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9 j Office Honrs C a m. to 10:30 a, m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. m.
i'DF W,C. T. U. OVER
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'Strong S'eP 6t ---Resolutions
Adopted Before the Final
With ,'Ofie Exceplion'j'.'All -the
. Old. .Officers A-re Again
Special to he Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 1Q. The flection of offl--'rrs
forano,eri'.Ctt tIlQ' adoPtlon of
resolutions dealing with proposed legisla
tion In Utah and an auto trip through
Ogden canyon marltcd the close of the
Women's Christian Temperance union
annual state convention lnt this city to
.In. Mrs. Lulu L. Shcpard of Salt Lake
will head the organization ns president
for nnother year.'
In accordance tvKIi the constitution of
I ho etnto union. Mrs. Shepard will be the
nfiHnl delegate from Utah" to' the na
tional convention' .-in Portland,' Or., open
ing October io. Mrs. Llllbell. Froy of
tills city whs namod ju delcgate-at-largc.
from I'tah. and the. unions 'jit the state
will also he rnprepentcd at the national
meeting by Mrs. Q." B. Craft and Mrs. J.
C. Ne. both of Ogdon.
Mrs. Shcpard Re-Elected. .
The olctloii torlav resulted as follows:
President, Mrs Shepard! first vice presi
dent. Mrs. J. W. Alrd. "Provo; second vice
president. Mrs. 0. It. Craft. Ogden: corre
sponding secretary. Miss Leota S. Ken
nedy, Ogden; recording secretary, Mrs.
Kmma P. Pnttt. Salt Lake; assistant re
cording secretary. Mrs. Charles A. Root,
Jsilt Lako; treasurer, Mrs. W. r. Core,
S-'.ilt L'ake: secretary L. T. L., Miss Jen
nie Simons, Salt Lake; secretary V. B. P..
Mrs Stophon Longstroth, Garland. This
Is a complete rc-electlon of all old officers
with the exception of Mrs. Root, who
succeeds Mrs. Boydcn.
Mrs V. S. Flowelllng of Ogd.cn and
Mrs. W S. Core of Salt Lake were elect
oil to life membership In the organization.
The mum of Mrs William Cralir of Og
dt'n and Mrs. P. A. Slmpkln of Salt Lake.
who died since the -lust annual meeting
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was held, were placed on the memorial I
The following resolutions wens unani
mously adopted nt the llnal meeting thhi
. foi onoon:
' L .Thut we first of all express our
gr.illtudn for the kind leadership of
our Heavenly Father during the year
lhat has passed.
2. That Itmsmueh as the Opdcn
W. t T. L has protested to the
telephone eompAny acalnst the Inser-
i Hon of a brewery advertisement mi
the back puiro of the directory, wv.
the State W. C. T. I"., do heartily
indorse the action as being In har
mony with our principles and protest
against such advertising cotter being
forced in the homes.
3. That we commend the govern
ment for its action regarding the
closing of the postofnee on Sunday,
and urge that steps be taken to fur
ther conserve the sanctity of the
Sabbath, by prohibiting baseball
moving pictures, Sunday excursions
and kjndred nmusements. and pledse
ourselves to lend whatever aid we are.
abl to secure needed legislation.
4. That we heartily Indorse the
stand taken bv the physicians of
ITtnh at their state convention rjln-
tlvn to the physical examination "f
candidates for rjs.rrlauc. and the pro
hibltlng the physically unfit from
'.terlng Into marriage, and hernhy
pledge ourselves, should such a bill
be Introduced during the coming leg
islature, to do all In our power to aid
In Us enactment.
5. That we condemn in unmeas
ured terms those employers who ask
their women help to work longer
than the nine hours stipulated by law,
and that when we have knowledge of
such facts we will not patronize busi
ness firms that evade this most Just
Prohibition Favored.
ti. That the officers of our state,
. organization he Instructed to plan for
a campaign of pledge signing, as a
special feature In the neNt years
work. , , , ,
7. That we adhere to the principle
of state-wide prohibition as the only
solution of the liquor .question In
Utalr. "and ffc demand that the state
legislature submit the Issue to the,
people at a special election.
S. That we believe that the law
placing the grantluc of liquor licenses
in the hands of district judges Is un
wise, inasmuch as It makes the con
trol of the Judiciary the Issue In
liquor campaigns.
y. That wc express our apprecia
tion of the kind hospitality of the
Ogden union and the First Baptist
church for entertaining the conven
. tlon. and the press of Ogden for all
the courtesies extended; that wc
highly appreciate the presence of Miss
Rose Davison. Mrs. Law and Mr.
Tllmrod, and thank them for the In
spiration they have brought us; and
also record our appreciation of others
who. bv readings and songs have
added to the interest and pleasure of
the convention.
Immediately after the close of the fore
noon session, which closed the conven
tion, the visiting delegates, about fifty
In number, entered automobiles, placed
at their disposal by Ogden members, and
were taken on a trip through Ogden can
yon. Returning to the city about 1.30
o'clock, a luncheon was served at the
Wcbor -academy under -tho direction of
the domestic science department of that
Proposed "to Place Additional Arcs In
Business Section,
Special to The Tribune.
.OGDEN, Oct. 10. Tho committee .In
charge of the campaign among the busi
ness men for tho proposed now lighting
system In the business district reports
favorable progress. Every merchant be
tween Twenty-third and Twenty-fifth
streets on Washington avenue has signed
the agreement to pay his share of the
expense for Installing the additional arc
lights. The committee which has this
work in charge is composed of C. R.
Holllngsworth, A. P. Bigolow and A. T.
Commissioners Refuse Peli
. on of Billposling
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 10.Ai:tlng in accordant
with a decision of City Attorney Valen
tine Gideon, who declared that the grant
ing would be a special pilvllege. the city
commissioners today refused the Utah
Dlllposllns company, through Its local
manager, V. L. Anderson, the right to
construct steel billboards on a temporary
fence surrounding the site of the pro
posed LCccles building, corner of Wash
(ngtrn ax'onnc and Twenty-fourth street.
The billboards wre built, acralnst the
wish fit of at least one of the commission
ers, around the ruhm of the old building,
but since work has been started In prep
aration for the new hulldlns It was nec
essary to remote the signs. In asking
permission to place them on the fence
in the street the company agreed to
maintain a four-foot plank sidewalk
while the construction work on the new
building Is In progress.
At their regular meeting today the
commissioners received a petition from
tho residents of Lincoln avenue com
plaining about the condition which re
sult, from the use of that avenue by the
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway company.
The property owners declare lhat the
electric company operates its cars along
the avenue at a speed which sometimes
reaches thirty miles an hour. At night,
according to the petition, the cars art
backed to and from the barns at Thirty
first street without headlights burning
and with only one person In charge.
it Is furthermore alleged that the com
pany does not keep Its -roadbed In good
condition; that the cars shake the houses
and make altogether too much noise.
Tho residents also object to the use of
the sidewalk nt Twenty-fifth street for
a news stand and to the obstruction of
Lincoln avnue with cars, baggage trucks
and other equipment of the company.
An enforcement of the speed regulations
and other city ordinances Is requested.
The petition will he considered by the
commissioners as a committee of the
Much Interest In Address of Secretary
-peel i ! ' The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 10. Interest In today's
session of the Presbyterian Synod of
Utah centered In the address of the Rev.
Dr D. J. McMllllan. secretary of the
board of church erection. In his address,
which was delivered at the forenoon
meeting, Dr. McMllllan presented the
arguments of the board In Its policy of
administration regarding the large trust
fund. '
Moderator John Meeker, elected yes
terdav, took charge when the delegates
were called to order for today's sessions.
Twentv-three of the accredited delegates
or tho state wcro present, eighteen being
absent. State Clerk W. D. Murphy pre
sented a new programme for synodlcal
procedure, upon which definite action
was deferred.
The Utah Synodlcal society held Its
principal meeting today. Tn connection
with the meeting. Miss Elizabeth Church
ill, In charge of the Presbyterian school
at Canton. China, exhibited the 300 dolls
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In dress. The dolls, all of which were
dressed by Utah pirls and boys, will be
presented (o the Chinese girls at Christ
mas time.
The annual address of the president
of the sncloty and that of the corre
sponding secretary were presented today.
The report of the financial secretary
showed that a total of $1011.59 had been
contributed throughout the state during
the past year for carrying on the so
ciety's missionary work.
Political Party Chairmen Will Confe""
With Education Board,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Ocl. 10. For the purpose of
reaching an agreement regarding tho pro
posed plan to use the school buildings
of the county for political meetings dur
ing tho present campaign, a committee
composed of the county chairmen will
confer with tho board of education at
Its meoting Saturday. This committee
Is composed of S. S. Smith, for the Democrats-
Edwin Dlx, for the Republicans,
and G J. S. Abels, for the Progres
sives. ...
Previous to this timo the use 01 school
buildings for political mqetlngs has not
been permitted In Weber .county, the
board of education taking the stand that
the buildings were erected for school pur
poses only. The political leaders take
the stand that the people pay for the
buildings, by taxation, that they aro all
Interested In the political issues of the
day and that there Is a general feeling
In favor of holding campaign meetings
ln the schoolhouscs.
It Is believed that the board of edu
cation, after the proper evidence has
been presented, will consent to the new
Lodges With "Friend," Which Costs
Him $65.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 10. James Jones, a
striking inlner who rocontly left the Ely,
New. district, saved the price of a bed
by sleeping with a. new-found friend at
the Lenox rooming house. 316 Twenty
fifth street, last night, but the saving
uctuallv cost blip $65 in cold cash.
Jones arrived in Ogden yesterday en
route to Butte. He intepded going right
through but remained over to hear the
band concert last night, puripg tho day
lie hd made the acquaintance of a
stranger who alFo was stopping over in
the city. When Jones was ready to re
tire tho friend suggested that they both
occupy his room at tho Lenox. The
striking miner agreed but when he arose
this morping the friend and $65 were
missing. .Tories was unable to supply the
police with the friend's name, and he has
not been apprehended.
Passenger Asks $5000 From Street Car
Special to The Tribune-
OGDEN. Oct. 10. Before a jury In
Judgo J. A. Howell's division of tho dis
trict court, tho case of James T. Gaines
against the Ogden Rapid Transit corn
pan v today was taken up for trial. Mr.
Gaines Is suing the company for ?5000
for personal injuries alleged to have been
received when he was thrown from a
street car at Twenty-second streot and
Washington avenue several months
In his complaint the plaintiff represents
that the conductor operated the car In
a careless manner by giving tho signal
to proceed before all of the passengers
bad alighted. Much of the evidence had
beert presented when court adjourned
for the day.
Republican State Committee Assigns
Orators to Webor County.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 10. The local campaign
committee of the Republicans has re
ceived from the state committee a com
plete list of the speakers who have been
assigned for meetings In Weber county
up to election day, November 5. While
tho dates have been assigned the places
of all the meetings have not yot been
selected. The speakers and their dates
are as follows:
Senator Reed Smoot, October 22 and
23; Senator George Sutherland, Novem
ber 2; Governor William Spry, October
2?; Congressman Joseph Howell. Novem
ber 2: Carl Badger, October 22 and 23
aqd November ; E. O. Lcatherwood,
November Judge J. E. Frlck, October
31. In addition to thesp, local candi
dates will addrees many mcctlqgo.
Body of Beese Arrives.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 10. The body of Frank
Reese, tho mining man who dropped dead
at Saline yesterday afternoon, arrived
In this city at 8 o'clock, this evening.
It was removed to the Lrkln underr
taking rooms, pending the arrangements
for the funeral.
Wife Asks Divorce.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 10. Alleging failure to
provide. Josle S. Larsen filed a com
plaint in the district court today bring
ing suit for dh'orce- against Soren N.
Lanjen. They were married nt Salem.
Idahor October 6, ipin. Tho.ro nro no
- children. Mrs. Iirsen petitions th court
for the right to resuino her maiden
name. Miss Joslc S. Dlckorson. With
her rotnplnlnt. Mrs. Larson filed an affi
davit of Impccunlonlty.
Democrats to Open Campaign.
Special to The Tribune-
OGDEN, OcL 10. Tho Democratic
campaign In Wcbor county will bn for
mally opened tomorrow night when
.lames M. Moyle of Salt Lake and ono or
two of tho local candidates will addresa
u meeting at the Mound Fort amusement
hall. On Saturday night there will be
meeting nt tho Fifth ward amusement
hull with Mr. Moylc as tho chief speaker.
The Kpcaklm: campaign throughout, tho
country districts has not yet been arranged.
K. of Ot to Givo Smoker,
Speelnl to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Ocl. .10. The members of Og
den council No. 77". Knights of Colum
bus, will clve a smoker ln connection
with the election of officers tomorrow
night to celebrate the removal of their
lodge iuarterr. from th Mooso hall on
Twenty-fifth street to the K. of P. hall
at Twenty-fourth street and Washing
ion avenue. This will be the first meet
ing in the new lodge rooms.
Academy Becoption Tonights
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 10. I'ndcr tho direction
of a committee composed of Joseph I3al
laiuyne. William M. McKay and Miss
Pearl C'ragun, preparations aro helng
mode for the annual reception of tho
Weber academy family to tho students
tomorrow night. Tho reception will bo
held in the academy auditorium, which Is
being decorated with autumn leavos and
pennants. This will bo tho first social
event of the academy year and will bo
entirely In charge of mombors of the
Bull Moosers Talk in Webor.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, OcL 10. George N. Lawrence,
Bull Moose candidate for attorney gen
eral, addressed a small crowd at the
headquarters on Twenty-fourth street
this afternoon. The. meeting was held
under the auspices of the Womon's Pro
gressive club. This evening a general
meeting was held with Mr. Lawrence as
principal speaker. Nephl L. Morris, can
didate for governor, will pay another visit
to Wcbor county tomorrow, when he will
address a meeting at North Ogden in
the evening and speak at Huntsvlllo Sat
urday evening.
Bepubllcan Women to Meet.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 10. The members of the
Women's Republican club of Weber
county will meet at. the headquartors on
Hudson avenuo at 2:30 o'clock Satur
dav afternoon (o hear addresses by
Judge J. A. Howell and N. J. Harris, can
didates for re-clootlon ln tho Second judi
cial district. There will be a musical
programmo in connection with the speaking.
Marriage Licenses Granted.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDE-N, Oct. 10. Marriage licenses
were grantod today to Frank P. Gabriel
of Nampa, Idaho, a.nd Miss Blanche Rex
of Lako City, la.; Wheatlcy LeRoy Wig
gins of Ogden, and Mary Montgomery
of North Ogden; Klrby Williams and
Miss Florence E. Wilson, both of Ogden;
Charles A Smith of Now York, and Mrs.
Frances E. Plcrco of Reno. Nov. The
latter couple were united In marriage this
afternoon by Judge J. A. Howell of tho
district court.
Heating Plant for Bailroad.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct, 10. Tho first Important
Improvement attempted since the sub
way was comploted Is now being made
at the Union passenger station by the
Installation of a modorn heating system.
The heating plant will bo located across
the passenger tracks and just south of
tho subway. In addition to furnishing
heat for the entire station building, the
plant Is to furnlBh steam for ncatlng the
passenger coaches parked In the yards.
Instead of coal, as at present, oil will
be used for fuel.
Foil sThree Holdups.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 10. Lawrence Turpln,
2601 Barlow avenue, a driver for the Og
den Steam laundry, told the police to
night that ho was the vlcthn of an in
tended holdup near the sanitarium. Ho
said he was stopped by threo men who
wore handkerchief masks as he was
driving a team toward tho city. Ono of
the men, Turpln said, asked hlra for a
ride to the city, but when he noticed
the maskB he whipped his horses and
For Passing Forged Check.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct 10 Thomas M. Wells,
27 years of age. was arrested tonight by
Detectives Robert Chambers and Rob
ert Burk on the charge of cashing a
forged check. The check bore the name
of the Clair-James Auto company. It
was for 55.50 a.nd was cashed at the
Crystal saloon.
Says Purse Was Snatehe4. !
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 10. While Ranghlld
Chrlstensen was waiting for a street car
tonight on Washington avonue, sho as
serts that a mail snatched her purse,
which contained a small amount of money.
NEW YORK. Oct. 10. Leaders of the
various political parties here "will consult
their attornleys this week as to tho legal
ity of tho practice of passing tho hat at
political meetings without making notes
of tho names of the contributors. It was
charged today that tho practice Is a vio
lation of the state election laws.
The custom of passing tho hat at politi
cal gatherings was started by tho Social
ists. It was taken up by tho Progressives
and others early in the prosent campaign.
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