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gfjji S THE OGDEN STANIJAKDi OGUEN, UTAH. I HUHSUAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1919.
II ; - i -for Health . j l stosgth and Stamsna, f jl Germca is power food because it contains the perm, the very 1 life, of the wheat 'Wholesome and delicious! And always econorn- J ical in the health and strength and stamina it yields, I "A o : W i I Jl 1 Completion of 1 1 1 ? Surveys Urged by .j j Pubizcuy Bureau g in response to petitions seeking (he eompletlon of iIip I tilted States topo graphic survey lii northern Utah, Di rector (leorc- (M - Snn.h .l u- Oil erai department i giving special al m. WmmU, im.ikJLM IU IIIC . IV, ill.T'JHIIllg mj nru . received Iiliei'.or Smith proposes I lm I Qat Utah, through leelslntion, provide 96,000 to aid in the completion of the work. The federal government, it Is stated, would zi- sn cereal amount. The Ogden Publicity bureau, through Warren VYattis, its president, recently urged thai special attention he given 1 he turveyfl of three quad rangles in which Ogden Is especially interested. Saleratus Pass, ihr- dcd-n and the Promontory Point quadrangles Kill be Included under the proposed M t plans. The preparation by the geologlt al qprvey." writes Mr. Wattis. "of exact and comprehensive topographic data relating to the area described would I Seatl tlraulate mining, Irrigation, orainage, agriculture, road construe t4n and other farms of development, and would be of Inestimable value to every one of the numerous commit I oltics located within the three quad rangles named All portions of the rur are readily accessible, numer It ij ;fl)s control points have been eptab- I I'r-hrd and The engineers rho ta!ce ih survey may depend upon the hearty cooperation r I be Ogden Publicity Bureau the Weber club and other ciniry. The ned for the work Is ; 1 ute, and the proposition is an un usually meritorious one." Senator Pc'ed Fmool supplemented Li request trom,Mr Wattle by a.-king tor its early consideration, and raid ho felt that this work would be of In estimable aluc to all the people lo cated in the area concerned In replying to Mr. Wattle, Director Sm.th suggested that the publicity bu ir-u .".. ifn us outer o, .-.inizauon? 01 individuals interested in this clas of work, get in touch with George T Mc Gonagle, ptate engineer, so as to as sure the adoption of a well co-ordinated plan for state pari iopat ion in the completion of the mapping." "You will realize," he writes "that )' is pood business policy for the geo logical survey to accept all of the co operative appropriations v.hich are made available and naturally the states which offer co-operation will in general, receive federal allotments In preference to states which do not contribute to the work." nn I buy Liberty bonds at highest prices. If you have bonds for sale see me. J. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hudson ave nue. Phone 59. i 1 oo Too many women look upon a mar 1 na?o certificate as a license io operate a boldup game I How Am I To Know ? I The experience of 1 tl ,1 Office of M J, O Dornell E 1 tne oilier woman Contractor & B J!dr I is the cheapest i vou apf -- AV0N- 1LLIN0IS I JUU BCl Charter Oak Stovo 1 Hne Co. , I St Louis. Mo . I Sirs. I ea using a Chortcr t Tft ri 0ak Cook Stovu. aanuf cctar 5 tffT- in 16S2 It as bought ty 07 Htrm'm m Uttmr.-m fathar In '53, and has bssr, in .icr mbmtm. oonstant uss evir since. It 1 It i only dm A i in perfect oondltlon. hav- thoamnJ,. int tho eaie top. back and doors; all are od. Tha top a I 0 1010 ae level as any new stove I 1 li? vr sado, so la the lining in H O r-o the tQCK' er - rc sven cr&cked, R I OQ Respectfully ,- 66 Years Service. Av., -.J QUALITY Survive: Tkim thm SereHCy-Mcwid ymr x "iliffifc T uf Ckmrttr Oak 5fa, Rang, """'''J Or 'Combination of AIL St I li S.500 Dealer in United Sutee ' If your dealer tries to talk j-ou jnto buying another kind, write to ue. CHARTER OAK STOVE & RANGE CO., St. Louis, Mo. Wm Aim MmAm Wmrm-Air Pantac n South African General Would Not Blast Hopes - of the World. JOHANNESBURG, I nion of Poufh Africa, Nov. 19. (Dy the Associated ' Press.) Lieut. General Jan Christian Smuts, British member on the league of nations commission. In "a nu-psace from South Africa to America" appeals to America "not to blast the hopes of Ihe world" throuph nonratiftcat Ion ofj the treaty covenant by the sena'" General Smuts 9ayB: "1 am told that the league is in dan ger in the American senate. I can not .sincerely believe it. But If so. may I send a message from South Africa lo ; America? 'My people are a small peopl-. my voice in their behalf is weak. But the : greatest leaders in America before now I have listened tn me. "I trust my appeal will not be re rented. I appeal to America not to blast the hope of the world." nn POTMAN ASSAILS ! REPUBLICANS FORi DEFEATING PACT I WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 The Re I publicans wt re assailed by Senator Plttman, Democrat, Nevada, who ac 1 cuped them of shaping their course on political 1 un.-i !"ia . 11 11 - an.l declared the reservations had been drawn by the Irreconcilable toes of the treaty, with the secret purpose of defeating it. Senator Plttman and Senator Pen rose, Republican, Pennsylvania, dash e.i ihiiini.' .1 discussion uf responsibil ity for the tie-up Senator Pieman charged that every resenntion in th' Lodge resolution was dictated b Re publicans desirous of "killing the treaty." "Every Democrat," Senator Penrose Interjected, "has voted on orders from the While House" "I deny that," Senator Thomas. Democrat. Loiorauo, ueciareu. "You re about tho only one who can deny it," Senator Penrose replied. Senator Fletcher, Democrat, Floiida, declared opponents of the L. n- . lution were not opposed to all reserva tions but that. takn as a whole, reser vations adopted "strike at the heart of the treaty." nn Call on J. J. Brummitt at 2417 Hudson avenue, if you want to sell your Liberty bonds. Phone 59. oo- REMEDY FOR LABOR UNREST MUST BE FOUND ST LOUIS Mo . Nov 20 As a means of allaying Industrial rest, the American Mining Congrcsa today was asked to ap a commission to investigate methods in us at plants where labor troubles suc ceisTully have been combat trd. and to proparc r. program accepUJbe to botn capital and labor no rewiuunn was presented by C O ; Rarklt of Cle eland, o, who asserted lhr were about thirty atuh plants in the United States. Hetroactive ta lovtal&tlpn was opposed by A. T Romstert ot Wailflice, Idaho, for mer member of the advisory board of th- advlsor- hoard of the revenue depart ment of the L'nitcd States treasury, who apokc on federal Income and profit taxes as applied to mines." Enormoui Tax Burden "The patriotic taxpayer accepted the enormous burden Imposed by the tax measure of 1017 without t omplulnt." said Mr Remstert. He stood for the rev enuc act of 1918 which not only Increased his annual burden, but Imposed that burden t a law enacted more thrin a year after it became effective, is it pos thnt laws which have placed Luxes on practically every business enterprise so high that they hao become the con trolling factor fovcrning future operation-., ina again be change! by enacting rel:oartle legislation? Tlie niininr: bus incss In common with other Industries must know In advance what its tax lia bility .la to be If It is to survive. Moreover, It is entitled to have Its tax liability finally fixed by competent authority within a reasonable timf "The revenue act of l'J17 was a con glomeration of Idcns. thrown togethi-r, it c2m. without regard for the ele mentary principles of taxation and so loosely as to require strong arm and arhltrary administration to make It work able at all The revenue act of 101S Is a much better law. but still presents Its problems, especially whsn applied to mines and other so-called wasting In dustries The taxes on Incomes and profits are so heavy that we all feel, as never be fore, the necessity for applying sound 1 financial methods as far as possible in i computing tax liability." 250,000 cars have J faulty brakes THERE are 250,000 automobiles g55ml mr in use in public streets and roads whose brakes are in a dangerous In each square inch of Thermoid Brake Lining condition-a quarter of a million cars he;e s f re terial than in ordinar ... . . brake lining. This additional body cives a closer which arc a positive menace to every , . . u , ... - 1 J texture wmcn is made tight ar.d compact by by- motorist and pedestrian. draulic compression under 2.000 lbs. pressure. Make sure of your car by timely inspection. In addition to this, Thcrmoid is Grapnalszed, t. , . c -,. , nn exclusive process in manufacture which en Don t wait for an emergency. Then it may be . , . ... ... 7t. . . ,,f ables lt t0 resist moisture, oil and gasoline. tooJate. It is your duty to know positively before you take your car out of the garage, that your Have your brakes inspected to-day. Rcmem- brakes v,.';l hold and stop your car instantly. bcr that every foot of Thcrmoid is backed by our guarantee: T her moid will B o" vT.n"" j l o make good or WB WILL. Why Thermoid Brake Will youv car do this ? Lining is safest and ,5;-nrr - TTmo.tl Robb7rCor3 CbW -iKt-c- c-na Factory sad Ms in Off ica: Trenton N.J. '.vears longest xa-0az Ob , . t . If your brakes need rehn- , , T i-oAngeies. s.:1 Franc. nco. cwcsmL .,, " ... London. lurin. pjrli xng, your garage man will ,jBi ' fe CmmdimnDi.uibuton, tell VOU SO. Have him in- HaflBlttli '!L!L &tZk The Cansdixn Fa.rbanjc.-Mor.e Com- s (, - pan-, uimus'j, Monucai pect them without .delay. sogJq . fttb, nc'icj i.i r-.nc,p.i; cdiis m " j Cue Thu chart hat been worlced our by lej.-lir.j; automobile rosineeri . ltahow bowqu'cLlv on automobile going t various rpecdj, tbould be able Co itop if ihc brakes are ctEne nt. XFfernioT Brake Liiiiita Hydraulic Compressed Makers of "Tliermoid-HarJy Universal Joint?," and "Thcrmoid Crolide Compound Tir;s" "aaJ ' " "yP31flleflflXJBflflflTJfllMMflflfltW M 'rH' BflflflWPi rn.'Ul"' -HT ! Jj '-U.' XLM-V.JUCyJUk CHEERING CROWDS NEW YORK. Nov. 2U From sky scrapers to churches, and from the slock exchange to the "movie?." with ihe horse show as a side line, the Trlnce of Wales was whirled todav ir a kaleidoscopic view of the varioui actlvitlei of the metropolis. Every where he went huge crowds cheered him. pivlng him a reception such a? New York rarely has ever witnessed. The prlnco seemed to enjoy every minute of his strenuous propram hut. Judging by appearances, the hit of the dft for him was the "movies." The exhibition was given at the old Academy of Music, where his grand father had been B guest sixty year? ago at the historic "Diamond Ball." Seated In the same arm chair Edward VII bad oci iipi-'d. the prince laughed with the unrrstrained enthusiasm f an unsophisticated school boy that the two comedies presented. He had asked for "something to laugh at," and he got it. It was slapstick comedy of the 8lap.st ickiest kind with the hero doused in livers, smeared with pie, bitton bv doi;s and butted by goats, and the infectious laugh of the young prince set the whole great audience rocking. Presenl at tho theatre were fifteen survivors of Hie "Diamond Ball" and they were presented 10 the grandson Ul Ul1 JJIIill : iturj liru inn iU IIUUUI in their youth. At Madison Square Garden the prince was the guest at the horse show of ( 'ommandtT Eva Booth of the Saha tion Army. The show being a benefit performance for the Salvation Army. The royal party passed to its box through double lines of Salvation lassies who were no whit behind the more worldly spectators in the warmth of their greeting to the boyish prince On his return to the Waldorf hotel the prince stole a march on the crowds and the small army of news paper reporters who had formed his unofficial bodyguard. Slipping out j from a side entrance he went ror a stroll on Fifth aWnue, unattended ex i cept by secret service men. He passed virtually unrecognizi.-d through the tremendous tide of traffic Tonight the prince was the guest of honor at a banquet given by the various British societies of New York. Later in the evening he attended a ball given by Mrs. Whltelaw Held. The world's hope of peace and pro gress has been, and will be, effectual ly promoted by the co-operation of the British empire and tho United I States, according to former President William Howard Taft, speaking at the dinner tonight. "The time will come," he said, "wtien the people of the British em ivn and the United States will be j found marching in the cause and triumph of world peace shoulder to j shoulder, as they did in this War, keep in g step to the air which they have in I common, 'God Save the King,' and j 'America.' When Great Britain and the I United States stand together for right eousness, the world will find it hard , to co wrong." The prince provoked much laughter w hen he said . "1 thank you all for the kind way imfTii i i ii mi i i i .luniia you drank ray health." The diners sang " For He's a Jolly Good Fellow." when he finished speaking. The prince asserted that in coming from Canada to the United States he felt he was well in touch with th great objects of the Sulgrave institu ! tion and the English-speaking union, "which are. I understand, to keep Eng lish speaking people working in har tuany throughout the world." "I console myself with the intention of paying another visit to the United States before very long," he said. ' i' wi tmi Other speakers included Charleil Evans Hushes, Jndce Afton B. ParkerJ John H. Finley, commissioner of ed i al ion '.--a Vm.i; -i: ,., Ye --!!): John (,. Hibben of Princeton Uni-j versity and.Re Dr. Williams Thomail Manning, rector of Trinity church. I for you I this winter in Thousands of miles of perfect motor highways, through sunny valleys, and along the seashore. Golf, tennis, polo sailing, fishing hiking, horse back riding. 8ummery days for their enjoyment. Great resort hotels and bungalows will house you luxuriously or live in comfort at less cost. En route visit the National Parks, National Monu ments, and other winter resorts. See Hawaii, too. Ask for information about I Excursion Fares to certain winter resorts. "California for the Tooriit," and "Hswifl," and other rejort bookletJ, on request. Let the local ticket agent help plan your trio orapply to Iho near:et Consolidated Ticket Office or address nearest Travel Bureau, United State! Railroad Administration, 646 Transportation 5idK ' Chicai 14J Lberty St, New York Cityj 602 Healey Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Please indicate the placei you wish to sec cn route.