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I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 191).
aae . . . - . 9 I Our Ten Best 1 Sellers The Inside of the Cup Churchhill. Laddie Porter. The Judgement Houe Parker. The Woman Thou Gave Me Calne. The Iron Trail Beach The Business of Life Chamber. The Heart of the Hall Pox. Threads of Grey and Gold Reed. A Fool and His Money v.. McCutcheon. Their Yesterdays Wright. 1000 Volume Latest Reprint, 8 50c D D k M 111 C I I B00KS flN0 DnAlflffCLL STATIONERY 2362 Washington Ave. Phone 1491 W. M ' III Wxt fau&axL William Glaamann. Publisher. .N INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER (Established 1870.) Ibis paper will always fight for prcgrees and reform, it will not know ingly tolerate injustice or corruption and will always fight demagogues ot ali parties; it will oppote privileged cixaees aca public plunderers; U will never laca tympany with the poor, It will always reraa'n devoted to the! pnbl'o welfare ana will never be sa lKiea with merly printing nw. I' will always be drastically independ ent and will never be afraid to attack wrong, whether commuted b u rich or tns pocr. DO NOT FAIL TO VOTE ON TUESDAY Do not overlook the fact that, on reit Tuesday the primary election for city nominations will be held. This time the primaries will be con ducted without the great army of workers which pirty politics In the past has brought out. There will be comparatively few automobiles or carriages to convoy voters to the polls, but the absence of conveyances will not keep the conscientious citi zen from performing his duty even though he be plaed at some Incon venience to record his choice of can- p oidates. There should b a large vote in or- ! der to obtain a fair judgment as to the qualifications of the candidates. II If the registered voters do tbelr full duty, there can b: no complaint, re gardless of the eliminations for the general election on November 4, NOW USING TINCTURE OF IODINE. Use tincture of iodine on wounds That is the instruction that is now given by surgeons We find In a daily letter by one of our leading doctors this advice, which should prove val uable Tincture of Iodine Is to be had moHt anywhere. Most first aid packets contain It. Those that do not should. 1 If It is not in the first aid packet I most stores that carry even a small box of drugs have tincture of iodine The surgeons are now using this solution for antiseptic purposes nearly altogether. They 'seldom make a cut I through the skin without first paint ing the skin with iodine, it rapidly kills the forms of bacteria, found on the akin and in the clothing. A man who has a skin wound can pour some Iodine Into it or swab t with iodine, put on a clean soft, loose dressing, and foel that the wound is sterile and not liable to become in fectcd The man who gets a compound frac ture in the mountains ot anywhere away from a good base can pour some iodine into the wound, cover it over with clean cloth, bandage the limb securely to a board so as to hold the frajrments Rio.uly and then In good order fall back on some place vhere pood treatnrwnt can be had WERE HUERTA AN ORDINARY CITIZEN To our great surprise there are editors in this country defending Tfuerta, The dictator Is said to be a nocesetty In Mexico. In this case dictator means nothing less than murderer. Any country which de mands foul tragedies as a meaus of perpetuating Its government is un worthy of independent existence Huerta. were he an ordinary citi zen, would be thrown into prison. He is an assassin and in moral make lp a low, treacherous scoundrel. Any man who, In any other civilized country other than Mexico, would be wearing convict stripes, is unfit to be recognlxed as the head of a na tion. There are those who draw a dis tinction between the cutthroat who murders in order to take unto him self the governing power of a na tion, and the low brute who cuts a throat to gain a few dollars. We see no difference In tho two. No self-respecting people can af ford to sanction assassination by recognizing a man of Huorta's base make up. i oo PRICE OF GOODS NOT TO DROP. One of Ogden's largest wholesalers has received notice that Importers are slow in Issuing lower schedules of prices and many are endeavoring to retain their price schedule, taking ad vantage themselves of lower tariff du ties. "The foreign manufacturers." says an authority, seem to keep In close (touch with American tariff changes land a great many importern have re 1 ceived cablegrams the past week ad vancing prices enough to cover the! tariff reductions A n imber of American manufacturers who com pete with imported goods have BOtl fled us that they do not it present contemplate price reductions " It begins to look aa though the. promised reduction in the high cost of living is not to be realised through ; i the Underwood-Simmons tariff. II 'there is not a Bcaling down of pricea, then by the next congressional elec Hons there will be many a Democratic : congressman in dire distress This revulsion in public sentiment may j ! save our beet aagar industry. The 'free trade In sugar does not go Into effect before three years, by which time the Democrats may be turned loot of offlo bv a diseusted electorate This tariff question will never be rightly settled until it la taken out of politics by a commission made up of experts With the return of the Republican party to power some such action will be taken, If the part) leaders prove wise enough to so guide thir course as to avoid the pitfall? of tariff tinkering and special privi lego. oo COMMERCIAL CLUB MAKES A MISTAKE The Commercial club of Salt Lake l.ltr, after listening to an address by S. W. McClnre, secretary' of the Na tional Wool growers' association, yes terday named a committee to co operate with the Utah Development leogue In laboring for the establish ment of a packing house In Salt Lake. There is a very large packing plant in Ogden. and. as there is not 100m in thie state for more than one nlant of that kind, if the local establishment is to grow and become a greit market for all the sheep, cat tle and hogs of the mountain region, we fail to understand what action the Lvah Development league can take In this rivalry without becoming a Silt Lake institution devoted to the breaking down ot buBlneee interests outside that city. The Utah Development league would bo playing a most unworthy part If, instead of laboring for the upbuilding of the entire state, it should narrow Its activities to th tearing down of business Institutions already established In order that Salt Liike might profit thereby. The Commercial club has been lis tening to a man who is poorly ad vised on the subject ho has talked on. Evidently Mr. McClure does not know there is a packing plant in Ogden. and. fur thermore, he does not understand why there have been heavy ship ments of late of live hogs from this region to the Pacific coast Before the packing plant was established in Og den, the railroad transportation charges on live hogs were almost prohibitive. Since the local plant has developed a trade on the Pa cific coast in dressed beef, the rail road people have suddenly decided t)Mt the rates should be reduced and within the last few months a heavy cut has been made, resulting in ship uents of live hogs by the trainload. The dressed meat rate has been maintained, while the charges on live weight have been cut. That Is how the railroads discourage the building up of Intcrmounlain Indus- ! trie. Mr. McClure is Ignorant of all tlie.e details, yet he pretends to en lighten the people of Salt Lake and I the Salt Lakera are following his j vlli-o'-thc-wisp Another packing plant In Salt Lake ! undoubtedly would go the way of Other parkin houses which have been started there, rving no Rood pui pose while perhaps retarding the growth of the Ogden Industry. We cannot understand why hee Commercial club is so persistently , finding something to work on that It In direct conflict with the pros perity of Ogden. There is a broad field outside the industries that are being rapidly developed In Ogden. from which tho Salt Lake club can draw new sources of employment to I the capital, and, out of regard for the welfare of this city, the Commercial j club should work In that direction In I preference to poaching ou Ogden perservea. South Omaha Livestock. South Omaha. Oct. 18. Cattle Re- I celpts LOO Market steady Natlte steers. ?7.60fif9.2o; cows and heifers, I I6.00O7.S6; western steers. $6.oort; Fur., leNa steers, 5". 75.7 7 1" . nine. COW I and heifers, $6,6007.00; C1VM (6 7600.76. Sheep Receipts none. Market steadv Yearlinss, ?4.00S& 60 ; weth er?, 64-OOr?i 4.70 . lambs, .60".00. NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is hereby given by the Hoard or Commlpploncrs of Ogden City, of tho intention of said Board to make the following described Im provements, to-wit To create both sides of MadlsoD Avenue between 22nd and 124th Streets as a curb and gutter district, and to build therein concrete curbs and gutters of the standard form, to gether with tho necessary Intersec tions grading and all work pertain ing thereto and to defray the whole of the cost thereof, estimated at $2, 500.00 by a local assessment upon the lots or pieces of ground lying and j being within the boundaries of the following district, being the district to be benefited and affected by said i l improvements, viz.: All the land lying between the out or boundary Hues of the above aven ue where curbs and gutters are not now built and a line drawn 50 feet cutward from and parallel to the said j outer boundary lines. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such Intention must be presented In writing to the City Recorder on or before the 6th day of November at 10 o'clock a. m , that belnc tho time set by the said Board of Commissioners when they will I hear and consider such objections as may be made thereto at the May -or s office in the City Hall, Ogden City, Utah. By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Ogden City, Utah Dated this 14th dav of October, l 1918. A. G. FELL. Mayor. H. J CRAVEN, City Engineer. First publication October 14, 1913. Last publication November 5, 1913. WHY DO PI, SORROW 10 SHU CONTINUE? A SERIN There always have been many who have coveted the opportunity enjoyed by those of the time of Chrl6t. not only that they might have witnessed his works of power, but for a deeper rea son. that of going directly to him with the deep and vital questions of their life. The next best opportunity Is Over Bought Clothing Sale I SOME SPECIAL VALUES SPECIAL VALUES IN SOME SPECIAL VALUES n. i , , .! W SHIRTS AND MEN'S AND BOYS' iN OVFRrn at ANn M. ot co,nS m 0,. WAlsTs UNDERWEAR IN OVERCOATS AND I M. th. tl,.. A big line of French Flannel vSSFX& Bm7Sh v u and Outing Flannel Shirts fori Now on sale at , ounS Mens and Boys' short , , le P.40 003,8 Sale price clothing sale far exceeded our , . Y JLT-m QO "Mentor" Underwear, QO :' rt-t hn. to- , JOL 'two-piece Suits in fln Lamb's; $0,jQ greatest hopes We want to make , Wool. $3 25 values Now . T I Mn i Shirts with soft sollars, 1 Men s TP Coats, about 5n. the second week still bigger In worlh up t0 2-25- maQe of ping- Qx nhP 10 $175 ('a h To 1he l W ft - ette, a JJJ T? feanh"s ; rery way and will offer some nW 6ummr " on sale uiffJgSfg oice of these a, I uee in clothing, over- AO $3.98 I r-ntc -r, v Men s Dress Shirts worth un to I Pl40 One lot of Boys' Overcoats coet, nna hmUhta . P,J2 i , oo, Fleoced Underwear. SSf T ' " I " soon . ISSTL! worlh u 10 66c g i, no H RJght now 1? the beat time of Patterns, now on sale at J Q8 l th Wh0le BCon get a new fiSp j . v, tolLX? rhot ' VIA Boys' Natural Wool. 2-piece "ortedx and Cassimerj., worth eult n, o,co.t, Au .re Blon.e Wal.U , 4n TZZ I?' " '' Zo tSK'mZ't: colors and patterns, worth 50c and mg price now good, you know what styles 65c' D0W 0n eale ' JOC C7 0 fcf DWt Pncos have reached UjL worth 85c. now e have placed about 70 vounc t1 r. m , tl io Men's Suits on tho table at J3 98. tho lowest limit fi! iTin5 yn shirts, just hXp which are extremely good values. (V th k,nd 'ou want for this weath- Villi They won't last long as thev are Ssf er now on Bale al Boys' "Mentor" 2-plece Suits, I orth 'l0 and $1S.60 a Suit. So p0 cotton Fleeced, up to 50c values. come earl' and get your choice at C0 INAL rT Bl lS Tli sy needs attention only three times each daywill hold fire twenty-four j hours. Price $12.00 and up. I j special rocker sale 1 JPTl Solid Oak Rockers .polished j effflfl Wjf m No. 35, Price reduced to $7.50 M M l No. 211, Price reduced to $8.00 No. 217, Price reduced to $10.00 3Z3jr Heavj Fumed Oak Mission Rockers, uphol- jlr l&f stered in genuine leather, from $10.00 up. ' V 1 1 ' Universal Ranges M n l-jTt W Every one guaranteed white sanitary ovens extra heavy con & Iv ''"TSk? 'fy ?truction best of material and workmanship. T-irfir w ur Pennant Universal 14-inch oven $35.00 VatLT w Helpmate, with nickled leg base, 14-inch oren $42.50 S&W&dir (See our stove department.) $150.00 GIVEN AWAY SEE OUR WINDOW. OGDEN FURNITURE & CARPET CO. Your Credit Is Good. that of having someone else ask the questions for us. Tho questions that main today would have asked and that were asked and answered ab recorded in the Gospels, will be the iheme of a series or Sunday evening sermons on 'Questions the Modern Mind Asks the Christ," and to which he gave direct. answers when here on earth. The subjects include: ' What Is the most essential work in the service of God?" "Why can I not have a testimony that the senses uu reveal, that thou are the Christ?" "Why do pain, sorrow and sin con tinue?" The first question will be the theme tomorrow night uu CARD OF THANKS. We wish to extend our hearfelt thanks to those who so kindly as sisted us during the Illness and death of our loved son and brother We wish to especially thank those v. bo sent tho beautiful flowers, and those who sauK so sweetly and the i many who spoke comforting words I May they all have the fame kindness shown them in their hour of sorrow MR. AND MRS. HENRY FORU AND FAMILY. FOiCARS Will not be bold for I2&O.0O, $350.0U or three for Sl.00fl.no to any buyer or buyers, either wholesale or reiall Ford cars will not be sold at any special price at the factory on any particular day to any buyer of ciub of buyers In spite of the fact that such re port! have been very generally cir culated Ford cars will not be sold through lie Standard Oil company or any other company than ourselves attd our regularly licensed dealers throughout the country. Dealers have only to read their contracts to appreciate the absurdity ot Mich reports. The entire Ford organization is au thorized to deny any and all rumors detrimental to or affecting our busl- I Hi's in any way When there arc any change to bo I n ado in our plans, policies, contracts i lilcs or anything else affecting our relations with dealers and sub -deal- j en, they will bo tho first ones to i know it. Dealers need only to rrad their contracts and do business according- j ly, as our agreements are ample uorautee that such rumors as the i above are "lies out of whol cloth.'' FORD MOTOR COMPANY oo The difference between a great mar. ; and a little man is not Indefinable. The grpfit man Isn't anxious to tell all bi knows MONEY IN WHEAT $10.00 buys puts or calls on 10.000 1 bushels of wheat. , No Further Risk. A movement of Be from price gives yoti chance to take $600 00: 4c $400 00; 3c $300.00 Write for particulars The Central Stock A. Grain Co. Park Bldg , Cleveland, O, J, You cannot afford to miss the I EAGLES' BALL Wednesday Eve, October 22. 7-Piece Orchestra. 1 Couple 50c Extra Lady 25c ' THE SECTIONAL FEATHER MATTRESS I These mattresses made from your feather beds, have summer and winter sides, can be rolled up like a rug and are easily handled. They are vermin proof, strictly sanitary and neither spread or get too long for the bed. The first cost is the alst cost, as they are almost wear proof. The first cost is-the last cost, as they arc almost wear the sides are square and neat. A more comfortable I mattress has never been invented. The feathers are held to their places without tics or tufts, and they never pack nor mat. Just call us up by phone and we will be glad to send a sample to you for inspection, then you can see what a comfort they would be in your home. They are the mattress for people who cares. They are the mattresses you should have. j S Visitors are welcome to our plant, 280-282 26th St MULKEY MATTRESS CO. f Phone 203.