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H 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1917. j
m I tn ne Genuine Aspirin H J y An additional sign of idenii I H ! "TheBayerCroea ficatlOEl tll6 Bayer CfOSS H J tee of Parity on every package and every H tablet fl TaLIeU sold In Pocket Boxo of 12 Bottles of 24 and 100 H Capsules sold In scaled packages of 12 and 24 1 Bayer-Ta blets H I and Capsules I f Aspirin 1 Tbe trad-inar); "Aspirin" fReR.U.S.Pat.OSke) fa a guarantee that the mono-tcctjcncld- ffl H ester of oalicylicadd in these tablets and capsules is of tho reliable Bayer manufacture. D In1 Standard. H ESTABLISHED 1870. H An Independent Newspaper, pub- H llshed every evening except Sunday. H without a muzzle or a club. ! PEACE IS NOW IN SIGHT. Peace is possible within two months. I When Bethmann-Hollweg, on tomor row, presents to tho reichstag the terms on which Germany will accept peace, the beginning of the end may be in sight. Our opinion is Germany will offer tho statu quo ante-bellum, neither de manding territory nor indemnity. This proposal will bring wry faces from the allies, but when the confer ences are held the enemies of tho cen tral powers will be inclined to yield. Why? First, because the submarine threatens to starve England and h France, or reduce them to a state of H weakened resistance; and, second, H Russia, through internal discord, is un K able to strike an effective blow on H the East front. M We have no way of determining H how effective are the U-boats or what M methods of defeating them are em H ployed or in prospect, but, taking the M late public utterances of the British H officials, and we reach the conclus mW ion that England is in desperate H straits, or fast approaching that con H dition. The ominous silence on the H Russian front indicates that disorgani H zation, and perhaps German intrigue, Hl are rendering the Muscovites helpless. mM Only the allies know their own weak- I Expert Vulcanizing Hli and I BATTERY ATTENTION Agency s ' ' gould storage; j BATTERIES H Free Inspection Given. H PHONE 2 H Goodyear Service Station i Hi Ogden Electric Supply Co. Hi 2448 Washington. HI - ness. If they are as seriously mon aced as surface indications disclose, then they will enter into a consider ation of peace, and peace will come with surprising rapidity-. One of tho first demands, as a pre liminary to negotiations, will be a change in the government of Germany. The allies will insist that the German people be made the real governing power of Germany. This will be for the purpose of making impossible the recurrence of the secret plotting which brought on this great world war. oo WHAT THE ARMY NEEDS AND WILL GET. When the three farmer boys came down from Brigham City and offered to enlist, the Standard indorsed the sentiment that the young fellows, as food producers, were more needed on tho farm than in the ranks of the sol diers. Another phase of this proper placing of every one during the war Is presented In the action taken by the quartermaster at Ft Mason, near San Francisco, who, answering a let ter from the management of the Knight Woolen mills at Provo. says: "It has been brought to the atten tion of this office that some of your experienced male workers are enlist ing in the army, navy and marine ser vices. This is a grave mistake, for those men In the ranks cannot render efficient service unless the manufac turing plants throughout the country can keep running at full capacity and supply the needs of the government. This service at home, in the factor', mill or shop, is not one particle less important or less patriotic than the service rendered by the man with the gun. The time lost In training skilled operatives' to take the places of those who go to the colors means an un necessary and expensive duplication of effort, and must result in a short age of supply, it is therefore, most important that this matter be brought to the attention of your operatives." When the selective draft is made operative, we trust the men to whom shall be given the authority to dis criminate, will select out, first of all, the loiterer, the town loafer, the slack er. There is not a city the size of Ogden which could not contribute a very liberal percentage of the first de mand for men without going outside the list of young men who are simply drifting and have no high ambition in life. Governor Bamberger, in his state ment of yesterday on the loafer, gives us an idea of what is coming. The shirk will be grabbed, pushed into the army, made to stand erect and do a man's service. When he leaves the regiment, to go back to civil life, he will be thankful for the training and the awakening which saved him from becoming a useless human being. oo Fine rug-cleaning. Ogden Steam Laundry. Phone 175. RUMOR OF FOUL TRAITORS AT OUR GATES. When Charles Towne was in Ogden last campaign and spoke In the Or pheum, he hold the attention of his audience by the eloquence of his ap peal, but at tho timo few know he had poetic aspirations. Slnco the present war crisis, he has written several ar ticles and now ho has expressed him self In verso with grace of style and power of thought most stirring. Un der the title, "America Unafraid," he sends tho Standard this patriotio an swer as to what America will do: Amorlca will wake To the stern task before her. She will break Tho bonds of Sloth and dull Indif ference, And, with the soul of Lincoln in her eyes, Dare to be great and wise; Dare to be valiant with the valor still That echoes from the crest of Bunker Hill; The valor that gave Grant and Lee their fame After tho battle-flame; The valor that has kept our country whole While the clean years unroll; The valor that has glv'n us all body, and heart, and soul! II America will be j As one In her old love of Liberty. iShe will remember naught of party and creed 'in her great hour of need; (But one in spirit, one in high accord, Her people will await the final word That bids thorn strike for Justice. Her keen sword Will never be unRheathed, save in tho name of Christ, our Lord! Ill There is a fear Running through our broad country, far and near; A rumor that foul traitors at our gate Whisper, and plan, and wait; A rumor that beneath us' crawls the hostile worm of hate. It may be so! But I believe that now Each man can disavow Old enmities, and, loyal to the end. Count it his right to suffer for the land That hailed him, and stretched forth a welcoming hand When he, heart-broken, from an alien shore, Came as a stranger to our open door. IV I America, beware! Lest, knowing the red burden you must bear, You falter now! We pray for Peace White Peace; Yet if soft days must cease, We shall go forth, fearless, and as one, Until our task for Liberty is done. oo EXCELLENT ADVICE FOR BABY WEEK Baby week, which has been made an annual event in Ogden through the efforts of the Children's Aid so ciety, is being observed in many ways. Even our store windows are making suitable displays, and now comes the local headquarters of Met ropolitan Life with a beautiful picture of "baby" and a leaflet with the fol lowing excellent advice to mothers Do you know that over one-fourth of all babies die before they are one year old? Do you know that one-fifth of these deaths happen In July? Hat weather alone does not kill babies. Death comes most frequently from the effect of hot weather upon the food which they eat. Remember, there is no better food for babies than mother's milk. If you can, nurse your baby not oftener than once in two hours; when the baby Is over three months old, every two and a hal hours; when five months, every three hours. Give the baby all the cool, boiled water it wants. Babies often cry because they are thirsty, or because they are getting too much food, or because they are hot. Dress the baby in as few things as possible on hot days. A little band "CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears -dP mi rr Signature of fr$52tf IORPHFTTM I LAST TIME TODAY I ,, m MATINEE, 2:15; NIGHT, 8:15 1 I I MlJ2jA Lvi8l1 Cirtem-a I H JKCC CI&Zs Production-, of Ql j fMJ-ra " mm tr-uBt H 1 IH M Mmmw HHi mmmsm & m H mm mm fl. Hl flV IH. mi mWM H mm wmmm H Mmr JrvP1 IHBflg mmWmrn mmWmmmt H H. mB H H mmmw H mmm HH IHlHJB mwmm H lHL h IRH H I I PI wtue n 1111 1 If I I El limine if VIILIr i Hi I By HAROLD BELL WRIGHT I H; Special Musical Score by Orpheum Orchestra I H I The World's Most Popular The World's Most Widely I 1 Photoplay. Read Novel I B' aanwM of cotton and wool to absorbo the per spiration, a petticoat and a thin dress i are enough. On hot daj's leave off the dress. See that the legs and arms are ; left free to the air. Do not wean tho baby unless the 1 doctor orders It, and follow his advice regarding the preparation of the milk . for tho bottle baby. Do not feed it on . coffee, beer, syrups or solid food. Teething is a natural thing for a . baby, and will not mako it sick if it i is properly fed and kept clean. Teeth- . Ing Is not harder in summer than in winter. Tho second summer need be no worse than the first summer. Bathe the baby In cool water at least once a day in hot weather. If It has been perspiring, dry carefully before bathing. If It haa prickly heat, put a teaspoonful of blcarbonato of soda in the bath. Babies with prickly heat may have been dressed or cov , ered too warmly. If the baby is sick, stop feeding it altogether. Give it water Instead, and see tho doctor at once. Do not let the neighbors tell you what to do. More babios aro lost throught delay in seeing the doctor and from continuing to feed them after they are sick than from any other reason. If the doctor orders barley water or rice water to be added to the milk, or given alone, it should be carefully prepared. For barley water, buy barley flour. It Is cheaper and easier to use. Take a teaspoonful to a cup of water. Stir the barley flour into a paste with a little cold water and stir this paste into boiling water. It Bhould cook in a double boiler at least fifteen min utes after the water in the under pot has come to a boil. Strain through clean, thin cheese cloth and cool In a pitchor or other vessel. Rice water Is prepared by using a tablespoonful of rice to a oup of water. Wash the rice in cold water until clean. It should cook three hours in a double boiler. Strain off the water and use. Tho rice which is left is good for the older children. Fresh air is most important for the baby In summer. Keep it out in cool, shady places as much as possible. Keep the bedroom windows wide open at night. As a conclusion, the following In junction is given: Remember, upon the health and strength of the babies the glory and greatness of our nation depend. The babies who in a few years will be men and women, what kind will they be7 Healthy and strong, or narrow chested, weak, dependent? Are they to be leaders among men, wise and healthy mothers, or the reverse? Mothers! Do you realize that the health, strength and godness of your boys and girls are almost entirely in your hands? If f your babies are brought up properly and from baby hood are taught the principles of health, and truth, and honor, It will make us a nation of healthy, clean men and women, with clean homes and honest Jiearts. nn BAD NEWS FOR THE UNITED STATES There aro two announcements in today's dispatches which hold our at tention. One is by Vice Admiral Crocheprat of the French mission to the effect that the United States navy is bound to weigh heavily in hasten ing the day when final victory will be wrung from the foe. The vice ad miral admits that the one big ques tion claiming priority above all others is the submarine. Secretary Lane told the governors' conference this morning that the sub marine warfare threatened the exist ence of England and France and was alarming the United States. Then the secretary went on to say he be lieved the war would last several years and every resource this coun try possesses would be necessary to bring the struggle to a successful con clusion. Let us analyze this. What can the United States navy do in combatting the submarine? Nothing, unless the Inventive genius of the Americans brings out something new. J If the submarine succeeds in driv- j Ing shipping from the sea, will Eng- I land and France be driven by starva- tion to capitulate? j If Great Britain and France give up they will do so within the next ; year. Will the United States then, I single-handed and alone, fight the ' central powers? Is that what secre- j tary Lane means? If the submarine j can sweep the seas clear of ships, j American submarines can protect the United States from Invasion. The : Unite'd States is a self-sustaining coun- J try and, in defensive warfare, could ' go on for years to tho limit of its j man power. This Is all very serious news for j the people of the United States. Are j wo at the beginning of years of tur- ! moil? If wo are, let us face the ordeal j with fortitude and a firm resolve to j fight to victory. j uu I See the New Plaza Apts. c Two-room apartments equipped as i these are with disappearing beds, gas ranges and refrigerators are equal to the ordinary three or four room flats. 1 The price is from ?18 to $80 per month. 1 Including light, gas, boat. etc-nAdrer- tlsemenL -on I "I warn you," said tho soothsayer. in a tone with Ice down its back, "that ft an enemy will soon cross your jjath, I and '' o "Ah, warn him!" returned the ft speeder. "I drive a Riproarer car." V Kansas-Oity Star. I A-QOQUSTOTOADfS j 5 Tomorrow the Baby Week' ' m ' attractions begin in this, the " M, I I I best equipped Infants' Department W I in Ogden. To clothe the babe & Tk I I 0 properly is one of the essentials to m, I g its welfare and this department yWm " IS is equipped to supply the new JTvIm I i 1 babe with every garment it will $MMrt Cks mm I I wear from its birth. ffiwAPl liKii I " I New mothers will find a great MWLmW I flf Pl I many modern helps for the fimULWbX HBi ! easier dressing of the babe tMfmSSKL' I mmWi I I new styles of garments &BmwkW lffPl ' constantly being invented, 'jFMHBBy ill W I i g and this department keeps XMfi l ? I abreast of the times always y8i8 - ww ' g by stocks of these new riJf It? jjj ' Free 'Baby Books ,m ' During Baby Week we shall distribute LisLM ' I from the Infants' Dep't 2000 booklets en- WflffiTiFifflrar I ' 5 titled Save the Babies. This book is J' M Fff f I j) compiled an'd issues by the American ) 1 ft Whtrw I I Medical Association. $mW&? lUU 1 The book was written by L. Emmett Holt, ' 73$&&ylJ ' 1 M. D., LL. D. and Henry L. K. Shaw, M. J(' D. both of whom are professors of Diseases iW x" S i of Children. Free to mothers who call iT - 6 I for them in Infants' dept. Physicians ! " 1 usually advise expectant mothers to read r 0 this book. 9 ;: ! i "ft Special Offerings of Juvenile Dep't I j Here's a list of attractions from the Infants' Dep't which are to be offered at special I X prices for Baby Week only. g K Infants' Dresses I Children's Childs' Creepers Infants' Bootees IE Infant's long dress, made DreSSeS Children's creepers In infants' CrocheteH boot- I lE of very fine sheer mater- children's dresses, made tLJl tees, white, trimmed .n I W with fancy yoke, us- in the .very newest Styles. to" "re? "ear" Jjor blue; usual on ata$L20. a.u.. 98c SaiSfnTiKS 8iS 5c 59c 2 ' I Infants' Bibs -" Childs' PlafC Boys Wash Suits I 2 AiiAO-iica XJLUa pv,iJ "d a Boys' two-piece suits, J 1 Infants' heavy padded "IICIS KOttiperS AprOnS ade of washable ging- jj ,H J bibs, made of good ma- ChIIdren's rompers, made Children's play aprons, hai?- stripe, checks and 0 H X terial lace trimmed- us- of ain and striped heavy made of good material, plmn white with col-yr 1 .m a leriai mce inmmea, us g,nghanii sizes from 2 l0 cross-over back, with pock- ored trimming IdC A p. , 1Sr 6 years' usual 75c &Qn et. usual 35c -ja 7 ., , , ,, B jg value ivc value bSc value IDc Childs' Bloomers V S Tnf Q-nfa' Qiiifo -.-.-v.-, Children's black sateen tt ,' I JUianiS nirtS p- . bloomers, sizes 4 to S V I I " 9 finenrib, part wool.sizes lUlSHtS COcltS $1$ e25 j lto 14 years.'::::.':: 39c ;. jrocvaue6'.u.s.ua.1....29c Valuestoe I Infantf White I I l Children's ' ;: ohoes I -pw j Coats for the babies from 6 months to 3 s Children's white pique fi I UreSSeS years. Short and long styles in bedford 5?Jgf: J?utSn78tyIe' I U A splendid assortment of I cords, cashmeres, etc. All good styles value 50c I i y children's white dresses some with hood attached these have be-J fj !l some of these are slight- I come slightly soiled in handling. A care- Inf ants' SaCQUeS rt ; " 6y earsd; ValueT, Vr lauilderil1 R make them e new. Infants' knit sacques, i I to S? special SI 75 ValueS fr0m ?2'50 to 3'60' 0n sale I whIte wIth PInk and blue 2 I ' '" v on .Second Floor SI 25 s trimming; usual 75c pa fl If. 1 Stork Gifts l J vaIU0 DUn l' i br2sh,sI1'hanTpbain?endd, Infants' Diapers Children's Coats Chlds' ?un" 8 ' I fj 49c to 98c, novelty rat- Infants' outing flanned A small assortment of DOnnetS X M $ ties, dolis. powder and diapers, made of heavy children's coats in dark Children's sun bonnets, in U M 0 soap boxes, dicker crad- quality, all hemmed, blue serge with colored pink and blue, buttoned " t A les, pin box, trays and ready for use M 71: collars, sizes from 1 to over at the on -6 ?' y dress hangers, all prices. dozen P1.IJ 5 years, values to $5.00. back ZjC B ISale of Children's Under Muslins! 1 Hundreds of mothers visited this sale today, buying these neat little un- J jj dermuslins at prices less than cost of making. The sellino- continues to- I I morrow. to 1 i LOT NO. 1 These for children 2 to 1 0 years. Neat little skirts with waists f ( j j p combined trimmed with plain tucked edges. Children's plain pan- f J I C ties, made of sturdy muslins some of these are plain and others have ! ' I 1 (f neat llttle ruffled edges. These are all values worth at least 1 5c. On 1 I j sale now, per garment . . j- I j LOT NO. 2 Daity little waists and skirts combinations with trimmings of neat ! I JA and Sturdy Iace' Pantie waists mak of a very good quality of muslin ' I ' 1 11 stotly sewed. Children's panties with very neat trimmings of long I i" wearing laces. These are all values worth at least 25c. On sale '! I ZTP nOW ' "f',""" ' " - - - - IOC . I j LOT NO. 3 Pin muslin gowns for the little tots of 2 to 10 years, some of them J I 1: have neat trimmings of lace. Pantie waists made in neat little styles J I fll a'VCry Srdy mlin-Panties with attractive little child trimmings 1 mf of lace One could not begin to make these for the amount now I asked 35c values - - I I . LOT NO. 4 There is at least 25c worth of material in every garment Princess J ', I 2c slips with lace trimmings Skirts with waist belt and embroidery ) jj : I 0 trimmed Plain muslin gowns with neat lace trimmings at neck and I l sleeve 40c values on sale . - f V I ' j LOT NO. 5 Two styles-of.goAvne.are in-this lot-the button front styles and the j ! 51 slip-over styles. Trimmed with embroideries and tucks some have I H ' C insertions with ribbon threaded. Princess slips with trimmings of em- I I ' broidery-Dainty little panties with neat trimmingof embroidery in- ! sertlon and ribbons; 75c values i (ji I ' ' ' " L j.;.... . i i i i j " A- ' ' ' '