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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1919. 4i .ViUUWV OGPEq UTAH "
"What an exquisite . coatee,' ' exclaimed Sirs. Jones : " ' .My dear -Mrs , Brown, where did you II ' At Wolf era! In't it t S 3 darling? Really, you know, tj ii la positively amazing hH what wonderful valuei S H0 they have there, and how B u5 extremely reasonable their gfi! prices fire. I BH !l "I have had SUCH a time H j I trying to net just what I wanted al the price I want ed to pay, but when I ! dropped in at Wolfers, i line were so many ex quiaite models, I eould scarcely choose oetween them, An do you know, they onlv keep ONE mode o a kind !" I I nm goinc there rlghl i I NOW," Bald Mr- Jones, as I she parted from her friend i i "I want a sweater for Mll- j dred, perhaps I could find Hn it there." Did she find the sweater? We'll tell you Wednesday. I I Wolfcr's I B 237ft Washmntnn & Opening of the I Schools of the I Weber District Wj With the Bcttling of final details at HK the closing session of the teachers' institute, held last Saturday, all .- houis of Weber count) opened to day. AH teachers engaged for work in the county schools this ear 88 in allhave appeared. It is probable, Superintendent B A. Fowler states that two more instructors will be i n H ged to complete the faculty. Bk Registration was started loday and Hli will continue nexl Wednesday the pupils being excused tomorrow to at i'nd the boy., anfl girls club fair it H LOrtn Farr park in connection with HK Farm Bureau da oo I Ethel Clayton's H Beautiful Complexion Blj That splendid a e t r ep - now nppcarinK j HH U'J n-i (In F'.trri miMinl hrinr-i Is ramous Hij for hot beautiful complexion. She nt mbuttl her wonderful skin to the UM of a simple toilet article called Dcrwlllo. There Is nothing like H for tan. freckle. HMl .hlny nooe, sallow, dnrk. much fkln. It Bl takes the pLkCG of face powder, stays on B better, as perspiration does not affect it, I nfJ It Instantly beautifies the complexion. BHE One application proves It It you want a 88B nire lily-white f-ktti wHh rosy cheeks, re I B a bottle of Porwlllo to-day; you will be B deltchted Iierwillo is sold at all up-to-HHB file toiler Counter. Be Mire to read B Jririrc announi-rnieni of MjM Clayton's HBBBI xtHtii to appear In this piper It tells BB how to Inetantl) iia n beautiful com BBH plexlon and a soft, white, velvety skin ereryOlM "Just lor es to touch." Ad . nr. I One More Pacific I Cable to Be Laid B For American Trade WASH I NG TO N . Sepl 22 Unless at least one more Pacaftc cable Is laid Hb the doclopraent of American trade with the Orient will be seriously re- 1 larded. H. G. Eldridee. chief of the H Far Eastern division of the bureau of H commerce, told a senate committee today The committee considering a bill appropriating $8,000 000 for a Hl government cable across the Tactile Mr Eldridge said at least $25,000,000 would be required and Senator Jone? H of Waahlngton, author of the measure. H -id tha sum would be asked as the H original estimate wa - made years ago 1 before costs of labor and material had BBBBi 00 Read the Classified Ads. oo Read the ClaBalfled Ad?. I Tobacco Habit H Dangerous I pays fAortor Connor, formerly of John yJ Hopkins Hospital. Thousands of men suffering from fatal diseases would b " In perfect health toi' were It not for the deadly drug N-setlne Stop the hibit now before It's too late Ifa a simple SB process to rid ourHf of the tobacco , i habit In any form. Just ro to any up- gS to-date dniif store and pet somo Nlcotoi I Wm tablet, take ih.-m as directed nn-1 lol the pernicious habit quickly vanishes Druggists refund the inoncv If they fall Bflflfl aure to road large and Interesting an- nounccment by Doctor Connor -eon to H appear in this paper. It tells of the dan- 1 gcra of mcoiinc poisoning and how to H avoid it. In the mean. me trv Nlcotoi I , table tf vou Till he surprised at Die i. BB Wult MclntMe Drug Co. Ad I Whistles To Blow As President's Special Arrives President Woodnrw Wilson and Ms party will be the guests of Ogden to morrow afternoon for one hour, and II is expected that thousands of visitors from nearbv cities as well as thr.t; sands of Ogdenltes will greet the chif magistrate on his first appearance in this city. The train bearing the president, with his party of forty new - writers, a slntf of photographers and others m bo.u I a special. Is due in this city at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and, aftei a trip over the cit will depart ovi r the Oregon Short Line at 3. 3d for Salt Lake City, where ihe president will be shown over the city r,rf,P;,r1 lor' ,r making a speech at the tabernacle, at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening Kvery arrangement for the reception and entertainment of the- presidential party was practically completed this Morning, when the general corurul" ee met with Major Browning and di CUSSed tho final plans. Only ten autos will be in the parade, together with a pilot car and ilv streets over which the p'irf' -will be t.iken will be absolutely cleared of all traffic. The interser tions of ever street will be roped off and more than 200 special police officers, Boy Scouts and members of Troop B. will be on hand to 6ee that order is preserved ,1 all times. Tho entire street will be clear of persons, vehicles and all tral fic and no one will be alolwcd beyond iho curbs. Owning to the time limit here, but ten machines will be in the parade. Thi was decided this morning and ( H and tato officials, together with mem hers of the general committee will be the only ones In the parade Decorate Places. Mayor Browning has requested that every business house, every school, residence, office building and other buildings on the line of march deccr ir with Old Glorj . In the roping of the streets, the Bamberger train which is scheduled to depart for the south at 2.30 o'clock, probably wlil be held up for a while, unless tho officials of the company make arrangements to h;'t the tram depart from the south sid of Twenty fifth street at that hour, instead of leaving the station as per schedule However, this part of the program is but a minor one and it is expected that difficulty will bo easily overcome. School girls in their white dresses will be stationed along the line ol march and, a a proclamation has b n issued b Maor Browning for the sus pension of all business during the hour the president is here, the school Children should be out in full array, cheering the president, Six thousand school children will be in readiness! welcome th president, each with an American flag. Officers Special Police. H. W Beckett. Sr. offered 50 men from the unions of the city for sperl.ii police Hi8 offer was accepted by Chief of Police Browning. Pilch Por ter will have charge Ol the industrial employes and these men will be lined up at Lincoln avenue and Twenty- third sin ei .Men from every craf jI union labor will be in this crowd. The school children v. ill be undei the supervision of their instructors School will rule Just as in the past, except that the classes will close at 2:30 in order that the entire school en rollment of the city may have a chance So see the president. However, class jwork will be resumed alter the presi dential party passes the various ! schools. Keep Back of Curb. Orders hae been Issued by the fed eral secret service men, as well as bv the Ogden authorities, thai people Witnessing the review mu-l slay bai h of ihe curb. Special representative?: of President Wilson will be stationed along the Hue of the parade and this rule Is one that mU8l !' 1 ed up to. The Southern Pacific whistles will blast forth a welcome as the train Hears Ogden and other plants of uie city having whistles are urged to Join In the chorus. However, the whisth are to cease immediately upon the president's arrival here The South ern Pacific whistle will guide in starl ing and stopping and it is requested that particular notice be given to this Bouquet for Mrs. Wilson. Ai the meeting of the members of the committee this morning it was d cited that a large bouquet of flower be presented to Mrs. Wilson, while v ihe depot. Mi.- K B. Porter will pre Mnt the flowers to Mr-. Wilson In b -half of the club women ot 1 'gden Mrs. J. G. Kalck, president of ch j Women of American Patriots, was named to provide a large basket ni fresh fruit fOl the president and hit j party This will be taken to the train at ' he depot John Lewis was named to handle 'ih badges of the reception commit tee. The badges will be distributed b ;Mr Lewis tomorrow morning Troop B to Act The Boy Scouts of Ogden will be .,n 1 band in lar,e number-- and will rrn e'er valuable assistance in policing the course. The youths will aid greatly .'.nd their presence, together with the presence of members of Troop P 'he Ogden unit uf th National Guard of Utah, will give the affair a mili tary aspect. The committee on reception iP.ll e ntertainment will meet again tomoi -' row afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with layor Browning to perfect any details that might arise between today and to morrow. The autos for the QPCasltml 1 will be furnished by local men. At a meeting yesterday morning the tub-committee on transportation met 'rnd outlined a report in which local officials and members of the commit- , jiee.i were assigned to their machines 'for the reception. The I'nlo.i depot will be barren Ur ! morrow during the time th president iiiiakes his way to the waiting autos, absolutely no one will be allowed ; within the depot during the time lu Coc; 10 and from the machines. The same rule will hold uod a; the cars Jiroin ub.t.h the pat'; GOnfrtgati I prior to their I rip over Ogden The members of the local eomraii tee, together with state and city offi cials will be the only persons permit ted inside tho depot. nn THOSE IHO ARE 10 K IN PffiOE ON TUESDAY The cars to take part in Presidential parade tomorrow afternoon and those who are to ride in them ib given in the I following bulletin issued by the com- ' mit tee on arrangements i Pilot car. Chief of Toliec- Browning. ! Sheriff Peterson, Commissioners Miles 1 L. Jones and Chris Plygare, Count Commissioner John Child Car No. 1 President and Mrs. WiJ 1 -on. Mavor and Mrs. Browning, and the president's personal bodyguard. Car No. 2 Secret service men Car No 3 Secretary Tumulty and Admiral Cary T. Grayson, aide to Ihe president, Thomas w Brahany, assist ant secretary; Mrs. R. B. Porter, repre senting Utah Federation of Women's clubs, Mrs. J G. Falck. president of Women of American Patriots; Warren L Wattis chairman of reception com mil te- and president of Weber club. Car No. 4 Charles Swen, Gilbert F 1 lost , Warren F. Johnson, Edward F. Johnston and Edward W. Smithers, all of the White House staff; Frank M Driggs, president of the Ogden Rotary club Car No. 5 Mr. Barrios, Underwood News eriee; C. E Turnage Kino gram Publishing corporation; Pell Mitchell Gaumont company; R. E. Donahue, Pathe News; U. K. Whipple, International Film service, as official photographers; John s. Lewis, presl dent of Merchants of Ogden. Car No. 6 Byron Price. Associated Press; Hugh Baillle, United Press; John Nevin, International Newcj Louis Selbold, New York World- Rodney Bean, New York Times; J. U. Eld redge Jr., ofithe Ogden Examine Car No. 7 Stanley M. Reynolds Baltimore Sun; Robert Small, Phlladel phia Ledges; David Iawrenc . New York Post, James A. Haggerty, New York Herald; Frank Francis. Ogden Standard, and Rich Porter of Ogden Trade- and Labor Assembly Car No. 8 Frank Lamb, Washing ton Times, Morton M. Milford. Louis ' die Courier-Journal; Charles White, NTew York Tribune Philip Klnsle Chicago Tribune; H. W. Beckett, Sr., f tigckn Building Trades association D. E. Rhivers ol American Legion, and Tobn Cnllov Car No. 9 J A. Holloman, Atlanta! Constitution; Robert Norton, Boston Pod, Michael Hennessey, Bostor. ' c.lobe, E C. Hill. New York Sun; D. H. Ensign, county commissioner, and O J Stilwell, Ogden publicity bun in Car No. 10 J. J. Williams, Universal News Service; Charles H. Grasty, New York Times; A. H. Goldhoff, Newspa per Enterprise Association; J. J. O'Neill, Mt, Clemens News Bureau Pierce Mitchell. Associated Press: Martin P. Brown, chairman ol board it county commissioner Route of Parade. The route for the parade follows Commencing at union depot thence cast to Washington avenue thence! south on Washington av nue to Thir tieth street; thence north on Washing Ion avenue to Twenty-eighth street thence east on Twenty-eighth street to Adams aenue, thence north on Ad-, ams avenue to Twenty -sixth street; thence east on T went j -sixth Btreet to Jefferson avenue; thence north on Jef ferson avenue to Twenty-fifth street, thence cast on Twenty fifth Btreet; then east on Twenty fifth street to! Harrison avenue; ihence north on ifar rison avenue to Twenty-fourth street, .'hence west on Twenl j -four'h Btrei 1 to STRENGTH FOR YOUNG MOTHERS How Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound Restores Health and Strength. Lansing, Mich "After the birth of my child I was not able to stand on my nnnnrniinnnnni nn?eet iaafoweak 1 HUwJJI 1 1 coulcl not pt Dv I UU&SlU j l suffered such pains IlllwBMriSEfctL. in my back I could i'jBH fc. not work or hardly ifflBXk. rrj take care my H neighbors recom llllfTMsJr ij mended Lydia K Hs 1 Pinkham's e;eta- IUJhHV yl took it and uiecl C k Lydia E. Pinkham's 5 ZLU Sanative Wash, and ; I pot better ripht away and was soon a new woman and could work hard, and I can recommend these remedies to other young mothers who are weak and ailing ft5 I war " Mrs. Ora O. BOWEB8, ol S. Uosmer Street, Lansing, Mich. Women who aro in Mrs. Rowers' con I dition shou'd not continue to suffer from weakness and pain but profit from h'.-r experience and give this iamous root and herb remedy, Lydia E Pinkham's 1 Vegetable Compound, a trial. For snggenions in regard to voi;r , 1 condition write Lydia E. Pinkham Mod 1 icineCo..Lynn,Mas. The resultof their ' years' experience is at your ? -.mce. Yan Buren avenue; thence south on Yan Buren avenue to Twent v-l nth :ireet; thence we t on Twenty fitth e tret I to Washington avenue; thence north on Washington avenue to Og tien river bridge, thence counter man h "-mi th on Washington avenue to Twenty-fourth Btrcel thence we 1 on Twenty-fourth street to Grant avenue; 1 h at norih on Sr. in avenue to Twen ly-third street; thence west on Twenty third street to Lincoln avenue; thence south on Lincoln venue to Twenty fifth street, thence wesl on Twenty fifth street to union depot. School Children Assigned. The school children of both city and county will bo stationed at the follow ing places: Lewis East side Washington from Twenty eighth to Twenty-ninth streets. Washington East side Washington, Twenty ninth to Thirtieth streets. Pingree Wesl side Washington, Twenty ninth to Thirtieth streets. Central Junior South side Twrnty lifth street between Jefferson and .Madison avenues. High school South side Twenty fifth street, Madison to Quincy ave nues. S..J C..U .IJ. M rr . - ' J MA 1. street, Quincy to Jackson avenues. Lorin Fan North side Twenty -fifth Jackson to Van Buren avenues Sacred Heart North side Twenty fifth street, Quincy to Jackson ave I nues. School for Deaf and Blind North I side Twenty-fifth street, Monroe to Quincy avenues. .Madison North side Twenty fifth street. Madison to Monroe avenues. Weber Normal North side Twenty I fifth street, Jefferson to Madison ave-nue- Fie Points East side Washington J avenue. Nineteenth to Twentieth 1 streets. Dei Last sid-" Washington avenue. Twentieth to Twenty-first streets. Mound Fort East side Washington avenue, Twenty-first to Twenty-second streets. Industrial School West side Wash ington avenue. Twenty-second to Twenty third streets. Martha Sociei Nursery-Space in front of tabernacle. County schools East side Wash ington avenue, bridge to Nineteenth street. County Schools West side Wash- J ington avenue, bridge to tabernacle. t;r;int North side Twenty thud. Grant to Lincoln avenues. Nurses, Red Cross nurses canteen workers, house service workers in front of Dee hospital. It's a riot "Bear Cat" and "Rowdy Ann." Last time to-i day. Schedule 1 p. m. today, j Each show two hours. 6c, 15c, 20c. Alhambra. ClC. LEAGUE OF PONS ID (MINT OF PEACE IN FULL (Continued from Page 9) majority of the members of the league whose representatives compose the assembly. No such amendment shall bind any mi mber of the league which signifies its dissent therefrom, but in that case it shall cease to be a member of the league. ANNEX I. Original Members of the League of Nations Signatories of the Treaty of Peace. 1'nlted States of America. Belgium. Bolivia. I British Empire. Canada. Australia. South Africa New Zealand India. China. Cuba. Ecuador. France. Greece. Juatemala. Haiti. Hdjas. Honduras. I Italy. Japan. Liberia. Nicaragua. Panama. Peru. Poland. Portugal. Rou mania. Serb Croat-Slovene State. Siam. Czecbo-Slovakla. l"rugua . States invited to accede to th" cov j enant . Argentine Republic, chili Colombia. Denmark. Netherlands. Norway . Paraguay. .Persia. Salvador, Spain. Sweden. Switzerland. I Yenezuela. II. First Secretary General of the Leagus of Nations. The Honoiable Sir James Brio , Druniniond. K. C. M ,.. c. B. 00 Read the Classified Ads. r-00 Read ije Clarified Ads. I I. N. PIERCE SAYS HE IS II CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR I N Tierce has announced his can didacy for mayor in the following statement ; "Having been solicited by many of my friends to become a candidate for mayor of our city and knowing the great responsibility 'hi Will be ie- j quired of a man in such an off t; I have hesitated. But the time ha 1 come when my friends demand an an swer 1 have answered in tho affir- ! matlve. 1 "An outline of what I propose to do, should I be elected will be: "Justlcn and right to everybody, irrespective of creed, color or prcru- condltions. I believe our city should first of all lake step? to increase our present water supply sufficiently to suppl a ! population of 100,000 inhabitants. Which We Will have within the next ir I years. j "The question of public health is (second to none in municipal affairs and in case I am elected. I pledge rr.v jself to the creation of an efficient II ealth department, under a competent physician, who is an expert on sanita tion and that this department shall j direct a complete free garbage system throughout Ogden. "I believe all our city .ippointed officers should be under eil service, which will induce thm to be mire efficient in the discharge of th Ir duties. "I believe every' honorable meune should be exerted to induce more pi o pie to come to our city and help to make 11 the greatest industrial city Of this great Intermountain country We iuvite capital to come and help buiid up our need of big industries wh'ch gives moro employment to our home labor "The greatest problem that con tronts our city, state in fact, the whole world Is that of reconstruction Only a careful, conscientious ana thorough handling of this situation as III develops from day to day with the Jbest interests of the city at heart aud the determined decision to maintain law and order should be considered bv Ian official That will be im polil ill j which I will be fair and firm ' I . rr . The Alhambra will open at 12:30 tomorrow with "His Majesty, the American," Doug Fairbanks' first great 8-reei picture. 10c, 20c, 30c. . TOMORROW 12-45 ALHAMBRA It takes some nerve to pay a thou sand dollars for a single picture and show it for 10-20-3v, but the Alham bra is preparing for the greatent at tendance the big palace c er accom modated tomorrow when Doug Steps in ' His Majesty, the American." See the show through. See the pa rade get a good seal by an early at- j tendance. 8 reels in the feature and every inch tense action 00 15c matinee price until 7 I o'clock; after 7 o'clock, 25c, Ito see the great sensation, j I "Wives of Men," at the Rex! today and tomorrow. Young Man Is Alleged to Have I Raised a Check Alleged to have raised a check on the Amalgamated Sugar company jEarl Spann, nineteen years of age, v. a: arrested yesterday morning by Detec tives d E Everett and Riley Patton j The original cheek the police gay, was lor $l!) 4u and had be. n raised to $119 1" Tho check was presented by pinn at th- Union station ticket c,f 1 flee and th sum called for by :'i check was given the youth. The check, if Is said, bad been raised bj means of a check protector, the al terations being typed on the check and later retouched with a pen. i - ' KNIGHTSOFWBUS Arrangt ments are under way to se cure the mezzanine floor of the Hotel I Utah for the exemplification of the fourth degree of the Knights of Co lumbus, according to Charles A. Mr 'iuire, district manager of the fourth degree for Utah. Idaho and Nevada. The affair will lake place October 12 , The Salt Lake assembly of the fourth degree met yesterday in the council rooms of the Hotel Utah and perfected arrangements for Columbus lay ceremonies. Over a hundred can didates are expected from all parts of I 'ah to take the degree. Among those who will fake part In th day's ceremonies will be the Most Rev. Edward J Hanna, D. D., orch- f ; J; For Burning Eczema k 1) ; Greasy salves and ointments should not ba applied if good dear skin is wanted. ! From any druggist for 35c. or $1.00 for extra large size, get a bottle of zemo. j When appUed as directed it effectively 1 removes eczema, quickly stops itching, and ! heals skin troubles, also sores, burns, J wounds and chafing. It penetrates, cleanses J and soothes. Zemo is a dean, dependable and inexpensive, penetrating, antiseptic liquid. Try it. aa w e believe nothing you bare ever used is aseffective and satisfying, j The E. W. Roe Co.. Clrrelaod. O. Advertisement, ' ' THE j INCOMPARABLE PARISIAN STAR FOREMOST LEADER OF 1 FASHIONS GABY DESLYS mmmmmm mi imiiiiii i m mi n I Most Popular Dancer and Most Talked of I Woman in the World The Darling of PARIS London and NEW YORK I si W I i J In a Romantic Storij of French Stage Life one Its Temptations A PHOTOPLAY DE LUXE Directed and produced in Paris during th( j fifth gear of the mar by LOUIS MERCANTON the Mastr Producer who directed Mxno. Sarah Bernhardt In "Qqmh Elizabeth" and "Mothers of France," and Gaby Deslys in her former sncres, "Her Trlnmpb." PRICES 6c 11c 20 c I UTAH THEATRE, T:dm'0yrrow j bishop of San Francisco; the Rt. Rev, John p! Carrol, I. D , bishop of Helena, Mont., and the Rt. Rev. Joseph Glass. C. M i D., bishop of Salt Lake. The ceremonies will commence with the celebration of a solemn pontifical mass in the Cathedral of the Made leine in the morning, followed bv the degree exemplification, A banquet In honor of the candidates and the dls Llnguipbed visitors will be held in the 01 ening. 00 Special Session of the Legislature of State of Utah Indication? of a long session of the state legislature, which convenes a week from today, are apparent in the number of questions which probably will be called before the body. Man) objections to a prolonged session hav been voiced In outlying counties, it is stated, inasmuch as this Is a very' busy reason of the year for manv of the legislators and they do not desire to be held from ten to twenty days The proclamation of Governor Bam berger sets forth that the special VI sion Is for the purp-' of ratifying o W reject in ,- the Susan B. AnlhonjB amendment to the United States con StltUtlon Th. re will bo several thirr: fle 10 be considered. An appropriatloi may be made to enable the at tome. M ! general to enforce the laws on ibil TJ -late books In regard to profiteering. It Is understood that the Bccurltic , T commission will ask lor the improve ment in the present law, which fimn clal concerns declare interferes wit. business. 1 Tb Rotary club Is asking about th jB iaw in regards to the theft of autonvi lrH biles The Industrial commission em Ms, ployes are demanding more wages. Th 1 fruit growers claim thai the law wbicl prohibit- them iim eiim worm. 'fruit will be the cause of practlcall: I 1 60 1 1 1 cenl loss of 'he apple cre IW ihence the) ask t(; have thK quc?tlci 1, put before the legislature. lJ Read the Classified AdJ. CASTORS fe For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Yean iL COME TO CARMEN'S BALL ft j At Berthana Hall WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24 Continuous Dancing.