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flj?' SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1920. THE OGDEN .S j AN.KL LXAM1INLK ' 9
HOT LUNCHES IN
WEBER SCHOOLS
County Home Demonstrator
Says Idea Will Expand
This Year
lfl Hot lunches for students ar again
9 being provided Weber count
H n hools this senson, according to Ml"
PPPH Kill. i A t-r. ii home denioustra-
HH tor, who ' il.i announced the
! opening of, iho hot iunh system at
North Ogden for Monday.
The hoi lunch li Innovation a'
PPPH the North PUn school, M1S I'sr'ii
pppN
Fgrr West, Huntsvllle and Hoop-'-
w son mill carried o I the system em
ccssfully. With the starting or the
idea, four or rht county schools win
I jgpjB. have the hot lunch system-
H i school will nerve the
g lunch within a few week, it i
said. While the Plain City school, the
l Rlvordaio school and the Uintah
- B n hool will follow.
j Under thr- ar range nent which has!
t been perfected bj Mist Agren and
members or the county school board.
H '( student may Obtain a bowl ojf hot
H soup beans, creamed potatoes, or nlm-1
jH liar food for three cents per bowL The I
flHHH hot dish, it reported, goes far to.
T3 augment the lunch whkh the school
n wj children carry from their homos. I
N Assistant Forester
H Visits Ogden Office
PPPH Assistant Forester Headley.
front the ashlngtun officei r the
forest service, arrived In sririi yester-
PPPH day on an inspection tour or forest
si headquarters
3 He is in charge of the office of op-
I 91 oration at Washington and during hi)
visll .it the lot headquarters will
HljH make an Inspection of the district of-
H fice or operation:
H -
iV Her. who 1 iei wi for the
3T past few days In connection with road
plans for the 1021 season departed
Hsjl9a yesterday for Washington,
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j4i Statistics prove that native born
of Dative parents have much lowei
fiiltfi8Li mortality rate than either the for-
taopJO Sign born or the native born of for-
:iwr '1Kn parents.
jfl,. - A Health Dish t or
Growing Kiddies
; "ffi&ji Those romping, rowdy boys and
, -JrjK girls need wholesome, nourish
'Jrl lns iod- an(1 P'fniy of It.
Jjjfrfj And there's no other that con
tains the elements their bodii I
and appetites demand rjuile like
KLEENM ILK
HHa Be sure you have a buttle on
! -jgw hand for their after-school lunch
Kleenmilk Dairy
SMITH BROS., Props
633 Thirty-first St. Ogden
Flirts With Wife
He Left-Alimony
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vr ny dm v-
i BROOKLYN. On two accaslons a
man .md womian sat opposite each oth
, or on an elevated train. Both times,
she smiled and he smiled bark. And
both times, when they got off the train
he disappeared. Then she turned up
at the homo of Douglas 't ulkshank
and told him: ' I am the woman you
fhriei with and I'm your wife- I'm
the Kin you married lb iior, and then
deserted I'm Mrs. Elizabeth Day now,
but I baven'l fmcotten how you de
'serted the bab) and me I've been cet
Itlng a Warrant for your arrest every
year since then and now I'm going to
have it served.'' She did and a Judge
ordered CruikshaOk to pay her $10 a
week, as long as she lived.
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Health Specialist
Returns to Logan
Miss Charlotte Duncy. .specialist In
health and home nursing of the exten
sion division of the L'lah Agricultural
college, has returned to Logan after
having delivered lectures In several
totals of Weber County, according to
Miss Ellen Agren. county home dem
ons! rator
.Miss Dancv will be in Webei count)
again December s to 7 and will deliver
addresses before a number of county
t wns that she was unable to visit dur
ing the past week.
Thirteenth Ward Gives
Benefit Minstrel Show
A ttlnstrel show was given in the
Thirteenth ward amusement hall Fri
day evening by members of the ward.
The show was given as a benefit for
the chapel the ward is erecting. It Is
proposed to repeal the performance
at a later date.
Members of the ward are doing
most of the work on the chapel. They
are devoting their evenings to this
work and each evening's operations
Is under some different organization of
the ward.
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For
Schedules, Fares, Pullman Reservations and
Descriptive Literature
CALL ON LOCAL TICKET AGENT
or Write
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804 Clift BuUdia, RMZZ?cAtng
Salt Lake City Phone 195
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Ask for our New Illustrated Booklet
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SALE OF JUS i
SEALS STARTED
Booths in Operation Tomor
row: "Tuberculosis Sun
clay" Today
I Tuberculosis Sunday In the United
iStates will be observed today, and nil
churches of Utah and Ogden ire ex
pected io ib vole a portion nt their MM -floes
0 the health drive and eal Bale
being eonduc ted b) the Utah Public
Wealth association.
Yesterday was the first hi daj Id
Ogden ror the enl sale, the drive be
Ing devoted to the hanks and stores
of the riiv. MIs.h tiladys Kb h had
. hare.' "t the !'llis In iln- v irlou
"torea and banks and reports a heavy
nle of the stamps.
START l M b IMP M.N
Ttefrinninp Monday, each remaining
day of the campaign will be featured
by" nonie speilni observance Twelve
booths will be placet) in operation in
various parts or the city Mondav Four
i minute men under 8 P Dobba will
(start thoir ampaiirii during the latter
I part of the week in the theatre., clubs
:.nd other places In I be city In the In
terest of the campaign Ten men will
b" used in this campaign, according
to Mi. Dobbs.
That the Otrden branch of the Utah
Public llrll'i association is aeeoni
Ipllshing teslt? In their local work is
evidenced from the following report
riled by Miss Sophie Laraeli local pu''
ln health nurse. The report includes
the months or June, .Inly, August and
September -mil Is a follows.
Kl RSE Rl POR l
Visits to homes 768.
Visits to sick putlents 3Js.
Visits to physicians In interest of
patients 11S.
Schools Inspected 30
Prenatal instructions 81.
Talks to Mothers classes 24.
I I'.edside nursliiR ss hours.
Contagious cases 192.
Venereal suspects 20
Tuberculosis, cases new 30.
Tuberculosis, cases old 58.
Tuberculosis contacts 183. .
Interviewed other than patients
K'19.
Hours spent in clinic 18.
Deaths from tuberculosis 11.
v i l l( KMV
The Salvation Army will have
charge or the campaign In the west
icnd of the city, according to Secretary
iGeorge i Bennett of the local chapter-
At the meeting or the notary
club next Wednesday Special commit
tees will be named to handle their end
of the campaign.
The drive will close January , 1921.
SEEK NEW TIE
FOBCAHLL
Case ot Man Convicted of
White Slavery in Federal
Court Argued
Arguments were hoard by Uhlted
States District Judge Tillman D. John
son yesterday in Salt Lake for a new
trial of Ed Campbell, convicted In Og
den last month of white slavery bs 1
Jury in the fnlted Slates district
cnurt After arguments were heard
j f rom counsel for Campbell and the
prosecution. Judge Johnson instructed
I both sides to present briefs
Fred Hiteman entered a plea of
I guilty when arraigned before Judge
Johnson on charges of manufacturing
Ibiuor. An Information charging Hite
man with making liquor was filed In
(the l ulled State ourt vc-ierday
1 Isaac Hlalr Evans, district attorney.
Frank Zimmerman, who Is charged
I with possession of liQiior for purposes
of sale In another Information filed
I by District Attorney Evans, also enter
1 ed a plea of guilty before Judge Johh
I son.
Ed Tilt pleaded guilty to an indict
ment found by tbe last federal grand
Jurv charging him with operating an
(illicit Still.
Sentences will be passed bv Judge
Johnson Wednesday. Hecem'ber 8.
I Among the cases on which sentences
will be given are Kd Till. Frank 'Am
i merman Prod Hiteman Frank Flsrn r
who was found guilty of possession of
I narcotics for purposes of sale; C. A.
Beaver, who was convicted on a
'charge or operating an Illicit still,
Fred Hlckoki who was convicted for
I theft of an automobile and Its subse
Wiueiii interstate transportation; John
jO'Oreen, convicted on a charge oi op
erating a stiu and Asa Jaeggera, who
I pleaded guilty to stealing a parcel post
shipment or cigars from the malls.
The opurt set for trial the cases of
I James Kaddns, charged with operating
I an Illicit still, and Naltass Rega, in
Idteted ror an alleged statutory offence,
for January 9. and that of K. C Weat
rall was charged with using the malls
to defraud He woo tried by a Jury
Iln the court but they could rech no
j verdict after several hours delibera
tion and Judge Johnson ordered a new
' trial.
Judgment of $To31 and Interest dat
ing from January 21, HL'o. is sough'
I b the Amalgamated Trading coinp-'nv
of San Francisco against th Ryan
1 Fruit company or Salt Lake In suit
for alleged breach r contract which
was filed in the federal court this
I morning.
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Forerunner of Xmas
Mail Reaches Ogden
Employes or the Railway Mall ser
'vlce. especially thoso who are working
I at the terminal near Wall avenue and
1 Twenty-fourt h street, are beginning to
j bo affected by the annual Increase of
'parcel post business which starts prior
I to the Christmas holldavs
Indications are that Christmas mall
will be considerably heavier than last
I season, but unless weather conditions
1 become more serious, no great delay In
the handling or t'hrlstmas mall la an
I tlclpated.
While It Is expected that the mall
jwill be somewhat heavier Uian last
season, It is not expected that the rec-
ords for the years during the war will
be reached.
Tho reason for the heavier mall dur
, Ing the years of the war was the large
'volume of parcel post packages that
reaohed cantonments and rampK in ihe
j 1 tilled States an we as the guantitv
of mail matter that was fm warded
I to Europe, for American nervier
Tho local force at tho R, M. 9. ter
minal will be augmented by a number
or extra employes, It Is reported The
hiring of extra workers will Mart about
December 8 and the extra force will
he enlarged as tho Christmas mail In
ert ases, it was said
The Greeks and Romans were de
pendent for light upon lamps burn
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MODERN
CHIROPRACTIC
is not the old painful method of ad
justing, but the latest- painless, and
most scientific, and the one that
gets the results when even the old
1 methods 'ail.
Ask any one that I have treated
! and come and rejoice with them.
A. V. HARRIS
MODERN CHIROPRACTOR
218-19 Col. Hudson Bldg
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BUS! WEEK irl
STOCK WET
More Than- 10,000 Cattle.
Sheep and Hogs Sold at
Stockyards
There has just part o record week
of sales at tho ogden Fnion Stock-j
vards, it was announced yesterday by
w oager L. F. wnltlock.
Buying and selling companies were
represented from California, Montana
Idaho, Wyoming Nevada, , Mr. Whit-!
lock said
Arrivals at the local stockyards dur
ing the week totaled in the neighbor-I
hood of 10.0i.io head of cattle, hogs'
and sin c i 1
Mr. Whltlock gave the figures as
follows, cattle, 2882, hogs, 1901;
sheep, 4288.
Buyers represented at sales during;
the week Included, fiouscf Packing
company, California Dressed Reefl
company. New (Ma i ket Packing com-;
pany H. P. Jones. Los Angeles; West-,
ern Meat company, Allen & Pyle Pack- '
ing company. South San Francisco
Packing company. San Francisco;
Highland t'attle company. Reno, Nov .
I. Mori, Haen, New; Cudahy Packing ;
ompanyj Block ft Opss, McFarland &
'Son. Salt Iake. Ogden Packing & Pro-,
vision company and Fojc and Keller
Packing company of Ogden.
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Plan Program Tonight
in the Second Ward
A dramatic reading, to be presented
by Mrs Bertha Eccles Wright, and an
address. "The Spirit of Christmas," to
be given by D. George Shorten, will
be a part of the program at Ihe Sec 1
ond ward this evening, at the conjoint
meeting to be held under the auspices i
of the ward M. 1. A.
I Miss Josephine Shorten, Miss Mar
I Fisher and W alter Stevens have ar-
ningedfinusical selections for (he eve
ning. oo
Program Given at
14th Ward Tonight
Musical and speaking talent of the!
Weber Normal college will entertain
lin Ihe Fourteenth wurd this evening
under the direction of Mutual Im
provement itssoclatlons.
V. H. Manning, director of the col
lege school of music will have chitrg
of the program, which will begin at!
7 o'clock.
PLAYING ROUGH COSTS 515
DENVER, Col. Fighting." said
the cop "Only wrestling," said
Julius McGully and Slmm Kennedy.
"Fifteen," said the court, "dollars."
"Dont play so rough next time"
If BACK HURTS
BEGIN ON SALTS
Flush your kidneys occasion
ally if you eat meat
regularly.
No man or woman who eats nieat
regularly can make a mistake b flush
ing the kidneys occasionally, lays h
well known authority. Meat forms
uric at id which clogs the kidney pore
so ihey sluggishly filter or strain onlv
part of the waste and poisons from the
blood, then you get sick Nearly dill
rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble,
nervousness, const ipalloD. disslneeg,
j sleeplessness, bladder disorders conin
from sluggish kUneya
The moment you feel a dull ache in
, the kidneys or your back hurts, or if
j the urine is cloudy, offensive, fuil of
Sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding, get
about four ounces of .lad Salts from
any reliable pharmacy and take a la
blespoonful in ft glass of vater before
J breakfast for a few days and our kid
' neys will then act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with llfhia
and has been used for generations to
Hush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them tp activity, also lo neutralize th
i acids in urine ho It no longer oaUSPS
I Irritation, thus ending bladder disor
ders. Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and can
not injure: makes a delightful effer
vescent llthia-water drink which all
regular meat eaters should lake now
aud then io keep the kidneys clean
and the blood pure, thereto avoidinj
serious kidney complications. Adver
tisemenL
There are three disappointments every time we are forced to say "all gone." Stocks are big -fl
and complete now Come in and make your choice. Christmas comes but once a year our W
gifts keep you remembered throughout the year.
Candy "Claus" IK I
What would Christmas be vithout candy? Santa , ' t I
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Canterbury Candy, Chocolate Shop Candy, ths worlds' y Ajt 'l1 ,
beat candy. 1 to 5 pound boxes at fOiKa sH
$1.75 the lb. II
Give us youi order for ao many boes as you will ilil l iySJ, R
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FEW THEFTS IN
OGDENSTQRES
Anti-Shoplifting Drive Meeting
Success, Director
Declares
Favorable progress wns reported
yesterday in the campaign against by
shoplifting by Ogden merchants whe
have banded together to eliminate I
stea'ing from stores during the pre-1
holiday shopping season. The report
'was made by Misn M. Stewart, head
of tin merchanls" credit r;iln bur. "i
of th Ogden chamber of commerce,
j who ll directing the drive, the first
I over held In Ogdsn.
"It is surprislnu how much progress
i has been made in the f-w weeks tSe
'drive ha.- been in operation," Miss
Stewart said. " and if the pr. sent de
groc of success continues, the mer
chanls will have won a fight against
I on? of their two greatest enemies
the Shoplifter and tli- b.id check artiSl
"Although the Strict vigilance main
jtainod In the Ogden stores during the
I campaign Is only made possible b
many upecial dotectves with police
power and other systems which are
expensive, the cost of tbw campaign Is
expected lo be far below the valuo of
I merchandise lost when vigilance is lax.
In addition, the drit apparently has
reached the cars of professional band:)
of shoplifters who travel trout city lo
City at this time of the year, and t
den Is being givu a wide berth by
thenv
"The propr us already made is even
: above the blghaal expectations of the
I tne i cha nt s when the) met a few weeks
):) ' und decided to take vigorous steps
I against the practice of steaJing from
ei, r o The weeks nron-dlnc thf ln-
auguration of the drive were costly for
the Ogden stores, for many valuable
articles were disappearing dally from
counters.
CLEVER TRICKS
"Many clever tricks were used by
the "lifters' and in many cases they
were successful owinn to the fact thaT
vigilance on the part of store employes
wns somewhat lax. With the employ
ing of the many new detectives,
schooled In the tricks of the clever
thief, and carrying full police powor.
ih stealing Immediately began to sub
side. Within the past three weeks
there has not been one case of theft
reported, although it is believed thai
the presi nt system Ifl now airtight'
and a person cannot attempt to lift'
without discovery "
'Three Twins' Cast H
Will Be Photographer! I
Dressed in the costumes in which
thej will appear on the opening mht fl
the entire cast ol The Three TwinsT fl
will tot Albambra theatre fl
this afternoon for the purpose of hav- H
ing a picture of the cast, in costume, H
and with the scenery of the production j
a background I H
Pictures of individual choruses of H
ih' also will be taken. All mem- f H
bcrs of the cast are expected to be on 1 H
h.md in costume for the pictures I H
SB i mm m mu i mtm i wm
Better Than
Flealtt i better than gQld,
HT fgl 1 Tin ( hin
practic at your service. !
f DARE Yr REJECT I'l'?
"j. If ou want to be healthy.
- you want to live to a good
old a?L'- If so, let us ascertain
rijfl ' vmm. your spine is in good eon-
'lit iuii and it' I find any de I
.'';.! feet, let me give yon h tVw 1
'L ( hll i'! art if a. I li-l llirlits. j
Building
Office Fours j
' 10 to 12 and 2 to 6 30 I

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