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MW THE OGDEN Siainumiw, uul,c, kjih, wnLourt t i-bBKUAKY 25, 1920 7 ,
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SKl Confidently On
J wflar . Goodrich Tires
Whether it be for just running about
5 i' town every day, or for extended tours via
S into the country away from city service .gga
' stations (the season for which tours Is can,
J, 80 at hand) you will banish all tire worries nra
2 If -vou have four Goodrich Tires on your p
car. .
g t"u' ELD
; as Goodrich are the makers of the famous ajaj
; g SHvcrtown Coird Tire the autocrat of regi
cord tires and also highest grade fabric ,
' (A tires produced K
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; 00 Adjustments guaranteed 'by ''.
us, backed by the factory ' "
? 01 Cords 8000 miles HOT
sm . Fabrics 6000 miles
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m J. W. NICKSON, Mgr. Kg
i S 2440 Grant Avenue Ogdcn gg
i for Subscription and Advertising
' ! Department, Call Phone No. 56.
' j Greirier's Chili is the Best. 2619
why pav more? Buy your shoes a!
! Ghristenson's Cut-Hate Shoe Store.
i 2325 Washington Ave. We sell you
belter shoes for less money. Kash
and Karry system. Expenses cut to
,.i minimum U-Com-See-Us. 3178
Seven Applications for Job. Appli-
cations of soven Hooper residents who
J Trant the job of postmaster at Hooper,
have filed applications at the local
'; postoffice, according to Secretary E.
:i A. Stevenson of the local civil service
' board The nalary will amount to be
,;' tvreen ?150 and ?600 per year, based
t-' (?n the cancellations at the office
New Heating Plant A new steam
heating plant has been installed in the
premises of the Dgdcn Baking com
pany on Grant avenue. The work is
said to have cost about $6,000. Fur
ther plans for enriching the equipment
and enlarging the plant areunder cou
sideration. Real ice cream, $2.25 delivered.
Greenwell Confectionery. 3030
Old papers lor sate. Ogden Stand,
Cull 1166 for Printing. The Neute
boom Ptg. Co.. 2370 Wash. Ave. 254C
Ward Dance Eighth Ward will give
at the Amusement Thursday nighi.j
Lillian Thatcher orchestra will render1
a fine program.
Californians Enlist in Ogricn Jimmv j
C. Marks, of Oakland, Calif, and Wes-i
ley C. Riserdorph. of Sutter Creek,
Calif., enlisted litre a few days ago and j
jwore sent to the cenlrpl rrcruiting sta-j
lion at Salt I.aUn last night whence I
iUiiwinuj..:x.iiJ-.UJ lam i 11 i 1 1 1 1.1 1 : uLV"irraa in
they will depart in the service of the
U. S. army engineering corps to the
Philliplne Islands. j
Photograpns ore nistory or ia ram-!
1 II v. Have them taken today a: The'
Tripp Photo Studio. 320 25th S;. I
BJ1CK, ceraont and plaster Jobbing,
chimneys, firewalls, etc. Phono 770.
The local Brotherhood of American
l Yeomen are to celebrate their twenty
j third anniversary in the W. O. W. hall
;ne.xt Friday evening when after the
class adoption and other business there
will be a banquet served to which all'
members and their friends are invited, j
Coal M. L. .-ones Coal & Ice Co. I
Prompt delivery. 413 2Kb St. 2173 j
Selected apples cheaper.- Phone 76.
For messenger service Ph. 502. 2502
Ezra Chandler Made Administrator.
Inhe matter of the estate of the
;lale Alice A. Chandler Prouly. Ezra
A. Chandler was yesterday appointed
I administrator. II. B. Prouty, husband!
i of the deceased was removed from the I
i office of guardian of the minor child-j
, ren and administrator of the estate.
I following charges of his having made!
,a false inventory of the estate.
i !
Home made bread, pics, cakes. Made
better.- Greenwell Confectionery.
Dumko Floral 'store now open In!
i Portola Cafe. 370 2 ith. Phono 250.,
Clean rags wanted at The Stancard j
' rficc
, . !
! Clean rags wantca at The Standard
Mrs. Charlie Chaplin in The j
Price of a Good Time' at the(
Lyceum today only. j
j "Less than half the owners of Auto
mobiles In Weber county have procur
ed their 1020 license numbers from
'the secretary of state, although they
have had nearly 60 days in which to
do so." R. II. Woollen, chief deputv
' sheriff announced today.
"The sheriffs office ami the police
department are joining in a warning
that no excuses will be accepted after
iMarch 1.
"After that date we shall proceed to
'enforce the state laws and person?
who do not have now liconse number?
aficr the last of February will be pick
ed up ahd charged with a misdemean
or." . . - -i
I Interior of City Hall
I to be Redecorated
At thr city commissioners' meeting
th'a morning a contract was let to i.
i Sander lor the 'work -of painting the
! interior of the city hall at a sum .if
! A pawnbroker's license was grntPd
to Herman Kerlz.
- r i1 iifii-umTrm.u uli-i ittj.wj . -J . i 11 i 11
The decree in what is known as the,
chiropractic cases was filed in the
disi.Jct court today. The case is known
as The Board of Medical Examiners
of the State of Utah against Clarence
D. Johnson. While Johnson is named
as he defendant the same ruling ap
plies to the defendants A. F. Blair,
Ross H. McCune and I. J. McKell. The.
decree signed by Judge A- W. Agee. ,
in part is as follows: I
"The defendant (Johnson) is htrehy
enjoined, prohibited and restrained'
froTi diagnosing, treating or operating!
upoii any person or persons within the
stato of Utah, afflicted with any men-
tal or physical ailment or afflicted
with any abnormal or physical condi-j
tionj and from advising any such per-j
son or persons as sucli mental or phys
ical ailment until such a time the dtr
fendant will be admitted to practice
medicine within the state of Utah."
The raising of blooded'stock by the
'members of the Boys' clubs of the.
i county will be carried out in connoc j
lion with the project work of the clubs, i
according to A. J. Taylor, county club,
leader. I
Mr. Taylor stated today that the plan1
j is to have many boys in the county
'buy registered stock of tho Holstein,
'Hereford or Shorthorn variety. Calves;
lare available to the county club work-!
jers, the cost of the animal being $150.)
I Tho plan is that the boys pay $50 as;
the initial payment, and arrangements;
with local banks are being made to j
allow boys buying calves to pay for;
their stock in installments. I
To assist in the matter of the club I
members purchasing heifers, Henry J
Oberhansley, assistant state club lea-)
jucr djiiviu in usiieu mis ui ivi iiuuii ;
from tho Utah Agricultural college. I
Miss Goldie Faux, assistant club lea-j
der for the Girls' clubs of t,hc state.;
also arrived and will assist Miss Ellen j
Agren in rounding out the work of tljej
Coming peason for the girls j
The first meeting of the season Ton
club workers will be held tomorrow!
evening at 7 o'clock in Pleasant View.'
The matte of club members purchas '
ing calves will be brought up, and it is:
(expected that a large attendance of)
boy club members, together with their)
parents, will bo present. j
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jflufstetler Proves ,
Hiisself Not Guilty;
The case against C. Hufsletler.
charged with speeding on Tivonly fifth i
street past a standing street car, was
I dismissed in city court this morning
lwh'Jn the accused proved that he was
I not guilty or the charge, but thai he
had used the wrong side of the street
1 in passing the street car.
Resting In the security of the city'
Jail this morning are two alleged hide
thieves for whom the local police have
been looking for some time. The men
arc Charles Sullivan, 32, and Ed Camp
bel!, 20, who were captured In Sail
Lake yesterday by Detectives C. W.
Patten and Patrolman R. R. Rcnyon. ,
The Salt Lake police say that tho
men had sold $100 worth of hlder
which they had stolen In Ogden to a,
concern on Third West street and on!
I the day following had stolon hides to'
the value of the same amount from
IJ. W. Summerhays & Sons company,,
whbh they sold to another concern liii
th? same building.
I The stolen hides are said to have;
been shipped to a houso in Omaha. j
According to Captain Jones of the
,Og.1en police trial will be postponed in!
jOrdr to give the police time to inves
tigate further evidoncc which may,
i prove that the men are connected with !
other unsolved robberies in the city:
and state.
Building Permit Is
Issued for Coiiage
; A building permit was granted yes-'
tterdny to Charles Olsen for a cottage
on .Tcffcrsqn avenue and the wet cor
jnor of Thirtieth stret, valued at $3500 i
Mendicant From Seattle
Given Ten Days in Jail
Itichard Seeborl, 22, who sals he
hails from Seattle, appeared before
Judge D. R. Roberts In city court this
morning charged with mendicancy.
The prisoner pleaded guilty. Officer
Everetl Noble testified that he had
seen the man at intervals af i week
pas:, begging on the streets, and being
accosted by him this morning the offi
cer took hira under arrest. He way
sentenced to 10 days .in the city j?il.
Deaths and Funerals
COOK William Cook, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Cook, died in Los An
geles, Cal., Sunday, Feb. 22. Ho was
born July 1, 1S83, and lived in Ogden
until 191G, when he accepted- a posi
tion as electrician with the Universal
Picture Co., Holly, Cal. He leaves tt
wife, parents, and the following broth
ers and sisters: Mrs. L. Jecklin. Spo
kane; Mrs. Roy Fordyce, Spokane;
Mrs. A. Brock, Los Angeles; Mrs. A.
McPhie. John Cook. Walter Cool: and
Marion Coo kof Ogden.
Tn "remains will bo brought to Og
den for burial.
GOODALE Funeral service for Jos
eph Goodale. -1-year old son of Mr. and
Mr".. Thomas Goodale, will be held at
th? Larkin chapel this afternoon at 1
o'clock. Bishop Martin P. Brown wi'l
have charge of the service. The re
mains will lie in state until time of fu
neral STEED Doris F. Steed. Inrani
I daughter of Charles E. and Florence
M. Flint Steed, died at 2:30 o'clock
yesteiday morning of stomach "trouble
I at he family residence at Clearfield
In his fourth $100,000 two-reel comedy and gloom
chaser I jH
Ogden Theatre
'rrhe child was born at Clearfield
I MATTSON Funeral services for
Mrs Mary Mattson were held at the
: La: kin chapel this, afternoon at 2:30
i o'clock with the Rev. C. D. Carl of
Salt Lake officiating.
i Mrch 11, 1919. The funeral service
will bo held at the Clearfield meeting
'houso Thursday at 1 p. m., with Bish
lop David Stoker officiating. The body
Iniay be viewed until noon. Burial will
take place in the Kaysvillo cemetery.
Flowers may be left at the Larkin &
Sons chapel until 11 o'clock Thurs
day.' JENKINS Funeral services lor Da
vid A. Jenkins were held at the Lind
quist chapel yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock. The service was conducted ov
I Rev. John E. Carver, who delivered )
the funeral sermon. Musical selections
'were rendered by Mrs. C. H. Slcvenr
Burial was made in the city cemetery,
i where the grave wa3 ('.edicated by Re
TADDEI Funeral services for Olgo
JTaddei were held this morning at 10
o'clock in the Kirkendall chapel, Fa
! ther .Kennedy officialing. Interment
j Ogden City cemei ry.
I oo
! John Hendry Resents
I Having His Name Used!
i i
1 John Hendry, electrician, who re-!
sides at 362 Twenty-fourth street, say
1 he has a bone to pick with the f6llow
who gies his name as John Henry
when arrested by police. Hendry says
many of his Triends do not know that
he has a "d" in his name and that
when tho police arrest John Henry
his friends "kid" him about being ar
rested. Hendry wants his friends to
know that he was not one of the two
j arrested for drinking Florida water.
0PENi : I
- H ' I
President Wilson today signed the
oil land leasing bill, which open up for
development millions of acres of land
in the west, Including Utah, according.
to an Associated Press dispatch.
me loiai area oi on innus inrown ih
open for lease under the bill Is est!
mated by the geological survey at'
more than 6j.700.000 acres,, while tho
proven coal lands under government tH
withdrawal total approximately 30,000-
00U acres, with 39,000,000 acres still to
be classified- Phosphate lands are es
tima.ted at 2,700,000 acres with sodium
and other mineral deposits equally as
extensive. '1
Callfornii with 1,189,200 acres of IH
withdrawn oil am gas lands and Wyo
ming with 1.151,629 acres, lead the '
other states In the extent and Tichne, s
of their oil deposits. Of the six addi- f
tional states containing rovcrnmcnt
oil lands made available to lease under
'the bill, ,ouisiana, with 467,000 acres
'and Arizona with 230,100 acres are
'considered to have the most valuable
The Utah and Montana oil areas axe
estimated at more than 1,000,000 acres
each, but much of this land, govern
ment experts say, comes under the
"doubtful" classification. Colorado
contains 222,000 acres and North Da
kola 8-1,891. In addition to these oil iH
resources, vast areas of oil shale lands
in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming are JH
made available for exploitation. !
YOU IN THE CLEANEST POSSIBLE MANNER th .Jrici regulation of the government's new pure REPRESENTATIVE ITEMS AND PRICES. 9
I I'nod laws. "jl
1 I CORN FED BEEF Choice Laml) flin ("Imps, pound. .36? , . w Our butter is churned fresh every day, Sunkist Doz. H
it n o , i c, i i oft. Choice Lamb Rib Chops, pound.. 31 C D C f I A I Q and arantee.1 swcei. pure and the be
: I Choice 1 orterhoiiso Steak. pou"d.30 Choi,e Lamb Leg Chops, pound . .32p J T L t i ALO HomoDa'iry Butter 62c Kxtra Choice Oranges, SO size...So
I fC'l01ec i0ne ca1k' Pl,m ' Choice Lamb blew, pound . ... 15 Nucoa, pound .'. . ! . . . . . . . . . . ! . . .40c KxLra Choice Oranges 100 size. .7o
I (f ,10K, lom Steak pound. . . . ( We Lamb Tongue, pound 20Q High Grade Oleo 35c Extra Choice Oranges, 126 sue. - - .6o 1 H
j C hoiec hrlocr Round Stenlc. pound .24 ! FISH EGGS Extra Choice Oranges, 0 size. . .6O9 I
I J),r!mp 1!?tce.1: Tn0aSlS' -""T'ofiS rHOTCF VFAI w ' Choice Fresh Ranch Eggs, domi.. 45 Extra Choice Oranges 200 size 40 1
i I Prime Family Rib Roast, pound. . .-5b nuivL vlal . 7 Phoiop Spler-terl Siorqop 40i Extra Choice Lemons, 30Q size, ilz. 3op g
f 1 Extra Selected Heel Boiling Meat, . Veal Cutlets, pound 40 Choice Red Snapper, a lb. IbC , Uioice belectcd btora0e 4U Grapefruit, 3 for 25 jj
1 pound 229 Veal Steaks, pound 40- MF AT 1 APn Choice Head Lettuce, 2 for 15
I 1 Choice Steer Shoulder Steaks, Veal Shoulder Roasts, pound 33 m&Al LAKU . Carrots, '6 bunches 25 I
POnd W V,l Shoulder Steaks, pound ....35 Choice Steer Sirloin Steak, a lb 28c H St wfc.V.Vi Turnips, 3 bnnehes 350 g
Choice Steer Rump Coasts, pound .lye Veal Stew, pound 20c sego Lard. 10-lb. pails, net weight $3.35 Beets, 3 bunches 2o
I Choice Steer Rump Steak, pound . 20 Veal Shanks, pound 150 Chefo Lard, 2-lb. pails not weight 70c Cauliflower, pound ....15d 1 jH
; 1 Choice Steer Short Ribs, pouud. . 150 Chefo Lard, 5-lh. pails. nct weight. .. .si.70 Cabbage, 3 pounds 25c . H
1 rM,,v c. rr i ,wl , ' Chefo Lard, 10-lb. pails, net weight 3.35 1 H
Choice S eer Flank Steal; pound. 2oc , FRESH PORK 0 i i Crinco. nound pails net weight 55c . ft
1 1 n10!ce r e ?5 fc rponn choice Pi& iJork choos, pound . . .2so Scrupulously Clean ?!sco- c3 110un? pf!jls nf Hi0- coi'FkE
1 Choice Brisket Boiling Beef, poundlOc Choice Pig Pork Steaks, pound... 36 H J Cnsco, 6 PpUr(i.pyreppo Schilling's Best, pound 600
I !Ce lfl RfaS,S t h0.ice f0' P0Undi VA 'o words sum up the appearance of Ogden 's Alpine nnST S caS,U . S5.95 Red Can, pound 60c
, 1 Choice Nock Pot Roast, pound 100 Choice Pork Tenderloins, pound. .4eo . Alpine Brand Milk, 2 cans ..25c High Value, pound oO?
I Choice Ox Tails pound 100 Choice Pig Spare Ribs, pound 240 first food department store. From the sidewalk to 'Choice Peas, 2 cans 25c TEA I
i Choice O'x Hearts, pound . . .SS Choie Pig Link Sasa,, pound. .25 Ulc ,.eal. elld ot tho st01.c. cvel,vtUin is ahvays kopt Z. TV".:i:: JP?,S ?? I
: I Cholee Himbcrger Steak, pound.. Choke Vig Tails, lomid ... ! ! 15 shining brlgh. and elean. ' " SUGAR yelnM.n J3eSt,. Engl.sh Broaktast I.
J Choice Fresh Sliced Beef Liver. Choice Cleanecl Pigs Feet. (pound . 15 Sugar, 10 pounds $1.45 Rjdcway 's, S ounces' . . ' 4'5 1 H
1 Pound 100 Choice Pig Liver Sliced, pound. . ..40 And the salespeople who serve vou were cKosen for Sugar. '5 pounds 750 Upton's, S ounces ."'.'.".'.. . .450 9 H
; Choice Fresh Beef Tongues, pound 32? 70 tidiness-it is pleasant, to be, waited on bv FRESH FISH . Bulk, -Hi-Valu," per pound 70 I
1 Choice Fresh Beef Brains, pound. 10 ?ouncl ,,.irAC ir - m. Halibut, pound aoc Arbcn, pound 60 I H
I conrtcofls,. neat young ladies and men. The cuts Samon. pound 30c SOAP .
HAMS AND BACON meat arc Prcl)arcd by experienced meat cutters crabs, each 40c Special 0c quality Kosc Bath I'
Fresh Beef soup Bones, pound 5o ancl lhere aro no j k h so'::::::::::::::::::::::::: joiut soaP ........... . . . .eg m
- ZZT S3S Eveo-..,ng, in raet. abo,lt tWs sto,e , t,,e . 1Z
Old Fashioned Now York Pull Sliced Boiled Ham, pound 62c of cleanliness. shrimp, pound soc $2.90 B-
Cream, Cheese, poijnd Selected Ham Butts.' smofced 40c f'cmpound .::::::::::::::::: S 100 pounds $5-75 1 I !

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