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, . j9 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1919
I OBJECTS TO MOONLIGHT DANCES AND THE DARKNESS WHICH ENVELOPES THE DANCE HALL l l II I1 Fnraupp there are proups to bo J hoard on both fides of the question , in connection with the dance hall ordl j nance that was Introduced at the, city ' commi-M'on meeting recently, it will not bo reported out for action by the Commissioner Miles L. Jones an nounced today. "The 11 o'clock closing feature Ol , I the proposed ordinance seem; to have obscured all the other provisions of I the proposed measure." Commissioner .lone- ?aid. "and wi think thai the' public should be thorough!) acquainted with all provision- In the first place, the proposed, ordinace Is drawn alone lines sue eested by the United States Bureau Iof Health in connection with the bureau's campaign against social dis I cases. No Moonlight Dances. j ' ' "Among other things, the proposed ! ordinance would prohibit the presence of profligate characters in dance halls and would penalize managers who per mit such persons to be present. None 1 under 18 years of age will bo allowed at dances unless with adult escorts. There shall be no so-called 'moonlight' HI 1 dances under the proposed measure nd vulgar and dejrrading nances are prohibited " Commissioner Jones still is receiv ing letters from parents who aay here should be strong regulation of dances. There seems to be a differ ent of opinion with regard to 'he 11 o'clock closing feature, but nobody has offered objections to the other pro-: visions of the ordinance, ii is stated Letter Received. One of the letters received by the commission reads as follows. "As you are taking steps in recu lating ihe dancing in our city. I want to ask you if you would like a daughter of yours to receive a gentleman ac quaintance a( your home, sit in the parlor after yon and our wife went in bed ;md have your daughter and some man sit in darkness0 1 know you would not. Neither would I. Yet that Is what ihey do at all of these dance halls. It Is what they call the moonlight dance I would like to see an ordinance forbidding this and the, 1 1 i h with flie I $HINOI HOME SET I To clean the shoes and applyffflNOL H I The SHINOI Dauber To briiW out the shine or to remove dust-the lambs wool and felt - I $HiN0i&Misher I For a lasting Polish which preserves He leather I $KINQI in the handy KeyOpeninBox Many people or T yoxiv Christmas JJTeSjWo list would apprec- kMAM lat e the convenient fllSfelR MOMESET-Buyoday lJJlf the supply is limited. nJJ 1 1 1 JfBlikf I sSS 10c .first one who does not live up to it I take his license away and close the i hall up." oo Attention Neighbors of Woodcraft Sego Lily Circle 174 Neighbors of Woodcraft, are requested to be present at the meeting Thursday niqht, De cember 11, ai S o'clock, to vote on amendments. A full attendance de sired. LAURA W. CART, Guardian Neighbor. KATE HBTMAN, L4T2 Clerk Girls! Your hair needs a little "Danderine" that's all! When It becomes lifeless, thin or loses its lustre; when ugly dandruff i I appears, or your hair falls out, a 3 5-cent bottle of "delightful, dependable "Danderine" from any store, will save your hair! also double it's beauty. You can have nice, thick hair, too. I AdverUbment, I FAMILY OF FIVE HAVE GUT 01 ROOM 10 LIVE IN Juvenile problem in Ogden arr in crease,! by present housing conditions aceording to Judge Dan Sullivan of (he jui nlle court A juvenile officer yesterday Investi gated a report that a family of five was liune in a three-roomed house, near the business district ( the city. A visit was made and it was discov ered that the report was true, three children and the parent occupying one room. But one bed was in l he house, the children sleeping on ihe floor. The father asserted that he could not find a better place, his re sources brine small and the number of Cheap houses in Ogdcn being limited The court will investigate this case further oo Everyone Should Drink Hot Water in the Morning Wash away all stomach, liver, and bowel poisons before breakfast. To feel your best day in and day out, to feel clean inside; no sour bile to coat your tongue and sicken your breath or dull your head; no constipa. tion. bilious attacks, sick headache, colds, rheumatism or gassy, acid stom ach, you must bathe on the inside like ' you bathe outside. This is vastly more important, because the skin pores do not absorb impurities into the blood, while the bowel pores do. To keep these poisons and toxins well flushed from the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, drink before breakfast each day, a glass of hot. wat er with a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate in it This will cleanse, purify, and freshen the entire alimen , tary tract before eating more food Get a quarter pound of limestone phosphate from your pharmacist It ; is Inexpensive and almost tasteless. ' Drink phosphated hot water ever morning to rid your Bystem f these vile poisons and toxins, also to pre-! I vent their formation. fri Scouts to Meet Investure of members of Boy Scout Troop 1 will be held this evening in the Eighth ward chapel, according to announcements made yesterday by Scout Executive G A. Goates. Tweniv-nine boys will br invested at the session The boys will he awarded with tenderfoot badge: Executive Goates will give the final approval on the registration ceititi cates and at the end of the service he will talk to ihe assembled scouts I Oil "Duties of a Boy in Communities." The following boys will be invested Lolt Ness. Wallace A Goates. Norman Allred, Lewis Bjorkland, Lue Brand son. Harold Butcher, Stanley Cromp ton, Oscar Deming, John Eddling, Mavnard Guild, Blaine Garner. Gordon Hinckley, Cordon Kelly. Theodore Kilts, Wesley Lund, Andrew Morley, LeRoy Moore. Clarence Ross, Blaine . Kamsden, Lawrence Vause, Arvid Morsnegjr, Arthue Morcnegs, Edward Lindquist, Lawrence Green, Jesse Jor genson, Irvin Hansen, Earl Gullckson, , Leslie Johnson, Raymond Shipley. HOW AND WHEN TO TAKE ASPIRIN First see that tablets you take are marked with the "Bayer Cross" To get quick relief follow carefully the safe and proper directions in each unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets i of Aspirin." This package is plainly u r, m rrwl ti-i t i 1 1-, i-nniv "D.,a.. Cross." The "Bayer Cross" means the genu ine, world famous Aspirin, prescribed by physicians for over eighteen years "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" can be taken safely for Colds, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lum bago. Rheumatism, Joint Tains, Neu ritis, and Pain generall. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents. Druggists also Bell larger "Baer" packages Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture 'of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylic acid. Advertisement. oo You are assured of the rar est sort of a treat. Her first All Arnencan Picture, Nazimova in "The Brat." Greater than words. Now at Utah. oo ! WHEN MEALS I DON'T FIT ! I t "Pape's Diapepsin" is the I quickest Indigestion and I Stomach Relief f v Urn meals hit back and your stom ach is sour, acid, gassy, or you feel full and bloated. When you have heavy lumps of pain or headache from indi gestion. Here is Instant r'ellef! Just as oon as you eat a tablet or two of Pape'a Dlapepsin all the dys pepsia, indigestion and stomach dis tress caused by aridity ends. These pleasant, harmless tablets of Pape's Diapepsln never tail to neutralize the harmful stomach acids and make you feel line at onee. and they cost so llt 'tle at drug store. Advertisement. IALHAMBRAI I IT'S HERE TODAY I WmFIBSS : WlfflV BRINGS I HE YOWiGgaM mm JHnami I sow of hsj eobheb paptme: - 1 IkTI iffiUr LL WW lliii IliL; , Mj I Yes, people will talk, They talk of our prospects, The saying it true, They talk of our past, J , 8 They talk about mc, And if we are happy ', Lv' 1 SwffiaM! And tiiey about yen. They say it can't l.r.t. , y fJjJS'- If We no to the epera They talk of our loved ones, j :;. ; Some one vilt say. They talk of our foes, wi WHflBL 'hot. Id go cliurch They talk of our follies, w i ift-nt' lcarn bov to pray. They talk of cur woes. I 1 H r'-''3fi lis ,j If we go to church They talk cf our joys, " 1 j And offer up prayers, They talk of our fears. HfffljDHfiflL. ! They say vc arc hypocrites Trey in I K of our smiles, I ; j And putting on airs. They talk of our tears. 1 1191 If we arc rich They talk if wc are tingle, 1' They call us a thief, They talk if wc wed, .M?1 m B Scoff at our ecrrowa They talk of us living. I I 2J 1 And Irugh at our grief. And will talk of uc dead. 1 - t pPjwj If wc arc poor Tho' we live like ang : ffiSer ' ' ' They cay we shirk, With circumspect walk, wT H Ve sre always lazy Our efforts arc useless, ' i ! . " ' "mJ And never would work. For people will talk. 'If:' 1 See "BABBLING TONGUES" K SCANDAL HHH Scandal blights love, it ruins careers, it damages reputations, n and plays havoc ith characters. Every man, woman and even Km children ore subjected to scandal. The onslaughts of scandal are j M more dcsdly than disease and wcrk upen the innocent with a f 1 fer B3 more deadly effect than upon the guilty. Ur oZ re . ''''ij j I H Doors open 1:5 P. M.; Curto.in at 2: 15, 4:00, 5:45, . MIKi Jj. ll I Attend on the Schedule fgg K I 1 ?h ij o i 'J M ML 1 PRICES Have you heard the latest? 1. Now don't tell anyone I told you, as I heard it at Mrs Iv0;' lfe I in I m M: was seen at a late hour last Wednesday night JL OB take the 11 00 o'clock car for Salt Lake City with a handsome young 'frpjj fellow. You know her husband has been to Portland for two weeks KfJ I Children Malinccs Evenings -S 'bbSq tonques" P and you'll get the whole truth of the affair A. T. Hestmark Is Kept Busy As Fuel Controller On of ihf busiest men in ihe Hry today i?, A. T. Hestmark. Held agent of the city fuel committee, of which W H. Reeder is chairman. "Al" i? the man who must see to It that residents with an adequate sup ply of coal on hand do not hoard more while others go without turl Vhcncer coal dealers get an order which seems suspicious. "Al" is in formed and he makes an investigation. II' ays he has found few instances Where a selfish disposition has been disclosed. J. L. Hohl. ai;ent of the Denver A. Rio Grnnde. conferred with Mr Hest- , mark today Mr. ILohl dr-aires to rcR ulate the delirery of fuel to th r tailers bo that thot?e with the smallest supply will be tie first served. I w ! You are assured of the rar est sort of a treat. Her first All Amcrican Picture. Nazimova in "The Brat." Greater than 1 words. Now at Utah. KL. Ill I I Thomas Cook Is Bound Over to District Court Thomas Cook, alleged to have held up his employer, a sugar beet topper and contractor, was before Judge D. R. Roberts yesterday afternoon andl bound over to the district court. I During the early part of November ! Cook was employed by Harold Keller as a beet topper for the Amalcamatcd 'Sug.tr company. Upon receiving his pav envelope. Cci "'''Vui IB existed IB -Bv 15 autom itlc 1 11 m l :m of J1.000. IV kenlng head k 7 t Constipation, m Bdclntyre Drug Co -Aa- J. J. BrummiU, 241.Hi3 ,U 6on avenue, pays hl prices for Liberty bonds.