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If? THE OGDEN SlAiNUAKD: OGUEN, LIT AH. WF.DNESDAY, OCIOBLK b. IV19. 11 1
i r COMING J FRIDAY SfeppirK Qd By C Gardner Sullivan. Directed by Fred Nlblo. Photographed by George Barnes Supervised by Tlmmns H inro, k ttOQDBiEi scrubbing brush So h n:. yn.ts anjd pans! Never again You ought to sec Enid Bennett, as the neglected Wife, make hubbv come off his high horse. Cornel PRICES: 6c - 15c 20c ALHAMORil fl - THE HOME OF THE BEST - 1 lilSPORTSl, I 1 1 s (Continued from Page 9) I I I E3. Innings pitched B Finneran f. I Iphis; by F i ! ii I ISusel to Eddlngton Umpli i Mur . f ray and Toman i Spectacular Battle I At Grand Circuit Trotting Event , ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 14. Today's 1 I grand circuit racing :u Lakewoc I tn i li , her" was signalized by ,i Bpectai 1 ibattlc betw i.-n Cu and Murphy, j.; I ing respectively McGregor the 0 ! r and Mariondale, for a purse of ?2500 In I f the 2:14 class trotting event, the main H one on the cord The honori wenl to M Co in straight heats, w r Goers started his Mamie Locke in Elhis race bin his protege broke -n )..d jk ly near the half mile poal In tLr Ursl neat that she was distanc- d. Manon- dale made the Cox horse fight for ev f ery inch of ground rh. !..- i n;i m ,ne ' 1 inc :. r ., - m m i he . becond heat uli n M.( in -or . .p .,. off the mile in 2;06V4 j Louie Gratton, driv?n by B. Flem I l?le won ,he 2 :02 pace 'n tarce stra-ghi I heats, from a field of four itarters. I becond monej going to Bettl- Bl.uk t lock piloted by Walker. Be I tlmt , 2:091 i The other event today was a 2:18 t I class trot in which only southern j horses started and was w n b; Harry S , an Atlanta owned chestnut horse, driven by Hartley. Best time 2 : 14 V4 MM ACTIVITIES I J The battlefields of France during the great sar were decorated wl.h mud and water during ine greater part of the struggle and yesterday at Lorln Farr park, some of the boN who crossed the pond remembered he conditions of that country when they clashed with the Webr stars at "oi ball. The entire field was a sea of mud. One would mire with the east ol a youth and when one talks ot Indoor sports well, those who witnessed !he game could appreciate the worth of the players as they endeavored to show their wares as mud gridders, In one of the periocs in the game yesterday Hulmston tacked 8 Webfij player in a pool of water. Bo-h boys had a taste of drowning, but both re covered. m The American Txglon regulars will vlash with the Boxelder high school at Ixirin Farr park Saturday if arrange ments for the game can be comoh I ed today. The Boxelder players nold 20 to 0 victory over the Weber grid team and the game between the local egion aggregation and the m'n from Brigham should be a hummer. Captain Billie Glasmann will joui m to Salt Lake this afternoon where, hi will endeavor to makr complete ar langements for the Armistice day Bth letlc program scheduled for this City, November 11. Complete grid material for fifteen men will be purchased for the Amerl can Legion team and several first class 1 1 REAL "INSIDE" INFORMATION j I When Constipated, Bilious, Headachy, Take j j "Cascarets" for Liver and Bowels No "Shake Up" h --..--... .. I ...................,..,. Sr Are you keeping your DOweis, liver, stomach clean, pure, and freeh r"Wlth Cascarets, or merely srbippins pthem Into action very few days with ; Baits. Cathartic 111!.. Oil, or PargatWe L Waters ? J i Stop having a bowel wash-day. Lei n?BCartfS gently ,,,janse and regulate rthe stomach, remove the our and fer menting food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the colon and bowels all the eon atipated waste matter and poisons so you can straighten up. Cascarets tonight will make you teel great by morning. They worn while you sleep never gripe, sicken, or cause any inconvenience, i'hey cos: so '.lttle too. Advertisement. 51 GIRLS! WOMEN! GIRLS! I F Come and learn a trade in our Overall factory. Not only will Jl?u have a steady Position, but it is a lasting experience. A 44-hour week and good pay to the capable. Are you one? Ap ply John Scowcroft & Tons Company, Department "M." I w f - RADICAL LEADER FLEES Bomb Maker Not Yet I Arrested; Officers After Him. GARY, Ind., Oct. 16. Military au- thorlties and federal agents declared today that Alexander Ivanholf. radi cal leader and chemist formerly em ployed in the local steel mills and al leged maker of the May Day and Chi tkga postoffiee bombs, is not un der arrest. He is being sought as the result of Information said to have benn given (he federal authorities by Anton (iorski. who is under arrest. ronnncod that Ivanhoff has fled from Gary, the federal authorities to day transferred their search for the radical leader to Chicago where doz ens of department of justice investi gators are reported to be following clews. Federal agents backed by troops I early today mado four more raids on Dmes of radical leaders here in which about twenty persons were tHken into custody. six am being held It Is said that further evidence was obtain ed in these raids of the alleged plot for an uprising of radicals In Oary, although Colonel W. S Mapes and .other officials declined to discuss I he details Ol ihf- information obtained. Stiff Joints I Sore Muscles Umber Up C:iickly Under the Sooth ing, Penetrntlng Application of Hamlin's Wizard Oil In ca?e? of rheumatism and lame back it penetrates quickly, drives out soreness, and limbers up stiff, aching ' joints and muscles. Wizard Oil is an absolutely reliable, antiseptic application for cuts, burns, '9, and stings. Sprains and bruises heal readily under its soothing, pen ; ctrating qualities. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and j get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick head ache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pills, JJ cents. ; Guaranteed. Advertisement games have been booked for the sea- jsoh. It Is expected that the game with the University of Utah freshmen and the contest with the Utah Aggie lieshmen will be great drawing cards. It is expected that the game be tween Davis and East high at Kays vllle Friday will be a hummer Coach Warner expects his men to show a 'world of class against the East Leop Fatty Arbuckle Will i Sell Vernon Interests LOS ANGELES, Oct 15 Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle has completed his career as a Coast league magnate, and Ed R. Maier is about to rake hh; re entry into baseball. Arbuckle delivered his valedictory yesterday afternoon. He has had an option on the Vernon club since early In the season, and during Its first pennant-winning year served as its i r ! dent. "I secured an option." said , buckle, "and intended to buy the club, flitt It looks as though they do not want me to have It. The price placed pn the Vernon team and franchise was SO.".. ixiii. When the option expired I offered to take the team and pay $85, , lown. I thought that a fair prop- o:.iium. lU! eatMi v.i e m. i. iinu cash deals of that size are not a habit in baseball. This, and the fact that the territorial rights here have not been settled, (breed me to forego the deal. So I guess I am through with baseball as far as the Coast league is concerned, except as a booster." This means that the Vernon team will revert to Maler, and his re-entry into the game, at least as an owner. Is retired in 1010 as a result of differences In the league, and because I Of the increasing demands on his lime ,of his business interests Although 'there has been no official announce ment, all the misunderstandings be tween Maler and President Powers have been cleared up, it is said, and henceforth all the lighting will be done on the hall field, where, after all, lies the success and popularity of baseball With these two men backing the local clubs, Los Angeles will be come a baseball town of major importance. A "LOOK OUT FOR THE COPS'" AND "THE HOODLUM" Bh Slid Down a Coal Chute to the Joy of Living. 1 1 More Tomorrow TAKE ASPIRIN AS ; TOLD BTBAYER" ; "Bayer" introduced Aspirin to e the physicians over 18 years ago. , To get quick relief follow carefully jj the sale and proper directions In e.toh J unbrokpn package of ' Haver Tablets Ol Aspirin." This parknge In phvnl , stamped with the safety ' IJayer Cross." & The "Bayer Cross' means the genu- Jp lne, world famous Aspirin prescribed ,j by physicians for over eighteen i- "Dayer Tablets of Aspirin'' ean be ' taken safeh for ohK Hradn-hc, , Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, hum fi bago, Rheumatism, Joint Pains, Netus I it is. and Fain generally. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost I but a few cents. Druggists also sell 1 larger "Pmyer' package? Aspirin is 1 the trade mark of Haver Manufacture $ of Monoaeetlcacidester of SallcyllC&oid. I Advertisement. oo u Lieut. Sheridan I And Col. Reynolds i Leave Saldoro SALT LAKE. Oct. 11.- Two or three airplanes In the ti tnseoin Inental air derby held at Saldur . Utah, 100 milet I west of here, because of threatening I weather this morning ,eparted for Salduro at 2:06 this afternoon. They jj were entrants No 40, pilo.ed b Lieut, s II W. Sheridan and No 14, piloted by I Lieut ooli John Rsynoldi The marine corps entry. No 108, pi- loteti by Lieut. G. B. Newman, became i tuck In the mud when fo.cpd to land i at Arlnosa, ten mile! east ot Salduro li II was expected that it WOtlld renin to the OO&trol itatlOC jere and resume I its flight westward tomorrow morning. I i sthef permiit Ing Bueni Vista field here Is a masp of mud tonight due to a rain wb'ch has been falling ince iast nknt. No ma chines arrived here toda from either j direction. The Fokker plane piloted j by Cadet Cardiff, which met misfor tune on the first day of the trip, la to be sent back to Mather field. Salduro also is reported a ma.n of mud and the lleutenac.t in charge of I that control has advised that few J planes be sent there for overnight reitfl for accommodations are poor. Maynard Leaves San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. H Airplane No. 31 with Lieut. B W. Maynard as i pilot and Sergt. W. E. Klelre. observer, left the Presidio here a 1.22 o'clock today on the return flight to New J York. This was the first plane to start the return Journey from here in the transcontinental air race. oo GAS ON STOMACH SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION HEARTBURN Instantly Relieved by BiSURATEB' MAGNESIA IN 5 GRAIN TABLETS AND POWDER FORM BIS CRATED MAGNESIA is a Mag nesia compound especially prepared for the safe, speedy and certain correc 'tion of dangerous stomach acidity. It cuiiit s only in the lorm of five grain 'tablets and powder in sealed blue pack ages. Lo not confuse with commer clal magnesia, milk of magnesia or : citrate of magnesia. Look tor the word i BISURATED and get the genuine from hi: i hhlSTS E KRYWHERE.-- Advertisement. PE R I S C O P I rs-i THE WORLD f-j- with Our Office Boy. y WOULDN'T WORK. A man as dry As dry could be Wanted a drink And came to me. He wanted hard And horny "licker" Not the land that Makes you snicker. What I had Would not suffice. So 1 gave him This advice. o ' Tiptoe up. Let one eye drop. Take off your hat. Spin like a top. Wag both your hands And shako a shimmy. .iund on the rail And whisper, 'gimme.' You mustn't grin. Just show your money. You'll get the gin (Also a 'bunnv' "). 3 He did just as I had advised. Bartender blinked And showed surprise Grabbed up the Belser het It squirt. Saul 'What's t be dpps 1 Tryln' f flirt 7 This bar WAS soft There was no quirk. Just wouldn't work. They say one man's meat is nn I other man's poison and hifl sorrow Is . another's Joy, Whatever you think, you can't say the Sox dldn t do their damdest A Bavarian writer complains that Germany has no honor loft. We hadn't noticed that they'd ever had any. 4 There's a good reason why the Ger-, I dl? Every art has its Golden Age, bringing fe$&Q '0 Wr3 those wondrous works that live on through " I P all the years. And it seems that a Golden r Gf Age has dawned for the newest of all arts the motion picture. The master artist of the jj B pj My -:rccn has brought to us a creation of such ex- ' g?' Q ffi Wt tfw qutsite wonder and beauty, of such haunting charm -ll and purity, that all else seems as of yesterday, K II f II I 1 DWGPJFFITO taken from a story of Thomas Burke, is at once jj? si I s the most pitiful, most tragic, and withal, the mosr sublime love story ever told. And in the telling, the master, Griffith, has wrought such rare and JilJ undreamed-of beauties that a new art, full. rich. ThU b- jrtdlcss. is revealed. D. W. GRIFFITH'S I I Mightiest and Most Costly Picture I I "Brokjln Blossoms"! I From the book, " The Chink and the Child" I I I WILL BJL SHOWN AT THE, 1 II "-ALHAMBKA- BEGINNING NEXT SUNDAY, FOR AN INDEFINITE RUN PRICES MAIN FLOOR, 30c BALCONY LOGES. 50c p mans didn't win the war In the re port that a squad of soldiers fired into a crowd of 15,000 civilians, killing one and wounding ten. King Albert appeared tickled to death while plodding through Mon tana snows the other day. Ills appeur anee would change if he had to shovel b path through 'em all through the winter. If everybody bad a desk Job some one would bemoan the loss of the pick and shovel. It takes no prophet to tell what fireside tales will be about in Cincin nati this winter. It may be more convenient to move than pay rent but it's a tough job to do both these days. Although Mr. Wilson has been to Paris, mi over the i nited Btates ihd is now confined to his bed. Mr Mar shall Is having the time of his life It looks as though the minister's union is able to get anything and 8V( i thing but more money. The loudest howlers about the downtrodden wnrklngman never ex- Caught in draft stiff neck or back won't last long if BAUME ANALGIA SI QUE BENGUE is applied as directed. Simple instructions with each tube Tbo. UmiQ & Co.. N. Y. perlence the pleasuro-.-of being one. The action of the Ohio supreme) Court is unfathomable Why should the people have anything to say about' the laws they are compelled to live under' Spasms over the world's series were not confined to Cincinnati There were symptoms in every town that received the returns on the games. There are times when every man knows he got more than his share of bawling out. There's nothing more encouraging to a youug married man than to swing a bluff successfully. M ! What a lot of bread tho- so lies tickets would have purchased. We have taken the liborty ot re vamping that old saying: "He who dances must pay the fiddler" to "He who eats and sleeps must pay tne prot iteer." Applause Is no criterion of public : opinion. Every speech on the league of nations so far has had plenty of It There's no appeal from the laws of nature. There's a heap o' irony in that say ing "Keep Sweet" now sugar is so scarce. "I'm a steeplejack," said a man who had stopped n friend of mine to ask i mi a loan of a dollar. And I cau't work any more because I've lost my nerve." "Oh, no you didn't," my friend an swered. "Your nerve is all O. K." WHAT HAS BECOME OF The last rose of summer? If the kaiser lived In the United States ho want to be put in exMle so be wouldn't have to move Strikes and strikers can't gu far If you are in the market for hay, corn, oats or potatoes in carload lots get in touch with G. C. McPeek, 513 National Bank Building. Phones, day, 442 night. 1654. without the support of public senti- uhl ment. IM WHICH REMINDS US THAT That we need a St. Patrick to drive all the I. W. W snakes out ot the grasses H of American life. Hjl (bmplexion! clear ttzvith Rginol Soap I If your complexion U rough, red or pimply, don' t try to corer up thedefects ! It deceives no one and only nxalees bad matters worse. Begin today to clear your skin with Resiool Soap. Just wash your tace with ResineJ Soap and hot watec, dry and apply realty a little Rxuk1 Ointment. Lt tinw-stay on lor trn mtnotes, then wash off with more Resinol Saap. In a very short time yon will uia41y find your kin be coming beautiaiilly soil, clear aad-pefcrciy. Ointment uwiUbaI ( v!s m m Try ihm ew K1HAJB bTveUyoHdtjgr ilit ikm Nit W bk, to.