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f THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN. UTAH. TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 10 M
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I MATMB&S Daity 24ND 4-Pi0f I
I You'll be more sure of a seat at the Matinees 1
1 The Night Riders ADDED ATTRACTION
I Sreat lQlld& I Ted Greenwell Sings I
1 The Moonshiners' Revenge ,,t m,- , , I
1 The Great Leap on' Horse- In 01d Kentucky (
1 back Composed by Anita Stewart f
The Great Race Scene l I
I EXTRA A Cuckoo Comedy, "Starting Out in Life" j
I Nights, 7 and 9 p. m.; 30c and 10c j?
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I LAR PRODUCTION 1
I Forest Protection '
Week, May 23 to 29
Governor Simon Bamberger will de
clare the week of May 23 to 29 "For
est Protection" week, according 10 in
formation received at the forest service-
offices from Salt Lalce yesterday.
The week will be set aside fcr the pur
pose of bringing before the people a
realization of what the forests, And
the natural resources contained there-1
in, mean to the United States. Over
?300,000 has been spent in the inter-)
mountain country to combat forest
fies, L. P. Kneipp stated.
I Be Slender
The tnn way U b;omo ttndcr. aclle. hMlthy
li now jour. S" tlic picture; Uio chidoTTS tro
to ett jou Wm of slis bofots r
tlacilon of welsht. No nwnl of fo-fL
ttarrim: yourself or tcUtoui t'tr- -vl
clus. No dorfnc -nltU ealU, t'jc: VSf?J
io thyroid, no loj of tine. Juit ' -lollaw
tho clrr.plo, ea:y kcrtla lyu jR V
rc-r ten "J rcdnca y"? j.
Wj, 10 to CO pound! b Y
13P Si, (wbatotcr ycu need to1 andcr
rv ff 1M cash cuiranlfs. Pifo, rs
liable, recommended, by pbnlcUns.
Add to your cipbllUy anJ
X xm eh- Amno all nha kzerr jou.
ti, Become lljhter In itcp. younetr
, ) , Im'la appear anco. attractlvr. giln In
aeilrn, &dd yews to your llfol nfcommendKl by
pliyildans. A for OIL OF KOREIN at tny
iron etoxc Accept do substitute, ll coraw in x
box. Trtth jruarinicc Or wrjio for isti troefcuro to
KOREIN CO., Station F, New York City
I Winners of Oratorical
Contest are Named'
Ruth Scowcroft, Mark Jones and
Clarence Brown, Weber Normal col
lege students, were winners of the ora
torical contest tryouts held yesterday
afternoon at the school.
The three winners of the Weber
Normal college contest will compote
with three Ogden High school stu
dents Thursday, March 5, at the Ogden
tabernacle, where an oratorical con
test will be hold under the auspices
of the Sons of the American Rcvolu
At lho meeting of the Asbestos In-!
sulation and Sunshino Co. the follow-!
mg officers were elected as follows -Hugh
Holdaway, manager; F. A
Huish, president; D. S. Tracv, vice
president; Thomas WWcnsen, secre-tary-treasurer;
John Genta, director.
The designation of the company was
formerly tho Omaha Cleanser and
I 48,000 Il
Hj Five million pcoplek
use it to KILL COLDS
H CASCARA qUIN I Nt
Standard cold remedy for 20 year.
H '"la. blet form iafe, IUre, no
B oplates breaks up a sold in 24
H b u " relieves crip In 3 divx.
LLLH vrWnuliuniLW.CCDUine box h Red
vuml'l Ml'pictur' ' h Mr HII1'
"NQj Ae Ail Drug Stent
Society to Visit Temple
An excursion to the Salt Lake temple
has been arranged by the members of
tho Ogden stake genealogical society
for Thursday, March 25. All persons
desiring to visit the temple on that
date .nre invited to join in tho excur
sion. Full particulars can be obtained
from Thomas Clark at the Sumraerill
Stove store on Washington avenue
near Twenty-third street.
j Weber Co. Dairymeia
to Meet Wednesday
To discuss a better milk supply tho
Weber county dairymen are to gather
ai a meeting in the offices of the coun
ty farm bureau on Wednesday at 2
T. B. Powell, chairman of the dairy
committee will preside.
WflBam JL Tafi Busy
Laying Out City Lots
That WIlHam H. Taft is now en
gaged in laying out city lots and is
working out plans for an extension of
the city sewer- system for Burley, Ida
ho, is news contained in the "forest
'service news bulletin. Taft was a for
mer assistant ranger in the forest
(service, and, according to the bulletin,
lis not the former president of the
Another New Industry
For Ogden Assured
Many Ogden- people arc having their
homes fitted up with Asbestolate, the
new non-conductor of heat and cold,
and all aro enthusiastic ovor the re
sults. The future of the new product
as a permanent building material,
seems to be assured. Call Asbestolate
Products Company. Phone 141 6-W
and 2G29-R. 352c
Reunion of Centra!
WASHINGTON. March 23. Agita
tion for reunion of the Central Ameri
can republics into one nation has been
revived in Guatemala, according to ad
vices, the result being that a tense po
litical situation has developed.
President Cabrera, of Guaiemala.
has been an active- opponent of the
Salvador and Honduras have been
contending for such a union for years,
Costa Jlica is favorable but Nicaragua
RUSSIA IN NEED OF
BILLIONS OF RUBLES
WARSAW, March 23, Thirty-two
billion rubles in gold is tho sum need
ed by Russia to restore herself, ac
cording to the Polish government offi
cial telegraph news agency, which
quotes soviet newspapers to that ef
fect. 00 .
And one more crack at the liquor
. question, which is a question for us no
longer, a little light wine will 'guide
any man home nawadays.
WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY
MEETS APPROVAL OF
At the regular meeting of the Og
den Trades and Labor Assembly held
last night the movement to procure
a weekly half-holiday for clerks and
business employes was endorsed.
Arrangements wero also made for a
meeting on Thursday to lay plans for
the political program of the American
Federation of Labor, which organiza
tion has announced a policy of sup
porting thoso candidates who are most
friendly to labor.
1 Campaign to Start
m Ground Squirrels
B. B. Richards of the biological sur
vey, arrived in Ogden today to con
fer with C. E. Pettlgrcw, county crops
Inspector, and W. P. Thomas, county
agricultural agent, on the matter of
ground squirrel eradication. Mr.
Thomas stated that an extensive cam
paign to cxterminalo the troublesome
rodents would be pursued.
Southern Pacific to
Enkrse Wire Offices
To enlarge the Southern Pacific
telegraph offices at the Union depui,
the office now used by the Union Pa
cific claim agent will be converted
Into a completely equipped "ticker"
room. This announcement was made
this morning by Superintendent H. L.
Bell of the Ogden Union Railway and
Depot company. The U. P. claim agent
wilKoccupy another suite of offices. j
THEDA BAR A in a big
special, "La Belle Russe" at;
the L3rceum tomorrow and
Giifi to Join U. S.
to Prevent Conflict1
BUENOS AIRES, March 21. Chile
has replied to the United States' note
'asking the former country to "leave
nothing undone to prevent a conflict
between Peru and Bolivia," according
to Santiago dispatches.
Chile has no other desire than for
peace, says the note, which cxpresser
full confidence that Bolivia will appre
ciate her duties in respect to foreign
ers domiciled in her territory.
The Peruvian charge d'affaires here,
Interviewed today by La Nacion, said:
"Official dispatches received at the
legion givo the impression of a ds- (
appcaranco of the possibility of a seri
ous conflict between Peru and j
Of ' for HAIR
'lift AN INDIAN'S SECRET
Llgft 0n of lho potent InordlcntJ of
Ew Kotalho for the hair It cciiulno hear'
"UfiH oil, 'Jlicre aro other ccUto InirnllcnU I
JUlt not found In any other hair prepsra
Hon. Ivotxlko has tucrfcdcvl In man?
cairs of baldness, falling hair end
dandruff when eierr aihtr hair lotion or treat
ment liru proved futile. J3C0 Guarantee. A mar
ine rulu In cues conside.-ed liopelcu. You
nover taw a bald Indlnnt
Why cetoroo or remain ti If you can crovr
hair? Tf othrrs hair obtained a new trowlh or
havo conauered dandruff, or (topped falllnc hair
thxouch. ICfttnlkd. uh'J miy not vout Get a box
of KOTALKO at any busy druc tore: or vnd 10
cent, tlh'r or sUmni. for BBOCITUKE wlt
I'noop nnx of Kotaiuo to
J. D. Erittaia, Inc., Station F, New Yorli, N. V.
Soviet Arks to Carry
Relief to Needy Europe
NEW YORK, March 22 Relief ships
to be sent by the United States within
the next month with flour for needy
countries of Europe also are going to
be soviet arks, according to informa
tion obtained from immigration offi
cials here today. More than -100 Rus
sians, Finns and Poles from all pares
of the country will be shipped on them
The deportees will Include many
who were arrested in raids on mem
bers of tho communist party'in Janu
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
Cut out this slip, enclose Avith 5c
and mail it to Foley & Co., 2S35 Shef
field Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your
name and address clearly. You will
receive ia return a trial package con
taining' Foley's Honey and Tar for
coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidn v
Pills for pain in sides and back; rheu
matism, backache, kidney and bladdc
ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, for constipation, biliousness,
headache, and sluggish .bowels. A. R.
Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement.
30 ENLISTED MEN
GOING TO ENGLAND
NEW YORK. March 23. Thirty en
lised men of tho United States navy
now stationed at the Rocknwav naval
air station, will leave wifhin a few
days for London to study at an Eng
lish dirigible school prepartory to "at
tempting a trans-Atlantic flight with
the R-38, sister ship of the R-34, It was
announced at naval recruiting headquarters.
Call a physician. Immedi- Jfcy
ately begin "emergency" ffiflQ
treatment with J$$x)
"YOUR BODYGUARD'- - ZQr. OOffSO
; Cut fiie cost !
BY raising your calves on
BlatcMord's Calf Meal
you can save both milk and
money. You can save milk
because every pound of
Blatchford's Calf Meal
makes a full gallon of pure,
rich milk-substitute a milk
substitute which contains all
the nutritive and growth-'
producing, properties the calf I
requires. You can save
money because at present
market prices a gallon of
milk sells for three to four
times the retail cost of a
pound, of calf meal.
We handle, recommend and
BELL BROS. FEED CO.
, FARRELL & JACKSON
INTERMOUNTAIN PRODUCE CO.
i P. C RICHARDSON
WESTERN GRAIN & FEED CO.
JOB PINGREE, Jr.
'General Wood's Name
Da ffateia Ballot
HELENA, Mont., March 23. Major
General Leonard Wood's name will be
placed on the presidential preferential
primary ballot in M6ntana for vote
Apijil 23, Fletcher Maddox of Great
Falls, assistant attorney general of the
United States during the Taft admin
istration, said today.
Petitions to place the general's name
on the Montana ballot are being mail
ed to Republican organization's in all
parts of the state from Helena today,
and will be filed shortly.
Extensive Fire Campaign
Planned by Foresters
.T. E. Scott, national forest exam
iner, with offices in Ogden, has depart
ed for San Francisco to make arrange
ments for an extensive fire prevention
campaign, which will be carried out in
all western forests during the coming
He will be on the west coast for a
period of two weeks during which time
he will make arrangements whereby
officials of the Pacific coast forests
will be working, in cooperation wlih
officials of the intermountuln forest.s.
REACHES NEW YORK
NEW YORK, March 23. Georges
Carpentier, heavyweight boxing cham
pion of Europe, who served France In
the world was as an aviator, arrived
hero today and, was cordially welcom
ed by sporting enthusiasts and delega
tions from the French colony. He was
accompanied by his 17-year-old bride
and his manager, Francois Dcschamps.
Carpentier will be entertained here
for several days and then will nfakc a
trip to the Pacific coast.
PANAMA CANAL IS
CLOSED BY SLIDES
PANAMA, March 23 The Panama
canal has been closedjfor two days, all
ships being affected by the order be
cause of a landslide in the Cucaracha
section of the waterway, according to
an official announcement, Dredges are
expected to clear aw3y lho debris and
mako tho canal safe for ships by
and shooting pains
gives quick relief.
In tubes and easily
applied. Get one
Thos. tmlnc A Co.. N. Y. j
W(H SHAVE 1
"When ym only remove? Iinlr
from the airrfnco of tho ahln the
rcn nit U the name an BbaTins. Tho
only coramon-wnie Tray to remore
hair La to attnek It under the akin.
DeMlrncIc, the orldual -nnltary
llanld, doe thla by absorption.
Only tfonulno DcIlrncle has a
money-back cmarantee In ;nch
package. At toilet conntera In OOc,
SI and $3 alxea, or ty mall from
oo In plain Trrnpper on receipt of
KHEB book mailed In plain
nenlcd earelopo on reqnoat. De- H
Miracle, 120th St. and Park Are, I
N'err Torlc. 1
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1 A goodVplace to TRADE X I
I " MILLINERY DEPARTMENT . , S jj
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j ' Special Sale of Children's . $4S ' j i
j - and Misses9 Hats j j
I ' Regular Values' to $5.00''' - 1 ' I fl!
I : ' ' ' jj I
r . Hemp, Milan Hemp, Patent Milan, Basket Weaves, Sailors, Roll Brims, ' ? f j
a- Quaint Pokes; black and and white and colors; every wanted style 1 ll
and size. ... - - , A 11
I ; ' Ji' SPECIAt VALUES'".'-'.;. '''' - ' ll
GOVERNMENT MAN IS
j .HOOVER'S SECRETARY
WASHINGTON, March 23. Chris
tian A. Herter, of New York, a special
attache to the state department inj
charge of matters pertaining to thei
league of nations, has resigned to be
comp secretary to Herbert Hoover.
THIEVES STEAL WHISKY.
OMAHA, Neb., March 23. Liquor
thieves took 300 pints of whisky evi
dence from the basement of the court
house last night They filed through I
a locked steel chain to gain entrance. W
WHICH REMINDS US THAT ft)
The men who Hooverized on their w 1
meals during the war will probably V IE
Hooverize on their vote, we suspect !
Steels ' .1
Make" the Maxwell Thrifty
O EVERAL million dollars have been expended to pVovide more clc- I Bl
gance, more refinement, more comfore to the current Maxwells. I Wk
It is in ever so many ways'a superior appearing- car; superior, too,
cost a penny more to run a JVlaxwell than it 'did a year ago. ' WW
The underlying 'principle 0f every Maxwell is to give economic 1
llllll III transportation. I m!S
Such a rare combination means high cost steels. figg
And you would find, if you compared a Maxwell with any car,
1. They are light in. weight and . hence give more mileage on a
gallon of gasoline. I ""
2. As they are fine steels they give long and uninterrupted wear. Mm
Which are but two of many reasons for that definite tendency of
' This will supply but 60o of the demand. 'MW
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