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THE OCDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1919. g II """ssr" AT H A 1VTTT A I Today and Tom"w - 1 1 DON'T Hiss IT. j 1 f JfcLP I No Advance in Prices. I "THE TURN IN THE ROAD" I WITH BEN ALEXANDER, THE GREATEST CHILD ACTOR IN THE WORLD B NO ADVANCE gmm NOT A WAR PICTURE um I the alhambra is a safe 1 1 IN PRICES TOI and BILLIE RHODES lfHfS ' I I i IN A BRAND NEW COMEDY amSpAY fy ALHAMBRA' j I ETHEL '1 fllL Grand Easter Prodaction 9 1 I CLAYTON " JL Vnfljjjnk Between Picture Program, 3 'til 4 p. m. I 1 I IN I grand fairy land 1 1 1 "Maggie I stage show 1 1 1 T T' f l Children of the Second Grade of the I 1 1 0 II L, Mi" Washington School Afternoon Only JW SMi JL -stL With Ethel Clayton m p J Itomh 1 . wjg penner" AMk I I Nasty thing a gun looks from the wrong end of it. You all saw Ethel in V Ethel Clayton takes the role of a saleslady who means 'The Mystery Girl." 1 Children 10c, 'til 4 p. ID. Pp-W I I to "make good" in the best American style, and it's Don't miss her in I After 4 p.m., 6 Cents I I mighty thrilling to see the way this famous star at- "Maggie Pepper" I (-7 I I tacks difficulty after difficulty of a beautiful girl's I Every Child in Ogden Will Be Delighted Q II life and comes out O. K. f" : I r -mmfi ' a 1 J j 1 I JAPANESE PRESS ASSAILS U. S. Ambassador Returns to Tokio on Account of Divergence of Views With Home Government. TOKIO, Friday. April 11. (By The Associated Press.) The announce ment that Viscount Ishiyi, the F'P anese ambassador to the United Stales. Is returning to Japan, which Is accompanied by a continuation of the anti-American campaign in the Japanese press has had the effect of centralizing interest in Japanese and American relations. Several of the newspapers insist that Viscount Ishlyl is resigning on account of a dive: m of views with the home government. - The newspapers assail America and Americans for alleged activities iu Si beria, Korea and China. All of the newspapers find the I nited Stat, i gressive and hypocritical. The Jiji Shlnipo refers to the selfishness of the American proposal to have the league of nations covenant contirui the Monroe doctrine. Investigation Bhows no existence of serious diplomatic questions between Japan and the United States. In Si beria where some differences in view developed between the United Sta'es and Japan it now appears that the two countries are working in close co-operation especially Jn connection with the control of the trans-Siberian rail way. The recent incident at Tien Tsin between Japanese and American troops is not considered important here Japan's appointment of Baron Yoshiro Sakatani as financial adviser to China seems not to have been ap proved in the United States. though it is said Japan had the impression that the United States was favortblo to it. It is believed this question 1b one of the causes of Viscount lshli's return home for a consultation. I Doctor Tells How to Detect j Ha rmful Effects of Tobacco Try These SIMPLE TESTS Now York: Porfor Connor, formerly of Johns Hopkins Hospital says; Many men who smoko chew 01 snufl iri' -aantly and who arc seemingly healthy re suffering from progressive organic ftilmanU Thousands of them would never hav been afflicted had it not been for the use of tobatce. and thousands would soon pet well if the) would only top the use of tobaeeo. The chief habit g" jj forming principle of tobacco Is nicotine. a leadly poison which when Absorbed b) the system slowly affects the norvu-, membranes, tissues and vital orvrans of the bod Tii" harmful effect of tobacco varies and depend on rlrcumfitancea. s-y One will be riffllcted with peneral de bility, others with catarrh or the 1 1 ro:it. Indication, coneilpatlon. extreme norv ousness. Ploeplestmcss, Iobm of memory, lack of will power, mental contusion, etc Othern may surfer fiom heart ls--anc, bronchial tj-ouble, hnrdenlnK Of 'he arteries, tuberculosis, blindness or ven cancer or the common u fillet len known as tobacco heart. If you U6e tobacco In any form, you can easily de tect the harmful cffectB by making the following simple tests. Ren1 aloud ore full pa. from a book. If In the course of reading your voice become muffled, hoarse and indistinct and you must fre- K juently clear your throat, the chance HP ftro that your throat Is alfected by catarrh and it may be the beginning of more serious trouble. Next, in the morn tag before taking vour usual oinokc, Walk up ihr . ilUfbU ; oi aUlrs at . a repulnr pace, then stop. If you find that you are out of breath, your heart beat Is forced, trembling 01 irregular, you may be a victim of functional or oiKanlc heart trouble If you feel that you must smoke, chew or anuff to quiet your nurvos, you are S slave to the tobacco habit ;i n i ;m positively poisoning your self with thi deadly drug, nicotine, in either case you have Just two alterna tives keep on with the self -poisoning , . Irrespective of the dangers and suifi-r the consequences; or rIvo up the habit and escape the dungcts. You can overcome the craving and stop the habit in e very ihort t!m bj using the follow 1 in; Inexpensive formula jo i- any druj; 1 etore and ask for Nlcotol tablets, take ono tablet after each moal. and In a com paratively short time you will have no desire for tobacco, the craving will have left you. with the nicotine poison out or your system, your general health will quickly improve. Note: "When asked aboul N'leotol tab lets, one of our leading druggists said: "It is truly a wonderful remedy for the tobacco habit, away ahead of anything wc have over sold before. Wc arc author ized by the manufacturers iu refund the, money to evory dissatisfied cuslomor. and we would not permit the use of our name unless the remedy possessed un usual merit." Nicotol tablets arc sold In this cits under an Iron-clad money-back , guarantee by all up-to-date druggist. 1 Advertisement, Notwithstanding the adverse eriti- cisms of the newspapers, responsible (Japanese opinion continues solidly in favor of friendly co-operation wilh thj United States as the fundamental principle of Japan's foreign polity. The impression prevails that the n ws paper attacks are tho result of dio appointment on the part of tho writers that Japan is not occupying as im portant a place in the peace confer ence as they had Imagined she would ?nd general uneasiness over the pos sibility of Japan facing international political isolation. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley ft Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago. Ill . writing your name and addxese plain ly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Hon ;nil Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Fills for pain in I .sides and back; rheumatism, back ! ache, kidney and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole some and thoroughly cleansing cathar tic, for constipation, biliousness, head ache, and sluggish bowels. A. It. Mc lntyre Drug Co Advertisement. 00 Labor Unions Are In Favor of the League of Nations NEW YORK. prll 17.-The labor bureau of the League to Enforce Peace, in a report made public today, declares that organized labor over whelmingly favors the entrance of the United States into h League of Nations. The evidence in the posses sion of the league includes resplutloni or letters from international and na tional labor unions with a membership of more than two and a half million and representing every important in dustry. The League to Enforce Peace al ready has received copies pi resolu: lions indorsing the League of N itiODfl movement From 108 of the son cent tl unions of the country. These resolu tions were adopted since the pu hi ii tlon of the Paris covenant on Febru ary 14. Among the international labor unions which have reported such at Uon are the Bricklayers, .Masons and Plasterers of America, the Switch men's Union of North America; the Commercial Telegraphers Union of America: and the Swedish Working men's I'nion ni America Formal ui ldorsemem has come al6o from Qui state federations of Colorado, Ken tucky, Minnesota, Montana, Utah West Virginia and Porto Rico. The report estimates that at least one thousand addresses in faor of the League of Nations are made every day at labor union meetings in all parts of the country. Five thousand picked labor representatives hae been commissioned by the League to Enforce Peace to carry on this speak ing campaign among the unions. The report instances the case of an A. F. L organizer living in Mobile, Alabama, who was commissioned as a league speaker. The very next day this man delivered League of Nations speeches before four local labor or ganizations and as a result all four lo cals adopted resolutions indorsing the league and sent them to their senators in Washington. "Th effort to establish a League ()f Nations," says the report, "is primar ily a popular movement. The hearty support of union labor is the best pos sible evidence that the league idea ap peals 10 the mosi Intelligent portion ot the workers of America." Attached to the report is a list ? central labor unions which have re ported to the league the adoption of resolutions "Indorsing the league of nations and calling upon our United States senators, asking their support for such a league of nations when pre sented for consideration by the presi dent of the United States, as part of the treaty of peace." The list follows. Central Labor Unions. Arizona Phoenix. Arkansas Little Rock, California Fresno, San Francisco, Santa Barbara. Pasadena, Stockton. Colorado Grand Junction. 1 r.nneelii ul N w 1 .ondon, Middle town. Waterbury. 1 1. -laware Wilmington. Florida Key West. Georgia Atlanta. Idaho Boise. Illinois Sprl&gfleld, Ilillsboro, Streator. CarllnVllle, Eldorado. Mount I Vernon, Aurora, Jacksonville, Canton, j Alton. Batavia. Indiana Muncie, New Albany, La Payette, Boonvllle, Michigan City. Iowa Tri-City. Kansas Topeka. Kansas City, Cof fey vi lie Kentucky Covington. Louisville. Louisiana - Shreveport. Maine Augusta. Maryland - Baltimore. MasachuSetta Boston, Somerville Springfield Chicopfee, Brockton. Michigan Flint, Port Huron, Es canaba, Minnesota -St. Paul, Duluth. Montana Billings, Helena. New Jersey Paterson. Elizabeth New York Buffalo. Hudson. Nv Rochelle, Mount Vernon, Rocht Bter, SjracuaQj iungtton. Odvci;o, Aubuiu. Ohio -Mar(bn, Columbus, Bucyrus, Elyrla, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Lorain, Portsmouth, Akrun. Fostoria. Tiffin. North Carolina- Raleigh. Oklahoma Bart lesvllle, Shawnee. Pennsj ivania Punxsutawney, Eas ton. Spartansburg, York. Connellsrlllo, Pottsville. Mahanoy City, Scranton, Washington. South Dakota Sioux Falls. Tennessee Chattanooga, Jackson, Knoxville. Texas Thurber, Big Spring, Dallas, Galveston Utah Ogden, Salt Lako City Washington Olympia, Spokane, Ho quiam. Wesl Virginia Huntington. . Wisconsin Rhinelander, Oshkosh. Wyoming Rock Springs. More Utah Boys Arrive From Across the Atlantic Ocean NEW YORK, April 17 Bringing more than 120u olficers and men of the Fortieth division (former national guard of California, Nevada, Utah. Colorado. New Mexico and Arizona) the steamship Sierra arrived here to day from Bordeaux Headquarter.-' .oiupany, medical de tachment and Companies A. B, C and D of the 144th machine gun battalion, 24 officers and G60 men will be de mobilized at Camps Kearny, Grant, Dodge, Hancock, Sherman, Lee and Dix. Headquarters and sanitary de tachments and Companies A, B, C and h of the 14Mrd machine gun battalion, HO officers and 32n men, will be de mobilized at Camps Kearny, Dix, Bow le, Dodge and Grant. The Fortieth division's military police company, lour olficers and 104 men. will be de mobilized at Camps Kearny, Bowie and Funston. Meanwhile these wes tern troops will go to Camp Mills. N. Y. The Sierra brought altogether 1606 troops, including three officers and 252 men convalescing from wounds or illness ami balloon, medical and oth er casuals. Detachment of 91st CAM P M ERR ITT, N. J., April 17 A detachment of one officer and 25 men of the 363rd infantry, 91st divis ion, left hen- today for Camp Taylor. THE WAY. "How can these matrimonial bu reaus come up to the scratch "lu proving they are safety . lualLUcs.'' hBssssssssssI KVWfJSBBSBBBBBBBSl ? EMPEROR HAD DESIRED PEACE Letter Written to Crown Prince Discloses Attitude of Former Austrian Ruler. BERLIN. Wednesday. April 16. Hh the Associated Press) The Vienna correspondent of the Zeilung Am Mit sayi that there has been pub lished there a letter alleged to have been written by former Emperor Charles of Austria to the former Ger man crown prince. The letter, it is stated, was dated August 20, 1917, and among other things said "Bulgaria is on the point of drop ping out of the war and the situation demands that peace should be con cluded before winter. I have positive indications that we could win over an opponent if Germany would be willing to make certain territorial sacrifices in Alsace -Lorraine but I do not want Germany alone to make sacrifices. I will myself bear the lion's share in this direction." Pointing out that Austria in 1915 of tared Trentind to Italy to avoid Italy's ! 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