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THE OGDN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER" Y? T9T7.
I ! Seem9 Stars lit? gtm&xxiL ESTABLISHED 1870, i An Independent Newspaper, pub liehed . every evening except. Sunday, i without a muzzle or a club. ' I ' MrMnrn ncr tuc ASQnr.iATPn Ij PRESS J The Associated Press Is exclusively en- I I titled to tho uco for republlcaton of all j I news credited to It or not othcrvIco , I credited In this paper and also tho local ;l news published heroin. I'H GO TO THE PRIMARIES J ON OCTOBER 23 H On October 23 will be held the first H primary in Ogden under the corrupt I practices act which prohibits convey- I ing to or from the polls, or any part I of the way, of voters. I This is a call on the citizens of Og- Hj den to prove that they have sufficient H interest in their city affairs to walk H to the polls. HI Predictions are being made that the H 'absence of party conveyances' will H cause a heavy drop in voting, and per- Hl haps offer an excuse for thosr who H do not want clean politics to advocate H the repeal of the law. Tho voters H should place their stamp of approval H on this progressive legislation by Hi turning out on primary day in exercls- H ing the right of suffrage, which, if de- H nied, would be protested as a loss of HI liberty. HI In the meantime, do not fail to reg- H ister on October 16, the last day bc- Hl fore the primaries. I WEATHER HAS BROUGHT GREAT WEALTH Delightful fall days have given to the farmers of this part of Utah a har vest unequalcd In years. One factory--working on the products of orchard and farrn has canned 85,000 cases of tomatoes and will reach the 100,OtJ0 mark. Evon apples are being canned as tho end of the season approaches. The mild weather so late in the year has brought unexpected wealth to the people of northern Utah. Hundreds of acres are producing foodstuff which the stor'm of three Veeks ago threatened to make barren. After the tomato harvest will come tho flow of dollars from the beet j fields and by winter every tiller of the' soil in all this region should be the possessor of abank account. . SHIPS FOR THIS COUNTRY ; Before this war ends, America will occupy first place in the world's ship-"" ping; according to the following fig ures dh ships now In service and build ing: Number of Ships. Tonnage -45S American-owned vessels2.S71,259 117 confiscated ships 700,285 400 commandeered on the ! stocks 2,800.000 1 353 wooden vessels building.. 1,253,00 58 composite vessels build ing 207,000 225 fabricated steel vessels. ,1,G63,000 1211 vessels in hand and un der way 0,494,644 "Overseas" tonnage un der American registry In Juno, 1914 llG14j222 Gain since war 7S80,422 j It Is said the fabricated stool vessels j are expected to furnish the greatest additional strength to our shipping re sources. Thees fabricated ships have now been standardized in three sizes 9000 tons, 7500 tons and 5000 tons. Contracts for additional vessels of this type will be let just as soon as ves sels now under way near completion so as to provide more room in ship yards. The Fleet corporattion is ready to let contracts for these vessels up to 200 of each size. Those vossels will bo driven by turbines and equipped to burn fuel oil. This will give them greater cargo capacity, greater speed and lower cost of operation than the ordinary coal burning tramp. One of our government officials says tho shipping program, as now laid outi will enable this country to block tho Ijfl GEO! A. LOWE CO. 11 N j THhe Big Hardware Store. " Does This Saving SSf I I Look Good to You? gi 1 m Fuel is high here is a way to gain big fdel economy and a perfectly heated home. Why not (S save the gas half of the coal wasted by all other m 'Jtt stoves, with the fuel saving M kale's Original Hot Blast effectiveness of Germany's submarine campaign. This result, of course, is due very largely to the greater effect iveness of our warfare against the U boats, and to the fact that every American vessel now crossing to Eng land or France is under convoy through the submarine zone. Desplto gloomy forecasts by Lord Nofthcliffe, who sees the U-boat menace Increas ing and the world's shipping facilities dwindling, there is a very definite feeling In governmental circles that , Our shipping situation is improving, rather than growing worse, and that it will continue to improve at an In creasing rate beginning In April, when 40 vessels will be launched. The first , of the new ships will be ready before January 1. HEALTH IN THE TRENCHES Just from the front In France, F. W. Wile, an American writer of fame, pays a refreshing tribute to Tommy Atkins and also to outdoor life. After describing the mud and strain of tho trenches, he speaks of the good humor of the British soldiers, and remarks: "Yes, It is the invincible grin of Tommy Atkins In abominable atmos pheric surroundings and in tho omni present shadow of death that has pho tographed Itself most indelibly on my memory today. But next to that I am struck by his amazing good health as mirrored by hie ruddy cheeks and bright eyes. Certainly the strapping young felldws whom I have Been are a vastly finer, sturdier lot, physically viewed, than any set of men j now running around the streets of I London in citizens' clothes. It is man- i ifestly "the life," this endless sojourn ! 'of9 theirs on the edge of No Man's ' Land, with the enemy a rifle-shot j away. You ask their officers what ex-1 plains this hygienic phenomenon this ability to keep at the top-note of "fit-1 ness" amid privations almost unimag- Inablc. You will be told that It is the j remorselessly "regular life" the men , lead for one thing, and the liboral supply of fresh air, for another. Then I it is tho simple food they eat and the I novcr-endlng exercise they get for their logs and arms and muscles. They sleep when and where they can, In their clothes for weeks on end, never saying how-do-you-do to a bath- tub, sometimes for many days, though they shave each morning with reli gious punctuality,' evon in tho mldat of a mighty 'push.'" 00 SHOULD BE NO PROFITS IN WAR A new anglo of the establishing of permanent peaco has boon disclosed by Lord Robert Cecil of England, who paints tho war barons of Germany as one 6t the forceB which must bo de stroyed before confidence In world peace can bo established. Discussing this feature, Lord Cecil Is quoted as saying: "The military caot of Gormany wo shall convince by force of arms, but the commercial vultures we must at tack In their pockets and teach them thnt war Is not a profitable business. That 1r partly tho bUBlnesa of a block ado, but a blockiido by itself will not do everything, Wo must go further and cut off the overseas branches of tho war barona In the far oast. South America and elHowhere. Tho Ameri can tradlng-wlth-tho-enemy aot Is ad mirably conceived for the purpose of I cramping.. thJs-i)UBine6B, .buVmorp I must Btlll bo done. These vultures cannot cany on without relations out side of Germany. Tho great source of their power hus been their financial connections with the neutrals. With out commercial connection they loso credit and without credit they are done." Lord Cecil might go further and de mand that all nations take over war industries in order to inake profiteer ing in war an Impossibility. Germany's experience with war lords should be a warning to the peo ple of other nations. Tho temptation to profit by war should be removod. OO r ST. PAUL'S EVANGELICAL .Tof fel'son avenue aild Twenty-third street, B. H. Lcosman, pastor. Bible school, 10 p. m.; preaching sorvlce, 11 ,v. m. The L'berty loan bond Issue will be ciupuasliied. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Ed ward Catvcr, pastor. Rally day serv ices. Morning worship at 11, theme, "The OgJon Life and the Faith." Sun day sohoci ai 12:15 (Note the change of the hour)j Endeavor at G:30. Even ing preaching servlco at 7:30, theme, "America, Her History and Her God, Past and Presdht. The Discovery of America, October 11, 1492, and the Bond Sale, October 11, 1317. The Re lation of Causes and Effects." Mrs. Douglass Brain will render the music at these services. Ladies' Aid meeting Tuesdiiy at 2 p. m. All asked to come for the Red Cross work Instruction given by Mrs. Johnson, National Red Cross worker. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS Corner of Fifteenth street and Washington avonue; Ralph Brown, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching service, 11 a. m. and, 7:45 p. m ; morning these, "A LivingSacri fice;" evening theine, "Modern Idola try." Elder C. N. Heading, speaker. EMBRY METHOD! ST Cor. Twenty-eighth and Pibgree; W. L. Margue. pastor. Morning worship at 10:30, subject, "Pentecost." Sunday school at 12:30. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. in. Evening worship at 8, subject, "The (gospel for a World of. Sorrow." CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEP HERD Sunday, Oct. 14, the nine teenth Sunday after Trinity. Sunday school at 9:45. Holy communion, in stitution office and sermon by Rev. Paul Jones, D. D., Bishop of Utah. At this service, tho new rector, Rev. John III Wlj gj Buy a f j Liberty jj ! Bond ;j j and get behind jjjfjj." the man be- ijjjji; 1 hind the gun! lM III i !i v iS: ! :::Si!!i ' i&i Ask 1 if Your ! i! Dealer Sf III P :;;-::- 1! 'Mined" only 0j8 hJ TJUth Fncl Co. jjiili: II if n 1 1 f 1 TiliiBiiliMrfTT IB W George's mm ,n, Mwijj.A,rl.'mi::.j. mmmtsmmmmmmgM. CKj j J corn and ? Diamond n Plastero J rtlwylri I Qlin,on H JSyl?? I ter than any si rr ECCLES BUILDING J i I SI U on the mar- t teed). $1.00. NvjViwv,, ket. H iiiiiiiinii 1 1 ii 01 H I No matter what you buy at this store you can feel assured that QUALITY is the i jp 1 KjS highest obtainable and that PRICES are absolutely down to ROCK-BOTTOM i X the greatest values at Mclntyre's always. i -JH McSNTYRE'S (ttt Sm.'SI ' McINTYRE'S il AU A r day Special. g H Almond Cream j0c MATCHES COLD TABLETS 1 ! XZtJZ 6 Boxes for 25c 1 M chaiiKed lis' use is delicht- , 6 Bxcs for 25c-, and grippe these most popular V tnangeu. us use is uengnt- At lhiB extraordinary price ire , , . , . , , Ra , ful. Ideal for reserve the right to limit the tablets cm be depended or Bgd fall chaps ...LoG quantity. upon to get ItESULTS. . .." P V J V J ) H ffl DJ . I -r a )7- Use all your current 5 . ' 1 ill hsk F0R THE B0UD0,R i LAMPS 1 mi 1 Jl Wi HsP Q Parisian Ivory losl52e-a" a. ! 1 I tWW O O G Toiletware 27c I 1 I Us daily USe wHl frovent U,at MoPlr.tV.7SS?r - f !,ACH , , I fl Wi dread disease PYORRHEA. Pre- . Get them1 l?Q.ay enough for 5g JM fl lou will be delighted -with the every socket in your house. You m JEm m J vent mouth acids and sweeten cliarra of cach nnd every indi. will multiply the light of yoUr S M lhC m0Uth' A Cleafl l00th WH1 vidual Piece. There is an ap- .tSh yrt I never decay. Use ZYLANO propriate design for every pref- bill. Get them at Mclntyre's m WM M dftny erence-. Prices are of the niod- Phone your order. Prompt de lfl - . . - est gort- livery. p H I MARY FACE f CRRME OIL I I POWDER j LUX SOAP j SOAP ' j Exquisitely adherent, Imparting FLAKES I 3 BafS fOf 25C I X not only an appearance of vel- Two packagcs 9- A wonderful soap for bath or I 1 vety freshness, but a most S Tor ZjC 5 toilet. Unequalled value. No S agreeable odor JUl, g Not a cake of soap. Nbt a B bigger money's worth today In &- . soap powder. Nothing else eoaP . M i- s " ' " : v J' Hko it. Won't shrink wool- ffi marie Louise I Xr-mSsi" g 5 hurt any fiber whether col- c S77ir TT ff ha nni W A PERFECT FACE POWDER ton, silk or wool. It dissolves W II AMb QV W , Not a rice powder. When ap- l?otins erfctly with- J n A ' Plied It gives a soft, delicate on?o 10 USB I COLGATE S ! tinge of youthful freshness. An El m ENGLISH PROCEsq m Incomparable and inimitable ilrfnV-'rS "S i quality that will at once appeal t S TOILET SOAP to Iho refined and most ( -i 4"xs z-ait - discriminating woman .. jl vSk. ' generous size, absolutely W -J WWUWX Sure' doliShtful odbrs of Elder- I ' , - WgftWA CTS fr' Palm and 0atmeal. The ' HSempre Glovine. The aq il PiHllHffl wJg most economical toilet 4A great pink complexion cake4ZC Riff P ThrGe barS for"C . 25c Velvet Powder i c I Mfm& P ! I Woodbury's Facial Soap. ...23c Mi ' Puffs IDC lill I Sc ffim Sn?P i-28e 8' L , SShWlld SM 1 15c Palm 0Ilv Soap, 2 for. .25c ft I ; 15c Velvet Powder lfi' fPf 1 " " ' I' S 10c Velvet Powder n JSfeLs. I "k 0w"" Should ' 1 1 M Puffs C feP Have This. m ) i m MenthoIatUni. Aty xSii fT A REQULAR 2.40 W' 'i il Si,ecial 21G and iMc - HOME- I J ( Horllck's Malted Milk. do rn N0W IS THE TIME TO IVXTliU- 1 46e.;Sc".j.b KODAK DEVELOPING 1 v. " I f Oive Her I US BeSril t0 Take OUTFIT . I 1 UlVe Her Our kodak expert is ready at all Everything but thp k I I 1 M . times to counsel and advise you, darkroom $1 k j M WJM.M1U'X things you might overlook Atf ei,i i d i m , even after years of experiment- V Gquipment complete with in- 3ffi ffl FROM McINTYRE'S ing. strudtlon book. These long dve- M m Where elBo can you choose from SEE sh0uI?m KDAK nin6s are Weal for this most faa- , :fl & such a plenUful variety of the vhIch nSm Vbo complete 1 c!natih work- Our expert will M M most popular candies? Included Eastman line, beginning with IVe you frQe Personal instruc-fi ?U $ are Johnston's, McDonald's, Brownies at 75c and Up. H on. Como in. I m M Wi Schupe-Williams, Sweet's, Mur- M Alv0JJj, FILMS F0R I r u e I M M , ,, . . . . EXPERT DEVELOPING 3 F"esh Films, Kodak Albumc 3 Si M dock's. Assortmchts always com- Printing and Enlarging. Quick i Kodak Supplies of Every Sf' I M ' 1 plate always fresh. Service. Best Results; scrlption J '8 Free Silverware Cispis WISH Each 25c Purchase 1 j KABO ouAr- M MATERNITY WflWBMiiaHiftWflt ' t, Hmm p FOUNTAIN 3 ffl M I I A. R.Mcltttyre Drug Co. I $loTup 1 1 THE GREAT PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SS W. Hyslop, will bo instituted and for merly installed. John W. Hyslop, Hec tor. f CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner 2-lth and Madison, Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 and 7:30. Chris tian Endeavor at 6:30. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL Located next to the court house on Twenty-fourth streoL Christian II. Oarver, pastor 10 a. m. sharp, Sunday school. Homer A. Sclp superintend ent. This Is our annual rally day serv ice and a spoolal program, has been proparod. 11 a. m., morning worship. Sermon themo: "Tho Sword of the Spirit." 6:30 p. m Epworth lcnguo sorrloe, led by Gny Anderson. 7:30 p. m., evening worship. Sermon by the pastor. 7:30 p. m prayor and praise service. Spoolal subject for Bible study is: "Tho Master's Loyal ty." 2:80 p. m., Thursday, Mrs. John son of Denver, special Instructor of Re d- Geo ssworic ,ti5'JiJ; 7 1 kinds of. work for our aoldlersn AH thja Ladles' Aid societies of the various churches and any other womon who aro inttoresle'd afo urged to attend. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL' 2461 Adams, Kov. J. Challen Smith, supply. Morning service at 10:30; Sunday school at 11:45, H. C. Johnson, super intendent. .Christian Endoavor, 6:30. p. m. Evening sermon at 7:30. Miss Ivono Shields will sing the morning solo. Tho music for tho morning as follows, prelude, "A Lovely Maiden " EUoyerbccr; off oratory, "Intermezzo'" Brahms; postludo, "March," Mozart. Evening: proludo, "Andantor" Grieg offeratory, "Berceuse," Zapff; posfc ludo, "Coronation March," Meyerbeer. DANISH Cprnor Twenty-third and Jefferson. Sunday afternoon at 330 Hov. G. B. Christiansen of Audubon' Iowa, will speak in tho chuTch. Rev Christiansen haa been president of the Danish church of America for 25 yearaDo. noLfail -hcarhlin. You arq Invited. J. C. Carlson, pastor. ' . L0tfm.N ARMYSunaay, 9:80 M 5 vVm3- mi Soilness mcodng eM 'M 5"' 251 Twonty.flfth ptreet; 2 SnC M company meeting Bjbfo atu'SS 'M rallv-'s : L,; 7!l5 P m- opfraoir' vjM "y. 8 P. m.h salvaUon eervico, i$ Jeff?nD,SH , LUTHER AN-Cornor of' M thw 3 nJSd Tw!nhlrd street. Ar- S 10 ! m?1on,iin8t0r- Sunday soliooV JO a- m.; Swedish service 11 a- m k EnsllBh vespol servicerp m Tho -ZP aayircvrenlitfT lhe on Wodn? aay evening at 8 o'clock. rjm scest0017 CHR,ST M and nilf -Corner Monroo avenue ' Mhoo??i aot?urth 8trooL Sunday M iSwi Itn 45. ? lar church W servico at'll o'clock, theme. "Aro Sin. - SIckneaa and Death oS?- WodnS A voning testimonial meetiTaTs .CQontinued on Page! 10)