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. jL give your employes
Eager to enlist the help ot the busi
ness men ot Ogden In promoting the
thrift campaign, the state committee,
through the local committee, makes
the following appeal to the business
houses and other employers of labor
to Btart their employes saving through
the use of the thrift stamps and war
The war sayings stamps may be
bought for $4.12 each. Their face value
is 5. They are attached to a nicely
engraved United States war-savings
certificate with spaces for twenty
stamps. Within the certificate is a
space to write the name and address
rViA rnntnlnnt nr nimoi- Tt mitno
Ian Idrwl gift and at the same time is
a splendid example of patriotic thrift.
To the business houses and employs'-
ers of labor in Ogden: It has been
suggested by the war savings commit
tee that if you give cash to your em
ployes either at Christmas or New
Years as a gift or bonus, that you con
sider the wisdom. of giving part there
of in thrift or war savings stamps. The
thrift stamps are 25 cents each and the
war savings stamps ?4 12. The latter
have a face value of ?5 and are re
deemable by the government,
"In this way you start your em
ployes on a thrift campaign.
"As it is necessary to raise in Utah
$9,000,000 on this form of investment
(?20 per capita) with a maximum of
$1000 allotted to any one person, you
will appreciate that It is necessary to
have every one interested.
"Your assistance in this will be a
great aid in starting the thrift cam
paign. "The stamps may be secured at the
postoffice or at your bank, and, at
tached to the certificates or thrift
cards are vesy attractive. (Signed)
"STATE CHAIRMAN WAR
I Genuine Wilton Rugs, $2.95,
Ogden Furniture & Carpet Co.
I If mm cfTY is
3RIGHAM CITY, Dec. 21. Bngham
City will experiment with the city
managerial form of government, be
ginning January 1, and the selection
of Charles O. Roskelley, civil engineer
and for a number of years a member
of the Boxelder high school faculty,
where he has been in chanrge of ath
letics, is the. unanimous choice of
Mayor-elect John W. Peters and all
The new officials reached the con
clusion to employ a city manager a
few days ago and in looking over the
field for a man they deemed capable
of accepting this important position
they decided upon Mr. Roskelley,
h . whom they deem highly qualified to
try out the experiment.
' The matter of securing Mr. Roskel-
ley's release from the high school fac
ulty was a problem that was not eas
ily overcome, but a committee which
waited upon the board of education
was successful in securing the release
j of Mr. Roskelley.- provided a suitable
man could be secured to fill the high
' school faculty
It Is probable that David Wangs
gaard of Huntsville, who has been
proffered the position as coach at the
' local school, will accept the position.
Im c A caretul study has been made of the
I newforni of government and all the
j leading citizens, as well as the new of
J ficials, are confident that the change
j will be successful. Brigham City will
B j therefore lead in the new movement
I and will probably be the first city in
F the state, if not in the intermountain
region, to employ an efficiency expert
I to conduct the affairs of the city.
B Mr, Roskelley is the councllman-
B elect from the Third ward for the four-
B t year term and his appointment to
fl head the city administration in the
B Jf form of business manager will leave a
B 1 MW si ii nounon sq-j uj XoneoiiA.
B that a successor will be named until
Bl. : aiter the new administration becomes
thoroughly organized after January 1.
Mfi . nr.
II s Christmas Suggestion
I There could be no better Christmas
R present for a young man than a mom-
1' bership in the Eagles' gym. C. E.
1' Carllle, Advertisement.
j . MUST ASSESS COAL
1 1: LAND AT FULL VALUE
SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 21 By a
g decision handed down today by the su-
Buy the Cement that
is Best Sy Test
jfl Trade Mark
jH : Made by the
I Ogden Portland
H ; Ogden, Utah.
prcmc court of Utah, the commission
ers of Carbon county are directed to
assess coal lands at their real value
rather than at the blanket value of 550
an acre. Tho decision, the state audi
tor explained, would mean that the
state would, receive an increased reve
nue of $600,000 a year In that the
lands had been under-assessed in pre
vious years. Tho state board of equal
ization instituted the suit and the
court holds that the county commis
sioners flagrantly violated the law in
not assessing lands at their proper
The regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the First National Bank
of Ogden, Utah, will bo held at their
banking rooms, at 2184 Washington
avenuo, on Tuesday, January 8, 191S,
at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose, of
electing directors to serve for tho en
suing year and tho transaction of such
other business as may properly come
before the said meeting.
Dated Ogden, Utah. December 19,
1917. JAMES F. BURTON,
Real Estate Transfers
David Mattson and wife to Marion
Hotel Inc., part block 16. 17 and 20
and 21, Fairmount Park addition. Con
sideration $1. Warranty deed.
Hyrum E. Lund and wife to Moroni
Skeen, part lot 10, block 39. plat C.
Consideration ?950. Warranty deed.
Preferred - Investment Co to Lars
P. Jensen, part lot 1, block 11. plat B.
Consideration $1. Warranty deed.
Ebenezer Taylor and wife to Joseph
Parsons, E. IA lot 8, block 64, Nob Hill
annex. Consideration $1. Warranty
Mabelle F. Hoist to Edgar Keslor,
part N. W. M of section 21, T. G N.,
1 W. Consideration $6250. Warranty
Norton's Floral Store at 2249 Wash
ington will open December 19. All
kinds of cut flowers and potted plants.
Each lady will receive a souvenir.
OIL FlOTITIi FOB
With the arrival In Ogden yesterday
of J. J. Crowe, representing Salt Lake.
Denver and Milwaukee machinery
houses, for consultation with G. A.
Harker, president and manager of the
Wolf Mountain Copper company, re
garding the machinery for the new
50-ton ore concentrating plant to be
erected by this company on its prop
erty on the Cache valley divide, steps
were taken which are expected to
result in placing the mine on a dividend-paying
basis within, a few
Mr. Crowe, who left last evening for
Salt Lake City, will return to Ogden
next week in company with an engi
neer who is being sent out from the
east to go over the details of the
plant with the officials of the Wolf
Mountain Copper company, and It is
expected that an order for a consider
able part of the machinery for the
plant, which will use the flotation
process, will be placed soon after the
first of the year
According to a recent statement,
the company now has on hand some
10,000 tons of higu grade milling ore.
carrying values of more than ?20 per
ton in copper and silver, and this ore .
is said to be of a character which will ,
yield a very high grade concentrate
when treated by the oil flotation
Genuine Wilton Rugs, $2.95,
Ogden Furniture & Carpet Co.
COLD WEATHER TIP
FOR AUTO OWNERS'
When the motor refuses to start
these cold mornings, the trouble can
be traced usually to the carburetor,
writes Dr. Leonard Keene Hirshberg
in the current issue of American
Motorist. More gasoline is required
in cold weather than in warm weather,
and the adjustment should be made
accordingly. The richer the mixture
of gas going into the cylinders the
more heat will be generated.
The outside air is much colder, and
consequently the heat will radiate
much faster from the cylinders than
in warm weather. To got tho same
results from the motor, this extra loss
of heat must be made up by supply
ing an extra amount of fuel. The
cooling system, should also receive
careful attention to prevent any dam
ago arising from freezing. The
radiator cells have very thin walls for
rapid cooling, and tho lightest freeze
is liable to develop leaks. The system
should be cleaned out with a solution
of ordinary washing soda and water,
and then an anti-freezing solution of
some sort used.
A solution of calcium chloride in
water has been found to be very sat
isfactory in all conditions. Alcohol is
expensive and requires frequent re
newal. Use chemically pure calcium
chloride. The commercial form usually
contains acid that Is injurious to the
metal parts. Get a strip of blue litmus
paper from the drug store, and if it
turns pink in tho calcium chloride put
In ammonia or soda ash until it re
Tho amount of calcium chloride to
use may be found from the following
Pounds of calcium Freezing point,
chloride per gallon. degroosF.
2... 18.0 above zero
8 1,5 aboxe zero
.......... .17.0 below zero
5 - 39.0 below zero
Buy a membership in the Eagles'
gym olub as a Christmas present for
your son. C. E. Carlile, Manager.
OGOEi BOYS Hi
Yesterday was promotion day at
Camp Kearney and the honors were
passed around quite generously to the
Utah boys, not a few of whom were
from Ogden and were well remem
bered. One new major, three new captains,
twenty new first lieutenants and
twenty-one second lieutenants were
notified to don the insignia of their
now rank and assume their new duties.
Although the appointment of the men
had been approved at Washington
some time ago, the order confirming
the assignment of the new officers
was received at regimental headquar
ters today. The men, however, were
prepared for the arrival of the official
order and a few minutes after its an
nouncement Issued forth from their
tents with their new uniforms and
The order approved the promotions
and assignments of Major Alex R
Thomas, former regimental adjutant
assigned to command the Third bat
talion: Captain Glen Jensen, assigned
to the Second battalion as adjutant,
Captain T Dewitt Foster to command
A battery and Captain F. Roy Williams
as adjutant to the Third battalion.
The new first lieutenants and their
assignments follow: Lieutenant Ros
coe Glasmann to headquarters com
pany, Lieutenant Frank C. Bird to
headquarters company, Lieutenant
Joseph W. Sobel to headquarters com
pany, Lieutenant Owen Sherwood to
headquarters company, Lieutenant Ray
C. Young to headquarters company,
Lieutenant George H. Paine to head
quarters company, Lieutenant Ray J.
Cunningham to headquarters company.
Lieutenant Hawloy C. Taylor to head
quarters company, Lieutenant Gordon
R. Lawrence to supply company. Lieu
tenant Byron H. Wayne to A battery,
Lieutenant Roy V. Woods to B bat
tery. Lieutenant Irwin Clawson to C
battery. Lieutenant Don G. Williams
to D battery, Lieutenant Theodore
Peterson to E battery, Lieutenant
Marcus S. Johnson to F battery.
The new second lieutenants and
their assignments with the regiment
follows: Lieutenant Walter D. Ander
son to headquarters company, Lieuten
ant Robert Patterson to headquarters
company, Lieutenant James Carter to
headquarters company, Lieutenant
Cloyd F. Woolley to headquarters
company, Lieutenant Ernest F.
Crocker to headquarters company,
Lieutenant Fred W. Thomas to head
quarters company. Lieutenant Edwin
W. Rand to headquarters company.
Lieutenant George M. Cannon to
headquarters company, Lieutenant
Francis P. Fletcher to headquarters
company, Lieutenant C. C. Budd to
supply company, Lieutenant Samuel D.
Riler to A battery. Lieutenant John C.
Murdock to A battery. Lieutenant
David A. Scott to B battery, Lieuten
ant Claude A. Smith to A battery.
Lieutenant Thomas Halvorsen to C
battery. Lieutenant Alanson K. Hen
man to C battery. Lieutenant Clarence
M. Ferguson to D battery, Lieutenant
Harry J. Jennings to D battery. Lieu
tenant Edgar G. Johnson to E battery.
Lieutenant Norman D. Salisbury to E
battery. Lieutenant Charles W. Wood
ruff to F battery, Lieutenant H. Duffin
to F battery.
Curtis V. Clawson, former com
mander of A battery, has been an
nounced as regimental adjutant to
succeed Major Thomas. Lieutenant
Paul Williams has been attached to D
battery. The three battalions will
hereafter be commanded as follows:
' H jtjj ' aj
After shopping or after a hard day
are quickly relieved with Sloans
Liniment. So easy to apply, no rub- 8
bing, and so promptly effective. B
Cleaner and more convenient than
Smussy plasters and ointments. It
does not stain the skin, or clog the
pores. Every home should have a
bottle handy for sprains, strains. 8
lame back, rheumatic pains and
stiff, sore muscles and joints.
I Generous sized bottles at all drug- I
gists. 25c.,r50c..$ 1.00. I
The Good Ones.
McBride Drug -Co.
The Houae of Quality.
First battalion, Major E LeRoy
Bourne, commander, Captain J. Ray
Ward, adjutant. Second battalion,
Major William E. Kneass, commander;
Captain G. A. Jensen, adjutant. Third
battalion, Major Alex . R. Thomas,
commander; Captain F. Roy Williams,
Brigade firing of the artillery range
was brought to a close today and with
it the intonsivo school of fire which
has been In progress during the past
few weeks under direction of Lieuten
ant Colonel W. C. Webb. Major Gen
eral Frederick S. Strong, divisional
commander, complimented the offi
cers of the brigade upon their work
during the sqhool period.
The artillerymen are busy today in
arranging for the Christmas holiday
leave, which begins at noon tomor
row and closes at midnight Wednes
day. Many of the men will make Jho
trip to Utah, although it will give
them but little time to visit their
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewarfl
for any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine hao beon taken
by catarrh sufferers for the poot thlrty
Cve years, and has become known as the
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Modlclno.acts thru tho Blood on
the Mucous surfaces, expelling tho Pol
son from the Blood and healing the dis
After you havo taken Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short time you will see a
great improvement In your funeral
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine at once and cct rid of catarrh. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
A gentleman cannot under any cir
cumstances cut any woman who has
bowed to him.
Questions answered by Alicia Hoyt.
(Miss Hoyt will answer in this column
all questions on matters of etiquette
addressed to her in care of this pa
per. If a personal answer is desired
enclose a 3-cent stamp.)
Sally: When the young man who
escorted you to the party wished you
to take a ride in his motor car after
wards, you should have said: "I should
like to go; but it is too late now. I
must go home at once ;my mother
would not like my staying out "later"
He would have no reason for being
angry :'bn the contrary, he should not
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4 Doing a I
m Capacity Business
Our guarantee to save you fifty per cent in competition vith den- II
lists of established reliability, is worth face value. R
Our methods arc new and painless. Workmanship dependable. B
Let our patients do the talking: jjl
!' Peter Anderson, 1923 Wall avenue, (extensive bridge 'work) : "I jj
am perfectly satisfied. Have had all kinds of compliments paid me n
on my work. Looks and feels better than my natural teeth." jj
William Chappcll, Weber Hotel, (nine teeth extracted): "You f
are past masters at your business. It's nothing short of wonderful ti
the painless way in which you extract teeth."
Mrs. Roy Rogerson, 1557 Washington avenue, (badly ulcerated
roots extracted): "Why, there is simply nothing to it. You should a
prosper. Never heard of anything quite like it."
These Prices lor Guaranteed
I WHY PAY MORE?
Cement Fillings, 50c; Silver Fillings, 75c and up; Gold
I Fillings (pure), $1.00 and up; Porcelain Fillings, $1.50
and up; Gold Crowns (22 K), $5.00; Porcelain Crowns
(true to color), $5.00; Bridge work (self cleansing),
$5.00; Painless extraction of teeth or no pay (Mecham
'a good set of teeth special'
! $7.50 I
J Strong Light Natural Appearing
Yours for honest dentistry at honest prices
j Dr. N. Ray Meckm and Associate Dentists
j j Ogden Office, 2469 Washington Ave.
I j West Side of Street over Paine & Hurst.
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Many of our customers kve said thai this
is a Bank where they feel at home.'
It is true that we endeavor to render 1 00 per
cent service to all of our clients, whether their
deposits are large or small, or regardless of the
branch of banking in which they are interested.
Probably it is this great desire on the part of
our organization to please that makes it worth
your while to start your account here.
have made the suggestion at such a
time. Young men seldom realize that
they are responsible to a great ex
tent for the safety, and freedom from
censure, of the girls In their charge,
and they should never invite them to
take part in adventures that might
cause anxiety to their parents, or
bring blame to the girls.
S. E. Li.: It Is a pleasing, as well
as convenient, custom to use a hare
table for breakfast and luncheon, es
pecially In a small family Doilies
should be laid under the dishes, and
thereis very little danger of Injuring
the table. This makes a pretty serv
ice, and saves much laundry work.
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers of Electric Service Company, a
corporation, will be held at room 518,
David Eccles building, ogden- Oily,
Utah, on Saturday, the 22nd day of
December, 1917, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Said meeting -will be held for the
purpose of considering, and, if ap
1. An amendment to Article 6 of
the Articles of Incorporation of said
corporation, so as to increase the capi
tal stock thereof from 310,000.00, di
vided into one thousand shares of the
par value of $10.00 each,' to 25,000.00.
divided Into' twenty-five hundred
shares ot the par value of $10.0 j each;
2. Authorize the sale of the com
pany's retail stock of merchandise for
cash, or the exchange of said mer
chandise for capital stock, at actual
value, of the Auto and Electric Supply
Dated, Ogden, Utah, December 7,
G. W. BARLOW,
Read the Classified Ads.
INDOOR LIFE I
MES FAT I
Try Fresh Air and Harmless 1
Oil of Korein to Reduce ,
Those who are deprived of fresh, ij 1
invigorating air and exercise must ;
take precaution to guard against over- IH
stoutness, as fat acquired by indoor H
life is unhealthy and a danger to the :
vital organs of the body.
If you' are above normal weight you ,-i
are daily drawing on your reserve u
strength and " arc' constantly lowering r
your vitality by carrying thiB excess
burden. If you are too stout you 'H
should go to a good dmggist and get -t
a box of -oil of korein capsules, take
one after each meal and one just be- i lH
fore retiring at night, and follow the '-
other simple directions that come with
the box. This method Is guaranteed.
Even a few days treatment has been '.
reported to show a noticeable reduc- i
tion in weight, improved digestion and
a return of the old energy. A buoyant
feeling replaces sluggishness, the atop
becomes lighter, the flesh firm and tho . IH
skin smooth, as superfluous fat dlsap- Jl
Oil of korein Is easy to use, cannot ;- ,H
Injure, and helps the digestion. Any jl
person who wants to reduce ten to '
sixty pounds is advised to give" this jl
guaranteed treatment a trial. Advcr :H
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iHave It Repaired! I
Cleaned or Rebuilt Like New I
The Cost Is So Little! I
The Standard's Repair Directory gives all the principal I
places where an article can be repaired, and should I lH
be preserved in every home as a ready guide. j iH
X WATCH AND E Ooden Stamp Worki K 11
fcJ JEWELRY KepalrlnO A , ... k IH
ar 'HI d&ters,. steel dies, met- u Hl
szifeffr. done by high solar W aJ checks, seals and y PH
ia fl Jy led men In a high- rTTII "tcnclla. ropalred and j lll
class manner, at rea- I 81 I md? to order- "ea I UM
Eo si . JI-JiL catalogue on request. I mM
W... JL ;3 ronablo prices. TBessa rrm Ej H
C.tiF tu. i. . i niSl FELIX-MOORE, Mgr. 3
The best I. th m 2A6i WH,h, AT0. g
mti cheapest In the end. 9w&ljk ? , ,T V H
J. 6. LEWIS & CO., Jewelers. 55s" Fred Maitaa n old stand W
BEST SHOE REPAIRING J B,CYCLES REPAIryLlS!r, 1 I
In Ogden, by factory m Q Agents for Cle- W
expert. We use the D vclond. Triumph 1
Sca buy? It toSE fA II-ndd rd. 2 I
Clark's shob -Jtrr lllpT h,cmHpa'nSyEN 1
'A "ton Ave. CS 2463 Hudson Ave. Phone S98-W. 1
! FIRST CLASS CLEANING IS AN ART! g
Just try the 1
DOLLAR CLEANERS !
I one trial and be convinced your suit, skirt, waist, gown or cloak will 6 ll
look lust like new and you oave 50c, too. S
U Plant 414 Twenty-fifth St. Phona 513. f El
I r Ro I BROKEN "WINDOWS I
K ( better than new. and old mirrors. Wo will repair.
K 9 Double blades, 35c tnem just like new.
it1U5 &1 doz.: single 25c Ra-
J toTs of all Idnds and shear- sround OGDEN ART GLASS
I 0gXn Barber Supply Co. & MIRROR CO.
g 818 25th Street. 305 24th Street. Phone 514. IM
1" " ' " ' " "" ' b ARTIFICIAL LIMBS j.
Vi filfcK I XtT aJ1 kinds repaired, tf IH
Jfsim tu, lapnKt Ehon I Y In Orthopedic Braces.
ff dtefaH , . 'ar9es 6"P W jl Largest factory In tho M
H KsWB largest stock S weat E IH
iBi?Fr 'n tin and sheet' jS Sat Lake Artificial Limb' R
1 5 TKOSi metal work. ft Co., J. F. Cordell, Mgr.
i SA Newman & Stuart Co. ! T I Ph. Wasatch S12S. f)
'vlS fcV FREE CATALOqUB f
Wash. Ave. Phone 2288. ' v ' , k
I UNION ASSAY OFFICE, Inc. I n, j t 1 H
IfeUW Jg Prompt, efficient ser. I 110101 i
vice Is our traveling B -
IllgateW p. a "boib 1 1 "O-h -vtt '1
SALT LAKE CITY XY 8
b&igjS STORAGE BATTERIES I H
BJjKH& Repaired, Rebuilt and Recharged by Experts. Wo (1
HOPPIEHJ tpeciallze in Electric Starters and Ignition 'Work. Pj IH
BHB ELECTRIC STARTC&STORAGE H
B 2375 Hudson Ave. Phone 179. Bj
gj p ROOFS REPAIRED una rebuilt Just I
f J TT TLT ! Hko new. Wuter-proollng and shin-
iLleClYlC WlVing Klc-atalnmp. ily Wondur Roof Paint ;
H and Cement Is absolutely water-
U And All Kinds of Electric Repairing jroof, acid-proof and rust-proof
i practically fire-proof, not affected j
1 BUCKLE ELECTRIC CO. by heat or cold-a written cuaran- I
B tee with each Job. t ppj
M Telephone 973. S14 25th St C. H. ZERBE, BB
U 173 23rd SL Phono 1727 f i H
1 w The Wet Wast FURNITURE AND AUTOS ft
1 1 ATTXrnPV Upholsterod llko new. --pbw Bfl
H ftAVllLRi Funilturo repaired. fffTra I PIJ
H ... t -.Um-,rsm Han Mattresses made over. inuHni t HBH
H Washes better and cheaper tnan Wo j, for and do. BHflllL
H you can In your home only 3c a iivor work. (fflll) I ItH
H pound. Wo call and deliver any Geo. A. Phillips, Prop. Sw 1 pfl
1 where. modern jSllflaiH I Pl
B Plant 1877 Wash. Ave, Phone 1173 D upholster shop. eJlHJUULW. H
3 234S Grant Ave. Phone 7I6.J. H JH
I jy'jl Autopsan I I
H Wtinn vour car la overhauled bore. It R K HHBJ
I 'iir'- Utah Auto Top Co., H
1 phone S98-W. II 427 2Srd St. H IJH
to 'Stk EdisOQ Phonographs of all kinds, cleaned, I
I Repaired like new. Your repaired and rebul,t-TO5psfgS
1 IfWfSI old machine taken In ex- Your old machine WgSOT I
p lJj change for a new one. taken In exchange at WQhyjW 1
I lH Machines $30 to $6000. a liberal ly Cand jf
H Ss GOODS CO. QQDEN TYPEWRIT Er nuoat, S
B r 351-53 24th Street. 2422 Hudion. Phono 236. Q
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g and Saturday.