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ll THURSDAY. OCTOBER. 16. 1919. Sltf 31 n ,..!'
I ! "EXIDE" ! a name that liars achieved a nation wide reputation as the Battery that "Costs most to make but lea;l to use. a name that signifies power plus, en ft jurance extraordinary . dependability under any and every condition a name that is barked by thirty-one years experience in battery building building in every detail upon the basis of quality rather than price. a name that to the experienced auto owner typifies unquestionable supremacy in battery construction and service. and there's an "EXIDE" Battery built especially to meet the requirements of your i$! I rar- ' I , 8 uExide,t Battery Station ; 2330 I udson Ave. Phone f 79. Batteries ill makes repaired and recharged. B JL B B B , B V tn a I i II ill 1 TO J RECEIVE KING'S I ran T i, Mayor Samuel Browning has re J celved a communication from E A 9 Cartler. ambas.-.idor lo ih- United States from Belgium, in which a re n quest for ihe namea oi the women au J lomobile driven in thi recent parade ii here was made, u Ambassador Carrier suited Inst h"e( wished i1"- names oi the three young women. Etpwever, there were tut two . - Miss Florence Walt is and Miss Gene I Browjilng. Mis Wait is drove the car in whidi Ai PriiK'i' Leopold was rented, while Miss t 1 Brdwhing was et ih- wheel of he car which carried hs majesty, King Al bert. i,i The letter iu Mayo? Browning .ol lows HI ..,1 1 At . . If' nun. HIT, DninOlllg, m.i;i ui s- j i i n I'uh ! ;n Mr Mayor: 1 would i be very grateful to you If you could ' kindly send me, care of the Belgian i embassy, 780 Massachusetts avenue, ii, Washington, L. c .. the full name ind 1 address of the three ladies vho ar i d V as automobile drivers to his majesty, the king, to her majesty, the queen, to I, his royal highness, J'r'ii' i Leopold Oi j Belgium, during the.r stay ;n don U 'Thanking you for your courtesy 'c j-nd with renewed iiigh regards, I re T main, yours very sincerely, M (Signed) 'E A. C ARTIER, L 'Belgian Ambassador" II Gompers Reported I Somewhat Improved WASHINGTON. Oc;. 16 Samuel j. CrOmpers, president of ihe American I Federation of Labor, who is suffering ' from nervous exhaustion, was reporte I somewhat lniproed today, bur his i physician has ordered him to reoiin In bed Last night Mr. Gompers' i-m-i perature tosr to 100.8 degrees but i r had peceded this morning to OS . 4. II no . rte'd the ( liis if!ed Ads snms. WITH I OF SOLDIERS. TO BUILD FENCE Students of Weber academy, of Ogy dep. high school, members of the Amef- ienn Legion ami oilier organizati ns ar rejoicing today. Efforts have b en under way for some tunc to have the I . . I City erect a fence nround the south portion of the othiene field at Lorin Ufarr park and also ihe past side of the park, and yesterday, with Coach Glar "iKr Douglas representing the Qgxien I iiigh school and ai Werdeti represent j '.ng the American Legion, the city of ficials granted the request, j The Improvement had been as-ed by ! those organization-, bul no action i came. Yesterday, however, the detjils were explained and the. citv sppiprl ated $250 toward a suitable fence; The remaining funds necessary for ;the erection of the fence will PS paid by the Weber academy, the Ogden high school and the American Legion. StUdehtS of the Wftber academy ju Ogilen high school will ereet the fehc The work will start Friday. 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. 00 Dr. John Kramer j j Ha sLarge Audience i i "Do your feet track?" With this; I phiae as his theme, Tr John Kra1 J Imer, at the meeting last en!ntr .nl the Methodist Episcopal church held' 'the largest audience iha has attend Jed the meetings this week In 'he de- ! velopmeni of his theme, Dr. Kramer said he would not destroy beliefs of I others His aim was to remove the evil from all beliefs Inn .iji h m n m !S LAST TIMES TODAY a 13 -) 1 1 UTAH -THEATRE I j I '' g OFFERS THE GREAT ACTRESS I I I Fannie Ward f 1 Sessue Hayakawa I I II I "THE CHEAT" J j I The May Allison picture scheduled for I today did not arrive. Will be shown later. 1 Buy a ticket for "The Lottery Man," I 1 " and have the laugh of a lifetime. This pic- I " ture comes Sunda; and we paid lots of B n money for it yet no raise in admission. K a ' l III " I mi mm 1 f OGDEN WOMEN GIVEN HIGH iNOflS BY FEOERATIOIM SALT LATCE, Oct. 16 - An init;i t:on was extended b) he fJtBl Petfer .lion of Women's c'.ibs, whicl closed a three-day session here yesterday, to I the general federation to hold Kb (text nicotine in Salt Lake in Mn.. 1921 The Invitation iil be preaen'cd and passed upon at the biennii i me'Hin; ot he sener.nl federation in Dea Moines i June, 1920 Mr. EJdward Bichaei was nominated lor general federation director lor 1 Utah The Domination will be submli I ted at the meeting ot the federation in , I Ue;. Moines. Utah delegates at large to 'he cen j I eral federation mooting were elected I 'as follows Mrs John i'". Cowan of1 .-'ill Lake, Mrs. John A. Wldtsoe of J Salt Lake. Mrs J n Morrell or Og den Mrs Thomas Pouts ot Price !ind Mrs. Mclvin Merrill o. Logan Alter nates were chosen as follows: Mrs. Elisabeth Coray ot -.alt Like Vis F. dams of Salt Lake Mrs L A. Mc- Drldc ol Tooele Mr." Wilbur liodgson of Sail Lake and Mi Anna V KTOPP oi Park CItj The credentials : mitr.it-1 jteo reported thai I'l VOtCB WfTC p- I resented in the convention The finance conjtmittee subPiitted a plan loi providing ior federation ex penses in a proposition b ra:se Lbe I j ones now being paid by !he elubs be longing to the tedera'ion, the schrd tile to be as follows Clubs of twenty five, 5; clubs ot fifty. $10: clubs of 100. ?15; clubs of more than l60 mem 1" r-. .'o. The matter wa.l refi .red to j a special committee. A resolution Was udoptod asking the legislature to pass iaws t o mae ESng lish the fundamental language of :hlo country and to compel all sch ols to ii vote a pari of earn curriculum to the , stud ot American Ideals and institu t Ions. Resolution Adopted The resolution follows "Whereas. A spirit of anaichy is I rampant "among a certain clas of our j ' citizens; and "Whereas, These baleful iders seem ' to originate among our foreign popula " tion; therefore, be it "Resolved. That the I'tab Federation ' of Women's clubs, in convention as-i" - inbled, does petition our legislature ' to enact at its next session laws which ' win maae singiiBn mc lunoameuuii .anguage for all people of thi coun try, and compel all schools to devote a pari of each year's curriculum lo the stud vol American ideals and institu tions, in order to prevent our country from being undernii led and divided by t Ik constant Inculcation of foreign opinions and prejudices Recommennations for the ear. of the feebU minded of the .slate were made in a resolution. A p.Miiion ior cultural. r.s well as vocational, educatn n was adopted and the establishment of art galleries to train young people to prrp erly appreciate good pictures and -culpturrs was embodied in anotuei resolution passed. The usual recog nition of courtesies w is also made In ,- ppropriate resolution? Mrs Kdward Rlc'isel of Ogr'en ind Mrs. A J. Gorham of Sal. Lake, ho have just returned ironi a meeting of he national war work co'nci' of ihe V. W ('. A. in New v0rk, gae b:ef jeeounts of the meeting. With an ap peal to all women o continue he ac tivity of war da: s in limes of pence in reconstruct ion problems and nhilan thropic matters. Ii was announced that a prize of $25 1 bad been offered through the tedera-j tion for the best play written bv a I'tah author within Lbe next year. V- -tcrday morning sessior at th 1 iadies' I.iterarv club i.ouse W8i given over to department and commiitee re- : ports and a enntcrc-m c of pre-ident Mrs. E. A Lfatherwood presided over' the presidents meeting and M'3. E G. ' Peterson of Logan o.er thi departmen 1 conference. Many m Attendance. mong thosr in attendance ftum out ot ihe cltj wi re Mrs ( arne Browning, Mrs. Douglas Watson. Mrs. S S Smith. Mrs. 1 1 N Lanning, Mrs K. P. Olsen, Mrs. Ezra Rich, Mrs. R I Porter, Mrs Thoma- Dee, Mr-. 1 K Morrell Mrs lohn Culley, Mr-. Archie li.iwman, Mrs George H Watson. Mrs E. O. Wattis, Mr ESlicahetb Burrows and Mrs Edward Dichs-I ol Ogden; MlSB Mar Sheets. n IJla Shields, Mrs E P. Let ompete and Mrs. Harold Finch of Park City Mrs A. Bird, Mrs M A Packard, Kirs. Ada i3 Har rison and Mrs Beulah Whiting of Springville; .Mrs p'red Hansen Mrs. B. E Nelson and Mrs Gilbert l'ainter, of Garfield; Mrs Robert Thatcher, I Mrs. George Hendricks. Mrs :,enoie Carroll. Mrs. Amy Met rill. Mrs. E. G Peterson ami Mis Ii K Lewi - ot Lo can. Mrs E G. Smith and Mrs. L. A. McBride of Tooele; Mrs .1 E ('otter Of Lehi; Mis Thomas Koutz and Mi Maud Teacock of Price: Mrs. E. D. Sorenson; Mrs. a. h. Anderson, Mrs. . W Martin and Mr? 1 1 R Mark ot ; Manti; Mrs John Loutrnsocks. Mr D. F. Bois and Mrs Ray Cooper of Magna; Mrs, Rose Y Sfewar'. Mrs. ira ii Masti rs, Mi - R R. Irvine ind Mi - Alice Keynolus of Provo; Mrs j Pixie Shelton. Mrs. J. C. f oombs, Gai iand; Mrs. William J Lowe and Miss live jpn8on of Brigham Citv, Mrs. Karl F Keeler of 1 a) SOU Mrs. V. L Thomas of Eureka, Mrs George G Madsen of Mi Pie;,-.,! i oo Th- harder It rains the more soft water we get. oo Some ron"i .-re known hy th cheek I Ihcy decorate. He Quit Cigarettes H6l A wonderful relief from 1t mTfWfl j 1 i'isre(lei it reported by SXSmw Ohnesorje, v. ho bid Bgtb addirtcd 11 ycjri. mil illir IK3r trying rar.ou . hO rallod cures D8 iu Tain found jut the infor Ar&'Jmbi rua'iun be v. anted in a boot EtHkEL m.ybody bv Kdwotd J. Wood?. kIIHMOH TC 31 Station F, New York, N. V. Thouiands of ueraons. both sexes, who wtr addicted to cijarcttr. pipe, chew inf tnulT, etc.. bav been c'addencd by this free boot. Gcttinc rid of tobacco habit often mean; better health calm i.erve;. peacefal aleep. improTed eTeicht. btroncer heart, in rreared phyaieal pone, cleun breath, LONG .'H LIKE, jreatcr earnins rKcienty, content ment aod other benefit. Juat try it. Sur 1 jrie ererybady by atrakenint your latent iu verior abil.t.- .bor, Other Ihll adTcrtiaeuienl. r AU erll.se ment 4 MAYNARD AT OMAHA. 4 MM VHA, Neb . Oct 16. Lieu- -- i n. mi Maynard, leading flier in 4 the coasl to coasl airplane race, eastbound. made a forced landing at Wahoo. Neb , -10 miles west of this city shortly before noon to- dn The lantllns was effected -- without difficulty and without in- - Jurv to the pilot or his observer. 4 I . Kline I his information was received h -- .ii Ak-SarBen Held by Lieu ten- and II R Wells, control station 4 officer, who immediately sent a - truck load of soldiers from Fort 4 Omaha to suard the plane Lieu- 4 - tenant Maynard led Paul, i Neb . I'M- tmaha, at hit this morning, 4 4- WASHINGTON. Oct. 16. Re- 4 sardk-s of the rules of the con- 4 lest, l ieutenant Mnynard will he permitted lo continue his air- 4 plane lluln across the continent 4 If another plane can be found for him in time, air service official- announce They believe a i-n- 4- lcjnble ship is available near 4- the place where he landed today - "i h a broken erank Bhaft. OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 16. Ac- cording to ihe report received from Lieutenant Maynard i' 4- WOUld 1" ImpOl s;ble for him lo repaii the damaged motor and lie requested Lieutenan 11 1, i on- 4 iroi officer ai Ak-Sar-Ben field to seek permission from the war de- parlnient lo ;ranster the motor 4 from 'lie Martin bombinc plain whiih wa.- piloted b i apiain Rov 4 N Francis and which was wrecked at Vuton. 30 miles west of this city, Tuesday, while mak- -f f in? a forced landing to his plane. 4 A corps of mechanics has been working on the. bombing plane 4- since it was wrecked, preparatory f 10 boxins Hie wrecked mat hine and shipping it to Mineola The f work is being supen 1 ed by sp- tain Francis. Wahoo is but ten mil. .- nrest of Yutan and the motor from the Martin machine can he trans- ported overland, providing per- mission is given lor the transfer aptain Francis left utan for 4- W ahoo as soon as he learned of f ih.' accident to Lieutenant May- f nard and will assist in BaperviS- ing the repairs It will take at -f f- least two days to transfer the mo- tors of the two machines, w hich is - - Hie only means whereby Lieuten- 4- ant Maynard can continue in the race. 4. I am still in the race," stated Lieutenant Maynard as he in- formed Lieutenant Wells ,,f the accident. . SALT LAKE. Oct Hi Lieu- 4- tenant Alexander Pearson. Ir . flying eastward in airplane No. $ i in ihe transcontinental air race, reached Buena Vista tield. near hi re. shnrtlv after 1 o'clock. The exact time 01" arrival was not glv- i4 en. Lieutenant Pearson left Reno this morning. Pearson landed south of this f ,4 City at firs! anl it was thought 4 here that he mistook another If eld' 4 4 lor ihe landing station. He 4 4 moved over to Buena Vista field 4 4 later The machine was not dam- 4- 4- aged. P waa said 4- RENO, . , net. 16; Mujor 4- Harrj Smith and Leutenani ai- 4 len. observer, eastbound, were rorced to land in a field six miles 4 east of FernlN. New, this morning 4-4- and their (c Max Hand machine jS 4- a total wreck. The men escaped 4-4- injury Fernly Is forty miles eas( 4. 4- of Ri qo . 4- 4- SALT LAKE IT. L tah, Oct. 4-; 4- 16 AH westbound aviators in the 4 ' race who were in this section last 4- night have of 1 Salduro, the con- 4-1 4- trol 100 Jink-, west of here, ac- 4- cording lo latest advices from 4-' 4- there The last machine to leave Salduro waa number 45, Lieuten- ant T Haynes, at 10:32 a m 4 00 Si Real Estate Transfers R II Douglas and wife to Sperr Flour "inpan: . lot M, bloc k ;,, Kin add it ion. $120u j Nancy Stewart to M. P. Brown, part I of northeast quarter se(iion 2:!. town 'ship o noith. ranee 2 wesl $4100. lola v Young io ii Farrel ., od others, lots l and 2, block 2, Nevada addition. $!)O00 CHILDREN I DANGER OF MESS : Dill j i Editor Standard I am writing to make a plea ior the lives of the chil i dren of i teden I live on lb.- corner of Twent) fifth Street and Jefferson avenue. Then an three great schools oear here iii .Madison, the Central Junior hlch. and, the Weber college Hundreds ot youi J people and children in going to and coming irom school are compelled i crosa i he street at thi . point at noun, especially flo swarms of children pour out of the park at this rotnr Man treea and shrubber obstruct the View. A multitude of automobiles . running in Twenty -fifth street rp. (Jefferson especially at the noon hour land many of lhe.se cars run at ih r:u.- oi twenty-five miles an hour. 1 Man;, never slov up e en when man; children are irosslng the ,n,, Should n child stumble or slip j, j would mean death or possibly a enp ple for Ufe. In the name of fathers, mothers and ! children 1 enter my protest against such reckless driving There should be notices at least a I block away such as "slow up " B) the way. while i am on this aub jcrt. I desire to say that I have lived; In man) cities In America but have' ;netr been In a city where drlveia of . ITS arere more reckless than In the city ot Ogden. I do not say all. butl manj I have seen men drive down Twentj fifth street almost io Wash-P . . j 7,m.r f$60,000 FURS FURS $60,000 i m For One Day Only W j ! Friday Oct. 17 Friday II NThe Wm. Jackmans' Sons, of Cleveland and New York City, will put on sale in our Ifl It Suit Department for one day only-tomorrow-$60,000 worth of high grade Furs, including I I Coats, Coatees. Scarfs, Capes, et" SB L mm This is an opportunity that comes but once a year for buying Furs direct from the kA Ml manufacturer at far below the market price. IBJJ A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY OF THESE WONDERFUL FURS. fj Fur Coats Xmas Is Coming M ' y! This season promise to be the biggest Right now tomorrow, will afford a hfi 4 a Fur Coat season ever known. The Jack- vonderful opportunity for the purchase ! II man line is noted for the extensive show- m. v,o r t ma KSi c r- . r . tnat Amas present. Come make Ifl II ,nS Coats. Coatees, etc. r I R Don't miss this sale if you anticipate the Vour selection, and on a deposit we will purchase of a Coat. Come in let us bold any of these splendid Furs until you save you a hundred dollars choose to take them out 1 "Where the Women Trade" llngton avenue at the rale of thirty miles an hour Many times I have i seen cars racing through Bfadison ! avenue. If we have an ordinan- t ;Osden covering many things conccrn- um w.im- g-?rvcspr 4iw i uuuj ing auto driving, they are most shame fully violated not only in regard io speed but In many other ways. If we have no strict ordinances, it Is high time we had them. If drivers I TASI 4i cap : hi re no n -aid in. burnan hi. . ii:- .dt ti) Should Ii' '..i-.-h )iiin.-h.-, fni ),,,, lgijj reckless disregard of othi ? (Signed) RAY PALMER, I iiaiiu.i4jyUVJ jt,4WMWW, J ;2o nos. H. mce presents s s& rffflll. flF" Nfc S . M B Sf JUraa I (ammwntQictuw lihevl ENID BENNETT, as the irgltcted viie. ifgg " fights the devil whi fire in "Stepping Out" ' Mt and makes hubhr wish he had never left hiz ''&SS't S, m il Does Your Wife Step-Out? Ci li She Does. Watch Her I ere She May Be Teaching You a Lesson ' S DON'T FAIL TO SEE - Enid Bennett SHE STEPS IN Jj "Stepping Ouf g It Comes Tomorrow and Saturday No Advance in Prices '48 Jj A im ilii lhambrA B II UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE J , .4' a ; f . j Vi