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I WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, 1920. Ollt tUttcU " l X U lit 1 tt T 1 OGDEN, UTAH,
I Ogden Public Health
For Xmas Seal Drive
organization of the Opd'Mi mid W
ber county branch of the Utah l'ub
lie Health association was practically
H oomph'ted lat evening, when a Rl00t-
H Iiik of members was hsld In the David
Eccles building, the president and ex
H ccutlve committee being named
1 George D. Bennett was chosen presl-
I dent and tho following executive com
mittor mem ben choncn: Mrs Ralph
; K. Bristol Mrs Douglas Watson, -Mrs.
E. C. Rich, 13. S. Hinckley. Frank
A M. Drlggs and J. U. Eldredgc. Jr .
mi rrr FRIDAY.
H The committee will meet Friday
H noon at the Weber Clllb rooms and will
H then select the complete membership
H of the various committees that will
H assist in the Christmas seal drive
H Preparations lor this campaign are ul-
H rrady under way, the allotment for the
H Ogden organizatiou being 55.00ft and
H th.a for the slate being $45,000 One
H year ago, there were .sold In gden
and Weber county, similar seals lo the
H amount of S2.2S-i.GS.
M Lodges, clubs, church organizations,
business men and others will have
H representatives on lh- seal committees
H Tin exact details of the campaign will
H no: be announced until after the Fri
day meeting. Selection of a sec re -
B tnry who run devote his or her entire
V time to supervision of the drive is
Hj Dr T. 15. Beatty, state health com-
H missloner was one of the speakers at
H the meeting last evening He said that
H the survey In Ogden showed that there
B are 49 active cases of tuberculosis re-
H ported. A more complete canvass he
H paid would probably reveal the total
H number to be between 10(:iiid 1 K 0
H cases There are from 1,000 to 2,000
H cases In the entire Stale. As thf work
H of the Utah Public Health association
Is largely devoted to ih im ht Iiik of
H the ' preat white plague," the figures
H are considered of much Importance.
H showing what Ogden must do In fight-
H Ing tuberculosis In Its own section.
H This is made possible by the plan of
Fj d.hc campaign, It was shown, for 96 per
cent of the money raised through seal
sales will be spent in Igdeh, the re-
ftj .mainder of five per cmt being the
H total amount sent away for national
FORMER GOVERNOR SPEAKS
B "". Hebor M. Wells, former governor of
H I't.-ih, spoke regarding the difference
H I between the funds raised by mcmber-
H ship and those by Baal sales. The
P- membership plan is (.. secure as mato
possible In th lion who
will not only give financial but also
B moral snport to the movement Fifty
H per cent of these fees are sent to the
B national association, the other fifty
1 Per cent remaining for local and state
B 33rk. However, the proportion on the
HI j "eal sab- artiviili-s Is mm h In . ;.i
BWJ local funds, beinfc 'j' per cent for use
VI dlrectlv In the city and county.
HHHl A review of the health survey work
BWV : carried on for several months in s-
HHVj den has been prcpari l by Miss Sophie
HHB 1' Larsori, the public health nurse. '
BWJ This shows that tlx- health association
BW i work in Weber county has Involved all'
HHI kinds of sickness cases. Miss Larson
BWJ j: has talked to many mothers- organize-!
B ; tlOns and also lo individuals i euaruliur 1
HBHJ ':i health work, has sought out eases of
H illness. In some Instances has done
1 bedside nursing. has visited the phyal-
II cians. looked after the needs of the;
V' stricken families and otherwise car-
KVI ried through a program of activities'
AVI which involved visits to more than 100
families each month.
BV a new phase of the Christmas seal
J drive this year will be the sale of
J health ' bonds'- ranging in denomlna-
BBBI tion from $5 to ?10", e;.ch carrying t. n
HHJ Each of these bonds Is "secured by"
BBBI the scientific research, organization
and experience of thr National Tu-,
Iben ulosls association and Its affiliated
state and local associations which
guarantee tho holder that the mone
it represents win bs sp-'U In commu
nity, Btate and nation, along the lines
indicated In the coupons attached.
iTho coupons read thus
The campaign against tuberculosis
'will further organise community ef-
Ifort to ontrol tuberculosis bv securing
adequate legislation and all othor pro
Will aim to educate all communities
!bv literature, exhibits, lectures and
publicity regurditiK the nature, treat'
nient and prevention of tuberculosis:
Will seek, by thn introduction of the
I modern health crusade to train all
school Children In correct health hab
its, ) Will seek to provide enough more
laanltorlum and hospital beds to ac
commodate every consumptive needing
Will seek to follow up esses dls-,
I charged from santtorla to prevent ro
I lapses and provide suitable occupation
for arrested eases;
Will provide, where possible, dis
pensaries and consulting experts to
assist physicians In the discovery of
early and suspected cases of tubercu
H.sN Will aim to provide public health
nurses with a knowledge of tubercu
losis in every community to give prop
er home care and Instruction In all
cases needing it .
Will endeavor to establish open air
schools or fresh air classes and pre
ventorlums for all children needing
such special enre,
I Will continue to urge the import
ance of a thorough physical examina
tion of all school children for tuber
culosis and other physical defects
win endeavor to persuade employ
ers of labor of periodical medical ex
amination as a means of health con-
WHERE Foil SALE,
T1t bonds can be obtained from
th various committees In connection
with tht campaign against tubercu
losis. The $r. certificates has 0 vilue
J of 500 Christmas seals and represents
a subscription of that amount to the
cause. Higher denominations vary-
an additional number of sals.
San Francisco Man
Made S. P. Chief Clerk
i 'Jeonre Elllsoij of San Francisco, has
been named chief clerk to Superin
tendent E L. King of the Salt Lake
division to succeed A. O. Kmersnn, whO
has been given a six months leave i
of absence due to 111 health.
yir Emerson lias however. Ien
named secretary of the Ftah Assoc!-'
ated Industries, succeeding W. Fred,
Uossr.er, who has resigned and accept
ed a position with tht Lion I'oal com-',
pany with headquarters at Oakland, I
Mi. Ellison assumed His new duties
here today whlb- Mr. Emorson assum
ed his new duties yesterday.
Hereafter we will not be responsi
ble for an) debts contracted except by
(Signed i A. L. SMITH.
O. S PEFLEY.
ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER
TALK ON MUSIC
Tabernacle Services Sunday
Afternoon Will Feature
Music and music Interest will be
I the subject of study and discussion
'next Sunday at 2 o'clock when tho
regular afternoon service Is held nt
the Ogden taljrnnclc. Director Jo
seph Ballantyne hnsi outlined a pro
I Kram for tho choir and soloists which
' win open the session.
Apostle Melvin J Ballard of Salt
Lake, win kIvc nn address on "The
I Mission of Music " Mr. Ballard Is one
j of the most prominent speakers In the
I church and Is the head of tho church
music committee. Mr. IJallantyne as
1 s. rts that tin- aim of the choir is to
. glVS periodically an afternoon of mu
sic In order to assist in the erect inc
of better mush Ideals, (Aid to empha
sise the value of music ns an asset to
The tabernacle choir rehearsal will
not be held Thursday evening, but
I will be held Friday evening, The men
will meet at 7 : 4 r, o'clock and the wo-
nun at 8 ; 1 5 o'clock. The rehearsal
! Friday will be devoted to the prep
: aration of tho work for Sunday and ;,
further study on the new Christmas
cantata, which will be given i mi,
plete rendition on Sundav, Decem
Varsity Players Will
I Aid Gymnasium Fund
For the benefit of the Weber gym
nasium, the Varsity players of Salt
1 Lake will present "The Passers By"
at the Weber Normal college audi
torium Monday aim-noon and evo
I nlng. Students hate been selling
tickets for both productions and a
large audience is expected by the
The Varsity players recently gave
1 "The Witching Hour" at the Orpheum
The st." e at Ihe college is to be
remodeled In order that "Passers
By' may b- presented to itfl best
! To Close Tomorrow
All hands at the postofflcr- will ceaso
work tomorrow and will have a com
plete holfday, according to Postmaster
George E Hrowlng. There will be no
Carded service during the day.
Employes of the Forestry Service
will also have a full day holiday and
will have opportunity to be at home
to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner.
Bureau of Public Bonds employes
will also take a day off.
AUTOIST HURT IN NEVADA
IS WANTED IN CHICAGO
REN'i i, Nov., Nov. 24 Harry Treat,
barged with the Theft of SSoOii worth,
of automobile tires from a Baltimore
and Ohio railroad yard In Chicago, I
was arrested here Tuesday
Treat was painfully Injured and his
Kiffl killed whi-i their automobile was
struck by a Southern Pacific train
near Sparks, Nov. last week The ac-i
blent Is declared to have given the'
'hi' ik authorities a clue to his pres
TO HAVE BIG TIME
Class initiation tonight at S p, m., !
sharp. K. of P. hall, all Sir Knights
and visiting Maccabees requested to'
attend this meeting 0 30 p. m. so
cial and big feed for your ladles. Next1
Wednesday, December l, nomination
of officers don't forget.
IBA SISCl I,
Washington Paving to
Be Ready in Ten Days
Announcement was made yesterda
at a meeting of the state road commls
lO i In Salt Lake, that the P, J Mor
an company will complete the North
Washington pavement, from the Oc
den river bridge to the north city lim
bs, In about ten days, unless storms
I The F. E. Phelps Construction com-
panj is permitted to leave thf gravel
shoulders on the road being complet-
ed by it north of Ogden in unfinished
condition until nprlnfr, when the3 Will
! bo trimmed Into shape
County Commissioner a. L Chaffin
of "'a j i uni v presented a pies un
der which the state approved an esti
mate of $15,621.28 for tho. tlanksvilte
bridge on th i.oa Hanksvllle road.
The claim of H M . Zollinger of
"ache county for damages to his tram
I and outfit on the state highway In
J Cache county was denied. It was ro
ported to tho commission that boys of
I lu and years of ape were driving
t he hoi ses :i' t h" l im- of th accident.
! The claim of S. H Jones for damage!
to his automobile for running Into a
barricade on the state road In I tah
COUnty was roferrcd
Former Ogden Man !
I Prohibition Chief
Lorenzo Blchards of Ogden was ap-
pointed federal prohibition director i
1 for the state of L'tnh at Washington
yesterday, upon recommendation of
I Senator King He will take the va-
eani-y caused by the resignation of,
Mathonlahah Tliomas tendered at the
time that ho was making his campaign,
j for election to congress.
Blchards Is expected to take up hls
new duties at once. His term. It is re-1
ported, will probably be short, as it
'is expected that the prohibition ser-!
vice will be completely reorganised
after March a. when Republicans wyi
displace Democrats appointed bv tho
! present administration.
Blchards was active in campaign
work both in Salt Iake ami Weber'
county during the recent campaign.
Ogden Doctor Talks
At Surgeons' Clinic
Dr. Ezra C. Rich of Ogden was one
of the speakers nt the final meeting
orMhe Utah state clinic, American col
of surgeons, held at th- Hotel
titan yesterday in Salt Lake The
final session consisted chlofly of read
ing of papers, largely technical In na
ture, and was closed with the election
of officers for the ensuing year.
The election resulted in the choice
ot officers as follows:
Dr. Fred B. Stauffer, chairman: Dr,
Bobert B. Hampton, secretary. Dr.
John F. Crltchlow. counselor.
It was agreed that another Ftah
st.ito clinic would be hMd In Salt Fake
next year, the exact time to be fixed
at a lal-r dSte. l'r A. J. Ilosmer. th'-
retiring chairman, said that he desired
to express his hearty thanks ulike to
the medical fraternity, the public and
the press for the Interest shown and
the hearts support gien to the Ameri
can College of Surgeons In Its work for
higher standards all oer the united'
w. o. w.
And Card Party
Members and Friends
CITY LOSES IN
Supreme Court Affirms Indus
trial Commission Award;
The supreme court of 1'tah has just
handed down Its decision In tin- case
of Ogden "Mty s Industrial Commis-j
i slon of Ftah, wherein Ogden City aP"
! pealed from Ihe award made in fayor
of Mrs. Alice Smalley, for the dtl
of her son, Albert G. Smalley, on I
i April 7th. 1020.
Young Smalley was employed as a
Special motorcycle policeman. and i
while on his way to the Sanitarium,!
November 9th. 191H, in search of a
I stolen automobile, h came In colli-!
slon with a ear coming toward him atj
th- sharp curve on the Ogden canon
rroad this side of the Sanitarium and
I sustained serious Injur lea He was
! taken to tho Dee hospital, where he
died several months later.
Claim for compensation w ;is present
ed to the board by Attorneys Chez
and Barker for the parents, and a'
hearing was had last June n Sep-!
i tember 9th, 1920, the Industrial Com-1
miss-ion awarded Mrs. Smalley com-!
j pcnsatlon In the sum of f 1442,60, to-!
gether With hospital doctor bills and1
I funeral expenses, amounting in all to
about S2S00 from which award Og-!
' den City appealed to the supreme
; court In the decision just filed, the
supreme court affirms the award with I
costs against Ogden City, and In its
decision rendered by Justice Weber
"The law should be liberally con
I strued In favor of the injured work
man ami his dependents, and when
j there Is any doubt respecting the right
to compensation, the doubt should be:
1 resolved In favor of the employee, or
his dependents, as the case may be '
"Complaint Is made by gden city I
that no credit was given by the Com-'
mission for payment of salary made tot
deceased from th- dat of ills injury
to his death. These payments were I
made wholly as salary, and not as com-;
pensatlon. The award dates from the
' date of his death and not from the
: date of his Injury Therefore. In mak-:
Ing an award because of the death,
, It was proper not to credit gd n it
with any amount that was paid to1
; the injured employe as salary. The!
award of the Commission la therefore
affirmed with costs."
New Scout Troop !$
Organized in City
An additional troop has been added
to the BO Scout organization of Og
den in troou No. 2. according to Scout
i Executive ; A. Ooates The troop
Is to bo sponsored by the Elcv-
; enth ward. The oommtteo in
charge of the new troop includes A
F. Larson. Frank E. Blair, and ( h is.
; B. Hrashcar. Vern Boas Elkens, for
i mer army lieutenant has been named
Leroy Johnson, is the assistant
scoutmaster, while Benjamin Bing
ham IS the aid The following seouts
are listed with the new troop as char
ter members Benjamin Bingham,
Chester Bingham, David k Doxey, El-1
der Frickson. John I.. McGregor,
Charles W. McGregor, Bert P. Hansen,
Frank Hull. Roland Le. Milton Mc
Coy, Alvln Watkins. Harold Welch
Lloyd Wold and S. L. Wold.
To Hold Tests for
Weather Bureau Job
j Civil sen-ice examinations for posi-1
tion of Fnlter! States weather bureau1
assistant observer will ie held in fig.i
den, Salt Lake, Provo and Logan dur-j
lug December Complete information,
can be obtained front the civil service1
secretary at the federal building.
The basic salary for the successful 1
applicants Is $90 per month, with a
bonus of $20 per month In event that
ithc Services of the applicant are con-
I alder ed satisfactory. The subjects cn - i
ered are elementary meteorology, Eng. I
llsh composition on some meteorologi
cal subject, elementary physics, alge-1
bra. arithmetic, geography, penman
ship, copying and correcting of man-1
LAST TIMES TODAY M
R 2:00 3 ;30 5:00 6:30 8.00 and
rjm jmn 9 30 P. M.
1 0S&M Tom Mil
'r In Max Brand's Sensational
tm J Sundav j
I TOM N! 1 X I
i BitLECTioN.wiLHAn Fox. ' ' THE P EN ALT Y "
I Ogden Theatre j
City Prisoners to
Dme Well Tomorrow
"Scotty" Rankin, chef at tho city
pail, is In his glory.
"Scotty" Is busily preparing a sump
tuous Thanksgiving day repast for In
mates of the city Jail, and for the past
two days has been baking pies, arrang
ing Salads, and making general prepar
ations for his big event.
A huge roast of pork, sufficient to
Serve all the city's boarders, is all
ready to be tucked Into the oven Cel
ery has already been prepared for the
table, and Is now merely awaiting be
ing served The big fiinner will he
served at noon tomorrow.
"Scotty'" has practically every
Thanksgiving dalnt excepting turkey
on his menu, and som- of these Include
i corn fritters, mashed dotatoes, brown
gravy, sweet potatoes, oyster dressing,
celery, apples, vegetable soup, and a
quantity of other dishes.
One of the trusties who was assist
ing "Scotty' today In pr-parlnR his
feed said. "It will Burel) be dlffen-nt
and ,t might make some of 'em sick.
They Just won't be able to stand It
after having bread and mush for
hreakfast. bread and beans for dinner
and bread and stew for suppe?, with
bread and rice substituted for any of
Reach Decision on 1
Entrance of Sheep I
Decision was made yesterday by the jH
'state livestock boar,:, following (I i
1 ferenco between Dr H. M. Rows ot 1
Ogden and William Pltspatrick of i
Montrose, Colo , with regard to permit-
tin:,- the entry of sheep from Colorade ;t.'
into Ftah, in spit., oi the quarantine - Bl
for scab, that tho sheep might onlt IB
enter when they had oblaim-d clear-
a nee from ihe Colorado office of the IH
Fnited States bureau of animal Indus- rlBI
The owners declared the sheep are
clean ami have not been exposed, but
the livestock board asserted that thcs
were circumstances of which the of-
ficlals In Colorado would have more HH
know le.ic- than the Utah board, W
Special Thanksgiving day
program at the Cozy tomor
row. Ooen at 12 o'clock.
Charlie Chaplin in "A Day's
Pleasure"; "A Son of the
North," Latest News and "The
Lost City." Admission 10c
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Mountain Ash Male
Choir From Wales
Direction Ogden High School Band ;;
Ogden Tabernacle Tonight 8:15 P. M.
Admission $1.10 Tickets on Sale at Culley Drug
And Williams Music Store
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