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" THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16, 19. THE OGDEN b I ANDAKi-cAAMUNh.K
I AGREE ON PLAN
J TO GET ITER
Brigham Now Assured of
Large Supply for Farm
iH CITY, I i. The
H people of Brtjcham vicinity
H have finally afreet! upon a plan to
peCnfe thr water offered ihin section
mM the Utah-Idaho Sugar company.
MHV a company ha boen orgmnlzod ana
HHH plaiiM i- j(i- upon to o ft a prop--
H osltldn that moans mora for thf ilcvol-
NKD opmtttt of 1 1-..' east sl.lf in J4oxloVi
cotuny thor. hiu ei i:fronted tht-
: ii ....
HH some vcarv a;u
H nrid compani organized to extend
gJ 1 1 canal south Ugden. The pro-
H J'- t was never carried and for
B thepe many years sqme 500 acres of
HH land have not ban ii oducfng because
been no I
ygf Soino tinn .i'... i i mmlttei v ..
i.iH pointed by the Conimeniul club to
iijJB confer with the riuh-idaho su.n
IMH company to secure an option on wa-
kH tor for this section. After nnny con -1
J i" rencjes the company fm.ill otf' red
H twenty -five second -fee i ,,f wa-
H lev riom th Hammond t.irjl for the
H J in .if rj.'.i'.Ulii), t;e wlcr to l ill
I hvered at a point near Brigham. This
w niatlci .1 reported and a lai
T nilttee was a ppolnted to work t.r a
I plan la lecure thl water. This rom-
I mltief reported ut n meeting lield In
I the Club rooms, jusl ixcentlj irhetf
adopted and officem elected as foi
I John D. Peters, president and di-
I rector; (.'. . Knudson, vice president
& and director; James Jensen, treaaurr
I er and director; R. I. Plshburn, nee-
I retary and director; J C rVcdrickson,
Moroni Jenseii anil A. . Williams, di-
rectors The capital stock is $400,000.
l divided into 2500 shares. Thr namt
I of the corporation Is th- l-'.iigham Olt
I Irrigation company.
I Tuesday another meeting -was held
I ahd all details were dlsCUSSed. It is
I proposed to extend the anal as fnr
n south a the Thomas Young resldenci
j on the brow of the hill at Perry, threi
J miles south of Brlghaqi. To use the
1 on the land ivailable undei thi
W ditch and cxi hange river waif, for
water rights In ltorider . ,,
use the creek water on the li'h laiidt
L above. Also it was decided to Insts
pumping station at i potit near Plo-
neer. park, just west of tin station on
forest street In this ifi . .-t tht
I iM.nd. which will be used as an Intake
I for the canal, and pump additional
R water to higher ground.
3 People from Vlllatd were present
? at the meetlng'held here tonight and
a requested permission to eo-opor:.' in
I the matter and ;;. ; tht canal extended
I on south to w niard. j. d, Peters,
I chairman and president the Brig-
I ham City Irrigation company, stated
P that ihi matti i had pn
referred to him and he had got in.
I tttuph with rh, vffii-, i ,.f 1 1,..
ruaassjj .uini.uny nan l.eep informed that ni
I promise could be at this nine
jfa that additional water could
cured for the Wlllard peopji
PACKERS TO DANCE,
mff employes oi the ..,.,. paekjui; v
991 Provision company holding tht
BBWi first dance oi series, mi Hecember
rTpflB v 1920 ai I he K. of P. hall. All
'HN triends and tonne remplbyee are in-
iBh v'led to attend. Twelve boxes of i hoi
;'4&gC olates will be given away.
FOR ROLlOAl B
mL 11 -I"1 -Mr.-, j. i .
VS 'hes'er. left for San Francisco to i
spend the Christmas holidays
t HRI8TM v ., m.
MH Children o! the Sundnj scnool de-
tCH iattraents of the First Christian
9 church who arc taking part in the
jJEiPSB Christmas program have been request-,
PHX ed to meet Friday afternoon at tb
tH church at I o'clock and at 2:80 .. clock '
TOf5 Saturday for practice
t,l ESTS HER
. -U -Mi and -Mrs. Raymond ivol, of
it ige. Wyo were tht guests of Mi
- i d Mi . A J 1 todson, of lia i W .!.,-
J Ington ai i ;"jc d urine
, M of the week. They have returned d
!,J1b then- home.
H".. Illls HKM.Ni,
j Members of the Presbyterian chinch
entertain a number of Salt l.ak.-
H nuests this evening from tht Wei"
E5 minster college in Salt Lake. Buppi i
iV&m -servea ' tl i-aseineni or the
I$$bh church for them.
VJIMt VJtY st it'll ' i i
' U i s. E. a i . Co raon md Mn i
i jm Kfinned will be hostesses t. tht mi n
m bers of the Missionary circle of the
;k First Presbyterian church Frldaj at-
r." ternoon at i he hom pi Mrs Carso
iH 284 1 Fowler avenue. An interesting
ikfll program has been prepared for tu.
lfflB instating. One of the Presbyterian mia-
$8& Monaries will he present and will give
jjjB a review of her work
BAUTA.I vl A CIRCIiE,
Members of the Chautauqua Liter
SfHj ary and Scientific club, will meet ihi
evening In the .Mayor i- ofltcu of the
tM c'u' hail. Study on "Thi New Italy"
'-mM Will 'e taken up.
Pupils of the Intermediate depart
ments of i he Second ward will ghc
vaudeville show Friday evening In th.
r ward hall. Several attractive features
msa have been promised. A cordial Invl-
f7? Won Is extended to all.
jfS "fs, BRIDGE CLVfi,
19 Mre B. ParviM, iB entertaining the
members of her bridge ciuh this af
lei noon at her home in the Brown-
pB ing apartments.
I '! Pld I ) s
J jMlsa Delia Shaw became the bride
gga of Brvin It Bhurtliff last evening at
8M hom r the bridt 's mother Mrs
H I.. A. Shaw Bishop Myron B. Rlch-
pjM ardaon performed the wedding cere.
I mony. The c.upie ttre Onjoylng their
a honeymoon. Their destination U) uh-
mm known. They will make their home in
as ugden after the fltit of the year.
I Weber Lodge No. 6,
Free & Accepted Masons
H m 8Pcc,lal meeting, Thursdav. Iiec is
K i 10 p. m. for work In K. A JeKre,:
By order the W M
K E. Nichols. Secretary,
- rmTh? '""I"-'-'"1 W Dnstll Ittlo I foi
iM - iii.i.ois ,, i, ,,,. (n privllegi oi in
rB- lermarrlaRo between whites an,j ,lf .
I wo Rehearsals Are Called
Before Piesentation Sun
Tic lal'ern.-i' le choir holds :i reher
fjtil tonigh and tomorrow night to fin
ish the preparation of the. Second
Icantata The Holy Night ' to be given
'a complete rendition at the rrgular
, jfternoo:' services in the tabern-i' le
'next Sunday at 2 p. m.
The nun of the choh" meet both
r.iphlw at ',.' for spfiinl practice. 1
Professor Levi Edgar Young of the
I University of Utah will be the speaker j
developing the theme after the remll-i
t!on of the contata. Following is thel
i program :
Organ prelude ''Night'
irga)il: Sun )' VVhltsker
Chorus (Carol 1 "Wonderful Night".
ig.len Tahci nach t "hoir
Recitative and Air (Soprano)
"There Were Shepherd"
.Myrtle H. Higley
Aii'iru i i ia rtT- v.nri'1 our 'ton ..
I ' Choir
Solo (Baritone), To You the Bless
i edness I If Bears" . . Nephl J. Brown
la. f'ugetta. Then Let l" Joyful
!b chorale, ah Christians Maj
itrjoirr Today" Choli
Recftativr and Arlettn (Soprano;,
"Mark Thnti My Heart"
i l,eone White
Quartette, "tf'elcolue. Thrice Wel-
come." . Jerl IJallantyne. Walter
Stephena Myrtle lligU c and Jesst
ISolo f Contralto) "Th Virgin's
I Lullaby" Mildred War
I-'inale (Chorus ' "Now Prated We
All i ur Ood"
Ogden Tabernacle Choir
Name Judges lo Pick
Best School Posters
More than eighty posters, advertis
ing the ter. eiiten.iry C the landing of
the Pilgrims, were placed on exhibi
tion at the Carnegie Free Public 11
brary today by students of the junior
high schools of the city and of the
'udeii MiKh school- Prizes for the
htst poHliiH have he, -ii off. I'd by til'
llhlaiv hoard, the hlph BObOOl .Htudfcnt
having tho best poster to receive $10.
while the Juplor hlKii schoql student
winning will be awarded IS.
Thos.. interested in art vvoil. ne in
vited to Inspect the work which will
be on exhibition until December, ti
Th fudges for the contest art : Alr.i
Wj II. Ieej..- p. I. riawv. .n and Karl
J. Glade of Safl Lale. The prizes will
if awarded next Saturday.
A. C. Quartet Will
Entertain Stock Men
Livestock men of the wi?: attending
,the second annual gden DveStOCK
show and tile banquet on January N
that is to be e siec!ai feature 6i the
.veix i:; be entertained by the fam
ous Utah Agricultural college iinartetti
accordlng to announcement made to-i
ia by i: R, Kanzler. chairman of the
entertainment committee This quar
tette is directed i c K. Johnson, who
lead.-,? the A c Glee elub on
'tour of the easl with Utah, and Idaho
Arrangement! arc mud - for other
Nature- ..f the )r. .. ra m . including ad
dresses bj several prominent men f
i he Intormountaifl states. Th,.. banquet
will he h. ld at the Weber Normal col
lege rooms and the livestock exhibitors
'ti.i herdsmen will be guests or the Og-1
den Livestock "how
-UU - '
a minimum wage t $ij pei we.,
Tor women and minors employed by
U lephone, companies, fa ttorli I
.dries an. i man mtile establishments
has been made by the Texas Industrial
Welfare commission. i
Fair Tonight, Warmer,
Is Weather Forecast
"Fair tonight und warmer ffVlday,"
i:i the forecast of the Chlted States
weather bureau which reached the city
today. Snow may possibly fall touior
I row. the rejiort stated.
Yesterdaj's maximum temperature
was degrees with 8 minimum of 1 1
d-jfrees Inst night.
Files Suit to Prevent
Building of Partition
i ' O. Runyon has filer! suit in the
district court against II. C. Sander
asl.ing the court to restrain the de-
fendanl froni building partitions in n
building at - - - -t Washington avenue
which Is leased to him. Mr. Runyon
claims tliHt the defendant Is m vrrot n
ful possession of the house and that
the construction of Ihe partitions In
terferes With his use of ihe building.
Wasps are born and ihrie in the
bodies of caterpillars. 1
Locate Relatives of
Man Who Hung Self
Relatives of J. F. Armstrong. Who
Inommltted xulclde by hanging In the
leounty jail Tuesday afternoon, have
been iocaled in South Dakota anl they
are ia-:ng notified of the circumstances
"of the death by the sheriffs office.
The relatives of the man jn also Be
ing asked regarding disposition of the
A telegram ent to Sullivan, Mo.,
yesterday brought the Information
that It. H. Armstrong, president of the
f "aimer's state bank of Canaaotai
South Dakota, and W -I Armstrong,
cashier of that institution are both
relatives of ihe !ear man. They were
notified er the death last night, but
no answer had been received up to
Armstrong hung himself tu the cell
door within the j:lil by a crude rope
manufactured from his bi bjanketa.
Ills hod! was discovered by Iiepmv
Sheriff George Ailen. He was being
held in custody pending Investigation
ai to his sanity after hiving iecn tak
en from a train at the Union depot
by police officers.
There are 51 kinds of paper itioneA
In the United State;.
Don't Poison Baby.
FORTY YKARS AGO almost every mother ttiOQght her child must have
PAREGORIC or laudanum to mako it sleep. These druys will produce
sleep, and a PEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP
1'ROM WUICH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who
have heen killed or whew health Las h-en rtiincl for life by paregoric, lauda
num and morphine, each of which is a naro. tic product of opium. liruRKiste
are prohibited from selling either of the narcotics named to children at all, or
to anyliody without labelling them "poison." The delinition of "narcotic"
n : ' A RteoArffM which rWisues pain and ryrhu:c. filer), but tchich in prison
ous clones produces stupor, coma, convulsions awl death." Tho t;ist.e and
Small of medit Ines containing Opium are distcuised, and sold tinder the names
of " Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups." etc. You should not permit any
medicine to bo given to your children without vou or your phveiciau know
of what it is composed O ASTORIA DOES S?OT
CONT.UN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature -of
Chas. IT. P -her. ZXy-W-lenniue
t'HStoi la alrrars bears the slgnatnre of -uzS-X'tZocc&A(
AT HALF PRICE
This Includes Doil Buggies, Autos and I
We are going to close out every toy in our store by
Christmas Eve if low prices will do it.
To Our Friends Throughout Davis, Weber and Morgan Counties
WE ARE NOW PRIVILEGED TO SELL
IN THIS TERRITORY
We Sell Anywhere All Models
Our standard of Service will convince you of our desire to serve
NEW MODERN SERVICE AND SALES BUILDING
nearing completion. None better in Utah.
Take a half-hour drive on the best road in the West and get bet
ter acquainted with us.
LAYTON AUTO CO.
LUCIUS LAUDIE, Manager.
Phone Layton 83.
Former Ogden Man
Is Dead at Garlad
. Word w.i- received here todaj front
rOarland of the death of Oscai Harrlsi
aged "i4. Mr. Harrln wan formerly i
resident of Ojrdcn. but led this i IU
I twonty-flye years ago to make hln
home i' Garland. Acute storndhh irmi
IMe Is jfiven ah the reason for his
i He In jiurvlved by the widow, li:
ions anil ti.v daiufhtir'.
Talks With Canners
Walter X. Boyden, stale dairy and
food commissioner im an Oden vis- i
itor yesterday afternoon While in the , (
city he conferred with representatives,
Of the L tnh Cannlnir association and 1
the National Canners' associ.it inn and
later visited Ihe Sperry Hills.
SKATING SKATING I
Fine Skating at Shupe's Rink j
1 BLOCK EAST OF OGDEN RIVER I
BRIDGE, SOUTH SIDE H
Phone 1025-J H
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Standard-Examiner Classified Ads. Always Bring Results. I
Holiday Specials 1
L?fS For Friday I
and Saturday ! II
I lL Here arc somc oi e things that go to llf ' jI 1 1
fltfLflX iji make up sensible Christmas giving. And IMU H f
li jw8tt& BBrr) besides you get them at reduced price; j j
I ;Ss money saved Come in tomorrow jjjj j
MEN'S SILK HOSE f LADIES HOSE
Our entire line of men's high qual- N j Beautiful line of famous Monito -
& ity Silk Hose. Regular dollar val- A , Silk Hose. All colors. Bought at j
P "" for - J&Bk th new lov. price 1
69c p -j8Q$ $1-25 to $3 00 f
LADIES' SAMPLE W j LADIES' FELT
SLIPPERS ( Th SLIPPERS 1 I
L. , . x. ES I These are from our regular ine.
Here are some special bargains 1 IS -u , . , ,
H , , ,, , c ,, I 1 -J I " he very acme of style and qual
in Ladles' Felt House Slipperr . ., ,.
I Excellent values. Always scld . IT,I I w "'''"9 them as a
for $3.50 FOR LITTLE I Christmas Gift special at
I $1.98 j TOTS 52.48 M
Special table of Felt Slip j
pers. Just it for Santa. 1
WEAR TKEM LONGER ... LADIES' SPATS A
I We not only sell you new shoes at
lower prices, but we help to make Another lot. sizes 6 to 9 Beautiful line of Ladiec' Spats for
them give double service Bring tfi oe Christmas. Very appropr.ate. Splen- U
your old ones in and let us repair L.3D did values at
them. 1 ? $2.00 to $2.50 I
Where Shopping gf 2356 Washinton
For 6cjd Sho6 h 'B
AGeouineTennesseeRed Cedar H
Chest Makes An Ideal Gift
Select One Now At
BOYLE'S PRICE ADJUSTMENT SALE fM
These splendid genuine-Tennessee Red Cedar Chests make ihe finest and I
most acceptable of Christmas Gifts. Our line is very complete at this time and
we urge you to make an early selection The very low prices at which we are fiViifl
I offering these chests will be apprecaited when you see them.
No. 6662. 32x17 inches wide. dOA No. 136. Chest. $28.5". tf00 OA I iiifl
'25 Krd Reduced io 3ZZ.oU IH
No. 6539 3Hxi inch, copper djo; Nq nTfth Cheat, S45. fror ILH
trimmed, 82.50. Reduced to J0 lteducod to tpjO IfLLV
No. 216 Copper Lrlmmed cheat, 0oa No 67 ts chest, 158. 5c tiron KLH
ISO grade uo P4 Hrduc-d io p4D.0U
21 Styles To Choose From
LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED
I EVERYTHING FOfl THE HOME !