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2 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. I HURSDAY, OCTOBER, lb. 1919.
1 J I The Cost of Upkeep A run-down business is like a dilapidated house, the cost of putting either one back on its feet is often greater than it would be to start all over again. To let the telephone run down, in quality of service or in mechanical equipment, would mean far more than a loss to the telephone company, it would mean a loss in business to every user of the telephone. It has always been the policy of the Bell Telephone Company to keep its property in such repair that its subscribers receive the greatest possible benefit. But to keep things "ship shape" requires money, more money today than ever before. Materials cost more and wages have increased in an attempt to keep pace with the increased cost of living. The Bell Telephone Company is working hard to make ends meet, to keep its property in proper oper ating condition and to pay wages which will secure the most intelligent and loyal service for the tele phone user. YOUR loyalty to the telephone will make it easier for us to serve you. The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company I, Hines Says Roads 1 Must Go Back to Private Ownership INDIANAPOLIS, Ocl 15 Unless legislation looking to the return of, railroads to private ownership takes I definite shape during December, iho country Will be disastrously hanrli rapped next rear In having its busi ness moved, according lo Walker D. Hines, director general Mr Hines spoke tonight at a dinner of the Na tional Association of Railway ,md Utilities Commissioners, in conven tion here Mr. HlneB called attention to :he urgent need for additional facilities for handling the Increasing amount of railroad business and said, in view of the announcement by the president that ho intended to hand the roads back to their owners December 31, early action by congre3s is vitally im- I j BROWN YOUR I 1 HAIR WITH I "BROWNATONE" ! 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Get the genuine ! Special Free Trial Offer. Send only 11c with this coupon fori Free trial package and helpful booklet en the care of the hair. Mnll This Coupon Now 1 The Kenton Pharmaca! Co 483 Coppln. Iildg . Covington K Enclosed find 11 cents (to cover postage, parking and war tax) for Trial Package of Browntone. - Light to -tedium Brown or Dark Brown to Block. Mark with X ihsCS wanted and ! mall with sour full name Hnd (d dienn Vrt III -portant in order that the private own ers may see where they stand and b on in time to plan for fiddition;:l facilities for moving their business. Turning to tho operating costs of the railroads under government con trol, Mr Hlnes declared that it has been the custom of critics of the ad ministration to dwell upon the extreme cases of increases in pay of railroad employes as one of the causey of in creased cost of operation. In a matter of this sort," he said, "we must look at the general situa tion and not ihe extreme cases. The i general situation is that the average, increases in rates of pay which have j been made for railroad employes throughout the United States has been about 50 per cent over the rates of ! pay which were in effect In Deeem 1 ber. 1817 I have yet to learn of any 1 Important industry which has shown a more conservative average of in crease in pay in the same time." , Among other items vhicli the di rector general cited in connection with! I operation costs, was a saving of rif-j tr-fn to twenty million dollars annually I through improved methods of hand ling locomotives in round houses and' at terminals, and a saving of from I twenty to thirty million dollars In con- Sen at ion of locomotive fuel. Mr Hines declared that he believed "Iho present habit to condemn labor unsparingly" was unjust and that ho believed the extreme positions taken by labor have been reactions from un 1 Just and extreme positions taken by employers in the past. oo Licensed Vice And Opium Trade Now in Korea PRINCETON, N. J. Oct. 15 Charges that Japan hai Introduced licensed vlc and the opium traffic into Korea and has sought to prevent Korea from puo llshlns1 the facts throughout the world, were mode by Dr Synpinan Rhee. presi dent of the "reunblk of Korea." in an address tonight before Princeton uni versity students. It was tho first of a series of addresses which Dr. Rhee will deliver on a tour of several large cities. "Our cause, the cause of Korea." said Dr Rhee. 'awaits the international pub licity that will advise the world of Korea's .situation. We have faith In the people of the world. In the people of the t'nlted States and in the international Justice. It la. theroforo. our purpose and our message to advise the world of tho-e facts. "Japan has sought to prevent our pub lishing the facta to the world." he added he suppressed all the newspapers, cen sored all the mail, seized telephone and telcgraoh lines ohtained control of the cables and does not allow the Koreans to leave the country, fearing that th-v might tell the facts. Nevertheless, tho facta have leaked out here and (there, and Ihe world is beginning to reall-.c and lo know that an awful crime hav : been committed.' j Asserting that the Japanese governot general is supreme In Korea. belhg) only j responsible tu the emperor of Japan, the Korean representative declared that th( rule of the governor general "Is. there fore, like the government of Japan, mili taristic to the core." "Aside for the material and polltieil evils of Japanese rule In Korea," h. seited, "the moral and religious aspect is simply abhorrent io the Korean oco 1 pie. Licensed vice and opium irafiu ire 1 I introduced In Korea and are fostered and encouraged by the Imperial governmctr of Japan. Thousands of acres of popplo are planted and the products can be sol-J only to thp government All the prod ucts from this Illicit traffic and licensed vice go Into the coffers of the Mikado, while the government expenses are paid by the direct taxes "Japan has no rlghl to govern Korea In any manner, good or bad We hav the right to govern ourselves. It Is our countr. Japan has overreached her self. Her greed and her .selfishness and her total lack of moral sense is agMn her undoing " 00 Only One ''BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, oil for fuil nmo LAWTIVE BROMO Ql'ININE Tab lets. Look for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day S0 oo Ciemenceau Is Winner in a Bitter Fight With Deouties PARIS. Oct. 15 (By The Associat ed Press ) The f 'lemenceau minisu ; was sustained in the chamber of dep uties this afternoon by a vote of 321 to i J j . The premier thus victorious ly emerged from the bitterest and best organized assault which the mini-': had ever faced. The chamber adopted the cabinet's policy on the chronologi cal order of the elections, placing the legislative elections first, on Novem ber 16. and the senatorial and muni cipal kctions in that order. For the fir.-t time Aristlde Briand, I the former premier, came out open ly in leading the opposition forces, bur I Ciemenceau! majority was the larc- est he had ever received when the question of confidence was presented. Preparations had been going on for months for thi.s tesi Of strength, the (opposition awaiting the ratification of the peace treaty to make a defenito onslaught on the ministry Premier Ciemenceau had a bitter 'oratorical duel with M Briand The re sult of the vote makes it positive thu' Clemehceau's platform will go before I the people, his opponent's avowed In tention of forcing a postponement of j the mandate of the chamber having ! failed SLOW DEATH t Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi culty in urinating, often mean eerious disorders. Tho world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles j GOLD MEDAL bring quick rolief end often waid off deadly diseases. Known ts th nations! tomtdj of Holland for moro than 20J I year. All dfupgisto, io thr sixas. Lok for tha Cold Madal aa vary txx and Kcapt no imitatioa EPISCOPAL!) TO I TAKE DEFINITE I STANDONEEAGIIE DETROIT. Oct 15. Determined that tho triennial general convention of !ihe Protestanl Episcopal church sh?n 'like .i definite stand on the league of nations issue, southern delegations are marshalling their forces ngnin-t the resolution adopted by the nous of bishops that the United States en ter into "a covenant of nations." Dr. Cr. Gordon Smeade of Jackson, I Miss, characterizing the resolution. I which was lathered h Bishop Chaun- !,-... r n- Im f nMiiiAaMi .... Li" L. iiirnnni ui uiiuiaiiiui, ar , spineless, colorless and meaningless,'' declared todny that he will wage i fight to prevent its adoption in the house of deputies. Vith him are aligned the southern delegations, al most solid, he stated. Dr Smeade ha before ihe house of deputies a resolu tion endorsing ihe league oi nations covenant in its present form. Ostensibly to prevent delay In legis late action of the house of delegates because of the heavy program yet un touched, a proposal thai there be no debate on the league of nations was made and approved today, 307 to 118 I'n-.seniat Ion of further resolutions, however, Will bo perniilted. Dr. Smeade declared this action "es tablishes a dangerous precedeni in muzzling freedom of speech, " and said the league Issue is above politics, "the greatest issue before the world today, the greatest document that ever eman ated from the mind of man ' The board of missions today asked the convention to authorize a campaign among the church membership tOT 'pledges to finance the church work extension program, io cost an unde termined amount that probably will reach $100,000,000 The program interprets the work of tho church in this country in relation to five major groups of people, ihe Indians, negroes, isolated mountain eers of the Appalachians, people of I the rural districts and foreicn born jnnd their children "Church member" is to be defined, f a proposal to consider as members all persons baptized In the church, made 'in the house of deputies today, ij adopted. It is stated this would in crease the record membership of the church perhaps from 25 to ". p t rent. I The house of bishops adopted a reso lution to close the convention on Oc tober 24. Suffragan bishops elected by dio iceses will hereafter be given a vote I as well as a seat in the house of bishops Provision was made by the I house of bishops for shorter Old TeS ! lament lessons and action of the house Of deputies providing that three tables ,of scriptur.il lessons he placed on trial with the next convention v."us con curred in. These are steps toward a 'settled lectlonary. oo KA0 STUFFED FROM j SATARRti OR A COLD I I i f Says Cream Applied in Nostrils S 3 Opens Air Passages' Right Up. J Z-'s-::iM-i- Instant relief no waiting1. Vour rlocc"d ROBtrllS Open right up; the air passages of your head clr;:r and you can breathe freely No more hawking, snuffling blowing, headache cliynes No sirugRlinc for breath al night; your cold or catarrh disappear.-?. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, aniisentic, healing cream in your nostrils It nr-n-etrates through every air passage of the head, soothes lh- Inflamed c.r swol ing mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. It's just fine. Don't slay stuffed-tip with a cold or nasty catarrh,' Adver tisement. ' NEW FLOW OF LAVA HILO. T. H.. OcL 15. A new lovv of lava from Mauna Loa already has i wiped out one ranch and damaged an j other. Cowboys are patrolling the wide but slow flow of the stream to I warn dwellers in the lower jistnets at the base or the volcano if the tava approaches them Repor's were re ceived yesterday that Ihe mo ement of lava into the ocean had stopped. iBISURATEB MAG IVES IA For Dyspepsia, Indigestion Heartburn. Belching, Soui Acid Stomach, Gas in Stomach etc . take a 'teaspoonful of Blsurated Magnesia in ja half spoonful of Blsurated Magneshi in a half glass of hot vva.er after cat ing. Is safe, pleasant and harmless to us.' and gives almost ins ant rf.Het It neutralises stomach acidity and sweet ens the food contents so that digestion is eas .ind painless Sold by d-iiL- . j everywhere. Advertisement I - CM Major Barthold Sixth to Reach Atlantic Coast MINEOLA. X. Y.. Oct. 15 Majo- J. C. P. Dartholf. sixth of tbe San Fran cisco starters to reach the Alia .tie coast, landed at Roosevelt field this (afternoon al 5:28:03. after being held at Binghamton for more than 24 hours i by inclement weather. ' Captain Spatz and Captain Smith pui I off In the afternoon on the return Jdtir- ney to. San Francisco Captain Smith lis reported to have reached Buffalo tonight at 6:33:20. Lieutenants Kiel and Worthlnston both expect to get away tomorrow on j the return trip, it was said. A new I motor beinR installed in Lieiltei ml Worthington'S machine but he expects I to hurry ihings along and get away to j morrow. vsy i The mallard dUCh is the original 1 from which most domestic ducks are rlMgaiuied. LIVESTOCK SNOW TO MO CHILDREN'S PRIZES Officials of the Ogden livestock ! Hhow have announced thai special prizes willi be awarded children who are Interested in stork raising. The. prlSM will be awarded for the best sow and litter, besi fat hog over r.lx months old, best fat hoe over one year, best dairy calf, best baby beef and best hum" lamb. The first award in each case will be a cash prize oT $10 with other awards of $7 50. $5.00 and V- "i" A complete record of each' animal, however, must be shown. The j best record holder will be awarded n large lovinc cup oo I Office Buildings Change Hands In Salt Lake SALT LAKE. Oct. If, Purchase or tho Godbe-Pltts property, at the southeastern corner of First South and Main streets, by the Utah Home Firo Insurance company and the Beneficial Life Insurance company for $550, 0n0. enounced yesterday, Is one of ihe largest real estate transfers ever re corded in Salt Lake. The deal was made through Heber i J. Grant & Co. and involves the build Inge occupied by the Owl Drug Co , the t niid cigars Co., the Barker bakery, Ray & Harvey's restauranl, and sev eral other firms. The property was sold by the Clayton Investment Co. which has owned it since ( olonel N. W Clayton bought 'he corner several years ago from the Julia Kimball es tate. The transfer Includes 100 feet front ape on .Main street, and 157 feet front - age on First South street, which takes In the Kenneth Culmer block The intention of the new owners, ar cording to the announcement, Is to' erect a large office building, In which' j both of the insurance companies and Heber J Crant & Co. will be estab-J llshed. Some of the leases of ho j present tenants will run for a year or,' more, and until these lapse no bulldinu I plans can be carried out, it is said. CUT THIS OUT IT'S WORTH MONEY DON'T Miss THIS Cut out this! Slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Polej & Co., 2S35 Sheffied Ave. Chi-1 cago, HI. writing youi name nnd ad-1 Iress clearlv. "Sou will receive in re turn a trial package containing Foley's I Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills for pain in sides and back; rheuma tism, backache, kidney and bladder all-J mehts; and Foley Cathart-c Table's, a! wholesome and thorough cleansing ca thartic for constipation, biliousness, headache, and sluggish bowels. A. R. Mi Intyre Drug Co. Advertisement. rr UU Free Speech Fight I I Will Go to Court. PITTSBURG, tcr 15.-The fisht for free speech and free assemblage which the steel strikers claim has I been denied them in the Pittsburg lis trlct will probably be carried to the .courts, according to an announcement 'made today at the national headqu: l -Iters of the unions involved in the j strike W B Rubin, counsel for the strik ers' national committee, today noti fied Mayor E V Babcock of Pitis iburg; Sheriff William Haddock, oi l legheny county, and all ihe burcesses in the steel towns In this vicinity that the union organizers will make a test case of the alleged rulings of the pub lic officials in denying the strikers the right to hold meetings. Companies Claim Improvement. Continued improvement in condi tions from the employers' viewpoint 'was claimed today by Bteel companies in the Pittsburg district. There wero no important changes announced. Strike headquarters had nothing ro glre out on the general situation. Wil liam 7. Foster, secretary of the na tional strikers committee, said he had no reports and added that " no news is good news " oo Nun Murdered j I And Body Buried Under a Church LELAND, Mich., Oct. 15 Fur. her t( itimony that Sister Mary John, a Feliclan nun, who mysteriously d's.ip peared from ihe convent al Isad;re, Mil h where she was a teacher in 1S07, 1 was killed by an unnamed woman ind i 'that the body was buried under Holy Rosary church at Isaaofe, was given today at the trial of Mrs Stahlslawa Lypchinnki on a charge of murdennc j the nun The witnesses were Rev ASPIRIN FOR COLDS Name "Bayer" is on Genuine Aspirin say Bayer drs Ik Insist on "Bayer tablets of .-.spL-in i j in a "Bayer package,' containing prop cr direction -. tor Coids. Pain. Head aclo-. Neuralgia. Lumbago, am' Rheu j I matism Name "Bayer" means genu ' line Aspirin prescribed by physicians I j lor nineteen years. Handy ti. boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents Aspirin H ide mark of Bayer Manufacture of I .Monoaceticacidester of Sallc?licaClo. j Advertisement. 1 -Advertisement. Who's the Profiteer? J "Not I." says the packer. ' j "Not I," says the manufac- I turer. "Not I," says the j middleman. "Not I," says the retailer. "Surely not I," says the consumer with the flat pocketbook. "And posi tively not the farmer!" thunders Tffe COUNTRY GENTLEMAN True enough, the farmer has profited by war prices. But to what extent? Well, he has been able to paint his J: house so it looks as well as the grocer's in town. He has bsen able to buy itcer.andTHECOUNTRY en automobile as Kr,od as GENTLEMAN will fight i the r.l amber's. His fam- to prove his nght to a I lly baa been able t o wear fair profit for his labor I clothes as good as the and his products. R '.'her church folk.. A year's subscription to In olher words, the farm- THE COUNTRY GEN er for the first time has TLEMAN(52 issues)isthe had a fair living wage for biggest dollar's buy oo his iabor, with a little re- the market Get your turn on the capital he money's worth n hun has invested in his farm dred times over by let and its equipment. t;ng me order it for you The farmer is not a prof- today. Remember ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IS ALL IT COSTS 1 E. Y. WALDRON Ogden, Utah. Phone No 2911 2757 Washington Avenue "Hit Conotry Gentleman Tbe Ladies' Home Journal The Saturday Eremnf Poit 52 unti-il 00 12 iia SI 75 52 uiars-2 00 w - Father Joseph a Lempke, father oon feBBOr, and Sister Antonina, sister sii I per lor of the Feliclan convent, Do Itrolt. Father Lempke testified 'hat he was Informed iD 191S by Bishop Edward KosloWSkl Of Milwaukee. who died i shonly afterward, ih.n the nun had been killed and buried under the church. Last year, when a new church was about to be erected at Isadre, i ihe witness said, he Rave ihe Informa tion to the parish priest there th'nk 'ing he might wish to reinter the body i in a cemetery before excavation w as i bequn for the new building. Father Edward Podlassewski, the Isadore pas tor, then ordered the body disinterred and the investigation that followed re RUlted in the arrets of Mrs. Lypchin skl. Sitor Mary Antonina corroborated Father Lempke s testimony. The Biory came to her. she stated, from Mo'her MTra; Mary Veronica, mother provincial, of .Milwaukee, who quoted Bishop Koz- I ;lokski as saying Sister Mary John aj "did not forsake her vov at Isaiore but was killed by a woman nn'l buncd 1 ;under Holy Rosary church ihere." I HUGO HAASE VERY WEAK. BERLIN, Oct. 15. Deputy Hugo Haase, leader of the independent So- j cialists who was shot recently as he 1 was about to enter the national a88m- bly Is much worse tonight. He Is de- 1 lirious and too weak to undergo the operaiion which is deemed necessary. oo WAS FRIEND OF HILL. TARRYTOWN, N. V. Oct. 15 Col. I James McN'aught, Seattle lav-vrr, and frienil of 'he late James J Hill. A dropped dead todav at the railroad sta- J tlon here while waiting for a train. He j had been visiting his daughter, Mrs. j Ernest E. Ling He wa 78 v ears old. Tobacco Hardens the Arteries, I Overtaxes the Heart 1 and Shortens life Says Dr. Connor, Who Suggests a Simple Test to Find If it Is Hurting You. Can You Stand It? ! New York. Dr Connor, formerly pi Johns Hopkins hospital laya Hundreds of thousands of men who smok and hew nnd who hwllev (hemsflvf'S healthy a rf sufferinic from progressive organic ailmi-nts. Thev would ni-vr h-o b jell afflicted had It not been for tho uso of tf.baroo. nnd most of thorn would soon pet well if they would only stop the u.;e of tobnoro. The best know n habit formincr prin cipal of tobacco is nicotine, but the most deadl) nnd demoralizing Is furfural, : Both nr- deadl) poison which, when ib I sorbed by the system slowly, but surely, I affects the nerves, membranes, tissues, j vital orpans and vitality of the hodv. ' The harmful effect of tobacco varies ind depends on circumstances and tho ; individual. In some its causes general i debility, others catarrh of the throat, iti . i i u. . . lion eonstlpatlon, extreme m i . I ness. sieepies9nes. loss of memorj men I tnl confusion, etc . In others It cum I heart disease, bronchial troubles, hard I cnillS of th arteries palpitation ol the I heart. tubereulo?l9. blindness cancer nd the common affliction known ns tolxicro heart. If you use tobacco in anv form von easily detect Us harmful effects by mak ing the following simple tests Read riieud a full pace from a hook if your, vole, becomes muffled, hoarse and In distinct nnd you must frequent l clear yOUl throat he chances nre that vour thrn-it j affected In- catarrh and It itimv j he the bctnnlni; of very serious catarrh .i i trouble. Next, in the morning, before taking vour usual smoke, walk up three flights of Stairs at a tcpular pace, then j stop. If you find that you are out of ,li breath. If your heart heat Is forced, fl trembling or Irregular, you may be the victim of r functionnl or orpanie hejrt 1 trouble If you fool that you must tTOOki 1 'i hew to quiet your nerves, you are .1 1 slave to the tobacco halnl and are slo!r 1 r-oisoninp om.eli with the lniJIO'.u j deadly drugs, nicotine mri rnrfum1 i" 1 either cjis,-, oh have just tv.o aliomM- tlves keep on with vour solf-polsonlnj i I proee9s resardl. -s of the d.inKirs. sn'j I suffer the consequences, or rid ourscu m of the hal.it ind . scape the dansTF 1 You can overcome the. cravine: nnn stop m the tobaeco habit in a very short tmi- b usinv the following Inexpensive f"!'1" 1 la Oo to anv drup store and ;K tor Mcotol. Take one tablet after each niu M and In a compai .1 tiv-l short tum V W will have no desire for tobacco Ihe enjT Inp will have left vou. With the lc0U" 1 poisonlnp out of our system j our gt-ncr"1 m health will qulcitlv Improve. . Note When asked l ' .'" . , H I of oui loadinp druggists said c t truly a wond.-rful r m. d f'"-i" lh,. , - nv ' habit Jt is Way ahead of an t"""' 1 by the manufacturers to refno 1 m monev to everv dissatisfied custom rr j w would not pen.. m th- u.f u"1rn".uii I unl th emi d: poi . ,2St ICEf- nn Iron-clad money-back cu'n' i0i M all up-to-date drupKiftd. mcluu ni, 1 Mclnti 1 m : - . 1 -.W" "v 11 j SPECIAL SALE OF USED CARS FORD 5 passenger car. ii PAIGE 7 -passenger car. j OAKLAND 5 passenger car. I BUICK C, 25. STUDEBAKER 1918 series. 1919 NASH nearly new. I FORD 1 -ton truck, j! REO 1 ton truck. STUDEBAKER Half-ton truck. If you are looking for bargains in used cars, see us. ( j are making a Fall clean-up. KNOWLDEN AUTO CO. . 2331 HUDSON AVE. PHONE 521. J