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f FDR PROGRESS
American Association Stands
; for Increased Production;
i Against Strikes
fl Stand taken by thousands of branch-
I es ot tho American Association o fin-
gineers, Including the Ogden chapter,
in regard to trade unionism -within tho
profession, has reached City Engineer
Joseph M. Tracy, a member or the Og
;den branch. Tho stntement outliues
:Uic composite stand taken by the
members of the association and has
$cen indorsed by tho board of- direct
ors of the national association.
- The full statement received yester
day by Mr. Tracy follows:
Z "In the present state of industrial
SJnrcst the board of directors of the
American Association of Engineers
considers it desirable to make a state
ment defining the position of the as
sociation. Z The American Association of Engin
eers is an , incorporated organization,
Responsible for Its nets. The engineer
js the medium through which both cap-
-ital and labor are used in production
?n industrial development. The aim of
5(he profession is to advance civilisa
tion and roller the highest service- to
society. Except when their acts fur
ther this aim, it is an advocate of
Iheither capital or labor.
Production should be increased not
Jfimited. The profession cannot sup
Sport strikes or lockouts or any other
TTnethods that. may befenit any class at
TIhe expense of tho nation as a whole.
IThey are unsound and must inevitably j
Head to economic disaster. The law
Tot supply and demand for men or ma
terial must ultimately prevail. At
v.j itempts may be made to limit the sup-
. ply of either, but looking toward the
.upbuilding of civilization we believe in,
.increasing the demand through the'
J rpromotion of legitimate enterprises. !
I." Rewards should be made according'
ability, initiative and constructive!
effort. iMen are not equal in these, re-'
.spects. Each man should be encour
aged to do his utmost and bo givon
compensation according to ability and
will to increase production and achieve
S .V The engineer, as an educated pro
i Sessional man, belioves in basing his
I claims for proper and just reward for
I liis services upon the justice of tho
I facts presented, upon enlightenment of
public opinion, upon loyalty between
-employer and employe and upon the
underlying fundamental desire of the
groat majority to do what is fair and
right when the merits of the case in
.riuestion are clearly presented and
demonstrated. We believe In organ.'
ized representation for the correction
wrong, the advancement of the pro
- lesslon and service to the public, but
are opposed to methods inconsistent
fj with the dignity of the profession and
1 I which would lessen public confidence.
The American Association of Engin
eers, through the members of its board
of directors, who have signed this
statement, recognizing the many fun
damental differences between the prln
; ciples and objectives of the trade
union and of an organization of the
j professional men, expresses the opin
i 4r?n tnai an engineer cannot subscribe
I 10 the tenents of both."
1 !i 8T,1e voice f the artist in your a
;T, home, on a VICTROLA. Terms to fi
' i suit ycu at g
I GLEN BROS.-ROBERTS
; PIANO CO. .
2472 Hudson Ave.
CLEVER ACTS ON
Dancing, Juggling and Snappy
Music Combine to Enter
Clever dancing, a juggling stunt,
live, snappy music well presented
songs and a neat little one-net play
were included in the Pantages pro
gram at the Orpheuni theater last eve
ning. Tho Marconi brothers delighted the
audience with their accordion music
and played several types of music
with a equal adroitness. Marches,
jazz tunes, and other melodies which
the two men played demanded repeat
Lieutenant Harry Berry and "Miss"
had a clever skit which included bal
ancing, juggling, a high dive and the
tickling of a pair of ukuleles.
"Oh, You Women," a one-act playlet,
was rather clever, the plot being tho
reformation of an inveterate bridge
gambler who continually lost
James Litchter, with a quantity ofi
varl-colored handkerchiefs, kept the!
audience amused with his antics at
;tho piano. He didn't seem to play;
'extremely well, and his voice was not!
'of the best, but the way in which hO
j"put his act over" drew him a fain
(share of the applause.
; "The Brazilian ciress," a musical '
itabeloid, contained several humorous
.incidents. Miss Franky Kelcy was
featured in this act and carried out a
I comedian part in good shape. Clever
i patter a dance or two and good look
ling costumes constituted the greater
part of this act.
The show was concluded with the
'Fox Pictorial News, and tho usual
I music from the Orpheum orchestra.
So! Kaplan Changes
Name of His Store
"Kaplan's. Dressers of Men," will
be the trade name for the S. J. Kap
lan company, which recently amended
Its articles of Incoporatlon. The pres
ent company is the successor to the
firm of Buchmtllcr & Kaplan Co.
Thirteen years ago tho thirteenth of
this month Sol J. Kaplan, tho oro
prietor. came to Ogden from- Now
York City, lie decided this was th.
place for him. During: the thno h
has been here he has become known
as one of Ogden's leading merchants.
Mr. Kaplan states lh.it allhou?n ho is
not superstitious and would wail; un
der a ladder without the least appro-!
henslon, the number thlriceu hua a I
significance for, him. J
When Mr. Kaplan first came to Og-,
den he associated himself with the
firm of A. Kuhn & Bros., where he
remained for seven years. Ho thon
associated himself with the firm uf;
Buchmlller & Flowers. Later he'
bought out the interest of Mr. Flowers
and lust September he became solo;
proprietor of the firm when he pur-j
chased the Interest of Mr.' Buchmllicr. I
Ciiy Fireman Weds .' j
Gem Stale Woman'
William H. Farr. fireman of the city
fire department, son of William F.
FaiT. of Ogden, and Victoria Davis of
Samaria, Idaho, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Hyrum Davis, were married in
the county clerks office yesterday by j
Judge A. W. Agee.
The Genoese are believed to have
been the discoverers uf the Azores.
County Chairman Issues Call
for April 23 to Elect
Arthur Woolley, county chairman or
tho Republican committee today
issued call for the primaries which are
to ho held in all dfstricts of Weber
county, April 23, at 8 p. m. The places
appointed are as follows:
First ward City Hall.
Second ward Tnird ward Amuse
Third ward Seventh ward Amuse
Fourth ward County Court House.
Fifth ward Filth ward Amusement
Twelfth district Baptist Mission,
Each district will elect three dele
gates to attend the county convention
to be held April 26 at the county court
house here, ono member for the Re
publican county central committee,
and one for district secretary. i
Of the delegates elected to the coun
ty convention 52 will be selected to
attend the state convention at Price
May 3, at which delegates will bo
elected for the national convention at,
Chicago, June S.
To Fix Bad Stretch
on Overland Trail
A. B. Brown, highway engineer of
the U. S. Bureau of public roads, re
turned to the local office yesterday
after visiting In Nevada on business
of his department,
Mr. Brown brought back with him
the bid or J. H. Causten, of Lovelocksrj
New, for construction of an earth road
between Mills city and Zola, Nov.,
which will be graveled surface for a
distance of G miles at a cost of ?103,
1 718.21, for tho entire distance.
1 Approvement of the plans and
estimates will be signed by R. J."
Finch, superintendent of the local of-i
fice today and sent to Washington, D.
C, for confirmation,
j This stretch is part of the colebated
Overland trail, and- tho six miles
'stretch to be surfaced with gravel is
notorious among travelers as being the
worst stretch of country between the
Intcrmountain district and the Coast.
Woman Injured When
Struck by Automobile
! Miss Wlnella Van Nest of this r-ity
met with painful injuries last evening.
;whcn she,, was struck by an automo
bile on Washington avenue, between
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth
streets, sustaining a displaced kneo
and 3light bruises. The car was driven
by a Mr. Gomcr of Denver. Miss Van
Nest was taken to the Pa hospital .iy
the drivor and attended by Dr. W. l
LImmett. later being removed to c
apartments at the European hotel.
WIRELESS STATION BURNS.
BEAUFORT, N. C. April -16 The
naval wireless sJation on Uivers Is
land, near here, was destroyed early
today by fire. The origin of the blase
has not been determined, and the loss
is estimated at several thousand dol
lars. oo l
The kingfisher ait? a'.'solutely mo
tionless while watching for pny.
Sea eagles are fdind in ecr part
of the world except South Amoiie.t.
R71EET FARMERS "
City Commissioners to Meet
West Warren Representa
Farmers of the West Warren dis
trict will moot at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning with the city commissioners
to go over the question of the disposal
of the sewage water from the proposed
new six-mile outfall sewer to bo built
by tho city this year. The water after
purification Is valuable for irrigation.
As now planned, the sewer extend
ing to tho northwest of the city will
carry water past Slaterville which the
district has heretofore taken from
Wcbcr river after it had flowed down
stream from the sewer outlet just west
of the city.
West Warren farmers will be asked
whether they desire to take charge of
the sewage, purify it by septic tanks
for irrigation and what payments they
consider reasonable for the privilege.
Slaterville residents, however, will be
consulted again before decision is
made, Mayor Francis said.
Preparing Report on
Ogden Arsenal Plans
Murray Kay, supervising engineer
of the army in charge of the survey
party for tho Ogden arsenal, nn
nounced this mornlnj? that the com
piling of field data and tho drawing!
of n map of tho arsenal -Ite would be
completed within the next tov day?.
The map will be drawn of tho ar-j
scnal site and will contain the datx
which Mr. Kay, together with P. A.
Boyce, D. W. Park and other govern
ment engineers connected with tho
war department, have been colloctMi
at tho arsenal site. The engineer ex
pects to send his report into Washing
ton within a few days.
'Bicycle Theft to
Be Curbed by Police'
With thefts of bicycles occurring!
with Increasing frequency, polico aro
taking eBpecial efforts to apprehenJ)
the thieves. Uoports from the police;
department Indicate that a gang of!
Juveniles are at work taking wheels.
The general practice is not to st-.Ml
the wheel outright, but to ride It no
long as it suits the convenience of inej
one who removed It. The bicycle iM
then loft In a vacant lot or in some
out-of-thc way place, and oftentimes1
does not CJnd Its way back into fie)
hands of its owner
Send in Statement
; on Canyon Highway
The first step has been taken in the
matter or the Ogden to Huntsville road
j through Ogden canyon by the signing
!of approval and despatching to Wash
ington of ihe project statement by B.
,J. Finch of the local office of the U.
S. Bureau of Roads.
The statement commission agreed
to the project in a meeting held at
Salt Lake on April 13. and the state
ment was signed by Governor Simon
Bamberger on April 11. j
The United States usin far niorj
calico than any other country.
Larger birds of prey rsjuillv lu
I only one egg. rarely more than two.
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I North Ogden Notes !
NORTH OGDEN, April 1C A Joint'
band and choir concert of elaborate)
proportions Is being planned by sev
eral organizations to take place in
tho Ward Chapel and Amusement
hall on the evening of April 122.
Mrs. Kato Barker of Salt 'Lake,'
Mrs. Zlna Blaylock of Idaho Falls
and Mrs. Prescllla Francis of Malnd
were in attendance upon the funeral
of their uncle James Montgomery,'
Mr. and Mrs. J, R. and Lottie
Shupc Bingham formerly of North
Ogden. but now of Gooding, Idaho,'
aro rejoicing over an addition to their,
family. Twins were born to them, aj
girl and a boy. , '
Our fourth monthly excursion to
the Salt Lake temple for the year,
Friday, promises to be the largest
thus far participated in from this
John M. Bailey left his home Wed
nesday for a mission to the eastern
states, and will bo followed later by!
Arthur M. Garner to the same mis
sion. Tho farce comedy, "Safety First,"!
presented in the amusement hall
Tuesday evening was well received by
a full house, each ono taking well
their parts in the cost, under the di
rection of Walter Stevenson as busi-.
as property man. The cast included
the names of XV. Stophensen, O. H. '
B. Hutchens, Zllpha Simmons, Norma
Huascy. Thelma Stephens, Emily Sil
ver and Mary Ernstrom. !
Mrs. Ann F. Clifford has. gone to
I Salt Lak ofor an extended visit with
her brother. Prof. James L. Barker of
the faculty, of the University of Utah.
David Francis, many years a resi
dent of North Ogden, but now of Ma
lad, Idaho. Is visiting with relatives
and friends in North Ogden. '
! nn !
Open Bids for Road
in Southern Utah
Bids were opened at tho U. S. bu
reau of public roads for tho construc
tion of the Sevler-Covc Fort earth
road in three sections. Tho iota! es
timated cost was .$50.040.t6, and the
approved bids were those of Ross -&
Bean of Richfield, Utah, for sectional
1 and 2 and Paxton &. Dorrity of
Kanosh for section 3, at a tutu! of
The bids arc being mailed to Wash
ington today with recommendation
that the contracts bo awarded to the
Weekly Classes for
Sugar Factory Work
j Professor Le Roy Cowles of the
' University of Utah is to visit Og.isn
ithis afternoon to confer with . S.
Noall of the city board of educai.on
and officers of tho Amalgamated S-i-i
gar company with regard to prcllini-l
! nary arrangements for the hoidlng cf
a series of sixteen weekly classes of!
instruction In 3Ugar technology, bul-i
j ness English and mathematics, nfi
i which subjects the empIoycH of the
sugar company are to be the students.
The classes are to be held In the Og
den high school. It Is said.
I WOMAN LOSES EYE.
j .CORAfeALLIS. Ore.. April 15. Mrs. C.
E. IngaHs, wife of the editor of the
Gazette-Times, underwent an opera
tion today for the removal of an eye, I
ithe eyeball being crushed yesterday by j
ja swiftly moving golf bail.
W. C. T. U. ladies will hold:
a cooked food sale Saturday
at Carver Grocery Store. I
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Extra Fine Double Bill at I
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NOW PLAYING UNTIL ' 1
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LARR Y SEMON COMED Y
One of the Best Pictures Shown for Months
PRICES Matinees, 6c, 10c, 20c. Evenings, 10c, 15c, 25c.
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Large Attendance at
Funeral services of James Mont
gomery who died at his home in North
Ogden last Monday morning held at 2
p. m. Thursday, with a very large
attendance of relatives and friends,
notwithstanding the continouo down-
, puur ol ram.
I The abundance of flowers, arranged
jin artistic designs evidenced the high
i esteem in which the aged veteran was
held in the hearts of his relatives and
j The services were conducted by
'Bishop Frederick Barker, assisted by
his first counsellor, Lorenzo Ward,
while his second counsellor presided
at the organ.
The invocation was offered by Pa
triach James Ward and the benedic
tion by John W, Gibson.
The-opening and closing musical
numbers, "I Need Thee Every Hour,"
and "Rest For the Weary Soul," re
spectively, were rendered by. the ward
choice under the direction of Harold
S. Campbell, with a cmartette by Gil
bert Randall and Harold, Clyde and
Arlie Campbell; an,d a solo each by f
Nephi J. Brown, "My Father Knows." j
and Miss Elizabeth" Norseth. "One.
Sweetly Solemn Thought."
Remarks wore made by George E. 1
Brown of the Ogden stake council;"
Patriarch Levi J. Taylor of the North!
Weber stake, and State Secretary Jos
eph Rirle. with closing remarks by Jl
Bishop Frederick Barker. ' I
Interment was in the North Ogden iM
cemetery, the grave being dedicated '(
by Elder William A. Montgomery.
BRIGHAM JUVENILE J
COURT REORGANIZED 1
BRIGHAM CITY, April 16 With the 1
appointment of Attorney W. H. Gard- I
ner, of Logan, as juvenile judge for the M
First judicial district, the juvenile
court of this district has been reorgan H
The action abolishes the juvenile S
court in this county, but provides that ffim
the local juvenile officer, John E. Agfl
Baird, shall be- retained. ' IflH
By the present arrangements, cases -rH
of sufficient Importance can be bound i 'H
over to tho district court, rvjk
DEMENTED MAN ATTACKS GIRL
STEUBEN'S Y7LLE, Ohio, April 15. V
County authorities, accompanied by
Harry Miller, of Akron, Ohio, returned H
from Odena tonight, and nnnounced IH
that they believed Miller, who Is said , H
to have confessed that he killed 11- H
yead-old Frances South a month ago. 0
was demented and was not credited IB
with the crime. fl
When you think of music you H
naturally think of H
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PIANO CO. I
j 2472 Hudson Ave. ilfl
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ttoundbteaks, ID.. 23p Veal Shoulder Jioasts, lb. 35 Sliced Ham lb 48 Fresh Nut Butter, lb 35 I
Prune Rib Roasts lb 24- Veal Stcr, lb 18j . f' ? Fresh Ranch Eggs, dozen I....; 40p 1
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