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2 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OCDEN, UTAH, MONDAY. DECEMBER I. 1915.
I Moneyback means Schilling's Best; and it I means the grocer returns a dissatisfied customer's J money as quick as he can. 1 What happens then? J She isn't dissatisfied; j can't be. I I Who is? Nobody. The grocer has lost nothing, and she has lost nothing. That's J how we look at it. I St Mlltnc'a Bt wsn roorfirtl dfi)tloa of moorbick. A Schilling &: Company San Francisco PROHIBITIONISTS TO MARCH ON CAPITAL Washington, Nov. 30. An army oi temperance BOldlers 10u0 strong will march on the national capital on De cember 10 to present a plea for an amendment to the conslitutlon for nation-wide prohibition. A:ierward !! army will proceed i flown Pennsylvania avenue to the I White House, where they expect to be received by President Wilson. That evening a mass meeting ad dressed by notable speakers will be held In memorial Continental hall The next day a council of war will r- held at which the council of 100, representing the leading purity or- Wright's gaulzatJons In America will take a I prominent part. MAY TRANSFER OLD VESELS TO CAPITAL Washington. Nov 30. The Constel lation and the Constitution, historic old American frigates now at Bo ton and Newport, respectively, have boon rr ommendpri for tranofoton.ee to Washington In the annual report of the bureau of navigation of the DAT? department, made public today Bettor accommodations for the visits of slghtKera is urged as the motive for the transfer. on- WILL STANDARDIZE ROAD BUILDING LAWS Washington, Nov 80. Co-operative efforts on the part of the American Bar association and the American Highway association will bo made to standardize the chaotic statutes now In force throughout the United States affecting road building and maintenance, It was learned today. The highway aaioctatlon ha appoint ed committee to confer with T. C. Terry of New York, chairman of the Bar association committee on unt I form legislation to thrash the mat ter out. MODEL DAIRY FAILED TO PAY DIVIDENDS New York, Nov 30. Ml. Fannie Curtis Hoodie? lost about $30,000 in the model dairy business This fact will be made known to morrow when a judgment for $30,290 ll entered in the supreme court against her In favor of John R. Drex el Mrs. Hoadley Is the wife of Jo seph R Hoadley of International Power stock fame To Invest In the dairy business she borrowed $25,000 from Drexel and gave him a mort gage on property In West Twenty third 6treet between Seventh and Hlghth avenues. I TELL your husband I tkat you would like tabic silver for a gift. Tell him alo tbat Commumrv Sil er it tbe lest plated ware made, but costs no H more than utter kinds. ,, GEO. A. LOWE CO. j GALCO. j ; ELBERT HUBBARD SAYS "It is easy to make claims, but harder to make good." The finest wheat raised in Utah and Idaho, properly blended and properly milled, makes Utah's most popular flour CRESCENT FLOUR Sold by best grocers. Has to please or your money back. HATCHERY SITE II SELECTED Utah la to have one of the finest fish hatcheries in the United States soon liter R s. Johnion, deputy United States nS), commissioner, de cides upon the site where the build ings will be erected. For two weeks Mr. Johnson has been vl9lttng differ ent places In the state whlrh have been considered for a fiab hatchery, but ho will not decide the location until after he has visited locations In other parts of tho state. Today he will visit several places in Salt Lake county, -which have bon con sidered and win go to Tooele Tues day to look over ground which ha been offered there. Before deciding upon Uie location. Mr. Johnson will also vialt Ogden anl look into a tract of land and the water supply In that vicinity. He has spent the greater part of his time in the vicinity of Utah lake, but has not been able to decide whether he wants to locate the hatch ery there or not Mr Johnson wishes to propagate warm water species as well as trout in the government hatchery. His plan Is to have spawn of catfish sunfleb and bass on hand to supply to the fish ponds of the state and to the streams which are adapted to nurturing of warm water fish. "There should be fish ponds In ev ery locality,' said Mr. Johnson at the Hotel Utah Sunday night. Ev ery fann which can spare the grouml should have a small fish pond in which could be raised catfish, sun fish and bass, all of which are fin fish for eating purposes. Many peo ple like tish better than meat, and If the people In general would acquire a taste for fish and establish fish ronds to raise them, there. would bo a noticeable decrease In the cost of living. "01 course ou would not care to eat trout at 40 cents a pound often, but trout are delicacies and not sub stantial fish food We plan to put a fish hatchery in Utah which will rover about twenty-five acres oi ground and have a capacity of at least G ,000,000 fi6h We will estab lish field stations throughout the ! state, after tho main hatchery la completed " oo WILLIAM A HILL MEETS DEATH IN WATERS OF RIVER Idaho Falls. Ida , Nov. 30 All day a party of men headed by Officer Theodore Jackson searched the tur bulent waters of the Snake for miles south of this cltv ''n a vain effort to find the body of William A. Hill, a brother in-law of Jackson, who was accidentally drowned at 2 o'cIock Saturday afternoon Four shots of giant powder, each containing seven I sticks, were used, but to no avail Hill was working for Sandstrom iV Sorenson, contractors, who were en gaged in raising the dam of the Woodville Irrigation company several feet. While pushing a car loaded with lumber In company with Charles Sorenson, one of the contractors, it appears that the "trip" of the car either slipped or gave way. precipi tating the load of lumber Into Hill and knocking him into the water above the dam He came to the surface and was j washed to the dam on which he j stood tor a few seconds then toppled over into the swift current below i Being a crack swimmer he came to I the surface again and swam fully SOO feet, according to Sorenson and three laborers who were standing on the bank, then suddenly he disappeared) ! apparently having caught a cramp. Just before he went down he waved one arm In a motion as a farewell. Hill was n single man a native of Rigby, aged 29 years, and had been here a year and a half He teamed for Officer Jackson last, fall. He I leaves three ha If brothers, three full brothers, four full sisters and threfl half sisters, most of whom reside In j is the best thing for shopper Drop Irv to any drag store whfn you're flnlahcd ahop lac andbav a ecpof boojtloa mad tram ARMUUI'I nOUJLLO CUBES Wott rtnrtfr km and r will prmo Uwe rafraatwai and ijjw10 kaotaad of all played oct. It taatasef bW asd frcsb yarrtra takWa alraa4jr aaaaoBad. All B)S aavd anciMa. Ft IYm AaxaaUa. A ,VSr a P mi t. mp (jnnoofijoinllones stf1""""9 m Buy H by the box OSS h ffi of nearly all dealers Atirw f'jl ' j! for 85 cents M CAUTION! fe Vk) The great popularity of the Usi ji j$ sent by the box of twenty cteaa, nm, heztfhha m flw packages a hundred sticks KjjEY5K a hundred hours of joy is a EsfioE uiilliih JjjS gift they'll keep on enjoying ia causing unscrapokXis per- rfh& m long after other gifts are put sons to wrap rank imitations Hm fAA that are not even real chewing (fym WBs, aside Nearly all dealers will gum so they resemble genuine dfljc M gladly sell it at above price! cb oflTr' wiiTt IB ? A fool you with these imitations. fj$r tm "The Beneficial Confection" is They. offered to M KfUg pnncipally by street fakirs, ffy t0 Sure tO please old and young. peddlers and the candy depart ffi U) It's ideal for holidays because "lEf 5 10 ) XyL stores. These rank imitations M M) it's delicious aid tO appetite cost dealers one cent a package fflflL flS and digestion. or even es9 m to rfv careless people for almost any N m JHKy&M 10011 mt iffl SfjVi We rr injgrtiig the abrr caution ac'W-r to presort cmr (ixnlu'ima. wVi caotiDQjCT wrtthw fJp itAiB Y " us UutC they bow been Ucarti by imUiitiiw. wtuct they purcbatad ihmrry; Ihtrj arrro fliCLETJ f this vicinity. lie was married here and after wards dhorced his former v. if o, who Is now somewhere in Utah In a mining camp. She was Itnowo m Belle Sllke and was the adopted daughter of Mr and Mrs Silke of Lewlavllle, Ida. uu CONFESSED WHEN HE THOUGHT SELF DYING Auburn, Neb., Nov 30. Kor a mur der committed near Auburn fourteen ear.-v ago, Fuller Shallenberger of Manhattan, Kan , was found guilty Inst night after a trial lasting ten cia.. H Sentence has not yet been im posed. Next week August Kopf of Vallejo, Cal., will be tried for the same offense The victim was Julian Bakhaud, an old miser, who wa? found murdered in hl6 shack. Shal lenberger. thinking he was going to die, confessed to the crime, naming Kopf as an accomplice When Shai lenherger recovered he repudiated the confession u u MIDDIES WELL RECEIVED Annapolis, Md . Nov. SO. Deter mined to show the Nnv playera that the Igood feeling for them on the: part of their fellow- students was un-j abated, tho midshipmen greeted tliem with tiie utmost enthusiasm when they returned to Annapolis tonipht The whole brigade of midshipmen waited at the station and welcomed them with a rousing yell "hen the train rolled In. Taking the boraec from the vehicles which were waiting I to carry the memhera of the party to the naval academy, ropes were j attached and they were dragged by i the mldshipment through the streets of Annapolis, tho w hole brigade fol j lowing The houses along the route were illuminated and a big cloth slcn bearing the word 'Welcome" In huge letters w-as strung over the main gate. All the features of former trl i.mphal returns had been planned, but the speeches and bonfires were omit'eii at the request of the play era, who had little heart for such things Arriving at Bancroft hall, In ! dividual cheers were given for each player and then cheers for the coach es, the Becond team, and Leader Gear ing. The final cheer was the old 6iren yell ending with the words "Nest year," thrice repeated. oo ABSCONDING EAGLE CAUGHT IN THE EAST Philadelphia. Nov. 30 B. V. Stan nell of Yallejo, Pal., who was ar rested hero November 13, charso'l with the embezzlement of $4000 from OE the Frateni.il Order of K.iles of j nllejo left toda In the custody of detectlvea for the western city from IB which bfl fled more than a month ago. Th. authorities in th..- t-ast had line- combed the cltiey In an effort to pit k up the trail after It had beeo lost by the Kagle on the Pacific. Stanuell was formerly one of tba moat prominent. Eagles In California. HI- popularity was bo widespread and his Integrity so far beyond que tion that he wvs made treasurer of the lode-- at Vallejo and had com' flD pleta charge of the fundi. oo 1 - World't Rubber Production. About one-half tbe world's supply of rubber comes from the Brazilian sections of Ceara, Manaoi and Para. a.. Their product sots the price for tha raw material in the consuming mar kets Tho trees grow wild. No sya- temattc preparation of the ground , has ever beeu necessary, and the- aa tlre care of the rubber gatherer has been given to obtaining only the Juica from the rubber tree and getting It W market. iBsnmimmmmmasHmmin mmmmisaamKsmmmamamammmmm SCOOP THOUGHT EVERYTHING IN BOTTLES WAS COUGH MEDICINE JLlV uTVBrNbT ( i.eNED p I CAM S fOH I SV fUM-iT5 wiNt45w word puh v fiiTERE. M "Si jgTL .och e, ujokin' r x hSXT&S!?" -N-. n most Be m Siberian , Poisonovmsky myk'S son 9. fflE siro -that -l'll. fll I Noun XmT3 WA Acoooh (VAno-xcANT means "WAT rr!s ISVi ?CT2T