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More Than $2500 Turned Into
Municipal Coffers by
City Court
Liw violators paid the sum of $2342
-rtinto the city treasury as fine and for-
fr it urr:- in Hu city court during No
tJUcmher. according to a report suimlt
this liinnilns to ih hoard of (It;
commissioners. The total receipts,
:',iuracil over to the treasury. including !
Uos in civil cases, amounted to'
Property owners of Poplar avenue
ST petitioned the hoard to open that ave
nue from Lincoln avenue to Wall
nuc and to ley a sewer at the samt
time The mutter va:. referred t:. i lv
city engine- r for Investigation.
Chris Flygare. commissioner of;
-parks and streets; reported that a por-
non of Thirty-fifth street has beer.
" "graded and smoothrd by city street
5 Mrrws and that the street will be grav-,
M t-llerl In the spring The street had.
I 'Sheen reported In rough condition.
Ja Application for rooming house 11-
A censes were submitted by Jim Kitchls, I
il33 Twenty-fifth street and Aliva To
T. Tmisl, 10S Twenty-fifth street Thu
f applications were referred to the com-'
J mlssioner of public safety for invcsii-
I j
Local Paint Company
I Raises CapliaJ Slock
H' S The capital stock of the American-1
H, j 'fnlon l'. lint company was Increased
Jffrom $40,000 to $80,000 at a meeting!
of the directors this morning. Tlio
vJtock has a par value of $1.
m Officers were also elected as fol-j
It. .M. Fox. president olonel P. A.J
&Dlx. vice president: J. R. Ward, treas-i
Hl jBurer, who with Jonathan Jones. K. A. I
I Mayas, :. L. Matthews and W. F
Hl .'Alonk. form the board directors.
H Mr. Monk is also superintendent and
H 1 general managei of the com in
1 plant, Twenty-first street and Pacific!
K It is proposed to greatly enlarge'
i lie eapacitj of the local plant. Mr.,
: ""Ward said this morning, to handle scv-
j SVrnl contracts which the company has'
II obtained
So one of th; big five experts says,
we do claim to be tho only people
we do clai mto be the only people
handling meats exclusively to sell
at retail for wholesale prices. We
.-'re satisfied with a very small mar
gm of profit. Here art a few of
DAY prices:
One half hog. pound 21c
Pork shoulder 23c
Side pork, pork chops, pork steafc
the pound 30c
(In the chunk for much less)
One-half mutton 1Gc
Front quarter mutton .... 14c
Mutton chops .... 20c and 25c
Meaty chunks of beef for pot
roast or mincemeat 12' .c and 15c
Very best of steaks, any cut 25c
(Some for less)
Boiling beef 10c and 12' -c
G16 Twenty fourth Street
Girl Scout captains will meet this
eveninc ' ' I -r. o"oi lock at the home of.
Mrs. i lavld He les.
Mr. and Mrs B. W. Yerrtngton left I
Sunday for a trip to Los Angeles, San1
Diego and other coast cities. On their,
return to Ogderi Mrs. Harrington will
go to New Vork. accompanied by her
sister and she will spend the remalnd-J
er of the winter In Florida.
On Thursday morning at S 80
o'clock. Miss Florence Crompton,
teacher at the Central Junior high
school and L. A. Meyer, conduct
the Soathern Pacific, i married ai
Miss Compton's home, L'.lot kdamsj
avenue. Rev John W. liyslop per
formed the wedding ceremony, Fol
lowing the ceremony, Mrs. J. Y. Ciimp
served ;i wedding hreukf ast for the.
couple at her home, 2503 Jefferson .
a venire.
. .
Members- of the First ward primary
BBSOCiation, will give their annual ;
dance and bazaar Monday evening,
December 13. in the ward amusement
hall. Thirty-third and Grant avenue.
At the ahnual election of officers fori
Queen Esther chapter, No. I. I . B s.i
the following were elected. Mrs. Bl
len 13. Cole, worthy matron; Mrs.
' man L Sims, worthy patron. Mrs.
Uerti M. Chilton, associated -patron;
Mrs Linda L. Erwln, secretary: Mrs.
AhgUS C. Smith, treasurer. Mrs Ida
! Tcnier, conductress, l'earl New
man, associate conductress. Mrs.
.Mary Craven, and Mrs. Fred J Vlcka
trustees. A special meeting of th
c ha diet will be held Pi id evening
for Initiation of the officers in the Ma
sonic temple, It Is necessary that ev
ery member be present.
The annual Christmas bazaar of the
Thirteenth ward will le held this evi
ning in the ward amusement hall or.
Twenty-third and Jackson aven U
w . i ; . ( SOI IAL 4 i.i B.
Members of the W. R. C Social
chili will meet Friday afternoon at
the homo of Mrs. Lillian Fenstermakcr
2251 ogden avenue for the election of
officers. The meeting will open at 2
o'clock, and will he for the members
I only.
.M nihers of th ltilles" lrcl of the
I First Presbyterian church will open
j their annual Christmas Bazaar Thrus
day afternoon in the church parlors
attractive booths arc being arranged,
and will display dainty articles oi
fancy work ami linen, as well as 0
number of Christmas- novelties and
gifts. There will be a candy hooth unu
Several other attractive features A
turkey dinner will be -served Thursday
evening in the basement Both mem
bera and friends are cordially lnvit d,
Among the giies's of the U S. Grant
, hotel at San Diego, Cal., enjoying the
society of the winter's colony at the
southern resort, are Mrs H. uodaii
and Mrs. C. ii. McBrodan, of sden.
, The meeting of the Liberty club
! of the A. to the o. R. C , which
wa8 to have been held Thuisday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs Robert
liai'lll), 313 Twenty-eighth si reel, has
been postponed.
l i t it.
Mrs J. Ii. Morrell will be hostess
to i,i memliers nf the A acl.i ciuli
J Friday afternoon at her home on Bc
J cles avenue. Mrs Fmmett will give
paper dining the afternoon. The meet
ing will open at 2.30 o'clock. .
Mis. Qltzabetfl Thomas will be
' hostess to the members of the Ladles'
klterary club Wednesday afternoon at
I her home.
Buy your Toy Trunks and Traveling
I Goods at Gallagher's Trunk and Leath
er Goods Store, 2376-7K Hudson Ave.
if If your spark rAivis keep .setting wet with
jSoil; if your motor has no compression; if jpf
I your crank case oil gets thin; if yourfi
I ffl pistons knock, come and let us quote
I vou our Prces on Hi
M SH Wo do work that will make your cylinders !BB
'M just as good as when they were new at H
I WB a very reasonable price, and we guarantee gjjj
J every job we do.
0 aaa
Again today, 1 45, 3:30, i
5 00, 6:30, 8:00, 9 30 P. M
Hpl "The looey!
B- f Changers"!
; f t U ' . Loi y oi T D lid Mil- :
HI lions and theLun of Woman i
1 "y- Starting Thursday' 'Every- It
body's Sweetheart," Olive
Thomas' last pie lure Sun Is
.. ... iww.il. day. Rex Beach's "North !
Winds Malice."
Prepare for County
School Seal Campaign
Supt. IJ. A. Fowler of tli- Weber
county .schools, baa 1l- n named chair
man of the county school Christmas
aeal campaign an;l Lester F'roerer sec
retary and treasurer, according to an
announcement made today.
In a letter to principals of the va
rious county schools Superintendent
Fowler outlined the seal campaign as
follows :
"To relievo Jt of aome of the ob
jectionable features as they developed
!.!st year, we have decided to follow
I he plan heroin slated:
. "Christmas seals are to b- sold at
1 ennf each bercinnins Monday, Decern
ber 13. or as soon as they are avail
able, and close December 23
"Sales are to be made without us
nz regulation school lime to canvass
ir solicit for same.
"The school census will be the gaugi
n determining the per capita Bales.
"Two districts will be created In
stead of one as last year. The follow
ing schools will cons: Hum district No.
I, Huntsville, Hooper, W ilson, Eden,
Roy. North Ogden, Plain City, Burcta
rrec'.t. Riverdale. in other words,
schools of fivu teachers or more, and
tho prizes will bo ?8, ?5 and $3 for the
schools selling the largest number, re
spectively. This money will be given
in pictures, phonograph records or li
brary books as the schools winning
same may decide. In order to compete
in this district for prizes, 30 to ?4't
worth of seals or more must be sold
The second district is inado up of all
the other schools in the count v (four
roouud .schools or less) with prizes of
5, $3 and $2 for first, second and
third, respectively, with $'20 worth or
seals or more sold to compete for
"Seals to be returned must be in
full leaf sizes or if separated into
smaller sizes during the campaign
lot tho children in busy work time
paste Ihnpo on cards of 100 each to fa
cilitate in checking in and couniinp
Cooler Temperatures
With Snow, Predicted
Possibly snow tonight is the fore-j
cast tor the Ogden district .n ihe bul
j letin w'rrtch reached the city this morn !
ing from the Unitod States Weather
bureau Cooler temperatures arc ex
pected. Yesterday's maximum temperature
was 3C degrees with a minimum lasi I
night of 20 degret s,
; ";irrnv ox six nerves:"
LONDON. Dec. 1. '"10's ,-cttln' on
my norvos, yer worship, 'e is that!"
Mrs. M. ; Hawkins protested in court
j nore w hen she came to complain th.it
, hi?r landlord Insisted upon 'mllinK sr, -?ral
times a d;iy to ask if her hus
band, who was sick, was "dead yet."
r'lt's depress In', ycr worship." said she
end the Judge agreed. '
CHIGAOd, Deo. 7 A 5 ptfr cent
w:igo increase fur the period be
tween Monday, July 5, 1920, and
Sunday. December t, 1 ;.'.). was
granted employes of the prt- kinj;
and allied industries in a del Ision
handed down today by Federal
Judge Samuel A.lachuler, arbitrat
or in packing house wage dis
putes. The employes had Hd a flat
increase of $1 a day
Logan to Have Red
aw! Qim Association
Today will mark the organization
of the twelfth rod and gun club In
Ptah. when Ogden and Salt Lake
sportsmen will aid Logan same en
thus.asts in inaugurating a club there
Those who will he active in the for
mal ion of the new club are A T. Host
mark, president of the Weber County
Rod and Gun association; S. B. Locke
of the recreation and game department
of the forest service K. I! Siddu
way, slate fish and game commission
er. Tho organization parly left ihi;
morning for Logan.
Mr Hestmark will lake the princi
pal part in the organization of the Lo
gan club. Since he sponsored the W
ber county club about tso years aj:u
ho has brought about organization Ol
similar clubs in ten oiher counties oi
Ihe state. The objpet of the clubs is
j to aid In the preservation of fish and
; game by working for the enforcement
! of the law during the closed season
Abandons Qwackers
for Chubby Cheek
Art Laiscn. city auditor, has given,
up duck shooting. Now this rounds
impossible to those who know Art and
his mad desire to be oui in the slough I
while the flights are on but never
theless it Is a fact for the present at
bast. ,
Instead of knocking down the quack
era during the late afternoon on the
duck grounds. Ari now spends his aft
ernoons in pinching chubby cheeks
and tickling the pink loes of an 11
pound boy whom the stork brought to
the Larsen household Saturday eight
attempted to kc p the thin
secret in the office at the city hall to
day. but the gang found it out and
presented him with a present. Mr Lar
sen said that everything was going
fine at home.
in -to years the percentage of Kan
s.ns farms operated b tenants has
I more than doubled.
j A Rural Comedy With Optimism, Love end Laughter
j Seats Now Selling Prices 50c to $2.C0
n I
I rg:" u. s. government! 1
the orirrmal cost to the govern- H
PhSS'SSa jMBBKrA ment. You can buy them at less m
'B fflSll MV K'1 thon U. S. government paid for p
stocks arc exhausted H
0 LIBERTY BONDS will be ac
;H Everything for the farmer, teamster, laborer, contractor .nd cepted at. their face value or
! ?T i . ... Tl "ii mTchandisc only, ibis will not pj
tamper. New merchandise arriving daily. It will pay you pTy to merchants who are re. HP
WK to keep in tOUCh With U ceivtng their discounts on quan- SE3
H tlty purchase. i
More than 75 per cent wool. Average size, C8x72. Average weight 31 2 pounas. Quality the M
i best and none superior. Each and every blanket has been inspected by U. S. government in- EH
H spectors and accepted as to their condition and quality. Tney are the very blankets that gave B
Kg warmth to rour sons and brothers from Camp Grant to the Rhine. Regular values from $9 m
ma to $12. Tomorrow each Lot 1. $5 95. Let 2, $1.95 tij
w9 Army C!J" OT 4 COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT S. army vool O. D. reclaimed
holsters ODC breaches Any T?0 OC
M White cotton filled mattress, aver- "JIS ' ,,M S
a0e we.ght 25 pound:, good as Zr nl 9fiC U" S nrnV ' " W' I
no, ;u encfourth GAtCi ' breeches - . D.bD W M
5 prjCe Cotton ribbed union sjitc, (J 1 jr Regul.-.uon icsu-: .ttitiv O. D. shires, Mfl .M
M Army collapsible canvas (1 At; heavy weight. Suit P1.IJ reclaimed, perfect to nr
Bfl buckets, new . iJD Wool and ;otton m xcd unicn suits, conditio i ... tp.OJ
Rfl Sea bags, mad: of 12-ez uj.k. jus hepvy weijli?. Jl?1Q WraP 'cg.jins, Tw -j Qr L
H the thing for bedding roll -l nr Su.t fjt.hj new vPi.J B
t$8 and camper;. Each , PllU Men's wool hose, GOc. fcf Wib ai'l1,y OC fctf
H Barrack utility bDgs. made or demm. 6 pair for $3.20 . . DUG be,:'s wv
m can be used fo. laundry bag Heav cotton work cox at - rft Braje officers' puttees cordo- H
i v;C 13c. 6yprirfor $1 XO "?ind gcnume cow- SKKSM
H U. S, armv r: .d i in'.-. fir . . h o; PO.OJ BB
H breeches P.i. S5C Good Crade m,r ed cress hose. r Canvas leggings, qp 63 M
H U. S r, -y reclaimed o.c -II: f.- LxjL ... VdC WM
H p-u. tOC A" le-T-1''" i t Genuine army O. D. overcoats, re HE
In U. S. army reclaimed Q TV 3iovc;; i.J0 claimed, first class con- (11 or
M umonalis ... Jpl.Uo' Lot . krther mittens, dttion Each ... tl l.OJ H
u 3 nnny reclaimed C .vortli up t? 12. vO p:..r. (t -t pr O.'ficcrs' dress shoes. C7JC ml
jumpero ' 00C our chc.ee '4I.0J best quality . . . . J) .4 J US fl
m U S army reclaimed khaki OO Extra good c"ll leather 5 1 rr Genuine army marching rtjQr RflS
1 cotton shirts "OC jloves, pair . jl.UJ shoes. Pair .... $D.iJ
Rt3 U. S. army gr.s ( 1 iapS. Special lot with car ar Hob nailed trench j OC Bft A
masks pld laps- Your choice . . . LlDi shoes. Pa.r fU."j
It' U S army best tf 1 OC nakl bibbed overalls. ( -j t r U. S. army hip boots. tf r OP Ha
lJ , n.,3 plXJPir Kl,LiO Pair ... JD.JJ
m I
j Utah Surplus Army, Kavy and Commercial Ouods Store
H Berthana Hall Building, 319 Twentyrfourtli St. Ogden, Utah Branch No. 3 I
Main Henaquarlcrc, Walker Bank, Bldg., Salt Lalve City
Naval Reservists j
Pfey Go on Cruise
j Naval reservista r isien have re-J
'(.'iv-( cards .-NtndinK thrni oiipur
tuntty to '.tkr- part In .1 rnise t the
Pacific fleel along the west eeasl ol
South A mi n. a Tho men must enlist
fdr Hi, .iiir.- cruise, ii is stipulated,'
luhi'-a will .-xirn.i from January 4 "!-!
til March S. i
Those taking part in the cruise Will
Like part in joint maneuvers of the1
I-,, nil and Allantk fleets will be
r'ivpii shore leavej arid will be allowedj
full active service pay ;nrl th- time
of their service will t-uunl townnl
I promotion. .
Commission Ordered
to Produce Records
The Union Portland C'-mcnt eoni-'
pans of ogden yesterday obtained
, Horn the supreme court of Utah a
wrll ol certiorari directed to the pub-1
n ntiiitios cbmmlsalon and requiring
Ii to have in the court December 16
Hi. record in the power contraet hear
ItiR recently decided. (
Four of the ypeeial contract hold
ers with the Utah Power & I-iKhl
I company, whose agreements were In-,
vesCigated iv the utilities cornmla-.l
-ion. have now begun certiorari pro-j
'ceedings, and all are iioturnalile on,
i the same day. Tho others are thr
Utah Coppei company the United
States Smelting, tterlnlng ft MininK
I Company, and the United States I uel
I company.
Bazaar and Turkey
Dinner j
. i
The Woman's Circle of the First
Presbyterian church will hold its
jnual Bazanr and Turkey Dinner.
.Thursday and Friday, December 9th
tnd 10th. Bazaar opens Thursday at
:30 p. m.
iJlnner Thursday only from 6 to
I j). m PliOe One Dollar. SftS
1 oo
Mother of Twins
Seeking Divorce
Charging ht r husband with cruelty
arid intemperance, Silvia McQuillan
' iuta filed suit, tor divorce in the dls
'irict court against Geurge McQuillan
; Mrs. McQuillan asks the court for dls
iOHitlor ; t!:c raatrimonlnl ties, cua
i tody ol the two children, twins, and
alimony for their support.
Early adoption by congress of some
plan for extending credit lo central
European countries was predioted to
daj. al tar- annual convention of th
American Kami Bureau federation by
r;ra' sii-i-, legislattys representative,
nf the ferletntion :it Washington.
I feel safe In saying," declared Mr. i
Silver, that some plan which will ex-,
tend credit to central Europe will he
put Into effecl soon and will be a pow
erful factor In raising farrri crop pt icen.'
The commodity financing and credit
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farmers MM
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bad as wc need
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