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SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3. 1920. (HljP t&ttfo HrlXflUttltPl OGDEN, UTAH, jl
I The Leader
The best proof that the high price of
merchandise is a thing of the past is
evidenced by everything in The Leader
hen the child or mother is ready for
the new Fall Hat, Coat, Suit, Dress or
Waists, a glimpse at the way they are
priced at The Leader will convince you
that high prices are a thing of the past.
H Children's Aid Seeks
I Warm Clothing For
Little Folks In Need
Dear Ever'bod : We are wondcr
log It you will be glad to hear from
us again? We hope so. and ome
liov. we feel thai you will. Our
H beautiful Ammer has gone and the
lovcl.v autumn days are here, and
with them the school days, but a
liny hint of frost In 1 ho air reminds
us that little kiddle must have
1 rhoes and stockings and warm
M clothes, and so many of them are
looking to you through us for these.
H and we are not going to disappoint
B i ham, for the blessed Oj?den people
B never disappoint anybody, no matter
what the call may be. Ogden heart!
ure full and overflowing with loving
anxiety to help and so as in tho
past, we come to you, knowing wo
Hj shall not ask in vain. No, wo are
Hj not going to ask you for money this
V lime. Some day soon we shall have
io. but lhis time it is clothes, things
Will it and John, and Mary and Baby
Hj Ann have outgrown, not worn out,
but out-grown, for these other Willies
nd Johns and Marys and Baby
Anns can't wear worn out things
either, but. oh, they Just love the nice
v. arm things you are going to send
us. If you would only come up to
the Dispensary any Saturday after
noon and sec ,l,e J-v vour S1,,s trinfi
to these little ones you would give
Bl an( pive until it hurts, and in that
B hurt, dear people would come a joy
that passeth all understanding Oh I
i he blessed privilege of bringing
'smiles to' little faces that have
' grown old and sad So send us your
, shoes and stockings and little dresses
and coals and caps and mittens, and
the dress that you are tired of, for It 1
will make a lovely school dress for
Mary, and Daddy's old suit will make
a wonderful one for John, and enough
left to make gorgeous trousers for
little brother and Just for good
measure put in that piece of outing
flannel you bought at a sa'e little
folks get so cold sleeping under cov-
rs that aie so thin and so pitifully
few. and outing flannel makes won-:
derful nighties, too. ,
re generous, dear reader, our
Shelves are so bare and their cry iu ,
so true of, "Nothing to Wear"
Tlio.se drar little lads and lasses, I
so sweet, must have shoes anil stock
Inge for little bare fret. Help us to !
help them and you will have made.
"A friend in need" of the Children's
Send to Dispensary, over M
Iniyre-'s Drug store, No 2 if possible,
on Saturday afternoon, or call any
KLIZADETH SHAW HESS.
Secretary ot The Children V
, 1 oo
Cheaper Auto Insurance,
Kelly & Herrick. 6054
f The E. C. Chnstensen tailoring establishment in the
r Bavid Eccles building has been purchased by Lmd-
. . quist-Nylander, Tailors, and will be conducted by
j this firm in the future, specializing in both .
j LADIES' AD MEN'S
. Jl They invite their friends and customers of the for-
M mer management to visit the establishment and as
'M sure them of continued high grade workmanship and
M quality of material.
M CLEANING PRESSING REMODELING
I Lindquist-Nylander, Tailors
M 212 Eccles Building,
m I f
if ' i 1
Hunt For Feeding
Place Gets Him To
Tangoing For Chow
m it VRDEN,
I ran lnto.n bunch of old timer lit
Ithi Mealy hotel a tew minutes .- r t r i
iwtepped lrom one of the speedy trolley
oars of the d'iot lino the other da;
land :it once pulled the corkaorei
i he mental on'.
i All Kgtorters have 0 pet query that
is, a pel way of ojproachlng men
'and wltb u grin. 1 a?ked: 'What'
' stirring "'
' mi.- o l he Kfnls, ;i native son,
whtascd hack at mc, thinking, no
doubt, was after something hot,
Mtutlnc "Do you wiint an oarful of
fluff r the real ov down?"
It happened ttcit one men a fi-
nancler or at least a fear financier
ho hail three iron men lost n bet to
mc some steen months afro and be
t)ri hungry, be extended a kind weir
Icome to me. and elated mc with this
remark: "Let's bo to n dinner, nnd
lehat over old times. "
THEY . FORTH.
."Yer on," says I.
So vve hobbled forth to put On tho
j "nose bag "
It was Sunday evening and all was
We Journeyed up Twenty-firth street
and peered In all of the cafes. They
were jammed We visited the b-t lo
town; they were crowded ami It seem
ed like hundreds were In lino walling
'for dinner. Sunday wo were Informed
Is the biggest d.iy in the week for the
cafe nwii. i the majority of the town
folks dining out. so to spn.ik.
Not helng very hungry 1 hail hopes
i of eating two or three fried chickens,
some sliced tomatoes, several ears of
corn, a Jazzy dish of "spuds," hot bis-
Icults, Jelly, Ice cream, coffee and any
other sweet that was to be presented'
I was so hungry I could have eaten
Isawdur.t. But for three hours we hob
ibhd. here, there and everywhere, and
I Just as the clock struck '. bells o.
somethlnp musical we eniereo a swi-.
Joint on Twenty fifth street.
Elappy Yea' A smile went over
my t.iis countenance. He. too. was
hungry. This. however. aviated
I when a demure miss said "We ob
serve the Sabbath after 9 o'clock, and
'don't serve guests after that hour."
And so, down-hearted, we entered u
'coffee house, minus hunger, and en
Joyed sinkers and Java. 'Twas some
And d'yu know they tell me those
conditions exist every .-Minday. Yea
And one cafe man Informed us that
the people who eat out Sundays ano,
there are hundreds of 'cm -have to
stand In lino, waiting their turn It
reminded me of the old "navy" bean
But Bh bis name was Bill Invit
ed me lo the hotel and We enjoyed the
: evening chatting on the political prob
! lems ot the day.. Bill is u booster for
S. S. Association to
Meet Tomorrow Night
"New Ideas rule in the reilglous
world is well .ts In the trends of week-i
day life. Some of the churches In the
(aHt are now paying their Sunday
School teachers acd workers and re
quiring exact teaching in the church1
with all modern pedagogic method;-.
Others arc equipping the primary de
partments with all modern teaching
iiin.". l lie ruiuia. iihi oi ' 'mien
are Interested in these lines, though i
they may not be able to carry them
all' into effect." said Rev. John E. '
The October meeting of the Weber
County Sunday School union will be
hbl Monday nicht In the First Bres
byterlan church and the theme will
be The ForelooklnK Methods In Re
ligious Teaching " The program la OS
(a) "All Through the Night." 1
(b) "Come Unto Me."
Mrs. C. H. Stevens
Address "Modern Educational
.Methods as Factors In the Develop
ment of Character" Supt. W. Karl
Address "The possibilities of a Rule
Requiring Sunday School Scholars to
Pass Examinations for Each Promo
tion" Miss Marjorle I 'ay.
These addresses will be limited lo
fifteen minutes and a general discus
sion will close the evening.
Alleged Peeper Gets
Fine in City Court
Jeorge Sherman, colored, charged
Jwlth tresspass who appeared before
tie Ity court some time ago ami cn
i tcn-d a. idea of not guilty appeared
I before Judge i R, Robert) yesterday
morning and admitted his guilt.
He was glten u fine of $lt. Sherman
has been in Jail. more than 1 ' days
awaiting his trial. He lH alleged i"
have been peeping in windows near the
corner of (Irant avOAUC and Twenty-
third street. Nearly two weeJs before
I his arrest he was convicted on a slmi-
lai charge and given a 3i days sen
;t ncr in the city Jail, in view of the
fact that he hid bej-n In Jail nearl
two weeks prfor to his trial this morn
;lng, a comparatively light sentence
iwas given him.
To Teach at Ann Arbor
Miss Martha (Juernscy has left for
the fjntverslty of Michigan at Ann
I Arbor. She will instruct classes In rhe
toric and psychology sh: receiMd
her master degree last Jinn with th'
highest v,-hol i.-,t l aser.ige of the (,-iad-j
uating class. Miss Guernsey was for-'
mcrly a newspaper woman of Ogden
and during the early days of the war.
' was a reporter on the Examiner.
Five Couples Get
Marriage licenses were issued yes
t ei day In the county clerk's office to
Thomas J Williams and Clara B.
Itlchardson. of Ugden; Lawrence B
Hill and Anuie M Huncock, Ogden
James I,. Mcl-arland of West Weber
and Stella A. Mlchelson of HuhtsvlBe;
i Carl J Eaton and Mary E. OladweTI
I of l'ocatello, Ida . and John F. Krebs
and Ludmilla Balauck of Carson Cttv,
I Nev. I
i the "Gin Phiz" party while I wear the
colore of the "alcoholic blues" aggre
gation and my motto Is "You tell 'em
alcohol, you've got the spirit "
I And so we chatted and chatted and
chaiied and in my estimation didn't
"I've been sticking around the lob
hies of the ogden hotels for the pasi
'Week sopping up information," said
Mill "the trond of the Democratic
party Seem 8 to be against a wet plank,
fold icct-o! And they till me Bryan
wants to pull a pipe organ recital hero
On "Shall WC gather at I he t iver."
I "Speaking of the peerless one," says
I. "did you ::ce th advertisement I 1 1 1 -
inj a lecture at to Certain '. M. C- A
by Bryan, free of charge'.' Isn't it a
wonderful climate, nature sure la ex
pensive out here. And after helping
to wallop the famous fourteen polntD
lo- announces as his subject, "The
Ten Leper. '
"Grape Juice Bill, lecturing for
(nothing, you've got to show me," Bill
' Ml, II-..-. .1...... r II, lanllM ,,r
nations ?" nyi 1
"I dontio, allthey talk about is the
iikkcr question. More Interested ii
that than the candidates, oveh. Tjo
voters of fCentliclcy are strong for lib
eralism but some of them are still
'against a wet plank Many birds run
ning around with their tongues out .i
foot looking for a slug of hootch, wear
ICepaCka for spats. Here Wilson Ve
toed the Volstead act, but pongireas
scared stiff, passed it Huh the antl
saloon league has got 'em lumping
IthrOUgh the hoops."
m MORE B K-F1R1NG.
I "Yes," says 1. "They've ot no limn
I kick nowadays thun a mug of one hall
;Of one oer cent."
"I had a snort of the old fashioned
Stuff with a Democrat the other da
it carried the : -He back-fire, i me ot
my friends a staunch Democrat
carries It on the hip, on his breath,
and uses It for perfume on his hanky
Yet this self same guy Is yelling
against even a moist plank He's a
'dry. an Irrigated dry, lots mare like
him In Ogden."
I And we could have chatted until
November but lie- bright lights, la
Broadwuy, were dimmed low and after
exchanging greetings, the after dlnnei
mints, dished out a la political gnb.
drove away the hunger that lounged In
the bread boskets a few hours before
and all In all we both profited by the
, results Yea. that's when a feller
needs a friend but the Democrats,
the Kepublcans. nor any other party
could get me and Bill to vote for any
one other than the parties we repre
sent And with It all political gab is
a good remedy for an empty lunch
counter and If ye don't believe so.
Jlst you try It."
Crop to Surpass Last Year,
Beet topping In the Various beet
fields of L'lah and Idaho has been
started in the Amalgamated Sugar
company district according n n a
President S. M. Edgoll. The crop this
year will exceed ihat of previous
years according to Mr Edgi II despite
the fact that the companv is operat
ing with one leafl plant than they had
Lack of labor is hindering beet
topping, it is said. It Is expected,
however thai this condition will bo
remedied during the coming week
The acutal work in the Ogden 1'ac
lorv will not start for at least three
more weeks, the plani at this tinio
undergoing n pairs. Beets i"rotn this
list i let are being shipped to the Lo
gun and Bmithflsld factories.
Colonel on Way to
Post at Fort Scott
, Lieutenant Colonel Walter Fritz
berg, formerly un officer in the Rain
; bow division, and one of the first
officers to depart for France early
In 1917 was an Ogden visitor vestpr
day en route to the coast. He is en
route to Fort Scott at Ban Francisco
He was accoinpaii'ed by Mrs. Fritz
berg Colonel Fritsberg was one of
; the aides to QenersJ Pershing.
Both Rich and
Two essential good milk quali
ties both found in KLEEJN
From healthy, well-fed cows,
and bottled in our modern, sani
Safe and nourishing for your
children. Get It every morning
Phone 1 236
SMITH BROS Props.
G33 Thirty-first St Ogden
POLK DUNGING !
Rythm, Ballet and Ballroom
Dances to Be Taught
Classes In rythm and folk dancing '
I for small children from four to sev- !
; en years old, will he held at the
lierthana. Thuirday, iclober 7. at 4
i o'clock. Mrs 0. F Maxwell, the danc-;
Ink' Instructor, said yesterday that spe-:
' clal attention will ho paid to the little!
folks in her dancing classes.
Ball room classes will be stirted
i Thursday nlKht the I,, glnni rs to meet
at 8 p. jn. anil advanced pupils will
ouMonibls for Instruction-at 9:15 p. in.
Th Ohio fox trol. Tiny fox trot, fox
ve.-iltz, Wcslcyan. rainbow three-step,
Pepper one-step. New York one-step,
, Dream waltz, and others of varied, up-
lo-date steps endorsed by the several'
te.ohers' associations vlll he offered.
At the end of the session an in
formal hour will he spent In dancing
I each night for practice
. Next Saturday children'-' luiict danc
ing will start at 1:30 p. m. promptly)
jand the children's hull room dancing
jjda.'ses at 3:30 p. m.
I During the week a class exclusively
fbr hinh school tudv rfla will be formed
! j by Mrs. Maxwell She bus heen ap-;
.j-proached by i number of the girls
and boys of the High school for such
.la class nnd will announce details ut !
, ' :i not her time.
; Yesterday was registration day ex-
. cluslvely . Wednesday. October G, at 4 1
p. m , the first Mession of the ballet will
bo held. An admis 'o.n after the second,
lesson will require private work to
1 1 date to retain a balanced class, no,
jabseni.es made up.
It Is desired to conduct these classes J
upon a metropolitan basis and to fol-
. low the general rou'tlBt of the elty
MAKES BIS LATEST
picture in mm
Moist Cuban Atmosphere
Forms Background for the
Film Civilian Clothes"
Havana, which Is rapidly becoming
the Mecca for parched American-.
I serves as the locale for many or le
eenes in "Civilian Clothes." the ne .
Paramount picture In which Thomas
Melghan will be seen atthc Alham-
i bra theatre today and tomorrow The
only complaint which the players in
the picture registered regard
ing their stay In the Cuban capital
that Director Iluirh Ford kept
them moving so fast that they had
1 little time to fortify themselves against
irc.r return to the Great American
desert. However. Mr. Ford did not
' neglect I he opportunities for using lM
famous Havana racetrack and the col-
j orful carnival then being held In trie
Ity as background for scenes in the
"Civilian Clothes." adapted from
Thompson Buchanans ntagr play of
I the same name, tells the story of Cap
tain Sam McOlnnl- who won Florence
Lahham, a petted society girl, in
: Prance more on account of his hand
some uniform than anything el.se and
i married her. Cm his return to Ameri
ca In ill-fitting civilian clothes, his!
bride Is horribly dislllu.-doeed, but y ,
a clever scheme Sam proves that a
real man's worth Is In his heart rather i
i than his clothes. Martha Mansfield
has the leading feminine role in tne 1
The other feature on the program
Is Mack Swain, the only and original
Ambrose in a side-splitting two-reel
comedy of "Cdrls. Pap and Troubles.")
Says Husband Cruel;
Tires of Married Life
Charging that her hu'sband treated
I her cruelly and called her vile names,'
i Corneiu James yesterday filed suit ml
.the district ourt against ti'aorge M."
,J. lilies, who Is employed by the 1' J,
Moran company. In her complaint
Mrs Jamea sets forth that at ''arious
limes her husband as.-aultcd her apd
caused bodily Injury.
Mrs. JSmes asks dissolution of the
i marriage ties, alimony and the cus
I tody of four minor chiLdn n The c
1 pic was married In Salt Lake No-
V ember 1, 1 Mil".
S. I. S. Boy ScoeiIs
Get Parade Prize
I Bov Scout Troop T was awarded;
the prize i iff. red by the Ogden coun
cil for the best appealing troop inj
tin "Ogden on lh .March," parade
1 Friday rtisrht. it was announced yester
i day by Scout Kxecntlve G A. Goates. 1
The awarded was based on general.
Sppearance, conduct in line of march,
and best relative showing.
C- W, YVImmcr Is scoutmaster of the
troop, w hich Is composed of hoys of
the State Industrial school. '
'Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde
Will be shown at
Clearfield. Monday, Oct. 4,1
8:30 p. m.
Bear River City, Tuesday,
Oct. 5. 8:30 p. m. I
Plain City, Wednesday, Oct.:
6. 8:00 p. m.
Henefer. Thursday, Oct. 7,
8:3CT p. m.
Morgan Operp w0use, Fri
Iday, Oct. 8. 8:30 p. m. 6053 j
Apparel has enjoyed the approval of women of taste
because of its refreshing style and refined individuality
Yet pnees fcave been no greater than those often asked
lor productions of less distinction
We cannot but feel that the factor of Value has played
a leading role in the phenomenal growth of this shop gj
Advance Autumn Modes in smart Suits, Coats, Dresses W I
and Wraps are here. Your inspection, and price compar- W :f.
isons, are earnestly inited I Mk
nur Windows Tell the Styles - t jM
Never Again Will He
Be Hospitable Chap
Alexander Uozzl tells the world that
ho will never again bv hospitable. I
"Unce U enouprh." he says, elevating
I his riht hand.
' BAssI met a wanderer who hail no
place to sleep. A chance acquaintance
! was started and BossI, lo .-iccomodate
his new friend, who could find no
shelter, allowed him to sleep In h's
room, he said. When he arose yes
terday morning. Uozxl found the man
none al;o his watch, fountain pen .md
The police hav. In -n notified and
have heen given description of Hoz-
, zi s guest
High Jinks to Rule
at 4th Ward Carnival
High jinks, ail kmus of interesting
entertainment features and dancing. ,
are some of the good things promised '
those who attend the tail carnival of !
the Fourth Ward it. I A. w Inch will
be held In the Fourth ward hall, nexf
Wednesday night beginning nt S
o'clock. The committee in charge Is
making special Arrangements for in1
elaborate program and the evening
promises to be filled with action
25 women io peal tomatoes.)
Van Alen Canning Corp. 5479
Park City Elks at Jj
Smoker for C. A. Boyd j
Thirty Elks from Park City were fm- M
the guests of Ogden lodge at a R Jl
Boyd night smoker In the club rooms Ri '5
Friday nk-ht , - .
i Boyd ' presented with an I M I
honorary life membership card as H9
an i xpn sslon lodge's thanks
tor his many past services BS9
The presentation speech was made Bffgj
by t oi J A Howell, who was elo I
quent .in giving voice to Doyd's
man i qualities
Mr Boyd madt a nttlng response. ';
Several ol the Park t'lu EHks were J I
called upon to speak and they re- W.
yponded in happy vein. H',.$m
Following the lodge session there HVlfl
was an open session during which Kb'i
the El's were entertained by Hawal- IKft
ian singers and dancers.
The concluding event of the even- fijjfl
ln was a sumptuous btilfel luncheon. V
Henry Held Here for SI
California Police 9
i in information furnished by Sheriff
Frank Harnett of OaRlAnd, Cal., Harry Hfc ' t
Henry! 3103 Adafps avenue. wu. ar- Tta"a
r. st il yesterday morning by Detective! ciC a
W, A. Tavlor ;ind Robert Jones. Wa'TiM
it is alleged thai Henry purchased
ii na utomoliile and then departed frorn f
California .vlthout having completed ' ''
payment on the car He Is being held
until officers from California arrive
to take him back to Oakland. r
t ; I
10 Per Cent I
Millinery Sale I
A ii of our beautiful bats, taken from our regular ge- fM
led stock to be sold during the coining week ;tt ;i dis-
count of 10 PER CENT. We are doing this to enable j
I'vi-ry )iil in t.K'ilcii to hint; a new ami distinctive hat in mm
attend the state fair also conference in Sail Ijake
We were also very fortunate in purchasing a satuplo I
hue ut' the very latest imi'lcls in millinery. Rep;ular val- JH
iics $10 and $12 Those t. be s..ld at, $4.95 each. j
Laurene F. Folkerson HL
"DISTINCTIVE MILLINERY" Ii j
With PAINE & HURST j