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6 IHL UUUfclN 51 ANPARD-EXAM1NER THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9j20:
DANCE CASE IN "
Steve Gray Goes on Trial on
Appeal From City Court
Trial of Steve Gray, eharped With
tolatlon of the eity dance hall ordin
j ince for the alleged operation of a
i danct hall In th basement of tlx Mjr-
i.ii hotel wlili. ui ; license, opened this
1 morning at 10 o'clock In Judge A. W . i
1 c s division of the dlslrlcl court.
I Grav will he the first person to be
1 tried under the new ordinance winch.
,. passed bj the board of city cpm-
mifsioncrs May 11, 1?'20
M Gray was tried on the charge In the
municipal court before .i Jury on Oc
S to her r was found guiltv and ap-
j pealed the case to the district court.
The procedure Is considered In the
; nature of a test trial and the result
1 i expected to determine whether or
hoi certain clauses of the new ordin
ance can be lawfully enforced. I nder
' the provisions "f the ordinance, dance-
halli musi b prop rlj lui ted ind
j Approval must be given bj the police
1j department before a license i granted
3 r the lime the onlin.m ia.s-
13 ed tii" board of city commissioners
H S announced that strict regulations gov-
rrning dancehalls were necessary as
,t protection for the young women and
I men of ihe city.
H The pass is expected lo go to tin-
U jury late this afternoon.
II Huntsville S. S. fo
I Give Comedy Friday
I The Huntsville Sunday school Willi
I present a comedy entitled "The Cheer-
ful Uar" at thr- Huntsville Amu.-emeii
m hall on Friday. December, 10. Mis"
I Minnie Moore Brown of lgdcn, who
I is directing the play, reports thai the
I cast is excellent and that the young;
I lous roles. Following is the cast:
I Hastings Russell, the Cheerful Liar
I i I m F. I lolbrooK I
Randolph Dearborn, an accessor)
before the fact.. ..Moroni Allen
"F,cv, Ezra" Stiggins, a gold cure
practitioner .. . .Verlin Braltha
J Gen. Boomer, h Chicago r ,; Estate
.1 Millionaire .... Samuel Lofgreen
S Cuy McGuffin. n county constable.
I Geo. . lionstrom
1 i Flora Boomer, a girl who has n good
J time when she wants to ....... .
91 Selma Mortcnsem
j Birdie Sweetlove. housekeeper at
(I the gold cur- establishment. ..
I . .A, Carol (Jesford
ji Lucretla Spriggins. a Hoosier
Scuoolma'am Mlra Halls
1 David Wynne and Earl Kelt arc in
m c harge of the production, which '" -
lj ing given for the benefit of the Sun-,
! day school fund.
j oo ,
i Reports Theft of
$100 and His Watch
II Theft of $100 in currency and a:
1 gold watch and c'min, valued a,l ap-
vj proximately $0t, was reported .t the
j police station yesterda: b S. John-
K.on. 2159 Reeves avenue He said he
had engaged room .t the Gi'finer
j Rooming house on Twenty-fifth stre t
SI and was robbed during t.' night,
I j Mrs. A. Slner reported that a leather
I handbag, valued at 5 4 J had bc n stol-
en from her.
H I oo
I Unity Lodge No 18
I Free & Accepted Masons
1 Special meeting 2 p. m- Saturday.!
I?cember 11 M. M l .i-rrrrp rive
candidates. Supper will be served 7
H p. m Visit h itni
order of the W. M
W. N. V ACKER,
BEAT UP BOSSES
MILWAUKEE, Wis., 1cc. 9. A
small sized riot nt the boilermak
,iv department of the West Mil
waukee shops of tb- Chicago, (MU
wnukee and St, Paul railroad to
day over question of production
of work resulted In the beating
up of the superintendent and
foreman of the department. It is
said To men participated in the
R. YV Anderson, superintendent
of motive power, says unless he
is given the names of the men
who took part In th riot he will
rlose the depament, which em
ployes about 200 men.
n r .
Meeting Held by
Tin- i g ilen Chapter of the American
atlon of EJngineers held Its reg-
Ular mopthjy meeting Tuesday even
inp. with a run attendance.
Tbi fact that these men are widely
, uttered during ths summer months
has mole a-iir participation in pub
lic affairs Impossible. However the
interest nt. and Ihe knOedse f cur
ie. it affairs, displayed h i ihe Decem
ber ii "ng made it apparent thai tbs
memijei5 arc closely " touch with
m.. iters of Interest to the cltziens r
i t.-ib nad j.nnic uiafu those of interest
to professional men
The vili engnlers of Due fjnited
States are mnking concerted effort
to secure lh election and apponltment
of proper!) trained men to those po
sitions requiring special training, wjt't
the slogan "Engnlecf.s for Engrtleer-
IM ni I ( WOKK EXTEXSIOXfi
Resolutions relative to pending les
is'.ition for public work extensions
wen 111. lib- ,nd Will l epl'.'ed in th.'
hands of senators and representatives
f r DDI t his disl rll I
The Coopreation of Hip Goernor-
ebei of rial' was requested nl the ap
ppnltments pemlnlg and nl matters to
omr- before the leglslatpre at the
coming session, .steps tbWard the jnu
i,, mil of the public wer taken by In
augurating movement for a state li
cense la covering the activities of
. engineers and surveyors- a lav
of this character has been adopted or
ik now under consideration by the ma
lorltj of the individual States, the ln
ti ntlon l " ing to protect both the qual
ified engineers from association With
and the public from the employment
The American Assoplation of Knpi
neers has gone on record as strongly
Urging the passage of the .lones-
Reevoa Bill, which will be presented
to congress during thi.s session Thin
bill as drawn brings together in a de
partment nf Public Works all import
ant engineering and hUlldlhg services
Of the government now scattered
through the various departments. nmi
provides for a Competent engineer as
the commissioner of secretar of this
dep.i rt ment
TO in r. PARK.1 R
Saturday the members ol the Aaner-
, H, Association ill listen to an ad-,
a by V P". Parker, "nief Engineer
foi the t'tah Water Storage asaocla-
tlon, SI Ho EJaglea' hall. Mr Parker!
win discuss the State Pcvelopmenl Art,
as it win be presented before the next i
session "f the state legislature Thej
public in i'i .1 attend.
Announce Winners in
Miss Georgia Tale, student of the
Weber Normal . Ilege s,nd keon Hush,
of the high school department of the
college, were winners of an oratori1 al
contest, held mi the birthday anniver
sary of II. Per J Grant, at the Weber
Normal college yesterday.
Vutographed books were given the
Judges of the contest were Attor
neys Lyman Skeen and David Wilson
and Miss Vers Hasaebpflug of ihe t g
deri high school faculty.
I j RESIDENTS of HOOPER 1
Sunset, Clearfield, Wiilard
I AND ALL OTHER TOWNS
I ADJOINING WEBER
I THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY
j NOW PERMITS US TO SELL
FORD CARS, TRUCKS AND
I TRACTORS TO ANYONE RE-
1 GARDLESS OF WHETHER OR
j NOT THEY LIVE IN WEBER
1 BUY YOUR CAR IN THE CITY
I WHERE YOU DO THE REST
OF YOUR TRADING.
1 "Our Motto" to Car Owners
I Binford -Kimball
H Motor Co.
Wririt - ?
A GOODL& TO TRADE
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j Dollar Gifts
j Again Tomorrow
this sale of sjifts at $1 made a very strong
1 appeal to hundreds of shoppers s
since the store opened this morning there has
been a steady stream of buyers.
1 1 this same list of dollar gift suggestions will be
offered again all da' tomorrow. ?
j in ever section you will find copies ot the ad- -j
r vertisement for your convenience. ,
the one suggestion that we would make is this:
shop in the morning. jjj
.qs i3s- nnr-' as trw o&- '4we' : mv- -jga u
WOULD YOU LOAF
IF YOU WERE RICH?
These Boys Have Millions But They Work Hard
If you were heir to a million dollars, or maybe already had thai
much money -and possibly ;i whole 1 t more would you spend your
liT.- having a good time, or would vou work six das a Vfflek, .iust
like everybody else docs' Here arc six Americans vhi have (t(ifll'
i of coin, y-M prefer the work-a-day life to loafing: (Top row) Left t'
right . .luriiiis Spent er Morgan, son of J. P. Morgan, dr., and grand
son of one nf the greatest financiers who ever lived, pings away
daily as a member of the Wall street firm that beurs the Morgan
nam' Edsel Ford, heir to the Konl fortune, worked his way up to
director of the Ford Motor Works in Detroit. Cornelius Vander
hill, Jr.. heir to millions, is a reporter on a New York paper ( Lower
row i left lo right W. Avenll Harrinian, heir to the llarriman mil
lions is a powerful figure in the world's shipping industry, as bead
of the American shin and Ctnimcrcp corporation Marshall Field
I III took his father's great mercantile business seriously and was
ready to take charge of the $120,000,000 Field estate when the turn
eame. John P. Rockefeller, Jr.. philanthropist, is one of the busies!
' a well as Ihe richesl men in the country.
Auto Mechanic Class !
at Ogden High Tonight
oiattf in auto mschantps at the
'udn hiRh school will be itartad this
evening at th niKht whool OoorRf.
Rorgstrofn Is th Instructor of th;
More than forty-five mn of the!
city have enrolled undfr thi course.
flmil will li held .Ioinl;j. and!
Thuradn- vnlng of each week.
i OO i
cit this orr it is worth
Cut out this all p. encloa with 5p
and mall it to Foley & Co.. 2825 Shof-I
field Ave.. Chicago. III., willing m
' nam and adrlresa clearly. 1 on will
receive. 'in return a trial package con
taining Foley Honey and Tar Com
pound for cough", colds and croup; I
Foley Kidney Pills for pains In sidosi
and hark; rheumatism. headache.!
kidney and bladder ailments; and I
i Foley Cathartic Tnhleta. a whole.some
and thoroughl cleansing cathartic fori
I BonotlpatlOtt, liliouxnss. heaiJac hi-s.
(i and sliiKSiith lowel. Sold cverywhero.j
Chicago Medic Talks
to fvledical Society
ir. Dean iycwis .r the flush Med
ical college of rhlc.igo, wa the prin
i ipil npi-aker at the meeting of the
Weber County Medical socitv held in
the Colonel Hudson building Tucs
daj evening. Ir. Iewls addressed the
physicians present on "Diseases of the
In his address he dwelt on the vari
ous illseases of the bone and used lan
tern slides to Illustrate his lecture He
ii;". discussed tumors of the bone.
Following his S.ddfesa a general dls
. us ion was made by the physicianu
More than fifteen physicians from
Salt Laki v.. re in stt'fiance. while
ten from points in northern I'tah were
also on deck. Ogden was represented
by a lurKe number
TAKES ADVANTAGE OF
A WOMAN'S PRIVILEGE
QVANSVILLfe Twice Mrs. Katie
Peters has vu'j r.eorgo for divorce
aud twice ;he bus changt-rl her mind
and withdrawn th suit.
the selling began this morn- m
jHK;? iih the opniiv; ' tli' S
wsjlfo - coats and suits have been Hm 0
PljjjPf m going out every hour of the
"' pj day to customers who are H
prfti; J3y delighted with these unex- V H
g' I l: i peeled values.
.rl a traveling man, out of Chi- H
f , cago, came in yesterday for ?J
a look and bought the first H
k M coat he tried on. H
B ; it was a $45 coat, and he H
says he saved S20. Also he
is a man who knows cloth- H k
:f we can give you suits today M
I , J at $45 for which the maker 1
asked $52 this spring. . i
there, are suits and coats
for the young chaps at S20
we're asking you to come
in for a look; but please :'Bm
jl; come soon while the assort-
ment is complete.
Vr think of it! There are a thou- I
H 8an( SUS overcoas E I
three great groups in men's H
of Woman as President
Discussion of the possibility of a
woman for the president of the Unit
ed 3tates In one of the leading articles
piinted in the General Federation
News this month The paper is pub
lished i the General Federation of
Women's iui at Fa; ettevflle, Ark-annas,
with Leesle Strlngfellow Read is
editor. The Idea of a woman for t lu
president of th.- I nit.-.l st.-it os wjs
first dlscu!.sed in an editorial of a Nea
York paper, pointing OUl that women
have mad" Successful rulers of innn-
I archies. Mrs. Thomas J. Winter,
president of the general federation h IS
: lien alluded t aa "good White House
AppearltiK alo In the paper are ar-
I tides on the appreciation of art, pro
tection of mothen ana news concern-
i in federated clubs elsewhere. Ap
pearing iii the official director! of the
1 General Federation of Women's clubs,
I are the names of tin .- I'tah women.
i Mis. F.iward Bichsel of Ogden, Utah's
I director on the hoard: Mrs E. 0.
1 Leatherwood. of Salt I.ik. president
I of I'tah s Federation and Mrs. Char lew!
H. McMahon of Ball Lake, In charge,
j of the niiinl. lpal civil service laws.
Income Tax Payments
Due on December 15
Final Installments on the fourth m
,come. tax are due December 15. accord-,
! lnp to Information from the local In-,
Eternal revenue offices.
li hns been erroneously reported
'that ten days" gTac WOUld ho allowed
In the payment Of the tax. This, how
ver. t not .t and all payments on th
fourth income tax must either be
on Oecemher 16 or a penaltv will h
Imposed upon those who arc df lin -
quent. it I stated.
Failure In receiving notices will not
relieve citizens of obligation of making
prompt payments, n is said.
i m i n is?! r r ai m..
spoKANK. Wash. Prank Hauer
has perfected an entire)) ;uf.- method
of falling down elevator sh.if'-. H
tried l out the other d.-ry from the
third floor of an office building here.'
He landed on a pile of shavinas and
had minor cuts sewed up at the city J
Hearse Struck by Car
, and Dragged 85 Feet
Larkin & Sons' motor hearse, driven
.by T2. A. Larkin, was struck by a one
man car at Twenty-third street and
Jefferson avenue yesterday afternoon
and was dragged about 86 feet before
the car stopped, according to Mr. iu
j kin. The hearse ajis returning from
I the cemetery.
It Is my Opinion," said Mr. Larkin.
"that the cars on the Twenty-third
street line travel too rapidly, especially
I when they cross the well -traveled
' pa -il Jefferson avenue.
"It was fortunate that nobody was
hurt in VCStt rday's collision, but ff the
cars ar.- Operated at such high speed j
over Intersections, accidents seem cer-i
! tain "
Austrian Shot in
j Brawl at Lakeside I
Pappovltch ail Austrian a
the Dee hospital with a bullet wound
Jn his jaw. while Mike Davidca, alleged
to have inflict-.l the wound in a brawl
al Lakeside, la being sought by local
police officers and special agents of
th Southern lJ;nifc company. H
The shooting occorred on Tuesday LH
knight it is reported, coming as the
culmination of a quarrel between the H
two men Meager informal ion' regard- H
'ng i he h ng has , , tfl
Davldca, following the -shooting is
alleged lo Ii.m.- fled from the seen.- H
ir.d at the time 01 his departure was H
wearing neither coat or hat. H
fappovirch is cxp.-cted to recover H
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