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The Ogden standard. [volume] (Ogden City, Utah) 1913-1920, October 03, 1919, LAST EDITION - 3:30 P.M., Image 10

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. THE OCDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY OCTOBER 3. "
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lli ! Jtar XJ I I W REEL prices: 1 1
lf "PUPPY LOVE" COMEDIES Children . . 6c I
B I .-4aVl 4JMA ' (TAME ODI V Adults-Matinees 15c
H ET ' HOT A dog story LKLl Adults-Evenings .20c 1
II THE STEAM IS ON TONIGHT AT THE ALHAMBRA I
j I A Big PARAMOUNT-ARTCRAFT SPECIAL, Coming Sunday I
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t-vvtvttt rATT But when the brother, whose tarnished honor he had save d told the truth, and the Indians came in their war paint, who felt r y 39
UvJIN 1 rAlL ashamed then?
TO SEE IT A world famous novel of the pioneers' West made into a picture you'll long remember. With a brilliant supporting cast ! Come Early, There
gj v including Anna Little, Wanda Hawley, Tom Forman, Eileen Percy and Monte Blue. Come! r CFOWd I
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Hear It at your dealers, or
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HJfl any hard corn, soft corn or com be
HH twecn the toes, and the hard skin cat
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H A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs lit
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HH drops upon the corn or callus. Instant
BHJi, ly it stops hurting, then shortly you lift
HHVJr that bothersome corn or callus right
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Read the classified Ads
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RAILROAD CREW 1
i THE PRESIDENT'S
SPECIAL
Wlin the president's train rolled
into Ogden at 2:30 p. m. on Septem
ber 23. all eyes wore on the car whlca
carried the head of the nation.
In railroad circles the boys were
asking
What are the names of th crew
given the high honor of operating the
president's train, for this is consid
ered an event of great importance in
the lifo of any train man.
John Furlong was at the throttle
nd Otto Lassen was his fireman
The conductor was W L: Ta .o'
The brakeruen were Frank Hart and
B. E. Lester. -
These men were placed In charee
of the train at Cailm and they broucht
the special in on the dot.
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Bill GAME WILL BE
WTO FANS
ON SIMMY
Readers of The Standard wlli be iv- .
Op .i real treat Sunday afternoon when
The Standard will record the world's ,
j series game at Chicago on the score
I board In the window of Uic Standard,
play by pluy. The contest will start at
- Clock Chicago time vbleh is 1
a cloi k Ogden time ArrangeD i ate tot
special service were completea to.iaj
and funs of Ogden will have a chance
to root for their favorites in the f.fth
raiue of the series Sunday.
Thus far considerable interest has
been manifested In the game here and
hundreds of fans havr vatdhed 'he
game, play by play, at The Standard.
Boats of the fans arc pulling for a Cin
cinnati victory whiie others can seo
jnuthlng but Chicago. The Interest Is
I at fever heat so Join the crowds Sun
day and root for your favorites.
oo
Six Classes Formed
Six classes in the extension division
of the Cniverstiy of Utah were organ
iz ,1 yesterday by Pioiessor Fred Rey
nolds at a meeting of local teachers at
the Central Junior high. The subjects
offered follow
Monday. 4:13 p. m. Art Teacher.
Miss Carrie V Knapp.
Tuesday. -4:15 p. m Heal.h. Hy
'ylene and Sanitation. Dr. Albert J.
Sears, 1'nlvcrslty of I'tah; Mrs. Sophie
I Reed.
Wednesday, I 15 p. m. Eccnonilcs
WOMEN. SAVE S18
BY DRY CLEANING
Save five to ten dollars quicklv by
dry cleaning everything in the home
You can dry clean, brighten and re
new children's coats, suits, caps, wool
, ens. Swiss, lawns, organdie and chif
fon dresses, kid gloves, shoes, furs,
neckties, ribbons, satins, lace, silk
waists draperies, rugs everyihtnp
that would be ruined by soap and
water.
riace a gallon or more of gasoline
in a dishpan or wash boiler, put in
the things to be cleaned, thea wash
them with Solvite soap. Shortly ev
erything comes out looking like new.
Nothing fades, shrinks or wrinkles.
No pressing needed. Do not attempt 1
to dry clean without Solvite soap This I
rasollne soap Is the secret of all dr
cleaning A package of Solvite soap
with directions for home dry cleaninp
Coats but a few cents at any drug, gro-
cer or department store. Dr.' clean
! out of doors or away from flame.
Advertisement.
Teacher to be selected
Thursday, 4:JL6 p. m. Spanish ;
Teacher to be selected.
Thui.ijjy. i p m- Methods of
Teaching, Miss Ida Fitzsimmons
Friday, 4:15 p. m. English Litera
ture Teacher to be selected
The l isses will meet next week in
the Central Junior high building
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MORE INTEREST IS
NEED OF LIVESTOCK
SOOW
Ogden will be represented at the
state fair in Salt l ake, according to I
R. C Evans, executise secretary of the
Ogden Livestock show which will b
held here in January The livestock
show will have a booth at the fair und
every etfort will be made to induce
the arious cattlemen and sheepmen
to enter their prize slock
The Ogden show is attraclini nation
wide interest. In California in partic
ular the show has been boosted and
the Sacramento stock raisers have sig
nified iheir intentions of enteiing
choice cattle.
Several unique entertainment fea
tures will be arranged for the 'isltors
including a dressed ball for the stock
men, a banquet and another feature
which will be decided upon la'er.
A number of valuable trophies have
been placed as priteg and the latest
contributor to the list is E. L. Van Me
ter of the Ogden Savings bank Mr
Van Meter has offered a special prize
of $50.
'"The Ojden show will mean thou-
sands of dollars to U.e city, not onls in
advertising but In sales made during
the visitors' stay heir. With this taci
in view the merchants of Ogden should
get hack of the movement and boost
The merchants av not takinr the in
terest in the show that they should and
this is hampering the show. The boost
er system should be adopted by each
and every merchant and the show
should be advertised from coast to
coast.
'The livestock show here Is the 'irst
in the history of the city rnd as Og
den is just starting on a plan h.. will
mean thousands of dollars id the city
in future years the show should be put
over with the view of a world's fair
Other cities of the country have had
similar shows for the past twenty-five
years and Ogden In entering the boost
ing idea for cattle will add increased
interest to the business not only here
but in other sections," sai.i an of fi rial
this morning
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Real Estate Transfers
Albert N. Walters to Maty Ann
Beesley, patr of lot 12, block 10. South
Ocden survey. $3800
E. Lillian Horn to George A. Chck
. ii5. part of lot 9t block 51, plat A.
$1000
Ingeborg Wangsgard to Irwin S
loall. part of the northeast quar'er sec
tion 17. township b north, range 1
west. $2100
George A. Graves and wife to Claus
t. Guman, part of loi 1, block 3, plat
. $2650.
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Mother Takes Son
To New York School j
In An Airplane,
CLEVELAND, O.. Ort. 3. Seymour
COX, Jr . ileven -.irs old. la making an
airplSBJS flJKht from Houston. Tex., 10
Net York to pet nn education.
With his mother. Mrs. S E J. Cot. wif -of
a Houston oil operator, and Pilot Har
old Block. Bayinour, arrived here yea-
trday. Th.- party left later for Buffalo,
from where they will fly to w York,
whrn- the lad will utt.-nd ' hoot
Get Backyll!yL
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suffering skin, with never a possibility
of harm brief experience with Pos-J
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apply a little on some affected part at
night. In the morning, your own eyes
find evidence of Its healing work. If
the trouble was "light a pimple or in
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so much so that you will want Poslam
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Sold everywhere. For free sample
write to Emergency Laboratories, 243
West 47th St., New York City.
Poslam Soap is a daily treat to ten
der ?kin. Contains Poslam.
Charlie Chaplin and Mabel
Normand in one of the best
comedies they ever made, "A
Henpecked Spouse," also Fan
nie Hurst's great story, "A
Petal on the Current." Utah to
day. Children s special mat
inee tomorrow.
oo
1. 1 PIERCE MAY IT
BE ABLE TO HOLD
113 SEAT
SALT LAKE, Oct. 3 Questions in
volving the right of certain members of
the house of rprrentUvs to their
seats In the legislature were further
complicated after extended discussion
yesterday when Representatlv C. O.
Adney. presiding: at the request of SptAk
ei Happier, declined to direct the chief
irk of the house to strike the nams
of Arthur Wsllllia ard William O Neil
from the rolls. The acting speaker's
action followed a ote of 19 to IS fav
onnc a motion proposed by Represen
tative William W. Seeg-mlller directing
Um speaker to hare the chief cler
discontinue calling the names of the two
uirn In question when roll calls wen? !
being taken It was Mr. Adne 'a con- I
t. ntir.n that depriving the two men of j
a right to vote constituted expulslor.
and that such action t required a two
thirds vote of the membera.
Representative J. N - JPierre nf Ogden'
Involved himself in the ' eligibility ques
tion yesterday morning, announcing
that, after consultation with the attc-r-rr
general, he feared he was In th
same position aa Mr Welling and Mr
O Nell He asked to be exruaed from i
voting until ih' houe rredentiaja corn- I
mittcc passed upon his case. Mr. Pierce
suld that, following the regular telort.
he was appointed a member of the in
heritance tax commission by the district
court of Weber count', to examine into
certain Inheritance taxation matters,
and in that position was on the etate
pay roll According to the opinion ren
dered bj the attorney general In liie
other two cases, this resulted In the nu'.c
matic resignation of Mr Tierce as a
member of the leglsjstllrfi
Representative O'NeSI on the floor of
the house yesterday nftcmoon. bitterly
rebuked the members of the special in- J
vestlpatlng committee for the action It I
had taken, and the house for accept-.n? I
tho report of I he committee. He de- j
clared that he did not believe he had H
violated his constitutional o?.th. and that II
he was entitled to his scat, and that ne I
Intended "to occupy his seat In the houM j
until thrown out bodily " Mr Welling I
did not participate in the deliberations I
of the house at all yesterday, though h H
was on the floor for a time at the morn- 1
fng session. fl
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