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I fc 12 THE OGDEN STANDARD OGDEN. UTAH, FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1919.
I FIELD WOULD I J ADOPT POLICY OF I DEVELOPMENT H BOSTON. April 1 7 Adoption of .1 H definite national policy Of developing H ine resources of the United Slates eo that the country would become as nearly economical! independent of hr svorld as possible was advocated by Secretary RedtieUl tonight in an H address before the Executive Aasocia-j H Hon of Wholesale Grocers of New Bng laud. H "The United States can never r-Nuh full economic independence of the world, because no on nation ifl r H Riven all tbeb liessings or providence," Mr. Rcdfjelii Stated, "but wc ctii L exfine far more independent than we! V I "Public opinion." lie salt "should H not only support but urge th. govt HIV mr-Dt to make and carry out a definite policy, with the requisite funds for car-1 lying it out. where under the national! H domain, whether in the United States, H Alaska. Hawaii, or Porto Rico. Should have its possible resource ascertained H and steps taken to their development "This should include our transport' tion systems, our cable facilities unde- seas, our waterways, our mines and ' H supplies of oil. our timber reserves, our coast surveys, the resources of our1 H fisheries, the reclamation of waste H lands, the cheeking of Industrial waste, in short, a forward policy lf develop America.'" I Company Proves I Druggists Not Guilty I erf Profiteering H Wc wihh to state to the public, that j the druggists of the count rj arc not 1 profiteering. Our goods were put on tho inarket 1 H In 1914 arid told to the public in pack H ages at 50fi and $1 00. The good; cost the druggists more ; than other preparations r,t tho Bam I price, but their sales are larse on this! remedy and they are satisfied with a email profit. You can still purchase our goods from San Francisco to New , York at the same price as always 50c and ?1 00 a package, and any drug- gist will gladly refund your money if! you are not satisfied. This is the best 1 prescription on the market for GAS ON STOMACH, INDIGESTION, ETC. 1 ry It. Cave's Stomach Powder Advertisement. uo Earth Tremors Are I Recorded at U, WASHINGTON, April 17.- An earth-j quake of unusual severity was record sd late today by the scisniotrraph atj Georgetown University. The earth tremors were first recorded at t . ".0 and lasted until 610. reaching the; point 0:" lrgbsi Intensity at 5:10. It! was estimated at the university thai the center of the disturbance was lo cated approximately 2.000 miles iron Washington and probably in Central or South America ' 00 I Germans Are to Arrive on Friday At Versailles PARIS, April 17. The actual ar rival of the Cermans at Ver sailles', U was stnted, is sched uled for Friday night. April 25. but ine meeting with thj preslden. and premiers will not be held until fcavur-j day and may een be deterred until Monday After the treaty is actually deliver ed, it is intended to allow adequate I ume tor tne German? to make in quiries concerning the various deiailb before returning 10 Weimar. Th: Is expected to take about two days, the ! first day being devoted by the Ger mans to tamiliarizins tbemsehi-- -a i b ihe terms and the recond day to an swering questions they may make. ! There is no purpose to have this! assume the character of a discussion 1 but merely the elucidation of any! points which may assist In obtaining 1 Diompt and favorable action when the) plenipotentiaries return to Weimar. 1 It is believed the slay of the pleni potentiarics at Weimar will cover a week, thus bringing them back to Versailles about May S to 10. This, however, is conjectural, for it Is de pendent npon the rapidity of the de cisions reached at Weimar. Premier Lloyd George's declaration in the British parliament that i t ince had been given full guarantees agunst a renewal of German attacks Is the TirEt authoritative statement tha1 ui b guarantees have been given and arouses tbe keenest discussion re garding the nature of ihe guarantees : affecting the United States and Great Britain. The lrench reporLs any that the guarantee? amount to an - '"" " Did You Read About The Farmer Who Became A Millionaire in Less Than 6 Months? IN THE TEXAS OIL FIELDS Did you read about the man who rose from the position of restaurant cook to one of big wealth? Did you read about a poor minister who became the administrator of great wealth, and the broker's clerk who made a mil! j! ion out of oil? " j Astounding Wealth made so quickly it positively makes you dizzy. The Holiday Oil Company has issued a publication. "Interesting Information on the Oil Discoveries of Texas." It will tell you some facts that will stagger you. Send for it, wc will mail il to you free. Better yet, send your order in today for shares in The Holiday Oil Company, capital 100,000 shares, $1.00 each. The company owns a lease in the great Burkburnett field and a lease on over 4000 acres in Parker County, Texas; 40 acres in Erath County, and a drilling site in Eastland County great acreage, giving a possibility of rmkmg every stockholder rich. We .tic drilling our well now. Two others will start soon. Write to us for full particulars. Order your shares without delay. I Holiday Oil Co. ! CAPITAL, $100,000.00 PAR VALUE. $1.00 JOHN CRAWFORD, Vice President OCIE SPEER. Attorney. Counsel for Com- Fully Paid and Non-Assessable Real Ectatc and Oil Operator pany ! J. W. CART, President, General Manager, Dublin. Texas fori Worth, Texas 1 , . x C A L T. SCOTT, Secretary , and Treasurer . , , r , Genera Officei u Director in Several Brnks In Texas and I Oil Operator and Real Estate Prominent Oil Man BASEMENT FORT WORTH CLUB BLDG, I Fort Worth, Texas Millsap, Texas Tert Worth, Tcx.is I n I I 111 Mil ! I II W pMWWWptHlllM I III1W III ! WW IIIPIB W I I JJJlMWWWWWBMMWWBaBMMMMMHWMWP-T-,g,-rVlli11 ' LL-.-'-l-- J 1 JmMaBMHBHMB ' "-I" MTICSBBBBSMmaMBf alliance, ami the mi-official Tmp--says: "Premier Lloyd G-eorze's language iidmit.s of only one nipninp. This is that Great Britain and the I "nitod ; laies engage to sustain France in case she is again attacked by Ger many Such' an alliance la legiUraste and necessary. Mr Lloyd George! would not pronounce such words light ly, and his r.nnouncement is Blnguiar ly instructive. "The council of four which Framed ihe ?pjarantccs as part of ibe Rhine settlement, has thus far maintain d rigid silence except for the general declaration of Mr. Lloyd George. viscount Chinda of the Japanese delegation, arranged today for hb ap pearance before the council of four Saturday on the Klao-i'hau quesUon with a view to an adjustment with rhina which shall be Incorporated in the pvace treaiy The American i 1 gates believe that an accord wijl be reached whereby China will ultimate ly control KiaoChan. with sui'ablc recognition of Japan's efforts. A plenary es!-ion of the peace con ference Will be held two days next week, Wednesday and Thursday, to pass upon a large number of rcn ing details before the meeting with the Germans. nr Procedure When Germans Arrive j Has Been Decided PARIS. April 17 (By The Aasoclat-j ed Press) The procedure on the ar i rival of the Gt-nnan plenipotentiaries I at Versailles has virtually been decicl-l i ed upon. It will be President Wilson and th premiers who will hold ihe I first rnef tinir and deliver the treaty, as it is not deemed feasible to have all (the allied powers attend this initial session. THIRTEEN -YEAR OLD BOY SEVERELY HURT SALT LAKi; April IS Grant Brown, ,1Z years of age, son of Judse j Louis Brown of the Third district court, was painfully injured yesterday forenoon when he was struck by an auto stage near the Hillcrest his;h school in Mur ray. The boy was ridinp south on a bicycle and the auto stage was soim; north. The boy and his wheel appear to have ben obsetjred by a furnlmre van. When the driver of the hiho saw the rider he was unable to r-top his machine in time to pwevent a collision The boy suffered cuts about the head and his body was painfully bruised. The driver of the auto stage I picked the boy up Immediately after j the accident and took him to the of-1 ficc of Dr. Rothwell, where his injur liei weie treated and where he re Imained until his father arrived from Salt Lak" and toek him heme. It was announced last night lhat he was rest ing quietly. . uu 3-Grain Cadomene Tablets Absolutely Restore Vigor, Vitality. Strength to Weak Men and Women. Sold by All DrugglsL. Advertisement, j ! oo Body of English I Nurse Will Be tp i r l i laKen to England LONDON, April 17. (British Wire less Service) The body of Edith Ca vell, the Knglish nurse who was exe ( uti d bv the Germans in 191j, at Urns sels, wlllb e brought to ?ngland May 15 and taken to Westminster bbev where ceremonies will he held. The body will be brought to Dover on a warship and will he transported on a gun carriage with military escoit to Victoria station and thence to West minster abbej Interment will h ;t Norwich, the home town of the Ca-veils U. S. Army Balloons Make Safe Landings ! OMAHA Neh . April 17.--Both U. S. army balloons, which started last nicht on tie- flights at levels of 5. 000 and H ' . i for xpet iment.al pur poses have reported safe landings to authorities at Fort Omaha. According to messages received iiere from Lieutenant f'ol. W. s. Wuest, to day his balloon landed at Cabot, Vrk at 2:25 p. m. The start was made last night at 10:J0 o'clock with the intention ot maintaining an altitude ul 5.000 feet. I The other balloon piloted by Cap tain P. W Goodalo, landed at Areola, plilss., at 1:25 p. m. It .started tast night a1 1" 17 o'clock. Mes.xage indi cate the trips were successful. 'Mfi cials here had expected that the pilots would be In the air at least forty-eight 1 hours. VMOL MAKES CHILDREN STRONG And Invigorates Old People Any doctor vrlll tell you that the , ingredients of Vinol as printed below 1 contain the elements needed to im ; pro e the health of delicate children. and restore strength to old people. J Od Liver r.d Berf Peptones, trn l in J ManganesePeptonateB. Iron nd Ammrtnlnm Citrate I.imA and Soda Glycerophobpliates, Caacano Those who have puny, ailing or run-down children cr aged parents 1 may prove this t our expense. Besides the good it does children ?r.d the aged there is nothing like Vinol to restore strength and vitality to wejk, nervous women and over worked run-down men. Try it. If you are not entirely sat isfied, we will return your money without question; that proves our fairness and your protection. Mil , lions of people have been convinced i this way. i i"iillev Pnip Co . and druKGists eTOry I where. Advei tlaement GOVERNOR APPOINTS TWO STATE BOARDS 1 Two hoards authorized by the last i legislature were appointed by Hover not Bamberger yesterday. One was ! the commission to commemorate the j inauguration of irrigation by the An- clo-Saxon race, and the other the state j commission for the care of the adult ! blind. I On the irrigation committee are .Mrs. (Dora Pratt Snow, Mrs. Leonora Har irington. Waller J. Sloan. W. C. A Smoot and Dr. John A. W'idtsoc. j On the commission for the care of the adult blind, which has at Its dis !po:al an appropriation of ?tOn, ih' i governor i an ex -officio member. The I others appointed on the board are Mr.-. Aqullla Nebeker, Mrs. R. H. Bradford, Mrs. M. K. Parsons and Mrs K. L. I Bristol, the last of Ogden. TURKS RELEASE YOUNG GIRLS Christian Women and Children ; Are Freed From Harems in Asia Minor. NEW YORK. April 17 Dispatches I from Constantinople received today by the American committee for Armen ian and Syrian relief reported that ihe I problem presented by the release of j Lthousarids of Christian women rndj children1 from Turkish harems iu A.1 I I . Minor la constantly growing. Man? tivivo hnnn "knn vhnltoi- Kw 1 he patlo workers, but there remain a larco i number wandering about the count rv I destitute, some of them crazed Irom j huncer and exposure. Telegrams have been received in (onslantinojile from Grecorian bish- ops. pastors and leading business men' in varioud sections of Asia Minor ap-i pealing for help for their women and I children The Turks, the message said, were casting adrift the Armenian; girls they had taken into their boiues and orphanages for tbo purpose ot J bringing them up as Moslems. believ- ing that by thus settinc them free,' they themselves might be able to es-j cape punishment. The relief workers, the message added, had dispatched a special .rain of supplies an had set aside, a spe cial appropriation to meet the eraer Rencv, . I I BLANQUET'S HEAD IDENTIFIED VERA CRUZ. April 17. Comph te identification of the head, ot Genera) Blanquct was obtainea today when I m;iir. persons viewed it at the bar 1 racks uu Read the Classified Ads. i I i7MirAoe&iyE LEATHER I I jS UQUl&Scrn PASTES jj S fll'iiP For BLACK. WHITE, TAN AND OX - BLOOD ( dark brown) S HOES Dyjj . XXt-nH-T THE FFD LLrrV C OR P O R A T I O ixJ 5 L T D . BUFFALO. N V - INFORMATION BUREAU Automobile Supplier i Oarage, Repairs, Studobaker Agencj. Muck-RoblnBou Co., 2440 Grant Aa ' Phone 691. ! Accident Insurance Aetna Accident & Liability Co, auto and Liability Insurance. H. A. Purdy, 2377 Hudson Ave. Phone 48& ANYTHING new or old ANYTHING A to Z- new or old buught, aoJd or traded, l'houe Zii. Books and Stationery Bramwell Book and Stationery, 236S WdsbiUfciuu Aw. Thono iibO. -UOs Banking Luh National Bank, southeast cor !ner 'I wenty-loui lh and VVashlngloa. , Phone CL bicycles and Repairing 11. I . Pl.iuneu Cu. BlcyclSli Accesor ic, Repair tng. v italic Tires. 2468 Uud&uu avenue. 2168 Gutlcrmilk i n; uui Maid o" Clove; buttermilk. 10c a gallon. Mutual Cicamcry Co., I lAYeniy-third and Wail-, 2671 Couaselor-at-Law T u. J'(.ouiij11j . L'gdcn, Utah. Legal advice bj mail. Writ 14 ike ect& 1 bone 882. Carpet Cleaning K- Van Kuuip'.-n for upnolsterlng. carpets cleaned, altered toid laid, itf iah.mg ot mattresaea. Phone s&g. Expert carpet cleaning! mattrea Viu'atiaK. upuulslenng. and eanngs resireicbed- cati Uaiiip'.oo Co Chiropractors Owen W. Halveraon, V. C. Res. ' iLouc 1086-W. 7ul 7u- E'.lRb Bldg. Chimney Sweeping I Resident Btove ana chimney bweep and repair man. call 2617-K. 2246 Jliili and Tamales Best in town, served tho year ' around, fcj. &. 1L Chili Parlor. 2498 City Scavengers McCarthy Co., 2734 Grant aveDO ; LuUd wU18-W. Dentists The New Method Dentists are spe cialists in all branches ot Dentistry. 2468 Washington. 2203 Dressmaking Madame Lapiau Gown bhop. Fancy buttonc-. hemstitching, picot at 10c per iard. Third lloor W. H. Wrigbt & .run-. 1553 By day or piece. Mrs. Duffy, rear Co rwentyXiftb. P'hone iyb2. jj'j." Drain 1 iip Fnr Sa!p Lntermountain Concrete Co. 'Igiven ticth and Lincoln acnuK, ugden, Utah. I Phonca 2U6S and -1ST. 261V iloclricai Work J Wiring, n. paiitng, fixtures. Alham bra Electric Shop, Phono 284. 277U i Engraving Ugden Engraving Service Co., mak-1 : era 01 fine cuta in one or more colors. 116 Twenty-fourth street. Phone 46J. Florists Funeral designs. 2249 vvasbingtou. avenue. John Norton. Phone 768-W. l ire Insurance Charles Eiscnbcrg Phone 1853 - J I Caledonian and Michigan Commercial bianiJ. id insurance. 1675 Furs, Hides, Wools 1 Utah Wool & Hide Co., 286862 Wall acuue. Phone 2S6. Give us a' trial. 2180 LEGAL NOTICES ASSESSMENT NOTICE Big Pine Miuing cooipauj , location ot principal place ot business, 244Dj Washington, Ugden City, Utah. Notice is hereby given that at tbel meeting of the directors held on thej 4th day o: March, 1913, an assessment ot one -half cent (lc) per share was' levied on the capital slock of the cor-1 potation, payable ; t once to F. J. 1 Vicks, secretary and treasurer, at Se CUrlty Stale bank, Ogden City, Utah. Any sluek upon which tho assess- j ment shall remain unpaid on tho 18tli day of April, 191'J, will be dolinqucutj aud advertised for sale at public auc tion, aud, unless payment is made be- 1 fore, will be sold on tbo 5th day of; Hay, 1013. at 10 o'clock a. m., to pay j delinquent assessment, together with the cost ot advertising and expenses of gale. F. J. VICKS, Secretary and Treasurer. Address: Security Slate bank, Ugden, i Utah. Read the Classified Ads. LIBERTY BONDS "xinn mnn hmht and cih at the best market prices. We pay accrued interest to date of sale or, the last coupon. J. A. Hogk & Co. ! 2409 Hudson A .1. 169 Main SL Ogden Salt Lake 1 Hay and Grain " " Hay. grain and poultry foH Bros., 371 Twenty-tLrd.bogll . 2100 Hides WoolsFurs U. M. Iliiujau. 2269 Wall pays top prices. Phone 781-w l-.; I Insurance and Real Estate R. G. Agee, real estate ana 1 Basement of Broom hotel Junk and Hides WeBlern Hide & Cn J Washington Ave. Phone 88lT 1 Ogden Junk Houae, 2059 Wmi,!. Ave, Phono 210. waBhlaitog 1 Life insurance Mutual Life of N. y j p r Diat. Mgr. Ecclea Bldg., VhonC 2204 Motorcycles Indian agency moturcvrl ana il le rppairing. Indian "Motorcycle Pierce blcjclea and accessories inn , avenue. iMoney to Loan OH ' Itj ai .1 f.irui pvnpouy j r x va j Agency. 002 Eccles Bldg. ' ggj Money to loan on monthly payments, Carl C. Kasmubsen, 2428 Hudson av aUe' 216? Salaried people can get it withon. Mtbors on turniture, Dlano; etc 4u: Hudson Bldg. Phone 87W.' Money to loan on improved real c tate, KciiJ l. Herrick. 2145 New and Second Hand Goods A. Siner. new and eecond hand fur aitbre, clothing, ei.e., bought and aolJ. , bull cases cheap. ZM ZU Twenty-fifth. Phone 1321. Painting Paper cleaning and tintiug. Ned Wil kinson. Address Bear ToS Tweat) .Mib BtrceL Phone 1520 J. J45 Paper Hanging and Cleaning r iper haugin, cleaning and tinting. All work guaranteed. 30t Twenty eighth street. Phone 207S-N-." 244S Piano Tuning AJso phonograph repaning, work guaranteed, useai Atkincon. Phone 503. ziii I Popcorn L.dt spacer's Popcorn Balls, one a day k-.eps ihe "doctor" away. Sou I everywhere. 22u 1 Physician and Surgeon Dr. A. Fernlundi oftice houre 11 to 4 p. m New Peery Bldg., Hudson At. Eto. Phone 646. Oftice phone 1900-W, Printing Ail Kiuds of job printing Dee-Neute- I a printing Co. I'hone lUiti. 2l9i riowtng tor ga.dcn plomg, excavating and gravel nauiiug, Call iili. 2a6 5:d - and Loas WiHard Kay. real estate and loans. 2474 ashingiun. I'hone 101. ' 1814 Sanitary Work Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinds ol rubbish hauled. 1 none 020. Storage batteries barged and re p.il4i.a. aervice car. Pbune 916. WU- iaru service Station. 206 SewuiK Maciunes lent, repair, carry needles and y.ub 01 ail mates 01 machines. White oewing Machine Lo.. 227". Washington aeuue. Phone 2884. Second Hand Stoves We take jour old range as first paj ment on auy new. range or will bUJ your old range outright. SjOBM tar aituro Co. 10 Tents and Awnings nianil. ugden lent ana Awning Co ntanu facturere oi high-grade store, otnee and rcbident awnmgo. Watcrprou. covers, bagd, elc. Auymmg iu vaes. 26s Washington Ase. Phone as. 15. Tl?(auT Stuart Co Phone 22f Furnace work; new oueo msUiJca. old ones repaired typewriter Rcpairinn RM ijtpen typewruci rcpairiue. aonable prices. C. A. Bccratt, a? Twenty-fourth street. - Violin and Piano Teachi c ol Violin and Piano, in Oj 1 den Fridays oub . at Fredric Mossam dio Boom 823 Hudson building-; C. CI ine. 1 Windows Cleaned- lcan, J Kxv window ana wall PaP?rc'" ing anywhere. American (Mnuor Cleaning. Phone 563. J ifer,.,,-, papangio, painting, tinting, wood "gWj Muller i" .matins Co., 2644 wasn Phone 140-W, G. R. Evans, expert wall paper clean ing. Jogalong Transfer. Phone Wall Paper Cleaning work. Wall paper cb an. up. lood wor Prices reasonable. Phone -;'V34j J LOWE & EVANS, expert wall pMg cleaners and tinted walls. Phone llg Vacuum Cleanen $1 Tel 2582-J for Vacuum Cleaners. J Ior 24 hours. Sterilized Dust BaiJ 00 ,,i 9 It's an ill wind lhat escapes and 1 leaves a flabby tir 1 Read the ClasyKied Ads. j Notice to Advertisers On and attcr Mprll I, 1919, business directory ad j