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1 2 1 HL UGDLiN 5 1 ANUAKL). UGLjLN. UTAH, IHLKSLJA. JULY I, i j f5WMMlSSI0N CO. V"" OGDEN UTAH I FORD HEARS A STORY ABOUT HIMSELF READ MOUNT CLEMENS, M16h., July 17. Henry Ford at the opening of coufl today had a respite from th- Witni stand while .i magazine article about himself, bv John Reed, published in 1316, entitled "Industry's Miracle Mak- r ' was read When Mr. Ford resumed the stand examination which was begun last Vonda Was continued by Elliot! Stev enson, attomp for the rtiicaeo Dally j Tribune which Mr Ford Is suing lor Sl.000.0o0 on a charge of libel MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich, JuU 17 Court hnd been In session Dearl) threp hours today before Henrv Ford, plaintiff in a Jl.OOO.OOO libel suit apatnsf the Chicago Dally Tribune, re turned the witness stand The open ing hours were consumed with testl mony by Kirk B. Alexander and the reading of a magazine article on Mr I STOUT LADY! How to Reduce Your Weight Get rid of that burden of obesity this very season. Become .lithe and active. Stop suffering from over stout ness. You may even cat ice cream, eake and candy if you like. Enjoy yourself while getting thin by korcia ystem Wr4 hj pkyweia. Mrs. (Mmm Ck reports that she reduced her weight thirty-five pounds in six week by nsing oil of korein. Many other reports made by liolihtod women, who wero unable to get rid of their burden of fat until they adopted the new method. Get a bmall box of oil of korein, in eapsules, at any dmg store, follow the plain directions of korein system. "Guar ante of reduction or money back. Nothing drastic or harmful a safo self- treatment that has improved the figure, Ivacity, besuty and health of legiona of ladies. For protruding hips, unduly large neck or bust, double ehin, pursy abdomen, ete.t this simple, remarkably effective rednetion system should bo fried. A book, " Roduce Weight Hap pily," may be had free, postpaid (plain wrapper), bv writing to Korein Com H pany, H Park DANCE EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY I JAZZ BAND I f i H B I t Ford by John Reed in 191G "The article says you live in a mil lion dollar house," said Attorney El liott (I. Stevenson, representing the Tribune "More than that, 1 think, ' Mr. Ford answered "A million and a half?'' Well, l r illy don t know.' "Maybe you don t want to know " "I told them not to tell me," said Mr. Ford laushins. ' Mr Reed paint. you us a very' dem ocratic person who loes to sit on a neighbors back porch and talk The neighbors don l sit on your bark porch, do they ' Guards keep theiu aWay, don t they?" An Objection was sustained. Mr. Ford said that Reed gathered practlcall .ill of the statements In his Btory elsewhere than from the Wit ness Mr. Ford opposed the ue of alco tiolit drink and Mr. Reed pointed out 'that the Germans thrived on beer and I the French on wine "Yes, and I think thai was one of the causes of the war." said Mr. Ford. "How." asked the lawyer. "It made them suspicious of each other.'' The reading wa.s interrupted to per- Imlt testimony by Kirke B. Alexander, an advertising agent of Detroit. In December, l'JlT, he said, he in-1 tervlewed Mr. Ford at a luncheon in the Ford factory at which Alfred Luck ing. Mr Ford's attorney and a man named srnlt!i were present. "Mr Ford in the course of a jren eral conversation said that if Germany had not invaded Belgium, France and England would" related the witness "I asked him If he thought Germany was read for peace and he said yes that the kaiser was. He naid that was why be went over In tbe peace ship, but he was not allowed to see the kaiser." On re direct examination It devel oped that Mr. Alexander handled the famous Ford advertisements he.nl' .1 ' concerning preparedness " "I read it over and noticed that It was signed by Mr. Ford," said the witness. "I went to hin to make sure he had rend It and reminded him that by his signature he was accepting full responsibility for the sentiments ex pressed. He said he understood that " Ford Pay3 for Advertisement Mr. Alexander said It cost Mr Ford -mi, mm to publish "concerning prepar-'due,--.' "humanity and sanity," and one other advertisement. Reading ol the Reed iirtlrle Mr. Lucking last n'ght asked M, ' Ford how he came to testify that Ben edict Arnold, the traitor of the rco lutlonary war. was a writer "Don't you know who he was"" ask ed Mr Lucking. Yes," said Mr For'd. "but I was thinking of something else" "Bui blankety blank It. Mr Ford. you must keep your mind on your tes-'l llmony." protested the lawyer "Well, blankety -blank It' Mr. Luck-J Inc. I got to thinking of that old fel low down In the shop who used to do I a little writing, and that s how It hap I pened oo Prohibition Law Being Enforced Throughout U. S. WASHINGTON. July 16 Prohibi tion in being enforced effectively throughout the United Staff-., Attornej General Palmer said today. Sale of ' hard " liquor, such as whisky, gin and brandy, virtually has ceased, he as serted, except for scattering violations of the law. Manufacture and sale of heer also is prohibited except m . oin- munltles v. here the courts have ruled agalnsf the contention of the depart ment of Justice ihat 2 75 per cent al coholic drinks are forbidden by law j and in those Jurisdictions prosecutions will be Instituted of Ihe supreme court finally unholds the department's view. Mr. Palmer said he had expressed no opinion of enforcement legislation pending In congress except to say to interested representatives that the do partmenl of justice would enforci rig orously whatever measure was enacted American Woman ! Weds the Belgian Minister to U. S. PARIS. July lfi Mrs. Hamilton' Cary of New York and Baron Emil del f'artier d M.mhlenne Belgian minis ter to the United States v. ere married here today. Hugh C. Wallace, Ameri can ambassador, and Herbert Hoover were among those who attended the ceremony. Mrs Cary is the daughter of Joseph Emery Dow of Boston. Rear: The Classified Ads. OO ' 13,981 Koreans Arrested by the Japanese Police SEOUL. Korea. June 17 (Corre spondence of the The Associated Press.) The number of Koreans ar rested in connection with the Korean (Uprisings has reached 13.981. The cases against 4G49 persons have been dropped; 3967 persons have been con- jvlcted, and 2990 have not been tried Fifty-eight have been acquitted after trial. 1 MERCHANTS INVITE Missions TO MEET Through letters sent out yesterday by the Merchants of Ogden to the county commissioners of Weber. Davis and Morgan counties invitations were ;len these officials to meet with the directors of the merchants' organiza tion next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock for the purpose of considering the pro posed improvement of the Weber can yon road before the arrival next month of tho United States army motor transport train lthongh the mad is said to be in fair condition at the present time. It is desired that the highway meet with the highest possible approval of the army officers .hen they make their I reports on this section of the trans continental highway. Following is the invitation as sent: The Merchants of Ogden have se Bred, through the efforts of Senator Smooi ;ind Congressman Welling, the arm) motor transport service to come through Utah via. Echo and Weber canyon instead of going over the mountain divide iris Echo and Silver Creek canvon to Salt Lake City, as proposed b the Lincoln highway "The transport service is three nuks in length and consists of two I hundred nine officers, band, cduca iional exhibit and attendants. This association having secured this (ransport service to Ogden Is now desirous that the state and county road ! from the state line to Ogden and on I to Salt Lake City, be put in the best : possible condition for this occasion without delay, as it will be of vital i Importance in any recommendations I for futuro service and federal aid in j mutual co operation for permanent and better roads We are therefore, in- vitlng respectively, the county com missloners of .Morgan, Davis and We her counties to meet with the direc I tors of this association, in its room, 102 Eccies building. Ogden City, Tues Iday. July 22nd, at G p. m. for the I purpose of taking such action as might be necessary in putting the state and county road in the best pos siblo condition in the time allow, d "The governor, state and county of ficials and private citizens, will meet the transport service at the state line, l bid them welcome, after resting and isiting they will he conducted through j the state to ihe Nevada line where i thej will be met by state officials of ! Nevada. "Please consult all members of your , board and advise 1. S. Lewis, phon" 123, if we can expect a full repre- I entatlon f July .'2nd "This occasion following closely upon the Golden Spike celebration, Is one of great importance with future possibilities and we urge your hearty co-operation at this meeting "The transport service will arrive at Ogden approximately August l'.th, mniimn in iIia nvnnini will ram am DUUiUUUK 111 i i ' r , ..... ' over night and the following day and then will procrrd to Salt Lake City. "Thanking you for a phone reply and a confirmation by letter, we are "Yours sincerely. MERCHANTS OF OGDEN PLANS PREPARED FOR TESTS OF COASTJEFENSE; WASHINGTON, July 17 Plans hae been prepared by the war department for extensive tests of new coast de fense material in conjunction with the air scr ice. A special squadron of air planes Including 20 de Havilands, will be used and now are being assembled ct Langley field, Virginia New rall waj mount6 for heavy ordinance are to be tried out at the Cape Henry' fortifications. uj Many Attend the All-Fraternal Day Outing at Lagoon The All Fraternal Day outing at Uitoon yesterday was attended by many hundreds of people from Ogden who joined with the Salt Lake people in the event. The afternoon program was filled with sport features and in the evening there was a musical pro gram and a number of fine speeches were heard. Governor Bamberger and Judge Joshua Greenwood delivered, the principal speeches of the even ing The music was provided b) the Ogden ladles' band and the Southern Pacific band. HER VISIT Hostess (at reception): "May I in troduce on to Lord N'ocash"" American debutante. "Of course, j What d yer suppose l came here for'.' ' i I Pearson's Weekly. " DELICIOUS lt' to simple Graham C r a cV e n - V. I and Ice cold milk n.i "s N" j T The purity BrmiTT Company 9 Look tor j, ; -, , , th Buff Package At your grocer taamaiaaajiggiSSiSgggifcLLLLL I Plus Mileage 1 I Adjustment for j I Diamonds i I Because I Ifs In Them I Fabrics 6,000 Miles ! Cords 8,000 Miles I QHOVV the striking fig- I ures of our new adjust ment mileage fabrics 6,000 miles; cords 8,000 to any old-time Diamond user And hell tell you Diamond H adjustment mileage repre sents only the minimum of what Diamonds actually do with fair and square driving. Adjustment mileage back of Diamond Tires always S stands for greater mileage i ahead of them. S NOTE. The new adjustment ap plies to all Diamond Tires in use or in dealer's hands. Utah Tire I j Repair I I Company Diamond SQUEEGEE TREAD Tires 1 WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS j FOR I D I i A M O N D I Fair I Listed T I R E S UTAH TIRE and REPAIR CO. S&2 WASHINGTON K. E. SMITH, Mtuct