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SECRETARY OF ELKS'
LODGE TENDERS HIS HI After filling the position of secretary at Ocrden Lodcre, No. 719, B. P. O. E.. verj successfully for several year? Yil!'am T Greenwell has tendered his i.ation to tho offices Mr Green -vll wishes to crive his entire tim to business interests ronneclpd with ihe Marshall Drug company and is resign !ng in position for that reason. His successor will be elected at the regular meeting of the lodge next Tuesday evening. As secretary of the local Elks lodge, Mr Greenwell has greeted man; pc ple and extended the hospitality of 1 o.d'.ri lodge to scores of visitors. Through his work he has become rne rnf the most popular members of thej loose DON'T LET A COLD J KEEP YOU AT HOME Dr. King's New Discovery wilJ keep you on Ihe job, feeling fit. When the first little sniffle or snerze comes, take a spoonful of this cold, cough and grippe reliever. For half a century now Dr King's New Discovery has been effective in relieving and checking colds in the heads and chests of countless sufferers of all ages. For half a century, too, it has been .iold for 50 cents a bottle with never n lessening of the quahly. Get a bottle Oday. lie prepared for the sudden attack of a fresh cold. All druggists. Keep Your Stomach and Liver Healthy. If you want good health, a clear .omplexion and freedom from Dizzi ness, Constipation, Biliousness, Head i bes and Indigestion, take Dr. King s Mew Life Pills. They drive out. fer menting and undigested foods and give quick relief Still 25c , all druggists. Advertisement. no BIG CLASS INITIATED AT MASONIC REUNION SALT LAKE. April 24. Attended by hundreds of Masons from near and far, the thirty-first reunion of An- cient and Accepted Scottish Rite of ; Freemasonry opened yesterday morn- ing at the Salt Lake Masonic temple. The ceremonies opened at 0:30 a. m. with work in the lodge of Perfection. wiih Dana Tyrrell Smith master in charge. The class presented for initi- 1 ation in the higher degrees of Masonr was one of the largest gathered for a I Scottish Kite reunion of Salt Lake 1 consistory. Beginning Ihe work of the day a re ception for candidates and visitors was held at 9 o'clock, this being fol lowed by a special meeting of Jordan lodge of Perfection The fourth de gree was exemplified by members from Ogden. The fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth degrees were worked up to noon, when luncheon was served Dur ing the afternoon, beginning a( 2 o'clock, the remainder of the fourtem degrees of the Perfection lodge were conferred. Lunch was served at 10 p. m. oo THEFT OF RABBITS UNCOVERS ROBBERY SALT LAKE. April 24 Unravelling Ihe mystery of the theft of four prize , rabbits from the Starbuck rabbitry two weeks ago has uncovered also an ' . tensive robbery of the Adams Ex press company. The rabbits were traced by Deputy Sherift 1. J. Starbuck, the owner, to the homes of two boys living on the si side. Having recovered them, ) Mr Starbuck reported the boys to the juvenile court officers. Heber C. Smith, juvenile court offi cer, succeeded in getting a confession from one of the boys, 17 ears old, as 'o the tiwt of several dozen pairs of gloves and other goods from the ex press company. The gloves were recovered. Just Remember This One Thing about j your ! Battery IT will wear out any baW tery will even with the most careful treatment Neg lect will wear it out faster and result in waste that is unpa triotic in these times. Our Battery Inspection Service detects budding ! troubles and helps you to get longest possible life out of your battery. This service w ft ee drive around for it, say, once a month. Square-Deal Repair Service for anu battery regardless of mafe, f"ln Electric Supnlv Co 2330 Washington Ave. ig I la iIf Sei i ; H ly1 THE 1 fe BATTEKSf ! T.. WITH THE TheadmuM j FOUR-MINUTE MEN TO SPEAK II ALL THEATERS i In erry theater in Ocdcn todiv and Friday foui-niiuute speakers will ,k on the mb.'ect if Liberty bona1.. A program has been arranged by S: ! rt r Dobbs chairman of the Ogden I'.jur Minutc cfub, v hich place-: ;i promin ent Jpdt'c orstbi in every theater of the city on each r-f these two nights, so il is expected a large number of peo pie Will be icached with this vita message il'ese i we engagements are 'he wind up to ;. empaicn of BpeaKna; v.hlch hiiit 1 t en tremendously effec tive during the Liberty loan drhe Speakers have appeared at different (times in all of the local theaters and have told ihe audiences in trenchant, inctaive lanKtiaqe wh they aught to 'support the government with their re.oney The organization of the Four Minute club, according to leaoers ol tie third Liberty lonn organization in , 0,-'den. has given Invaluable aid in bot i ing the issue. As arranged by chairman Dobbs, the j , speakers for tonight will b-; as fol I lows . i':Vn. Attorney J G. Willis; Orph eum, Attorney .lames DeVlne; Alhani- j bra, Attorney Joseph Chez Cozy, I Supt. E. s. Hincklev ; Lyceum, M I i liar. Wood; Utah Prof Frank M DiKT.s; Rex, Attorney David 1, Stine. Tne program for Friday night is as follows: Ogden, Attorney Arthur Wooley. Drphoum. Attorney S. P- Dobbs: Utah, Attorney w. H Reeder, Jr.; Alham bra, Rev. Christian R. Carver; Ly ceum Peter Ka.iiis. Rex. Justice j Adam L Peterson; Cozy, Judge George, S- Earker. "10 KILLED WALTON?" AT COZY Do you like a thrilling mystery ro mance? Then you will want to see Triangle ? new plav "Who Killed Wal ton?" shown a i the Cozy today and tomorrow which features J Barnev Sherrv and prertv Man Mersch We warrant that Anna Katherine Greene' or .1 Conan Doyle nevr wrote a mys terj Stor more f-nse gripping or thrilling than this master love mys ter of Bohemian life There are other elements of interest in (his picture ' The heroine must choose between two men One of them is of the despised politician type. strong: domineering powerful and tender-heart cdi The other is a reformer, selfish, hallow and narrow. Her heart is given to the reformer 1 There is no art to read the mind's construction in the fact wrote ihe great Shakespeare. How she I ultimately discovers the true nature! of both men is unfolded in a dream of tremendous power "Who Killed Wal ton?" Is a screen adaptation of a well known magazine story called "The Veil," by the well-known fielionlst, Norman Sherbrooke. Nothing Like Phosphate To Increase Strength, Vigor and Nerve Force ORDINARY BITR O-PHOSPHATE WILL DOUBLE THE STRENGTH OF WEAK. DELICATE NER VOUS PEOPLE IN TWO WEEKS' TIME IN MANY INSTANCES Weak nrve quickly rrdu :e ih strong and robust to an extremcl pltlnblo ron- i dltion and rol mi'n and wonvn of all I thr- joys of life, Slowly and stealthily the hralth is destroyed, tho poor nif ferer only realizing the magnitude of his ailment when faulty memory sleep- i fnr sr. Indecision! lai k of onerpy or I othr unmistakablo . mptoms indlrat wr-.ik nrvos Then it ip a serious and ' danporous mistake to rosorrt to the use of so-called tonics, alcoholic or drug f timulrjnt5. Weak and exhTiisted nerfs BOKd ood and nourl?hm',nt--not Btltnulenta 'hi' lash them into temporary activity. The food and nourishment advised D) pres ent physicians is Just one 3-craln tablet of purr- bltro-phosphatc takiMi dur ing or Immediately aftci eai-h meal Sim ple advlde hut it soundness lias been proven over and over again Moreover the jfrnnlno standard hitro phosphate Is inexpensive and Is sold I" A R MoInt ro Jiruu- "'. i 'nil I iruc Co and most all good drucKists undor a binding anarantee of satisfaction or moni'j baek Adv rtiremenL CITY OF GARLAND PROUD OF RECORD GARLAND, April The citj of fjarland, with not to exceed 9(i popu lation, has made a rcord in the Red Cross drive. In fact, according lo population, it is bellied that Carland has shown more liberality ihan any sther town in the Rt ;i t e. At the close of the Red Cross carni val, Saturda venins. the money that had been collected in various ways for Ihe Red Cross association amounted to Ki7L' 60, The I wo special features of the day were the hot dinner sered in the tab ernacle basement, cafeteria style, and Ihe "auction" sale in the aflt'rnoon. The (ommittpe in charge comprised Mr. and Mrs. L, W l'reston, Mr. and Mrs. D. K Shelton, Mrs. I rsel Rose, Mrs. George R. t'ole, Mrs harles Munns, Mrs. J. C. Coombs. R T. Shaw T. H. Edwards. Morris Abramson, C. R WeUing. .1. J. Shumway Garland also oversubscribed her quota in the third Liberty bond loan. Th- Quota was 516. ono and th total sup-rribed more than $17,000 to dale It is expected that $2i,"i00 will be subscribed. OO I FORD NOT TO BE AIRCRAFT MANAGER WASHINGTON, April 23 Henry Ford was eliminated from considera tion for the post of aircraft adminis trator today when he notified Presi dent Wilson i ha l under no circum stances could he accept the appoint ment. The place was ue-r officially tendered him, it was announced, but his name had been frequently men tioned in connection with the posi tion. I EACH INDIVIDUAL'S SHARE IH LIBERTY BONO ISSUE If your income is $1,000 a year you should buy third Liberty loan bonds to the amount of $99; if i' is $1,500 you should buy $175 worth of bonds; If it is $3,000 you should buy ?507 worth of bonds and if it is $5,000 you should buy $1.41!) worth of bonds. This is the Way ihe T-welflh federal reserve disuict has had R B Hale of San Francisco answer the question, "What is my share of the cost of this war?" The rol of the war for the year will be $15,000,000 .000. About one-half inu?) come out ol family incomes in faxes and Libr rty bonds each family is responsible for the follow ins amount, bafed on income. After de ducting the taxo the remainder should go to the Liberty loan total for the year. Amounts to Be Paid On I his bond issu the amount would be one-tifth of the total sum caller for. the present issue being $8,000 OOfi.oon ; Average Tot. con1 "ibuted family . by e.-.ch Income family. $ 850 $ 82 1,000 99 1.100 113 1.250 13. 1.350 151 1.500 175 1,600 195 1.750 220 1,900 251 2 000 20 2.150 301 2,275 330 2.400 360 2,550 393 ' 3.000 443 3,500 507 4.500 658 5,500 1.008 C.500 1,419 7,500 m. 1,911 8.500 2 460 9,500 3094 12.500 5.250 17.500 7.860 22 500 10,460 27.500 13.200 35,000 17.850 45.000 25.000 55.000 32.500 65,000 40.000 75,000 48,000 85.000 1 5,000 95,000 63.000 123.000 85.000 174.000 124,400 225 000 162.500 227.000 202.210 345,000 254.400 448.000 333.700 G83.000 513.000 l.lf6,000 840.50(1 1,701,000 1.305.500 2.459,000 . 1,905.700 3.459.000 2,706.600 4,514.000 3.566.000 10.284.000 8.201.500 If your family income is $10,000. your share of the war for a year is sun our taxes are, let us say. $800. This leaves $3,000 for Liberty bonds This is a $3,000,000,000 issued Your minimum subscription should be $750. I Ihese figures represent the mini mum that it is your dutv to loan the j government of the United States. They 'do not represent what we should loan as patriotic Americans Our boys over j there have no minimum they are giv ing all. State Is Congratulated. "Congratulations to you and all on Utah's magnificent showing. Keep on and beat the record of the second loan." This was Ihe congralulatorv mes sage which caun over the wires Tues day afternoon from W. P. Scott of the the Twelfth federal reserve district to Heber J. Grant, chairman of the central committee of Utah fcr the third Liberty loan campaign. W. P. Scott will be remembered by many Utahns as the representative in Utah for the first and second Liberty loans, and this commendator mes sage irom him Bays much for the third Liberty loan The Twelfih federal reserve vank is still urging thf hanks to turn in their subscriptions.'' The central committee urges every one to see that the sub BCriptions go into the banks, so thev may be reported officially, ami asks the banks throughout the state to send in their reports, so that Utah may support her claims to having une over the top. nn ACTORS VOLUNTEER TO DOTHEIR PART NEW YORK. April 24 - More than 2.000 actors and members of ihe the atrical profession, at a meeting called here today for the purpose of inter esting them in the movement to pro vide entertainment for the American soldiers in France responded to the call by volunteering their services In a body. The mei ting was called by E, II Sothern, Winthrop Ames and E. F. Albee. subsequent to ,i rfpori made' HAVE COLOR IN CHEEKS Be Better Looking Take Olive Tablets - If your skin is yellow complexion pallid I tongue coated appetite poor you have bad taste in your mouth a lazy, no-good ! feeling you should take Olive Tablets. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a substitute for calomel were prepared by Dr. Edwards alter 17 years of study with his patients. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arc a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their olive color. To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like childhood days you must get at the cause. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on the liver and bowels like calomel yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and overcome consti pation. Thaf s why millions of boxes are sold annually at 10c and 25c per box. All druggists. Take one or two nightly and note the pleasing results. Advertisement. B To The Men Who I Roll Their Own I TAKE a good look at your little white sack of the makings "BULL DURHAM" tobacco. For we are going to ask you to part with good old "Bull" for a time. He has enlisted. He has gone to the front to help win the fight over there every single sack of him. The Government has asked for the entire output of our "BULL DURHAM" factories, and what the Government asks we all give cheerfully. The millions of sacks of "Bull" we have been sending abroad have not been enough. We must give ALL to our men at the front 36,000,000 sacks 2,000,000 pounds 100 car loads every month. So, with your own hands, roll yourself a cigarette of "Bull" carefully, thoughtfully, just the best cigarette you ever rolled; and while you smoke it, THINK. There is only one thought you can think it is this: "If the boys over there need my 'makings' they're sure welcome. Here's to them and good luck. And may every little bag carry its inspiration of hope and courage." And if you have sentiment, just save the round white tag of your last sack and hang it up in memory of good old "Bull". For you will be proud to know him when he comes back as he must come soon covered with medals of honor for service. President The American Tobacco Company NW YORK ' j by Mr. Sothern and Mr Ames on the iifMif and need of soldiers for recrea tion after their recent visit to France. M.my of the most famous st irs tele crapbed their desire to Berve. The secretary of the National Vaudeville Artists' association said that of 14. 000 members of his organization, more than 9.600 had already volunteered. George M. Cohan announced that the Y. M. C. A would furnish uni forms and transportation across and back and would care for the players whflf abroad. Mr. Ames said the need was for small companies of plaj -ers of from three to si- who could do single and double turv. and play sketches. He said thre would be no scenery and no costumes In the Y, M. C. A. huts back of the battle lines SHAM BATTLE AT CAMPJEARNY CAMP KEARNY Cal . April 23. Three Utah batteries E and F. com manded b Major Alex R Thorns saved Camp Kearny from invading forces today and in a morning battle, where more than 200 rounds ol real shells were employed, compjetel wip. ed out the enemv artillery, machine guns and infantry. The army, which was theoretical, had advanced to a point but four miles from ihe canton ment and was making its final ruafc for capture. Timely work on the part of the Utah men placed ihe enem) under heavy fire when most expo Bd and at noon the. judges signaled that Ihe invader had been defeated. Examination of the targets repre senting the enemy following the Bring indicated the awful toll the Utah jruns would have taken should the Invade have been humau. Each target repre sented a part of the enemy army, from artillery to small pasteboards made to Indicate the heads and shoulders of men in trenches. Where the batteries of the artillery had stood there n-mained but a few splintered and twisted boards, while the ground in the vicinity was swept of all vegetation. The same scene met the eyes of the officers who examined the machine gun and infantry posi tions, and evpn the small pasteboards had been torn to shreds. Il was a bal ir of strategy and brought Into play the latest wrinkles in camouflage. Fire is Returned. As the three batteries were proceed' ing along the road to the Poway grade l In- advance guard was suddenly sub jected io enemy artillery fire. Ti. batteries were sheltered from tnc shells by a series of hills. .Major Thomas Immediately swung his guns into position and. although Bheltered from tire himself, his guns br-t'an in tear the Invading batteries to plecns. Within a half hour the enemy guns were wiped out and ihe TIRED OF LIFE Constant Backache and Rheumatism FoUy Kidney Pflh fixed up Texu brWtnmo to b' good u erer. Almost down and out with kldnoy trouble. Rheumatism ao bad he could ecaroely gfet up when he sat down. Back ached all tho time. No wonder Mr F. A. Wooley. brake man on tho road from Dalla3 to Jack on, Texas. "vva: tlr-.l of living." "I ikw Foley Kidney Pills advor tlsfd," he said, "I took sonii- and afiT a abort tlmo I WM thorouKhly cured and am having DO more trouble. Your kidney Ills will disappear and with thm tho backache and rhau matlsm, by the use of Foley's Kidney I'llls. Onco your kldnea become strong and active, aches and palna will disappear liko magic. There's nothing to equal tho genu ine Will hllp my ease of kidoOT or bladder troublo not beyond the reach of Diodicinoi. Coutaln no harmful druss. Try thorn. A. R, Mclntyre Drug Co, Advertise snenu fire was centered upon the machine guns. At 11 o'clock Major Thomas re ceived a message that infantrymen in his auxiliary forces were ready to ad vance upon the enemy trenches under his barrage. The time for the advance was given at 11 . 2. Promptly the gunners began send ing their shells, forming the sheltering curtain of fire and laying It directly upon the enemy trench. The advance was made as the barrage lifted and the victorious inlantrymen swept into the trenches of the invaders and end ed the battle. Major deneral Frederick S. Strong. Brigadier (Jeneral LeRoy S Lyon and scores of atlllery officers were on the ground to witness the Interesting work Compliment after compliment was poured upon Major Thomas ht battery commanders and the I' tali gunners as the end of (he battle was announced Colonel Ralph J. Faneuf commnnder of the 143rd field artillery and one of Utah's greatest competi tors in lirin work offered comment by saying. "Very well done; very well, in- Week's Firing Ends. The battle of this morning ends the Utah firing until early next week, when more problems will be given th officers. Those who look part in the battle were, in addition to Major I'homa- ( 'apla in Kdua r t i Wn.illc, commander of C battery; Lieutenant Mareus Johnson, commanding u bat tery, and Lieutenant William Craw ford, commander ot u battery. Captain RT6eman P Williams acted as adjut ant in Major Thomas Tin- executive officers were Lieutenant Jesse Farley, C battery; Lieutenant Salisburg, E battery, and Lieutenant Irwin Clawson, K battery. Reconnalsane' offfi ers wen Lieutenant John C. Murdock, C hat tery; Lieutenant Johnston. E batter and Lieutenant Stanley Dresner, F battery. Lieutenants Byron and Wayne, com mandera of headquarters company, commanded the combat train. A detail from tin- Utah sanitary detachment, commanded l Lieutenant Ruben JeL jlison, established a first-aid station at the firing point in case of injury to j I the men Besides a few bruised fingers. I I there were no casualties. y I GOLFERS SURPRISED. SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April 22 d I Local golfen rec ently were treated j I here to a surprise in the "come back" of D. P. Fredericks who won the golf championship of Northern California after being out of tournament play for several years. Fredericks victory was the more remarkable by reason of the f.ict that his opponent secured an early lead and the veteran was fight- i ing an uphill game. rj AFTER SICKNESS THEY GAVE HERVINOl i And She Soon Got Back Her Strength New Castle. Ind.-"The. measles left me run down, no appettte could not rest at night, and I took a severe cold which settled on my lungs, so I was unable to keep about my house work My doctor advised me to taice Vinol and six bottles restored my health so I do all my housework, in cluding washing. Vinol is the best medicine I ever used" Alice Record. 437 So. nth St., New Castle, Ind. We guarantee this wonderful cod liver and iron tonic. Vinol. for all weak, run-down, nervous conditions. 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