Aa irda of the ijden stake ICight ex-
JHfl OOfOloni have rcon made thi- enr,
ajH three to Ixgan and five to Salt Lake,
IlA will, .in average of 59 attending from
IH thla Kuril
MH Charlca leroy Orton. aon of Charles;
HHj I and Blna May t'huBg Ofton who
HHl sustained aevere Injurlesi in a recent i
HH accident In ticden. la Improving
A If ' abel Montgomery who re-'
HFI OOBtly sustained some Injuries In a fall1
H In her door yard and w,u temporarily!
Bl OOnflqod to he? bed. is now convaleac-
Mum Myrtle Hlaylock and brother,
Jm on the
mid night train for San Francisco
And will make their future home in
HHS Bemtiel Shaw In planning modern I
HJHg residence on his property fronting on I
HH Washington avenue. .1
HH Mm. i Montgom-r rocontly made u
Sa buninc trip to Klku, Nevada.
oo
B Dorothy gisu now
I IS J LITTLE GREY
HOME II THE EAST
Picture Star Is Great "Home
body"' Coining Here in
Latest Comedy
HH The greatest "home-body" In the
HJ fl'm world Is lively little- Dorothy GisV
Sa She has lived all her life wlt'i liar
H mother and her older and famous1
HBa lister, Lillian, und simply will not
HH itand being ee pa rated from them.
Sa They Irled going it upart in 10 17. Mr.
HH Olah and Lillian went abroad and
S Dorothy staved behind But. on the
S next boat. Dorothy came tumbling
HH after Then, some time later. Dorothy
HHJ fornla 'o make a series of "pergonal
HBa appearHnree " The further east the
H train speeded, ih1 mnro homc-i'ck
kkF she became. She spent just two days
fl in New York. I hen took the fastest
HHJ train she could find hcided VaaL
An soon as It was settled lha the
HH dishes were to make their abode par-
tnanently In the fast, they .-iricd
MjBH looking for a house neai the Griffith
HH studio at Mumoronei k. about twenty
BJ miles out of New York. A large old-
HH fashioned country home, with gruv-
HH eled drives, roea hedges, and flower
HH bds. was selected So Dorothy, who
Hfle had faid being transplanted from
B York with fear a nd
trembling, is very happy now. lkr
B lively spirits are reflected in her n. w
BJ Paramount picture. "Little Miss Re-
Bj beilion," which will be the attraction
BBJ H! the Alhambra theatre today
h tomorrow.
VETERAN MAGAZINE MAN
ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT
T NEW YORK. Oct 27. Robert H.
BH DavlK, nuigazine editor and writer who
BH baa been connected with the Prank a.
BH Munsey company for eighteen year
tL announced Tueada bli r. tirement
i from the organization
BBj Me will devote hl.s time, he said, to
BB h.mrillnK the work ol a group of mag-
V nzlne, book, st-iire anil screen conlrlbu-
& ;
I IF KIDNEYS AND
I BLADDER BOTHER
Take Salts and Flush Kidneys
And Neutralize Irri
tating Acids
Kidney nnd Bladder weakness result
from uric acid, says a noted authority, j
The kidneys filler ihis acid from trie!
blood and pass it onto the bladder.
B ul.ete often remains to irritate and'
lriume. causing a burning, scalding
sensation, or lettlni up an irritation i
at the neck of tho bladder, obliging
B you to seek relief two 01 I brec
NH. durlai the night The pafferer ii m
P i (.instant dread, the water passes some
B times with a scalding sensation and i
BBS is very profuse; agnln, there is dlffi '
cutty in avoiding It,
B Bladder weakness, most folks call J i
It, because they can't control urina !
B tion. Wklle is xtremelv annoying'
and Ipmetlmeg very painful, this Is
BB really one of the ino-t .simple ailments
to overcome Get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from your pharmacist and!
iak i tables DOonlul in a glass of
wa'er before breakfast, continue this
for two or three U This will neu-1
trmliae the acids lii the urine so it i
n lougrr is a source of irritation to1
H i he bladder and urinary organs which ,
H then act nomiall) again.
1 Jad Salts li inezpeniive, harmless, '
A and is made from Die acid of graphs
1 Hnd lemon Juice, combined with llthia. j
i d used b thousands of folks who!
are subject to urman disorders caused I
by uric acid irritation. Jad Salts Is I
splendid for kidneys and causes no
bad effects whatever.
1 Here you have a pleasant, efferves-
B i cut hthla-water drink, whirh qub kh
relle1! m Msddt r 1 rouble id i i
uBB meni. 1
IB. B.T. CHIEF
' TALKS IN DODEN
F. J. Speckmyer, Deputy
President, Addresses
Local Lodge
"Of the 30.00 switchmen, who were
expelled from the Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen as a direct resur
of the outlawed strike. 1&."00 hae re
turned to the fold and promised to be
good.' ald V. J Speckmyer. deputy
president of the Brotherhood of Rail-
ro.l Trainmen, who addressed mem
b r- of the lcnal lodge last night In)
the Kaglea' hall.
Mr Speckmyer who lles in Oakland
i- i iking u tour of Trainmen lodges
I In his district. With him last night .1.1
I Ci Davis, general chairman of the(
OraOB Short IJne and of thi gden
Union Railway Depot company.
The -eputy president urged the
trainmen to take more Interest In vot
ing and to make a study of the ballot!
before casting their votes. He com -Prd
th- growth of ihe tr.unmen or
ganization with oth-r railroad lodge
inl said that the trainmen ure grow
ing at the rate of 250 new members
monthly.
The -oent membership is about
20" h said, an lnT-;,v. ,,( .nrm
sipi . the outlawed strike of the
switchmen.
LJo io July the order has paid $Oj,-
56C.74 7.3 for death and disability of
members. It was reportej at the meet-j
lug Benefits paid for members who ,
hf died of causes directly traceable
to Influenza amounted to $2,141,40"
The order has Invested m municipal
bonds to the extant ot 5,0f l.f IF.SSi
It WU atld, and $20.t( has been in
ested in i gden eltj w.iterwork"
bends Cash on hand to the credit of J
the r,rdfr at th. i !o.-.- ot lurn- .iinount
ed to $5.81.223.33. the report stated.
Anita Stewart Plays
Af Ornhpnm Tnniah,
The most dazzling assortment rf
Jewels and gown: ever worn by Anila
Btewarl Will be seen In her latent
; First National picture. 'Harriet and
the Piper.' at the Urpheum theatre
for ihe last time today In one scene
she appears ;;s a "irjueen ol tire-'n
iWich illuge." wearing a bizarre
princesK rostume, heavily larlen with
gems and beads, nnd displaying B
btilliani featured lo-aildress. The
(set tings, which are true reprodUC-
'tlons of Greenwich Village studios,
were arrnped by Director Bertram
Bracken, who made a special trip to
I Now York's famous Bohemian quarter
i io ,'ci atmosphere foi the production.
REPUBLICANS PREDICT
MIDDLE WEST VICTORIES
CHIC AG Oi Qet. -7 The political
situation In ih- middle u.-m 'now set
tled into ita final form. ' IndlMtea He
publican majorities so enormous that
one hesitates even tO mention them,'
John T Adams, vice chairman of the
Republican national i ommitlce, de-
tared today ,r a itatement. He de
clared Minnesota would go for Har
ding more than 100,000; that the W is
consin support of Harding was so great
there wa.s no national campaign in
that State; ih.m Illinois will show a
plurality for Harding which probably
Will be around 2o0,000 and that India
na was Mlfe for HardiiiK
' In Nebraska the Democratic or
ganization is moribund," he continued.
Tin Republican majority in that state
will be unusually large, l least 60
000. "in iowa Harding and Coolidgc win
win by well over 100.000. Senator
Cummins will pull through, but he will
run considerably behind tho national
ticket.
North and South Dakota wil sho
a vote about three to two In favor of
Harding and Coolidgc. The majorit
ies will not be enormous, but they will
be sure."
Need American
Men in France
I'ARIs PTgntedi Americans to be
come Frenchmen. Dr. Paul Carnot.
anxious btcuuse there are 2,000,000
more women lhan nun In Fraiu t, sug
Kcats thAt Americans be Imported as
husbands Because, he suys, theie 1
in excess of men In California, be
urges Callfornluns to emigrate hr
Carnot la a professor at Beaujon Hos
pital here.
DANCE
With the
w. o. w
THURSDAY EVENING,
OCTOBER 28
Woodmen of the World
Hall
Cards at 9 p. m.
Admission: 25c Each
PEACE PROGRESS PROSPERITY '
DEMOCRATIC
TICKET I
VOTE FOR
ror PfcaJdee4
JVMIs MIDIil.linN COX
For Vice President
l it n KLIN D, ROOOEt i r
For PrrsldenUal let-tors
DAISY AJLLKN
M KTH A .- BARNBS
I i HOI PM n
Wll I I M 1 DK KOS
I
For I nlted BMates vnator
Mil. TUN II WBLMJXG
For RcpresentatDe in ongresa
J AMI s W. 1 t Mv
I or dnstlre of iho Supreme CoOfft
ii utoi i m Em ra i s s
I or .i rmnr
THOMAS V TAYLOR
POr Secretary of state
i i.hi u i D. 1 BOM
1 or Altornc) t.eneral
EfTUART P. DOBBs
For Slate Auditor
l Mi l, ( ) LARSON
i nr State Treasurer
GEORGl M W Hi i MORI
l or Bapcrintcndenl ,,f Public
Instruction
L, J. Ml IR
I or DL-trli t .Indues
IXiFRl i W 1GE3
AR1 I II K I I K ATI
For District Attorney
THOU I M .1N N Is
For "stAte Senator PtoarTcer Term
D. D M'K
lor state Sena tor i rwo-Vear lerm
T. - X1C1 I L lK NlNt.
For State Keprr-seuiatn e-.
JAMBS a. smith
MI Kit K .r COB
UKORG1 I . BROW N
Kt)sS 1 1 M ( l 1
For onnt) ( ominlssiotu-r
I i uj r - c ir 1 erm
M h i I n r BBOWJI
For County Commissioner
Nn o-zear i rm
JESSE M. w ll. HI R
For Connty Clerk and Auditor
W A I . I BR N i ARB
l or County Treasurer
i) v id w EVAN'S
I or County Recorder
RATHIKIM II I OO I N BO 1 HA M
1 or County Sheriff
H I Kin u r c. PETERSOII
tor Count -i--nr
oN I N M. SANDERSON
I'or County Attorney
JOSEPH B. B VI I s
"or Count t surveyor
V s H 1 X GTOX J I K I s
For Judge of City Couri
DAX K. SFLL1VAN
i'ir otista blc
THOM s CUNNDfGB Wl
(TbliUcal Ad erlisement. i
her County Democratic Commit
le Ernes! r Spencer, Sec.
PRIZE DUNCES
TJpTHilH
The alx week9' fox trot contest be 1
gins at the Berthana this evenlnc, i
it was announced by Manager J K. E
Goss. The contest will be featured ' j
by the awarding of $100 in ca lb p
prlsei lo the be.st fost trot dancers, I
tho first prize bring $50 casb
Competed judges will make the I
selection of dancers who will enter E
the elimination contests. The win-; I
tier:, will then be picked I.- ih nth i '
dancers SS B whole. hi addition to I
the coulest carnival features will I
be provided for the fun seekers. I
Music will be furnished by the I
Lillian Thatcher orchestra. Adv. f,
An r,
Final Day in Ogden I
For Registration I
marks the r'liuil d.i of regls-
r.i tlon for i he fr nei al ele 1 neat
TucMday and wa.riilng ..s ,-eiit out this
morning from the omit el-rk' oflice
lo prospecln e voters that persons
whose nam-- i "t .1 (ip-ar on tho
hooks will noi be entitled to a1 their
ballots. Tb' registration hours lodayl
ait from I o'clock thli mornlni until
I o'clock tonight, although :l Is prob
able thai persoiiN may m i their names i
an the books after this hour
In view of the "act that more than,
5000 voters did not oaai ballot during
the la.s' taction due to the BPld'
of influepaa and their namet were
dropped from Ihe Hat. it vvua Urged
that persons check with the registra
tion books In order thai they msj " !
b disappointed when they appear to
vote next Tuesday.
egistration is reported to have
been unusually hea ndaj and
this morning and hundreds .ir.
pected to SPPear at the registration
plaoea this alternoon and tonight.
no- I H
LEAGUE ACCEPTS ROOT
WORLD COURT PLANS j
BRUS8&L3. "ict. 27. 1 Fiy tho As-,
sociated Press) The pouncl of the
league of natloni approved loda the
plan for a permanent ourt of Inter
national Justice as adopted by The
Hagbe cominiHec of JUTiatS With the
Eoeption f the provision if sb 1
tory Jurisdiction and some minor mat-1
1 i
Thoso parts of the plan generally at
tributed to Kllhu Root, wero accrptedi
In their entirety
The government has J.OOu.000 pairs I
of handcuffs for sale, left over from I
Ihe A ii. V. equipment Somebod)
evidently must have though .r. I
feing to capture tour, ol the Qerm 6
iirm nine Taeonia Hcdger m
COURAGE
.BBafaHaflaasaaflHafiLalafl
The lack of it in Senator Harding is turning a great wave of Repub- j I
lican sentiment to Governor James M. Cox.
The League of Nations cannot be a reality if Harding is elected unless
"SOMEONE SUPPLIES HIM WITH THE LOGIC AND COl RAGE
WHICH HE NOW SO NOTORIOUSLY LACKS"
"IF COX IS ELECTED THE TREATY WILL BE RESUBMITTED
TO THE SENATE AND HE WILL SEEK AGREEMENT ON ANY
REASONABLE AND SINCERE BASIS."
"IF HARDING IS ELECTED HE WILL HAVE TO VIOLATE ONE
HALF OF HIS PRONOUNCEMENTS AND FIGHT THE VERY MEN
HE IS AFRAID TO FIGHT NOW TO RESUBMIT IT AT ALL ON ANY I
BASIS,"
"WITHOUT SUCH RESUBMISSION EVEN A UNANIMOUS SEN
ATE COULD NOT PUT US INTO A LEAGUE OF NATIONS, EVEN
WITH UNANIMOUSLY SATISFACTORY RESERVATIONS' I
THE BEGINNING OF A LANDSLIDE I
The above are excerpts from a telegram sent to Senator Key Pittman, manager
of the western headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, by
CHESTER H. ROWELL I
Former Republican State Chairman of California
A Member Four Years Ago of the Republican National Committee
"I Consider It fVly Republican Duty to H
Support Governor Cox" I
THE TELEGRAM I
"In view of the frankness and courage with which Governor Cox has den lolishgd Elihu
Root's attempt to put him in an impossible position on the League of Nations, I can no .
longer refrain from authorizing you to announce me definitely a supporter of Cox. . I have
not become a Democrat. I am still a Republican. 1
"I agree that the course outlined for Senator Harding by Root, Taft, Hoover and j
others is the logical one, and if he is elected I shall be glad to support them in urging him
to carry it out; but, while their logic is clear, there is no indication that Harding under
stands it, and it is still uncertain which group of leaders will intimidate him after election.
J
"The irreconcilable opponents of any League are intimidating him now. 1
"In either case, I would rather support r living man than a passive object for president.
"Cox has boldly met the attempt to jockey him into one impossible position on the
League.
"Harding has weakly allowed himself to be intimidated into the opposite impossibility.
"If Cox is elected the treaty will be resubmitted to the senate and he will seek agTec
ment on ANY reasonable and sincere basis.
"If Harding is elected he will have to violate one-half of his pronouncements and fight
th very men he is afraid to fight now, to resubmit it AT ALL ON ANY BASIS. With,
out such resubmission even a unanimous senate could not put us into the League of
Nations, even with unanimously satisfactory reservations.
"I, therefore, disagree with my Republican pro-League friends, who argue that the
election of Cox would continue the present deadlock, while the election of Harding would
reopen negotiations.
"The election of Cox would reopen the question automatically on a basis promising
practical agreement.
"The election of Harding could reopen it only if someone would then supply him witi
the logic and courage which he now so notoriously lacks.
"If he is elected I will give my support to those who are trying to furnish that cour
age, but I cannot take the responsibility of contributing even my personal vote to hio
election.
"Whatever was the case earlier in the campaign, the League of Nations is now the I
issue. As former Republican State Chairman and member four years ago of the Repub
lican National Campaign Committee, I consider it my Republican duty to support Gov
ernor Cov." (Signed.)
"CHESTER H. ROWELL." I
REPUBLICANS AND INDEPENDENTS: I
W HICH WILL YOU REVEAL ON ELECTION DAY, YOUR POLITICAL COUR- I
AGE OR YOUR AMERICAN COURAGE? I
i
Tiie League of Nations is For Peace I
COX FAVORS GOING IN HARDING HAS TURNED HIS BACK
(Political Advertisement.)
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