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H r 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31, 1922 W
I!SWBSTWTIAL PROVfTH OF CITY
RKKssei ey mm head
f Rapid Increase as Industrial Center Augurs Well
For Ogden, Says J. Francis Fowles; Points
Out Decisive Factors That Will
Build Up Community.
I( With the livestock Industry movlnr
(rapidly ahead in Ogden, the packing
industry, milling Industry s,nd frrain
industry rmJ with the i ipid dtevt i
mint pf the sugar, cannirn;. darylng
.'.nd a.' I cultural industries adjacent to
gden making rapid strides, the real
estate outlook for 1121 is most cn
( iu taking.
Thin uas tho staftment made yes
terday by J. Francis Fowle.-, president
of the Realtors association of og-den.
'He said that the realtors wore con-
meed after making a cartul survey
Of the loral situation that the city was
j on tho vergo of a forward movement
that would lie continuous from now or.
'as far as real estate was concerned.
rlscusslnr the situation Mr I-'..uKs
FORESEES I PWARD TIO STD
L"cn a cursory survey cf the new
industries points toward a decided up
I ffard trend In tho real estate business.
Consider tho livestock Industry Thou
sands of dollars art- be Ins? v r ri-1
In Increasing feed yards to tare for
c-ittle and sheep. At hc present time
I i In UKCion, jmo.uuii suc-ep are rmK ivu
More than 800.000 sheep have passed
through the yards In pdcn during tho
past year. Buyers from all parts of
' iho country ronio to Ogden now to
I buv on our market.
"Moic than $2,eOO,000 Is Invested If.
I figden mills at present and many oth
ier industries such aa canning, sugar,
dairying and various agricultural In
I dustrles nro bclnjr developed in and
OtttlgUOUS to Ord-'n
I "If the now steel mills proposed
I near I'rovo are developed to the cx
Itent that the plans call foi and with
Ogdon as the railroad center of tho
state, it is almost certain that many
more manufacturing establishment!
I will be locate. here. And ihls will oc
cur Irrespective of how ths present
railroad controvert- is settled.
"All that I have said in merely an
Illustration of a growing demand for
labor, and consequently ! Increasing
demand for homes and housing facili
ties. BUTLDIVt; KTVIV.VTj
"The demand fqr building mate lal
during the coming venra will ni noi
fiity Le greater because of the revival
in building now ccn In mans ' the
larger cities. Hence prices of building
mattriai win tend to follow tru- in
creased demand ond will undoubted!
""Wo need new luiidlngs In Ogden. I
"hotels, new uftiro buildings, and a n
I city and county building and becausi
(of ths decided Improvement in finan
cial conditions these will be built.
"Two of the larrre. insurance com
Ipanles are now willing to loan money
on real estate in Ogden. whlcb loans
could not be secured six months ago.
(One office building will consume more
tnaterial than many homes. Building
material pric-s are also being aff 1 d
at present by our export trad. In
'Japan for example, dozens of
scrapers are now under construction
fby Am or loan contractors and power
iants, reservoirs and much road con
struction ! dnder way.
j "Reduced to dollars and cents'! now
is the time to buy or build homes.
The following is a tabulated example
Of the amount of rent a man pays at
the regular rate of Interest, whit h. if
applied on the buying of a home,
would result In a buyer owning the
home Instead of a rent receipt after
a few years:
Ten years $25. $396-1. -f. $30.
$4745.0 1; $50. $79u8.40.
Fifteen years J25. $0982.73 $30.
$83711.27: BO, $13. M5. 16
: Twenty years $25. $11,085.66; $30.
118,242.78; $50. $22,071.30.
Twenty-five years $25. $10.459 28:
$30. $19,751.14; $50. $32. 917. oft.
"Very tew people that have invest
ed money in Ogd-n real e t.-tfe have
sustained any Iokhcs. Jmnr.g the past
year property values have Increased In
certain sections of the city more than
100 per cent. If nrdlnarllj fair judg
ment is used in the purchase of h.
home there is no better investment foi
all the fundamental things point o a
substantial growth of the city within
the next few years."
OF NEW BANK HERE
The Bank of Italy of California, one
of the leading financial Institutions of
tho Farific coast which has many
I branch banks Is to open a bank In
I Ogden, according to persi3tent rum
ors among banking interests in Ogden.
i Those who are understood to be in- .
jterested locally in the new venture,
would neither confirm nor deny it yes
terday. According to the story in circulation
,ln financial circles a new banking
company 1 to be Organised In Ogden,
which Is to occupy the present Com-I
(rncrclul National bank quarters, until
new quarters are provided.
I It Is also understood that the David '
Eccics company is to be Interested in
;the new banking Institution.
Those that are in a position to know
state that color is given to the rumor
by the fact that James E. Pickett,
mpnager of the David Eccles com
pany, and who was formerly connect
ed with the Hank of Italy before
coming to Ogden, went to fc'an Fran- I
Cisco recently presumably to spend
his holiday vacation; tnit In reality to
consummate the deal with the Pacific!
coast Interests for th local interests, j
PIONEER WOMAN OF
PLAIN CITY HONORED
PLAIN' CITY, Dec. 30. Forty
people celebrated the eighty-second
birthday anniversary of Mrs. Caro
line, Skecn December 24. Her chll
iclren, grandchlldreu, great-grancU hil
tdren and other guests were present.
Dinner was served at the home of
Dan Williams ir m 2 to -1 o'clock.
Mrs. Skeen Is tho oldest living pioneer
Of Plain City.
County Students Will Re
turn to Their Studies
The county schools will reeonyens
for school work Tuesday. January 2.
at 9 a. m., acxordlnp to an announce
ment made laat night by Superinten
dent B. A. Fowler.
Teachers that have been away on
their vacations during the holidays
wero reporting back, he said, yester
day, so that they would be ready to
meet students on the opening morn
ing of school.
The teaching corps, h said, was
For the purpose of reorganization
and the election of a president, vice
president, clerk of the board and tr
urer and the appointment of the n
essary committees, the new board of
(education will hold Its first meeting
on Saturday, January fj.
Arthur M Ferrln is the only new
'member of the board, the other two
members having been reelected.
The two most Important eommltces
to bo formed are the committee on
teachers, which acts on the recom
mendations of the superintendent rel
ative to the employment of toaclu
and In regard to matters of discipline j
and the committee on supplies.
A. R. Melntyre. "den druggist,
and former representative from W -her
'"unty to the Utah legislature.
Saturday received notice that he had
been appointed Republican state com
mitteeman from Weber county,' suc
ceeding J. U. Eldredge, Jr.. who re
signed prior to tho lust election.
Mr. Melntyre was appointed by
Carl R. Marcusen, state Republican
chairman who informed Mr. Meln
tyre that he was pleased to adopt tho
recommendation of the Weber county
Republican chairman, Joseph E.
Mr. MclnJyre was summoned to a
state committee meeting at the Hotel
Utah in Salt Lake. January 6.
NO MAIL DELIVERY
Failure tp provide mall boxes for
the delivery of mall by carriers will
result In the mail delivery prlvileRo
being withdrawn by the postofflce
department after January 1, according
to advices received by Postmaster
Rufus A. Garner yesterday.
Postmaster Garner .said that more
than 90 per r ent of the residents had
already provided boxes for the de
livery of mall or had slots placed In
thn door through which tho letters
Ho explained that tho new ruling
had resulted In a greatly Improved
carrier service throughout tho city,
residents getting their mall from 3o
minutes to an hour earlier than formerly
A feature of the Aztec religion In
Mexico, In perhaps the most typical
form of sacrifice, the heart was torn
ruit of the body while tho victim was
Results of Demonstration at
Farr West Recounted
By Home Agent
How to better the nutritional status
of the school children Is a vital prob
lem for Weber county people to solve
according tD Miss Ellen Agren. home
'demonstration agent. She said:
i "Statistic obtained from weighing
1 and measuring school children laat
year showed that moro than SO per
cent of the Weber county school chil
dren were under weight for their
, height. While it H conceded that the
serving of one hot dish at the school
lunch period Is an excellent thing for
the children, yet it has also proved
to be inadequate In bringing the chil
dren up to weight for height.
"Mrs. Christine B. Clayton, of the
Ftah Agricultural college extension
service, who Is assisting in nutrition
work In the state, met with the homo
agent and a tentative plan was work
ed out which would procure better
cooperation of the parents, children
and the school. This plan to bo tried
out in a school where tho one hot
dish was being served at the noon
"The Farr West school was the one
chosen as a demonstration school to
try out this plan of home follow-up.
B. A. Fowler, county superintendent
of schools. Charlotte Kunz, county
school nurse. Charles Owens, school
principal, and the rest of the teach- ;
ing force of the Farr West school are
cooperating with the extension service
to the fullest extent In putting over
this piece of work The parents' In
trri st and cooperation Is being
sought and has been obtained to
"After the Farr West school Waal
decided upon as a test school, the chit- i
dren wero weighed and measured and
the percentage over weight or under
weight figured out for each child. Tj
stimulate . interest, different colored ,
stars are being used on the class
weight-height record to show the chil
dren and the teachers where cam
child stands In physical fitness from
the weight-height relationship. Thoi
following rhyme Is used In this con
nection with the stars to correspond:
"White is all right up to weight and
Blue won't do 1 to 7 per cent be-'
low weight for height,
lied, danger ahead 7 or more per
cent below weight for heigh n.
"The survey made a month ago
brought out tho following startling
"Ninety-nine children were welghdj
and measured. Only 18 white stars
were given, meaning only IS children
were up to weight. Twenty-five blu3
stars were given, meaning that tnts
many children are from 1 to 7 per
cent under weight; 50 red stars were
given, which means that G6 out of the
99 are from 7 to 23 per cent under
we ight for their height or in what Is
termed a malnourished state.
"The cooperation of one of our lo
cal specialists In children diseases ha
been secured and he has agreed tp
see that the children who are in tno
red star class arc given a thorough
physical examination. The purpose of
this examination is to find out if the-e
t Ogden s Leading Dentists gHBto ' ,
We Will Staid the New Ye.ir b ren. . t
denno the very best of professional den-
tal service to our pjtrons for the follow itiS' .IS I
ing saving prices: V .JS I
22-karat Gold Crown $ 6.00 Jtr
Brldoework. gold or pOrCSU n I "IJr nj
HandJom? Natur.il Plit 1 Q I . $f C
Piinless Extraction of Teeth, per
tooth $ 1.00 W
DPT. H. B. FOUTZ V
no r d cm ,-r-r Come In and get a free examination and . , , 7
DR. E. R FOUTZ v A clean tooth doe not I
.... . .. estmi.-itf at these gct-acqualnted prices. rjerav.
A bad tooth uncarea for constantly ueca.
New Method Dentists
2465 and 2469 Washington Ave. t E 1 cl.on ot th h
Opposite Washianton Market Pnoee - . W I
is any apparent physical handlcnp'
which prevents the child from gain
ing. The parents h;t' been consulted
and ar- giving their cooperation m
this matter. They will be Invited to'
be present when their child Is being
ev a mined."
Tho chances are. Miss Agren said,
that the children in the other county
schools wftl measure up in the same
KING CONFESSES TO
Further questioning by Chief ofi
Detectives Robert Burk of J. J. Kin,!
ex-convict arrested recently by tho
Ogden police for tho robbery of tho
Tabernacle pharmacy, cb-veloped tho
ict that while at Downey, Ida b.8
robbed a butcher shop and a restau
rant and a butcher shop and store
at MeCammpn, Ida.
It is understood thai th-.- nolire are
to turn tho boy, David Kelly. 14
years of age of Anaconda. Mont.,
over to the Juvenile court authorities.
Tho youth was arrested with King,
whom he met two weeks ago at Mi -
'amnion, he told the police, after he
had run awuy from his home at Ana
MAN WANTED HERE
CAUGHT ON COAST
Albert C. Vaughn, wanted In Ogden,
in conneclon with ths their of a bag
of money from the Shaw-Fsrley store
at the northeast corner of Twelfth
street and Washington avenue re6 nt
ly, has been arrested at Pasadena, Cal. I
for the theft of an automobile and tho
robbery of a bakery at that place.
Information to this effect wns re
ceived by Chief of Tolice Curtis Alli
son yesterday from Charles i. Kelley.
chief of police at Pasadena, who ask- !
ed for Vaughn's record in Ogden. j
Ten months out of the ye ar is win-)
tor in Spitsbergen
CANKERS WILL I
Two Day Session To Be
Held in Salt Lake at
The thirteenth annual convention of
the rtah Canners association will
open at the Hotel L'tah at Ball I-ake
Tuesday morning at 10 S. ml, with
President w. j. Parker of "gdn. pre
siding. CahnerS from all parts of the state
will be in attendance It is said, ar
rangements having lien rn.ub- to -n
Governor Charles R. Mabey of L'tah
will extend greetings after which Uit
address of welcome will be delivered
by Mayor C. C. N'cslcn, of Suit Lake.
The response will b made by Presl
"Relation of Industry to the Com- '
munity." wUI be tho subject of an 1
address by C. E. Arney, Jr., director of
the Intermounlain Development
Activities of the National Canners'
association will be reported by Vice:
President James Anderson Of Morgan, I
A. !. Wilson, director of the state
perlmentirt farm at Parnnngton, will
tell of the work being accomplished by
tho state farm bureau.
A report on tomato plants will be
made by Professor T. II. Abell of the
Utah Agricultural college.
In the evening the canners and their
friends will be entr' tained at a theatre!
party as the guests of the American
Can company of Utah.
The second and closing session will
be held Wednesday, an election of of
ficei for 1?.'3 to be the outstanding
FARM BUREAU I
Annual Session This Year C
To Be Held At Plain
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Thla decision was reached at thsl I
I i terday I
county a(ijfl I
anno u i thai the program for tho
p in . .-i ad a I
i . mil- .- m ! id
committeemen at 6 if', "ttt, r
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fron 10 to ?:S0 p m., 'which
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laities ;i n-! .. nuinl'-r 'if I
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