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tjl 3 THE QGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918.
I MAKE THE OLD 'CLOTHES DO! (I j I BUY ANOTHER LIBERTY BOND! I r WE ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF I J f DRY CLEANING. I j ' Our own modern ' fire-proof plant, latest I j J machinery and experts in charge assure you a class of work obtainable at no plant but THE MODEL ! - LAUNDRY. iti- WHY NOT HAVE THE BEST I j 1 MODEL LAUNDRY j j!" ? I 2147-53 Royal Avenue. Phone 367-8. I 1 1 ; ! i; Garland Society t: (Special to Tho Standard) t- A farewell social was tendered Mrs. James George Friday of last week by the Primary officers of Garland. Mu j. sic and games were enjoyed. Mrs. II' George was presented with a beautiful -' silver berry spoon. Refreshments were served to about twelve guests. iMrs. George and children loft for " Ogden Tuesday to join Mr. George and " where they will make their future home. ; Mrs. Crls Anderson entertained in v honor of her husbands birthday anni ,' versary Friday of last week. Those - present were Mr. and Mrs. Homer An " derson, Mr. and Mrs. G. Brough, Mr. ' and Mrs. C. Smith, Mrs. E. Brough and children of Elwood, ' Mrs. David E. Manning is visiting in Salt Lake this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mabey of Boun tiful returned to their home nfter a l.pleasant visit here with Mrs. J. Ed ward Day and children. i - Mr. and Mrs. A. Trane and family fehave gone to Magna, Utah, to make $their future home. Mr. and Mrs, 0. Barnard have left y.ior their home at Rockland, Idaho, af ter spending a few days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Preston. Miss Lizzie Preston is home after spending a week in Salt Lake with '-frJends. 1. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mayficld re turned home from a trip to Salt Lake. ' -They were accompanied by Mr. and '. Mrs. Laurenze Worthy. Miss Alma George was tendered a farewell social at her home one day this week by a number of her school mates. Games were played and re- LEGAL NOTICES Ijlj NOTICE OF INTENTION ijjl Notice is hereby given by the Board Jjjf of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, flj of the Intention of said Board of Com JJ - missioners to make the following de li! ' scribed improvement, to-wit: To lay fjj out, establish and open a public street jj to be named Ogden Avenue through ijl Block 17, Plat "A," Ogden City survey, I said street to be described as follows: A part of lots 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, S, 9 and 10 in Block 17, Plat "A," and Lot l" and Alley No. 1 In H. D. Wise sub division of Lot 2, Block 17, Plat "A," Jijall in Ogden City survey. Beginning at the southwest corner of Lot 1 of said Block 17, Plat "A," Ogden City survey, and running thence north 89 degrees 2 minutes west along tho north ; line o Twenty-sixth street 30.00 feet; thence north. 0 degrees G8 minutes, east 461.28 feet; thence north 14 de grees 39 minutes, west 209.87 feet to the south line of Twenty-fifth street; thence south 89 deg. 2 mln east along he south line of Twenty-fifth street 41.00 feet; thence south 16 dog. 32 ruin., east 204.48 feet; thence south 0 deg. 58 min., west 468.38 feet to the north lino of Twenty-sixth street; thence north SD deg. 2 min., west along tho north line of Twenty-sixth street 16.00 feet to tho place of beginning. And to defray tho whole of tho cost and expense of the abutter's portion thereof by a levy of a special tax to bo assessed upon the blocks, lot's, lands and real estate within the following described district, being the district to be affected or benefited by such improvement, namely: All the land ly ing between tho outer boundary lines of said Ogden avenue when opened as proposed and a line drawn fifty feet , outward from and parallel to said out er boundary lines for the whole dis tance between Twonty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, being part of Lots 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 and 10. Block 117, Plat "A," and Lots 1, 2 and 3 and Alley No. 1 in H. D. Wise subdivision of Lot 2, Block 17, Plat "A," all in Ogden City survey. Tho total cost of said improvement is estimated at $17,196.00. All protests or objections to such improvement or to tho carrying out of such intention must be presented in writing signed by the owners of abut ting property describing tho same, to gether with the number of abutting front feet, and be filed with the City Recorder on or before tho 21st day of October, 1918. Tho Board of Commissioners at its first regular meeting thereafter, to wit, tho 22nd day of October, 1918, will consider tho proposed levy and hear and consider such protests and ob jections to said improvement as shall have been made. By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Ogdon City, Utah. Dated September 26, 1918. W. J. CRITCHLOW.-SR., City Recorder First publication, September 26, 1918, Last publication, October 18. 1918. ' Published in Ogden Standard. Openiug Ogden Ave., between 25th and 26th Sts. freshments served to about thirty guests. Miss George will leavo -with her parents to make their homo in Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Munns re turned from Salt Lako where they were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Nye. Miss V. Parkinson and Miss Crockett of Logan have returned' to their home, Whllo hero they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Shaw. Mrs. R, S. Ellis and children aro vis iting with relatives and friends at Woods Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Law who have been residing in Garland during the summer have left to make their home in Eft wood where Mr. Law will toach school this winter. Mrs. E. V. Schneider was a Tre monton visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ward of Hy rum left last week for their home af ter spending several days here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Schneider. C. A. Johnson and son Joseph re turned from Salt Lake where they spent a few days attending conference and visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hawks of Black Pine are visiting with their parents and other relatives. Mrs. Emma Grover has returned home after spending the summer with her children at Parker, Idaho. Albert I. Grover has returned after a week's visit in Salt Lake where he attended conference and also the state fair. t oo TREMONTON Mrs. G. L. Swerdfeger entertained the Ladies' Aid Society of tho M. E. church at her home last week when tho annual election of officers was held. Alter the business session re freshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. E. Larsen have gone to Salt Lake" to reside with their children. A larewell social was ten dered them by a large number of their friends when they gathered to show their respect to the aged couple who have resided here for many years. The ladles of the Red Cross have been busy and during their last two shipments have disposed of sixteen hundred pieces of different kinds of bandages and Bults, blouses, chemises, drawers, socks and sweaters. A. N. Kirkpatrlck who is agent for tho Continental Oil Co. has gone to Salt Luke to bo present at a meeting of tho officers of tho company. Mrs. C. Nolson has gone to Medford, Oregon, to visit hor daughter Mrs. Gould. ' Mrs, David Holmgren haH gone to Salt Lnko to attend conference and tho state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gophart haye as their guests Mrs. Gephart's sisters, Mrs. Williams of Wellsvllle, Mr, and Mrs. D. H. Stevens and children will leave soon to make their home In Parlna, Idaho. Miss E. Andorson of Bear River City has been visiting .in Tromonton and attondlng to buslnoBB matters. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bigler are spend ing the week in Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lewis are at tending conference and tho State fair in Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jako White are visit ing in Salt Lake. Mrs. II. Landvatter has received a card from her brother Henry Inthurh that he has arrived safely in France. Mr. and Mrs. J. Standing are enjoy ing themselves in Salt Lake. Oscar Peterson has arrived safely overseas. oo GERMAN MINISTER LEAVES SOFIA BASEL, Switzerland, Oct. 11 The Gorman minister to Bulgaria left Sofia yostorday after confiding German in terests in that country to tho repre sentative of Holland, it was announced today by the Frankfort Gazette. oo LIBERTY BONDS. NEW YORK, Oct. 11. Final pricca on Liberty bonds today woro: 3 1-2b, OS.OU; first convertlblo 4'a, 08.28 second 1's. D7.30J first convertlblo 4 l-Cu, 08.20 oc one! convertlblo 4 1-V.b, 07.30t third 4 1-48, 07.42, A. I HEYWOOD, AS CHAIRMAN OF OGDEN EXEMPTION BOARD, IS EXONERATED BY THE GOVERNOR Former Chairman Abbot R. Hey-' wood of tho Ogdon City draft board has been formally cleared by Governor Simon Bamberger of charges made against him recently by a committee of eighteen Ogden men. In a letter sent to Mr. Hey wood, Governor Bam berger reports that from the findings of the U. S. department of justlco, which ho asked to make an Investiga tion of the charges, tho local execu tive only erred in being ovcr-zoalous in administering tho affairs of the board and assisting the government by an intense loyalty and the highest of motives. When the written charges wore made against Mr. Hcywood, Governor Bamberger Is said to have placed thorn in the hands of a representative of the department of Justice with instructions to render an unbiased report on his findings. The letter from the governor to Mr. Hey wood follows: Oct 10, 1918. Honorable A. R. Hcywood, 675 Twenty-fifth street, Ogden, Utah. My Dear Judge Heywood: After a, careful consideration of tho complaints recently filed agaipst you as chairman of the local board for Ogden, and your 23 Leroy T. Lawson 30 Lucian V. Crltchlow 31 Wong Jim 32 Patrick W, Noonan 33 Lloyd V. Nelson 34 Herbert E. Smith 35 Timothy M. Monson 36 Jesso Charles Carver 37 Makichl Takimoto 38 Manassah Cashmore 39 Walter R. Paul 10 Irving G. Sampson 41 Hugh J. Hilton 12 Joseph F. Goss 43 Amlel Scherrer . 44 Richard Beigamini 45 Michael R. McBrldo 46 Harry C. Brooks 47 George Georgatos 48 John Pacus - 49 Joseph Lazello 50 Arne Jdhanesen 51 HIkataro Kawaguchl 52 Floyd Taylor 53 James A. Muir 64 Frank B. Aiken 65 Rollo F. England , 56 Harry Hill . ' ,57 Clement D. Doldewyn 58 Henry T. Outterldge 59 George J. Brockman 60 Reo Hines 61 John C. Dean 62 Ben Rosonstein 63 Jacob Kap, Jr. 64 Porter Lee Faulkner 65 Clarence Herd 66 Harvoy O. Grandquist 67 John Emmertson 68 John Courtney 69 Rollo O. Allred 70 Poter A. Nelson 71 Herbert H. Noilson 72 Herbert G. Adams 73 Charles C. Johnson 74 Charles E, Nlchaels 75 Peter Benards 76 George W. Barlow 77 Lester H. Patterson 78 David Brooks 79 Theodore D. Kereazopoulos 80 Harry W. Todd 81 David V. Ronguillo 82 William L. Smith 83 S. Arthur Shreeve 84 Joseph R. Jeppson reply thereto, I arrived at tho con clusion that, In fairness to all concerned, a thorough investiga tion should be made by disin terested persons. With this In view I referred. the matter to the United States department of jus tice, and I take pleasure In com municating to you the sentiment reflectod In the finding of its rep resentatives. From tho confidential report submitted It appears that there may have been justification for criticism as to the manner in which somo of the activities of the board wero conducted, but I be lieve that any apparent indiscre tions were due entirely to a zeal ousness to render in a strictly im partial spirit the greatest possiblo servico to the government. I am confident that your actions at all times wero guided by an intense loyalty and the highest of motives. In view of the fact that tho inves tigation was conducted in a man ner unbiased In any respect, per mit me to suggest that tho matter is definitely closed In as far as I am concerned. Yours very truly, ' (Signed) SIMON BAMBERGER, Governor, j STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE ! DECIDED ON IMS OF TIE LOCAL GOLF CLUB SUNDAY I The qualifying round for the Utah golf championship tournamont at eighteen holes will tako place on the links of the Ogden Golf and Country club, Sunday, October 13th, and prom ises to attract the best players from Salt Lake City, Brlgham City and Ogden- Many of the Ogdon players are at tho top of the game, and, with the course In the finest possible condition, it is hoped that a number of local play ers will find themselves In the cham- DRAFT MIR FOR 125 REMITS IN OGDEN The Ogden City exemption board gave order numbers to tho following 125 men Friday upon arrival of the nlaster draft list. They are all regis trants of the September 12 registra tion: 1 Charles A. Koller. 2 George P. Warner 3 Henry Carr 4 Walter K. Millar 5 John E. Swenson 6 Oakolochl Takoshashl-- 7 Thomas M. Irvine 8 James Schalnck 9 Walter Stark 10 Thomas M. McDonough 11 Alfred J. Burdottc 12 Nelpher Swenson 13 Earl A. Cook 14 Harry Vanzandt 15 Domereos Coronois , i 16 David H. Spackman 17 Frederick Smith 18 Frank Biskrupric 19 Roland F. Selbold 20 Elbert F. Emley 21 Joseph O. Read 22 Rocco BIrard 23 Abraham Alpert 24 Joseph E. Hawkins 25 Stanford Harrop 26 Louis C. Scoville 27 Arvid Nylander 28 Raymond M. Compton pionship flight of sixteen to qualify. In addition to this state champion ship contest, there will also be the final eighteen holes play of the thirty six hole open tournamont, the first eighteen of which is being played to day over tho Salt Lake course. Five professionals from Los Angeles, Butte, Boise, Salt Lake City, and Ogden have' entered, and, with the best amateur! players also in the game, Ogden Golf club members will bo treated to n very fine jexhibltion of golf. 85 Charles A. MacCarthy 86 Yoshltaro Suzuki 87 Lynn Paul 8S John N. Spargo 89 Sadrack G. Winholtz 90 Charles Gentile 91 Jules A. Dien 92 Arthur W. Watson 93 Paul K. Kammeyer 91 Ernest Winkler 95 Harry Hales 96 Clifford Huss 97 Takeo Tanino 98 Charles K. Long 99 Harry R. Clifford 100 William Allen 101 John Baranian 102 Emil L. Keller Jr. 103 Marani Charles Woods 101 Robert M. Roberts 105 John Ballard 106 Fred D. Clark 107 Robert McNally 108 George A. Goates 109 George W. Udink 110 Charles H. Wolfe. 111 Unodlchi Kubota 112 John F. Ellis 113 George S. Burt , 114 Edgar G. Morris 115 Hugh W. I-lcnrv 116 Joseph B. Hawks 117 Calvin Weaver 118 Joseph L. Whitaker 119 Nephi Reynolds 120 Oscar E. Mortlnsen 121 Frederick Williams 122 William H. Blackman 123 Walter T. Irwin 124 William Keseling 125 John M. Haszbouk LIBERTY LOAN II IF SUBSCRIBED The Liberty loan total for Ogden and Weber county was increased Friday by subscription of $51,950 which brought the grand total up to $1,283, 800. This makes the subscription slightly over half of the apportion ment. The subscribers during the day numbered 281. The banks' report follows: Yesterday's Grand Sales Total First National $27,300 $ 174,300 Utah National 7.450 373,750 Commercial Nat'l , 4,250 141,400 Pingree National 2,550 262,400 Ogden State 5,950 214,900 Security State 2,100 56,950 Ogden Savings .... 2,350 60,100 Totals $51,950 $1,283,800 nn Aviators Fast Becoming Aces; Many Victories WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY NORTHWEST OF VERDUN, Friday, Oct 11 (By the Associated Press) Several aviators have becomo aces since Americans struck the German lines In this sector. There also has been an increase in victories credited to old aces attached to the squadrons In this area. Eddie Rlckonbacker has won fifteen aerial victories and probably will "be credited with eighteen in a few days. Just behind him comes Lieutenant Frank Luke of Phoenix, Ariz., with fourteen. Lieutenant Hamilton Cool idge of Boston, Mass., and J. C. Vas concell of Denver, Colo., are new aces with seven and five respectively. Yesterday's performances of the "strafing raiders" which caused con sternation among Gorman airmen, was i tho duplicate of anothor raid on Oc-' n and . n hfffl y TWOBUSY STORES 35c Tooth Brush- t f I 5 Wj& Twenty-fourth and Washington cs, Special Q? & i Twentylfth and, Washington at LXSC STOP THE "FLU" IjHHjlj jlIOT 111 j This dreadful epidemic now stalks the land the most eminent men ol&Tj ) . igttUH&$Jls I ijS ' the medical profession are cautioning the public to UGe every effort tofff . . j provont the spreading of Influenza and la grippe germs. If you,, or inyQ d' IBI(BBBU-?5v member of your household should become afflicted vith Influenza or laEjlS ' WlpSBr grippe, call your physician without dqlay. ' AWfXttfyj vMj&R. Mt YOU CAN PREVENT THE SPREADING OF THIS DEADLY EPIDEMIC f 1 PREVENTION P 1 I ,3 IS ALL IMPORTANT EdLJrfev '-gS ((M8g2?Q $2 fi p Don't let it take root. Use the proper DISINFECTANTS and antl- 'fta?? ViH m M septlcs about your home. Use antiseptic mouth baths antlocptlc V&w I M g$J nasal douches and healing throat sprays. Make your home safe LC ft v?? from the invasion of disease germs. Below we enumerate a few ' preventives and common home remedies. ' w " I DOBELL'S De VILBISS ' v-df I m ATOMIZERS , V Jk ' j i SOLUTION Jill For Sprnnrgoaosc anfl j&M k i m THE WONDERFUL Makes a perfect spray, jSk f M PREVENTIVE OF IN- Zr r"? f 'M 1 I FLUENZA Relief is I BQBIijLL nose and "3 flfl and 11 1TKJS&? H ' instantaneous. Unques- CnTflTfflU i't throat .... pl.Uu up m MiaP-jjJI feSi tionably the spray best 75y Glyc Thyrto,inc JfT SS H f adapted for the treat- ffm-& 30c, '55c '$1.10 vl Hfe I ment of cold in the 5 Special ( fffOM 35 XSfl i head and influenza. Tthm. Mclntyrc's Co'd YvWx WWliWK ? P P Strictly antiseptic - rZj . 25c JVV 1 alkallrTe 50c Bttl 182110 P Pen6,ar Co,d 25(J X. ' Snc: 26c For That Chesty for-Afy against Chlorate of Potassium Tab- ir C.llCs INFLUENZA AND H lets, for sore throat IDC OUgffl rT?TPPT7 1 n , . ., . , TAKE PENSLAR PINE, TAR LA GRIPPE g , Calomel Tablets keeps your AND SPRUCE METHOLATED A . , M TtCm - 100 fr Wo ,n Petrates to the very depths of A weakcned system ,s most rcad"y f clean lvU Jdj the irritation. A safe r a Large subject to disease. Build up tone r& j- r . o, u 1C and SUrC remedy Bo"le your blood and build strength. ; Caccme Shields 15c Mentholatum, no and an .Make yourself proof against dls- f S.llers. AaUne Ant,Sep.,c Tab,e3, 6nJ A h Lf5or, ... 25c rr'.01"1- 25c and 50c ?:r:.A!n? $1.00 I f ' ' N ' ZZ r Horiick's Malted Milk- RICH, RED BLOOD IS THE FOE I $ 45c, 90c, $3.45 4f of all diseases h Pbcco Toch Pas., 4gc KJW DYNAMIC COMPOUND I I y iiPllili Makes this kind of blood and drives it to every part H Pepsodent Tooth Paste An W Iffiwi f th bdy- 11 nourIshes and b"''s up tired and M m Special Ul SCm wcak or9ans, restores nerve power and tones up the W s Java Rice Powder, Ar $ i&&yk stomacn- Gives you vigor and vim. Will do all that 15 Special 4jC Uf Vl J,'s claimed for It. 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UYx7 r j 1 1 IglH,' m I m TYCOS on a fever thermometer means it's trustworthy, reliable: it's 1- 7"-- J lr 1 1 your protection. frl i' Brighten 'm. j. b. coffee' ?Vr S i m rJnng Your La Grippe 5g f Your Undoubtedly the best 45c Cof. v ESliW tce on the market today. t?s Ffe- A9 W i E Furniture M fresh roasted ad of f rrCSCnptlOIl S 1 jf p With strength you'll like Its delicious , l RANKIN'S nJT f I f'avo'' and aroma sealed Jn air- To Mclntyre's U S cedar jTirnnTTiii t,0,1t tIns An extra spectal of- M I 0)L , i l l fer Mondav and Tuesday 39c. Pure, fresh Drugs are csseni & j P IF i w-m ran tial to the efficiency of every W. f. j compoumo 39c Tin i Imparts a brillant appearaf.ee of . of business makes the accu- M S newness to all wood surfaces. jst---J n . . mulation of stale stock Im- ,t onU.SeC:"inoS.anSSePoe8yoi" ' -gallon Pickle J possible. Accuracy , com. 1 'j 1 piano, Victrola and auto. A Barrels and 1-galloni pounding is a certainty here f f time, labor and rn g Jugs for saJe j -Four Registered Graduates 1 t 'fe j lmneysaVer Quart I JLpt, , i of Pharmacy to serve you. W j K ' j I r-l . way From the Cfovlds0 Thmnrand J J Si QTIIKK ll S n ffs' i a"yons AsNdW Arraved Beautiful SflRflf AlJir ;j III Jt 'ascFnatFng pleasures of kodakfng Lovers of Chill Con Carnc or W, j 5 fiSli II I film and"dak yUr 'ad at Mc'n "0t Tama'es mat indu'9e t0 H 1 ' 5 I BwJi tw llfl'-lM for the better RklndLofS Then there are Hot Boullons, H t h IflHl fm I fe33L-4Jl DEVELOPING, Delicious Soups and Chowders b3 7 IB SiSl Print'n9 and Enlarging Coffee, Tea or Chocolate H 1 I HH I A RM w I daily'' BeSsuro to m i "'liSB? IVlcIntVTe R Lunch at Mclntyre's 9 f ? j S " " j Quick Service Popular Prices. Kj J ,5 I TWO STORES V " M j ' BBHHHHHHIHHHBH 25th st- and wash'. Ave! IWKBKKBtKBttKKBKt - 1 ' I ' fc tober 2 when Lieutenants Rickenback er, Coolldse and Edward Curtlss of Rochester, N. Y., got one between them and Lieutenant Coolldge got two more Independently. Lieutenants Rickenbacker and Vasconcell got one apiece and LleutenanLs Wiley S. Sparks, of Unlontown, Pa., Thorner Taylor of Chicago, and William Pal mer, of Bennettaville, S. C, downed ono between them. oo Real Estate Transfers Weber county to Evona Investment company, wost half of lot 7, block 31, 0 plat A; consideration $1073.75. Quit claim deed. W. J. Parkor and wife to Evona In vestment company, part of lots 7 and 8, block 31, plat A; consideration $5,183.58. Warranty deed. W, C. Clark to his wife, Ethel Glas mann Clark part of tho southwest quarter of section 12, township 5 north range 2 west; consideration $1. War ranty deed. George Bird to Albert Jones, part of the southeast quarter section G, tqwnshlp 5 north, range 1 wost, with water right; subject to a mortgage of $1700; consideration $300. Warranty deed. BUNK FROM KENNEBUNKPORT. fl J5 Booth Tarklnglon, tho author of several . ; novols. has been spending tho summcf l- at his place called Scawood at Kcnne- bunkport, Me. Mr. Ta'rklngton has been w IJ hunting submarines, signals and spies. Tho oilier day a submnrino was sighted Rj 9" about fourteen miles off shore, but tho w pfj fog caused Mr. Tarklngton to mlsa run- K u,t nlng down the submarine In his own .boat. w -Tfi New York Sun. i, oo MS. Bulgaria to Turkey and Austria: "ComO jXL ir In. tho unconditional surrendering la fmv fo- fine!" 1 iil It is somotlmcs easier to ciitch on than tfw tr; It is to let go. Vf 1L