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; w TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916. 51f (Agfott 1 OGDEN, UTAH 1
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j' 1 ' open day 0 0 11 "P HT f Ogden's 1
!" I y4pNmHtI J JJjjJ jj J m PleELSUre 1
'j I LAST TIME TODAY I
! j 1 TOM MOORE, MAE MARSH 1
1 1 j AND GEO. FA WCETT
hitte CindereHa Man"
1 One of the most pleasing pictures we have ever run g
j 1 And another "Sunshine" $50,000.00 Comedy J
I I Sfrerprimp'STupv 1 The 'Great Sensation g
, II ffonhtnxtas if "hG& I c ,
II KdukcS ,butJtieTs, HO II IF f
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,; II M'Qb-y&fa00' Staqe,Sacccsrj g Another "Jewel" that sure
I1! i! S jTHE1' is a knockout. Take our
1 , 1 IXINDERELUTMAN i word for tJk? "t Te i
r li 8.' I if a wonderful produc- j
, i I irr iu tion. i
I. ; SCANNERS WILL HAVE MANY
' I ; BIB PROBLEMS BEFORE HEM
I : WHEN T1EY MEET THROW
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5 1 Arrangements are now complete for
, the meeting tomorrow of the Utah
i j ' Canners association in annual con-
. vention. Tliere will be four sessions.
I- the last commencing at 6 p. m. and
' ' being a banquet at the Weber club at
which the Canners expect to entor-
ll ;tain about 150 guests. The first meet-
;l j ing will commence at 10 a. m.. in the
i , 1 Weber club. The second will com-
f ji mence at 1:30 p. m., and the third at
1 I 4 p. m. The officers for the ensuing
!, 1 year will be elected at the 4 o'clock
, i , meeting. The banquet and a theater
f party at the Orpheum theater will
V Iclose the evening,
i j, ! It is very probable that the princi-
, , 'pie topic of discussion during the exo-
! jcutive session of the convention will
J fbe that of the part the government
J 1 .proposes to take in the canning indus-
f 'try. It Is definitely expected by the
! scanners that the government will
requisition at least 50 per cent of the
!:J . 191S pack of tomatoes, peas and corn,
. land plans will probably bo discussed
for production of this 191S crop for
, . j An interesting feature of the nieet-
j Ing will be the report by President H.
1 ; ; I li. Herrlngton on his recent trip to
j ; ' (Washington, where he conferred with
I . . 'H. L. Hoover, food administrator, on
4 the canning situation. Mr. Herrington
1 ft will also give an address.
1 .f The principle address of the morn-
Ing session will probably be delivered
( ,by H. E. MacConnaughey, chairman of
. ,the California Preserved Food com-
' .mission, who has been invited to at-
jtend the convention and give the ad-
'! i dress. Other speakers at this session
i j , fwill be H. L. Herrington, reading the
ipresident's annual report; Dr. F. S.
I : Harris, diroctor of the experimental
station, Utah Agricultural college; Dr.
.1 Georgo JL Hill, professor of botany
, and plant pathology of the Utah Agri-
! cultural college, and by J. W. Watson,
, farm labor specialist of the same col-
i j lege,
i' A;t 1:30 o'clock the rofcram will be
i , as follows: Address by Pres. H. L.
! Herrington, "My Recent Trip East;"
j ! address by Richard Stringham of
: ' ; .Woods Cross, "Legislation Affecting
I Teach Children to
H l 1 ' UseCuticuraSoap
I Because it is best for their tender skins.
. ?eIP,t now a"d then with touches of
J' Cuticura Ointment applied to first signs
A of redness, roughness, pimples or dan-
. druff. If mothers would.only use these '
! super-creamy emollients for every-day i
? 1 "ctpiinjoseshowmuchsufferingmight
i be avoided by preventing little skin and
scalp troubles becoming serious,
, jJfSPEfe !ch Fr ar MalL Addresa peat-
I' ' everywhere. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c.
the Canning Industry;" address by T.
H. Hopkins of St. Anthony, Idaho.
"Peace and Harmony. Peas and
gdess Soldier Unfa
"We have had several brushes with
the enemy since reaching the trenches
here, which I am sure I would not
have reached had it not been for
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It has en -tlrely
cured me of indigestion and aw-1
ful gas in my stomach. Array food
now digests as good as mother's used
to." It Is a simple, harmless prepara
tion that removes the catarrhal mucus
from the intestinal tract and allays
the inflammation which causes practi
cally all stomach, liver and intestinal
ailments, including appendicitis. One
dose will convince or money refunded.
Mclntyre Drug Co. AlvertisemenL
PUSES VAUDEVILLE j
Pftntages vaudeville will open one
day earlier this week, opening on
Vodnesday night especially for the
Canners' convention which begins to
morrow morning in Ogdcn. Manager
Goss seeing that the bill this week
is an exceptionally good show is
bringing it for the four day run as
It will give the visitors an excellent
evening entertainment. Comedy is
paramount on the bill and a number
of laughs will bo furnished Wednes
day night especially canned for the
Canners. There will be two perform
ances tomorrow night, 7:30 and 9:15
p. m. Advertisement.
John A. Sneddon, assistant city at
torney, 7ho made tho startling charge
in municipal court yesterday morning
that "one of his complaints had been
substituted by another," confessed or.
ror this morning.
"Because of a system used in my
office," said Prosecutor Sneddon, "I
got hold of the A. C. Sutton, when 1
thought I had the Paul Lamar, com.
plaint. I made the charge before I
had investigated a thing like that
will happen about ouco in a genera,
tion, There was nothing wrong with
Both Sutton and Lamar were ar
rested for violating the liquor laws.
The Sutton case was disposed of by
Sutton forfefting a $200 bond. Lamar's
ca3c was called yesterday and resot
. "How much does your now baby
"Wo don't know, but probably about
10 pounds ho registered 16 on the
butcher's scales." Exchange.
M MAYOR MAKES THINGS
LIVELY AT JjjJmj
Mayor T. S. Browning, supplemental
of his stntoment mndo at the first
meeting of the new board of city com
missioners last night, stated this
morning that ho will insist upon an in
vestigation of the polico and fire de
partments. "There havo been rumors of a grave
nature relative to the conduct of thoso
ofTlcers and particularly relative to as
sessments of members for a campaign
purposes." said Mayor Browning. "In
justice to the public and tho taxpay
ers, all tho facts should be known.
Also as a matter of justice to the de
partmentsIf any one has been the
victim of false and serious rumor, ho
also should have the suspicion- remov
ed. Tho atmosphere should bo clear
ed." According to Mayor Browning's
plan, thoro will be no necessity for a
grand jury investigation at this time.
Ho slated that tho best plan, in his
opinion, would be for the commission
ers to fix certain dates for the cxami-'
nation and call witnesses. In this man
ner, ho stated, all sides would bo given
the right to examine and cross-examine
witnesses and enter into specific
details of the charges that heretofore
have been, of an iniormal character.
Want Specific Accusation.
Commissioners Chris Flygare and
M. L. Jones stated they had no objec
tion to an investigation but preferred
that something specific and in viola
tion of some law might be suggested
as a basis upon which to conduct the
examination. They stated that the
samo charges referred to by Mayor
Browning havo been in circulation for
two years and, brought to their final
analysis means that some have beenj
disconnected with the city payroll and
feels unkindly toward those who may
have been responsible for their dis
charge. Tho investigation, they assert,
: should have definite object or other
I wise it will- be a mere fizzle, such as
j was the recent grand jury investiga
tion, and tend to keep tho city in a
condition of turmoil destructive alike
of unity and harmony and progress.
They intimated that the entire con
troversy, reduced to its last basis, is
that some have been discharged from
public jobs, and the fact that it is a
public job insignificant probably as
to compensation gives them a start
ing point for attack. Tho same things
happen in private corporations and are
forgotten, they assert, but from time
immemorial the "outs" in public af
fairs and politics have charged the
"ins" with cusscdness. They insist,
however, that if the public desiros
more turmoil and strife in city affairs
they will participate in the meetings.
Last Night's Meeting.
At the meeting last night, the pro
gram as announced in the Standard
yesterday afternoon, was carried out
in every detail. The resolution ap
portioning the various departments, as
printed yesterday, was carried with
Commissioners Jones and Flygare vot-
AMI iliriciclc !
A GREAT PICTURE
A GREAT STAR
SEE IT TONIGHT.
Cute Little Billie Rhodes in
"LITTLE MISS FIXER."
ORPHEUM THEATRE' j
SUNDAY, JANUARY 13
First Time Here.
mi wifBBpg I, H
cjr' JJ TALKED OF
WEDNESDAY 10 A. M. PRICES
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. !
v y '
ing "aye" and Mayor Browning oppos
ing with a positive "nay." This reso
lution was introduced by commissioner
Jones and was as follows:
"I move that the Mayor bo Superin
tendent of the Department of Public
Affairs and Finance and Health de
partment. "And I further move that Commis
sioner Miles L. Jonc3 be superintend
ent of the Department of Public Safe
ty and Parks and Public Proporty.
"And I further move that Commis
sioner Christian Flygare be superin
tendent of tho Department of Streets
and Public Improvements and Water
Supply nnd Water Works,"
Before tho rosolution was voted
upon, Mayor Browning stated that he
desired to make his position unmis
takably clear to tho public. Ho de
clared that his two associate commis
sioners wore railroading tho resolu
tion through without consulting his
wishes and that it was a notorious fact
that he had been elected upon tho gen
erally and popularly accepted issue
that ho would haVe control of the
public safety department, which In
cludes the police and firo departments.
The mayor became personally direct,
and charged that he was being ignored
and that by reason of such conduct
ho was being deprived of tho control
of departments in tho city that re
quired a chango in policy; he made the
fiat charge that if it were not for the
sheriff's office, the prohibition law In
Ogdcn would be a complete joke; and
that evil, if not entirely winked at, at
least was not properly supervised and j
handled by the police department. He
also directly charged that Commission
er Jones was seeking to build a "poli
tical machine" in this city with the po
lico department as the nucleus and
that It was improper, illegal and not
conducive to the best interests of the
city. Ho reviewed his own experience
as a municipal officer and declared that
tho conduct of the departments under
his jurisdiction had shown progrss.
During the Mayor's address, Com
missioner Flygare interrupted several
times and spirited personalities were
exchanged. The interruptions were
merely inferences of a naturo that
charged the Mayor with falling to di
rect his remarks to the resolution. In
each instance, tho mayor declined to
yield to the suggestions and continued
to speak. As a consequence, Commis
sioner Flygare at ono time called for a
vote upon the resolution and, while
the mayor was talking, ho and Com
missioner Jones passed the rosolution.
At the conclusion of tho mayor's ad
dress. Commissioner Flygare was
asked if he had anything to say and he
disgustedly stated he had not.
Commissioner Jones then replied to
some of the charges made bv the
Commissioner Jones, by consulting a
small paper, showed that during one
year of tho period over which Mayor
Browning was in charge of the public
safety department, the fines netted
only SG000. while under the succeed
ing year, the total was $14,000. He also
made tho direct charge that Mavor
Browning was seeking to select his
own departments which were contrary
to the wishes of the majority mem
bers of the board and that tho major
ity, like the mayor, had been elected
by the people and were as much en
titled to their Ideas, especially when
i there was two as against one.'as was
the mayor. The Commissioner sought
to make it clear that tho majority did
not regard the mayor as tho entire city
commission and that the majoritv must
bo consulted upon matters pertaining
to the public. He did not seek to deny
that he and Commissioner Flygare had
agreed upon tho departments they do
sired, but explained that thev had
ample procedent for such policy and
besides, the commissioner stated, tho
mayor has such departments as a
mayor should have, including finance
; which in itself will be a largo task of
given proper attention. He closed by
making an appeal for harmonv, but
intimated that it was contrary to na
ture and general custom for the judg
ment of one to bo accepted over the '
judgment of two. when each Is pre
sumed to have been as capable and
as qualified as the other. !
Rev. Garver Present.
Rev. Christian R. Garver, pastor of!
the First Methodist church, concluded!
the speechmaking. Tho minister, after
being advised by the mayor as to what
had taken place-in that ho, the min
ister, had arrived too late endorsed
the mayors statement that it was
generally thought that the mayor
would have charge of the public Baftv
department Foil,, V,c Baiety
, ... cv. Dir. linr-
vers adddrcss, the council adopted
he old order of business and ad
The attendance was lighL Outside
of those occupying some office there
were less than a dozen people 'in the
council chamber. There was nothing to
indicate as to the division of the selt ?
ment in tho audience. In the impromp
tu social session there was a general
handshaking, even among those known
to be opposing partisans.
SEAT SHE T0M010W
"The Bird of Paradise." the. play,
that came from the west and made the
east sit up and take notice, will be
seen at the Orpheum theater next Sun
day nlghL It is one of the biggest and
most novel of American successes and
helped to mako five actresses ponular
on the screen and stage.
Tho play is the story of the Hawai
ian Islands as they are and American
influence as it is. It is not only nic
turcsquo but thrilling, and no stage
scene has over held more of the sen
sational than the volcano picture of the
last act. Seat sale opens tomorrow
Read tho Classified Ads.
Read the Classified Ads.
in food economy
A thrifty woman of our acquaintance has made j
; a most welcome discovery. '
V 5? ; She used to use butter in baking cakes, pies
, '. and other tid-bits. . 5
Then butter began to jump. It kept on jump- '.
ing. Soon she saw she would have to get along
without butter in her baking. '
But today her family enjoy just as rich, deli- i
cious cakes, just as flaky, melt-in-the-mouth pies
. 4 . and cookies, just as tender, mealy fried potatoes, j;
just as crisp, hot biscuits as when she used butter. .
Now what was her discovery? 9
Just this: That Cottolene will give all these j
good things a flavor that butter might well be
; proud of and that although Cottolene costs much
less than butter, it goes much farther.
' t-: But she discovered something else, too. " '
You can discover, as she did, that pure Cotto
- -lene goes at least one-third farther than other cook
ing fats in common use, because it is at least one
third richer than any of the fats commonly used
. -. in baking or frying. !
Try wholesome Cottolene in one of your favor-
. ite recipes and see. Be sure, to use one-third less :!
than 3'ou ordinarily use of other shortening. -I
- Your grocer has Cottolene in tins of convenient
. sizes. . ' .
. v-;v.y : : . I
.V Recipe for MARBLE CAKE '
- - " " cup Cottolene teaspoon salt !
1 cup sugar cups flour :
2 eggs teaspoon each nutmeg
.rjjS CUP m''k cinnamon '
(- jP?005 1 tablespoon molasses r
j7 Cream Cottolene, add sugar gradually, yolks of ?
vJBiBiy eggs beaten until thick and light, flour sifted with ."'
-'--tO baking powder and salt, alternately with milk. i
-5 Fold in whites of eggs beaten until stiff. Turn one- '
7j-2?gjS7:' third of this batter into a bowl and add to it nio- If
r"Tl iTTi'" lasses and spices. Pour into well-greased pan, alter- Ij
" nating light and dark mixtures to give it the . ij
"marbled" appearance. j
j:-. Bake forty to forty-five minutes in a modcrato
, oven. ,K
V ' " '
' : The n.k. FA1 R BANK comny
u Makes Good Cong Better
SIVOW FALLS IN VALLEY
ID FARM BUREAU
PEOPLE IE BUST
Ogden Valley has taken on Its cus
tomary winter appearance of a snow
bound mountain district, although
somewhat late in donning its seasonal
habiliments, for yesterday's snowfall
deposited about eight inches in the
valley, while Ogden got away with
scarce an inch. Sleighs and sleigh
bells are much in evidence in the
valley, according to M. K. Jacobs, of
tho county farm bureau, who with W.
P. Thomas, agent, and Miss Edna Lad
wig, home economics demonstrator,
mado a trip to that placo yesterday.
The temperature there fell pretty low
A meeting was held by the farm
bureau officials at Liberty. Miss Lad
wig met with women organized In the
woman's branch and outlined work for
tho year. Mr. Thomas and Mr. Jacobs
met with the men and gave short ad
dresses, urging tho spirit of co-operation
for the assistance of the govern
ment by increased production of food
and strict adherence to rules of econ
omy and efficiency.
This afternoon Frank Rltter and
Mr. Jacobs went to West Weber for a
similar meeting and Mr. Thomas and
Miss Ladwlg went to West Warren.
Those meetings are, part of a series
planned for the beginning of the new
year to outline tho work planned for
the year and urge the farmers to sup
port tho bureau.
I Harold Lockwood in "Under
Handicap," at Utah Theatre,
Thursday. Coming, Doris Ken
yon in The Great White Trail
IN MUR1CK 111
OUTCAST AT ORPHEUM
An excellent picture will be present
ed at the Orpheum theater tonight
only in the Mutual offering "Outcast"
featuring Ann Murdock. This picture
has played two engagements at the
American theater In Salt Lake whero
it was declared to be tho season's best
production in drama. Advertisement.
Election of trustee, the 9th
CITY WATER BILLS
'Payments on city water bills are ar
riving at the rate of approximately
12,000 a day.
All paymonts. it Is announced, that
are made prior to January 15, are dis
counted at 5 per cent. Following that
date, the full amount will be charged.
According to Commissioner M. L.
Jones, in charge of tho water depart,
ment, it Is the intontion of tho com
missioners to mako a payment of $25,
000 upon the water bond indebtedness.
The water taxes are due at any time
between Jan. 1 and July 1, but by
early payment, a discount is given the
consumer of 5 per cent.
Read the Classified Ads.
Read the Classified Ads. " ' gi
1USIJL claims! i
FOR EXEMPTION GO ! j
i TO DISTRICT BOJRP j :
; . i
J All industrial claims for exemption; g
'. frm military service will be handled:
by the district board of Utah exclu i
sively, according to instructions re
ceived by the local board, with wbich (Hi
it is complying. To send all the Ques-'i:
tlonnaires to the district board for Itsf
consideration, it will bo necessary frfW
the clerks at the board offices to C?f Ifc3
through tho entire list and pick outlj ft,
the registrants who are claiming ei'l'Ji
emption, becauso they are engaged Jjl.
pursuits necessary to maintenance rlr
the industrial establishments of tbe$i
The board heretofore has classed K
such a claimant in Class Ono, so thatilfcV
the district board would handle the mm
case eventually on appeal. Ine newliwL
order automatically places all oucbmpi'
claimants under Jurisdiction of the!.r,
district board. h
10 Per Cent Discount p
I For 15 Days f
on Auto Repair Work and Mk
TRIBE GARAGE m
235 Hudson. ife