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2 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. FRIDAY. APRIL 26. 1918.
I Who Killed this lotor? It could have been prevented by A Few Minutes' Time of Our Motor Man. Only Complete Stock of Motors in Town. New Bearings, Re-winding, Repairing. Auto & Electric Supply 2564 Wash. Ave. Phones 325-326 I H M GRADER FOR I i COUNTY HAS BEEN I PURCHASED i The board of county commissioners H have purchased a new road grader H which is one of the largest in use in H ihc state, and will use the new ma chine for a considerable araouni of work in Weber county it is a mat Mm of S400 pounds and cost in the neigh borhood of $1200. It is known as the n-iin "Rip Snorter." Commlsslonei M P, Brown today said the grader is capable of two kinds of work, pradin;,' H and scarifying, and will be put to l use in the county. There was ab solute need for such a machine, he H declared, as the smaller graders were H continually out of repair and entirely inadequate to the work demanded of H them. The new' grader was to have arrived in the city today It will prob abljr be firsi placed on roads in Opd n H Work on the Ogden to Cache Valley I "skyline road" is being pushed as rap- I idly as possible. There Is consider I able brush cutting to be done, so I progress has been rather slow. A I force of thirty men is engaged in this work under direction of VY. H. Taylor,' I -'ate road agent. I The county commissioners. Moroni I skeen, Martin P. Brown and D. H. I Ensign, will make a trip to the valley tomorrow and will inspect the new I road I Bids will be opened May 6 for the construction work on the north city limits to North Ogden road which iu to be built this sprlnp The road will I he paved. The first estimate of cost will be slightly exceeded because ad ditional items have come up which are necessary. I oo CLEAR YOUR HEAD, BREAK THAT COLD Get after that cold, cough, grippe with Dr. King's New Discovery. Don't wait until it "sets" into your entire system and approaches the dan gerous stage. Go to a druggist, as millions of others have done during the last fifty years, and get a fifty cent bottle the same price it alway'6 has sold at. Throat-tickle is relieved by the first rpoonful, eyes stop watering, chest phlegm loosens, sneezing ceases, cough eases up, sniffling is done away with, quick relief follow.;. Good for every member of your fam ily from grandma to the youngster. Just say '"King's New Discovery," to your druggist he'll have it. Keep Bowel Movement Regular Dr. King's New Life Pills cause a healthy flow of Bile and rid your Stom ach and Bowels of waste and ferment ing body poisons. They are a Tonic to your Stomach and Liver and tone the general system. First dose n lieves. Try it today. Still 25c, all druggists. Advert isement FRENCHMAN HAS ! PRAISEFOR U. S. WASHINGTON. April 26 "Send at once as many men as you can; build as many ships as your shipyards can turn out. and we will, all together, win the war." Edouard deBllly. deputy high com missioner. Just back from France, said this was the message he brought to the American people from the front. Materially, as well as morally. M. de Billy said the French army is in splen did condition and the long war with its great losses and trying periods, has affected neither quality. "I want to tell you," he said, "what a high opinion all the French officers A BOOSTER FOR SULPHERB TABLETS There are thousands of such boosters for Sulpherb Tablets and that is why hundreds of thousands are sold by druggists every year. Mr. Robert Clem ence, 233 South Wilbur avenue. Syracuse, N. Y.. writes: "I have taken three packages of Sul pherb Tablets and my bowels are moving regularly now and I am a great deal stronger than I was when I started taking them. I was all run down and weak from the long, continued stomach, liver and bowel trouble. I know four or five men that work with me, were troubled the same as I was. I told them about Sulpherb Tab lets and now they are all taking them, and say they are the best medicine they have ever tried, etc." Sold by all druggists. Be sure of the name. Suiptrb not ";-ulpbur " Advertisement. I who have seen yjour boys in the trenches, have expressed over the American men and soldiers I heard! thit unanimous pral.se from the com manders of our armies as well as from the Officers ol lower rank, neighbors Of your battalions un the battle line,! and I am verj happy to bring you this' message irom France." The action of General Pershing in1 puiiing the American forces at the j command of General Foch and the! pari played by the representatives of, ihe United States in obtaining the agreement to co-ordinate, which led: to the appointment of General Foch , as generalissimo, the deputy commie sioner declared, went to the heart of everv Frenchman Regarding the fu ture, he said I will answer franklv (hat I look forward to the future with absolute confidence, notwithstanding the enor-1 ninus difficulties of the moment. and providing every one understands his duty towards our common cause. And your dut, Americans, is to make haste. "The collapse of Russia has allowed Germany to bring new troops to the' n itern front The are now outnum bering the allies The question of man power on our side is thus becoming the; vital point. Consequently, the train Ing of American troops and their transportation to the other side must be carried out on a scale unforeseen a few months ago.'" Ogden Housewife Be comes New Woman "All of our best dot tors had given i me up. I was unable to leave my bed for 16 weeks and was yellow as a pumpkin, besides the terrible stomach pains I suffered. Our druggist advised my husband to try Mayr s Wondertul 1 Remedy and it has saved my life. I am a new woman now.'' It is a sim ple, harmless preparation that re moves the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflam mation, which causes practically all I stomach, liver and intestinal ail ments, including appendicitis One I dose will convince or money refund-1 ed Mcln'yre's Drug Store Adver-1 t isement. oo MEN 21 ARE TO ENTER THE ARMY WASHINGTON. April 25 Drafting of men who have become 21 since last June 5 was approved this afternoon I by the house Under an amendment by Representative Hull of Iowa they1 will be put at the foot of the list, in1 their classes, and called onlv when' available men under last year's reg- ! Istration have been taken into the service. This and another provision which does away with military exemption for divinity students, will necessitate a conference with the senate Chairman Dent of the military com mittee announced that the war de partment will order the registration ofj ihe men eligible by this bill June 5,1 the anniversary' of the first enrollment. All men who have reached 21 by that date must register; they wiil be classed, after answering question naires. on exactly the same terms as men enrolled a year ago. l'nder an agreement proposed amendments to register men from 21 to 41 were postponed, to prevent com plicating and dclaing the principal j measure. If such men are registered, how ever, it will be June 5 also Representative Hull won his fight to put the 1018 class of young men at the foot of the list after reading a statement that the war department neither favored nor opposed the amendment The vote favoring the amendment was 119 to 81. Divinity students lose their exemp tion, military committee members said because there has been abnormal in crease in the number of pious young men the last year. Under President ilson's recent regulations these men will be used in non-combatant divi sions. Final action on the bill was unanimous. uu GUNNISON PIONEER IS DEAD AT AGE OF 81 GUNNISON, April 25 Funeral ser vices were held yesterday for Freder ick Ludvigson, 81 years of age, who died last Saturday The Bpeakers were John A. Larson, Joseph Chrlstenseu, Austin Kearns and Bishop E. L. Swal berg of Gunnison: James Jensen of Salina and Andrew Jensen of Center field. Music was furnished by a quar tette. There was a large attendance and many beautiful floral offerings were in evidence. Mr. Ludvigson was born at Albeck Denmark, October 5. 1836, and for many years was a member of the Mormon church. He had been a resi dent of Utah for a long period. He served as a missionary in Denmark for the church from 1883 to 1885. He also served many yeans as a member of the local school board and took a prominent part in the advancement of local affairs. He is survived by the following chil dren: Mrs. T. F. Kearns and Mrs Homer Porter of Salt Lake, Ludvlg C. Ludvigson. Orson H. Ludvigson and Mrs Leo N. Gledhill of this city; also by thirteen grandchildren and one I great -grandchild. 4 KINDNESS FOR IIOHBLES Harsh Punishment a Thing of the Past in the Navy. BOYS MAKE GOOD Many So-called Bad Ones Often Make First Class Fighting Men. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. April 24 -Harsh punishment for ' ineorriglbles" is a thing of the past in the navy. Ac cording to Captain E3, H Durell, eom mandanl at Goal Island, tin- naval training station in San Francisco bay, punishment will not help an) condition Which kindness cannot cure. Hun dreds of fine upstanding young Ameri cans are turned out here every few weeks to man the ships of the United States navy Captain Durell takes keen Interest In the boys rated as ineorriglbles " and turns many of them oul to be First class lighting men. Songs Help Morale. The question of morale is always up permost. After inspection on Satur days the men are lined up in a gre&1 square, with the band standing a little to one side. A song master takes his 1 place in the square and leads the men In popular melodies, with the band playing a subdued accompaniment. This tends to keep the boys in good spirits at all times. Hard work is always accompanied by music. If the men are hea Ing I oal or engaged in other trying labor the band is close by, playing .constantly, 'It makes them work twice as hard and twice as effectively," Captain Dur ell said. All Complaints Traced. In addition the life of the island is so adjusted that every just complaint Is traced to its source and corrected. Jus tice is meted out by the small group I of officers on the Island, and acute cases of wrong doing arc few and far between. During the detention process the man is selected for the school In which he is best fitted. If he has had ex perience as a seaman he is given a chance in the yeoman's school In ad dition there are wireless, cooks, and bakers and diverse other schools, and a hospital corps that has grown to be I one of the bigge-t and most important ! adjuncts on the island. This corp.- has itfl own quarters on the top of the is land, its tent being placed under ' straight rows of trees that afford pro tection both in winter and summer There is a station hospital, and three big isolated wards for the treatment of contagious and infectious diseases The hospital plant includes a fully '. equipped laboratory drug and store rooms, operating rooms, denial offices i and rooms for the treatment oi eye,' ear. nose and throat diseases. The operating rooms up to the corps quarters on the floor above, permit ting the corps members to look down I directly on the tables and get an inli- j mate view of all operations. In addition a semi-circular trench i containing a first aid due-out has been I constructed for the hospital corps near its special parade grounds. This trench Is an exact reproduction of the trenches in Flanders, and in it the men are given the identical first aid work that they expect to be given abroad. Goat Island a Fine Station Goat Island is one of the five major! training stations in the United States. Only its geographical limitations pre-1 vent it from being one of the biggest of the five. Every available inch of land on the island is being utilized for the purposes of the big school. Be cause of these limitations, oerflow schools have been established at Mare Island, Cal.. and San Diego. Cal., un der separate jurisdictions. The drills on the island consists of calisthenics, the usual navy manual of arms, and instruction in the 1 se of machine guns, and the small artillery used by landing marines. The island now accommodates approximately six times the number of men it was first intended to serve, but Captain Durell has found room for all of them, and Is sending them efficient! trained at the end of a four months' cours At the end of the training period the men are placed on board ships, or are sent to the four corners of the nation on land du t oo 3-Grain Cadomene Tablets Absolutely Restore Vigor, Vitality. Strength to Weak Men and Women Sold by All Drug.qi- I Advertisement . nr- . OO HELP TO SUSTAIN THE UNITED STATES GALLUP, N. M.. April 24 "Don't ' )e a twenty-five cent patriot when you :an be a five thousand dollar patriot." Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo to lay advised a crowd assembled to neet his train at the Santa Fe depot i lere. Speaking from the steps of his I ?oach the secretary appealed for F TAKES LOWER RANK TO GET IN FIGHT I V -j H: JggP ' : SH A Brig. Gen. Samuel L. Johnson. One of the few recorded cases, in the present war at least, of an army officer accepting a lower rank that he might reach the fighting front sooner, is that of Brig Gen. Samuel L. Johnson, commander of the Ha waii division of the national guard, who has accepted the rank of major in the national army in order to see service sooner in Europe. heavy subscriptions for the third Lib erty loan. "Lend the government the money and the boys at the front will finish the kaiser," he declared. "Don't spend 25 cents on a thrift stamp when you can buy five thousand dollar bonds." Kaiser Monopolizes Killing. The secretary declared the monop oly on killing beloneed to the German emperor. I "When the kaiser attempts to cross the dead line of American liberty," he continued, 'the American people must fight to finish kalserism." Mr. McAdoo predicted 1.800,000 American soldiers soon would be in the lighting. Must Back the Soldiers. "America must back the soldiers with full production of necessities of war." he added. "Slackers at home1 are stabbing our soldiers In the back and are more dangerous than German bullets. Differences at home must be! settled without lowering the produc tion of copper, coal, ships and farm products The kaiser can never own I America " oo HAVE ROSY CHEEKS AND FEEL FRESH AS I A DAISY TRY THIS! Says glass of hot water with phoophate before breakfast washes out poisons. To see the tinge of nealt?iy bloom in your face, to see your skin get clearer and clearer, to wake up with out a headache, backache, coated tongue or a nasty breath, in fact to feel your best, day in and day out. just try inside-bathing every morning for one week. Before breakfast each day. drink a' glass of real hot water with a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate In It as a harmless means of washing from the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels! and previous day's indigestible waste.j sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and purifying the entire) alimentary canal before putting more food Into the stomach Tho action1 of hot water and limestone phosphate' on an empty stomach is wonderfully invicorating. It cleans out all the sour fcrnientntions. gases and acidity and gives one a splendid appetite for breakfast. A quarter pound of limestone phos phate will cost very little at the drug store but Is sufficient to demonstrate' that just as soap and hot water! cleanses, sweetens and freshens the skin, so hot water and limestone phosphate act on the blood and In ternal organs. Those who are subject to constipation, bilious attacks, acid stomach, rheumatic twinges, al60 those whose skin is sallow and com- i plexlon pallid, are assured that one! week of Inside-bathing will have themh both looking and feeling better in ' every way. Advertisement oo GOV. STEPHENS TO IGNORE APPEALS SACRAMENTO. Cal . April 24 An nouncement that he would "pay no at tention whatever to the organized sending of telegrams and letters, nor to strikes or other demonstrations de signed to influence" him in the case of Thomas J. Mooney. sentenced to hang, was made today by Governor William D Stephens. An appeal for a pardon for Mooney who was convicted of murder in con nection with the Preparedness Parade bomb explosion July 22. 1916. in San Francisco, Is pending before the gov- Grand Farm Machinery Demonstration To the Farmers of Weber County: You are cordially invited to attend our 1918 demon stration to be held at our big store, corner ?3rd and Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. THREE DAYS Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 29th, 30th and May 1st. AH modern and uptodate Farm Machinery will be set in operation ON OUR SALES FLOOR. I We aim to demonstrate and prove to you that our many years1 experience in this business has given us the opportunity of securing the best lines manufactured, and that the lines we now carry cannot be excelled in Quality and Durability Come, bring your wives, children and sweethearts, we can and will entertain you all. CONSOLIDATED WAGON & MACHINE COMPANY L E. DUFFIN, Mgr. Ogden Branch ernor. Recent reports of plans of labor or ganizations in Seattle and other places to strike May ! as a demonstra tion in behalf of Moonev. coupled with the receipt of many letters and tele grams caused the governor to issue the statement, it was announced. The governor's statement follows: "The Mooney case will have full and fair consideration, but in orderly fashion Time is necessary to review the evidence and read the briefs. In the meantime. I shall pay no attention, whatever, to the organized sending ot telegrams and letters, nor to strikes or other demonstrations designed to in tluence me in the matter." nn NAVY ACTIVELY IN GREAT STRUGGLE NEW YORK. April 26. Josephus Daniels, secretary of the navy, while In this city last night to attend the banquet of the American Newspaper Publishers' association, gave out tho following message to the public through the Associated Press: "The American navy is on its toes War was declared April 6. We had destroyers in European waters May 6, more on the 17th, more on the 21st and others later on. The co-operation be tween Admiral Sims and the four other American admirals and the Brit ish is perfect and the results speak for themseh es Secretary Daniels when asked if he would comment on the British naval exploit In raiding Zeebrugge, said that he did not feel free to make any statement until he had received the official report of the British ad miral! y BOMBING BY ENGLISH. LONDON. April 26. The official statement on aerial operations issued by ihe war office last night reads: "Mist again hampered the work of our aviators on Wednesday. Our air planes engaged the enemy's attacking troops in the neighborhood of illers Bretonneux with bombs and machine gun fire from a very low height. Two hostile machines v. . r brought down in aerial combat and another was shot down In our lines by our infantry. Two of our machines are missing. "During the night the southern por tion of the front was covered with mist and our machines were unable to leave the ground "In the north, however, five and a half tons of bombs were dropped on Esiaires. Armentieres. Roulers and the railway stations at Courtrai and j Thourout. All our machines returned! safely." I on KEEP LOOKING YOUNG It's Easy If You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets The secret of keeping young is to feel ' young to do this you must watch your liver and bowels there's no need of having a sallow complexion dark rings under your eyes pimples a bilious I look in your face dull eyes with no I sparkle. Your doctor will tell you ninety I per cent of all sickness comes from b I active bowels and liver. Dr. Edwards, a well -known physician in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com pound mixed with olive oil to act on the liver and bowels, which he gave to his patients for years. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substi tute for calomel, are gentle in their action yet always effective. They bring about that exuberance of spirit, that natural buoyancy whicQ should be enjoyed by everyone, by toning up the liver and clear ing the system of impurities. You will know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab lets by their olive color. 10c and 25c pel box. All druggists. Advertisement. DARING OF FRENCH AIRMEN PARIS, April 26 An official note describing the work done by the French aviators during the German advance says that reconnonenng was carried out at very low altitudes. After Nov on was occupied French airplanes Sew over the town Jun above tho roofs of the houses. Sometimes thov descended along the roads until the wheels almost touched the heads of the soldiers in column, who scattered or threw themselves on the ground terrified. French machines often re turned with more than 100 bullet holes in their wings i MEN FOR SPECIAL PIPE LINE OUT ! WANTED I The war department is asking the naval recruiting officers to take appli cants for the naval reserve corps for a special pipe line unit. A notice was received at the local recruiting offlve t... Chief Carpenter's Mate B. W. Gray, instructing him to furnish as many men as may be asked for by Forrest M. Towl the notice states that the men, when enrolled, will be transferred to the commandant of tho naval distict In which they are enrolled, for further transfer to the commanding officer of the receiving ship Philadelphia at Philadelphia, Pa., for the special pipe line unit. All nun who de.sire to enlist in the naval service, and who are eligible to voluntary enlistment, are requested to call at the naval recruiting office with out delay. OVATION FOR CLARK. j WASHINGTON", Apr. I 25. The j hcu.se gave Speaker Clark a demon stration as he entered the "baruber. Democrats nnc. Republicans applaud iug. Among the house Democrats today the talk was that in event of Mr. Clark's acceptance the seniority rule probably would prevail and Majority Leader Kitchin would become speaker. Senators Underwood and Hardwick and many bduse members urged the speaker to accept. Mr Clark told I them he was puzzled as to what he ought to do. Republican house leaders assured j Mr. Clark that if he accepted the sena torship the Republicans at this time would make no fight to elect a Repub lican speaker in his place. Keene (N. II ) local of bookbinders has reduced the working week four i I and one-half hours and. increased wages $2 to $6 a week. ifftae andfJI JvlIMp SHOE i I Overseas V KiW ( Keep your shoes p tfBffi ftBk wJ lvLidHEd U jieat and preserve jj (Sg!dS fiPt f A-l- CORPORATIONS. LI MrTEX) fl j' mTEF1 fcg Ti J '