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The Ogden standard. [volume] (Ogden City, Utah) 1913-1920, March 31, 1920, LAST EDITION - 4 P.M., Image 9

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pi 5 Easter Suit J
I SB ZH ey,re nere in tne new Chesterfield Suits gJ
K for Men and Young Men
R Lsffi The qualities are superior and the prices are
Kt not igh or tle ne tailoring and fabrics that gg
H wr" go into these garments. Come in and let us SET
mk -JB snow nem to you at t&
P 5j $35.00 $45.00 $55.00 J
It The high cost of living has shown many peo- M
If pie the convenience of our EASY PAY- ly
K Jgj MENT PLAN that entails no extra cost. 1
J 1 1 The National ij
ll! 2345 Wash. Ave. Harry Reisshriber, Mgr. : sf jv
"The Home of Chesterfield Clothes."
S Magee Charges Heydler
W With Misstatements
JSlfl ' CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 31. Lee
tjffllfll Magee, professional baseball player, in
"Srffit a signed statement issued today, said
jt& President John Heydler of the Na-
tional league" makes "a wilful mis
' statement" when he says that charges
against the magnates have not been
E filed by Magee. Magco demands that
Slinf if Heydler llHS an' complaint against
nBt him, charges be preferred.
Mageo's statement follows:
j K "I am a professional ball player and
depend upon my salary for a living for
myself and my family.
"You have barred mo from major
league ball, without any charges
against me and without granting a
"I demand that if you have any com
plaint against me that you prefer
charges in the manner provided by
your constitution and afford mo an op
portunity to defend myself under the
method therein contained.
"When you say that I have not filed
with you written charges against the
magnates you make a wilful misstate
ment." nn
Every time wo seo an excessively
at person, wo can't help but think of
all the food that Is going to waste.
II Select Your Hat Now
Jjj ft , ff We have just unpacked a wonderful
IS, new line of beautiful EASTER
ft ! ffi HATS. Every hat is an example of i
Iff ; I jg L art, perfect in workmanship and the
ft I m Jf PI Vy , utmost in style value.
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I :! $15
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k A Special ' A Special
f of Trimmed VISIT Line of Ready.
JSl Hat3 for OUR trWear Hata,
jJJI ! Mioseo and MILLINERY Sailors and
Matrons, DEPT. Odd Shapes.
k Tailored and $5,00
gjl ; Dressy $5.00
Union Pacific train which arrived in
Ogden this morning were festooned1
with Icicles which had formed between
Granger, Wyo., and Ogden. The train j
crew reported that one 6f tho worst
blizzards of the season is now raging.
In Wyoming and that tho temperature
has been flirting with the zero marki
throughout tho night. j
None of the morning trains were de-j
layed, but opinions that afternoon
trains from tho east might be late was
expressed by several railroad officials, j
Colonel C. A. Black, right-of-way
agent for tho Union Pacific, stated!
that this winter lias been one of tho
most severe that has been experienced
on the Union Pacific mountain tdivl
sion for several years.
H. C. Bell, superntendent of the Og
den Union Railway and Depot com
pany, said that this winter rivalled
that of 1917, when rotary snow plows
were ordered out of Green River, Wyo.,
on May 1 to clear the right-of-way of
snowdrifts. ,
First see that the tablets you
take are marked with the
"Bayer Cross"
The Bayer Company, who Introduced
Aspirin tell in their careful directions
in each package -of genuine "Bayer
Tablets of Aspirin" that to get best
results one or two glasses of water
should be drank after taking t 'blots.
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" to be
genuine must be marked with the safe
ty "Bayer Cross." Then you are get
ting the world-famous Aspirin, pre
scribed by physicians for over eigh
teen years.
Bach unbroken "Bayer" packago con
tains proper directions for Colds,
Headache, Toothache, Earache, Nou
itlgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuri
tis, and for Pain generally.
Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets
cost but a few cents. Druggists also
coll larger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin
if tho trade mark of Bayer Manufac
ture of Monoacetlcacidestcr of Salicy
llcucld. Advertisement.
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Having featured the payment of the
last indebtedness against the lodge by
a brilliant celebration last evening,
members of Ogden lodge No. 719 B. P.
O. Elks, today were discussing what
new worlds should be conquered aud
the general impression previals that
the lodge soon will order the construc
tion of a combination gymnasium and
bachelor apartment building on tho
site in the immediate rear of the Elks
When tho last bond was burned last
night to the accompaniment of loud
cheering, the Ogden Elks had complet
ed the payment of nearly $70,000 in
eight years. This was two years less
than the time promised to those who
bought tho bonds. In view of this fi
nancial achievement it was tho sense
of tho Elks that the lodge should un
' dertako another great project and tho
! gymnasium and bachelor apartment
' plan seems to be meeting with the
greatest favor.
Dr. R. S. Joyce, the first exalted
ruler of Ogden lodge, presided at the
"old timers" session. Among the Elks
who spoke were: Tho Rev. John Ed
ward Carver, Mayor Frank Francis,
T. C. Foley, Exalted Ruler Miller of
Salt Lake lodge, Judge John C. Tobln
of Salt Lake, W. G. Wilson, the Row
John W. Hyslop and C. A. Boyd.
Music was furnished by the Ariel
quartet of Salt Lake. A surprising
feature was provided by a group of
pretty young women of the Piff Paff
Pouf production.
Excellent refreshments were served
following the "old timers" session.
Salt Lake Elks came to Ogden for
the occasion in a special Bamberger
train chartered for the occasion.
Perseverance lodge, No. 98, Locomo-'
tive Firemen and Enginemen, are to
entertain tho members of their fami
lies and friends at the Eagles' hall
next Tuesday evening, when they will
give a card party and tnusical. Re
freshments will be served.
Foley's J
Honey and Tar
and mucus, slops that tickling, opens j
tho air passages for easier breathing
and coats the raw, inflamed surfaces ,
with a healing, soothing medicine.
Grateful Father Tells What It Did.
W. E. Curry, 130 Up Cth St., Evans
vllle, Ind., writes: "I have a little '
girl 6 years who has a good deal of,
trouble with croup. I have used Foi-,
ey's Honey and Tar Compound, giving
It to her according to directions, and ,
obtaining Instant relief for her. My I
wife and I use it whenever bothered
with a bad cold or cough, and I will
say that It is the best remedy for a
bad cold, cough, throat troublo or
:roup that I ever saw."
Parents who use Foley's Honey and
Tar know It Is safe and no harm will
come oven if an overdose should be
given by accident. It tastes, good and
children like It. It won't upset tho del
icate etomaoha of young children, del
icate persons or elderly people. A R.
Mclntyro Drug Co. Advertisement.
Lack of Funds !
Many opportunities have B I
to be passed up, because of B
lack of funds. H
All men of foresight and H ;
expectation of success must I
realize the true worth of a !
Savings Account. j
A banking connection with I
this strong well-established j
institution will be of value to
you in the pursuit of business
success. We will welcome
your account.
The board of trustees of the Uiah
Agricultural college held its annual
spring business meeting Saturday,
March 27, in the church office building,
Salt Lake City, at which the faculty
appointments wero made for 1920-21.
An important chango in the faculty
Is caused through the resignation of
Prof. John T. Caine III. who for the
past four years has been director of
the extension division, previous to
which he was professor of animal hus
bandry and animal husbandmen in tho
extension division. Professor Caino is
entering the commercial field, in tho
employ of the Utah Condensed Milk
company. He leaves the college after
a period of most excellent, service
with many friends all over the state.
He stands very high In the country
sections in his chosen field of work
animal husbandry. His succossor has
not yet been appointed. J
Entrance Fee Raised. j
The board of trustees raised the col
lege entrance fee from $5.00 to $10,
in order to meet in part tho very great
Increase In tho cost of maintenance.
Tho student body fee was also raised
from $5.00 to S10 upon joint recom
mendation of faculty and students, and
the entrance fee for summer school
studonts was Increase from $G to $10.
The increase in the student body fee
was necessary if tho very high stand
ard of student activities was to bo
maintained. I
President Peterson, in reporting to '
the board tho general condition of the
college, commented very favorably
upon tho clean, healthy spirit of the
student body. "Tho students have es
pecially honorod t,he collego through
tho cleanliness, the high quality and'
sportsmanship which has characterize
ed the student activities," said Presi-'
dent Peterson. "Instead of injuring
tho good namo of the collogo through j
rowdyism and general disorder they i
have taken every caro to safeguard the'
honor and dignity of tho Institution."
Financial Condition.
The general financial condition of
tho college was carefully gono over b7
tho board. Tho institution, caring as
It is for many more students than evor,
before in Its history, is forced to econ
mizo In order to caro for this enroll-!
ment and perform its other' functions j
in an extension and experimental way.;
Tho board accepted, subject to minor
adjustments, tho new agricultural on-:
glneerlng building from tho contrac-,
tor. I
Tho financial report indicated that
the earnings of tho college during the
period of the war under tho contract
! ' Men's Stiop - H
I a lilgll These Are i ft
i ' H(J Busy Days
I ' ' A 7h The noise of ood values j
Ei that we have siven this i 1
! Syfr spring in men's suits, has ; J
( m-'4. way. We are sending j
I Bp4 &Jsf suits to id.aho to Nevada j
Pf We're selling more suits
j MBfeMIV 11 to Ogden men than we ; j
I , J9p mt$Y gPfffl you've been dreading the j
I ipIlP -Wt hm buyin& of an Eastersuit j
I wSlR ' ':' mSW a look. These prices seem , j
s WMW- : '?& before-the-war. We
I 'm ?35 ydU$45itSthat c 'I
j 'Sfi MM will open your eyes !
1 mmmm ' WM especially if you have j H
I M: been snPPm& around. - j
ililM P as e wea-er warms' up. f
? S fiplijll But there will not be again
1 ' f S WMsmm this year a chance like this I
l w 181111 to supply them. j
I , r I llR sillP We have $8000.00 worth of 1
fS wiplll new silk shh'ts in stock j
5 ' v fS riSht now- Tnis is a whole- H
I 1: 1 sae luantity we Pai a I
5 llllP wholesale price. You can
S ' y a right good silk shirt H
'SSSfebt 'm tlie season you'll find the
igp5 .Sk best colors and patterns i
'with the U. S. war department for tho
training of soldiers was in the neigh
borhood of $70,000, which tho war de
partment allowed to be applied in part
upon new buildings and equipment. It
is probablo that few Institutions in
America profited so extensively as the
collego in this work. Government re
ports especially commend tho wise use
of these funds.
College Growing Rapidly.
The college, It was reported, is pass
ing now through tho most vigorous
period of growth in its history, in stu
dent enrollment, in buildings and
equipment, and in general support
throughout tho state. Over 10,000 stu
dents and parents are being met In
organized instruction throughout the
state, including all extension classes
and project workers.
President's Report.
President "Peterson reported the
prospects for 1920-21 as follows:
"The prospects for tho coming year
are exceedingly bright. Interest in ne
collego everywhere in tho state is
keen. Tho fruits of Utah Agricultural
collego training in salaries, honorable
positions and leadership whereever
W J. I II .-11 ...
Get two crops in om 07n w
Season. Start Now. See v k yff III ff !
that your equipment is j y KJWh
The proper tools will ufy))
add tremendously to the Wwn) I
pleasure you get from y xtffe-
making your garden a j
I financial success. jr0oT
If you know what you )n5?$a
want in the way of IJ j
tools come and let us JC xSzm '
explain the long-wear- "Jz5
ing qualities of our
makes. If you don't know what you want, come
I anyway and we'll help you to decide.
We carry a fine assortment of Flower Seeds
WaSson-Flygare Hardware Co.
our students go, are better known now
than ever.
"In addition to the usual opportuni
ties In agriculture, home economics,
commercial, mechanical, agricultural,
engineering, and general scientific
vork, the salaries being paid for high
school teachers in agriculture, home
-'Cononiics and the trades and indus
tries is very inviting. One of tho most
Important functions of the college for
tho next decado or so is tho training
of such teachers. We will have next
i'all unquestionably the heaviest en
rollment In our history. Tho present
freshman class of over 400, which is
ver 100 per cent larger than any pre
vious freshman clSss, clearly points
the way tho college is going.
"To help caro for these studonts Lo
gan City is rushing forward an ex
tensive building program."
Those present at the meeting were
President Ivlns, and Trustees Wright,
Odell, Stephens, Skidmore, Hayball,
Peters and Hansen.
Speak kindly to tho little hen,
And feed her well, wo beg;
Perhaps, dear reader, now and then,
Sho may give you an egg.
Youngstown Telegram.
Speak kindly to tho family cow,
And harsh words never utter;
She may reward you with, I trow,
A golden pat of butter.
Canton News.
Treat tenderly the busy bee,
And soothe her nervous fears;
And she will help you laugh with glee
At sugar profiteers.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Speak softly to professor, boys.
And hail his thoughts with glee; jH
And never worry him with noise
And you may get an "E."
Reserve Weekly.
Speak kindly to your little wife,
(Amen World without end!)
And maybe, these bleak winter nights, IH
The furnace she will tend. IH
Sister's Sister.
Speak kindly to the little dog,
And when he howls, don't rago;
For maybe somo flno winter morn, jH
He'll treat you to sausage.
We are still wondering whether or
not the ex-kaiser received his Iron
crosses on his birthday.
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