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I FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1920. Qlfrp Ult Ur ft IZX 31111 OGDEN, UTAH. I
IDONT LET MONEY MEANT FOR !
OGDEN'S POOR CHILDREN GET
TO SALT LAKE CITY, WARNING
T- ;
1 Tf you Intend to contribute lo th funds
of the ChlWron's Aid society ur that
H f ho mnni1) poo.s to the Opln society anrt
B not to a soclctv In another city of lh
This is the warninp Issued today by the
.'hlldren's Aid M-iet on the eye of the
society's tap day drive for funds.
B The wnrnlnK was issued when it
learned that the, Utah Children's 11' me
.society of Salt Lake was sending letters
io ORdenltes soliciting ftie.ds for the
H Christmas Red Stocking dr.
The Opden -women are rallinir iliir
drive tlu camp.HKn for the Little Red
1 If ORden men and women want to p-ive
money to the Salt L.a!;e society, tho Oj,--den
women have no objections.
Hut they do not want Ogdenltc; to pive
to the Salt I .-ike. Institution in the belief
they are plving to the Ogden organlra-
So they ask: "Pn not mistake the Red
Stocking drive for the Red Heart drive
The Red Stocking drlVS means the
H money goes to Salt Lake.
I Set January 9 for
I Annual Rabbit Hunt
Sunday January S has been desig
nated as the date for the '.'rabbit"
drive for Ogden sportsmen and com
plete details for the trip to Kelton
will be mapped out during the early
part of the coming week Members of
the Ogden Gun club have taken In
tense Interest in the coming drive and
will be represented by more than forty
members, it is stated.
More than 126 sportsmen will be re
quired to make the trip in order that
special rates may be obtained.
W. H. Chevers of the Union Pn ific
and Wills rd O. Wilson of the South
ern Pacific are completing the rail
road details for the drive and will an
nounce the rates within a tew days, it
Is said.
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I Republican Central
Committee to Meet
All members of the AWhCT county Re
publican central committee an; urped to
be present tomorrow afternoon at a meet
ing; to be held in the county courthouse
at 2 o"clock to cn-id.r recommendations
for appointments in count state and
federal positions. Arthur Woolley, chair
man of the central committee, has called
the meetinir and will fn;e8(Ce
It Is said that there are hundreds of
applications for appointment'' ready fi r
ccnr-lderatlon.
Of
H Says Hush and Refused
H to Provide for Her
H Charginc failure to provide, iiae Cros-
H hie has filed sup f. r ii-. r.
H trict court against John A. Crosble, The!
H couple was married September 27, 1915. j
in Opden.
Mrs Oosbie complains that althi
lier husband :! nvr.tli a
H railroad switchman he has refused to
H ' provide her with the c mmon necessities
H of life She asks for allmonj and i osts
Hp of smt.
I 6 4'
moke. Pnf
ml SHo: ctA
I T,u- In
Tho Red Heart drive means the money!
will be spent for the relief of bad condi
tions amonp Option's children.
Mrs F. X. 'Hess is secretary of the
Opden Children's Aid society.
The letters from Salt I-akc are slpned
F. O Hess, superintendent
The i ;d. ii women hav. no complainl
to make about the Salt Lake orpaniia
tion and the work It does and they admit,
the rlpht f the organization to appeal :
for funds I
But the Ogden women believe that he- ,
cause of tho similarity in names, method!
of campalgninK and other circumstances (
that olenites unwittingly will contribute
to the salt Lake organization in the be
lief that they aro helping the pden
charity.
The Ogden women say that every cent
that can be raised In Ogden is needed
for Opden relief vork so they will con
slder it unfortunate, Indeed, if some of
the money, meant for the Ogden Chil
dren's Aid Boclety. pets to the Salt Lake
organisation by mistake.
Stores Open Until 7
Tomorrow Evening
I The first eening opening of Ogden
stores will be In effect tomorrow night
(until 7 o'clock in order that persons
(who cannot purchase their Christmas
! needs during the day time, may have
'an opportunity after business hours
(At a meeting yesterday of merchant?,
called by MISS M Stewart, head of the
I called be Miss M Stewart, head of the
Ogden chamber of commerce a decl
'sion was reached to keep stores open
but three niphts before the holidays.
Next Thursday and Friday evenings
all stores will remain open until 9
o'clock.
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Says Husband Cruel;
Woman Given Divorce
Decree of divorce has heen granted
in the district court to Helen Mnzur
I from Stanley Mnzur by Judge A- E.
Ipratl on grounds of cruelty. 'The cou
ple wa. married In Poland February
19. 190S.
Mrs Mazur testified before tho
COUrt that on April 13. 1017. her hus
banl violently assaulted her. cursed
and swore and later drove her from
home. Mr Mnzar did not nppeur in
court and the case went by default to
tho plaintiff.
Mrs Maziir was awarded custody of
three minor children and her husband
will be ordered to pay costs of the
suit.
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Second Ward Concert
Begins at 7:39 O'clock
In order that the concert orchestra
may have the services of those musi
cians with later engagements, the
concert at the Second ward hall to
nlpht will be begun at 7: 30 o'clock,
j The ward choir soloists will sing
excepts from "The Messiah. The or
chestra will play the "Pastoral"' sym
phony Following the concert there will be
a dancing party.
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Deaf Hoop Players
Wallop Paper Five
The basketball team of the ScQVille
Paper company met defeat at the hands
of the State School for the Deaf team
on the latter'S floor last nlht, the score
being 22 to 2. Both teams used their
second string men
CHICKEN SHOW
AWARDS IDE
Ogden Poultry Fanciers Carry
Off Majority of
Ribbons
Awards at the Weber County Poul
try association show now on at the
armorv were announced this morning.
The exhibition opened Mondnv and
will com to a close Saturday Judg
ing is being done by James A. Tucker,
ol Round I ak, Mich
The awards follow
AWARDS WEBER COUNT1 POUI
TR ASSOCIATION SHOW
December i-i to iHtb inclusive.
Judge, Jajmcs - Tucker.
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROOKS
G. L. Spence. Ogden. 3rd cockerel,
1-2 pullets.
I erel, 3-4-6 pullets.
I Cephus Anderson, 'Iremonton, 1-2
hen.
Carl Weise. Ogden. 1st cockerel.
WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS
A W. Anderson, ogden, 2nd, Old
Pen, 4th cock, 1st hen
K. A. Maddock, Ogden, 3rd cock.
2-3 hen, 3rd cockrei. 1-3-4-5 pullet.
K. H. Cannon, Salt Lake. 1st Young
Pen, 1-2-6 cockerel.
Fred Clifton, I gden. Younceet Ex
hibitor. T. E. Thomas, Ogden, 1st cock
Wm. V. Shuu. Ogden, 1st Old Pen,
3rd cock, 4th cockerel, 2nd pullet.
Bl I I V, Mol i 11 ROCKS
Wm. W. Shaw, Ogden, 1st cockerel
1 1-2-3 pulb't. 1 -2 hen
PARTRIDGE K KS
M. C Ison. Kaysville, 1st cockerel.
1-2-3-4 pullets
SILVER LACED WYANDOTTES
G ilford L, Anderson, Brlgham Cit .
1st Young Pen, 1st cock, 2nd cockerel
1-2 pullet.
John H. Thompklns, Ogden, 3rd
Young Pen, 3-6. 3rd pullet.
Fred F. Eeager, Ogden, 1-2-1-0
I hens.
GOLDEN LACED WYANDOTTES
I J. C. Hayes, Ogden, 1st cock. 3-4
hen. .
IIITF rANHOTTES
O. W. Walker, Ogden. 1st Old Pen,
1-2-1-4 hen.
James Iluno, ogden, 1st Young Pen.
list cockerel, 1st pullet
Wm. J. Manning, Ogden, 2nd Old
I Pen, 2nd Young Pen, 5th hen, 2-3-5
.cockerel. 2nd pullet.
1 Fred E Seager, ogden, 1st cocker. 1,
, 1-2 pullet.
COLUMBIAN WYANDOTTES
I O. Eckhardt and son. Ogren, 1st Old
Pen. 1st Young Pen, 1-2-3-4 cockerel,
1 1-2 pullet 1
SINt.l l COMB RHODE ISLAM)
REDS
Hyrum Sessions, ountlful, 2nd cock,
I 3-4 hen, 5th cockerel
.i Hansen, ugutn, i-a cock, i-
j hen, 1-2-4 pullet.
A C Sneed, Ogden. 4th cock, 2nd
cockerel.
. L. Bramwell, Ogden, 1st Old Pen.
5th cock, 2nd hen
W. O Ramshaw, Salt Lake. 2nd Old
I Pen. 1st Young Pen, 3rd cockrei, 5th
pullet
George Soffe, Salt Iake, 1st cockerel
5th pullet.
P T, Qrogger, Ogden, 4th cockerel.
Carl A Welsc. Ogden. 2nd Young
Pen
LIGHT BRAHMAS
Otto L. Thorsted, Ogden. 1st Young
Pen
Walter N Farr, Ogden, 1st Old Pen.
.3rd cockerel.
'm. Spangenberg, Ogden, 2nd cock.
1- 2 hen, 1st cockerel, 1st pullet
V. J Young, ogden, 1st cock, 2nd
pullet
Wilford S Young, Ogden, 2nd cock
erel. BLA K LANGSH INS
Al C. Ison, Kaysville, 2nd cockerel.
2- 3-4-5 pullets.
Carl olsen, Smithfield, 1st cockerel.
1st pullet
niTF LANGSHANS
Carl Olsen, Smithfield, 1st cockerel,
1st pullet.
IsiNtHii: COMB WHITE LEGHORNS
H. F. & R. M. Tucker, Provo, 1-3
cock. 5th hen
I Albert L. Mons. n, Provo, 4th Young
'Z v.y'
I j Friday and Saturday Specials On Felts j
All $1.95 felts reduced to $1.45
I All $2.45 felts reduced to $1.95
I All $2.95 felts reduced to $2.45
1 All $3.45 feits reduced to ' $2.95
All $3.95 felts reduced to $3.45
I Also wonderful reductions on all high priced felts
j Children's felts reduced to $1.45
I iH. W.JONES SHOE CO.
! JStm 2461 Washington Ave. f
I the sign of Gooo SHOES FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN
SHOES
I . 1 1 . I I
1 Dad Says Let's Make
I 8 Musical
I IHff Christmas
ypw Only One More Day
c . n Left of Grafonola
btyle L-2
m Week.
CI) ve vou pssess'n
BHM'l"Jli one these beautiful
DEPOSIT Grafonolas for your
i Christmas pleasure.
Come in Today for Demonstration
"Ogden's Phonograph Headquarters"
I GLEN BROS. -ROBERTS
1 PIANO CO.
Pen. 2-3 cockerels.
Edwin lirlckelt, Pamwan, 3rd Old
Pen.
State Industrial School, Ogden, 2nd
Old Pen, 1-3 Young Pen. 4th cockerel,
( 2nd pullet
V. L. Jr.imwell, Ogden. 1st Old Pn.
'2nd Young Pen. 2nd cock. 3rd pullet
! Walter N. Farr. Ogden, 1-2-3-4 h.-n,
i Glh cockerel, let pullot.
slNt. I E (-OMU mil LEGHORN S
M. H. Mann, NYoods Cross. 1st cock,
1st hen, 3rd cockrei, 1st pullet
C. H. Spence, (gden, 1st Young Pon
O. B Thjurgdod, Bountiful, 1st cock
rei. 2nd pullet.
Henry Combe, Ogden, 2-3-4-5 hen,
2nl cockerel, 3-4 pullet
BLACK Ml N K AS
L. Claude Wheeler. Ogden, 1st Old
Pen. ;th hen, 2-3 pullet.
Prush iii Blddoway, Salt Lake. 1st
cockerel, 1st pullot.
BLUE M I DS1 Ws
H F. Bowen. Ogden, 1st cock. 1-2-3
h'-n.
John H. Thonipkins, Ogden, 2nd
cock, 4th hen.
SINGLE COMB AXCON IS
J. M. Adamson. Salt Lake, 1st
Young Pen, 2nd cockerel, 1-2 pullet
Win W. Sraw, Ogden, 1st cockerel,
13-4 pullet.
Id PP ORPHINGTONS
c ihus E. Anderson, Trenionton. 1st
pullet.
C, H. Spence, Ogden, 1st Young Pen,
1st cockerel.
SPECKLED SI SSI 8
I-'rad Summerlll, Jr., .)gden. 1st
cockrei, 1-2-3-4-5 pullets
DARK ORNISH G ME
S. A. Alison, Ogden. 1st Old Pen.
1-2-4 cock. 3-4-G hen. 1st cockerel. 1-2
pullet.
A. A- Browning, ugden. 1st Young
Pen, 3rd cock, 1-2 hen, 2nd cockerel,
3rd pullet.
SILVER SPANDELD HAMRf RGS
O. G. Loveland, Brlgham, 2nd
Young Pen
Y ilford L. Anderson, Brlgham, 1st
Young Pen, 1st cockerel, 1st pullet.
ROSE COMB RHODE ISLAND
WHITES
Andrew T Clark, Ogden, 1st cock,
1-2-3-4 hen.
LIGHT BRAHMAS BANTAMS
Wm. H. Spangenberg, Ogden, 1st
cock 1-2 pullet.
BRONZE TURKEYS
John Kay, Ogden, 1st cock, 1st hen.
A. S. Andrews, Ogden, 1st cockerel.
2nd cock
WHITE TURKEYS
James Kay, Jr , 1 st.
WHITE PEKIN DUCKS
John H. Thompklns. Ogden, 1st
cockerel, st pullet
Announcement of the "special" win
ners will be made later
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Man Wanted Who Saved
Boy From Vicious Dog
Wanted The man who beat off
the dog which attacked Walter Fow
ler on Washington avenue between
Nineteenth and Twentieth streets yes
terday morning.
This man Is wanted to identify the
dog suspected of having bitten the
bo. who is the son of R. J- Fowler.
The boy was on his way to school
The dog attacked him and bit him
thfee or four times before a man came
to the boy's assistance.
The man Is asked to call at the po
lice station or to telephone 1679.
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AIR MAIL HANGAR TO
BE DEDICATED TUESDAY
SALT LAKE, Dec. 17. With E. R.
White, acting second assistant post
master general, here to preside at the'
ceremonies and with the expected at
tendance of governors of Wyoming.
Utah and Nevada, to assist the Salt
Iake hangar of the United States air
mail service, the last completed link In i
the transcontinental mall air routt
will be dedicated Tuesday. Announce-;
ment to this effect was made by the.
Ml retary of the local commercial clubi
today '
To Form Commercial
Hoop League Tonight
Representatives of The Standard -Exem-
; Ini-r. ScOWCTOftS, Southern Parlflo shops
Seovllle Paper company ,'lon High :
' school, Weber Normal College, Kaplan's I
ani tho state School for th- Deaf will
rnvt in the newsroom of Th- Standard- j
Kxamlner this evening to porfert the
organization of th Commercial Hasket- i
lall league Schedules for the new or
i panlaatlon together with ruh s and regu-
I latlons, will be adopted at the meeting
this evenlnR
The date for the playing of the games
and other data win also lo arranged al
! the meeting according to those In charge
j of the session this evening
Browning Brothers has offered a large i
i silver loving cup to the team winning the'
gonfalon and It Is probable, that other
j prizes will also he obtained.
Officers for the league will also be I
named.
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Two Withdraw From i
Weber Club Election
George (Jlen and W H. Shearman,
I two candidates for president of the i ,
Weber club at the annual election to I
be held January 12, have withdrawn
from the race This announcement
was made by Secretary W. V. Rocke
feller today
James H Douglas, Patsy Healy and
P T. Wright are the three remaining'
candidates.
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NOTICE
The regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Standard Invest
ment company, of iigden I'tnh, will
be held Wednesday January 5, 1921 1
at 2 o'clock p. m. at the office of the ,
company. 2640 Washington avenue.
Ogden, Utah, for the purpose of elect-,
ing directors :nd officers to serve for
the ensuing year and the. transacting'
of such other business as may prop-
erly come before the meeting.
I lated Ogden, I'tah, December 14.
j 1 !2n
HENRY T ROWERS.
President.
W. J STEPHENS. JR,
Secretary I
WE WILL PAY
$ 00
For Complete Copy of
The
Ogden Examiner
of
December 25, 1919
Bring to The
STANDARD-EXAMINER
OFFICE
i c;
jam Mini -
FORD I
FREE CLINIC I
6 to 8 p. m.
SATURDAY I
EVENING
These meetings are well worth
your time. Moving pictures and
instructive talks. Come and
join these classes. Here's your
opportunity to learn free what
you would pay for in an auto !
school.
Bioford-Kimball J
Motor Co. I
BLJY OVR XMAS GIFTS J
At the Little Hardware Store "tj
"ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING"
Cut Glass Silverware Manicure Sets. Toys, Wagons, j I
Sleighs and Skates
PRICES THAT GO WITH YOUR POCKET BOOK
BOYLE HARDWARE CO. I
Twenty-fourth Street and Hudson Ave.
If You Want a Beautiful Set of 8 8
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
for $9.75, trade out $25 with us and it is yours for J
that price. The set is guaranteed.
BEDROCK PRICES sHE
ORANGES, SUN KISSED BUY NOW, DON'T WAIT
I 26 in a case, the dozen f ! . . . . 55c
1 76 in a case, the dozen 4QC
216 in a case, the dozen 35c
300 in a case, the dozen 25c
The case $5.40
NO LESS THAN A DOZEN SOLD
pssri INDEPENDENT MEAT CO, Phone
2420 Washington Avenue I 391
GIVE BOOKS I
I
Would you give thrills, laughs, hearthrobs, inspiration comfort
or cheer?
Then you must give books for only in books are all these to
, be found. "
.Have you thought of KODAK ALBUMS?
SPARGO'S BOOK STORE f
Handard-Exami;ier Classified Ads. Always Bring ResuTP
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