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SfcnWESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMRFP 27 192? I
IM WS gg iSSZ THE OGDEN STAND ARD.FXAMINFP
L SURPRISES AWAIT OODEN
M FOLKS ON "SEE YOUR CITY" DAY
digress Made During Two Years, Recent Im
fc,vements, New Homes and Other Features
IT To Be Shown During Automobile Trip
j ( 1ir. lT.-Tr.--sv. .1 rapidly
f Jig3" ,,, v'-'""s tl.'
I JNHF pf Giis Wright, chairman of
'rL Your p.-tlgn which
JHuTconducted Sunday and Mon
V ; ' - " -'""th of
IB ..;n-'ti:- , 'umpalgn,
nKHBr r'f are two kinds 01 boosters-
-' ' ft'1? BPr those wh work themselves
'HRVenr.- of and
jjRlR'.re arc those who boost sane-
MW' some inspiring sight or x-
Shi H-f has Inspired ihelr enthusiasm
IJilr Mr'- ' ,,iJr is sr,ont;in-
K'-'lior"1 "that 1 "' P I I - of Og-'
f 'p "Usi -is g ' -"st a9 l03ral
fVMf .t o-fv Jo vi- tJ.tr .wn country!
rylH . sin.-'-r.'N ',s 1': ' people ,,r
WtflSftornla. or of any other state The
i .-. a comproh-nsl knowledge
HiSBfiv-.'.
SnBw'd bf talked of. This See Your
BBVq3V j9 to he a pleasant surprise
and :l. some reully In
SBLTjny Ogden tnlklnt: points For
'VStoit' of ad' .crse .-"nil it Inns, Ogden
jj klB.,-, '. In th-
pJBt i1 " ' lf vor nianyt
(3Bm. j-cailze how well paved are our
ijy)BS5 There ar- blocks and blocks
'jKaVicg that most ol havo never,
f3 MAW Vl M WS
5a;Kijjie cour?.'1 ov. r which our trip
"Tt.-.. tt-.:! sho" manv f-r. ups of beau
. J? r- rnti.iftf.-" finished and
OS Wt? r-.l.rsr. n .-' t r . i . t 1 1 . n , There
J JL'- '.'.' I ' ''I W"
JJIfKirrs buildings and apurtment
"Ers We shall p t a close-Up of
fKVreat milling plants of the ex-
MKvf . jlrm .r ! -.MiMol hulld-
l W. Nichols, Instructor of (he
vft H. 8- mu.slc department sal.l today
,B4t eicellent worl Is being accomp
BJhfd due to the keen interest that
b9E been taken by the students of
TilKit department The band mad.- Its
BJpearanco during tho first week of
'WEJi, something that has nover hap
SgBatd bofore in the history of the
Rh. S. It now consists of 24 pieces.
Sjllb prospects of eight or ton more
fcnl,--oin m. rnh. rs have Julnrd the
fch'-stra, which Is made up cf the
Hswlnr lnstnimrnts Two cornets,
clarinets, one trombone, one eax
one. drums. 13 violins and the
jEst1"-- An . essful
Hlj looked forward to, in this de-
M - 3"Qt -
I Kbe Olrls' Athletic association Is
T Htaf tennis this fall. The girls in - (
I to hold a tennis meet betwi i a
I BTdlfferent classes, In nbout thrro
II Jks. A terns !- necn built1
kick of the s. -!,o.. .
I The commercial department reports
J. l large enrollment.
II '
streral clubs aru being orranlr.cd
it 0. H. 8.
JwATTIS-KIMBALL CO.
I WILL HAVE PARTY
Th "vVAttls-Kin hill m t..r company
Mlsaued Invitations to the company's'
fesployes for a dinner at tho Hormlt-I
jMttTnurpday --vnlncr. After the din-1
yBn the, will attend the vaudevtlo
bw. This is the fir.st of what thol
Botn of the company hope to be an
Bjual affair There will bo about 60 '
tiudlngall employes, their wives and
Bf( NO COOKING i
"Food -Drink" for All Ages.
If Quick Lunch at Home, Office,Dd
fountains. Ask for HORLICfCS.
gAvoi(i Imitations & Subtitute
1 dHI 1 1 IHH
I SAMPSON 1 1
H 28th and Wash. Ave. B
' WIBBbBSKHBHHMBMJ
j ! All kinds of
I ' AMUSEMENT EQUIPMENT
I FOR SALE
S Including Merry Qo-Round
! Address: P. O. Box 53.
II PIUE8 cured vlthout operation. I
' Dr. Paraons at 317 Kloael Bldg., j
9dan. n Thursday, September 28,
for any form of recta ailment
ings and Improvements
o-nCnaTnebc?t7les;U1?-
vou roo it" I a11 mftans until
PromTs o h , 10 ty. commissioners
mumnow! ' W BP th? ma1-
s too long for telling here, but we
VT?,!OBILE HELP.
do nn? PK that many ot 0,lr People
do not own machines and therefore
see but little of the city, the owners
or ; 4wm' ar- Vownf a cine spirit
of good fellowship In supplying trans
portation. The first tour will be made
at 2 p m. on Sunday so that those
who are engaged through tho week
may participate The machines wll
be lined up at the City Hall square.
want everyone who has no othor
means r,f transportation to call In
person or phono the maor's offico
simply say that you want to go on
the -See Your City' trip, and machines
win bo provided, rvorvono is wel
come "The offico of the secreturv of tho
chamber of commerce Is railing auto
owners on the phone, but lf vou have
a machine and are not called, please
come to the city hall at 1:30 p. m.
Sunday, prepared to carry as many ,
passengers as you can.
"The tour will follow a regular
cours.- .-..nd In parftd formation "
NIGHT SCHOOL
TO BE OPENED
I Various Subjects to Be Of-
fered; Extension Courses
Are Listed
j Night school classes for the. full
term at the Ogden High sc hool will
commence October 6, according to an
I announcement made today by Francis
1 T. Wiggins, supervisor In chargi ot
the night school.
More than 30a students arc expected
to enroll for the night school work
The following subjects will be offered
i Teachers) methods In art poster work,
design and craft, oral expression. Eng
lish literature, practical English, be
glnn'.m; Spanish advanced Spanish,
history, dressmaking, economics, civics.
cooking, milliners aesthetic dancing
gymnasium for women, algebra, calcu
lating machines, posting machines,
bookkeeping, typewriting, stenography,
penmanship, business reference, sales
manship, rooking. piactlcl electricity,
auto mechanics, mechanic drawing,
electrical wiring, and other subjects
in the calculating machine class
only 36 students will be enrolled.
Theory of accounts, business admin
istration nnd cost accounting will be
offered In the I'nlverslty o' I'tah ex
tension courses by th I'tah Agricul
tural College. Tho subjects for the
extension course to be given by the
I'nlverslty of Utah have not been se
lected as yet
JAMES E. EN MAN
NEW OGDEN PASTOR
James E. Enman is to be th'. new!
minister of the First Congregational
church of )kUti huccecdiiK U I ; '
Godfrey Matthews, who left the Og
den church for the Mission church
In San Francisco.
The Rev. Mr. Enman Is on his Traj
from California to ( igden by automo-
bile and is to arrive in time to prea'.h
his first sermon on Sunday.
The new minister comes to '"'gden I
from Dixun. California; where h? was I
the Congfegatlonnl minister for five
years. Ho Is a New Englander.
1 on
MAKING PLANS FOR
CANYON RD. PAVING
Members of the board of city com
missioners are today conferring with
officials of the I tnh Rapid Transit
company in an effort to reach an
agreement regarding paving which Is
planned on Canyon road. Ii adlng from
Washington avenue to the east bound
ary of Ixirln FarrYark Tho com mill -doners
announced that they are now
ready to proceed with preparations
for the pavement and they will Mk
the street car company to pave be
tween their tracks.
PROBABLE SHOWERS
FORECAST IN OGDEN
T prettied wrath, r ondltlons are. I
forecast for Ogden and vicinity tonight I
and tomorrow, with probable showers.,
according to tho bulletin of the t'nll-J
ed s-tatc weather bureau, xeater-
dav's maximum temperature was s6
degree, with a minimum last night
of GO degrees.
HULANISKI FORMS
REPUBLICAN CLUB
B T Hulanlskl of Ogden, has been
appointed organizer In Weber county
for the National Republican league,
and m planning a campaign here for
Increased membership, It was announc
ed today. . .
Republicans desiring to Join the
league are requested to communicate
with Mr. Hulanlskl at once. Sul
orlptlom to the National Kopunli an
are also being secured by Mr Hulanlskl
DUCKS PLENTIFUL,
SPORTSMEN HEAR
Pucks wore, reported plentiful In all
sections In northern Utah In a re-l
port made by O. A. Lawyer. United
qtites eume warden, and veal lw
nlKbt by A. T, Hestmark at the meet
ing Ot Ihfl Weber County Fwh ard
Oame Pictectlve association. The re
port tltPd that but a few ilcK dUCHS
were fAUUd this year and the number
wss far bolow the yeany avorago,
Thi SaflOr for duck shoofcg will
open here October 1. I
LOUIS KALLANY
WANTED IN S. F.
Man Held in Connection
With Alleged Swindle
May Be Bank Robber
The nrret yesterday mornlnr: )-.
Deputy Sheriff r.. h. MohJman of
ILouls Kallany and Buclnto Bueto, for
eigners, accused of trying to work :uid
told-ttme swindle, baa developed tho
ract that Kallany is wanted in Cali
fornia for bank robbory, according to
information received last night by
Sheriff Plndbck from Salt Lake au
thorities. The Information from Salt Lako
asked the sheriff here to hold Kallany
and Bueto until California officers can
come here to identity Kallany OS B
bank robber and victims oi . n Indies
can Identify Bueto
The San Lak. p. .11. l-i'.,n:i. , -lit
Plncock last night thai thej had
Kallany linger orr. t then i icenl
as a suspnet as the robbi r ol a Sun
Francisco bank, bill In onn itlon and a
description was not procured until af
ter tho man had Been r. leased. The
officers said they now have Informa
tion which links Kallany with the
crime and they asked that hi be hi Id
until officers cun arrive hen to iden
tify him
I Deputy Mohlman arrested the pair
yesterday after Dan Bozo. stor- own
er at 2073 Washington avenue, de
clared that the men approached him
and endeavored to ha I e him join In a
confidence game The confidence
game which Is known as tho "church
swindle'' or the 'box game" ha claim
ed thousands of dollar? from foreign
v ictims In I'tah during the lasl f w
years. BoSO hud heard of the sw indle,
in tact he said that that a friend of his
had been fleeced of $1900 In Ogden
a few years ago. and that the two
men arrested yesterday looked to him
like the same nun who swindled his
friend 'lTils man Is noT in Butte
Mont., and efforts are being made to
have him come here in an effort to
Identify them. )
A large sum of money was found In
Bu.-to's pocket h when h- was searched
at the sheriff's office and when loj
to Jail he turned to the officers and :
said In a whisper. "Get me u good law
yer a gool friend of yours."
Wrlien the pair saw Mohlman ap
proach them on the stroot with Bozo,
they quickly separated and Bueto
dropped an empty purse.
Sheriff Pincock Is now awaiting In
formation from San Francisco regard- !
Ing the bank robbery and will hold 1
the men until efforts are made to Iden-
tlfy them
They told conflicting stories wJien
questioned separately following their
arrest.
FAMOUS ACTOR
TO BE HONORED
Mary Anderson to Attend
When Booth Picture
Is Presented
NEW YORK. Sept 27 On the stage
of the Shakespeare theatre in Strat-ford-on-Avon
next Friday Mary Ander
son, for years one of America's fore
most tragediennes will make what Is
probably her farewell appearance, if.
was announced here. The ,( . aston in
the. addition of a picture of Edwin
Booth to the gallery' Of Immortals In
the famous Shakespearean shrine The
picture is the gift of E. F. Albee to the
Kotarv club of America.
Mary Anderson, who Is now Mrs. de
Navarre, is to appear at her own re
quest, and her Interest In Edwin Booth
day at Strntford-on-Avon. is both as
an actress and as a personal friend of
Edwin Booth. The presentation of the
picture to Mayor Archibald Flower of
Stratford-on-Avon, head of the Shake
speare committee, will be mad.- by
Orch C Klumph of Cleveland, past
president of tho American Kotarlans
Hundreds of devotees of Shakespeare
are gathering already In the little Eng
lish town for tho ceremonies, many
of them from London and others from
every corner of tho world.
In a letter to Mr Albee, Mary An
derson says: "It Is splended of you J
giving this picture; there is no coun
terfeit presentment' of him here and I
you yourself will greatly enrich tho
collection and do honor to our greatest
actor."
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GYMNASIUM CLASS
TO OPEN TOMORROW
The women's gymnasium class spon
sored by the Parent-Teachers asicia
tlon of tho Mound Fort school dis
trict, will hold Its first meeting and
conduct class work tomorrow evening,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock p m. Reg
istration of members will tak. place
The session will be held in the school
gymnasium.
Milk Is sold at Gro- J
i . r i everywhere b u I a
- r 0 Is sold by thi I
beat grocers. They m
know BBGO la creanVa m
only rlvn! nnd you
will appreciate it nat-
unil flavor and creamy . m
richness. B
ROBBER THEORY
IN TWIN KILLING
: Rector May Have Been Car
rying Securities When
Shot
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J , Sept.
27 Authorities Investigating thoj
slaying two weeks ago of the Rev. I
Bdward Wheeler Hall rector of the
Episcopal chur.-h of St John tho
Evangelist, and his choir leader, Mrs
Eleanor Rolnhardt Mills, sought to
ld ay to run down rumors that the
j rector may have been carrying securl-tb.-i
valued In exrms of $10,000 when
I he was fhot When this report be
cnme current investigators had given
I little credence to suggestions tht the
double killing might have been tho
work of robbers or a blackmail gang
The bodies of the Rev. Mr. Hall and
Mrs Mills were found In a deserted
field near New Brunswick three days
after they had disappeared.
Today's Inquiry paid particular at
tention to the rumor that securities
inherited by the Rev. Mr. Hall from
the estate of bis mother-in-law were
taken from his strong box prior to
the dav he was killed
M, IT NESS FOUND.
Discovery of a witness who declared
he heard frequent quarrels between
Mrs. Mills and her husband. James
Mills, over the Rev, Mr. Hall. Tues
day led authorities to aubject Mills to
another long examination.
Mills has maintained, since the
bodies were discovered a week ago I
last Saturday that he had no sus
picions concerning the relations be
tween the slain pair reported to have,
planned an elopement to Japan
Mills' 18-year-old daughter. Chor-
lotte, also was examined again. When,
i he two left the courthouse Prosecutor
Beekman said that whip- some prog
ress hud been made toward solution
of th- mystery it wa,s not as much as
h id been hoped for.
HALF i '.I N THEORIES.
"Are you working upon any par
ticular theory. ' he was asked
"No. There are half a dozen chan
nels ulong which we are working
Jealousy plays an Important part In
our Investigations as furnishing a pos
sible motive, but It Is not the only
possible motive."
"Has anyone been eliminated'''' he
w as asked.
"Nobody," he replied.
The witness to whose testimony th"
authorities were given special atten
tion today was Miss Millie Ople. a
neighbor of the Mills.
I ill KY ( F BliACKM UL
One of the elements which returned
Into tho case today was tho theory
of blackmail. Unsuccessful attempts,
detectives said had been made to trace
the whereabouts of $10,000 securities
which the slain rector received from
the estate of his mother-in-law The
authorities attached significance to
the disappearance of these securities,
saying that It strongly hinted that
blackmailers were Involved In the
mystery In some way.
Mills was summoned to the court
house early In the day and was ques
'tloiio,! there for several hours by de
tectlves of both counties, who are per
Isistent In announcing that they are
I "closer than ever before to a solution
;of the double shooting."
"I don't know any more nbout this
than you do," Mills said on leaving
the courthouse He returned after his
questioning to the school where he Is
employed as Janitor. "I have been
over the story again and agnln and I
have not changed It any. I'm Innocent
and they can't put anything over on
mc."
PARENT TEACHERS
IN FIRST MEETING
The Parent-Teachers association of
the Mound Fort school district will
hold Its first meeting of tho school
eason Friday evening, commencing nt
18 o'clock at tho school auditorium.
W. Karl Hopkins, superintendent of
the Ogden public schools, will bo the
I speaker. There will bo musical num
, bers.
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ARCHDEACON WILL
PREACH IN OGDEN
Announcement was made today by'
the Rev. John W. Hyslop. rector of
the Church of the Good Shepherd,
that Archdeacon John C. White, of
Springfield. III., will bo In Hgden Sun
day nnd occupy tho pulpit at the
Church of Good Shepherd.
Dean White has been In tho minis
try In Springfield for tho past 30
years, and Is known throughout the
tato of Illinois as u fighter and a
man of great abilities. He Is a com
bination of a fighter, a diplomat and
a statesman, said the Rev. Hyslop.
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OHIO STEEL MERGER
ATTEMPT ABANDONED
rOUNOSTOWN, Ohio. Sept. 27
Negotiations for the merger of the
Youngstown Sheet and Tube compan
and the Brier Hill st.-e company havo
boon broken off. It was announced to
day in a statement mado public by
both companies.
DANCE
TONIGHT
at the
WHITE CITY
PRIZE FOX TROT
SPOT DANCES
and
OLIE REEVE'S
ORCHESTRA Enlarged
Admission 30c per peson
For Rent October 1
WASHINGTON AVENUE
STORE
24x100 Feet to Alley
No, 2560 Washington Ave.
See Ralph D. Roberts
Phone 181
ROOT PREDICTS I
STRIKE CONTROL
Threats Against Public Food '
and Service May Be
Curbed
ALBANY, N Y Sept. 21. Early
adoption by the Republican congress
of laws at once prohibiting strikes
which "cut off the supply of food or
service necessary to the fe of tho
community and at the name time pro- ,
teet the workman's liberty," was pre
dicted by Kllnu Root. temporary
chairman, In his address at the Re
publican state convention today.
Touching on the recent rail and '
coal .strlk- H. Mr Root said:
"We are all employers and laborers'
and th- general public Is apt to bo 1
Impatient about strikes So long as
strikes were u contest between la-
borers and employers to secure for
labor its fair share of the new wealth i
which has como to mankind through
Invention and discovery and appllca-'
tlon of science and the art of o'rgani-
cation, the sympathies of the Amerl- 1
can public were with labor When
a strike becomes an attempt to coercv
the public Into taking action by cut
ting eff the supply of food or servlcu
necessary to the life of the commun
ity, I am sure that public feeling goes
the other way.
TWO KINDS OF STRIKES.
I think that In this country we are
gradually approaching the point where
th.. law ot the land will provide for
ilistin-ulhipg between the two kinds
of strikes, and protecting the public
against compulsion by threat of peril,
to life or of destruction to the ma- '
chlnery of civilization and at the same
time protect the workman s liberty'
to refuse to work ancl the workman's)
liberty to work.
"I am Inclined to think that noth- I
Inir could be better at this stage of I
the perennial process of Industrial ad-
justnunt than th'- condition which has.
now been reached through the pat-I
lente and sympathetic Influence of tho
president. That condition is full and
impartial Investigation Into the rights
and wrongs upon which the recent i
strikes have rested, accompanied by I
a clear and uncompromising declar-1
atlon by the president of the rule of
law and liberty which Is to be applied
to the results of the Investigation "
AOS I ETV FM FN T S CLAIM KD.
Declaring that the rivo things most;
needed when President Harding took
office were an ending of "the auto
cratic method of government consent
ed for tho purpose of carrying on the '
war, abolition of the Immensely ex- 1
travagant scale of expenditures estab
lished during the war, restoration of
normal Industrial productions, estab
lishment of international peace and
convalescing from the condition of fev
erish excitement incident to th war. "
Mr. Root asserted the Harding ad
ministration had accomplished all
these.
The president, he declared, "put an
end to the autocracy by refusing to i
be an autocrat, by selecting an ab'.e
cabinst and being willing to take
their advice and let them run their
own departments at the same time
deciding Inflexibly after taking coun- J
SSl, on matters upon which the chief
executive wns called to decide."
si p IKK ACTS PRAISED.
Mr. Root referred to the president's
handling of the rail and coal strikes
as evidences of his work In bringing
the nation back to normal Industrial
conditions, and cited the five-power!
conferences at Washington as evi
dences of his skill as a statesman In :
international affairs.
"The fifth thing 1 mentioned," he
continued, "was our own nerve re
covery. And behold, while our gov
ernment has been going on In Its hon-
BSt, sincere and kindly way reconcil
ing difficulties and re-establishing A I
sound conduct of government and llfo I
we find ourselves cured."
U. S. INSORANCE
FIRMS RETREAT
Three Companies Abandon
Business in Continental
Europe
NEW YORK, Sept 27. Three of
the largest American llfo lnsu.anco
companies tho New York Life, the
Mutual and the Equitable have with
drawn from continental Europe, tho
New York Herald says, convinced that
except for th.- British Isles Europe Is a
hopeless field of business endeavor
and probably will be for years to come
The abandonment of a territory in
which business amounted to a billion
dollars at the start of the war, was
decided upon, the newspaper states,
nftcr months of In VSStlgation by the
company's experts. Their once vast
business has been re-Insured or trans
ferred to newly organized native com
panles'wlth the consent of policy hold
ers and under laws which relieve the
American companies of responsibility.
This hau been dono In Europo Irom
Scandinavia to tho Dardanelles, but
In Great Britain, the three companies
maintain old contracts and seek new ;
ones, because of their confidence in I
tho solidity of the British industrial, i
financial and commercial recovery.
The depreciation of money, execs- I
sive taxes, constantly mounting salar- i
les and waK", unfavoral .tlon
and a wave of unfair lawsuit-, were
given as contributing causes for tho
(retreat.
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RAIL BOARD HEARS j
SIGNALMEN'S CASE
CHICAGO, Sept. 27. (By the As
sociated Press ) Presentation of tes
jtimony to the United States railroad
I labor board In the wages and rules
dispute Involving th. Hr..t herhood ot
Railroad Signalmen and 42 curriers
and .subsidiaries ended late Tuesday
at the conclusion of arguments by
representatives of tho eastern, south
eastern and western roads. The union
is requesting Its old War-time wages
with differentials above for super
vlFory classes and u. return of the
eight-hour basic day.
John Higglns, western roads'
spokesman, and .lohn G Walber, rep
l esent utlv i- of tho eastern roads, con
Fined their presentation to the two
train Issue vv , . s and rub Bot
denied that there have been sufficient
changes in economic conditions slnco
tho last wage reduction July 1. 121!
to warrant Increases in rates of
pay or changes in working rules.
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Malaria Is the coupe of 1,300,000
deaths In India annuallv,
Onions are one of the most valu
Jable crops of Egypt.
AlhambrA
TODAY TOMORROW
LAST TIMES
CECIL B. DEMILLE'S
MASTERWORK-
"Manslaughter"
ADDED FEATURES
FAY KING, SOLOIST
GREATER FEATURES COMEDY
FOX NEWS
1 AAA Fine Balcony Seals, nr
1UUU Matinees ZOC
1000 including tax . . . . 35c
1 AAA Balcony Seats, nr
1UUU evenings JJC
1000 including tax . . . 50c
SHOWS TODAY
Attend 2:00, 2:18, 2:25, 4:25, 4:35,
4;50, 5 00, 6:53, 7:08, 7:15, 7:20,
9:03, 9:18, 9:23, 9:30
LOOK, KIDDIES!
A CARLOAD OF
TOYS
has arrived for the Alhambra. They
will be given free to kiddies on Sat
urday matineeo. Come and get one.
VALENTINO HATS
HONOLULU UKULELES
BUGLES, TRUMPETS
DOLLS, HORNS
and hundreds of other novelties.
One for every child.
Admission 10c
5 BANDITS SHOT
AFTER ROBBERY
EUREKA SPRINGS. Ark.. SopL 27.
Two unidentified bank bandits were
killed, another fatally wounded and
two others seriously shot this noon
In a running fight with citizens after
the five men had robbed the First
National bank of this place of $25.f00
In money and $30,000 In bonds Tho
money and bonds were recovered.
r,r. .
Flapper Styles
Pass Out Quickly;
Shop Goes Broke
NEW YORK, Sept. 27. Long gowns
of the ground grlpper variety, vam
plrlsh hats all and the other woman of
the world typo of female fittings
broadcast from Paris late this summer
are winning tho battle against tho
sporty, short skirted, dinky hattJ ap
purtances on flapperdom. It became
appurent toduy with the announcement
of the filing of an Involuntary p.-llt-tlon
of bankruptcy against the Flap
per Shop whero Miss Fannie LuLail
has been dispensing equipment to the
fast disappearing flapper tribe.
The bob-headed Klrls of Greenwich
Ylllage and Times square changed
thrlr allegiance from New York to
the Rue de La PaK so suddenly that
Miss Luball found herself stranded
with lots of non-regulation uniforms
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MOVIES BID HIGH
FOR PASSION PLAY
OBBRAMMBRGAU Germany, Sept
27. This community Is said to be
.considering an offer of $ 1,000.000
from American movie Interests for
the motion picture rights of tho Pas
sion Play. The villagers have taken
up the mattor on account of the heavy
costs entailed In stgalng the produc
tion this year
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IMps are raised e cry where In China
and the bristles aro exported.
The Face in the Mirror
Your face, dt.es it wear the content
ed oxpreaslon of good health, or aro
tho features drawn and pallid? In the
latter case, your story Is read by all
who see you, and what woman of
spirit wants to be pitied for her phys
ical condition ' There Is a way to get
tho nervous, tired lines out of your
faco and tho slump out of your body.
The use of that standard remedy.
Lydla E Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound, will strengthen the nerves and
tone up the oy6tem to resist that ex
cessive fatigue. Advertisement, 1
Mrs. L. J. Foote
Ji I
Reap the Reward of
Perfect Health
Good Looks Follow Good Health
Fresno, Calif. "It is over twenty
years ago since. I first heard of Dr J
Pierce's Favorite Prescription and
Golden Medical Discovery. It was aft- - fH
er motherhood and I was simply a
wreck. My strength was all gone. I j
ne or left my room and rarely left my
bed for six months This was my con- I
dltlon when I heard of Dr. Pierce's I
medicines For several months I al- '
;most lived on the Favorite Prescrlp- j
tlon and the Golden Medical Dlscov- j
i ery. I gradually gained In strength j
I and spirits To tho healing and j
strongth-glvlDg qualities of these rem- j
cdics, I am sure I owe my life and j
present good health It is a pleasure
for me to give this endorsement and
express my gratlude for the good I
have received." Mrs. L. J. Foote, 2615
Merced 6treet-
Dr. Pierce's famous remedies can be H
procured of your neighborhood drug- I
gist in tablets or liquid, and you can
have confidential medical advice free
by writing Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel
in Buffalo, N. Y AdvertlsemenL i
Try This On I
Your Catarrh I
PROMPT RELIEF GIVEN BY "DEO" I
VAPORA
Catarrh Is nothing more nor less thin '
a chronic Inflammation of the noae and
throat. It usually begins with a cold In
the head although it may result from
breathing dust or any forelirn mutter that j
irritates the delicate membranes.
Ordinary methods of treating catarrh
are fullure simply because they don't
reach the affected areas You've got to i
heal those raw. tender upots that are hid
den away where liquids and sprays never
touch them. The best and most effective
method Is to inhale the fumes oof "Deo"
each night and morninc.
Place a spoonful of "Deo" In a tin pon
or cup and hold over a flame. Fill your
lunn and air passages with the r.oothlng.
h .illng vapor. Mold our breath for a
I few seconds and release slowly. This ol-
Iowa th- vapor to penetrate every nook
end corner, where It condenses In fln-
I particles, destroying Kerms and graduallv
healing the Inflamed membrane
Right away vou will begin to feel bet
ter That na.sty dripping in the throat j
will cease the hawking and splttlnir
vvl!l lessen your bend will be clearer ana
you will again be able to breathe freely
; through your nose.
"Deo" la the trade name of Dennis
Eucalptus Ointment, which Is composed i
entirely of antiseptic, healln; oils. Guar- J
nnt. ed to give satisfactory' results or
your druftglst will refund your money
Koid everywhere in ' eenl tubes and 60
eeol 1nrs. Insist upon the genuine "Deo"
made only by the Dennis Mtsr. Co , Berkc
j ley Cal. Advertisement.
Clear your skin - I
Mae yourjace
a business asset M
That skin-trouble may be more than
a source of suffering and embarrassment
it may be holding you back in the
business world, keeping you out of a
better job for which a good appearance
is required. WTiy ' 'take a chance" when
Resinol I
Ointment heals skin-eruptions so easily ?
Sarapld Irt. Tr?L 4-R, Rcdool, Biltimore, Mi
WHOLE SYSTEM
IS BENEFITED
BY TANLAC I
Thousands of frail, nervous people i I
and convalescents everywhere have
testified to the remarkable power of
Tanlac In brlnplng back their health,
strength, and working efficiency. It
seems to quickly Invigorate the consti
tution and is a powerful foo of weak- B I
ness. Mrs Mary Choklat, 1415 '.
P. roadway, I.oa Angelos, Cal., says:
"Before I took Tanlac. I was so
i weak I had to lie helped from one
room to another. My nerves were
shattered and my digestion so poor I
was almost afraid to eat anything, but
now I am In perfect health and will
always be grateful to Tanlac."
There Is not a single portion of tho
body that Is not benefited by the
helpful action of Tanlac. It enables
tho stomach to turn the food Into
healthy blood, bone and muscle, puri
fies the system and helps you back to
normul weight Get a bottle today at
any good druggist. Advertisement.
Time to Face the Facts
"Bo much has been said against th
uso of patent medicines that I havo
hud a strong prejudice against them.
But after four years of doctoring with
six different doctors, without results, (
for acute Indigestion, gastritis, con
stipation, appendicitis and other ail
ments, 1 was said to possess, I was en-
couragsd to try Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy, seeing what It had dono for
a friend similarly afflicted. I also
tvas entirely relieved of my trouble,
and am sure this medicine will do all
'and moro than Is claimed for 1L" It I
It a simple, harmless preparation that
removes the catarrhal mucus from tho
Intestinal tract and allays the Inflam
mation which causes practically all BJ
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments.
Including uppendlcltls One dose will I
convince or money refunded For sale
by A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co., and drug
gists everywhere. Advertisement.
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