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11 ( 14 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGPEN. UTAH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917. f, (1
I f " I! ; New York's Candidates for Mayor: i (left to right) John Furroy Mitchell, 1 Morris Hlllqultt, J. F. Hylan and W. j M. Bennett. By Frederick M. Kirby. t J NEW YORK, Oct. 9. A Tammany j or Socialist mayor for New York I which? j1 That seems to be tho outlook for the election November G, as the result of 1 a primary in which fraud and trickery x j played a big part, and which has re- I suited in a four-cornered race. I Mayor John Purroy Mitchell, the Fusion candidate elected in 1014 with ) a non-partisan administration, faces I the probability of defeat because of tho nomination against him of William M. Bennett, a Republican. Sixty to ) 70 per cent of Mitchell's support In I 1 1911 came from Republican sources. 1 1 He opposed Tammany then and won. But in the Republican primary just held, William M. Bennett, a Manhattan 1 Republican decided to run against him. t The Fusion committee failed to take j Bennett seriously. It Sixty to Ninety Per Cent in M Various Regiments Make U Subscriptions. : j NEW YORK, Oct. 12. Liberty bonds U i buying in the United States army has I thus far averaged from sixty to ninety 1; per cent in tho various regiments 'j I throughout the country, it was an I ! nounced here today at headquarters of i ' the department of the east. The men ! I 1 training in the national array have sub- I scribed approximately $2,000,000 ' Total subscriptions of 286.383,150 ! were announced today by the commlt ' tee for the New York federal reserve ' district. This is an overnight gain of $W50j00. Among new large sub erint nn? renorted was $3,000,000 dj ! the uSted SUtes Mortgage and Trust ' company? The tobacco trade commit tee hi subscribed $3,400,000 during the last three days, the pledges com SI frorn sixteen of the leading tobac co companies of the country. . I The liberty loan committee here made public today a telegram received Som James W. Gerard, former ambas i sador to Germany, saying that failure of the second liberty loan means that we resign from the war." . ; oo- II 'CHURCHES FAVOR . j WOMAN SUFFRAGE, COLUMBUS. O., Oct. 12. The Na4 i tional Council of Congregational i i Church in session here today adopted i- by a large majority a resolution tav- orlng woman suffrage. The suffrage, question was unlooked for and de- f j veloped hot debate. ' I I Active participation in prohibition I work and support to the Anti-Saloon ' league also was pledged by the coun cil today. The resolution urged Pres ! ident Wilson to forbid during the I period of the war the use of food j values in the manufacture of alcoholic j liquors and, tho sale of such, liquor. Ij ' WHAT JOHNNY SAID. I ' "I never heard of but one perfect boy," said Johnny, pensively, as he sat in the corner doing penance. "And who was that?" asked mamma, "Papa when he was little," was the . answer, And silence reigned for the space of five minutes. I you ever liavc I . the6Mues"? That discouraged feeling often comes from a disordered stom al ach, or an inactive liver. Get your digestion in shape aihd the bile acting properly then the "blues" will disappear. You H i will soon be cheerful, if you take H the people's remedy for life's HI common ailments. They act HI thoroughly on the stomach, HI liver and bowels, and soon reg- Hl ulate and strengthen these im- Dortant organs. Purely vege- mm table contain no harmful I drugs. Whenever you feel I j despondent a few doses will II I': . Make TMngs. H ; Imk Brighter H( ' .arret Sale of Any Mdlelne In tho World. Sold Tar7heT. In bozc4, 10c 25c When the ballots were counted Mit chell apparently had won by a small margin. Bennett demanded a recount. The results were surprising. Hun dreds of ballots marked for Bennett had had the penciled "X" nibbed out and the "X" inserted buCforc Mitchell's name. Before the count was complete Mitchell conceded the nomination to Bennett, but announced his intention of running independently. The Tammany nominee is Judge J. F. Hylan of Brooklyn. William Ran dolph Hearst is supporting Hylan, and with the Republicans split between Mitchell and Bennett, th Tammany organization vote is likely to "put Hy lan over." But another factor enters. This year, for the first time, the Socialists have a chance to put a mayor into office. This is true, partly because of the mixed situation and the three candi dates in the field against the Socialist,! and partly because the campaign is going to be fought on the issue of the! war. GOOD NEWS FOR FAT F0LKS! If You Want to Reduce Ten to Sixty Pounds Easily and Quickly, Read This. Most fat people would like to enjoy healthful, normal weight. After un pleasant experiences with starvation dieting, drastic drugging and tiresome exercising, most of those burdened with surplus weight give up hope of ever finding relief. 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I Regulations Amended by De I partment of Agriculture Ef- c i.: r. i r- icuuve on wcxoDer id. I WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 The depart ment of agriculture today announced amended migratory regulations, effec tive October 15. One change permits hunting, from half an hour before sunrise to sunset during the open season, subject to state laws. Other changes Include: 4 In sta.te3 with open season, Sep'lem- ' ber 7 to December 20 Wisconsin, Min nesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Ida ho open season is changed -from Sep tember 16 to December 31, both days Inclusive except in South Dakota where the season closes on December 20. In eastern Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Pennsylvania the open I season also is September 1G to De cember 31. Open season October 1 to January! 15 is unchanged in Rhode Island, Con necticut, Long Island, New York, New Jersey, Utah, Oregon and Washington west of the Cascade mountains. The department announces that the J regulations do not permit hunting of 1 migratory birds when it is unlawful; under state laws. oo 'MARINE WORKER MAY iTDE.UP N. Y. PORT NEW YORK, Oct. 12. Endorsement of the stand taken by the Marine Workers' Affiliation of ihe Port of New York, which has threatened to tie up the port November 3 unless in creases in wages are granted harbor boatsmcn was given today by Captain T. V. O'Connor, president of the In ternational Longshoremen's associa tion. O'Connor declared that approxi mately 60 per cent of the boat-own-ins companies are paying the in creased wages demanded by the boats men but that the same scale must be extended to all. EVIDENTLY NOT. Hubb I wonder why they call an ironing machine a mangle. Batch My boy, eivdently you have never cent anything to a laundry. There has been some attempt to talk about municipal ownership (which Tammany has endorsed), and to which Mitchell leans; and there is more or less desultory campaigning about the "Garylzed public schools." Judge Hylan, too, is doing his best to appear excited about his charge that "tho foundations are running the city." But Mitchell has staked bis whole campaign on a demand that the peo ple endorse his straight-out American Ism, and his loyal support of tho ad ministration in the war. And Morris Hillquit. Socialist can didate, has accepted tho Mitchell chal- lenge, and the whole Socialist cam paign turns on opposition to conscrip tion, and on demands for peace. I The Now York World has conceded Hillquit a vote of at least 125,000 and 225.000 would sweep the Socialists into power in every branch of the city ad ministration. A large section of New York's population of foreign parentage Is Socialist Feigns Blindness anc Fools German Military Doctors and Specialists in Tests. PARIS. Sept. 25 (By Mail.) A professor of the Sarhonne, the great French university, recently secured his release from a Gorman military prison by a remarkable exercise of will power. He fell into the hands of the Germans in 1915. Deciding at once to get free in some wav, hej feigned blindness. " i From that time it was impossible for the German military doctors or eye specialists to catch him off his guard. They subjected him to the severest known tests, such as sudden apparitions of unfamiliar and unex pected objects, sudden transitions from complete obscurity to dazzling light. He was tortured by scientific ways of verifying sightlessness but never once departed from a fixed blank gaze, presenting an absolute absence of expression in his eves. Ho1 was finally declared totally bl'ind and included in a recent exchange of per manently disabled prisoners. I oo WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD.' No man can do his best when suffer ing from backache, rheumatic pains, swollen joints, sore muscles or other symptoms of kidney trouble. B. H. Stone, 8-10 N. Second street Reading, Pa., writes: "I contracted a most se vere case of kidney trouble. I gradu I ally grew worse and for months was i unable to attend to business. I began to use Foley Kidney Pills and soon found the pains were gone and 1 have had no aches since. They have been worth their weight In gold to mo." A. R. MMNTYRE DRUG CO. (Advertisement.) oo RUMANIANS THANK UNITED STATES PETROGRAD, Oct. 12 General Jan covesco, Rumanian war minister, call ed today on the American ambassador, David II. Francis, and explained the situation in Rumania, thanking him for American aid. In an Interview the general said: "One Red Cross mission has arrived at our front, but that is only a small part of what wo need. There Is little cholera or other disease among our armies and people now, but spring may bring more. Hundreds of American relief workers will be needed then. We are obtaining medicines from Japan, but lack funds which America could j supply." I J Menin Training 8 Fighting isn't the only duty of a 8 coldicr. and exposure to bullets is I not as Gcrious as exposure to ell R kinds of weather and dampness. I Rheumatic aches; sore and stiff I muscles, strains and sprains, chil I blains and neuralgia, all are enemies j of the soldier, and the relief for all I these pains end aches is Sloan's Liniment. Clean and convenient to carry or use; does not stain, and penetrates without rubbing. I Generous atzed bottles, at all drazgutx. j 25c. 50c. 51.00. Northern Utah News Brighm City Society ! (Special to The Standard.) BRIGHAM CITY. OcL 13. Mrs. George W. Stokes entertained Thurs day evening at a parcel shower for Mrs. Ruthven Forsgren. 'The guests besides the guest of honor were Miss Florence Stokes. Miss Fayono Valen tine, Miss Cleo Stokes, Mrs. C. C. Val enti.e Mrs. Amy Wright, Mrs. Maud Sorcnsen and Mrs. Oscar Forsgren. Mrs. Charles D. Brown entertained tho Deseret camp of the Daughters of the Pioneers Thursday evening at her home In the Fourth ward. Mrs.- Sam uel Campbell gave a review of the incidents of early pionoer life.. Many members were presont and refresh ments were served by the hostess. ' Thursday .afternoon the Kindergar ten club met at tho semi-monthly meeting. Mrs. A. L. Stout, repently elected president, handed in her res ignation, and Vice President Mrs. C. O. Roskelley was elected to the presi dency with Mrs. George Anderson as vice president. The Sego Lily camp of the daugh ters of the pioneers met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Orson Nelson in the second ward. The meeting was a so- llctl III liunui ui .'HO. - 11U110I.-U. An Interesting program was carried out, and a most enjoyable afternoon spent. Among the guests were Mrs. S. C. Wixom, Mrs. A. W. Valentine, Mrs. Catherine R. Hansen, Mrs. Jos eph Valentine, Mrs. Ella Watkins, Mrs. Ella Watkins, Mrs. Charlotte Reeder, Mrs. John W. Phillips, Mrs. Arthur Stayner, Mrs. Norman Lee, Mrs. Mary Jensen, Mrs. Mary Wallace, Mrs. Elias Jensen, Mrs. Alice MIffin. Mrs. Robert King, Miss Ada Valentine, Miss Norma Nelson, Misses Rhea and Coridine Valentine and Miss Trieste Box. J. A- Stewart, of the Stewart Motor company, spent Thursday In Salt Lake visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Black of Kirt land, N. M., are spending a few days in this city and Logan visiting with friends and relatives. Mrs. Black was formerly Miss Rees, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Rees, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Sccrist spent a few days of the week in Salt Lake City visiting friends and rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Oluff Parsons of Og den will remove to this city. Mr. Par sons formerly resided here, and will have charge of the Brighara branch of the Consumers Wholesale Grocery company. , Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Jacobsen of Bloomington, Idaho, have come to this city to make their future home. Miss Nora Luscher of Springville is in this city spending a few days vis iting Mr. and Mrs. John F. Erdmann. I Mrs. A. L. Boothe ot Provo is spend i ing a few days in this city visiting her sister, Mrs. V. V. Phillips. Mrs. H. Hallstrom left Wednesday for a tour of California, after which Mr. Hallstrom will take a Wyoming agency for the American Express com pany. v oo (Special to The Standard.) An automobile accident occurred here Wednesday afternoon in which two were injured and a third person, Mrs. W. King, was run over in such a manner that she was uninjured. The injured were Ross Woods, 12 years old, who sustained a badly bruised body, and Mrs. M. Compton sustained a broken right arm. They were cared for bv Dr. W. M. Cragun. The car was a seven passenger Studebaker be longing to Bishop A. R, Capener of Garland. The Garland bank has moved into its new quarters, a two story brick building. The bank was destroyed by fire last Christmas morning, 1917.' The Garland sugar factory will start its sugar campaign for 1917-1918 on Friday, October 12. The- qualified electors of Garland will register for the municipal elec tion October 16 and 30. The election will be held November 6, 1917. Mrs. Ernest Jensen entertained at a shower in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Vig go Nelson and about forty guests were present. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Schneider en tertained at dinner Wednesday for a few invited friends. Covers were laid for seven. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Balrd entertained at dinner Monday In honor of her mother, Mrs. Johnson, of Brigham City. Mrs. Ray Barnard is visiting rela tives in Brigham City. Mr. and Mrs. R, Slight, of Paris, Idaho, are visiting hero for a few days. Mrs. A- Murie are visiting relatives in Salt Lake this week. airs. A. Wilcox of Enterprise, Utah, is spending a few days in Garland vis iting with friends. Mrs. F. Gross of Wetnatchee, Wash., is here visiting with friends. Mrs. Thomas E. Secrist, of Brig ham City, Is visiting friends here this week. Mrs. J. H. Hancock of Ccntcrville is a guest of her sister, Mrs. George B. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Elmer are vis iting their children in Ogden this t 1 Stop the "Snuffles" If you want to innkc your digressed bobies cosy and comfortable, give Foley's Honey and Tar. It is just what thbv ought to have fcfr feverish colds, coughs, ' snuffles," and wheezy breathing. It Gtops croup, too. Foley's Money end Tnr tastes good and the little ones like it. It contain? no morphine, chloroform 6r other drug that you wouldn't like to give Id young children. Do not accept a oubstitutc. ' " Mrs. B. H. Garrett, Schoolfield. Va writer "My baby was ttrlckca with a evers couth ind cola at one month old. I ivc him ten to fifteen dropi of Fotey'i Honey nnd Tor every threo bourt and it ourely did help b!m, He hain't been rick a day dace," A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertise ment. I , woek. The children are attending school at that place. Mrs. D. F. Steele of Ogden is the guest of Dr. and Mr6. W. M. Cragun. Mr. and Mrs. J. Plyer of Cornish, Idaho, are visiting here for a few days. Mrs. David E. Manning spent con ference week in Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Schneider re turned Monday after spending a few days in Salt Lake. Mrs. W. G. Wallace and daughter Ruth are spending a few days in Brig ham City. Mrs. Hymm Petersen and daughter Eulalia is visiting In Brigham City. Mr. and Mrs. C. Petersen left for Salt Lake this morning to spend a few days. nn M BOY FALLS FROM Offi DF THE TROOP III LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12. Falling from a car window of a speeding troop train while asleep early this morning, near the California state line, Private Robert E. Knowlden, Jr., of F battery, 145th Held artillery (First Utah) was seriously injured. Unknown to hundreds of his com rades who passed on tho following three troop trains, his unconscious form laid at the bottom of an incline j fifty feet from the track. Four hours later ho regained consciousness enough to crawl up the steep embank-; ment to a position near the track.: There he was discovered by the crew; of train No. 19 and rushed to the Losj Angeles hospital. ; His injuries consist of deep lacera tions of the face, head and neck, and possible internal hurts. Examination showed that no bones were broken, al though his body was badly bruised and cut Lieutenant Guy Van Scoyoc of the regimental medical corps said that Knowlden would likely recover. He will remain in the Los Angeles hos pital until hi3 condition improves enough for him to be moved. Knowlden said he' could not account for falling from tho car. He remem bers; he said, going to bed and awoke to find himself at the bottom of tho embankment badly hurL In a dazed condition he crawled inch by inch up the embankment to a position near the tracks, when he again lapsed into un consciousness. Members of the regiment are wan dering in the streets of Los Angeles tonight and taking in every available sight. The stop of several hours here made it possible for the artillerymen to enjoy their visit. With the excep tion of the Knowlden accident, the trip was made without incident. At dawn tomorrow morning the boys will imload their equipment and begin the establishment of their camp at Linda Vista. The men are well and In fine spirits. Enlisted at Provo. PROVO, Oct. 13. Young Knowlden, Jr., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Knowlden, 150 North First East street, Provo. He is 21 years of age and en listed as a volunteer at Salt Lake this summer with A battery and was later transferred to F battery. The first knowledge his parents had of tho accident was brought to them by tho Tribune. oo DOESN'T KNOW OWN FOOT. I MIO, MICH., Oct, 12. Miss Lottie Pertres woke at 2 a. m. in a cold sweat and saw what she thought was r man's hand on the foot of her bed. She reached under her pillow for a pistol and shot off two of her own toes. COW DISQUALIFIED. MONTROSE, COLO., Oct 12. Sam T. Kilborn's cow "Nellie," which won tho milk championship of western Colorado last year, has been dis qualified from this year's fair at Grand junction. It has been discover ed she sucks eggs. PROVING IT. "Thirteen Is bad luck. I proposed thirteen times to as many girls." "And got turned down? That waa bad luck." For Itching Torture ') There is one remedy that seldom fails :o stop itching torture and relieve skin jtitation and that nlakes the skin soft, :lcar and healthy. Any druggist can "supply you with remo, which generally overcomes all skin diseases. Acne, eczema, itch, pim ples, rashes, blackheads, in most cases give way to zemo. t Frequently, minor blemishes disappear overnight Itching usually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe, antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and dependable. It costs only 35c; an extra large bottle, $1.00. It will not stain, 13 not greasy or sticky and is positively safe for tender, sensitive skins. The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, O I under one continuous management I I HOW WE CAN SERVE YOU ( 1 I r When you come to deposit or borrow 111 I EE money, or to transact any of the many other Ej jffl E phases of banking carried on at the Ogden II E State Bank, you will receive the most court- E H IE eous and careful attention, and your busi- , H ness will be handled efficiently and promptly. H E We invite Checking Accounts, Savings E H Accounts, and issue Certificates of Deposit, E H E . rent Safe Deposit Boxes for $2.00 and up H E Per annum, furnish Travelers' Cheques and E 19 E Foreign Exchange; the officers are always E JH pleased to advise customers regarding invest- E virfejl E ment or financial matters. E ftS Consult us regarding your banking re- E j E quirements. E i I Si&te'BonA I 1 E CAPITAL & SURPLUS $300,000.00 j 1 Ao INTEREST COMPOUNDED1 o M E j QUARTERLY ON SAVINGS- M PllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllHIl III a ct-- m u j WmF RUSSIAN TROOPS CAPTURE TRENCHES PETROGRAD. OcL 12. By a counter-attack yesterday Russian troop3 captured the trenches lost Wednesday south of the PskofE road in the Riga re gion, the war ofilce announced today. North of the road Russian advance posts were drawn in where they were exposed to a violent artillery fire by the Germans. oo FRANK GOTCM IS NOW SERIOUSLY ILL CHICAGO. Oct 12 Frank Gotch, for years world's champion wrestler, is seriously ill in this city. Gotch, ac companied by Mrs. Gotch, arrived hero yesterday from their home at Hum boldt. Ta.. on their way to Hot Springs. Thcro la moro Catarrh In this (section of tho country than all other diseases put together, and for years It was sup posed to bo Incurable, Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to euro with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, tn"eatly influenced by constitutional con ditions and therefore requires constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine, manufactured by F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional remedy, Is taken Internally and act3 thru the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred .Dollars re ward la offered for any caso that Hall's Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials." F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. 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NOTICE TO CREDITORS $2S Estate of George Francis Mcintosh. ttSjJJi Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at the Utah National Bank, on the southeast Sis corner of Washington avenue and fig-i Twenty-fourth street, Ogden, Utah, on MM" or before the 16th day of" November, BwAi 1017. a. v. Mcintosh, ate. Administrator. rnl Wade M. Johnson, Attorney for Ad- W&fc ministrator. M Date of first publication SepL 15, 1917. WFti Date of last publication Oct. 13, 1917. I I SUMMONS. I In the District Cpurt of Weber coun- Kr : tyy, State of Utah. MM , Colbert Bain, plaintiff, vs. Mary E. ISv Bain, Defendant. mj; The State of Utah to the said Defend- 1E --m?-U afe horeby summoned to appear Rwk within twenty days after senvlcb of this Summons 'upon you, if: seSvcd ; E orouTl iD Whf Ch thIs " P rou,?ht' oterwise, within thirtv ,m days after service and defend thi ' above entitled action; and in case of i your failure so to do. judgment win I Sfre,ndere2 asain3t -vou accoSSng t" r P the demand of the complaint, which ' PnHeeD filed Wlth the Clerk o?SSd oouu. The above entitled action Is brought $ SS for tho purpose of severing the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now ex- ' v,a3' istlng between plaintiff and defendant A! C. M. MARRIOTT, t r, tJJ Plaintiffs Attorney. t..T5 P. O. Address, 427 Eccles Bldg, Ogden itM. City, Utah. First published Sept. 15, 1917 llv3'- Last published, Oct. 20. 1917 " tiC ' 1 fcl't IiEXCi want Tigtit m salts Ebony Stw Rosewood All Prices fcw and very reasonable EaYi 5iuuic McBride Drug Co. g The House of Quality. lksar 2463 Washington. ? 'jc. 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