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lient and easy, they add com
fort and joy to motoring"
And the occupants are not all
hat is affected Your car
also knows the difference
Their great carcass strength
takes the jar of the road in
stead of your car.
Their long, carefree service
makes them the choice of
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Not only is a Goodrich tire A
market leader but the tubes
ire likewise superior Get
Goodrich Silvertown Cords
or your car and Goodrich
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I Phone C04 jj
I, ' Oarage
J. W. KICKSON, Prop
2444 Grant Ave. Ogclen J
I Home Brew Ban Will
Ruin New Industries
M M,W " U K BK. Nov if..--l.ni;-I.
rowing Interests which h;ive been
manufacturing syrups from nrbtch
home brew could e made today de
clared that if the recent ruling "'
John 1. Knnur, national prohibition
commissioner, making the salt of thi BO
extracts illegal la cuforccil. they Dace
a serious los.
After the lfcth amendment went into
of frt the majority of thr breweries
decided that the manufacture of uear
bear would be leas protltable than
making malt syrup, a combination oi
malt'ajid corn In the proportion of -10
and o, which could be used for mak
ing home brew
Approximately IQO.000 pounds are
Said to he used every day In Milwau
kee for the manufacture of home breu-
mixtures. Breweries have installed
pedal machinery for the manufac
ture of mull syrup, because of the in-'
I'Oim Ml OK ll .s o K
J Mrs. Chas. Rule, New Tuggm. Wis.
piflj writes: "Your medicine is 0 K. 1 i
think Poles Honey and Tar I the!
HH best for cough I think your inedi-
cine Is n" you say it is- i know i
WM would never le without I' you may
Wg use my name " Foley's Honey and Tar
EjjflH acts quickly, check! rough, colds and
croup i uta the phlegm opens air pas
!splS Wgea Hid allays Irritation. It stops
ikE eep-disturblng coughimr .it night.
flffjfljfl Children like It. "ont(ins no opiates.
HjB Sold everywhere Adv.
1 in AH PERSONAL
Property Assessed in This
State Amounts to
, Personal property assessed In Utah
tins peai totals $173 124,691 a cording
Lobulation compiled in the bien
nial " port "( Jo8( Rlrle, state audi
lor, from returns made from county
auditors Laii year the valuation to
lied 9163,476.432 Ph re a u i f-ill -mg
oif of th( n I nation placed on live
stock from $42,6 17,932 In 1919 to $24,
115.700 in 1920 The valuation "f other
forms of personal property shows a
TOTAL l VI MA l.s
1 A compilation of totals from the re
port, compared with corresponding to
tal of last ear. shows reductions in
' the number or evarj Kind of farm ani
mal assessed, but still greater reduc
tions in ih- valuations placed on these
ai inub' This a made in the following
Xiiniber . ... 93.824 1 0O.79."
Valuation1 . I .,3lo.n; t.m.r.31
Number .. . $78,04 6 417.997
Valuation .$13,097,244 $17,002,980
Sheejt and goats
Number 1,770,175 1.792,' 16
Valuation .-. . $ I 4,034,000 S1R.:;74.S23
Number . . . 30,4.".7 4fi.96S
Valuation ...I 273,4 1 1 $ 44.S.746
livestock . $34,216,700 $42. 617. 932
Among the counties the tabulation
compiled in the sinte auditor - oi'nce
shows that 1'i.ih County Heads In the
value of lis horses which are placed at
$504,040 i tab county, however, has
only 7 42s horses assessed as comparea
with 7928 horses in hoxdder eountv ,
valued at $470,026 and 7N;:7 horses in
Cache county, valued at $442 885.
Utah county also takes the lead In
Hi.' cattle industry in the state With.
29.1.'. i cattle, assessed at 71,020,190 1
Sevier county has 26,612, assessed at
in sheep and goats Millard county
lakes the lead, with 306.n,5 sheep. a
essea at $2,542,000, :;nd Tooele coun
t Is next, With 192.1 9 sheep, assessed
Davis qount reports the most swine
assessed, 3205. valued at $31,900. while
Millard ts nevt with 289. swlnc, assess
ed at $2 l.8 4i.
In the total value of livestock Mil
lard uin; . If Qgallj in the lead, with:
$3,i 7 I. VH. Tooele us second with
I : '.. I:'.'., and Box-lder thl'd. with
$2,010,440. !! other counties h.i r
gs than 2,000j000 as the assessed
i in i inn of their livestock for tills
... in! 'tH Ua'ke county has only
...'. worth of uxuh property.
'I upproxlmatel) $13S, Otio.OOO per
i. ai propert) other thin livestock
1 in the si. lie, however. Salt Lako
ii 1. total ol $76,411,100. Thil
,- a I mi; at $6,000,000 moro this year
I' Ui last for Kali Lake's total. Olher
. COUptles an- bci. with ?lo.
Cache, wllh $7,872,00, and
I't.ih. with ?7. 1 83, 105,
v;n oUs olasaes of property po to
make lip the Item of "personal prop
eil other ihun livestock," The tidal!
ait - t)d valuation of the banks of the!
tat s $14,451,041, of which 6, 0
tin )- :n Sail Lake county, $1,950,1601
ir WrluT COurity, !.7l4.7so in Cachoj
Count) and $1.311,260 in Utah etiunt)
No valuations 'or banks are reported
this year from Daggett, M1II.1 (. Mor
x -u 1 . I 1 1 1 . - or s.ivni-. itK)Vog4i VHl Jtrrrt
and Nlias-an llh reported banks last,
vear. It Is probaUle thai the total has
been placed elsewhere b error this
w 1 in 1: s VAU E
The 1 a messed valuation of mej
ihandise and Hade fixtures fn Utah
this year is 152,453,007; Salt Lake nns
$24. .'.77.. ',9.-. of ibis: W ei., r 7. 299, 623;
1 ache 54.221.27;.. and Utah $3,960,
'I he county assessors have found
$20,350,194 worth of machinery, tools,
implements and supplies 'bis year, of I
which $6,057,200 1 1 in Salt Hike eoun-
t. $2.4'.0.6K.r. 111 Weber $2.3(19.436 In
Cache and $4i;.,.2". in I tall.
1 There is assessed under the heading I
01" "money, vol vent crsdlts, Judgments,
etc. $7,905,988 In the slate, of which 1
$4,208,963 is in this count.v. $1,114803
in Wober, $160,210 in Cachj and $80,
372 In Utah count.v It q noted ihat
little I'.iKKett county, with a total as
sessed valuation of ahnut $760,000, re
ports $151,906 of It In this class of
I property, exceeding both Cache. Utah
and many other counties. In fact the
wealthy rtah county, is exceeded not
lonlj by 'he counties already named
but also by Boxelder, Carbon, Iron.
Juab. Millard, Piute, j-iin Juan ami
iSanpct In th assessed valuation of
There I a headinc for "personal
property not otherwise assessed" which
I totals for the state $42,712,701. Of this
!$32.984.O70 ,M m Sail I t ke inunty. I
I w eiier count v has under this heading I
I WONDER-NUT klKft :
It's pure, fresh, sweet and wholesome.
A nutritious mixture of nut oils, churned
in fresh milk. Pure as the country sun
shine where it is made. Spread it on
I thick. You can afford it for it costs less.
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wortK remembering' I
THE "BULL DOG" in n h.it stoclrKr in THE STANDARD SET The original
the handle, sturdy and businrsshlcc. Triple 1 1 .1 A- Qillette set, Model No. 460, as pictured, V
ni'ver plated. 24 Shaving EdRCs (12 don- VOU 3Fr I G9.ll V TllOllQ'riT- Wlth Tr'Plr Silver Plated Roror 24 If
bh-odged Blad:). Genuine Leather v j W AA Shavmf:EdRes(l 2 double-edged Blades).
Case. $5.00. Gold pl.vJ. $6.00, T "3 f 1 1 Genuine Leather Cue. $5 00. Gold
ml of mm you
y j The styles described and jjjl811 II
U0 illustrated here will help you nS" I
THE ARISTOCRAT liv?j up to its name. I P
TJr TrfirtiiSoT ?0nzdorB,?: in finding the one right Gillette bet no u
ta ' (iij 11 , . , C-' rilver plated metal case embossed with I
: I nE iciiXldoublo-cdgcd Blades). , . , " , . , . r , H
, , . ... , . . t J Da-ket pattern in high re Uef Razor and k
A r.ir.-, distuictive style. 5.6 00. Gold i rvr il lim -,a cu t-. , . , . If-
e-flfi XJk 111 III. 24 Shaving Edges (12 doulla-edgod
piaicu, j.uu. . Blades). As illustrated, $5 00 A favor-
ite set with men who travel. Gold plated,
H Take this page with you !H
As a inexpensive remembrance, buy him a SSski&'ii
- - - j - No Stropping- No Honing
I r.ov.-n rr; No. 00. i", Gillette - T;';'. x sT$ a A -
I'.zzor. Shaving Brush, Sliavlnj I " I
Leap and 24 Shaving Edges (13 " y -V M M THE BIG FELLOW is the new
cloublt-edted B.do ) - ! v.ff i M Gillette model so much desired
compactly contained in a h n I- H HB rfflff g by so many men. Longer han-
somc Genuin? JRLf r K flkk b die. heavier head. Razor triple
Razo;- truMc t&M JTk H H Ms silver plated. Shaving Edge,
$ '"i flnH0i K double-edged Blades).
IL Gum-wood case. $5.00. Gold
HbQB maoc "is u 9 ism
KNOWN THI "WOftLD OVtR
E Camtikn FettTJi New fork tsda Vttini KatUiiim Sjii Ctlcvtta L i Jixu.
B 73 St. Altiutdtr St. Ckic4 Ptrit Buub Com Sfcimfbu Csltaat TtLj
S M.olrc.l.Q.ebcc. Su Frtsdice Milu CaSSBkSMi Bio Mm SiM Uuktli
12,919,186, Cache Hit, 800 and Utah I
The assossod valuation of persona
property othM- than livestock was ill-,
vlrlfd In 1919 fxa follows: Uunkc. $14.-!
005.875: merchandise and trade flx-i
tures, 141,665,468, or about $ 1 o.ooo.oou
k'M than this year: ina'hlni-ry . tools, I
I inplf ments, upjill .-. :it S I l
money, solvent credits, Judgments, eti .;
at 7,487,669, and personal propertk
not otherwise assessed at $87,676,78v
or $5,000,000 less than this year.
New Wage Scale for
Civil Service Proposed
BOSTON", Nov 16. A hill to re-'
classify Ihp waire scale of nil civil)
service smployes will he presented to.
conitress next month by Congressman I
Fredenpk R Lohlbaeh of New Jor-(
bcj . chairman of the hour comtnltte
on civil service reform, according lo
an announcement by William J. Sleep,
vice president of the National Fed
eration of PVderal teniployen.
Th,. I,. hlbOi ') bill, Mr. Sleep said,
woula affect nil civil service elhpIoyOH
except those In I te postofflce depart"
it Im designated as n substitute for
the meaadhr submitted at the last
senslon of congress by the joint con-
-luiuil commission on reclassifi
cation of the civil service, ;lml which
Congrats restricted to federal employes
in the District of I'olumhla
LO'ST ALL THE BEER.
GLASGOW, Scotland "An he threw
a Jup at me that broke over my head
and lost all the beer outa it," com
plained Mrs Sarnh McKenzie in couvi
here of her husband. "We couldna'
affor dto lose so much beer, your lud
of benefit to persons who suffer from
Depression Loss of Appetite
Brain Fan Digestive Troubles
Slow Recovery from Influenza and Kindred Ailments
Arc you run down? Are you irritable? Are you overworked? Then
try this approved remedy and satisfy your&elf of its beneficial
Brmcea is sold in oriqiwi' I mwwS2!t feEIf!
IC-oz. bottles only. Refuse BRIACEA DRUG COMPANY
6tw all substitutes Umum cny. m0.
11 1 am kks of 1 in pioni 1 its
I VaripUl camps of the Daughters ol
iln.' Pioneers will meet Thursday after
'noon 'amp II vill meet with Mrs.
j Myrth Khecs Welker at l';30 o'cloch
nt her home, 1139 Twenty - fourth
street. Camp L will meet with Mrs.
i Susie Dvans at her home. 3268 OKden
I avenue. Camp M, which was to have
met Thursday, hns been postponed un
I til later.
' mis (M il,
Mrs, I". R Ifichart will be hostess
' to 1 he members of the La Cols club
I Wednesday afternon at her home,
,3681 Ogden avenue Members are i"
j 11c d to be present.
i i it LEAGUE
ai rubers of the C ic I.eaKUe will!
meet h the home of Mrs. Bin uich-1
ardSOO, TOfl Twcni v-fifth street. J
LADIES 11 l i t: KY BOCIJDTY,
Mis. Kred O. Clark Of Salt Lake, will
lip hostess to the members of the!
L,dlei Literary club Wednesday aft-,
emon 11 her residence. All members
are Invited to be present
UTOP1 v CLUB
Mrs W. It. M.ilson of r 1 ; Tweniv-
sevanth street, will entertain thi
membere of the I'topla club at her
home Wednesday afternoon.
rriM OPAL '.1 1LD.
Meml'is of the Episcopal Guild
will meel In the church parlors. Mrs.
I, Parlow vvlll be the hostess for
New York's Policemen
Become Auto Experts
NEW YORK, Nov. 16 Xew York
City's 1 l.ono policemen became auto
mpbllc experts nil of o sudden Mon-
I from Commissioner KnrtRht who h.is
planed a three weeks campaign to'
1 reduce the number of .1 utomobile ac
cidents, the police halted thousands of
'automobiles .md examined them for
mechanical defect. If there ns any-1
IthiiiK wronK enough to increase the
I possibility of accidents, the chauffi mx
were directed to repair shops. The
police took free rlde 10 make sufe
1 their orders would be obeyed.
rt was a most fretful day for auto-1
I moblllsts. Business barons speedlni,-1
to their desks were halted. They,
waited Impatiently while their rhaur-'
feurs smiled at the patrolmen's meti
culous examination of the engine anil
allied pieces of mechanism. Ta.xlcab
drivers took It hs a Joke. though'
grieving; over loss of time thut would'
neither return nor bring returns
Finishing their mechanical Inspec
tions, the police handed every driver
a book containing regulations, bearing)
on its cover the Hlblkal command
ment Thou Shall Not Kill."
I luring the day a dozen persons
weTe Injured and a baby was klll-d
Schemes For Financing j
China Sent to Pekin
NEW VollK. Nov. 1. rjeflnit'
proposals for the financial rchablllta
tlon of China, the outgrowth of recent
rlis":i,9!ions here among representatives
of large financial firms of Great Brit
aln. Prance, Japan and the United
State! luive been sent to Peking for
cjpaslderatlon by the Chinese govern
mcnl it was learned here today Kre.i
erlck W. Stevens, representative of th
American group of bankers, is
route to Peking and Is expected to j
gotlate personally with the Chinese
government regarding the Hnanonl
,LS S i" 11 PBS ' II
When tke Coffee Drinker I
makes a change
in Kis table beverage, n
he naturally turns to
A drink that resembles
Coffee , with none of coffee s
harm, and it costs less.