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ml THE QGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH THURSDAY , DLCLMBLK 1?, 13 I
H We thank pour many w friends for the generous patron -! age accorded us ay during the past I : year and the I , Christmas season I and wish them j all a very Merry I Christmas and a I J Happy, Prosperous JB lNew Year. J PaulW.Sfecher Jeweler y! 352 Twenty-fourth Street Germany Concerned fl Over Demonstrations Jm For Hindenbur I BERLIN I"' 24 Al last Ihe naked jhirh is out, of flcia Ilj confirmed Ger fi-fm inanv ,.t n v.i hip i h 16 S BlO foi r.vnmiinn- hem Government Kfflrial1- ?a 'he scMviiv oi ih.e :i .JM jus he.nl'i.ir n-:t in . -,rnrn! jjEHg Ihe foreign roiresponde nrr o' ir mr:r; hi)1- i.uo'ich ihe HB Cri.in.1" 'mmTri have a! eadi. ffifftl Jjad ? hiv f-f ir.i i niT'ipnn dncc and havp declared it to be frep ffM "The pn;1 ' I examination headquar ters hae threp duties."' official r ir B cles further .innniinc-i These are' MtO hinder ':h M phi gdBvhetbf : ih.' ..r,i the mperia smrniFsary for export and impou yfifr hi"f' b""n en :,f,, i ho W7 valur j (. !". i-'-.l nd nHpern Blampt ' 1 hoi : n i mark nn pt " 'Chinese Students 'ML to Go to France 1 For Education U 1 PAP 1? !'rr 1 1 , liv M-ll I ( hi Kne.'p stunv-n - nr- e- Hptcted to ronje in F.nce ar the rate jBBOOO to 6000 a year during ho nexi "4Bvo jears This influx is ascribed to jHhe fart thai the hine-e ;,re no li.nce: Htttracr'-'d b; Cimnn ninvr thm h m Hpaoese college?, vcoing to the war WwUd the hine.-e da-!!. nal i-l.nt: n pr f Ur Sh.iniuns- i,..tn.'i i-.-on ffl Mtor theii .-br, . n France is ttm the High Church Men Extend Christmas I Greetings to Pope piME Wednesday. Dec. 24 All of J Ihe cardinals present In Home, the j! ' riarcbs. archbishops and ecclesias- tical lay courts gathered nt the vati- can today to present their Christmas ; sTeetfng to P pi Benedict. Cardinal i Vannuttelli. dean Of ihe Facred rol ' If-Se. who headed ihe visitors, deliv j ere. I, a short address voicing the p UmenlR of his colleagues and hims- If. j The pope replied, returning greetings ji ami recalling the urgent necessity for j aiding ib.' pom ,md children : war j! 1 b 'ims. j "The necessity for faiih." said the ; pope, "is demonstrated by the inanity of the efforts of those who vainly try to gie mankind peace and welfare forgetting, or ignorinp, tiod Peace 'an not obtained by thp Individual an. i by mankind if there is not order j in both. There is no order without ; Ml BCtcnowledgment of the dominion ! of'God over his creatures. "Order also requires a mastery of ; spirit over mailer and a practical miv cere love of man for his neighbor:-. Al present there cannot be true peace ,p cause order has been subverted b In- i'niled State? imposps restriction": up on Japanese Immigrants This affords France an unique op portunity to shape the careers of those destined lo be the nucleus or Indus I trial and intellpctual China of tomor row. French transportation companies are offering cheap lates of transpor tation to hrin ilirm t. Fiance. About iooo young Chinese are al ready In France studying the modern t scientific, methods of Industry, finance, commerce and agriculture, American sympathizers including 'Madame Hugues Le Roux. Mrs. Her man Duryes and Mrs. William Astor hanlri hnr provided a lent as an organization c :ter for the new arri- ;' ValR These (hlne have cowed lo )ic cleanly and fru.v lly and to abstain from gambling ai.! opium smoking Two 18-year-old girls are pioneers of hpir ?r i'lnon thp students. They arrived yesterday clad in tailor-made gowns Scores mote Chinese su-Js are expected in follow. oo CUT TH.S OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY. DON'T MIS? THIS. Cut cut this slip, onclose with 5c and mail It to Fole 4t Co 2 8 . r Sheffield Ave., Chi cago. III. writinK r.ur name and id dres clearly, you will receive in re turn a irial package containing 1 o!e B Hone and Tar Compound, for COUPD olds anrl croup. Foley LCidh Pills for pain in sides and back rceuma tism. backache, kidney and Madder nilments; and Pole) Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly c-lcansii g cathartic, for constipm ion. bilious ness, heudache, and sluggish I owels. A. R Mclntre Drug Co.-Advc u . ment. Public Debt of United Kingdom j An Enormous Sum : LONDON, Dec 8. (By Meil) A I parliamentary white, paper BhOWS that the public debt of the United Kingdom has increased 157 10 shillings for R 1 The O. K. Barber Shop I ( Extends Xmas Greetings to (TZ if, M s rcn8 an patrons xr M UNION SHOP Y g Cor. 24th St. & Hudson Ave T I IDAHO WHEAT I is famous for it's high quality, millers East and Jfl I West pay a premium for it. The pick of the crop of J this fine wheat makes ft PRESTON FLOUR III known as the QUALITY flour wherever sold. Try a i sack of M I "CACHE VALLEY'S BEST" I OR i "OPTIMO" m &nd see what splendid bread you bake. Not the I cheapest, but the best. I At your Grocers. i T. FARR & CO. DISTRIBUTORS idlvidusis and by mankind. The moral miseries due t ihe war are being ex ploited by those who watch every op- I poi tunitv to affert moral order. "To say the tpirit of independence I has invaded all minds and leads ihcm 'to rebellion. Today there is no shame j in seeking amusement amidst the griefs and sorrow? of others ami tlipre Is no limit to the dissipation of wealth and the drying up of the BOUTCes there of AH this shows that modern soci etj iiiis nilfmptpd to set Itself above Ood, passing from liberty to toleiance to division, from division to conflict ' to ostracism of Jod I "Thereioie, forsretfulnesfc of the su pernatural and the triumph of the nat ural has pd individuals lo egotism and (society to revolution and anarchy." Continuing, thp popp said that he did not despair all ihe?e evils eould be obviated by laith through which order would be re-established and p ice would triumph "A lastlnc peace must be b;-sed on jus. alliaiif. among thp peoples while vanquished nations must be condemn led to suffer equitable penalties, bul not destruction." he said each person sfnee the beginning of ih war. The increase in other coun trios is given as follows Oernianv 128, France 114. Austria-Huncai 89. Belgium 74. Italy 74. United Stales 5-ri, Japan ihree shillings, two and one-half pen' e Retail prices of food show treat in creases in all countries, act taking ' 100 as the stnndnrd for 101',, the fig ures in recent months were: United Kingdom 217. Talis. 263 other French towns, -2'.:.: Italy 291; United Slates 181; Sweden 336 Expansion in currency as compared with ioo in ljg,3 shows the following increases: United Kingdom 241; Italy 140; France 365; United States 173 COMMERCIAL CLUB HOST TO LAWYERS POCATELLO, Idaho. Dec 24 To day at noon the attorneys of the city were guests of the Pocatello Oommer- lal club ni the weekly luncheon of ihe board of governors held at the Bannock hotel. An invitation was extended to all the lawyers in the city to be guests ot ihe governors and the event was in keep ing with the recently adopted plnn ni ih puh to have the professional men ol the rily meet with ihem once each rpk to discuss l.ieal rommi Each class of pmfpTionl men will ,i.e gi:ests of thp club in turn, and to day's meeting was made interesting by addresses by arious attorneys present, being Timed principally to a discussion of Pocatello's welfare. oo . Grave Loss of Sheep and Cattle in Utah Feared SALT LA KK (TV, UUh. Ppc 14. Un I loss there comes ji decidod break in the v.i.iiui in northwestern t'tah there 's ; apprehension of grave loss in rhepp and palllp. according to Dave Thomas, chlet I deputy United Stales marshal, who re- turned here today from a tour of the ic jplon. In the vicinity of Kplton, 15n cattlp already have died of starvation, nccordin? to Marshal Thomas and In the Curl. roller mny s!i-eomn have run out of hay A barren fall range. In that section my raaaon of summer drougth has been fot lowed by severe weather and heavy snm. Mi.i thp cattlp and sheep have hpen un al.ip to rustle for themselves. A fpw pr the larcpr ranchers have succeeded In getting feed, acrordinp to Thomas, but ihe position of the small owner is pr? carious. oo Heavy Mail Is Going Through Ogden at This Time R ordjd for the amount of mall handled Ir holidav season were shattered yester day, according ;o V. H. Taylor, chief clerk for the Railway Mall service. In 1 twenty-five hours, thp terminal on Wall avenue handled 6 386 sacks of mall. Contrary to former experience, the mail did not decrease Immediately hefor? Christmas Kour solid cars of rnuil ar rived from the past last evening, while npproximnt.-ly the fame number of cars will arrive today. Elks Do Not j Overlook Those i Who Are in Need Carrying out ihelr usual custom, offl- ! Cvrs'.and members of Ogden Ixdge. . .o. 719. B. P. O. Elks, wore busy preparing Christmas cheer last night for th- poor oi the city. Clothing-, groceries and gifs for j the little tots made up the array of pres ents. Many familip of Ogden will be ii adc happy by the local lo.ik' OO Vice Consul O'Haro. reports dom Trl .te itnly. that loc.nl concerns havo re- ' quested offers tor railway and street .ir. with designs and prices. oo High Fence Around Former Emperor Is Not to be Built DOORN, Holland, Pec. L'5 The hurgo n I i tar of I'Jooin has halted, at least temporarily, ihe erection of a hirh fence J mm in i ii i iiiii in MBimwuiiiwi i ni iiwii i i m I A Merry Christmas to YouAll I A HOME OF MACK SENNETT COMEDIES AlhambrA I Big Special Christmas Program Today H I Matinee Prices 10c-20c till 6:30 p. m. , j presents or"The Abduction of Alma" I I The clash of fighting men over gold and a woman's love. Tin- sally tang of wind and wave and the I magic of tropic seas. A struggle to the deatb in lawless lands where brawn is king and blood runs red. ; J Tho finest romance f the world's foremost writer f the son. played by a brillianl cast, including .lack 1 Holt, Seena Owen and Lon Chaney. If you're looking fr "punch" in a picture, sec "Victory." ONE OF THE GREATEST SEA STORIES EVER SCREENED 4 Prices 10c20c30cl bBVHHsVBVHMHHsliWHBRaBHBHHHBVKKBa f.long tho roadside about the house of Doom, the future residence of the former Ctrman emperor There is no wall about the pftatp. such :il tho Bentinck cast'i a i Amerongen. the present home of 'lli iam Hohc-nzollcrn. It was found, however, that the fetlOd nioached on s ul.lic hlghwa- and. for thl.s reason, thu liurgomelstcr orders lt .-instruction stopped The former Monarch is xpeeted to t.V.i up his residence here Iu February. Ttlw irk of remodeling Is well under way as the house haa been vacated by the r.ironesa von Heemstra de eaufort, Its former owner. A new central heaHnc plsnl is to he built the farm liouse ; being refitted as a residence for the former empcrot a stuff, with accommo datons for 16 ond the house of the g.r.l I'ner will be arranged as an administra te c office. Most Of the employes who Old Folks' Coughs ulll b relieved promptly by Pi jo's. Stops threat tickle; relieves Irritation. Tb- remedy tnted by more thtn fifty years of use U E ISO'S CHIUHESTtR S PILLS Ull Atl.r.nrlnrirt(.rA '- fV MA CVlM-u a LMuJBrV -OtH ktMi lMlrd vrlOj PIub Rlttoa. AH Vetri Tk other But .frnr f Of W"rH.L A r fl. IfV-.v.TrR I jf biAao.fO i:ka.m firi.a, r.r ca i0lP BY DRUQQ15TS tVliRVWliEJlS I M II CTUKXWtCJe.Ul" I "111 I I' - worked for the Daronc&s von Heemstra have i.ceii e)iiploed by Count Hohen soUern. Because of the cold weather lately, the former emperor lias made few vlstt- to his new home, but he Is in close touch with those In charge of tho repair wor.i and receives frequent reports on lt progress. OO DEARTH OF SCHOOL MASTiERS. LONDON, Dec. 25. A fair salary for an assistant master at such schools as Eton and Harrow before the war was the equivalent of $1,250 but now a qualified man will not accept any thing less than $2,000 rising to E00 Bven at that there it a dearth of mas ters because many who joined the army will not return to indoor duties. Legal Filglit Between Crocker and His Son Is to be Resumed NEW YORK. Dec. 24. The legol we IS fare between Richard ''lokei former chlpftnn of Tammany hall end his son, Hlchard Croker. Jr.. which Ins rarcel betwe.-H 1'illr for some .-.u v. ;ll I ... i -sumed In court Frlda The elder Croker obtained three ordci.i todu callinj;' on ills ton lo show causp why three Judgment obtained against his father should oot be set aside One Judgment Is for tl2j.S36. which i;:.hai-d Junior claims he advanced ar.d disbursed for his father out of his own funds. The other Judgments are In re spect to monies paid out of the estate oi Richard senior's first wife. oo Prohibition Law Again to be in Supreme Court NT;V.r-f N. J.. Dec. 24 The consti tutionality of the federal prohibition amendment will i.e challenged again in the URlttd States supreme court when Governor-elect Edwards takes office, it brcame known today. After discussing his inaugural address with Democratic legislators and leaders. Mr. EJdwardfe stated he would direct Attorney GcnerM " ' ' ItcCran to start proceedings and ptii"- fiH j Insj decisions in the higher court a bill I declaring beer nt i lighl in.:: non-into- H I fc.Tting and saleable in New Jersey WOUU isl i be Introduced f , i, I A tentative bill has been drafted legal- )H i.-lng sale of beer and light wines in Ne v H lei wh ch win be sent to the house f I I ut befoto it reaches the loglsloture. f'l "one of the greatest constitutional law- ''I vers Irwtht country" would pass on It. is - BJ , In support of the rontcmpUtcd assault lil I on the 'dry" amendment, Mr. Edward- ifl ot.otes the constitution of the United States, which -; H "The powers not delegated to thr- L I H 'nited States by the constitution, n'.r e( I prohibited bj It to the state arc reacr-.-p.fi ' I to Hie slatea respectivel or to ;lm 1 v I people." L. lul The governor-elect declared be wouft VI u . all lep-al resources within his powe- Ifll "to protect the rights oi N'. w Jersey In I ImI the premises." fufl S. P. BAND DANCE I EAGLES HALL I Saturday Eve., Dec. 27 LOTS OF MUSIC .