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Ijj 2 THE QGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1920 1
;j jf I A million workers make the trip to and from work and f 3 school a pleasure by riding Columbia and Monarch Bi- $ y ,; 3 cycles. 1 1 They arrive ON TIME. ' 1 V ' '. i( , I They save you car fare. , i 'I I Do you? ,t; t,i( !( I Come to the Big Hardware Store and see the one that R best suits you. il ji College Teachers to j I j Have Salary Increase ' PULLMAN, "Wash.. Feb. 18. Salary ji increases ranging from five lo 25 per cnt for members of the faculty of I M the Washington State college were ap-1 jj l proved by the board of rcgenjs of the ( (j hi Institution here. j Tho Increases will become effective i 1 lii next spring. The amount of (he in-1 HH creuscs v.'ill vary with the importance of vh6 office held, length of service and efficiency, it was stated. 00 ; I NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIRE Get relief vithout fear as toldj in "Bayer package" j "Bayer Tablots of Aspirin" to be gen uine must be marked with the safety "Bayer Cross," Then you are getting the true, world-famous Aspirin, pre scribed by physicians for over 18 years. Always buy an unbroken package of "Bayer Tnblets of Aspirin" which con tains proper directions to safely re lievo Colds, Headache, Toothache, Ear ache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheuma tism, Neuritis, Joint Pains, and Pain generally, Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets! cos: but a few cents. Druggists also I sell larger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin 1 Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufac-I turr- of Monoaceticacidcster of Snlicy-i licacld. Advertisement. " on I GONE TO GRASS. J 'Give you ten dollars for this old) ui , Colonel." "It is not for sale." "But this Juuk Is merelv cluttering ip the yard." 'Out of my sight. I used to turn a faithful old horse out Into pasture. Whj should I think less of rav faithful jld car 'Pittsburg Sun. Ivory and rubber have long been pro duced in tho Kongo. Now its minus arc hcln? developed and before long It will have valuable agricultural exports. More than 174.000,000 tons of coal ire available in the proved coal areas of Ireland. Most of this is anthracite.- Bulgaria has ninety-three permanent fciovmg picture houses, besides a num of traveling theaters. Women voters for ebucsti01l bill Adopt Resolutions Recom mending Passage of Pending Legislation CHICAGO, Feb. 18. The National League of Women Voters "today adopt ed resolutions recommending the pas !nago of pending legislation which pro vides for the expenditure., of $100,000, '000 for education. This money is to jbd divided among the states. ' Bills endorsed are the Smith Tow ner bill, the Kenyon bill and House bill on naturalization. The women of the league also ask for an educational qualification for the vote in all'Stntcs after all not qualified have had ample opportunity to make good their lack of training. I Compulsory education, nine months I of I he year, between the ages of G and Ifi is recommended. Thorough provision for tho educa-' lion of newcomers and all others, who have not yet been absorbed into Amor lean citizenship by education and! training are asked. i The report of the committee on the unification of laws concerning the lc-' gal slaCus of women, Catherine Waugh j McCulloch, Chicago, chairmnn.asks for independent citizenship for married j women. j Two of the recommendations by this I committee which evoked great enthu- I siasm In the meeting were one which urges that the minimum age of con sent In all states be made IS years and another which asks that women of the league refrain from using their connection with that organization to I assist any political party. Just civil service laws "and mother?' i pensions In all states were also recommended. For Colds, Gnp or Influenza and as a Preventative, take LAXA TIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Look I for E. W. GROVE'S signature on the I box. noc Advertisement. : oo Maryland Fails to ' Ratify Suffrage ANNAPOLIS. Md., Feb. 18. The re jection of the federal woman suffrage amendment by the house of delegates was made certain today when a ratifi cation resolution was defeated 3G to 64. This resolution was offered as a substitute to the resolution rejecting the amendment, favorably reported by the committee on fedearl relations, which will be acted upon later today. H . ; - (BUZZARD STOPS THE ' I TIL OF HEW, I j Witness Stormbound, HandiJ capped by Flu Epidemic Telegrams Read GRAND TCAPIDS, Mich., Feb. IS. The Newberry elections conspiracy trial today was stormbound and hand- Iicappcd by tho Influenza epidemic to day. So many witnesses were delayed in reaching this city, by a blizzard or held at homo by sickness that the pros ecution was forced lo rely almost whol ly upon documentary evidence. More ithnn a hundred campaign telegrams 'were read to the jury and the proceed ings dragged until Senator Newberry fell fast asleep in his chair. 1 The one bit of new testimony came 'from Kenneth O. Throckmorton, a .Grand Rapids youth who swore that William E. Rice, one of the local de fendants, had him circulate nominat ing petitions for James W. Helmo at the Great Lakes naval training station, jllelme was the rival of Henry Ford in H 1 1 he Democratic pramlrlcs of 191S and 5 I is the man whom the defense ac i jknowledgcd In Its opening statement I was "worked" into the race. juvewile actors , on pities bill! Extraordinary New Show to Open at the Orpheum ! Tomorrow Ten clever Juvenile actors and ac tresses in the "Rising Generation," feature tho extraordinary bill opening at the Pantages theatre tomorrow af ternoon". These young vaudevilllans will be seen in a novel act with a fin ish worthy of the best trained artists. Tho act features Mary Caroline Dan iels, child orator and "wop" imperso nator; Dominique Colombo, midget comedian. and Charles Monahan. child yodeler. Happy Jack Gardner, late of the Georgia MinAtrels. hns a happy act in "Tho War Zone" that is full or action fun and nonsense. Forest and Cnurch present "A Vaudeville Rhapsody" and soma clever comedy Is served by Stephens and Brunelle in "Bits of Mii-sk-al Comedy." Bupage Yorkov sis ters in "Something Different," have a novel turn that Is sure to please. ICHJH USES TOO Dfl f 01 CUM 1 Protrapted Draught May Force I Stockmen to Ship Arizona Texas and New Mexico For Feeding SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 18 If pres ent conditions In California continue throughout this year,' between 160.000 and 300,000 head of cattle will have ' to bo shipped to ranges elsewhere, ar cording to a statement today by D. J. ;Stol!cry. secretary or tho California ; Cattlemen's association. The cattle go , mainly lo Texas but also to Arizona and New Mexico, he said. ! Mr. Stollery declared that shipments 1 from northern California ranges would , haw to be made within 30 days unless rail, fell before that time, and that shipments would have to be made from southern California unless rain ! fell within CO days. He said it would be impossible to predict at this time tho size of these shipments. Mftiiy cattle man already have ar ranged with railroad companies to habile shipments of stock, should con tinued drouth make it necessarv, ho said. Strict Economy Necessary. Strict economy must be practiced In concert by water asd power users In Calitornia this season to avert disas ter resulting from the water shortage following a succession of three drv years, state railroad commission cngi ncerf. declared today in a conference hoi I to discuss the situation. The San Joaquin light and power company is the concern most seriously affected at present, as Its power load" must be cut In half at the end of ton days unless rar.i comes, according to L. S. Ready, assh'ant engineer for the commission' i Situation Is Acute. I C. H. Lee, state water commissioner, reported that the situation in the Sac-. ramei.to valley is acute, and asserted' that the planting of rice must be less-i ,ened If a shortage was to bo avoided The water commission had limited di (versions, he said, and put checks on the use of water that It hoped would, enable irrlgatlonlsts to go through the year without a shortage of crops. Hei advised, however, the planting of crops that would mature early and thus cut down the demand for water In the', late summer. ITS STElSTlT OMMTOlilTii Berenice, the Italian girl played by! Anita Stewart in "Human Deilre," i j wlueh will be shown at tho Orpheum ! theatre last times today, Is placed in ! Jthe painful situation of being taken in 1 by .i married artist, made his model. ! given an adopted baby to care for, and 1 then. In his absence, being accused by 1 his wife, who has been away, o? lm 1 proper relations. This charge leads ! . the girl to leave and hide herself Id 1 New York. Fate Intervenes and happlnesr comes to the little Italian waif and I the man who befriended her. oo ' WHICH REMINDS-US THAT We want to be sure that no Ameri can relief work In Europe Is wasted on the reds which we arc shipping back thei. i " The instrument for your home is the instrument A J ; gives you your kind of music. The Victrola does that and ' j I ; more. The music you "like" is sung or played by the greatest ' j ! & ,v artists of all time and consequently can afford you the utmost S "I , measure of musical delight. V , The Victrola gives you the very music you want, sung 3 .. 1 and played by artists who have become famous because of I .3 & their ability to bring out the beauties of each individual com- ! I -vyfi( Position its wonderful fidelity of reproduction has attracted ( " to Victrola the greatest singersr instrumentalists, orchestras, '? -. & bands and entertainers of all the world. No matter what I ... your favorite music may be, the Victrola completely satisfies ; your every musical longing. , I There are Victor dealers everywhere, and they will gladly ; i J :i play your favorite music for you. Victrolas $25 to $1500. ' 1 i? New Victor Records demonstrated at all dealers ' I on the 1st of each month. !' ft V "- SSezs rrA & MIS MASTEHjS VOICE" jj f Vj- ' iL pxocblmi flrl quality md idcrulfto 4 K all product! of ihe Jy 9 ? J vrrox7itisaM.oiuscco ,Jy I 1 vP ) I . . . -. v I Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N, J. BUfPfcljWWIlLM'l"1' "rTI11 toB&ttj&Sft&Q&yG' ltm ,,m, i Tim mull POTATO IS KING. The Humble Tuber Replaces Wheat In1 a Multitude of Dishes. I Potato bread! The Idea It not now. ' Hut how about potato pudding, potato! pastry, potato cookies, potato tea cake, potato biscuits, and, above all, potato uhnrt nntaf Afloo Hnptoncn TUli5. f the extension division of the Utah Ag ricultural college, has prepared a list of potato recipes showing in how many ways potato enn substitute for flour. Following Is her list: The potato is the most economical and practical substitutes for -wheat In this part of the country. Make use of it by substituting 1-3 to 1-2 potatoes for white flour in your old well tried recipes, using about 1-4 cup less liquid in allowanco for the moisture In the potatoes. It is beBt to cook potatoes with Jackets on. Remove the skins as soon as the potatoes arc cooked and i mash thoroughly. j Stoamed Potato Chocolate Pudding. ' 3 T. fat, 1 egg, 2-3 c. sugar, 1-1 t. salt, j 1 ll c. flour, 1 1-2 t. baking powder,! 1 c. well mashed dry potatoes, 2 1-2 squares chocolate. Serve with a sweet sauce. Potato Biscuit. 1 c. cold mashed potatoes, 1-3 c. milk, 3 t. lard, about 1 1-2 c. flour. 2 t. baking powder, 1-2 t. salt. Sift flour, baking powder and salt; work In lard with a knife or spatula; add other ingredients and finish In the usual manner. Bake in hot over 12 to 15 minutes. I oo I Prosecution Surprises Socialist AssembSyraesi ALBANY, N. Y., Feb. 18. To the as tonishment of counsel for the five sus pended Socialist assemblymen being tried by the assembly Judiciary com-' mittpo on charges of disloyalty, the prosecution which last week an nounced It "rested" took the floor at ' the opening of today's session, j Martin Conboy reaxl Into the record documents which ho claimed support led the charge that the Socialist partv l not only urged its members not to par ticipate in the war, but called on them I not to produce munitions of war. The I defense objected on the ground that tho alleged appeal antedated Americas entrance into the world conflict. Morris Ilillqult, chief counael for I Socialists, took the stand as the w witness for the defense Mr. HlllQj who is international secretary of IE Socialist party, ridiculed the sugft ' Hon that the Socialist pnrty of AnKr ica was Instructed by the Internationale. oo FLOUR ADVANCING MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Feb. 17.-JJ line with Tho strengthening or " wheat market, flour advanced barrel at the local market tow Standard flour In OS-pound coi sicks sold at $13.50 a barrel. DO . Jack Warwick wants to know vt -has become of tho old fasnlowj . woman who used to have an ,ry;, , sticking around her some place in . it was needed. Pins aren't comi" i ab'j In skins, Jack. i I LILLIAN THATCOMHESTRA W II! I TAKE HER TO THE BERTHANA 1 'jW I 1 WHERE THE MUSIC IS THE BEST! MM II I Couple, 85c; Extra Lady, 40c (Tax included) ffir Jf j I Have You Tried (he New Skate Waltz?