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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, December 02, 1920, LAST EDITION, Image 14',
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THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1920. 2 iZ AMMtwt uuu "
SEAL ATTESTS j
l TO PURITY OF
National Organization Main
tains Branch in Ogden to In
spect Utah Factories
I With the new sanitary seal of the(
I National Cannors association inspec-;
I tlon service, attesting to (Iron and
I healthful conditions In parking, more
I than 700,000,000 cans: hottles ami Jars,
I of the 1920 food pack are now beinj.
I Placed on the, market This includes
I thn entire park of the rannerlcp af-
I filiated with the Utah tanners aMO-
Ip , lati...,. then b Ing fortj plants in thls
I The Inspection service has been ai-
rectr-1 In Utah by A. R. Padgett, as
thlet Inspector, with George shorten
H aa inspector, with headquarters in Og-
I den- .-,
During the canning season, aptaln
H Roy Noggle was with tin- inspection
service. Utah eanners have taken
much Ihterest In the Inspection ser-
x Ico t his r , i and ha e - Isted ma
I Serially in carrying through the plans
for all of the plants. H L. llorrlng
H ion. president of the Utah Canning
H BOmpany, is a member of the educa
H tlonal committee under which the in
H nec(lpn service is carrad out. Gage
H Rodman, president of the state iisso
H ciatlon and head of tin- Van Alen Can
H nlng eorponitlon, IS also one of the
HJ Enthusiastic supporters of the plan
HJ Qfnd James Anderson, president of th
B Morgan Canning company, has ltke
H .so dOVOted much time to carrying
H through the national campaign for
HJ attest of food purity.
HJ The sanitary seal is the mark of
H approval by ao Inspection service first
HJ inaugurated by the association over
HJ five years ago. The Inspection serV-
HJ tte, with headquarters in Washington.
HJ E now organized in seventeen dls-
iricts over th i ntted States Dallj
' Inspections are -made by association
H Inspectors. Tin examination covers
HJ leanllneas, wholosomeness and sult-
HJ ability of raw materials and finished
HJ products and sanitation of the can-
i Every can labelled by the inspector,
according to the committee's an
nouncement, will give- the purchaser
the Association's Assurance that the
materials are sound and properly
cleaned before canning, that the can
nery and equipment are kept in a clean
and sanitary condition; that ample
sanitary provisions are made for can
nery employes and that they are
cleanly in habits and dress; and that
the- can Is tilled as full as practicable
with food that is clean, palatable and
"The inspection and labelling r -
tee is a voluntary movement on pr.rt
of the association to cover any re
quirements they consider as standard
for properly canned foods and which
are not specified by law," said Wal
ter J. Sears, of Ohillieothe. hm, pres
ident of the association, recently. He
assorted that the association Is hack, d
by the federal government in Wash
ington and that the Introduction of the
labelled can means one of the most im
portant steps to the consumer ever
A J taken in the canning Industry.
I Prepare to Stari Local
Preparatory steps for the Chr.stm.ta
seal carnpalKTi were being made to.wly
by representatives of the local com
mittee of the I'tah Public Health as
sociation, according to Seer, tarv ;. ,
Four minute men, under Stuart P.
Dobbs, who have been secured to speak
in behalf of the campaign, will open
their addresscw in the various theatres
of Ogden Saturday evening instead of
Sunday m was the original plan.
Mrs. June Wade, formerly of Salt
I-ake, has been named as official sten
ographer and clerk lor I ho Ogden of
fice during the campaign.
Another ass : tment of eals arrived
today from Sal- Lake. The- sale W.1I
commence Saturday morning l'.oothu
I for the stores have been constructed
and will be placed In operation earlv
. Saturday under the direction of MJss
I ComingTuesday, Wednes
day, Thursday, Friday, Satur
day of next week Zane
Grey's famous story, "The U.
P. Trail," at the Alhamhra.
ROTIANS CUT ;
Visitors From Salt Lake. Lo
gan and Prnvo Feted by
Ogden Uotarns wm- hosts to the,
members of the Salt Lake. Logan am 1
Provo Itotary clubs at a banquet held
at the Weber club last night.
Surprise stunts and speeches were
featured on the program. The Rev
J. E. Carver, chairman of the pro-1
gram committee, presided Address-!
oh wer. made by It. EC. O. Peterson
president of the Utah Agricultural
college Weslev E. King, president of
the s..it Lake dub, Ralph k. hhs
tol, district Rotary governor; Will Far
rell. former president of the Salt Lake
organization; Professor Preston Peter
son, of Prove president of the Provo
lub .and President George Glen, of the
Mi Prist. , spoke on "What Kotar-i
lans are Tryinc to Ho Nationally." ,
"Back to the Karm," was the SUO-j
! jeet t nosen by Or. Peterson of Lo
! gan. I
Prescott Peterson of Provo, spok. i
on tho "Reconetmetlon Period.' Ho
predicted that the high prices were ;
'due for a sudden fall and that ad
, lustments must be made in various
parts of the country, especially in tlb
mines. Ho further predicted thai
many of the mines would be forced to I
close within two months.
Music was furnished by the lite
Reeve'S orchestra. The I'tah Aggie 5
quartet composed of Jask Whalen. ;
Dei Egbert, iiugii Harvey, and . p. I
Johnson, sang several selections. :
1 emonstrntions In scouting wm
given by the Pine Tree patrol .f Hoy j
Scouts. Rotary songs were Matured
in ihe community singing.
Curtis H. Hawley, of Salt Like, wae
arrested Traffic Officer William'
; Pick prior to the serving of the ban
quet for parking his car wrong, mucr. '
to the amusement of the RotarlanSi
present. The discomfiture of the v isit -
or was made ihe h.is: of considerable
1 Joktng durine the evening
Twenty representatlvef from Bali
Lake were present, five- fie-ni Logan,
and thirle-en from Provo. lin
den w.-.:i represented by fifty mem
Major to Address
High Sclioo! Cadets
Major ( ra Lee. in charge of the m
termountaln recruiting for the United
States army, will address the Cadets!
of th- Ogden high school on "The
American Troops in Prance," tomor
row morning according to Major 1
Chase Poster, In charge of the cadet !
work at the high school.
Major bee Is on a tour of I'tah and'
Idaho and Is addressl.iK the .-indents
of the, various high schools on the
I'nlted States army and the part it (
played in the winning of the recent
Following his address to the cadets,
Major Lee w.ll Inspect the local or
Standard Oi! Parly
Going to West Coast
Eleven representatives of the- Stan
dard OH company, with headquarters
in New York Cltv, were Ogden visit
ors vifiereliv afternoon, en route o
the weM coapL The party was head
ed by T. H. Wheeler. The trip from
the east to the west coae. Is belnt,
made In a private car, '.'Pilgrim."
nil wells In south-rn California, will
be Inspected by the part , I efe.re the
return to New York City is made, ac
cording to W . Wilson, traveling
Sgi in for the Southern Pacific.
Officers Elected by J
Ogden Masonic Lodge
Warren L. Wattis was last nlrh:
Sleeted Worshipful Master Of Unity
Lodge, Pro- and Accepted Masons of
"gden for 1921 at a meeting of mem-i
bers of the local club held In their
1 club rooms last nigh1-
. V Rockefeller was e lected senior
warden and J, Ray Ward wan named
i Junior warden of the organization. W !
I N Wacker won nut In the e'ectlon fori
I president while lb L Taylor wasj
'named treasurer. P. P. Klrkendall
I was named trustee
I Metropolitan Life I
I Home Office
Brought to Ogden. Covers 25 acres floor space. The home of
I 22,000,000 policy holders. Lighted with 500,000 Edison Mazd.i
Lamps. Largest office building in the world.
This building is bounded by Madison avenue, Fourth ave
nue, Twenty-fourth and Twenty-third streets. The main build
I mg is 11 stories and 164 feet high. It is 200 feet by 425 feet,
I 1 a girth of 1250 feet The tower is 75 by 85 feet, 700 feet high, 1
I Th clock diameter is 26.6 feet, the minute hand being 17 feet 1
long and weighing 1000 pounds. The building's waterworks fl
I has a capacity of 90,900 gallons, the building has a coal capa- I
I S city of 4000 tons. Electric light and power wires total 189 g
I I miles, telephone and signal wires, 2462 miles.
The offices in this building file and'refile 500,000 appkea- I
tions a week. I
I ON DISPLAY AT
I Ogden Electric Supply Co.
H Local Office, Col Hudson Bldg. Geo. D Bennett, Supt. J)
(A MP Hosiery
"- by tke Box
tY man as evcr known
lyl to have too much Hosiery.
' Therefore, a gift of a box
of our fine Hosiery will appeal to
In silk, lisle, wool or cotton
you will find the kind of Hose
that is agreeable to his tastes.
The well-gruomed look to the
ankle and the comfortable feeling
to the foot is assured in every
SHE WILL BE LEADER IN
v.llixr;TO; -Mrs. Edward B. McLean wife of the pub
lisher oi iIk' Washington Post and the Cincinnati Enquirer, will be a
'leader of "Washington Society during the next administration. MrJ
and Mrs. JleLcan were numbers uf the Harding vacation party in
jTexas and they will pliy important purl- in the arrangements for
', tlarding's inauguration.
Murder Case Goes
to District Court
Jack Pass and Ous Burr aro charged
with murder In tho first degree in a
complaint filed in the district court
today and the two men are hold to
the district court for trial on Uls
! charge. The complaint charges them
i with the murder of Darrell Wilson, a
J taxicao driver vvh" was (atally Shot on
I the night of October 31. The nun
(arc allogod to have been In the rear
ieat of the taxlcab when tho shot was
I fired through the front ie.it Into Wll
son's hip Blood poisoning developed
; anil Wilson died a few days later In th
Following the preliminary hearing
In the municipal coiyrt before Jmlu'
D. It. Roberta, the men were held tor
the district court They are now in
the county Jail. Dare of hearing for
j Pass and 'Burr will be set December
24. but tho case will not conic to trial
until early next year.
Complaints woro also filed against
I Fred Harris, charged with gambling
I and K. Smith on a charge of speeding
to Start Sociak
The Bachelor Knights club, an or
ganlzation recently formed by young
er members of Ihe Ogden council.
'Knights of Columbus, will open their
j social program for the winter with an
entertainment . to be given Tuesday
evening at the University club rooms
The event is a get-together meeting
for members of the parish and their
friends and will include cards and oili
Baseball Officers to Be
, Named December 10
Final plans for the Northern Utah
b.meball league will be made at a
meeting of the representatlvef! of the
I igden, .Tremonton. Brighani. Smith
field, 'Lewlaton and Logan clubs at
iBrigham City. December 10. officer
for the new league will be elected at
lbl5 ni'-' tbig. according to M.mauer
Frank Seott fvf the I'lfzTrn club
Wall, r 1 Bratz. formerly of Ogden.
and Well known sport writer in the
treat, la b ins: mentioned by the various
club owners as a candidate for the
pre: bb-n. y ( the leagu .
Secretary for the new league and
other officers will also be elected. Um
pires for the 191 season will also be
Each dub will deposit $230.00 with
I (lie- league officers at the next moeting
'as a forfeit.
The baseball bugs of Northern I'tah
'ar. elated over the new organization
(according to Kay l-.o. of Logan, who
I was an ogden v isitor today Mson w.n
formerly secretary of the Cache Val
Crlmeo was tho first Mohammedan
eountgy to glvo votes to women.
j cHristmas ;j
1 - - - - - - . ------ ----- ' j !:HV''
Smocks ffit I
Crepe de Chine, Georgette, Taffeta, Satin and Trlcolette jJft ; r. , .n-,
Waists and Smocks, unusual embroidered ef- fo nr SSJf vii' v r ry" i
rects. All colors. Sizes to 46 - KO.VO ( wT""' ' " 'j "
COATS f ' I
Misses' and women's cloth coats with fur, plush and cloth, large shawl collars;
all colors and black.
Vf' Christmas Goods I
v ' . . A Our complete stock of Christmas merchandise is now on
JJLuiH display, and is marked in keeping with The Leader's policy
TO GIJY BOARD
Ocjdcn Doctor Overwhelms
Last Hour Candidate in
jr B.dward I Itich. candidate for
prelection to the school board from
the Fourth ward, was an ea-sy winner
in the election held at the Madison
school yesterday- Dr. Rich polled a
total of 435 votes.
Ills only competitor, a last minute
entry, John Helnani polled hut 51
votes. During the entire lay the
oiling wis heavy, and u required
lifts minutes Of work on the part of
the Judges la-si evening to total the
Wh"n the polls opened at 7 a. m.
yest rday forty-five citizens were in
line to cast their vote.
Considerable interest was manifest
ed vesterdny when It became known
that John Ilelnan was a candidate.
Fifty-one Of his backers wrote his
name on tho ballot.
Editor 8fandard-Bxamlier, Ogden,
Utah. , , ..
Lear rill" Mov I. through the meai
um of your press, call attention to a
f. w facts concerning the paVIng of;
north Washington avenue from thC(
. , en rivei to the north city limits.
North Washington avenue has been I
divided Into (wo distinct streets. The
one on the west was paved in 118 at
, , osl to th propcrtv owners of about ,
r foot front. This year. 1D20. the
aasl half IS being paved at an estt-l
(venue and the property owners on the
abOUl $8 pr foot front
Between what now euM Washing
ton avenue and west Washington av
enuc Hes a strip of land twenty-two
'feet wide and about two and one-half
!mi. s long which Is fenced In by two
concrete walls separating the two
streets as perfectly as though they
were a city block or more apart. The
nnlv openings in these two cement
wails are at street intersections, other-
Iwlse the land between the two avenues
lis as exclusive private property as If it
were built up With stores, warehouse
Now, are we, the property owners on
the cast side of east Washington av
enue, the property owner on the west
west side of wot Washington avenue,
to pay the entire amount tor paving and
Ithe property owners between the two
avenues pay nothing" Why should he
property owners on the east side be as-
Isessed twenty-five or thirty thousand
dollars more than those on the wet
I side ?
jam ks i i:ks in
I Ogden, Utah, December 1 1920.
Rain or Snow, Colder,
I Is Weather Forecast
j Rain or snow is predicted for tonight
with colder temperatures, according
'to th weather forecast which reach-'
td Ogden today Tomorrow will bo
i fair and cooler, the report stated. I
I Yesterday's maximum temperature
I was 40 decrees with a minimum last!
I night of 32 degrees.
! Weber Lodge No. 6
Free & Accepted Masons
Annual meeting and election of off I-.
cere, Thursday, December 2d. S p. m.
Pull attendance desired.
By order the W M
T''0i K. B. NICHOLS, Secy-
' North Junior Stars
Win h Basketball
In the first basketball game of the
season played by tho Junior high
school learns, the Lewis Junior high
I went down to defeat at the hands of
the North Junior s.ars yesterday aftj r
notn, the count being 20 to 1 0
Kor the winners. Krey was the
bright star. His basket caging was a
feature of the game. Yung vas the
bright star of the day for the Lewis
The teams lined up as follows:
Vorlh Junior Lewis Junto;
I Prey if Bramwel)
Foster rf Sorcnson
Brown c Young
Preeso rg New ev
Ferguson Ig Mill
ScorlnK: North Junior Field bas
kets: Frey Poster Preei throws
PTej Lewi Junior: Field baskets
Young 2, lbamvvcll. Sorenson. i''
throws Young 2.
Father Kennedy Going
to Parish in Nevada
i Rev. P. F. Kennedy, a.---vim pastor
fo St. Joseph's Catholic church, has
: been assigned to take charge of the
parish at Austin. Nov.. and leaves
about next Thursday to lake up duties
"Of his new position.
I As a farewell testimonial, members j
of the Ogden council. Knights of Co
lumbus, are planning a reception and
smoker for members to be held next
Wednesday evening at their rooms in
the University club
The statement was made last night
that no successor lo Father Kennedy
I in Ogden had been decided on
OGDEN HIGH GIRLS
PLAN LEAP YEAR
PARTY ON FRIDAY
Cirls of the Ogden high school
I will entertain the young men of
that institution at a "Leap Year" BH
party tomorrow evening, accord
ing to Prin A M Morrill. It will
J be the final leap year affair for
the i 'O' b a son 1 r
the entire requir. men i.-- nee.---.uv "
when a mere man makes a date,
According to the plans, the young
women must first ask for the date,
I make the journey to the home of
' the lucky man. escort him to the WM
dance etc.. etc.
Following the dance it is planned
to entertain the voung men per-
haps at midnight lunch. How-
ever, this plan has not been given
much thought by the young
Persons having bills against the
Champion Shoe Repairing factory pre-
sent them before Saturday, December BH
.MATT LE( INETTE. 1 M
FIO AT LAr
ELMA, VVash) Dec. I. James E.
Falkema. hotel proprietor here, has Bl
.iii.st i().v,., pavi, ,,( Jlmi'deb:
owing i him ( 22 pears. The mouev mB
waa sent from an eastern state, and
lth reclplenl had long .isn forgotl a " T fl
that the money was due. HB
t STARTING TODAY
1:45, 3:30, 5, 6:30, 8 and 9:30 p. m.
Ogden Theatre I
Samuel Goldwyn I
wSk Adapted from the fimous story fefl