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V WESTERN LABOR WORLD, TUESDAY OCTOBER 28, 1919.
f llti GENUINE . "! VELOURS $6.00 Never Before and Probably Neve r Again at This Price, 2; I SELL THE BIG ONES. If Not You Why Not? NORMAN SlM5 lj: "!jjb! : V TAILOR MADE NT !! ORPHEUM TOMORROW ' jUjl N'n better evidence could be desired i III $ of ,he succcss 01 A Tafler-Biade ill ull 1 an-" ,,,c ncw American com dy by lnr ,ate Harry James Smith, 'nan the il ftllilH Jact lhat it rounded oul a -olid year's I IH un at ,hr' ( onan a:,a" Hr.rriF theater. I' ! i ' ' ,v 1orl:- wn' r'' '' v'":' (if,c'ar0(l Uj D'' ; the funniest play of its kind that 'ho I I ' : i, I metropolis had seen in more tha 1 a i 1 1 l 1 decade. Cohnn and Harris nrnounce 1 '1H local tH)klnK of the play al the Or- pheum theater tomorrow night. Ad- vertisement. Ml L' - - r Mto HORLI CK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Avoid Iccitatiooa &. lubttilutM hk .. I'f'! INSURANCE Any Kind Any Amount Rates quoted upon application Automobile Insurance a Specialty k ROBT. G. AGEE Basement Broom Hotel Phone 69. lii - - RUSSIAN SUGAR BEET SEED PROVES TO BE ; MANGEL WURZEL Five per cent of the hee; seed pur chased by farmers of I'tah and other States last spring trom Russian dis tricts proved to be of the variety l:issed as mancer wurzel. which carry the name of common beet These beets, according to officials ot the Amalgamated Sugar company, are valueless, except for feeding Cattle, and in purchasing the beets from the farmers at ?10 per ton the company Is compelled to sell them back at $5 per ton which is a severe loss. The bcot seed was Imported from Russia and it is though! that the Rus sians endeavored to rover themselves with glory by saving the best beets and mixing Ihe quality with the com mon beets. While the beets are large in size, they carry only about three per cent sugar. In the future every precaution will ho taken to guard against similar ventures and the Amalgamated Sugar company will 1 creel a hot house here where samples i will be taken and where the arious 'seeds can readily be determined. APPLY POSLAM i END DISTRESS I OF ITCHY SKIN Just call on Poslam id brum you I the comfort your suffering skin j craves. Let it help you to he free from eruptions and all disorders which Imark your skin as needine antiseptic, healing treatment. I'nless you have actually seen Pos lam's work and know how readily it lakes hold. stopping the irehing at once, you will hardly believe Us effects I possible in so short a time In Eczema, Poslam's action appears all Ihe more remarkable when the trouble is persistently BtUbhoU and noihinc els- seems to bring lasting relief. Poslam is harmless always Sold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency Laboratories. C IO J West 47th St.. New York City. Ad vert LsemenL uu SOTO THEFT BUREAU ffiT 1 TRAIL OF A CULPRIT ! K. W. Cole, special agent tor the Auto Thief Bureau of San Fnnesico, arrived in Ogden yt sterday on the 'rail of R. Michael McDonouph who is alleged to have deirauoed a San Fran Cisco auto dealer out of a $4000 car. He sought the aid of the local police! and sheriff departments in locating the thief. McDonouch passed a worthies check for the machlse and w as h- ad ed east when last heard of. A1 Win nemucea he passed u worthless check for $85 The fugitive is supposed to! be somewhere in Ogden oo Read the Classified -ds jitf FIRM ERECTING ! THIRTY-FIRST . ' Articles of ineorporat on of the Kleckhefei Bos company of Utah were filed with the county clerk ycstcrda.v The new firm is erecting a factory at the site of the old Bamberger ear bants on Thirty-first street and ?5n I coin a enue The capitalization of the company la placed at 160.000 with 500 hundred shares at $w) par value fully sub scribed. The incorporators are nil men .from the stale of Wisconsin with the exception of W. J. Schwertfeger of Ogden. The manufacture of boxes will be started immediately following the com pel ion of the building. Paper products 'will also be manufactured. I W 1-yeckhefer is president of '.he company, E I. Walker, vice presi dent and assistant secretary Rae P. Bell. , secretary-treasurer : W- J. Schwertfeger director, and H. v. Kieekhefer director. - nn . Hearst Refuses j To Meet Governor Smith in Debate NEW YORKr-OCl J7 William Ran dolph Hearst, publisher, who was re cently challenged to public debate by Gov. Smith in the course of a political , speech replying to attacks made on him by the publisher, made it known itonicht that he had 'no intention of inieeiing Governor Smith publicly or I privately, politically or socially." This stalement was contained in a letter which Mr Hearst made public and which was addressed to Jefferson T lament Thompson, president of the Broadway association, who, last nicht, telegraphed Gbi Smith and Mr. Hearst announcing that a committee of Inn citizens had encaced Carnegie1 Hall for next Wednesday nicht and inquiring if the two principals were : "ready" for the debate. The governor promptly accepted. oo WHEN RHEUMATIC PAINS HIT HARD '-Isvc Sloan's Liniment ready for those cudden rheumatic twinges. DON'T let thai rheumatic ;.ain or ache find you without Sloans Liniment again. Keep handy in the medicine cabinet for immediate! action when needed. If you are ou of' it now, get another bottle tonay. so you won't suffer any longer than nec essary when a pain or ache attacks j you. Apply it without rubbing for It 1 penetrates giving prompt relief of j sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, lamem-ss. soreness, sprains, strains. bru!,es. Be i prepared keep it handy. All druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. ! NEXT SATURDAY ONLY I 1 1 Mrginia rearson l impossible Qtheiine 1 1 TWO MONTHS GAINS 29 POUNDS Walter Krel Tells of Bis Change Brought About By Tanlac. "1 believe in giving everything Its due and I want to say right now that I ijust cant praise Tanlac too highly foi I what it has done for me." said Wa ter Krel while discussing the medicine. 'recently Mr. Krel has chat".- of one j of Ihe departments of the Qoldwyn Mo tion Picture studios in ''uhci i Ity, land lives at Palms, Los ncebs, Cal. Mr. Krel's remarkable exp-ri nrc w iih ! Tanlac will be of interest thlOUghpUl alilornia "For more than a ear before 1 l-ied Tanlac ' he explained. "I In I an aw Ifuj time with my stomach 1 could not i at anything wlthoit blcatinir all up with gas and feeling miserable. I got so I could not eat niiythi t scarcely, and as a result I became very nervous land lost weight and strength rapidly. I I dropped dow n from tne hunored and forty-five pounds to one hundred and ; twenty-six pounds and was In such a I bad fix ihat l could hardly keep going. 1 1 was under treatment sdveral times land tried everythinc .'inyone would ell ! me about, but kept getting worse until was almost completely down tind out. "i kepi reading SO much about Tan lac thai I flnali concluded to c t a i bottle and that was ;.bou. m iucklesl "ay for 1 started to improve almost at one- 1 have used seven ho'ic now and ihe benefits I nave received -'an-: not be measured in dollars and cents. 1 1 can eat just anythinr. 1 want and en j joy It and am not the b ast bit QerVOUS. ;I have cained in weight steadily and am now weighing on ' hundred and ;i t -five pounds This gives me an ac jtual of twenty-nine pounds in a 11-tie i more than two months and cakes me ten pounds heavier than I ever was. ; i i n an endorsement for a rredkine is something new for me, out i am cer tainly very glad to do so In this case, for Tanlac is one medicine everyone 'should know about Sucl a nedirine I deserves ihe highest praise and It s a 'real pleasure for me to make this statement Tanlac is sold in Ogd; n by A R j Mclntyre Drug Co.. and druggists ev ery where. Advertisement. Farmer Shot and Every Building On Place Ablaze ( 'ENTER YILLE. Iowa. ct 27 -Fire at the home of John Lyons, hs. a wealthy farmer living alone near Piano, led to the discovery early todiy of Lyon' bod in the house, and every building on the place ablaze Lyona had been shot through the head. . OO DO AWAY WITH INDIGESTION How to Purify a Sour, Distressed Stomach in a Few Minutes Let us talk plain Englfsh; let us :all spade a spade. Your food ferments and yow stom ach isn't strong enough to dicest the food you put into it, so the food sours and forms poisonous gases, and when it does leave your stomach it has not furnished prompt nourishmcnv ot 'the blood, and has left the stomach in a filthy condition. Take Mi-o-na stomach tablets if you want to change your filthy stomach to ; healthy, clean, purified one If Mio-na falis to relieve your indi gestion, rid you ot dizziness, bilious ness and sick headache your dealer will cheerfully refund your money If vou want to make your stomach so strong that it will digest a hearty meal without distress, and you want to be without ihat drowsy, ill tired out feeling, take Mi-o-na, it should giVe vou prompt relief For sale by Culli J rung Co , and all leading druggists. Advertisement. BONILLAS NOT CANDIDATE. WASHINGTON. Oct 28. Despite stromr efforts reported as under way in Mexico City to persuade Ygnaclo Bon Mia ambassador to the United 8ta1 lo become a candidate for the presi dency to succeed "Yenustiano Carran za. the ambassador refuses lo discuss! the matter declaring that he is too busy with his duties here even to think about polities so far in advance of the election which is to be held next Aug ust. -on TEN BELOW IN BISMARCK. BISMARCK, N- D., Oct. 27 The lowest October temperature ever re corded in the 15 years of the weather1 bureau here was made Sunday morn-: ins when the thermomeier reached LO degrees below zero, the weather de-j partmenl announced today. A record Bnowfall for October also was made, six inches of snow falling Saturday md Sunday. About two inches more' : :ell today. 1919 Importation P0MPE1AN OLIVE OIL "always fresh" Packed in Air-tight, Light-proof , Cans Sold Everywhere FEDERAL TROOPS ARRIVE I Regulars to Patrol Knox- ville Pending Strike I Settlement. KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 28. The crisis in the situation brought about by the street car strike here which ,also has preripitated a threatened gen eral strike in the cit. was believed to have passed today when thrpe com panies of federal troops arrived here from Camp Oordon lo lake charge 01 the entire situation here, it is said j Today a petition is being circulated to ei the number of signatures nec essary in order to call a special elec tion on the question of Mayor E. W N als recall. Mayor Neal Is accused I Of failure to brint; about a nieetinc be jtween the sfriklnc employes and offi cials of the street railway company. 'Last nlsht passed quietly, no disorder ! being reported The street cars were sent to the barns at sundown and this morning at 7 o'clock were started out again oo IF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER BOTHER Takc Salts to flush Kid neys and neutralize irritating acids. Kidney and Bladder weakness result I from uric acid, says a noted authority. I :The kidneys filter this acid from the j blodd and pass it on to the bladder, .where it often remains to irritate and inflame, causing a burning, scalding' I sensation, or setting up an irritation jat the neck of the bladder obliging1 i you to seek relief two or three times! durinc the night The suffei r is m constant dread, the water passes sojie- times with a scalding sensation and is very profuse; again, there is difficulty I in avoiding it Bladder weakness, most folks cat' it. because they can't control urmation While it Is extremely annoying ud I . "in. timet r.. painful this - reall) one of the most simple ailments to ov-1 ercome. Get about four ounces of Jad Salts from your pharmacist and take, B tablespoonful in a glass of water be-' fore breakfast, continue this for two' or three days. This will neutralize! the acids in the urine so It no louger 1s a source of irritation to the bladler and urinary organs which then act normally again. Jad Salts Is inexpensive, harmless and Is made lrom acid of grapes and i lemon juice, combined with lltbla tnd Is used by thousands of folks who are subject to urinary disorders caused by uric acid irritation, jad Salts is splen did for kidneys and causes no bad ef fects whatever. Here you have a pleasant, effenes cent litbla-water drink, which quickly i relieves bladder trouble Advert.se-1 ment. oo PINQUW CHARM TO 1110 PICTURE "Mickey" Proves Big Attrac tion at Orpheum; Closes Tonight. Mabel Normand. the elfinih little glad girl began at the Orpheum Hun ter last nisht a two day's enrajrement in 'Mlckes " Special musical numbers added zest to the entertainmr picture program. Manager J. F. Goss is giv ing to youngsters who sing "Mlckoy" lrom the stage a box of candy. "Mickey" tells the story of the In tie high-spirited lassie from tin" rough mininc camp, w ho la cast rough-shod into the home of her h pocritical aunt in New York. She is made a slave when the aunt learns that her mine has produced little so far .but thincs slir fast and furious wtvn the aent. :ifter carting Mickey off for her home learns that the mine .of a sudden, has started to produce fabulous wealth From then on Mickey becins to do, things just as Mabel Normand can! tnakt her There Is a pretty loej thread through the film that g.ves Miss Normand plenty opportunity to1 display her piquant charm ne.d iudi-i vlduality The picture closes a two lays' en gament tonight. Ah ertisement. BODY OF STUDENT FOUND. FMRT COLLINS, Colo. Oct. 27 The body of Frank M Campbell, 21 years! old, formerly a student at the "Wash- iriL-ion State college. Pullman. Wash.: was found on a street here last night., a bullet hole through his heart Carap-i bell came to Fort Collins to attend : the Colorado Agricultural college He! is believed to have been killed by hold I ups No trace of the slayers has been' found Campbell formerly lived at j Quincy, Wash oo LIBERTY BONDS. 3'As 100.70; first 4s 95.20; second Is 93 20. first A l4s 95 20; second 4 l-4s 93.24: third 4 l-4s 95. IS; fourth 4 l-4s 90.38; Victory 3 3-4s 99. 58; Victory 4 3 -4s 99 54. j ' !:"";;' gay walls"! 1 Z I For the Nursery M Even the9 most grown of :the . grown folks are fascinated by I a Y our dainty now nursery papers. i And the children love them! j Imagine for yourself the be- 'f-n witching charm of a sunny M ' ful fairy folks or friendly i barnyard animals or gay y. babies, LIVB as they do in MG our nursery papers. !'rf )l Attractive nursery papers make the 1s7 winter days happier for the children J rion v- U U8t as our carefully selectod living I and dining room papers m.ik" Indoor H 1 Sifl'i hours Inviting to the grownups, Como II Ki&i ys In we'll be more than pleased to ahov tITwII you our complete stock of high grade. -rf-TTVW reasonably priced papers for aa -:a I WB M room In ;. our home 1 111 HL, BOYLE lEsSJw FrHNiTuRE c- M HttpBcP fi 2329 Washington Avenue ft ro-1 terms f J ij' XC, IiSltlriu -pro. (Ji ' -A all 1 . I "it an ' v j I'Vifiia 'WASHINGTON' The family of innt j v: " '"" Marshall came into m r... v. p.-:.tiii:i..-tn w.t.h the serloui 1 , JNE S! M IKS'', 1 apart r f-'-?'-i lllnes9 of tne president. Tbl3 H (aJ I . the latest picture of the trio oa CHEST COLDS, CflUGHS ANfl p SORE THROAT 00 OVER 0 pi Begy's Mustarine is Better than Liniment jJc Plasters, Poultices or Hot Water Bottles. Does the Work in Half the Time. J; . llntf ii ( Remember the terrible Influenza Kp Ideruic last year. 1 The demand for Begy's Mustarine was so enormous, that stocks in retail stores and wholesale warehouses dis appeared with araa.ii speed. Get a box now -cr two boxes, you j can't tell what v 111 n.ippen. But just as ; n as your throat gets I rore or you feci that tightening in 'he Chest. Rub on Begy's MtiBtarine. for noth ing on thK earth will subdue inflani mation. and pi event congestion, quick er than this great and first Improve ment os the old fashioned Mustard plaster. It's the quickest pain killer known, so be .sure when you even suspect I plesurisy. bronchitis or tonsiiltls, to use it reel It won't blister not even, the tender-! est skin it can not blister. But It's hot stuff, and contains niTe concentrated non-blistering hn.i, than any other counter-irritant in existence, j That's why it goes right after pains and aches, soreness and swellings, no, I matter where located and ends al Phoa miserv and distress so QuKKV fJ.VtTr -.offerers are Joyfully astonls 01 th Use Begy s Mustarine Hi,, yellow box. to ease the pam man, in rind gOUt Jatc-r nt Just rub it on for .ame inu-c lope j feet, stiff neck, cramps in - 1 Mtm, u and strains . J will Get out the box promptly wjj jgj 4o have neuralgia neurlti-". (( , H backache, headache, eancw, , ache, or any ache anywb J- J Be sure Its Begv's ! 4 ma le of real yellow uiustarJ uovj " Pain-destroying m,; l4l gists announce return Qt t,e " doi'sn't do as aderti,u , p!tfcf iS equals 50 blistering Mus,iH y S. C. 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