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'THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 19)3.
William Glamaun, Publisher
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
This THfKM will alwiys fight for
pi'i Breil :md reform, it will not know
lnlv tolerate injustice or corruption
and will always fight demagogues of
ml parties: it will oppose privileged
flasBen ancl )iiblic plunderers; it will
nevei lack sympathy with the poor,
' It wK always Temain devoted to tho
public welfare and will never be Fat
isfled with merely printing nw, it
will always be drastically independ
. ent arJ will never be afraid to attack
wro'iir whether committed by th
rich ill the poor
ITHE HINDOOS NOW G!E
WOR Rl M ENT.
California has not seen the end of.
HI anU-alln agitation, if the follow '
ing from the San Francisco Chronicle ;
correctly sets forth the latest prob
lorn In race hatred that is facing the
people of that state:
"Of all the Oriental races that have
come to this State, the Chines are
liy far the least objectionable and
most useful and th" Hindoos by far
the worst. These people have rffect
1 ed a lodcmont in this State, then? is
nn law excluding them and no home
government which can prevent their
coming cen if it so desired Their
numbers cannot greAlly Increase
without provoking actual physical
racial conflicts, from which, happily,
this State has been thus far free
Sound statesmanship must recognize
this fact, and will take measures to
prevent it. Careful reading of the
commercial treaty of 1815., which is
still In forte, indicates that it is at
least doubtful whether the mutual
guarantees of liberty of residence ap
ply to an part of the Briti9b posses
slons except Great Britain and Ire
land Apparently the Indian govern
ment is entirely free to exclude Am
ericans from India, and we are free
to exclude Eit Indians from this
country And it is best that we ex
i erclse that right now.
"Representative Church is said to
be preparing a bill for that purpose
which he will introduce into the
House of Representatives And, it
properly drawn, as presumably it will
be, it should pass. And the quicker
The Hindoos are religious fanatics,
they are clannish and divided Into
caste; they are unclean and do not
enter Into American ways or habits,
they are non-assimilable Once they
gain a strong foothold on the Pacific
Coast, it will be more difficult to dis
lodge them than any other Oriental
ITHE AMERICAN HABIT
H. H Fife, a writer from the Lon
don Daily Mail, is traveling in the
If you have not yet partici
j pated in the great sale of :
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The suit you want is here.
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I President Wilson
I I higher in the future. There
1 1 was never a time so propiti-
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I I I in diamonds. All our stock
'hj I at the old prices ; all our dia
monds are the better grade
$'-i-A the kind that you will be
proud to own. Call and let
us show you our wonder-
XfS QUALITY JEWELER
&m 384 25th St.
mS& "The Store With the
United States and one of the straugo
' things he has met with l the Ameri
can bath He says tho Americans are
"To get a room with a bath in an
Knglish hotel," says Mr. Fife. 'Is still
a luxury, to be enjoyed by few. Only
the recently built hotels have them;
thev charge for them as luxuries
Hare, and in all big American cities,
they rank as necessaries.' A travel
er thinks himself hard used f be
has to paddle out of his room to take
his bath, even If it be onl across the
corridor. Even small houses and
flats have two or three bath6. Coun
try clubs are full of them All the
latest hotels (not merely tho expen
sive ones) announce that they con
tain almost as many bathrooms aa
There are some parts of Europe In
which a bath even at Christmas is not
thought to he essential to cleanliness,
but England i not one of those pe
culiar dlvletona of the obi world, yet,
tho impression that Mr. Fife conveys
is that batbinc is n longer viewed
in England aa a necessity.
Perhaps tho American docs indulge
too frequently in the hath, but at that
he 1h an unclean fellow compared
with the Japanese
AS TO THE ROAD
Julius Kruttachnltt, who wa6 an
Ogden, visitor last night, Is quoted
as saying that the Sallne-to-Burley
rond was started largely on public
opinion and he saw no good reason
why tho undertaking should be rush
ed to completion.
There Is the possibility that the
reporter misunderstood Mr. Krutt
schnitt, as the statement is a little
out of the ordinary, coming from the
man who bad so much to do with the
original plans and who sanctioned
the construction of tho line at t h
time he was the active bead of thi
Mr. (Ctuttacbnltt has been given
credit ns having seen the possibilities
of the Hue as a cutoff for traffic to
The road must be built by the Har
riman lines or the territory will be
covered by competitors An electric
line from Ogden has been proposed
and the Western Pacific has made
surveys for a steam road to tap that
part of Idaho.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC HAD
PLANNED A TUNNEL.
The Canadian Pacific railroad is
to tunnel five miles through the
Rocky Mountains to save a climb of
640 feet The work is to start the
first of the year.
This reminds us that, the Southern
Pacific has a tunnel to bore through
the Sierra Nevada range, from a
point above Truckee to Blue Creek.
This tunnel also will be five miles
and eliminate forty miles of snow
sheds. The Harriman people had planned
to begin work on the opening as early
as 1907, but since the death of Har
riman and the depression In the bond
market, the project has been quite
Some day, in order to keep in th-j
transcontinental rlvairy for traffic
the Southern Pacific will be compelled
to drive that tunnel.
But the tunnel will not come until
long after the double tracking, now
under way, has been completed.
THE PROGRESSIVES, THE STAND
PATTERS AND REED SMOOT.
Charles S Bird and Augustus P
Qardner are running for Governor of
Maseachusetts. the former as a Pro
gresslve and Mr. Gardner as a Progressive-Republican.
Collier's is opposed to Gardner as
surnlng to be Progressive while bold
ing his old party allegiance, and says
"Mr. Gardner has observed that
some changes must be made in the
Republican party If it la going to con
tinue to endure, and to provide offices
and distinctions for himself and his
followers Having observed this, ho
has decided to try to make these nr
ganizatlon changes This, in his judg
raent, constitutes him a reformer In
the same aenee that Mr Bird is. We
hope the voterB of Massachusetts do
their thinking more clearly and with
"A naive evidence of the real slg
nlflcanco of Gardner's candidacy ia to
be found in Lbeae words from the dov
ager of all atand patters, the Boston
"T ran script."
"'Gardner will command t he sol id
support of a reuniting Republican par
ty and will attract in addition thou
sands of independents and of Cleve
land Democrats Gardner is looked
upon by Republicans as thoroughly
Bound upon fundamentals.'
"Of course he is And that is why
the Republican party throughout the
nation hopes earnestly that Mr Gard
ner may succeed in foobng the people
ct Massachusetts. The. Republican
party la the Republican party. It
hasn't changed. Its stockholders.
Its aelf-perpetuatlng board of direct
ors,' its soul, may be found in any
standard book of reference. We take
these names from the official list of
tho Republican National Committee:
"Colorado. Simon Guggenheim; mi
ned a, Roy O. West; Massachusetts, W.
Murray Crane; New Jersey. Franklin
Murphy; N ew York, William Barnes,
Jr.; Utah, Reed Sraoot.
"Every vote caat for Gardner and
against Bird is a vote for the contin
ued domlnanco of these men in our
national life "
Collier's emphasizes the fact that
remaining a member of the Stondpat
organization while pretending to be
a Progressive is an anomaly, in fact
a contradiction equivalent to an ab
The perpetuating of the control of
the Standpatters, as Mr. Gardner's al
titude faTors, would bring none of
1 the reforms for which the Progres
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$650 Wool Blanket for $5.00 Comforts worth $9.00. reduced to $7.00
$4 00 Wool Blanket for $2.75 Queen of Sleep, per pair $5.00, reduced to $4.00
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aivea contend 11 eVeiry Prog.-eseivt
did as Mr. Gardner is doing, the cautv
of reform would be engulfed in parly
We do not look upon Reed Sniool
of Utah as persistently on tho sldo
of the reartionarle3 and it is just pos
sible that Colliers is wrong In so
classifying him. . The senator will
prove r-sponsive to the sentiment of
the people of Utah and. If the parry
in this state decides that the time has
arrived When Progressive principle
should prevail. Reed Smcot will abide
by that decree or his constituents
His position has been that of a representative
IN ANNUAL CLASH
Chicago. Nov 1. Chicago and Illi
nois, tho two undefeated elevens of ,
the western intercollegiate confer- .
ence met here today In their annual
football clash to determine which
team must drop from the champion
Although the down 6tate team, was
considered a strong opponent, the
Chicago squad was he favorite.
ASK FOR PLACES
ON BIG LEAGUE
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 1. -Haiti-more.
Buffalo. Philadelphia and Mil
waukee will ask for places In the ,
j circuit of the federal baseball league j
when the directors of the organlza-,
tion open their two-days' set-slon
j here today Baltimore, it ia said, has
I raised a guarantee of $25,000, and se-
cured desirable grounds
Cleveland. Pittsburg, Chicago, St
Louis. Kansas City and Indianapolis
each! will retain Its franchise
HIGH ROLLING SEAS
On Board U. S. Battleship Wyom
ing, At Sea, By Wireless via Cape
Race, Nov. 1. The battleship fleet on
Its way to Medltorannean ports has
encountered rolling soas blown up
by fresh southwesterly winds.
The vessels this morning had 1KnO
miles more to steam before reaching
their first calling port, Gibraltar
HARDEST GAME ON
New Haven. Nov. 1. Yale and
Colegate were opponents on the Yale
gridiron today in what was conceded
to be the hardest game on the Elis'
schedule so far this season The
New York stato collegians came here
with a fast, versatile eleven, confi
dent of at least crossing the Blue's
goal line a feat that has not been
accomplished this year.
Colegato pinned its faith largely in
its clever quarterback, Huntington,
regarded by maTiy critics as one of
the best quarterbacks In the east.
Besides being a good broken field
runner, he Is an adept In forward
The Blues entered the game minus
the services of some of its best play- I
ers on account of injuries. Stone
and Hubbard, two novices, held down
the Important wing positions. Cald
well, another new man, occupied
center Pendleton, the star tackle,
was out with a twisted knee.
ROUGH ROAD FOR NAVY
Annapolis, Md.. Nov 1 With the
smaller games of the schedule be
hind them, the Navy football team
will have a rougher road to travel
from now on until the end of the I
season. Beginning with Lehigh to
day, the Middles will contend with
teams of rconnized stronger calibre
Professor Henry Van Dyke, the new
UnlteJ States Minister to the Nether-j
lands, has presented his credentials to.
Queen Wllbelmlnja. To signalize the;
commencement of his nilssoln he teht
a choice collection of tulip buds to be
planted In tho gardens at Princeton.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY
Pursuant to Section 278 of the
Compiled l.au- ol I tah 19ti7. and
the authority vested in me by said
section. I tne undersigned Wallat 6
Poulger, Treasurer of Ogden City,
Weber County, Utah, hereby give
public notice that a special tax
amounting to SHS"'.'J has been
levied tor Sidewalk District No. lis
for the purpose of constructing t'on
crete Sidewalks In said district by
an ordinance duly passed b the City
Commission'-rs of Ogden 'ity, Utah,
and approved bv the Mayor of said
Citv on Octobei 2Sth. said taxes
being levied on all of the abutting
property on the following Streets
comprising said Sidewalk District No
118. The West Side of Grant aenue
from 19th to L'oth Streets and both
.Iflen ol Quincy avenue rom -0th to
Tho said tax is paable in S In
stallments The first installnipnt becomes de
linquent December 17. 191$.
The second installment becomes
delinquent October 28. 1914
The third installment become? de
linquent October 28. 1915
The fourth Installment becomes de
linquent October 28, 1915.
The lirth Installment becomes de
linquent October 28. 1917.
Each of said installments, except
the first, shall draw interest at the
rate ot Seven (7) per cent per an
num, from the. date of the levy an
uforesald, and If anv or either of
said Installments shall be unpaid
when they bocome delinquent, inter
est thereon shall be Ten (10) per
cent per annum, until such delln
quent assessments are fully paid
j Said tax shall be enforced and col
! lected as In any other case of apecla
tax and if not paid the property on
which said lew Is made will be ad
vertlsed and Bold according to law
This special tax is payable at m;
! office at the City Hall. Ogden City.
i City Treasurer, Ogden City, Utah
By C. F. Koons, Deputy.
In the Distiict Court of Weber
County, State of Utah.
Dora E. Payne. Plaintiff vs. Phil
lip A Payne. Defendant.
The State of Utah to the said De
fendant You are hereb summoned to ap
pear within twentv days after service
of this Summons upon you. if served
within the County in which this ac
tion is brought otherwise within
thirty days after service, and defend
the above entitled actiou.and In case
of your failure so to oo, judgment
will be rendered against you accord
ing to the demaud of the complain .
I which has been filed with the Clerk
of said Court This action is brought
to dissolve the bonds o matrimony
heretofore existing between you and
Jo i N B BAOLBY,
P O Address Osden Citv. Weber
Co.. Utah. Room 313-314 Kirst Na
tional Bank Building.
jn the Dlstrlol court of Weber Coun
ty. State of Utah.
Delia Tlnsley, Plaintiff, vr, Cluud
The State of Utah to the said De
fendant: You are hereby summoned to ap
peur within twenty days after service
ol this summons upon you. If served
within the county in which this action
Is brought, otherwise, within thirty
days after service, and defend the
above entitled action; and in case of!
your failure so to do, Judgment will
be rendered against you according to j
the demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with the Clerk of said
This action is brought to recover a
judgment dissolving the marriage con
tract now and heretofore existing be
tween you and th Plaintiff.
T. R. O'CONNELLY.
P. 0 Address. No. 369 24th St., Og
First publication. October 11 1913
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW
A. G Fell. T. Samuel Browning and I
i Joseph C. Nye. Commissioners of j
Ogden City, Utah, sitting as a Board
of Equalization and Review of the
special and local taxes to be levied
and a?sessed by ordinance upon
property shutting on both sides of
Wall avenue from the south side of
21st Street to the south side of 23rd j
Street and Lincoln avenue from the
south side of 25th Street to the south j
side oi 26th Street, known as Paving !
DIsiYct No. 106. hereby give notice
that the lists of the property In the i
said district to be taxed has been j
completed and that they will meet
at the Mayor's office, In the City
hall Ogden, Utah, from 9 o'clock a
j m., to 5 o clock p. m , for five con-I
j secutlve days, commencing November
1. 1913, to and Including November
6. 1913. and will remain in session
on each of these days, during said
hours for the purpose of hearing any I
person feeling aggrieved, and to ;
make correction of any tax de?med
unequai or unjust, and during the
I sitting of said board, snld lists ot
property and the taxes proposed bhall
I then and there be open to public ln
By order of the board. October 30.
a G fell Mayor ,
I First publication. October 30, 1913
Last publication, November 6. 1913
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY
Pursuant to Section 278 of tho
Compiled Laws of Utah. 1907 and
the authority vested in me by said
section, I, the undersigned Wallace
Foulger, Treasurer of Ogden Cltv,
Weber County, Utah, hereb give i
j public notice that a special tax
! amounting to 52776.06 has been
! levied for Sidewalk District No 120,
i for the purpose of constructing Con-
crete Sidewalks in said district by
an ordinance duly passed by the City I
Commissioners of Ogden City. Uah,
and approved by tho Mayor of said
City on October 15th, 1913 said taxes
being levied on all of the abutting
property on the following Streets!
comprising said Sidewalk District j
No. 120. The West Side of Jeffer
son avenue from 28th to 33 rd
Streets: also 31st Stroet on both
sides" from Jefferson avenue east 3.
distance of 350 feet.
The said tax is payable In & In- I
The first installment becomes de
linquent December 4, 1913.
The second Installment becomes
dellnquenl October 15, 1914.
The third Installment becomes de
linquent October 15, 1915.
The fourth Installment becomes
delinquent October 16. 1916.
The Fifth Installment becomes de
linquent October 15. 1917
Each of said InstallmentM, except
the first, shall draw interest at the
rate of seven (7) per cent per an
num, from the date of the levy as
aforesaid, and If any or either of
snld Installments shall be nnpad
when they become delinquent. In
terest thereon shall be ten (10) per
cent per annum, until such delin
quent assessments are fully paid
Said tax shall be enforced and col
lected as In any other case of spe
cial tax and if not paid tho property
on which said levy is made will be
ndertlsed and sold according to law
This special tax is payable at my
office at the City Hall. Ogden
City Treasurer. Ogden City, Utah.
By C T. Koons. Deputy.
NOTICE OF I NTfcNTION
Notice is hereby given by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden
Ity, Utah, of the intention ot said
Board to make the following describ
ed Improvements, to-wlt.
To create Ballantyne Avenue 6outh
from JOth Street to a point 165- feet
north from 21st Street where the
city has gained jurisdiction as a
J sewer district, and ' to constrict
j therein a pipe sewer together s-Uh
the necessary manholes, and connect
j all with the manholes of the prsea:
sewer sstem. and to defray th
whole of the cost thereof, estimated
at $1000 00 by a local assessment on
the !o's or pieces of ground ly!c5
and being within the following dli
trict, being the dlstr.ct to be bene
fited or affected by said Improve
All the land lying between ihe out-
cr boundary linjs of said Aveiu.e in
cluded In the district and a He?
drawn 132-feet outward from and
parallel to the said outer boucdar.
lines Said district lo Lc a.-f(s;etl
for the cost ot put: ing in the fewer
between 20th and Jlst Street, alw
for securing the right-of-way for
said sewer trom 21st Street north i
distance of 165 f:et.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of s ich Intention mus'
be presented In writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 22:d daj I f
of November, 1913, at 10 o'clock a.
m., that being the time set by sM
Board of Commissioners when tbey
will hear and consider such objec
tions as mav be made thereto, at the
mayor s office at the City Hall, Og
den City, Utah.
Bv order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 30th day of October,
A. G. FELL. Mayor.
H J CRAVEN. City Erup'rjJ'
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