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I j J THL: OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY. APRIL 17, 1919.
1 1 THE OUTBURST OF EVERET TRUE I J fsTO I 6oNlT flSUe THAT II YOU MeN I T)RtMK enough Gbrpee i J Yoo only Tb HURT Me. I TAKe rJL tSRNK ON 6: IT 0fRV AT PKeAVcpAST, : .,' cup EM?TV. Akt THeu i QisfCV liTrrngftAjJL ; J. CUPFUL, U'J I flfllll'jl 'Iff FOUR KILLED IN I DISORDERS IN I CITYOF MILAN I I MIL AX, Italy, April 17. Four per-j I i ' sons were killed and several wound. 1 I i . during: disorders here Wednesday inci- j I t deDt to clashes between Sociali-t and I : antl-Socinlist groups Th o! I the newspaper Avanti were wrecked I I by the Socialists. I j The workmen of Milan, Bologna, I j Turin and Genoa, the principal main; I facturing cities of northern Italy. b I gnn a 21-hour strike today. Iff - ; L Stop Itching Eczema Never mind how often you have tried and failed, you canstopbuming, itchinr; eczema quickly by applying Zemo fur rushed by any druggist for 35c. Extra large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the moment Zemo is applied. In a short time usually every trace of eczema, tetter, pimples, rash, blackheads and similar skin diseases will be removed. For clearing the skin and making it vigorously healthy, always uce Zemo, I the penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It I is not greasy and does not stain. When j 1 others fail it is the one dependable treatment for skintroubles of all kinds. 1 I ' The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, O. Hi Advertisement. l I Exhibition Games MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 16 Score: 0 R. H. E. j Chicago Americans 12 12 3 If Memphis Southern A.-s'n ... 3 11 7 , Batteries Kerr and Lynn; Canavan, I Fentres and Dchaney. I OKLAHOMA CITY. April 16. score; I I B H. E. 1 Chicago Nationals 9 H 2; 1 Oklahoma Cit Western l'gue.3 10 3 I Batteries Martin Weaver and 0'- 1 Farrcll; Griffin. Tabor and Griffith. ; GOLDSBORO N. C. April 16 Score It. H E j New York Americans 5 6 0 'i Brooklyn Nationals .1 6 4 A Batteries Schneider. Shawkey, and I Ruel; Marquard and M. Wheal. I Join the crowds at the As- I sembly, 2408 Washington. Dance every Tuesday, Thurs j day and Saturday nights. Music by Novelty Dance Or- I chestra. 2952 i 11 Male Members of Taberncale Choir I Meet Tonight The male members of the Ogd n Tabernacle Choir are to meet tonight at 7:45 o'clock for a special rehears-a : on new music. At 8:15 the wonu will assemble and the balance of the evening will be devoted to the prejjar aiion of new mu?ic for the Weber stake conference, to be held In Ogden next Sunday at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. A large number of new chorouses are being considered and studied by the choir and the purpose of the prac tice tonight is to put on the finishing touches Apostle Stephen L. Richards, an ard- BECOMESLENDER Reduce your weight 10 to 60 lbs., or .m more under $100 GUARANTEE by ualnc OIL OF KOREIN. following , gi wmy direttJons Sold by A. R Mc- ' iX Intyrc Drug Co.; Cullcy Drug Co.; W Ensign Drug Co . Sullivan Drug X Co , and other in Ogden. :m ALL busy druggists everywhere 11 sell OIL OF KOREIN. Booklet mslirl fr-e b".' Koroln Co., KV-30X, P Station New ent admirer of the choir, will be one of the principal speakers at both ses sions Sunday. uo r- Rippling Rhymes (By Walt Mason) V FORGET IT. By Walt Mason. Forget the grief of yesterday, he is! the greatest bore I know who button- ; ASTHMA 1 but relief is olten Kv3 GS X brought by r!Wfc YOUR BODYGUARD -3060'7T.2Q FELT LIKE MUSCLES WERE TIED IN 101 That Is Exactly the Way Tin dall Says His Rheuma tism Acted. "I had never taken a dose of Tanlnc in my life until some six weeks ago. but T have received more benefit from the three bottles 1 have just finished than from all the other medicines I have taken put together," said George R. Tlndall. of 6002 Eighteenth avenue, South. Seattle, the other day. Mr Tindall is employed at the Skinner & Eddy Ship Yards. "For several years," he continued, "suffered terribly from muscular rheumatism and kidney trouble. The j muscles of my right arm would draw i up at the elbow, and feel like they were lied in a knot, I had no appetite and the little I fprced down didn't do me much. If any good My kidney worried me night and day. I had an awful misery up and down my s-pine, and my baek right over my kidneys would hurt so bad that if I stooped over it would almost kill me to straighten up again. I couldn't rest j well al night, and many a time I would j wake up al midnight, and never sleep another wink the balance of the nighl then my back would start hurting BO bad that I could hardly get up out of bed "I guess I have taken every kind of medicine sold without getting a bit of relief, and I was in mighty bad shape when I decided to see if Tanlac would help me. Well, 1 can honestly say that I haven't had an ache or a pain Bince shortly after I started on Tanlac I sleep like a log at night, and my wife tells me that I am liable to eat us both out of house and home if I keep on with the appetite Tanlac has given me I feel so well and hearty in every wav tl)al I have told the boys down at the ship yard how much good Tnnlar baa done for me. for I hope that my exper ience will be the means of helping oth i r. who may hao troubles like I had " Tanlac is sold in Ogden by A. R. Melntyrc Drug Co. Two busy stores. Advertisement. holes us on his way, to talk about some bygone woe Forget the grudge you've held so long against the gent who lives next door; ii's doubtless true you're in the wrong: his brad's entitled to be sore. Forget the fhanres you have missed, forget the hopes that proved a frost; there al ways is a chance, I wist, as good as any you have lost. Forget your princely pedigree, forget the .blue blood in your veins; ret out where common mortals be, and malch with theirs your stately br iin? Forget the graudeur of the past if you're redueeo to low estate; get down to tacks and hustle fast, and keep vour winning smile on straight Forget the dark, un pleasant things, we all have troubles of our own- we love the whn smile? and sings detest the one who sheds a groan . Forget the ailments FOWLER AND TM M GUIS ATM LOCAL SHOOT W. P Fowler and John L. Tayloi were the high guns in yesterday's shnnt at thr Ogden Hun elub. Fowler broke 4f out of 50 targets Taylor Ford and T'oon endeavored to equal the score, hut were unsuccessful, only breaking 48. Taylor won the 100 target event, breaking flfi out of a possible 100. A shoot for the cup donated by G. L. decker will commence next Wednes day and will, continue each week dur ing the season. The artist that wins the greatest number of these shoots will be given the cup. Following are the scores for yeMer dav's shoot: W. P Fowler 49 C J. boon '8 J. L. Taylor 48 Ernest Ford '13 A. P. Bigelow 4 7 Bert Bailey IfJ Al Brewer , 41 William Settle 40 Scores for ill. Km target event were as follows: J. I,. Taylor 9C A. P. Bigelow 04 Ernest Ford 93 C. J. Doon 93l Bert Bailev 93 W. P. 1-owlea 92 you have had, the mumps, the gland ers and the gout, forget the truss and liver pad, and talk of tractors, tripe and trout Forget all weary things that bore, that keep men yawning as you spiel; spring gladness when you have the floor, and tell how dad blamed good you feel! Copyright by George Matthew Adams. rr ' JUST FOLKS J FREEDOM'S FRIENDS. By Edgar A. Guest. We have spoken through our guns; They havo shrieked our lovo of rlgM. V have spoken through our sons Who have gladly borne the fight, i We have told the crushed and weak That we serve no selfish creeds; i Now for justice let us speak j Through the glory of our deeds. On the far-flung battle line We have battled for the truth. As a pledge for all that's fine We have sacrificed our youth. ! We have fought as freedom's friend. Now the thundering cannons cease! I And the w arfare's at an end. Let us be as brave in peace. In the heal nnd pain of strife And the lumult of the test We have guarded human life The DEVON T Price $7.00 UUj Low-shoe time I You need cool, new, trim oxfords for the hot days coming. Here's a model catching real particular dressers. Look at its comfortable heel, then study that long, rangy toe and fore part Style there, style for the live young man who must be snappily shod. Your exact fit is sure to be among the many Walk-Over lasts. Boot Shop Washington Averu And have rescued the oppressed, I And we boasted that we sought Only freedom for the world; Lei ua Ji-ve as we have fought Now the battle flags are furled. We have written It in blood That for justice we will die. We hae braved the ocean's flood Majving truth our battle cry. We have pledged ourselves to seek Only joys which we may give, Now for justice let us speak And for justice let us live. (Copyright 1919 by Edgar A. Guest. I oo Little .'-year-old Vivian, visiting In I the country for the first time hap pened to notice the cattle enjoying , their cud. "Say. grandpa!" she exclaimed, "does you have to buy gum for all them cows to chew ? " IVu a great misfortune not to hava judgment enough to keep silent at the right emit. oo If a friend borrows your umbrella it will probably keep Lent. DOINGS OF THE McDUFFS j ft TWIS LITTLE FELLovJ I-" " N'J(i 'Hi h oWAtJ.JlMP; ' P ? 1 I VlAvJt 1 WMT You To lWs5TaJ0 '' Wlr I THE KATZIES - But Alec Never Expected to Be Reminded of It. ceyd" l ' OH HOW PERFECTLY ( THEY RRE 60 FRESH J ft RERLLY BELIEVE THEREC5 I WELL - ER- YES, THERE lS- ?rei&2F-32y TSP'Gj VD BERUT1FUL' STILL. R LITTLE DEW ON j. BUT lh GOMVfi PRY IT i ' ! SAY POP! 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