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fci;. THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1920 3 M
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Your home should have thcvaclclc(l charm
f ih.lQS lnucal instrument, the in-
' Priced at $35 and up, and '
IJfPl . sold here on convenient $
Sjjjpl ' terms the Yictrola is the vsf1 $
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"JUST PAST THE ORPHEUM"
fWe are now In the midst of making
reservations in our New Year resolutions.
There Is no use in comment on tho
birth rate. You will only be told to
mind your own business.
J I -The Water Yon Use )
?m S Ordinal ily tlierc is noL much romance to such a
I IE commonplacG commodity- as water. But wo in Og-
E den aio far better supplied than 'aro others; the g
' system that furnishes water to our homes is one g ,
3 of the. most vital necessities in 'our community
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Ogden has a Water System of which It may weil
be proud pure, ciear sparkling water. In the in- 5
stallation and development of our "Waterworks
Sf System the men connected with the First National j
f Bank played an influential part.
m I Progi-essive individuals and forward looking enter-
iT 1 i - prjses will receive .the same helpful advice and
j f 3 . encouragement from a closer acquaintanco with 5
f ? p the First National Bank. 5
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2 5 "FIRST IN SAFETY AND SERVICE."
I i Ifirst national bank i
lS 'CAPITJIL SURPLUS 4350,000.00 t tTtA T T I
X OGDEN Ipsposits 44,000,000:00 c? UTAH g
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I j GILS! w5'N! GILS! . I
Wt Oome and learn a trade in our Overall factory. Not only will
K on have a steady position, but it is a lasting experience A
H M-hour week and good pay to the capable. Are you one? Ap. ,
ply John Scowcroft & Sons Company, Department m.
CITIZEIS IE ASKED
TD HELP KEEP PARKS
' OF GfTY 6REEH
"We have sown a great quanlily of
grass seed in the park.sof the city,"
said Commissioner Chris Flygarc, this
morning "and our work has been done
in 'vain because private citizens and
school children have tramped over the
sown area, and played there. We want '
the public to know that 'the green 1
spaces of the parks arc not to be
tramped over, nor played on until such
time as vc announce it as permis-'
sable. If the private citizen will denyi
himself the pleasure of tho short cut,
and if parents and school teachers will j
kindly aid us in getting our lawns in '
order wo shall be able (0 make the!
Ogden parks look like lawns. If the.
present conduct continues we shall J
have bare places instead. The public
is asked to take notice of this desire 1
en our part to keep tho parks in por-
feet condition." j
HE TEA TOW
GRAY HAIR DARK
It's Grandmother's Recipe to
Bring Back Color and
Lustre to Hair
That beautiful, oven shade of dark,
glossy hair can only be had by brew
ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul
phur. Your hair is your charm. Jt
makes or mars the face. When it
fades, turns gray or streaked, just an
application or two of Sage and Sul
phur' enhances its appearance a hun
jdredfold. j Ion't bother lo prepare this mlx
iture; you can got this famous' old re
cipe improved by the addition of oth
jor ingredients at a small cost, all
ready for use. It is called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound. This can
always be depended upon to' bring
I bad: the natural color and luster of
I Everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and
;Sulphur Compound now because it
j darkens so naturally and evenly that
1 nobody can tell It has been applied.
I You simply dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
the hair, taking one small strand at a
time; by morning the gray hair has
disappeared, and after another applica
tion it becomes beutifully dark and
appears glossy and lustrous. Advertisement.
GAMBLERS ESyTER PIES
OF GUILTY 111
I CITY COURT
' Pleas of guilty were entered in the
j cases of C. W. Chase, charged with
' conducting and playing gambling
anies, James D. Brougher, 30. and C.
F. Reed, charged with gambling in the
Chase aud Lashus pool hall, Twenty
1 fifth street on the night of March 12.
; Chaso was sentenced to $150 or 150
, days, Bougher and Reed 50 or 50 days
in the city jail, each.
i Aurora EsreaSis Puis
Wires Oat of Service
NEW YORK. Mnrc.li 23. Aurora Bo
realis last night kicked up his heels,
danced all over the sky and put tele
graph wires out of commission. J
The wire ckief at Western Union
headquarters reported the company
had no instruments strong enough to
measure the voltage in the electrical
currents. Nature's skylarking in the
norlhland at times during the night
made telegraphy an impossibility.
The American Telephone and Tele
graph company which also reported
its telegraph service was completely
demoralized, said the northern lights
!had not interrupted its telephone serv
ice. Cablo terminals were hard hit,
as was wireless apparatus.
Crowds' in the streets were given an
opportunity to see an electrical display
in the sky.
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IS 0S8IIZED ST
: CUT HILL
Under the direction of Captain H.
C. Billings, of the service and informa
tion bureau of the war department who
was an Ogden visitor yesterday, a cen
tral welfare committee was organized
at a meeting hold in the city hall at
which were present representatives of .
American Legion. Salvation - Army,
Red Cross, Rotary club, Ogden Cham
ber of Commerce, Knights of Colum
bus, and the city and county commis-1
It will bo the purpose of this com
mittee to assist the returned soldier,
sailor, or marine to procure whatev-ir
benefits aro due him from the govern
ernment and lo rehabilitate him Jn civ
il life. The committee will be at the
service of tho men in every possible
v.'fty. Commissioner J. Ray Ward is)
chairman, and J. E. Littlefield, secre
tary and committeemen from various
city organizations will shortly be
named. The committee will act as a
clearing house for all claims of e::
Service men are requested to an
Jswer the following questionnaire and
t;ke the matters up with either the
local committee in care of Commission
er Ward, or with Captain H. C. Bil
lings, in charge of the westreu dis
trict, war department, 309 Flood build
ing, San Francisco.
The questionnaire follows:
(Note Givo full information on
each case separately, showing when
and where you entered the service,
your rank, company, organization, se
rial number, where stationed, when
and where discharged, present address
and any other information pertinent to
1. Have you received a proper dis
2. Have you recoived your bonus of
3.. Have you received your full trav
el pay of 5 cent3 per mile?
4. Have you received your lost bag
gage? 5. Have you received the Liberty
bends that you subscribed for while
in the service?
C. Were allotments deducted from
your pay paid to the proper persons
and in the proper amounts?
7. Do you wish any information Te
garding the conversion of your Insur
S. If your insurance has lapsed, do
you wish to have it reinstated?
9. Were you disabled in'tho service?
10. If so, are you. drawing compen
sation for disability?
11. Are you in need of any medical
care 0 rtreatment?
12. If disabled, do you wish to take
13 Are you out of employment?
11. Have you received a victory but-'
ton, issued by the government?
15. If not, do you wish one?
16. Do you know of any tubercular
17. If so, give his name and ad
dress. 18. Do you know of any insane sol
dier or sailor?
19. IT so, please give his name and
A FRIEND RECOMMENDED THEM.
A person often does more good than
!ho realizes when ho tells a suffering
friend how to get well. J. N. Tohill,
j clerk Lottie Hotel, Evansville, In.'.,
writes: "For weeks I suffered con
stantly with pains Jn the muscles of
'my thigh. I was treated by the doctor
for rheumatism but found no relief
i Upon recommendation of a friend, 5
1 tried Foley Kidne: Pills and began to
Igct relief almost immediately." Good 1
for backache, rheumatic pains, stiff
' joints. A- R. Mclntyrc Drug Co. Ad
Secator King Asks
WASHINGTON. March 23. Investi
gation of the labor department's ac
tivities in carrying out deportation of
undesirable aliens was proposed in a
resolution introduced by Senator King,
Democrat, Utah. It is asserted that
reports were current that the depart
ment was "not proceeding with proper
expedition" in the execution of depor
Occasionally nature is mistaken, we
learn. Yes! And we know several of
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. i JlfJl Arc You Ready lor Easter? II Jl - ! II
' PSl 0nly 2 Weeks More . pKS I
v $sxf'' es sSr' us working days between now and the great b . f'jj
- irmA 5a spring coming out day. Still time "to order your new togs sL-r A 1 I IF 11
Tm but, none to spare. ' ')! IH
' 4 Is ,j P Make It something out of the ordinary this year a suit CM N ' ivjiiLl
fl I " d 'hat'll mako you stand out from the crowd a Dundee tailored j ft I U ilj
I lK 1 your measure suit. No time, to lose. Come in now. is M ) ' I ta
V I fm $i "DUNDEE TAILORED MEN ARE ALWAYS DUNDEE K. 1 M'fj H
j CUSTOMERS." J J jl
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LIFT CORNS OFF
IT DOESN'T HURT
Vith fingers I Corns lift out and
costs only few cents
Pain? No, not one bit! Just drop
a little Freezonc on that touchy com,
instantly it slop aching, then you lift
that bothersome corn right off. Yes,
magic! Costs only a few cents.
Try Freezone! Your druggist sells
a tiny bottle, sufficient to rill your feet
of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn
between the toes, and calluses, without
one particle of pain, soreness or irri
tation. Freezone is tho mysterious
ether discovery of a Cincinnati genius.
LOUISVILLE, Ky March 23. The
historic Kentucky derby with its new
530,000 added value, and for which 107
nominations have been made, will hav
its forty-sixth renewal at Churchill
downs here on Saturday, May S, the
opening day of the Downs meet, the
Kentucky Jockey club announced to
day. COUNCIL BLUFFS, la.. March 23.
Slanislaift Zbysco pinned the shoulders
of Gus Werveros to the mat here to
night twice in rapid succession. The
first fall came after 52 minutes of
wrestling and the second after 22 min
utes. MONTREAL, March 23. Eugene
Brosseau, Canadian middleweight
champion, knocked out Al McCoy, for
mer world's middleweight champion,
in the second round of a ten round
match last nighc.
OKMULGEE, Olcln., March 22.
. R. II. E.
Kansas City Association ..I 7 2
Omaha Western ;.,-.H 1G 0
Johnson,. Hinea and Lamb; Kopp,
Scoop, Brown and Hale.
WICHITA FALLS, Texas, March 22.
R. H. E.
New York Nationals 14. 17 2
Boston Americans 8 .7 2
! Douglas, Beiiton and McCarthy,
Smith; Farr, Hartbarrow. Leasurc and
McCALLEN, Texas, "March 22.
R. H. E.
Philadelphia Americans ...17 17 3
SL Louis Nationals 13 12 3
Perry, Bigboe, Naylor and Perkins;
iBolden, May, Goodwin, Shulz and
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.', March 22.
Cincinnati National!; 4 14 1
Iudianapolis Amer. Assn. . . 5 11 3
Reuthor, Gcrncr and Raridon, Allen;
Adams, Crum and Henline.
PEORIA. 111., March 23 High scores
in the individuals and two men events
were made yesterday afternoon at tho
American Bowling congress. In the
two men division, G, Jacobson and H.
Taul, Des Moines, with 1212, landed
among the high fifteen names.
Hank Marino, a former- A. B. C.
champion, scored G66 in the individ
uals, going into eighth place. J. Kin
sey, Des Moines, scored 6GI and reach
ed ninth position.
L. Levlne, of Chicago, was high for
the day in the all events, getting 1811
and seventh place.
J. Winsdorfer and W. Schroedcr,
Chicago, reached fourth place in the I
two men standing on an early shift to
night, scoring 1217. J
NEW YORK, March 23. The United j
Slates for the first time will be offi
cially represented in Great Brilain at
the meeting of the royal and ancient
committee on golf, life delegation sail
ing May 22 for London, according to a
message tonight from George H Wal
ker of St. Louis, president of the
United States Golf association.
Upon arrival in London the dolega
tion will hold a conference with A. C.
Croonic, chairman of the sub com
mittec, considering tho standard ball
question, after which it. will go to
Muirfiold to confer with tho royal and
I ancient committee on proposed rule
NEW YORK, March 23. The Davis
cup committee held an executive meet
ing here last night to discuss plans
for the international tennis matches
for the Davis cup and also the advisa
bility of sending representatives' to
compete In the English championship. I
The committee will announce it3 de
PITTSBURG, March 23. The Ameri
can -hockey team which will represent
the United States at the Olympic
games, won a fast exhibition contest
from Winnipeg 4 to 3 last night.
PITTSBURG. March 23 Harry
Greb. Pittsburg, won on 'points from
Larry' Williams, Bridgeport, Conn., in
their ten round bout last night, ac
cording to sport writers.
I NEW YORK, March 22. Accept
ances of tho United States hockey .
team entry for the Olympic games was
announced in a cable received today
by the American Olympic committee
from Antwerp. The committee slated
the team would sail for Antwerp April ;
1 7 or 10 and would arrive in lime for j
I several days' practice. j
j Information also was received that j
'all the hockey games as well as the tig-1
uro skating championships would bo
staged on artificial ice in Antwerp. j
Among the hockey entries counted .
or. in addition to the United States
team arc r.ovens- from Canada, Swe
den, Norway and possibly Denmark.
CHICAGO, March 22. Tho Univer
sity of Chicago defeated the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania 23 to 24 tonight
in "the first of three games for the
national intercollegiate basketball
I championship. The second game will
jbe played at Philadelphia Wednesday
land a third at Princeton, if necessary.
BERKELEY, Cal.,' March 22.
Matches in the cast vorsus west wom
en's tennis competition were tied at
two-all here today as the result of the
victory of Miss Eleanor Goss of New
York over Mrs. Ethel Sutton Bruce
of Los Angeles in the most closely
I contested of any of the four matches
Eat less meat if you feel Back- si.
achy or have Bladder III
Trouble J H
Meat forms uric acid which excites m
and ovorworks the kidneys in their ef- tfj
forts to filter it from the system. Reg
ular caters of meat must flush the kid jC1
neys. occasionally. You must relieve l
them like you relieve your bowels; ro )fi iV
moving all the acids, waste and poisoa tullH
else you feel a dull misery in the kid lIuH
ney region, sharp pains in the back oi '?1M
tick headache, dizziness, your stom 'ifll
ach sours, tongue is coated and when ill 11
the weather is bad you have rheumal fl
ic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full ol Rvl
sediment; the channels often get irri ill I
tated. obliging you to get up, two oj 'III
three limes during the night. 'ill
To neutralize these Irritating acids iflfl
jand flush off the body's urinous waste IflH
get about four ounces oij Jnd Salts lilikl
I from any pharmacy, take tablespoon- iLjll
; ful in a glass of water before break' 'fiffl
fast for a few days and your kidneys if-llfl
'.will then act fine and bladder disor- lliifl
Iders disappear. Thi3 famous salts ia Ijiifl
made from the acid of grapes and lorn- jfl ifl
ion juice, combined vith lithia, and ha3 11 III
; been used for generations to clean and !J1H
stimulate sluggish kidneys and stop
bladder irritation. Jad Salts is inex- fl
(pensive; harmless and makes a de- Si H
ilightful effervescent lithia-water drink lll'rfl
j which millions of men and women take Lfl
;now and then, thus avoiding serloua illllS
i kidney and bladder diseases. Adver- 11111
j tisement. iMiill
played thus far. The score was G-3, iH
G-S, G-4. i
. Briars Sieal B3ids ill
From Deposit Boxes jfl
GREENWOOD, Nebr., March 23.- Ifl
Burlars stole Liberty bonds from safe fH
ty deposit boxes of patrons of the tilfH
First National Bank here last night tflH
but failed in three attemps to blow IfLa
open tho bank's vault in which all o jfH
its money was kept. The amount o! JJ
their loot has not yet been ascc H
Legion Demands $1.50 II
Fsr Each Day in Service ill
j WAL.-iNGTON, March 23. The ex-
lecutivc committee of tho American liU
; Legion put up to congress the proposal i llifl
to pay adjusted compensation lo for- ( flfl
mer service men and women at ono 'llml
dollar and fifty cents for every day in 111
This action reversed a previous voto 'iilPfl
by the committee which recorded thir- Mil
ty-seven state representatives for the jilijH
legislative committee's plans for cash 1 liH
relief at ono dollar a day, adopted as n OH
substitute lor the original proposal ol jljH
fifty dollars a month. The commit- Hi H
i tee's determination to boost relief fol iiflil
I lowed a general review of a composite 'tH
bill which the legion will present to lli?fl
flie house ways and means committee Hlilifl
Wednesday, including privileged land ImhH
settlement, home building aid, and ex IffiH
tension of vocational training. IH
j Muffled voices must bo unconifort jl
able in warm weather.
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