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3 THE OGDEN STANDARD-LXAM1NLR TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1920.
I I "?r $ Your Thanksgiving
I dSLA Clothes at
I I Brt Educed Prices
I IP It Placc our n'cr
H PBHk y Tomorrow or Thursday
KvV We are doing our bit to bring cWvn costs
: ! ;1y'., 'jt'v; you get the bonefit. Th lUready lov
j &XS' laltr prices on our entire line of Suitings
.'ajjlMriBff Overcoat materials have been reducer),
Br jlmy without in the least deviating from
-vVv MB Vv. high standards of quality
lBS Tn18 ig yur opportunity to save money 1
'A' wKk on your Thanksgiving clothes- -DUNDEE iy
T jflSy 8BvW TAILORED to your individual measure, (.j
f savli Wft from materials of your own choosing,
uvstmam which absolutely means long time Batis- 3M,u
?Ji JjagftSSHK ' factory wear and appearance. W
rT7 jAB All orders for Suits or Overcoats phieed v!flJ
-S "RCT NSlth us either TOMORROW OR THUR8- 11
J ksk DAY will be filled in time for Thanksgiv- I
Union Made ing
rtr.!- . hHA LET US GET BUSY ON YOUR ORDER
1 $25 to $50 J !
ID OWEN BENNETT, Prop. J
On Hudson Avenue by the Alhambra Hieatre Bg""'jf-"i-
1 II " I
Pape's Diapepsin" makes !
j Disordered Stomachs I
; feel fine at once ! 1
l ' - ..... .1
humps of undig -sled food causing
pain. When your stoniai.li Is nCld,
and is sassy, sour or you hae In-art-,
burn, flatulence, headache, or dys
I pepslu. there Is speedy relief no wait
Kat a tablet or two f rape's Imh-'-
pepsin and Instantly your stomach
t feels fine. All the Indigestion, pain
goe acidity and misery In the siom-1
acli caused by acidity ends.
Pape's Dlap-psln talilets cost little
at any drug store, hut there Is no!
vrer or quicker stomach antacid'
I Wants Negligent Mate
Haled Before Court
Asking that her hus.li.nul. Irr,l I
' '."Payne, be ordered before the court to
a 'show cause why he ha not paid ali
mony In accordance with an order l
"ed by Judgf A E Pratt, Mary II.
P.iyne has filed a petition, and also
.asks him to sh"w cause whj he should
, i oo
Fence Over Roadwav
Made Basis of Suit
A C ''all this morning began suit,
in the district court before Judge A.
K. Pr.itt against Nels I.lnd. to recover,
damage of $15" He also seeks tOi
the dafeqdanl restrained from;
constructing a fence across certain,
land which he uses as a roadway.
The land in question is described as
-nip of 20 feet wide running
through lots : . 4. stition 3t lown-(
ship 6. north range, Salt lakc mer-1
It is alleged by the plaintiff that
he sold the land but the defendant
w.i.s cognizant of thf fact that It was
his intention to reier- a portion of
the tract for right of wa Since th
sale, he alleges, the- defendant has
placed a fence across the strip which
has compelled him to drlv a mile and
one-half to reach a large owned
hy him on the other side
He asks the court to award him
$150 damages and order the defendant
to have the fence removed.
not he punished for contempt of the
court ordera. 1
It Is set forth that an order was is
sued February IT, isiy demanding
jthat Mr. Payne pay her $40 a month.
I Since this time, she alleges he has
I paid but a total sum of $60. On Au
gust she complains, another order
I was issued demanding him to pa $ 1
In week, but he continued payments for
ionly four weeks and then rrfused her
Chamber of Commerce
Drive Meets Success
The drive for new members fot the
1 gden chamber of "ommerce under
taken by the tgden Rotary Huh. Is
meeting with marked success, accord
ing to Secretary O. J. Stllwell of tho
gden Chamber of Pommel e f t
committees named by the Rotary club1
five have reported 100 per cent BUi -ceaaful.
Slxty-flvc new nieinhers have been
added to the list of merchant by
these five committees wlm h in the
opinion of Secretary suiwVn will rriv
the chamber of Commerce at least
an additional $iri0 per mouth. With
the other returns expitte.i todav the
members of the various committees
expect to add more than $10,000 per
y ar to the present total maintained
bj the Chariili' i of 'ommerce, which
is slightl more (nan $6500.
I 'gden has in the past received the
smallest amount for chamber of Com
merce from merchants of the city
than any other city of similar size In
I the I'nlted States. The Bolee, organ
ization has a yearly sum of 46,00t,
with which t0 can s out h r publicity
I Ken with the size of the revenue
obtained tho results obtained by the
gden chamber of Commercial have
been remarkable, according :o mem
bers of the Rotary club.
The drive bring conducted l. rnw
Rotary club is lu be completed today
and a complete report made at the
weekly meet inf. to be held at the We
ber club tomorrow.
FYance has on hand about 90.000
tons of high explosives, surplus war
R. C. RENEWALS
More Sold In Some Places
Thus Far Than All
Renewal Of 'he memberships for
the American Red Ci oss I progressing
most, satisfactorily according to the
report of the chairman lonn EBdward
Carve' Many of the cnminen Inl and
manufa. luring plants hue Hold a
larger number of subscriptions so far
than they sold all through the cam-i
palfn iasi year.
The work In th" county and I Ity
church organlianona win be in full
VWlng this week The pnhllc school
memberships for the Junior member
ships will comment I rlda
Three thousiind additional buttons
and cert If u-a I cs a i e ordered liv wire1
this mornliig and with their arrival
will be sent to the schools at once
Marv Pick ford in 'The
Hoodlum,"' one ot her best
pictures, and "He Married
His Wife." a two reel Christie
comedy. All for a dime, at
the Rex today and tomorrow.
Open at 4:45 every day.
Construction To Begin Early
In December: State Gets
Deed This Week.
Construction work on the Og.len
armory will be started during the fore
part of the coming month, according
to state officials. The deed for the
pfoperty located near Adams avenue
on T cuts third street will be signed.
...r to the state during the present'
week, according to Piesldent Warren
L VVattia of th Mgden Chamber of
With the deed turned over and ac-J
ej,te. I be the state bids for the con
tuctlon work will be advertised for
according to Secretary of State Hard
en Bennion. The building work will
be rushed following the excavation. I
i Ufiien'a end of the money necessary
to secure the Armory was $l.ri,00u
which has been secured and the prop
ert arranged for. The state Is to'
,,1,1 1(8,000 to this ((mount which will
be used for the construction of the
More than $:oO flnO worth of euulp
ment for the building will be fnrn-
lahed bj the government, according to
Derailment Delays ;
Traffic on S. P.
Kat bound Southern Pacific train
i was delaxed mort than an hour today'
following a derailment of a freight
tT.iln west of the Ltiein Cutff, also
eaat bound. The derailment was 1
i .! isi'ii I. .1 spreading rail, according
to railroad officials.
Trains JS and 21 west bound were
both late on arriving in gden today.
Train 19 v;is more than fifty minutes
I late under the new schedule while
train 81 was an hour late.
With the train.s leaving San Fran-1
clsco and Omaha on their new sched
' ules the officials of the I'nion and ,
'Southern Pacific lines state that the
I aervice will be handled as per sched
ule starting tomorrow.
ill The pores of the face arc not as fi i mi iaijgjM 1
H other parrs ot the bod'. Ou the nose es- k
Wm pccially, there are more fat glands than else- Notice the improvement the very first
I where and there is more activity of the treatment makes a promise of what the
,1 pores. These pores, if not properly stimu- steady use of Woodbury's Facial Soap will
3 lated and kept free from dirt, clog up and do. But ck) not expect to change com-
I become enlarged. pletely in a week a condition resulting from j
J To reduce enlarged nose pores: Wring a long continued exposure and neglect. Use
I soft cloth from very hot water, lather it th's treatment persistently. It will gradu-
J , wirh Woodbury's Facial Soap, then hold it allY reduce the enlarged pores and make
I to your face. When the heat has expanded em inconspicuous.
J the pores, rub in very gently a fresh lather of Get a cake of Woodbury's Facial Soap and begin lU
I Woodbury's. Repeat this hot water and tonight the treatment your skin needs. You will j
:J i i l- , I . find Woodbury's on sale at an drut store or toilet
'f lather application several times, stopptnr at , . , L . h n . ml
fl, 1 r ft ti goods counter in the United btates or Canada. A
A . Ottce tf your nose feels sensitive. Then finish 25 cent cake will last a month or six weeks. 1
1 j I by rubbing the nose for thirty seconds with The Andrew Jergens Company, Cincinnati, New
' 1 a piece of ice. York and Perth, Untano.
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Copynclit 1120 Hart Schaffncr k Marx I
Hart Schaffner I
Marx clothes at I
very much lower 1
here's an example I
$55 and $60 suits I
are now priced at I
-we wanted to do a big I
I thing for the people of I
Ogden so we arbitrarily I
reduced prices we knew
people wanted them
here they are; the great-
I est clothes values we
have ever offered. P
the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
Says Wife Went Out j
With Another Man!
William 'an Kontan 1ms rllsd suit
foi divorce in ths district court agalnat
Lena Van Komen rhnriflng her with
aAJiooiatlonH with another num. The
. nuple- Trug married in Ogden, July
31 1915. Since hl-wlf"s aoclation-
n1Ui another Mr Van Komen. alleges
hf has not lived with hir. Me gives
the date as November 11 of this year.
Mr. Van Komen asks dissolution of I
the marrlaye ties.
Alternate applications hot and
cold cloths then apply
V a ro Rub
Otet 1 7 Million Jan Uted Yearly j
2M4 W.hlnQtn Ave.
satisfaction ouaranfld r,,uU". Iff
G. A. MULLER Mgr. jjfl