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' THE QGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919.
I -good j iL ) I I 1 news A) Jt-' II tor I If j,oys ''"i ' I J -and their parents ll S you'll see how what a differ ence it makes in looks and in service to have clothes made from all-wool fabrics, made by the highest skill in tailor- g; ing-, the styles designed by ; the best artists in the busi ness. I fa we can supply the boys of M I this community now with the best clothes made; high quality and real economy. II school days require sturdy ma- . 3 ierial to stand rough usage. I iU HUKDREO PEAKS SUIWEYED DURING SUMMER William (Bill) Mohler. former crack athlete of the Ogden high school, who H since last May has been on ;i survey H ing trip with the coast and geodetic H survey, returned to Ogden yesterday. J H The party, which was under Captain I IR G, D. Cowie covered 100 peaks in the ! H western country , establishing their hiti- , lude and longitude and making ar rangejnents for necessary triangula tions for map maklnc purposes The I work was accomplished in connection with the grazing department of the H torest service and is oxpectpd to be ol j great assistance In determining boun-1 IH duries of leased forest lands which in the past has given rise to consider- mm able controversy. Mohler has returned from his trip in HI excellent condition and intends en"er ing either the University of Utah or H the University of California. He states Hi that he probably will not take pari in football as his knp, injured in an tn tTScholastic high school game, has 1 Resinol for skin trouble For over twenty years, phyticpns have I T !,e n Resinol Ointment in the treat- II E?nt ' many kin sca,P doubles. II rhe, preferit because it so qnlckly stops I tehinj arr! burninj, and clears away H edne- r;lw" ss, crusts or scales. They I know, too, that it contains only the B fentUs 'of tudinf materials, which could not miare or irntatc the tenderest skirt, ft Vby not try it (or your kin ? never completely mended. 2Io'nler wa: also prominent in amateur athletics. oo Fifty Sailors Go Through to the Boston School Fifty former sailors aboard the I nited States warship New York passed through Ogden today en route to Boston, where thy will enter tin Boston Tech." Al Boston the "gos" tniII study naval aviation and it i-. rv pected that all of the youths will be commissioned within due time. The young sailors recently passed the entrance examinations and will b schooled at Boston for eight months, after which they will study flying (rom a broader angle. oo THREE ME'S. I d like to steal a day and be All alone with little me, Little me that used to run Everywhere in search of fun; Little me of loni; ago I Who was glad and didn't know I Life is freighted down with care j For the bacltfl of men to bear; Little me who thought a smile I Ought to linger all the while On his mother's pretty face I And a tar should never traee Lines of sorrow, hurl or care On those cheeks so wondrous fair. I should like once more to be All alone with youthful me: Youthful me who saw the hills ; W here the sun its splendor spills : And was certain that in time To the topmost height he'd climb; Youthful nic serene of soul. I Who beheld a shining goal J And imagined grief or pain Confident and quick with life M ulh caper for the strife KnowinR not that bitter care Waited for bis coming there. 1 should like to sit alone With the me now older grown, Like to lead the little me And the youth that used to be Once again along the ways Of our glorious yesterdayt We could chuckle soft and low At the things we didn t know And could lauch to think how bold j We had been In days of old ' And how blind we were to care I With its heartache and despair We could smile away the tears And the pain of later years. oo ITS KIND. "As soon a you offrnd Jones, ho shotrs his teth." "I support thst i what people mean I when they uMt. of hums wit." TABERNACLE CHOIR, A! FIRST I REHEARSAL OF SEASON, HAS A ; MOST PROMISING OUTLOOK The Ogden Tabernacle choir held its first rehearsal of the season !as night and, from the attendance and enthusiasm, it promises Lp be the mosl successful of any previous year Every choir Bea1 was filled wh?ch is very unusual (or the opening nicl, j The men hnd an early practice on a m w chorus by Joseph J. ScoTllle, and it S:ir. the co-operation or ibe worn n ! v ,is had. I The evening was .i most profit&bl' one being dewited to the prep.tr.. I an ENGINEER IS HERE 10 MEASURE ALL THE wins riryre MeBridc, Assistant to L M Win sor and O. W. Israelson, state and pov ( ernmont engineers of the department of I agriculture, arrived in Ogden yesterday, ; and is making preparations to measure canals and other waterways throughout the county. The data thus rollectrd will be turn d over to the water investigation comtnlt I tec andwill be used in the water pron j lems of the county, the primary object being to detrjnlnc Just how much water Is available at present and how much will be needed in the future, and what is the carrying capacity of the canals j Engineer McRride spent the greater i part of yesterday in making ready inr I the tests and overhauling his Instru ments. The greater part of the measure ! ment work is aeeomplished bj means of I a current meter, a delicate piece of ap paratus used In measuring velocity of flowing streams The work of measur ing will probablv start within a week. 00 STOREKEEPERS OF THE MILK MEET IN SALT LAKE E. H. Polk former dn ision store I keeper of the Southern Pacific store !at Ogden, who was transferred to Wesl Oakland general store in July. 1918, 'passed through Ogden last night, ac companied b Storekeeper ES Harty, from ;icr;imiii(i. and V J MHIo, itore inspector, Sacramento, on their waj to attend a general meeting of storekeepers, from al roads under red era control, to be held today al Suit Lake City where raanv important fea- tures of the operation of stores will i be discussed. ALWAYS THE VIEWPOINT ' Vou mado me pay considerably more ! for this article than It Is worth?' - "Do you really think so?" j ! 'T do Don't you call that profltcer I . ing''" I j "Xot when I manage It Whetl I lo anything like thai I refer to It as 'sales ; i manship.' " : r music for thi Tn-Siake Mutual con vention one week from next Sun 'a. At next Thursday's rehearsal he men will again meet at 7:45 to con pJete the learning of notes on Mr. SCO ville's (bonis, the women to come at H o i lurk Onl) a few new members can be admitted this year, so that ap plications for membership must b made- at onr c Director Ballantyne Is most enthus-'l iastic ovei the prospective musical season. BRITISHERS ARE TO MEET ON MONDAY EVENING The Britishers will hold a meeting .-it the Kngles club rooms, Monday night. Sept. 22, at S o'clock. It is expeciod (hat delegates of the Brittanic Association from Salt T-ake will be present to organize an Ogdn branch of the Britannic Association of Utah. All members are invited. Refreshments will be served This organization promises to be m II on Wide within a short time. LEAGUE BIGGER THAN M PARTY Sen. Wads worth Vigorously Opposes Covenant Before United States Senate. WASHINGTON, Sept. 19. The ques tion of ratifying the peace treaty with the league of nations eoenant is 'big I ger th;m any m;in. biggei than any pnr tj but not bigger than the govern ment of the United States." Senatoi Wadsworth, Republican, New York ileciare.l in an address io the senate today vigorously opposing the league, j "Anything that is bigger than the1 government is bigger than the people' and to that doctrine of the president; l 1 1 n n o t subscribe' the senator ad ded. Proponents of the league, Senator j l Wadsworth said, had forgotten that the ' American people had for one hundred :nd thirty years lived in atmosphere fai removed from Old World intrigue, H pointed out what he regarded as a dangerous policy of the government in attempting to take part in settling the affairs of the world "This reorganization is not going on w ith the smoothness that r could de-1 sire," Baid Senator Wadsworth, refer-! ! ring to the Poles fighting on their i j fronts. Rumanian troops in Hungarv and the occupation of Fiunie, all of i n hu h he Baid, should "give us food for thought." oo When man questions a woman His ignorance he plainly shows; If wise, he'll act Indifferent, And she'll tell ail she knows. I 1 TODAY and SATURDAY UTAH Theatre PRESENTS B1LRT LYTXLL SB "THE LION'S DEN" The Famous Frederick Orin Bartlett Story SEE HOW A MINISTER CONDUCTED A SMALL TOWN GROCERY STORE 6c 11c 20c HERE THEY ARE ! I Our school shoes are made hy the factory ac cording to our specifications regular Munson last, full vamps, solid counters, extra heavy sole a regular army style shoe. This is an exceptionally smart, good wearing model. They come in calfskin and kid, colors black and dark brown, all sizes. The girls' shoes are made on the graceful Eng lish walking last, low heel, eight-inch upper. Also in brown and black. This is a just-out-of-the-box shipment; better drop in early before they are all gone. We are again featuring some of those attrac- tive silk lisle hose for misses and girls; regular 60c quality for 39c. The3e are an exception ally good buy, especially right now vhen hosiery prices are higher than usual. j A1 While dn They Last I Us 39c I Come sp For Good j 2356 Washington Ave. SPOKTNOTES OAKLAND. Ca).. Sept. 19, Whil early soa5on pracliro is bing carried fciward on the St Mary's college cm! iron here negotiations ;ire oont'ilUing v.nh Notre Dame universitj to tiv ntl th it the football t.tm nf the big In diana Catholic school may be b ought he-e for a game wiih St. Mary's. II la hoped that the contest may be arrang ed tor December 5. Several of thu noal Likely candidates Tor the St. Mar's team are veterans of the Argonne and Maine. Among '.iiese on the first string squad ;i r Carl Fredell, center; Bob Moy, full back: Don Lamberts Dick pef'uman Tony Corea, Charles Much, Noble Ku banp. T Decker and Manuel Silva ends, Nate Schandling Archie MadeliE and Robert Hogan. tackles; Leonard Williams, Bill Hadlcy and Cornelius Hurley, backs; and Matt Muldoon guard. SAN DIEGO. Cal Sept 19. Aqua planing in tnw of a seaplane is a new sport started by Miss Georgina De Long, a Nev. York girl who has been actlre in swimming at San Diego this summer. Miss De Long said it was easiei to maintain the balance of the small sun board when towed by a speedv sea plane than when going slow behind a launch. MOSCOW Idaho, Sept 19. Blwln Daniel of Boise, picked by the majority of football critics as the beat high i-chool fullback in the state will enter the University of Idaho this fall BUTTE. Mont . Sept. 19.- Prank Rice, a middleweight bbxei 1 ell known in the northwest, has returned to his home here, after thirteen months s.-rv ice in France with the 'JHh engineers. He has taken considerable weight and now moves the scales at 8' pounds. Rice was parrinc; partner for Mik U'Dowd, middleweight champion POLES CUT RAILROAD. ZURICH. Sept. 18 The Toles have BUCCeeded in cutting railroad communi cp.titon between Kiev and Petrograd according to dispatches from Minsk The are making important progress loward the Dnieper. Mohllev and Ors-za. U. OF WASHINCTON. SEATTLE. Wash.. Sept. 17 V erans of both the gridiron and th" khaki and blue probably will be prom inent among the University of Wash ington's 1920 football aspirants. At least six men who have played on varsity teams hero in the past will don uniforms this year, according to early reports Most of the veteran players, as well as the new men ex pected, saw service in the army or navy during tbe war. Erving ( "Crumb") Dailey, halfback. Will captain the 1919 team. Daily was earned to pilot the 1917 eleven, but enlisted before the football sea. on opened (ieorse Smith, another for mer 'varsity captain, will be out on the field this fall. Last year's star quarter. Ray Eck man, will be back Other eterans ex pected are "Sandy" Wick, center D 11 Abel, end, Charles Logg. baekfield and probably Ray Cardner, backlield OOMAK, Mont Sent ia.W1t' Powell, former star center for th University .t is onin football team, will roach Montana State college this fall Powell was All-Western center j in 1912 He succeeds Fred Bennion, ".ho resigned last spring. iMfx mm THINGS ST HOME Save five to ten dollars quickly by j dry cleaning everything in the home i that would be ruined by soap and water suits, coats, waists, siiks. 'places, gloves, shoes furs, draperies, 'rugs everything. Place a gallon or more of gasoline j in a dlshpan or wash boiler, put in the things to be dry cleaned, then wast I them with SolvrTe soap. Shortly, ev orj thing comes out looking like new. Nothing fades, .shrinks cr wrinkles No pressing needed. Do not nturcpt1 I to dry clean without Solvlte rap. Tft'&l Ir.tsoliLe soap is the secret of all viry cleaning. A package of Solvlte soap contain- i Mi? directions for home dry cleaning! I costs little at any dug, grocer or dc IrariLient store. ,ry clean tiutdoors i I or away from flame. Arfver'.laement. Army Goods Are ! To Be Offered to I People of Ogden Mayor T. S. Rrowning is in recept oi a message from the "Zone surp1, Troperty Officer" of Denver in which j Major Womack offers Ogdeniti - arm) property and foodstuffs at reduced prices. All of the surplus material will be j Isold by mail order and all cheeks i should be made payable to the "Zone, Surplus Propertj Officer with office ! in Denver A list of available coods will bp mailed to the Ogden mayor, together with a complete price list oo inn in (Continued from Page 7) I proved on Investigation to an epidemic oi a mild type of infiiionza. Experience in- I ' dicales that thr.T mild opromi-3 are of- ' ten the starting points of more sever visitations. Hence every efforts should be made to discover as early as possible I any unusual prevalence of "colds." For municipalities operating on a bud get basis. It Is Important that all delay I in providing the necessary financial aup- I port to tbe health authorities in dealing ' I with a recurrence of the epidemic be I avoided by setting aside an emergem . I epidemic fund This may prove of th? J greatest value in carrying out Important preventive measures in the early days of the epidemic, at a time when their I beneficial effort la greatest. The most promising way to deal with a possible recurrence of the influenzal epidemic is. lo sum It up in a single word. "Preparedness." And now it is h. lima In npanar I f Efficient Public Service II H You have a model ser- vant in the electric Q current in your home. 4 W It serves you steadily M Wk and swiftly as long as 5n far you want it and then J i jh it quietly withdraws. j $5 Down j I 9nd $8 I honth I S puts the Ohio fit f Vacuum Cleaner in 1j m your homo if you or- 5 der it this month. That M fig moans that you must m a come in at your carli- L R est opportunity to $ v avoid any possibie (lis- a"')ointmei?t. m I Remember that Sep- ) tcmhr-r is luilf c:one (5 4i K and that Oetober 1 m $ means not only the Jfl S end of the easy terms m K offer, but also the end g if of the exceptionally n low time price of sk ft-i.. I V Next month the price S ff of the Ohio advances 9 E to $45 cash and $49.50 time payment. The Ohio Vacuum Clean- m cr will make fall house- v M cleaning ca-y -i nv. do and Ifl v sanitary and it will keep K M your house bright and m l , cliccriul all d';nn the drcar- "shr.t ii;" uuitir 4 M months. eff There's nn dust er up- l heaval when you clean &( with the (thi" Vacuum J 1 leaner -and every par- tide .f .it;-' r caught M and held where it can't fly m M rfh away and settle a;:am. W Let us shfu you in de- fel tail the particular merits ffl of this unusually g-ood m j,. p( An carl1.' mil will let fcj j5 vou take advantage ol 6 the special t I fer K 1 Come in and See i li I Our Lamps f, f M It takes a glowing, olor- Jfl ful tahle or floor lamp to m j gf touch to any room. We T3 m tinctive lamp. The prices Jjyn m are as varied as the a H find one that will please M & LIGHT CO. UE ff "Efficient Public Scrricc" K f Eccles Bldg. Phones 655 and 656 Jy 2