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I 1 3 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1913. M
I 1914 MODELS
' JUST RECEIVED
I Several improvements have been
; made in the construction and body-
lines of the new cars, together with
other features added, which will con- I
! ill tinue to make the "Ford" the Universal I
Car of the World. !
Ij Come in and see the new cars, and
let us take you out for a demonstration. I
JAMES AUTOMOBILE CO.
A iipw class is being organized in
the first M. E Sunday school under
the leadership of the pasior lr Is
for the purpose of gathering par.
entg together to carefully consider
making the home a nursery of the
noblest characteristic? This is con
sldered by the churches a most timely
arrangement as the home is funda
I mental in character training
The subject under consideration
just at present is "The Home as a
' School for Social Living.''
Congressman John J. Fitzgerald,
chairman of the house committee on
nppropriations, has just returned
from an inspection of the Panama
eanal. He predicts that the largest
vessels will be able to navigate the
entire canal after another seven or
BOYS DISCUSS TIE
The hoys of the Jones Poardin
House were out on the porch read inn
in the early evening- The rhili;nn.
with his chair tilted against the wall
was rra-llne the evening paper, the
Cynic was pouring over the Saturday
Evening Post, Little BUI wa absorbed
In Romola. while Big Bill was scan
ning his Sunday school quarterly
"I see here's another criminal who
has given himself up"" said the Philis
tine. "No suspicions against him. but
he said that hidden sin was dragging
him down Just Hie same, seemed to
1 thwart and spoil everything in his
"Say, that's a god illustration for
Ci.nHav orhnnl lesaon tomorrow."
said Big Ben as ho jotted it down on
"What's that." said the Cynic, as he
emerged from his paper, "you don't
moan that the Philistine Is becomin:
commentator on the Sunday school
lesson? Ha, ba, that's one on yon Mr.
'Well I don't see what this litt lo
item of up to date newa has to do
with that old Bible lesson of thous
ands of years ago anyway," the Phil
istine replied, rather discomfited, for
ho was very disdainful of Sunday
"Well it's this way." said Big Bill
" fter the Israelites under Joshua had
I captured Jericho. fhe went up
; against the little city of Al, onl to hp
defeated. When Joshua prayed to the
Ixrd about it, it was revealed to him
that some one had taken some of the
spoil from Terlcho which had been
forbidden them, and therefore Hie
lxrd was not blessing them. It was
found that Achan was guiltv of hav
ing taken a Babalonlsh garment, a J
lot of silver and gold, and hidden
them In his tent He and his family
were taken out and stoned. And then
H I Great word is always simple ij
rTER people have floundered, compromised, experimented,
, "m argued, suggested, retraced their steps, started over, revo
lutionized, all to no real effect, usually some calm, ex-
i perienced fellow remarks quietly, "This is the way to do it," and
i f; J the world stares agog at the simplicity of it all. For centuries peo- I
I I pie worried about how to fasten their clothes together. Clasps,
J ( auckles, needles, and thread even rivets were tried, and then
I ! some chap said, "Let's just use a BUTTON."
M j 1" N the motor car industry some said, "Let's make the whole
jjS. contraption ourselves" and then they found they couldn't
J f make magnetos if they made motors, and that they couldn't
. js. II make bodies if they made magnetos, and they were at sea.
ffl I Someone said, "We buy all our parts outside and put them
M J together; that's the way to make the thing." Then they found
41 that they had left out the leven of standardization and their
j J was dough. The haphazard assembly of parts, while on the
Mi right track, was hooked up with the wrong trolley wire hence,
I j failure. Then a quiet voice remarked, "The only way to build the
A i best car is to use the best parts." And the world shouted,
S j "Cole is right."
j 1.0LE is right. This is the proof. You never saw as thor-
A B oughbred an automobile as this for $2025. Ride in the !
ffl j right car. You will regret buying any car without first
H I looking the Cole over.
II j Four-cylinder Touring car, absolutely the best equipment,
H in ample wheel base of 120 inches, Delco electric self cranking
J I nd all at the above named price a bull dog on the hills. Then,
; V- I too here's tne big Cole "Six" at $2750, generally called "Tha
I M j greatest car I ever rode in at any price." See it.
?M ! Prices f. o. b. Ogden, Utah.
H The Standardized Car
I BROWNING BROS. CO.
H Ml distributors
I OGDEN, .... UTAH.
I Al was easily eaptured In other
J words sin uneonfesBed and unatoned
Is a drat, upon every one, and our sin
at laet will find us out "
"Well Mils i orange 1 have jus!
been reading about that In the Post
1 1 i q how .lonnings the noted out
law in hearing his wav baek to reaper
(ability and a successful law practice
after being released from the pen.
round that by always making a elean
breast 01 his ,iast and not hidinc It
uith a eloak of hypocrley, he was able
to make good with his fellows and
win their Confidence. Guess I'll have
to go alon to Sunday school tomor
row and add tola to the discussion."
.lust then Uttlc Bi" finished his
hook "And here la the same thine
brought out in this novel. Romola by
George Bllot. Young Tito cornea to
Florence with three rare Jewels with
which he was to ransom his Father
Instead he marries Romola and enjoys
himself, and starts upon a promising
' areer Bui his sip would fmi him
out. His father appears and haunts
him. Though he thinks he has put
him out of his way In prison, or even
In death, ho still shows up and terror
izes him, balks his plans and brine?
him to ruin At last a disgusted pr.i.
pie throw him Into 'he river, nnd on
the bank, where he reaches shore.
fm.-. in-, idiucr as ins irouiiBia ui
"Yes," added Rig Ren, "80 It was in
Hawthorn's Scarlet Letter, where the
guilty person was haunted In his hid
den sin as it fostered a pollution of
soul, and halked him !n his work, un
til at last he uncovered It"
The Cynic grinned. He liked to see
the Philistine tripped In an argument
"Von sort of pulled your house down
over your head this time, didn't you?"
he said. "Started more than yon
meant to. I reckon "
"Well anyway, it was an outrage to
take out his wholo family and stone
them," ho replied.
"Don't you suppose that they helped
him bury lt Couldn't have hurled It
in their tent without their knowing
about It. The innocent are constantly
suffering with the guilty anyway," re
plied Little Bill.
lust then th,-. Cynjc saw his chance
He was rather fond of takinc a dig at
the bo j and thHr Sunday school les
sons himself. But he did enjoy trip
pinn the Philistine most of all And
he was such a stand-pat. "Seems to
me that I heard something about that
this last election. Wasn't there a
parts somewhere that was defeated
because some or meir leaders naa
I proved false. A lot of Innocent office
l seekers suffered."
"Bang. The Philistines chair came
down with a thud. Oh you old Pro
cressive you. Can't you discuss the;
! Bible even without getting off onto
politics'' Don't see what that old
story in the Bible has to do with our
"Looks to me like a pretty up-to-date
book. Seems to touch pretty
live topics right away," said Big Bill.
"A traveller told me the other day
, that they have some such a system in
China, where the whole block Is held
responsible for crime that lurks there
After all are we not often guilty of
I the crimes of others? Is not the em
ployer partly responsible for the de
j llnquenCy of under paid employees, or
I the violence of oppressed help? Are
not citizens who vote In an open town
I partly responsible for the revellry and
crime that results; or parents for the
j fins of undisciplined children? And
; in the end should they not and do
they not suffer for It?" And with
j this Little Bill ended the argument.
The Lesson Text.
i ne Aucuonzea n ersiun.
6 And Josh'u-a reut his clothes,
and fell to the earth upon his face be-1
fore the ark of the Lord until the I
eventide, he and the elders of Is'ra-el.
I and put dust upon their heads
7 And Joah'ua said, Alas. O T,ord
. Cod, wherefore hast thou at all
brought this people oer .Jordan, to
deliver us Into the hand of th- m'o
rites, to destroy US'1 would to Cod we
had leen content, and dwelt on the
other side .lor'dan '
I 8 O Lord, what shall I say. when
Is'ra-el turneth their backs before
I heir enemies!
9 For the Cana-an-lfcs and all the'
inhabitants of the land shall hear of
I It, and shall environ us round, and'
I cut off our name from the -,irii); and
I what wilt thou do unto thy great
10 And the Lord said unto Josh'u-a,
Get thee up; wherefore liest thou 1
thus unon thy face?
11 Is'ra-el hath sinned, and they
have also transcnoss.' i my covenant
whicb 1 commanded them: for they'
have even taken of the accural tiling
and have also stolen, and dissembled
also, and they have put It even among
their own sluff.
12 Therefore the children of In'ra
el could not stand before their ene
mies, but turned their backs before!
I their enemies, becaue thei were ac-J
; cursed: neither will I be with you any !
I more, except ye destroy the accursed
I from among you.
13 Pp. sanctify the people, and
say, Sanctify ourseles against to
morrow: for' thug saith the Lord Cod i
or Is'ra-el, There is an accursed tiling
1 in the midst of thee, O Is'ra-el thou
canst not stand before thine enemies.
! until ye take away the accursed thing,
from amnni you.
li In the morning therefore o:
shall be brought according to our ,
tribes: and it shall be. that the tribe!'
which the Lord taketh shall come ac-
I cording to the families thereof: and
j the family which the Lord shall take
j shall come by households, and the
household which the Lord shall take
I shall come man by man
15 And it shall he. that be thai is
taken with the accursed thing shall be
burnt with fire he and all that he I
hath because he hath transgressed ,
i the covenant of the l-rd, and because
he hath wrought folly in Is'ra-el
Golden Text- Be sure your sin will
I find you nut. Num 32. 23.
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gcther with Its Btock or hay has been
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AT OGDEN THEATRE.
Hal Reld's most uoted play, ' Knobs
of Tennessee." will open at the Og
den theatre Sunday night, and If the
former successes of this famous play
witness its merit it will be the hit
oi" the season. There have been but
few works of thr stage that have en
JoVed the popularity of "Knobs O
Tennessee. " Its nearest rival, and
a play of the same kind Is 'Human
"Knobs of Tennessee" tells a story
of mother love and presents a prob
lem as to whether that love is Justi
lied in taking the extreme mur'sr
marked out for it by the author. A
mother. In her mad frenzy of lovf
for her offspring, a love that did not
stop at death to protect her boy from
the shadows of the prison, kills her
son rather than let disgrace ana
shame come upon him.
The play will be well staged ana
will undoubtedly draw record crowds
at the Ogden theatre during the week
The Colonial Musical Comedy com
pan? that opens at the Lyceum thea
tre, Sunday, December 14. comes to
Ogden backed by a personal guaran
tee from Manager Walter Arington.
When Mr. Earl B Gandy wanted
to come into Ogden for an indefinite
BU ck engagement. Managers Aring
ton and Pawley decided the only way
to determine on the merits of the
company was to make a trip east and
see the production.
Mr. Arlngion did so and says that
it i:; without a question, the clever
est company of musical comedy art
ists ever in Ogden.
The company comprising twenty
people is headed by Sam Loeb and
Celeste Brooks, which in Itself alone,
injures good performances.
The play will be chanced twice
each week on Sunday and Thursday.
There will be a matinee every Satur
day at 2:30. Starting Sunday, De
cember 14th. "King Koko." Coming
Thursday, December 18th, "The Jolly
AMERICANS TO FACE 1
BRITISH FENCERS r
Boston, Dec. 13. Arrangements
Ween made for a series of elimin- II
ation bouts by the Amateur Fencers' W
Lea&ue of America, for the selection
of the team to represent the United J
States in the competition with Eng- 1
lish fencers and broadswordsmen, who
will come to this country next Febru
ary. It is expected that a team of
four men will be selected to oppose
the Britishers, who will probably send
over a like number of foil wielders.
UTAH GETTING CASH
Salt Lake, Dec. 13. Utah and Ida- 231
ho are richer by about $7ri,000 of Cal-
liornia's money, according to estl- j
mates made by officials of the Salt A
! ike Route who yesterday handled
two full trainloads of cattle, hogs and
hetp, comprising sixty-five cars,
Dound for southern California. The
infermountain sheep, cattle and hogs Wk
will supply the heavy holiday meat
demand on the coast. From now on
the freight department expects to k
shp out from two to four trains each ;
265,000 AND NOT A RIP r
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