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THE OGDEN STAND FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1921. ARD-EXAMINE- 11 K I TELEPHONES TO Business nd Circulation Dept.,. 55 55 Classified Ads. . . . .428 Advertising Dept.: Editorial and News Dept........ 873 .............. ............ RANDOM REFERENCES " 63? DO WASHINGTON JL ! 8cenrtIRedliLictioii SATURDAY CLEARANCE SALE i ON ALL who would do so if they could get a Chirapractor to come to their own homes, J have decided to SPECIALIZE in HOME ADJUSTING, and should you need the services of a Chiropractor, please call . Going to Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. Ralph jE.' Bristol will depart Sunday for San Francisco where they will sail for Honolulu during the early part of the week to spend the winter. T fa ie on ie in WHEN SICK TRY CHIROPRACTIC FIRST NOT LAST Believing that there are many people who are taking Chiropractic Adjustments who would prefer to do so in the privacy of their own'homes, and believing, also, that there are many who do not take 'Chiropractic Adjustment You fclke Miusic WitU Your Meals i Then come and enjoy It at the Potter Cafe. Always at lunch and dinner for your enjoyment. Try our Commercial Lunch, 50 cents per plate: 11:30 a. m. to 2 m. p. i WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE AN Delicious Cream Puffs, filled with CHARLES H. PEART, D. C, Ph. C. real cream, 50e per dozen.. Greemwell 9552 Xtonfectionery. BAY YE KG ES'' (Palmer School Three-yeResidence, 2862 Quincy Ave. Graduate) Phone ar Improving L. M. Hilton. Ogden grocer, who underwent an operation at a local hospital Tuesday, is .convales-- j cingr, it was announced today. Ogden; Typewriter House for type2422H udson writers and repairs. avenue. !j Phone 236. lleturn-- Here Phil Harding, trafo Cenfic manager of the tral linea has returned from an inspection! trip over the. company property, ' Inheritance Tax The estate of Elizabeth C. Wardleigh of Ogden has paid 1812.67 to Attorney General II. H. Cluff as inheritance tax. The check was received in Salt Lake yesterday. " 2930-- Any hat on display, patterns included M EH'eciive Now $5.00 Two Special Groups of Hats S2.50 and he is also president of the board. The polls for the election will be between the hours of 7 a. m. and Besides the personnel, of the super- open visor's office, the following? officers 7 p. m., according to Miss Viola will be in attendance: George C. Lar- Clancy, clerk of the board of educason and James A. Cahill of Heber, tion. d oo Parley C. Madsen and Charles II. of Springville, A. P. Christiansen WRECKAGE FROM TUG of Nephi, William L. Huff of Payson. FOUND ALONG BEACH Edson J. Adair of Hanna. Wyo.. and Fred O. Johnson. Duchesne. oo-- will be discussed with a view to great- er efficiency. s Utah-Idah- and SLOO 2. More Ore, Iec. Sea from the wreckage tug Eagle was found Thursday on the beach between Columbia Beach and Gearhart. Six life preservers, a hat marked J. Doyl two cans of hard tack, a locker box CANNERS TO MEET call on us. Exide Battery Station Phone 179 2359 Hudson Ave. J C. W. IVERSON, Prop. ASTORIA. 20 Kindling wood. Phone 828. HERE ON WEDNESDAY SH!JVed A marriage license has nee? issued in the office of Claude T. Members of the Utah Canners' asMoyes, county clerk to Louis Sophos from alj parts of Utah will sociation and Ruth E. Rawson. both hold a soecial meetinsr in their of of Ogden... ' fices in the Fred J. Kiesel building next Wednesday, according to an anthe in of for gifts Everything be way today by Vice Christmas may foundat the Fifth nouncementH. L.made Herrlngton. ward bazaar held at 2528 Washing- President Frank E. Gorrell, national secretary ton avenue today and Saturday., A of articles are being of- of the National Canners association, great the principal speakers. fered for sale. Merchants' dinner will be one of Plans for 1922 canning campaign in daily at noon. Utah will be outlined at the coming .session, Six president uicnara atring-rout- e en Aviators Here aviators, hawill preside. from North island. San piego. to Tne Place for the holding of he to- the east) coast were. Ogden visitors which will be held Ensign Walter Knapp was at--in nual meeting, win also be determined of the- party. They win be 1 uary 6 and at,Mie coming tached to the eastern naval aviation meeting ' OO j rlptflrhmcnf When you need a new battery or responsible repair work on any make of battery, or electrical work on your car, Splendid Values Corsage Bouquets, 25c and up All-re- . deal or to identify her wno URCH APPEARS m.Mle tn,- :m th- Woman - Hit in - i Hurch are- 1L lrii.r tic list of actua lilted litireh in lid ro.n. n fre Thurml.iy. it was cntinnej ho miih o that to fire ictlni "aid be iK'cafiiJn. tvhen a ltn.ik Ify iriit and N Sik hopiial patintii were rerortei on out the went iiurvh tuil Haley Ktnils wltl the defendant niuht with the hinges broken off, two earn, of AucuH s. cnrrlug a lonr a " (ii extremely jerjous condition. !lh resultant lauKht.-in the rourt-- ' a quantity of red wood decking, fivp E. Doolittle. cf litem, in , Tlitn wrapped in new Mperi wa hicn Amcmc pAckjte aii.-d room a sli:ii i.d uu.nlt to ion a Vale rtuder.t. Il l several Kane. window of Hp doors, frames, v.ih icun hftfl ship the general the th.pi'ernc from ml the vessel's flagstaff, a woven rope win Tot her l t lierked out the na". nvt ltutrll t j the rial Jii!c oofender and other wreckage were the hotel man K4ld. leavitiK Uhm l I t'n . The name of found by K. Wiseman of Clatsop. This Mer. lifitn wan new ppnpern contatnlnn crotitt the brought into Jtunh j trial for the flrt deith of Kenned. wreckage is believed here to be conCONDUCTORETS ARE LOS ANGELES. Dee. 2. A H Nile. tune. clusive proof of the Sea Eagle's delUhtrnt oo Am Attorney hotel clerk, was the firft witno BECOMING SCARCER struction. The tug was last heard tne propTut Jlon ex- iern PRISONERS ESCAPE from while towing the schooner EroU1 called bv th tatn today when th pe- tt d to jiroe Mr halu to Marshfield. Hurch ' to commit tl.l nijdicd trial of Arthur C Hurch FROM ARMY VESSEL HLT1MiI:E. Mr.. IC. b- - n li.iin oc The ' Mr. I'liiuc Ha indicted h.u jc .1 In the superior court. Rurrh . h onductof f t m with and nihtrf tri.il Jointly lor rapidly Surji NEW LADING BILLS and. like th with the murder of J. Helton Kennedy M'l.edub'd to follow hiv De-r EiC ht .nnntity in Haltlraore. SAN im:ih . western will h'.wn last August. Nlltn was employed the of FOR EXPORT GOODS here plain, MEN HOTEL on the federal 11T11. in the fables told to their grandat u hotel directly acrosH Llroadway only n Jer-The HM.m clerk of a larr rlow ntow n trnnport Her. frm Hrmerton. children by old men who llvird Trorn the office of Kennedy. Hln testo th Atlantic roit. eAped during Mm. O bene ha n the world wr. In lilt then WASHINGTON. Dec. 2. Terms and timony related to the securing of a natureblentified in the hotel icKtMer u n d e r d a t e t h rovig h an open port while th Hen-'- f were 1ST women and flrt "working or conditions to be included in all exprrt front room by Lurch a tew days Hhe re-- ; dron lay In harbor here Thurd and f tetifi,v, July the conduct xhoalliiK Ptreet the line the and bills of for railway. In 1JJ' jf wa lading iued by railroads HecorU aboar! the veej .;.1 i.i WeJber Floral furnishes the flower M'INTYRE ACQUIRES t h !Mjt!ti'd t II. Ht l.iitfl unrll Aui;iit dcr-the sn" the numler in intervening connection teiunt during day. through transportationwere Kstlyconductortts .shi-hv the men were held. on .!nh Kennedy dlrate date 7711 1 M STORE DRUG s ar LOGAN DEFENDANT but tif the ocean with carriers, prescribed t..dy . l t OO V eioo htle in death cimvinv at to le found on the wldtly scattered In a formal decision .today of the in- Niles paid that Ilurrh remained in t ;ie?i. t e rut n t e fnmmfrrt line of the city. cAmmlmlnn his room much of the time, and on otu Heverly UINTA FOREST MEN SEVEN DEATHS ON p I ' nun nrm ara rfirer-tlThe rtnnmtlill Hal. of at Drug company of Logan,. of lading so occasion was visited by a woman who! Thoma.i The uniform bill pronrl'tr TO MEET MONDAY Utah, has been purchased by A. R. created, the (ommlssion said, would shared a vigil that the clerk mII hf)tI about two block from where me of them dssrllnr th csr- for LIST FIRE THEATRE conroe affa.r prnr vp with mariihenrhaln etrlntered. ilVicIntyre. according to word thatlhe put into effect on ilU UneH na ,on Hurch was keeplnsr. lie w.ih unable to- .Mrreached Oltd en this morning. It came t' h! plar on July 24 motormen. the woman, but ;:ivo si iren- H ductotet und identify Use remilt. J raff oi me understood mat me uoian sion- is ii Th commiion trevirimlv had ore. eral ilesi lot ion. NEW HAVEN. Conn. J.d-.r- . Mr. .Mal.iiynne ' and .ikr, for ami supervisor w. w. inaKesiee fc,in'il a room co-uuua wa indicted with Hurrli o rlook inir Hto idway. A w om.-n-. i Iunn. In the Ilislto t'le.ter iiauonai ioresi nas noimea xne oe operated on me same pmn aa im- scribed a uniform bill of hiding for orchd land the state ha aid it would en- - Haley deolired wa Mr lpcal forest offices that beginning on Ogden stores of the A. K. Mcintyre domestic shipments. fire on Sunday tucht died Thursday.! l'rancis bacon wrots St tajs. )tTuhaln. tJVtaay there will be held at Frovo Drue company and it is to be rnanagea the annual meeting of the officers of; by Fletcher V- Woodford who has the Uinta forest. It is11-understood that been with the Mores in Ogden for theis District Forester, It. ltutjedge and' past three years. Mr. Mcintyre One or more of the assistant district now at Logan. ooforesters will attend the meeting. Poli cies affecting forest administration TO . JUDGES IN ' - LITTLE WORRIED . rl fi-vr- !t r i -- : i wpt-ctator- - - - -- Mr-.- ; ! ; iM-put- i unn-iuntei- I - I I - an-da- y. Jan-char- ge i ; J hr 1 - I .. ig-tWah- - . K t i 1 1 . In-ith- e d i . - J 1 . i Co-o- v . - V .r-'- tetf;. i t blen j - - - i - ! I - - NIFTY, NEW MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS, $24.85, $29.85 AND $34.85 I -- PICK .lOc-A- SCHOOL ELECTION ALL GROCERS T H1C.H ORADt THE HIGHEST QUALITY ...... ! Judges for the school election next Wednesday, December 7, will bs named at a meeting of the board of education this evening, according to Three Judges Supt. W. .Karl Hopkins. for the election are to be named. Judge W. H. Reeder, Jr.. and Wade Johnson" are the candidates for the Mr. Johnson is the incumbent office- - .ii " M 4 - :.""' r.-- , . i . 1 , - f -- , ..."., I - purtunity In. response to the popular demand for a repetition of the astounding values of 98c day. mi, - . f inn, Saturday Will be. the Day of Days at our stores. Orders placed by 10 o'clock will be delivered Placed after 10 o'clock will be delivered Monday. We deliver $3.00 orders free, including Sugar and Flour DAY t lit H Pounds IDAHO To further introduce POTATOES Ten Cans Utah FOREST Mack's Best HIGHEST PATENT FLOUR PEAS Four Pounds FULL CREAM CHEESE Seven Pounds 48-l- PRUNES Four Pounds BREAKFAST at this price. SELECTED V,,:. SARDINES Threo Bricks BONELESS 2-l- ji .. - i -- -- . - m n.. ... J -- w BoysV CEREALS pounds Rolled Oats, pounds Cornmeal 98c pounds Graham Flour iFresh SegoLlly LARD BUTTER 101b. can OUC OO OI Pl.OO CLEAN I Five . Pounds SNOWDRIFT COMBI- a I" - NATION Eight cans Cleanser, One large Gold Dust, Six Pearl White Soap SIRLOIN STEAKS Special, pound . inA 15v j .98c T-BO- STEAKSSpecial, pound. . I - - Phone, 94 Street t 224i' Washington Avenue Phone 835-" 1 - G' s OUIBI . : i I ' Nice New Sj14o85 M Girls'-- I R L - Sf Coats, Plush alow Aproms at and . j Cloth Percales, chambrayi, ginghams, etc, in many pretty solid colors, ai well as stripes and checks. Excellently made and prettily trimmed. Good enough to ask $1.50 for, 7Dc but during our big December drive they will be sold extra special at -- ; ;R emernhery Your Credit Is Good . silk under- bath silk robes, shirts for men, wear, pretty blouses, etc., for Christ mas presents. Buy your presents now pay later, . $fQ85 I 1 '( BUY-NO- you young fellows, If you are looking for pep and style, these suits are the candy. A special department of extra nifty suits for young men ,is ready. Of coufse, your credit is good. l0V Every day all day Hilton's Cash Storss save you money. Hundreds of Ogden housewives are shopping at Hilton's every week. Why not ; ' . Join the throng- tf thrifty folkl. h j-- m5 SALMON KITCHEN m Special Nine Flat Cans PINK SYRUP - Extra ?j. MIXED NUT& BAY have been fortunate enough to get one of those wonderful new dreiies- in tricotine, poiret twill or silk that are selling special Suits Three Pounds Seven Cans 27 POUNDS 1 we are offering the greatest values in our history. Read our specials, see our windows, and then come in and get everything you need and pay us as you can spare the money. , Eight Cans MIXED CANDY IOWA CORN we wait voo on oor do ks! 11 at Five Pounds Seven Cans Twenty-fift- J A b CODFISH Nine' 20c Cans PORK AND BEANS . MAPLE v:v- I'MT f DEL MONTE JAM EGGS Four Combs NEW HONEY 350c 1 i Eight Cans IMPORTED b. UTAH TOMATOES $1.25 2 Gal. i., mm ... WAN ETA COCOA BACON . 'llX.---- i'Vii. i FLAKES . Three Pounds Twenty-fou- r Perl pound. r,"ir ,l CORN. bag for . . . . . iOC Limit one bag to a customer CALIFORNIA 9 9 , III p. A With a $3.00 purchase of other goods except Sugar and Butter you may buy one nn , 9 DAY Ten Packages Fifty-fiv- e i r v Saturday. - - in,,. .1. Liii- .- in, 'PAY W LATER".- gsRf was (31 r XlQr We will refund railro&d fare to Ogden and return to new customers from out cf town points who 'purchase- 30 worth or more of hgts navy 6 to H; lere; tmbroidcrccL wool, prettily Many different ityles and; dttl&it, with phin or pleattd ikirti.