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- f THE OGDEN STANDARD: OCDEN. UTAH. THURSDAY. DECEMBER II 1010 B
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n New Arrivals
Mills We have been fortunate in
ijjjjj 0ett'n9 this consignment of new
K?ShU kfe-jKlyl L 'ts perfect reproduction of
K EE''- wtXlMr lj the world's best music will en
J. V &1 lven the day and all days.
I5k4 Shop early if you want your
- I WPvi choice.
Come in today have your favorite model put aside
until the night before Christmas if you wish. For
yur ow'- interest we ask you to shop early and
don't forget those Christmas records you are going
to order. Get them NOW
niafl We Wi" be 0pen evenm0s until 0 or 9 o'clock begin
nmg Monday the 15th.
TF?MS TO SUIT ON PHONOGRAPHS
I L J j
USE, VE.LOX FLOUR
f Made From Selected Turkey Red Wheat
This superior hard wheat flour has become known as the I
standard of excellence, because it is made from selected grain, I
mi led under direction of experts-made just right for house- I
S Trlr USC- U Cames the Holley guarantee of quality. Your I
II froccr can supply this flour for you. I
J Holley Milling Co.
"OGDEN'S. OWN" j
k give books"' ' "i
j siid for once you can enjoy your Christmas
shopping this year especially, for books are
j niacin less expensive than other fine gifts.
I ! There is nothing more complimentary
yon can give than a book. AD the new books
SPARGO S BOOK STORE
I EXPRESS PACKAGES
The new express packing rules Ko litis
effect today, accorclinc to a Statement
made by General Agent McN'utt. in charge
of the local express offices. Under th
regulations now in force, all express
shipments over 23 pounds must be for-
j warded In wooden containers or cartons
bearing the boxmnkers' certificate ns to
strength and size required by tho ex
He advised that no change is contem
plated In the shipments under the
pound limit, which will still be accepted
wrapped in paper, He also advls.v.l
Christmas Shipper not only to send their
holiday packages early, but to see that
tKej are properly packed anO accurately
addressed; that a very heavy movement
of Christmas Rifts by express a ck I
peeled thla year, and this at a time when
they are handling a greater amout of
traffic than at any period in the history
of the railroad. It will be well for
Christmas shippers to keep n mind th.
C5-pound limitation for paper-wrapped
packages, but any shipment over 23
I pounds must be forwarded In special
containers The express employes will 1
be xery glad to give an one Interested
full information as to hoy they should
prepare their Christmas presents fori
shipment by express.
.rr . I
1 will not he responsible of any debts
contracted by any person except ,m 1
se-f- GLEN STANGER.
I 3 487 .
Questions m Dry
Law Asked of the
WASHINGTON, Doc 11. Interpre
tation of the wartime prohibition acl
to determine whether! he manufacture
'of all beers or only those that are in-j
Itoxlcating are prohibited by that act,
was asked of the supreme court today,
in arguments on government appeals
lrom federal court decrees dismissing,
indictments against the American I
Brewing company in New Orleans and
the Standard Brewery of Baltimore. I
,Both companies have manufactured
j'beer containing 2.75 per cent of alco-j
hoi and have contended that such beer j
was not intoxicating,
Because of conflicting decisions in
the federal ourts in New York, St.
I Loulfl and elsewhere, the arguments
I today attracted widespread interest. I
Attorneys interested in the proceed-j
ings expectPd (he court to decide all
the appeals at one time and before the;
Neighbors of Woodcraft
Seuo Lily Circle 174. Neighbors ol
Woodcraft, are requested to be present
I at the meeting Thursday night, De
cember 11, at 8 o'clock, to vote on
amendment-. full attendance de
sired. LAURA W CARY.
KATE HE Y.MAN
I 172 Clerk.
Dr. Harding Speaks to
the Boys of Weber
I Speaking before the Boys' Association
Of the Weber N'nemal college yesterdiv.
Dr. H.irdhiK of this city, k.jm- an x i.
; lent lecture on health and morals of th.;
'young people todn. This is the first of
a series of lectures arranged for the
boys association to be held In tho near
The hoys' association, organized for the
first time this year, under the presidency
of Kenneth Farley. Is doing a great woilt
among the boya of tho school Besides
tho lectures from prominent educators
and business mon of tho state already
urrnnged for, plans are being made for
minor ulhletlc 'contents to bo held after
the Christmas holidays,
SEN. LA FOLLLTTE
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. Attack-'
Ing the Cummins railroad bill as a
measure :-), u, n , d.sicned to help'
the roads with their return to priviiu
ownership. Senator LafoUette, Repub
lican, Wisconsin, declared in ihe sen-j
'ate that Its enactment would "constl-j
tute the greatest -"tain on legislation
In the history of the American na-I
"There s nowhere in this bill one!
clause in the interest of the people "
said Senator Lalollette, who charged''
that the measure soucht to -.alidatei
"all the chicanery of 17 ears of rail
road Jugglery" and fasten it on the
Contending that Koxernmc-nt own. r-1
Snip was the ultimate solution of the
railroad problem, the Wisconsin sen
ator declared the plan had not been
Civen a fair test because there had
been an organized press and railroad 1
.attempt to discredit It. In framing 1
'he bin to meet conditions arising with
'he end of war-time federal control :
Senator Lafollette said that the sen'i
ate interstate commerce committee!
had not given a full hearing to the
, an.ij oi railway emplovep, vitally con
Icerned in the future polio of dealing
I with the great tiansportation sys
tems. j When the senate recessed at night
Senator Lafollette had not concluded
his address and he will resume today
There was no indication as to how
! much more time he might require
and lenders said the) now had no id.-a
when the bill might be passed
Senator Talks Two Hours.
Senator Lafollette held the floor
continuously through the session and
alter he had been talking two hours
Senator King. Democrat, Utah, went
to ins rescue with a demand tot B
quorum, which gave him a twenty
i minute breatjhing Bpell.
When the government took over the'
roads, Senator Lafollette declared,!
'he whole system was honevcombed
v ith inside gran - Examination or i
every system from the Pennsylvania'
own.1 he said would show that or'
flcials were financially interested In
supply and construction companies
with which the companj . mploj Ing
them dealt. " I
Public and Stockholders Robbed
"And as a result of this we imd
he concluded, "thai .stockholders and
the public were robbed because of the!
payment of outrageous prices for sup- !
Plies The country must expect to get '
bad service from anv concern infested :
With erraft a.wi n.... : .,
I r "-- explanation
(lor ine condition of the railroads at
the time the goernnient took theni
While Senator Lafollette was as
sailing the Cummins bill Robert Lov
ett, president o' the f nion Pacific j -'om,
m a statement sent to member
of congress, declared the measure "had
Dieril at least of recognizing th
61 th( railroad situation and the
courage of grappling with them in an
honest attempt to solve the problem."
Lovctt Reviews Bills.
Judge Lovett described what he con
sidered as the good and bad features
ot the Cummins and the Esch bilN
declanng that the "most amazing pro'
'i-i-m of the Esch measure as amend
cd by the house dealt with labor.
"It effectually perpetuates every
lucres e and even working rule
or regulation ,ade b the railroad ud
! ministration -hiring ihe stress of the
war and abnormal conditions resulting
therefrom,'.' he said,
i -Mr Lovett objected to the section
joi the Cummins bill declaring rive and
la nail per cent on the value 0i the
j railroad property as determined by the
interstate commerce commission as a
"reasonable return" and confiscating
all m excess of 6 per cent upon such
"i deny thai our people are jn favor
of confiscating the net earnings of a
railway company saved bv it out of
res -nable rates established or ap
proved by the government itself Mr
Lovetl said 'Further increases in
freight rates undoubtedly are neces
sary as the government's own experi
ence with the railroads shows" he
said, adding that no well informed pet -son
could expect railway wages to be
materially reduced under existing con
ditions. The chamber of commerce of the'
1 Aited States in a statement today
ailing attention to Its referendum last ;
yeai on needed railroad legislation
said that unless the goernment
adopted a railroad policv that would 1
'mihl. private corporations to meet I
expenses and obtain necessary capital J
"corporate operation will fail, and the
government will ju1V(? ,r, ,osun, ,hfc
burden of operating and probably ot
owning the roads "
Utah Camp, 9990, meets second and
fourth Friday of each month in I. O.
F. hall. Fraternity block. Next
Friday, Dec 12, will be election of of
ficers. Everybody out.
Adv. W. H JOHNSON. Consul.
Income Tax May
Be Portioned in
LONDON, Dec. 9.' The extent to
which a tax is felt by the taxpayer Is
'dependent ery much on its newness
and Just as a man becomes what doc
tora call 'tolerant' to a drug and re
quires increasing doBes to affect him
v m m fonc
Blade has moved to 43 ,eity-flfth
starts with a CsHP'
Kill tho Co!d. At Lho
NNb St.mdard cold remedy for 20 yens
i ,n tablet form efe, tnic, no
Bbk cri2""- breaks up a cold in
hour relieves erip in 3 Jarr.
SBfiS. Money bsck if it fail.. Thi
U HTXB. Cfr-u'r box hn a Ped
f r rj) Sht'"n- wilh Mr- n
VfflP 35Sttk At Alt Drag Star
so a taxpayer becomes 'tolerant' in
time to larger doses of tax," raid Doc
tor J C Stamp, the economist, in a'
lecture at University College.
He added there ought to be written'
up in ever revenue oifice, 'please don't '
sa you would be pleased to pay the
tax if you only go) the income, b
you wouldn'l '
To Be Organized
j Scout Executive George A. Goatc-s Is
n receipt of a letter from Depniv
Scout Commissioner Hugh Holda ij
to the effec that a scout battalion
should be organised to promote i
'ficiency on the part of th bcouI or-'
ganlzatlon in thla city.
Th? battalion, to be in accordance
w ith the national policy, will be desig-i
nated by ihe prop r seniority number
The accompanying list of ranking
officers ha 1 1 bet n r commendi d foi
theit respective commissions and'
submitted for Eixocutlv Goates' ap- I
Battalion Commander-in-Chief, Hug::
Holdaway, deputy scout commissioner
Company A, Commander I C Wheel
er, assistant deputy scout commission
er: Comnanv B. Command pr Hprhori
i E. Smitli, assistant deputy scout com j
j Executives, Boy Scouts' Battalion
Staff; battalion adjutant of stalf, Her
i man Koldewyn, assistant scoutmaster, i
Troop 2'3; First battalion adjutant
hCompany A, Robert Wilson, scout mas
ter. Troop No. 2; second battalion,
ladjutint, Delbert Foulgei, scoutmae
Iter Troop No 1. Third battalion
.adjutant Laurel Urown Bcoutmaster,
Troop No 17 fourth battalion adjut-
ant, Louellan Roberis, scoutmaster, j
Troop No 2l; fifth battalion adjutant,
W'. L Holbrook, scoutmaster, Trcop
I No. 22; sixth battalion adjutant, Geo
Bergstrom? scoutmaster, Troop No. 23; !
seventh battalion adjutant. Porter,
scoutmaster, Troop No 21
Company B will include all count,
troops in Weber district outside or;
. , , ,
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
Nann "Bayer" is on Genuine
Aspirin say Bayer
Insist on "Bayer Tablets of pi-m"!
j Jn a 'Bayer package. " co tafn:ng :-ro-1
per directions for "olds Pa'n. Head-.
pche. Neuralgia, Lumbago and Ri;-:u-matism
Name "Bayer" means g"nu I
ine Aspirin prescrincd by phvjdc'ana '
for nineteen years Handy tlii I" ves
ef 12 tablets cost few cents sp rin 1
la trade mark of Dayer stanufacur ol '
Mononceticacidester cf Sailcyiicacld.
ANYTHING New or Old
ANYTHING A to Zliev or oid
bought, sold or trad'; L Fhjne JZi.
Uooks and Stationery
Bramweil Book an j Stallone y, 2o6ii
JVasbingtOD Ae. iJaoco .') -;u5a
Utah national Baak, aoatheast cor
ner Twenty-fourth aLd Washing uu
, l'iiony 61.
T. K. u'Conuoiiy, dden. Utah. L.-&al
adicc by mall .Vriti m.-n Uie lac ts.
' Phone U'J3.
K. Van Kampen oi uphclstering,
carpets cleaned, aii -red -aud iald.Re
1 maKiug oi matresses. iJton'. z.jj.
Expert carpel o'eanmy, U attrest
'ienoating, upholstering, aD Bprr.iga
leslreiched. Call E. J. iiamp ou o.,
Feather Renovating. Fboce Jib-N.'.
Owen Wr. Halverson, D. C Ilea.
1 nhouo 1086-W. IQl'Ui Eccle uic.fe.
' City Scavenger
McCarthy Ac Co., 2?34 Grant .venue.
Phone 2018 W.
Repair an Kinds of barrels, tub I lc
Christ Lassen, 3506 Adams. Phone
U80. 139- .
The New. Method Dentists aie spe
cialists in all brancnea ol D ntis-iy.
246lj Washington. i'20i
Drain Tile for Sale
IiitermounUim Concrete Co Tw;n
vietli and Lincoln avenue, igd-n, L th
rhoc.es 2068 and 2310
Ogclcn Engraving S.arvice Co.. rvk
ers of fine cuts in aue or more colors.
ilG Twenty-fourth aircet. Phone
i Never . - the ncea for financial ats.stznc- and
expert advice keener than now at the time when
the world is just getting on its feet again ProJ
fj ccts that were postponed because of the war are
li now being revived
This company is responding to the demands I
tl I "ade by progresSlve business houses and individ
ni 0 uals who recognize the opportunities ahead. And
ll f. our xPcr'cnced officers and intelligent, courteous
! scrv,ce arc winning the approval and respect of
On n an increaG,n0 number of people.
li $3 Weuwant yu t0 fc-' fres to come to us with your
II i probln-.s. 7
1 GrUXK2sJSJTY I II
f MORTGAGE CO.1 I
CARL C.RASMUSSON PRBS
J.H.ANDREWS SECV fc'TREAS 1
1 PHONE 11S 416 -24 K ST.
Ogden City, ss they affiliate and reg
Other petty officers will be selected
m "Oh Look! f J
It's a Dayton" II
0 Ch''.stmas morning when the family is gathered around
iy the Christmas tree, your boy's fondest dreams will come C
true if Santa Claus
brought him a
W$ Dayton Jm&J f SI
f Bicycle Mffl ? '
INFORMATION BUREAU 1
Notice to Advertisers On and after April 1, 1919, business directory
advertising in The Stancia d will be $1 per line per niorth.
r oot Specialist
Flat leet, corns, 3lc, correc cd. b'ry
Laboratory, J2u Hudson Bldg voS3
l ir? insurance
Charlea Eisenbefg. Phone 18?jJ.
Caiendomau and Michigan Commercial
Standard Insurance jio
Heating and Ventilating
bianuu'u neaiiins iv vwOtilating Co
2581 Granl Phone S08-W. A H. Krum
pi i mau. 1453
Hay and Grain
Hay, traiu and poultry feed, liell
Bros., 371 Twent) lh::d. V.ione 28i5.
Hides, Wools, Furs
u. M. Runyan, 2269 Wall avenue,
pays top puces. PhOlM 781 W. 152b
Jobbing: brick, cement and piaster
lug. Phone 77v. 1835 Wash. 1243
funk and Hides
Western Hide & Junk Co., 2-23
Washington Ava Piiond s6i.
Ogdcn Juuk House, 2059 Vahinglon
Ave. i'bouc 210.
Key fitting and lo- k replrutg. lnd
bod Repair Shop, 2-tbD Hucron. o'.Dl
C. Stewart, special representa
live l t'1" N' .', Yoik Ll.e h.urjuco
Co. ll Lewis Lkig Phone 7i7. 9 163
jn, Twenty-fifth street We are of
ring R splendid line of trimmed and
tailored huts at great reductions. A
good assortment :i one-hall price. Ex
ceptlonally good values for your
Paper cleaning and - ntlrg Vcw 'A ll
Icinson, Address rear oS rwenty-slxth
street. Phone 1520-3. i57
j from assistant scoutmasters, platoon 'III
hndeis, patrol leaders, and others fil
I connected with Bov Scout work.
urass in u ;. chandeliers, office fiv- 1,1
lures refilshed. T. Harlan O'Ne'l, $7,7
Twetleth street -:ij
Physician and Surgeon j
Dr. A. Fernlund, o.fice' hours H to i MH
4 p m. New Peer aidg., :-:udcon Ave.
Kls. Phone 640. Office phone 19Cij-W.
Real Estate and Loans
Willard Kay, real estate and loans.
2474 ashingtom Puone 409, 1874
Garbage and ruoaish naul.d, -.tss-pools
aud toUets cleaued. John CUpp
Co. Phone &2!. 23 lo Hudson aveuue
Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinds of '
ruobish hauled Phore 620.
We rent, repair, carry needles and 1
, parts for all makes ot machines. Whtto
Sewing Machine Co., 277 Washington
dvenu.. Phone 2884 , 1 1
Transfer Work I
CALL t. M. Moore for all kinds of
transfer work. Phone 2373-W. 1326
f enis and Awning
Ogden Tent and Awnins Co., niHsu
facturers of high grade store. oruc
and resident awnings, Waterproof cjv
ers, bags, etc. Any 'hing iu canvasj
22U8 W ashington avenue. Phone 2b .
Phone 2582-J for .acuum clep.uer Jl
.r 24 hours, Bterilly?d du-t bog.
FUR RENT Ohlp vacuum cleaner i
hours 50c. Phone 2097. 1374
Expert window an I wal! nap-r clesn-j
ing anywhere. A'pericnn Window
Cleaning. Phone 563. 23 7u .Va-.hincc."