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THE OODEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JULY 14, 191o. 1
I j uly
entire stock of
I fancy suits in all
the newest pat
i terns and shades
at 14 to 13 off.
j;J all furnishings,
1 hats shoes and chil-
flj dren's clothing at
I great reduction.
I tremendous price cut-
I ting on odd lots and
i broken lines in every
For Editorial, News and Socisty
Department. Call Or.ly Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No 56.
Kodak fin.6hlD2. Trir? scudo.
Advertisers must have lueir cory
Bj ready for the r.vcDlrr Standard h
e.ening before the dij on rbicta ..he
advertisement Is to appear In order to
V .11 Lost Pendant set with diamond.
h pearl and amythest. on 23rd, between
j Van Buren and Jackson. Return 2'1
H 22nd st Regard
Sues for $393 In the district court
. ' , the Manhattan Clothes Shap baa
I commenced rait against D. L Turk
j! to recover $3 9 81, a'leged to be due
on an open Account from March 1 to
, June 1913.
Modern Woodmn of America and
Royal Neighbors at Lagoon. Tuesday.
July 15. All come Good time as
bured Sports and dancing conest in
H Postmaster to Ch3nge Now thsf
his appointment has been confirmed
I I by the I'nltei States senate. W. W
WL i Browning expects that he will suc-
B feed Postmaster I.. W Shurtllff. and
m assume the actual duties of postmas-
ter In this dtj within the next two
ft ! weeks. Mr Browning expects 'hat
fli his Utnd and other official papers will
arrive from Washington, D C. within
the next few dss He will succeed
Mr Shurtllff as Foon as hi? corurals
slon arrives following the receipt of
his bond by the postoffice authorities
Cat. 21 fc- the nef i editorial aii
Hr iclety depsrtments rif th Standard
BAG Butter needs no Introduction.
It speaks for itself. Try it and see.--Daniel
be Is still in serious condition, the
Hj chances of recovery for Daniel D.
Grattan, one of the persons most serl
H! oqily Injured in the Ogden canvon
accident, are said to be growing more
favorable. For a week following the
j accident his life was In the balance
I with death expected .at any time.
Yesterday he became rational and
I now seems to be gaining strength, ac
'cording to reports from the Dee hos
pital All of the other victims of the
j wreck are recovering.
WILL pay 6 cents each for July lOtb
i issue of Standard at Standard of
Railroad Men Coming - in a special I
train of eight coaches. 300 I onductors.
j engineers and firemen of Pocatello.
with their families, will cine to Og-1
den Thursday morning to spend the
day in Ogden Canyon, returning to
Idaho the same evening. The local'
organization of Brotherhood of Rall
wav Trainmen, Order of Railway Con
ductors and rrit hcriiood of Locorao
live Kngineers will rssist in the enter
taiument of the visitors.
Old papers tor rale 3.1 this office.
25c per hundred.
Going to Maneuvers Companj B.
I Of Ogden. with seven similar organl
nations of the state, will leae for the
annual encampment at Heber City
next Sunday. The maneuvers will
last 10 daxs and will be arranged b
Colonel J A. Irons of the Twentieth
I infantry stationed at Fort Douglas.
Fiist-Clacs Auo Service Call tip i
Elite Cafe. Phone 72.
Boosted Northern Route Or K. P.
I Mills returned Saturday, after attend
ing the contention of the National
.Medical association at Denver. While
' In Denver he met the Indiana auto I
mobile tourists and boosted for the
For Sale or Rent Modern 5-rooml
house, 17..1 Wash. Ave Call phone
Dlamondc Recovered The diamond
and pearl l.r.ocli lot by Mrr Parle
Mo- at the Hermitage, Friday even
ing was found yesterday by an em
ploy on the grounds. The brooch,
valued at $lr.o. had been lying on the I
Kround for two dayB and was picked I
up in some rubbish ab..ut to be
NicksOD Rent car on the Job again
Stand Den Cigar Store Phone 44n.
Large Hole Formed An under
ground stream working under the
macadam roid on Washington avenue,
between First and Second streets.
caused such a cave In Saturday that
j 60 loads of grael hauled frm a near
I by hill were necessary to fill in the
j cavity. The washout was discovered
' Thursday when Sergeant O. H Mohl
man s horse broke through the road
From then until Saturday the hole
Join the Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica and Royal Neighbors at Lagoon.
Tuesday, July 15. Sports of all
Crack Riflemen-Captain W E.
Kneass of Company B. I'tah National
Guard, headed the Hat of 22 rifle
men competing at the Fort Douglas
rounds esterday. with a score of
303 out of a possible 350. The match
I was held as ?n elimination contest to
select the I'tah militia men to repre
sent the state at the national contest
at Camp Perry, next month. Sergeant
Floyd Smith, Sergeant John Way and
Sergeant John Blhler. finishing eicbt.
ninth and Twelfth respectively, also
will be on the team trom Ogden.
Marriage Licenses Marriage h
censes have been Issued to Harold
M. Snow of Boise. Idaho, and Mr- Ida
Kaltoe of Ogden and to F.nslgn Der
rick of Ogden and Mildred Burke of I
Kansas City, Missouri
R B, Gc-ry, assistant in the lands
department, and J. P Martin, engi
neer in the forest service, have gone
to Beaver to make a general Inspec
tion in the Fillmore forest.
Miss Mildred Dougtes was maid o'.
honor at the wedding of Miss Cora
Basset i and Wllford I, Riser at the I
home of the bride's brother. Freeman
Bassett, Twelfth Fast street, Salt J
Lake Citj on Thursday evening last.
in the Canyon i the Hermitage
hotel are Mr and Mrs W illiam Drew,
H. L Happaugfa and company. Mr.
and Mrs U G Nuttall and Miss Delia
Carruthers of Salt lake Mrs Frank
Forest or Cleveland. Ohio, and the
Misses Violet lilglen and Maud Voggs
of Wrey, Colo.
Overall Ca6e-The trial of th- i i
oi the Schade Brothers against the
Kien Overall V Shirt company was
resumed In Judge Harris' division of
the district court today
Enumerators beginning tomorrow
morning, the city school census enum
erators will commence their canvastj
of the city The report must be turn
cd over to the state superintendent
I ! f THE FORBIDDEN WAY"
I ISIvS THEATER
I i IS A THRILLING AND SENSATIONAL DRAMA OF THE
L UNDERWORLD SPECIAL MUSIC BY PROF. THOMPSON'S
B ' jj ISIS ORCHESTRA
Wj Monday Tuesday Wednesday J
I by August The enumerntors are:
First ward j funk ; Second ward,
G. C. Hobson. Third ward, Henry Bil
ker; Fourth ward, W L. Underwood;
J Fifth ward. I V Wlntle.
Smallpox -William WIISOH ol 2021
Douglas avenue tHs quarantined yes
terdav for smallpox Hlo case Is the
second during ihe last two dsyfl
Vital Statistics State Sanitary In
spector Charles Frnery of alt I
is in Ogden, securing reports of vital
statistics from the county registrars
Baby Born Mr and Mr? Fred
Packard of 1610 Hudson avenue ha'.
received a telegram from their daugh
'ter Mrs Wheeler-Reid, of Pasadena,
announcing the birth of a 10-pound
boy. Mrs. YVheelei Peld was Miss
Lillian Packard of Ogden.
Ekman Trial At the request of the!
; county nttornev nf Salt Lake countv,
Defective ( h. tries pincork Is making
out a list of wiinpsses from Ogden for
the trial of Mrs Ekman. charged with
; murdering her luid.
In the divorce esse of Josle S. Lar- ,
sen against Soren M. Larsen. a final !
decree of divorce has been Issued In ,
the district court.
The board of directors of the North I
Ogden Canal company appeared before
the county board of commissioners I
this morning and agreed to build a
concrete canal, abutting the North Og- '
den-Pleasant View cutoff, to run paral I
lei with the road for the amount ol
i money the commissioners would have?
I to spend for the construction of three j
lirMffQ if (Ka rnol ls,ut.a le Milunl
The proposition was readily a epl
cd and the Irrigators will proceed Im
mediately to straighten the canal and
place the waters In a concrete chan
nel A communication w.is received from
the Chamber of Commerce of Hum
I boldt county, Nevada, offering to co
operate with Weber countv In eslab
j llshlng a suitable road for transcon
, tlnental automobile tourists over tho
Overland rout north of the Great
Salt lake The Nevada chamber of
commerce states that Nevada will do
Its part In making a good road The
communication was accepted and
filed, the commissioners expressing
their desire to Joip with Humboldt
VIOLINIST, A BOY
Vlilnr nVtriclnon . U J 1
' 'viui ' i . i i , tut; uuucnui
: Utah boy violinist, wil appear in a
I concert at the First Congregational I
church this evening at 8 o clock Miss
Margaret Suinmcrhays. soprano and,
I Professor Squire Coop, pianist will
Master Chrlstensen, who is four-!
I teen vears of age, was born in Salt
Lake City, but when two years of age j
he was brought to Ogden by his par-;
ents and lived here for a number of
' years. His home is now In Portland.
During the past year he has been j
In Brussels studying under Professor
Back, one of Belgium's famous mas
ters, who savs that the boy lias mu- j
1 r.ical ability 91 least ten years ahead
of the general normal intellectual de-
velopment of one of bit age. He Is
I giving concerts at four Utah cities
I before leaving for Portland
La Grande Wade of North Ogden.
12 years old. was taken to the Dve
hospital last evnmg for treatment,
Stanley Dee and Katbrn Mc
Laughlin, victims of the canyon car
collision July 4. had sufficiently re
(overeri from their Injuries last even
ing to be released from the hospital
Daniel D. Grattan iR improved and
Is In better condition than at any time
since the a cident.
Pleas of not guiltv were entered by
the attorney "f Jane Doe Ross and
Dora Dav is, in Judge Boeder s court,
this morning. The two were arrested
In a raid on the rooming houses of the
Oil Saturday nlnht and are eharced
with selling liquor without license.
The attorney asked for two weeks
for preparation bul City Attorne)
Valentini Gideon objected and trial
was set for July 17
In the case of the city against
the Cheesman Automobile company In
the municipal court this mornlnu. a
plea of not gulli was entered and
the date of the neannu will be set
upn the return of the assistant city
Alex WattK the negro porter ar
rested on complaint of David Wilk
ensen and charged with disturbing the
peace, was found guilty and waa given
a sentence of $5 or days,
David Miller and Chester Nelson
pleaded guilty to charges of vagrancy
and their cases were taken under ad
"The senator ought to do something
for you. You say you were in uts
lass at school."
"Ves, but I'm In a different class
now "'Kansas City Journal.
"Poverty may be a blessing In dis
"No doubt." renlled Miss Cayenne.
"but It Is such a small blessing and
uch a. big disguise." Washington
THE WAYS OF LILY.
Lily smashed the royal gems
And drowned the keeper In the
What does this girlish prank denote?
Oh, Just that Lily wants to vote
h : j1
Here are some of the items that were crowded
out of our big ad of Saturday. They are so
unusual that we give them a special ad.
75c dainty tan Wash Silks, 75c Pongees, Marquisettes,
values to 33C reDC C C111105, 38C
$1.25 fancv Silks Crepe de $1.25 Marquisettes with fancy
etcne!:.Brocaded' 50c Spes 68c ;
Seco Silk the genuine "Seco;"
regular 25c value Ivv
Wrights' July Clearing Sales
Announcement was made today, by
the engineering department of the
I'nlon Pacific system, that the space
In the depot building recently cleared
by the removal of the old heating
plant will be used in tbe future as a
charging station for storage batteries
used In lighting cars and on the sema-i
phore system. The station will be op
erated under the direction of tbe sig
nal service of the Harrlman lines.
The machinery necessary for the
plant has been ordered and will be
quickly placed In position, as the sig
nal department has ample need for
(he station. While tbe ground floor
Is to be used for the charging station,
the boiler for heating the hot water j
for ue In the depot building will be
placed in tbe basement.
Recause or the Increasine use 01
storage batteries on cars and In the i
block signal work, the department had
planned a building for tbe charging
spparatus, but held back for a timej
because of unsuitable location. The
onl spot available was In the south- i
west end of the yards which would
necessitate much switching of cars.
When It was learned that the old plant
was to be abandoned, arrangements
w ere made whereby that location was I
secured for tbe signal department
While the electric lighted trains j
have dynamos to supply the current,
the storage batteries are needed when
the train Is at rest or the cars are
slde-t racked. Such charging as has
beeu done In the local yards was by
means of a small plant at the signal
department building, at Twentv-slxtn
.street and Pacific avenue.
J. W. ABBOTT IS
That coal must be shipped from
Australia and Pennsylvania to the
northwest, while In Alaska there are
rich beds of coal lying near the sur
face of the ground. Is one of the
striking Impresslona gained bj J. w.
Abbott, manager of the George
Lowe companj who returned Prides
iiuin a i rip io AiasKa. ,vir Aooott ex
plains that, but for the government o
(indefinite policy, the vast resources
of Alaska could be opened up for de
velopment As It Is, the territory re
mains in status quo.
Mr and Mr- Vhbott and Mr and
Mrs. E. J. Harness left Seattle, June
27. and toured southeastern am)
! southwestern Alaska, with a side trip
up the Copper river ' the Chllds' and
"We found the climate to be similar
to that of the state oi Washington."
with the exception that there wn- nol
so much moisture.' said Mr Abbott
today In describing the trip. "The
scenery Is not surpassed anywhere
An English tourist who was on the
boat asserted that nothing In Swltzer
land could compare with the beauty!
and grandeur of Resurrection Bay.
' Those who believe the territory toj
bs made up of 'rough necks' are great -
ly mistaken There are more college
men in Alaska In proportion to the
population than anywhere in the)
I'nlted States The people nre above
the average In Intelligence ami tho
women dress In the height of fashion.
"The Inhabitants are wedded to the
country Once having lived In Alas
ka, one Ib not contented In the
'The fishing resources of the
country are Inexhaustible as are also
he mlueral and coal The trouble is
that the government will not outline
B definite policy and views with
suspicion those who attempt to file
1 en land and open up the Interior. As
a result. Alaska has been In a dor
mant condition for eight or nine years.
It is my opinion that the government
could spend to better advantage in Alas
ka the money it is outlaying on the
"Notwithstanding the fact that
Alaska Is the greatest bargain Uncle
Sarn ever made and has returned over
$C0 for every dollar Invested, seerning-
ly but little effort Is made to im
I prove navigation In these waters.
Thousands of dollars are being spent
on tbe Philippines in the way of coast
lighting and very little in Alaskan
"Alaska bids fair to be one of the
I richest pnrts of our country, if not the
I richest, and it is hoped that tbe gov
ernment In the near future will adopt
I a definite policy as regards its development."
OF AMERICA !
Annual excursion and outing of the
Modern Woodmen of America will oc-
cur Tuesday, July 15, at Lagoon Rov
al Neighbors will also participate a
good program of sports has been ar
ranged Regular rates.
( Advertisement i
AT A LAWN
One need only to have been In at
tendance at the Progressive Lawn so
cial on Saturday evening on the To
poncc lawn, to feel assured that the I
Progressives of Weber countv an
much awake to the principles of their
platform and that they are very op
tlmlstlc a6 to the future of their'
The lawn was prettily decorated
with bunting and Japanese lanterns
and every one present was served
with Ice cream and cake, generously!
provided by the ladies There were
about sixty of the party's enthusiasts'
in attendance. The gathering was
presided over by J. M. Forrlstall and!
addressed by Wesley K Walton, state'
Chairman, Hon Nephl L Morris, for- j
mer Progressive candidate for gover
nod. and William E Cadmus of Peoria.:
111., national organizer
Mr Cadmus narrated his evperience
while organizing Progressive service I
clubs throughout the nation, and said i
there was no intention to amalgamate
'with either of the old parties, which
declaration was vociferously applaud -
I ed. He said the Progressive platform
under the outline of !h.- Pruzn -dv
i service Is considered under four di
visions or departments (1) Social
and industrial justice, considering la-
i bor. child welfare, social Insurance
and immigration problems. ( 2 1 con
servation taking up problems of na-
tional resources, country life, health
end productive efficiency; (3) cosl ol
living and corporation control: M)
popular government, which considers
equal suffrage, judicial reform, the
initiative, referendum pledged itself
After fully explaining the needs of
th bs clubs for their educational vain,-,
i he chairman invited those present to I
become charter members of the Og
den City Progressive Servle club,
which met with hearty response and'
the nucleus for a strong budget and
organisation was formed. The chair
appointed a committee of five to call
a meeting at an early date to form a
WHY THEY WERE
Salt Lake. July 14. The Mormon
church Is not the church of Peter or
Paul, or John, or Joseph Smith or
Brlgham Young, but the Church of
Jesus Christ, declared Apostle James
Image, In . sermon in the Tabeifl I
yesterdav on the o- .inUatioil I
j of the chun h Man;, toup.-u and vis i)
i tors irere In the roacregatlon anJM
much of the speaker's remarks werel B
lor their better understanding of whatl I
the Mormon church Is.
"The word 'Mormon' Is a .nek-jB
name as applied to this church anlS
our people." snld Apostle Talmage. WL
"We are not followers of Mormon ex-1!
BS a follower of God.S
We are not followers of Joseph SmlUiK
I follow rr of God."l?
Sneaking uf names and nicknames. W
Mr Talmage said that In the begin-P"
nlng the word Christian was a nlck-i
name, applied with derision and scornKE
to the followers of Jesus Christ. To- H
; I- 'I m Is one of the greatest!
things in the world to be a chrlstlaUjB
the onlj greater thing to actually bell
one In :
Sood n ime - n thing 'o be
prized, but It is not the greatest I
thing.'' he continued "1 am glad 13)
renco between reputa- I
tlon and character Hi-nutation is whsfl I
i" ople aj I ui ' haracter is n haf
God and his angels actually know of
u.-" It Is an unfortnnat- thing to have
one's reputation assailed, but we can i
remember that what people may jay
,,t ill-., w nrl . I .11 Ika i n ri j-. - V. .In J SSI
character This church has been I
led and it has been some an-jui
noyance it times, bul it has not hurt l)a
the church, which is steadily grow-JB
Ing all the time."
Vpostle Talma ce then went on to g
i d scussion of Hie name of tbe
Mcrmon church, about which manyH
visi ors have asked n the scrip-
he said. Christ commanded thatflE
the hurch be In His name, and so it C,
ailed the Church of Jesus ChrlaH
of Latter-day Saints Many churches
have been named after men and after Kj
iheir plan of organization, he said, and J
in 1830. prior to organization of theH
Mormon chn . une was in the
name of Christ. r
name ol the t'hnrch of Jesus
i hrlst of Latter-da) Saints was glv-H
en the church by authority from on Kj
blgh when the true church was re- SL
stored to the earth," he said. t
1 In- church is open for our in- 1
vestlgatlon concluded Apostle. Tal-M'
mag ; "it Is open to all who believe I I
its truths, and true worship of God."HS
M the beglnnnlg Mr Talmage spoke Ef
of the pleasure it had given tnembersJ H
of the church lo have the N. E. A.J gl
bold its annual convention in this cltyJ I
The church has w elcomed the visitoraj H
he said, and now wishes tbom godspeed IS
on their homeward journeys. No at
tempt was made by (he Mormons he ifc
said, to proselyte amonc the educators S
or to force their religious views on
The prayer was offered by George (gj
F Rn n.ird-. and Joseph F Smith. Jr.. w
pronounced the benediction President WS
C. W, Penrose presided.
oo I ." r
Muskegon, Mich, July H Glenn
H Martin, the California aviator, was H
readj today to continue his flight in j fig
the Chicago to Detroit flying boat
cruise. Beck with Havens and Roy '"I
Francis, the other contestants. wer9 j
still at Pentwater Haveus is having K
trouble with broken pontoons. It llll
said, while Francis is waiting for bet- ic
ter weather. To win the prize, the!
cruise must be contested
OF BAD WRECK
Los Angeles. Cal July M -lnvesti- It's
gation was begun lodav to tix the ij"j
blame for the Pacific- Hie, trie acci- ijNs.
dent last night at Vineyard station. H
where twelve were killed and nearly 1 III
250 injure,! The curve In i he tracks C
of the Venice Short Line at that place J!,
partially is held responsible for the
fr.llure of the molorman to see the H
stationary cars with which his tntlu iJW
Independent Meat Company IfS
2420 Wash. - FREE DELIVERY - Phone 23 1 k