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I DEFER SALE OP
Opening Postponed Urftil Sat
urday to Permit Naming
J HEALTHY NEW YEARcj
The Christmas Seal campaign m Of
Son will start noxl Saturday Instead
of today, as had originally been
planned, according to Becretan
George D. Bennett of the local branch
f the I'tah Puhlu II. ..M. r,s:o(i..ti.i.
The change in date was made In order
1 that the various committees might
outline their campaign before starting
H on their work.
At the meeting of the executive
committee held last night it was de
cided to make this chance. Miss
B Gladys Rich was named to take direct
charge of the booths which will be
stationed In all of the stores of the
city. She succeeds Mrs. Peter Hcrdtl.
who will work in another capacity.
H Two thousand seals were received
today from the state headquarters for
the campaign and will be placid on
Sale Saturday morning. Other seals
will be received from the state head-P-'-r
quarters during the week, according to
aa Secretary Dennett.
I TO NAM I. HELPERSi
Fourteen young women will be
named by Miss Gladys Rich during the
present week to assist in the sea l sales
at the booths in the various stores of.
Four minute men. who are under j
Gus Wright, will start their campaign
in the theatres of the city next Sun-'
day. Some of the best speakers In the
oltj have been obtained to aid, the;
At the meeting of the Orfdcn Rotary J
lub, scheduled for the Weber clubi
this evening, committees of that or-!
conization will be named to handle the
business end of the coming campaign .
Five committees will he named andi
a chairman for each committe. will
also be selected. The Rotaiiens have
offered their services in the drive and
will no doubt be bit; factors In making!
the campaign a success, according to
"The money obtained from the seal
sale will be used by the I'tah Public;
Health association in its fight against!
tuberculosis," said Secretary Bennett I
today? "Last year the state organic-!
tion achieved remarkable results up. hi
W the mone received for t' Is cause,
"'""ommittees throue ,i. the state)
B 1 h;ive been Ti ; 1 1 1 . t i ! . ,, j IL, ,r.
HI and from presenl indications the sales!
will far exceed those of 1913. The I
citizens of the clt are urged to get
back of tin movement and aid In the1
fight against disease."
I Murder Cases to Be
Tried Early in 1921
No trials of persons charged with
murder will be heard before the pres
ent judges In the district court, before
they g0 out Of officc. January 3, 1921,1
according to the court calendar There
are two murder cases pending, but
neither case has been set and will not !
be until December ti, when a setting I
of cases has been ordered.
Mrs Laura Barker, charged with
the murder of h'-r husband who died
07 arsenic poisoning several monS.s
ago, will come to trial some time after!
the first of the new year, before one
of the new Judge--. It is also expected
that the case of Jennie Scardino will
' also come to trial some time after U1"
first of the year, but this case has
not yet been set. The case of Jack
Pass and Gus Burr will come up for
trial on Dec. 2 4.
j, TONIGHT 9 TO 12
All contestants must
be present tonight to
i enter final elimina-
tion contest. Come !
$100 IN PRIZES
I NEXT WEEK
j Couple 85c. Special price
I ,j Jbr extra lady, 25c
, BACK BUT NO ONE
' It pavs to advertise.' said Gus
Wright manager of w. it. Wright
& Sons" store this morning after
word had been received from th
Twin Falls, Ida , branch store that
$500 worth of furs and silk dress
es stolen from the building Sat
urday night have been returned.
The SJCPdl were found in the store
I doorway yesterday morning-
When the news of the burglary
was telegraphed to the local store
orders were Immediately Issued to
the Twin Falls store manager to
place an advertisement in the
newspaper stating that $100 re-
ward would be paid for any Infor
(nation hading to the identity of
Results were immediately ob- I
talned. When the store employes
reached the door yesterday morn
tag they found all the missing ar
ticles. The store was entered through
a rear window where a pane of.
glass was removed The small sir."
of the opening led to the belief
that boyt committed the burglary.
No one has yet appeared for the
Supt. Hopkins Will
j Address Educators
Six Utah educators will attend the!
regional educational meeting to he
held at Butte tomorrow, according to
Superintendent W. Karl Hopkins, of:
the gden school system. The meet-j
ing at Butte will be attended by edu-,
rotors from all parts of Idaho, I'tah
and Montana, and will be addressed 1
hv P IV dOJCO'n, I'nlted States Com-1
mlssloner of Education
Superintendent YV Karl Hopkins
Will attend the meeting from i igden 1
He Will address the educators on 'The
Preparation of Teachers."
President John A. WldtSOS of the
University of L'tah. President E G
Peterson of the i'tah Agricultural coi-i
lege, Superintendent Q. N. Child, of;
the Ball I-nke schools Dr. George
Thomas, state superintendent -elect.
m J Norton, assistant state superin
tendent and Superintendent Hopkins
are the I'tahns who will attend the!
"Belter School Week" is one of the
subjects which will be discussed at!
the meeting, according to Superintend
ent Hopkins ESffdrts to have t'om
mlssloner P. I', flaxon address instruc
tors Of the (igden schools is being
made and It is probable that he will
make the-trip to ihls city before re-j
turning to his post at Washington.
Superintendent Hopkins leaves today
Schools Open Drive jj
"Safety first" movements have been
started in all of the schools of Ogden
according in Supi. W Kr:r! Hopkins.
The movement bo eliminate careleat
deaa will be continued during the en-!
tire school year,
The following commun icatibn has"
been sent to all of I he sc hools of th
it from the office of the supuerin-;
lendent and will be featured in the
rafety first drive.
I'm more powerful than the com
bined armies of ihe world.
1 have destroyed more men than all
i In warn of t ho world.
I'm more deadly than bullets, and I
have wracked more homes than the
mightiest of siege guns.
1 steal, in the United States alone,'
over $300,000,000 each year.
I spare no one. and 1 find my victims
among young and old, the strong and
weak, widows and orphans know me
1 loom up to such proportions ihat
I cast my shadow over every field ol
labor from the turning of the grind
stone to the moving ol every railroad
i I maaeacrt thousands of wage earn-
I ere each year.
I lurk in unseen pdaces, and do'
imost of m work silently You are:
warned against me, but you heed not 1
I am relentless i nm everywhere;
In the home, on the streets, in the h
Jtory. at railroad crossings, and on the I
i bi intr Blcknees, degeneration and j
death, and yet few seek to avoid rac, I
I destroy, crush, maim, take all and
I am your worst enemy
1 am "Carelessness."
Ogden Chinese Oppose j
Giving Loans to China!
Contending that the loans made tot
Chin i at this time will only result
in the warring factions continuing the'
strife, the Chinese Nationalist league
of Ogden today sent a telegram to
Morgan & Company, bankers. New
York, protesting against the loan
which Morgan & Company arc under
writing. The telegram:
j "We respectfully protest against
I loan being made to Chinese Republic'
I at present time for the reason thatl
the money will be used b the warring
'factions only to continue and per
I Signed )
I "THE CHINESE NATIONALIST
By T. S. Wong "
City Judge Granted
Two Weeks' Vacation
A ruomlnghousc license was granted
this morning by the board of cltv!
commissioners to Jess L, Ovcrmcyer.
- -1 Washington avenue. Recommen-
datlon that the license ,c granted was!
; made by J. Rh w.inl. commissioner
I of public safety, after Investigation by
I his depart ment.
The board ur.inted a two-weeks' va
cation to Judge i i RobertSoi th
municipal court, and uiovwd rh.it Louii
1 J. Holtbar. orrtcn attorney, be placed
ifn the bench during the absence of
Judge Roberts. The vacation period
City payrolls for November wore
submitted to the board and allowed.
The total amount of the monthh pav-
roll was 116,901.64'.
men's clothing has dropped j
wholesale and we are
reducing it retail I
$28- $38 $48 $58 I
for the best suits and overcoats I
in the city I
-you can depend on this store to tell you the truth first, last and always-and i
here it is: -the manufacturers of nearly every prominent line of men's and
young men's clothing announced a drop in price Nov. 15th. f I
--this drop does not effect any present stocks bought prior to Nov. 15th and
for that reason a great many otherwise merchants are arguing that you are p
not entitled to lower prices until this manufacturer's reduction strikes their
we think differently 1
-you, people of Ogden, should not be asked to pay full prices when prices are
on the downgrade and even tho' this stock was bought and paid for before
this manufacturer's reduction went into effect--we are protecting you, just
as we said we would doand we have
cut every suit and overcoat in this store. I
-the above prices tell the story-read them-and take advantage of them.
we are simply showing our friends that we are absolutely straight and true
and while no store or man deserves a medal for being honest we would like to
go down in your memory as being willing to take our medicine like gentlemen.
the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes B
Wants Son Given to
Wife When Divorced
Tetition has been filed in the dis
trict court by George W. Terrlll ask-'
log that Harriet L. Terrll be required
to show cause why she should not sur
render to him their son. Max Lewis
Terrill. and why the alimony of $"'
a month should not bo eliminated
through a modification of the decree
of dlyorce granted in 1017.
The petitioner sets forth ih;it sinee
the divorce he ha married again and:
is amply able to care for the son h
aluo alleges that his foroiOT wife wast
married In July of this year.
Dog Rabid; Girl to I
Be Given Treatments:
The dog which last Friday inflict
ed a severe bite upon the left lejj of
Florence Andrews. 4-year-obl r'.i'I.
1365 Grant avenue, was rabid, ac-
i ordlng to a report received today
from I. L. Dallies, state bacterlolo
gli , who examined tlv 1ok s In ad.
Treatment for the child is being Ment
to ogden b Dr. T li ltcatty. state
health commissioner and with Its ar
rival the girl win be placed under the
care of a physician who will adminis
ter tlie injections.
The dog. described a a shepherd.
Is said i" havs bitten the slrl as she
was sitting on a v,bench In the rear of
her home. Police offlc rs killed the
animal and the head was taken to
Kalt Laki lor examination Monday by
Dr J M. Elliot)
Urges Attendance at
j IL L A. Convention
U. A. Fowfer. superintendent of the
county schools, in a letter to prin
cipals of schools in th" county, has
asked thorn to attend the meeting of
Ihe Utah Educational association, to
be held in Sal Lake December 28, 29
The request has been made to all
hits that they attend the con
vention and become enrolled as active
membiTs oi the association. In
' der that the teachers may draw full
pay, provision has been made 'hat
those who attend will get full pay,
while thoso who wish to go to their
homes during the Christmas vacation
will have u week's salaiy deducted.
I Mr. Fowler suited that there would j
bo but a week's vacation this yea
at Christmas, so that the schools u.i.
not be forced, to continue too long In
Co-operation on the part of the
ounty school teaofcers in having a loo
per cent enrollment at the (J E. A.
convention Is expected by Superii-'
tandenl IFdwler, he reports.
Judge Sullivan Talks j
To Salt Lake K. C.
ludpe Dan B. Sullivan of Ogden!
l-dellvered the principal address last
.night In Salt I.ikc at the annual mo-
mortal exercises of the Knights of Co-
lumbus held in the lodge hall on!
Bast South Temple street His sub-j
ject was "Our Order and Its Dead "
t The eulogy was spoken by John J.
Harvey. Th ritualistic part of the
program was conducted by the offi
cers of the council James Ivers Jr.. i
praml knlKht. R A. Kane, deputy
grand i-.nUlit; Austin Gibbons, chan
cellor, and Robert Drlseoii warden I
S. A. McCartney rendered h v0cal
was chaplain y 3 ca'hedral R3
oo , Mr
CARD FJTHANKS 1
lated us during lhttte n 'K'y aSJ
our mother. Mrs M ' ?nd 1
" "oral -r,butc,Vd al..mbC''
The Family. SlLK