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10 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920. s "
I' OGDEN'S QUOTA FOR BATTALION I FUND 80 PER CENT SUBSCRIBED; j -.' DR. A. C. CONDON WRITES POEM 11 Ogden's quota of the fund for the H Mormon Battalion mcmorinl has been H SO per cent subscribed, announced I James H. Douglas, local campaign I chairman today. Ogden was allotcd I approximately $12,000 nnd of this I amount $11,700 has been raised. I The following poem, written by Dr. A. S. Condon of this city and dedicated I to the late Judge Thomas D. Dee, was awarded the prize of ?100 in the Terrl lorial Memorial competition. It is published again at the request of the local committee in the interest of the Mormon Battalion fund campaign: The Mormon Higcra. 1847. By DR. A. S. CONDON. Where Florence by the river's bearded Hp Looks o'er the prairies, like a sea at rest, ' f- They .pledged themselves to ideal fcl- ; lowship t - These bold pathfinders to the mighty west. In visipn., born of dreams in troubled sleep, They saw the cross transfigured, and the crown; Saw red ravines 'where foes like shad j ows creep, And their white bones on deserls bare and brown, fcaw, too, the wastes low shelving, far away Where the dull sky shuts down its hollow rim, " And obscure roads, .hat blindly go I astray, ' ' ' I And sunken" landmarks, overgrown I and dim. " .. j In sleep they heard the savage mid night cry ' Kelt on their brows the wind's ' fierce pulses beat ' taw spectres of disaster ever nigh Dreamed of old scenes they never more would greet. But Hope saw" fields with leemfng life coulent. And clouds of billowing furnace fires aglow, And spangled meadow,' dyed" with flowers besprent,"" And valleys broad whose bounties overHow. Trusting in Him who faVhiuns all our., clay They, trod the wine u'CSa of a gricv ous task; ... lr And though their wknfcs pressed-sorely day by day, , ' i So was their ,-hsIpt-nor further: did they ask. ' ' ' ." , I But when the 'jour for "sundering .lies i I was come, T And hearts surcharged "whelmed 'j with resistless grief. J Then eyes looked v.-ords most elo I quenlly dumb. I And pity made the bravest fare wells brief. So turned their faces toward the hos tile plains lJ.;St'-'' With hungry hearts no, yhtnttu could appease; ' v Nor conquest ntfilM litreoselflsh pains, I ' :' ' ... Seduced t hem front; the pluasr.nt ways of case. Slow moving on the sore-tried; pilgrims fared, Faint of long fasts, athirst, and spent for rest; v ' Nor -noon's lgnesceut beams their venom spared, '-- Nor demon cyclones that tlic. plains infest. The lambent cloud across their troubled path Its storm-exulting banners flung on high, And HUi.phurous bolts were hurled with Jovian wrath From castellated bastions of the sky. O Captains, half reluctant to proceed, Turn not yet back the disenchanted tnrong; .Nor yet; the ghosts of fear are worthy j little heed These wastes must echo ' your tri j umphant song! " t. I Still on. while moous-lhriee waxed and J ' waned, and frost I Of April vanished in the summer's breath, i And- withered age, and lusty manhood lossed r j Through fevered nights, and bab J bling. talked w.ith Death. j Sometimes, like Incense wafted from a J lomb, Or some Joved. Presence in a'trou bled hour, Rose lair the purpling castus -sweet with bloom, j But horrent 'armed to guard . Ulc I . precious flower. - i , ) ; '. . . The uuvny bion. though a memory now. Whose iootprin'.s fade by Lethe's I 'Uorelfrss sea, r TheA cuuntiqss" us the -lofcves on sum- i fuer's bojgh, . ' -.-t .Swarmed ro-jnd the cliravan, and ; r wild as free. - . ' ' The. Iriixzard, vagrant prophet, of the j' ' plain. , With head,a-droop, low-flying near j the ground, . -.." Follower intent the slow, portentous ' train, . frsjsnarki a stnTckoa. sjj'p from, sqa ; "inbound. tIjo wee; frail 'bathe that-came to ricw ; the Bcene j An added care, but still welcome j guest Closed its sweet e:'cs of bluett b'.ue ; r.erene. Unmindful of the mother's torrow- i Statement of the Ownership, Manage-j: ment. Circulation, Etc. . ... - - - i i Required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912. j I of The Ogden -Standard, published every day except Sunday at Og-1 .den, Utah, for April 1, 1920. State of Utah, County of Weber, S3. j Before mc, a notary public, in and for the Stats and County! "aforesaid, personally appeared A. L. Glasmann, vho-haviug been! duly sworn according to lav, deposes and says that he is the pub- j Usher of the Ogden Standard, aiid that the following is, to the best' .of his knowledge and belief, a true statement cf the ownership, man- . agement (and if a daily paper, the circulation), etc., of the afore-, said publication for the date shown in the above caption, required : by the-Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the revrv of this form, to wit: ' 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, man aging editor, and business managers arc: Publisher, A. L. Glasmann, Ogdcn, Utah. ' D. J. G-reeuwell, Ogden, Utah. . i . Managing Editor, D, J. Greenwell, Ogden, Utah. ' Business Manager, A, L. Glasmann, Ogden, Utah. 2. That the owners are : (Givenames and addresses of individual ! owners, or, if a corporation, give its name and the names and ad-j dresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) A. L. Glasmann, R. C. Glasmann, Evelyn j .Glasmann, Wm. W. Glasmann, Ethel G. Clark. j 3, That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other securi ty holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of j bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: A. L. . Glasmann, R, C. i Glasmann, Evelyn Glasmann, Wm. W. Glasmann, Ethel G. Clark. 5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this pub-1 iication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid ubspribers during the six months preceding the date shown above is 8177, A. L. GLASMANN, Business Manager. 1 Sworn to and subscribed before mc thii Stli da oL' April, 1920. (SEAL) E. W. CANNADY, Notary Public. My commission expires December JO, 192.1. V -Statement of the Ownership, Manage ; f ment, Circulation Etc. I of The Ogden Examiner, published daily and Sunday at Ogden, I ' Utah, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Note-r This statement is to be made in duplicate, both copies to be I delivered by the publisher to the postmaster, who will send one copy lo the Third Assistant Postmaster General (Division of Classifica f lion), Washington, D. C, and retain the other in the files of the nostoffice. I Managing Editor, W. E. Zuppann, Ogden, Utah. General Manager, J. U. Eldredge, Jr., Ogden, Utah j I Utah. j ; Owners: (If a corporation, give names and addresses of stock holders holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock.) M. S. Browning G. L. Becker, R. B. Porter, J. U. Eldredge, Jr., Fred J. Kiesel Estatej Thos. D. Dee Estate, R. E. Bristol and J. M and M. S. Browning Co, of Ogden Utah; William Spry, D. C. Jackling, of Salt 1 Lake City, Utah; Philip Hamlin of Spokane, Washington. (i Known bondholders, mortagees, and other security holders, ' holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or i other securities: None. k Average number of copoies of each issue this publication sold or (5 distributed through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers dur- f ing the six months preceding the date of this statement. (This infor- P j mation is required from daily newspapers only.) 'j Daily , 5743 Sunday , 6108 J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., Business Manager. I 1 $Svorn and subscribed before mc Ibis Silt dav of April, 1920 U I (SEAL) E. W. CANNADY, Notary Public. jiy commission expires December 10, 1921. I , LIQUOR "KING" IS SHANGHAI-ED FOR TRIAL, IS CHARGE Charles Vincenll. Charles Vinccnti, president of tho Triaca Company of Baltimore, Md., and said to be the owner of the lnrg- j cat liquor stock in the world, was i hrought back trom the Bahhia.- by I U. S. officials to an3vcr a charge of j conspiracy to violate the wartime j prohibition law. His stock is stored I principally at Bimini. Bahama I Islands. His attorneys charge he i was virtually shanchai-ed from the i j British Isles by the revenue agents. i . . Ing breast. ' The swollen stream, mad roaring, strong and wide, Plowed deep the ford, full safe an hour before, Lured them, unwarned, into its treach . erous tide, To toss the. half-drowned wreckage to the shove.' Though dedicated' to a holy cause. It . could not )ill their yearning' thoughts repress; Foreboding fears made e'en the zealot .. pause; ' I aVnd hearts fell sick with prospects of distress. - I I J Toll-worn, but undismayed, at-last they stood j Whe:c Vulcan's - furrow through a I mountain lies. j And viewed a solitude thai henceforth i ' should j In their deft hands become a para j dise. I j Forthwith the hills stood out in em j orald green, '., And bird and blpom were- fairies of U ' , the vale. And whimpering brook?, their flowery j ' . banks bej.we.en,' j ,To listen Ing vinds told many a lov i . er's ule. . n'oi- hand Utopian wrought tho won-: . drpus spell, I Nor dream Alnaschran solved the ' people's fate. For eeryv;hero the scribes of hlslorv tell That purpose strong &L courage built a state. " ,0 thou Crusader of a sacred past, (" "Who sleep In silence and pathetic i dust," , 'To thee as lif'ds reward has come at j ! last . j j A people's love, safe from Time's j ; crumbKng rust. i jAnd y'c who yci but trembling hold! life's stage, ' , I Though glad 'y.oung bauds their lau-j j rclij still bestow-; (The high applause palls on the ear of ! ago '' I And through the halls the nickering! lamps burn low. ! Bid guests "Good Night:" Full sute the rising dawn Will cull to higher' still and better things; And then, with earth's green curtain round ye. drawn, Your robes will be a royal robe of kings. i ---oo COLORADO FARMER IS CHARGED WITH HIS VGUNG WIFE'S DEATH ! . WRAY, Colo- April S. Direct in j formation was filed- against Artie S. ilcKee, a rancher, today, charging him with the mqrder of. his twenty-three-year-old wife last Monday, lie de nied knowledge of the crime. The body waa found with a wound in the back of the head by a school teacher. The McKccs lived on a ranch seven teen miles southwest of this town, and it was in her own home that the body of Mrs McKeo was found, with her two-year-old daughter asleep across the prostrate form. According lo the husband, he had gone to a community mail box to get Use mull. On the return drive ho brought Miss Gladys IlUusy. a school teacher, home with him. She entered tho house berore Mclvee had unhar nessed the horses and found the doad woman. The teacher then saddled one of the horses and rode two miles to a telephone to summon a doctor. After he arrived he called the coroner and sheriff. Both Mclvee' and the school teacher deny any relationship between them selves except friendship. It is said that the main evidence against McKec Is that one shell was found to have been fired from his repeating aholEun- oo POSTMASTERS NAMED FOR WESTERN STATES WASHINGTON. April a, The presi dent yesterday nominated thsree Idaho postmasters: Arthur H. Potsch, Gen esee; Charles J. SimmouB, Qrangevllle, and Robert N. Milley, Oroflno. Fourth class postmasters' were ap pointed today as follows: Utah; Miles Curfew, Aurora, vice Arthur Cooper, resigned; H. Earl Bar, Junction, vice Celia Bay, resigned. Wyoming: Edward 0. Marquis, Metzler, vice F. C. Metr.Iqr, resigned. Idaho: Ruth E. Hardvick, Oxford, vice S. E, Croshaw, resigned. LONDON TIMES UPHOLDSFRANCE Expresses Indignation Over What They Term "Shame ful Exposition of Policy" LONDON, April 9 - The London Times, which has becnconsisicnlly distrustful of Germany and strongly antagonistic to Premier Lloyd George, this morning expresses extreme in dignation at the British government's attitude with regard to France's occu pation of German neutral territory as set forth In the "authoritative" siaie ment issued last night. "We seldom have read a more la mentable or more shameful exposition of British policy," says the newspeper. "Is this the return we are to make to France for all that she has done nnd suffered by our ide? We tremble j att he results of this scandalous an) nouncement". this exnloslon n incon-j ceivable folly, upon that union cf tho British and French peoples whereupon our rulers well know the stability of. the peace so dearly bought now chief-' ly depends." French in Error. I The Times regrets the French "cr ror in judgment" in aend'ng so many, i African troops lo Fiaukfort, saying this will give tho Gerrr.ar.s pretext for indignant protestations', but it i thinks that otherwise the French ac lion effected great good and "brought the Germans to heel." The newspaper then proceeds again to deplore the British government's declaration and says : "For the sake of no national inter est, no European interest; for the. sake cf nothing less Ignoble than small personal vanities hurl by the independent action of the French and of supposed personal and party inter 'ests. baser still, all that had been ac complished is jeopardized and lho30 I Anglo-French relation on which wo I hoped to rear the fabric of a new world have received the rudest shock liince they were founded by King Ed ward and M. Delcasse." Mail Assails L'.oyd George. The Daily Mail in a similar strain says the British people never will per jmit British friendship and the alliance with France to bn sacrflced lo aid Mr. ! Lloyd George "in a vote snatching I campaign." j Free-f or-Ali Oratory i Contest Confab Feature1 i i i . CHICAGO. April S. A" free-for-all' oratorical conin developed today when .S. E. Heberling, Internationa', president of the Switchmen's union, attempted at a meeting today to per j suado 500 strikers to return to work. I The meeting at '.first broke up, re ; formed and then melted away when Ilebcrling departtwl. Many times the union head was forced to quit talking j whiie tho crowd hooted. j "Wall street." and "Are you with us; or against ua?" the men shouted as 1 Heberling told them a strike wv: va3 unwise. "Walt and you will get the Incrcaso you need In a lawful faahlon.'" he urged, "Von arc under contract j with the railroads, and a strike would I be unlawful. -' Do you think switch-1 men arc bigger than the govern ment?" 'Patrick Henry and George Wash- ington were rebels, loo. one time," IS. i E.' Kerr. Chicago yardmen's assoeia-1 tlon organizer, answered. "You sayi we can't strike lawfully. But what, the masses say is law." I . nn NEW YORK EXCHANE STARTS AN INQUIRY KEW YORK, April 0. Tho New York stock exchange today started an investigation of this week's trading in Stromberg Carburetor and refused to accept Allan A. Ryan's terms for I settlement with other numbers of the exchange who wore short in Stulz Motor, as a consequent trading In the latter was suspended by the exchange. I no Strike Descends on j New Jersey Terminals NEW YORK, April 9. 'Hie north eastern section of tho United States was caught today in the backwash of the wave of unauthorized railroad strikes, emanating from Chicago. The strike descended upon New Jer sey railroad terminals near this city I yesterday without the slightest warn ing. Thousands of commuters home ward bound were caught in the rush, as switchmen in tho Jersey City yards quit and walkouts occurred iu raplnd succession on the lines of the Erie, Pennsylvania, Lackawanna and West Shore railroads. While more than 2.000 me'n wcro said to be involved In this vicinity alone, railroad officials professed to be optimistic and declared freight and i train service would be maintained. Of-j ficlalts of the Erie road in Jersey City donned overalls and helped expedite I the movement of m:lk trains. : oo Potatoes Not 031 Menu j of Denver Restaurants i DENVER, April 2. Potatoes are not on the menu of Denver's better res taurants today as the result of a de cision by the Denver Ilotel and Res taurant. Keepers' association last night that in justice to the pubjic potatoes be eliminated until "a substantial re duction" from the present prices Is made. Prince Feisal Appeals To President Wilson DAMASCUS, April 7. (Via Constan tinople: by The Associated Press) Prince Feisal, recently chosen king or Syria, has appealed to President Wil lon for recognition of the kingdom of Syria and given the president assur- It can t be done - ' 1 Ij The Sioux Indians wio stretched a lariat across the ) jH j Union Pacific Railroad in order to stop the running 3 " of trains weren't any more ridiculous than folks who 0 shout about high I ' V ' rf$Mi prices when the cost of 1 . - j 'WirF7 ctf0&' producing merchan- a B9 ' lOf ufj dise mounts through - J -Bkl T natura causes. , . Schloss. ' h fx ' IP Baltimore U m grpmm Clothes M Alii 1 ' 1 ' Spring are a little V i H rMlfilw - things thatgo into M : VI I Un ftTllI them are higher. j ' '-C3fil I " l lPjy ' We simply wouldn't j ' HH s tsfSW- ' lower their standards j I " Wmm I A Sch loss T Baltimore j. f I IIk I il 0- Clothes are made to j ' BPl! p. w'ife' measure up ' to an I JByi j scToss WMW' -- ideal-as inflexible ; Wv j! BR0SrNf: co W and uncompromising t 1 EH i j S ' as Honor itsdf- I .Mmi I 0 Sale in Ogdcn by the BC"'t- Goliee Rule MercaoSile Co. lJk: ances of the protection of the rights of all foreigners there. Feisal said in his appeal that Syria could not exist divided into four sec tions as arranged by the allies and consequently the establishment of an independent kingdom was the only means by which the Arabs could at tain the justice and rights promised them by the allies, especially Great Dritain, in consideration of Arab parti cipation in the var against the cen tral powers. oo Split Between Carranza and Huerfa Is Averted AGUA PRIETA. Sonora, Mexico, April 0. The military here today an nounced that fifteen hundred state troops sent to the Sonora-Slnaloa boun dary lines to intercept any attempt on the part of General Manuel Diegue. forces have been recalled by the de la Huerta administration, the threat ened break between dc la Huerta and President Carranza having been averted. oo Bristol Named on G. 0. P. Committee i Ralph E- Bristol of Ogdcn has beciij appointed member of a special Repub lican committee to select a temporary chairman for the Republican state convention at Price, May 5, which Will elect delegates to the national conven tion. Others on the committc aro John ( Jensen and Hurry S. Joseph of Snll Lake, Harvey Cluff of rovo and Hen-! ry Walch, chairman of the state He- j publican committee. Tho committee j will'' meet with Mr. Welch at S p. m. Saturday in his office in Republican headquarters at the Ilotel L'tah to elect the chairman and to effect a temporary organization for the entire Price convention. uu j Care of Railroad j Material Is Urged'! Calling attention to the unusually high prlcc3, E. 15 Calvin, vice presi dent of the Union Pacific system in charge of operation, has Issued a cir cular letter to employes, cautioning them to be economical in the use of materials. Farm Labor Supply 95 Per Cent Normal Farm labor supply in Utah is 05 per cent of normal and 9S per cent or last year, according to reports submit ted to M. M. Justin, agent. f i'ne bur eau of crop estlhiates, who reports: "The uemahd for farm labor is e. tlmated by reports as 102 per cent o normal and OS per cent of last year. No sections of the slate show any con siderable departures from the general l-figures. : "The condition of winter wheat on April 1 was 9S per cent of normal, compared with 32 per cent December 1 and 9G per cent a year ago. Utah rye Is reported as 09 per cent of nor mal. December 1 tho condition was 91. and last year 91 per cent of normal. "In the case of breeding sows in Utah, the number is estimated at S5 per cent of last year, or about 13.000 The number was estimated at 16,000 last year and the year before. The ' present number is about the same as 'in 1817. The greatest increase is l I shown in the Uintah basin and tht KlMlraB southeast section of the tsate." BMtmBflM: You need it everybody needs it rapfiriEs IToIlistcr's Pocky Mountain Tea tlii; IBnf Spring. Without fail try this famous MBgljgpgp Spring Cleanser fiz-ik. A. Jl. Mclu BSnvfSM lyre Drug Co. Advertisement. jHitftSw! Anyone can make good bis- jBv"" cuits if they use Holley's Self- 'HF-' Rising Flour. Sold by all lead- Re The best way to kill time profitably BfijBS to employ it. 'IHkA EMMERSON RECORDS For April are surely wonderful. Such stars as Eddie Cantor, Sterling BfcPi Trio, Walter Scanlan., Arthur Fields, Irving & Jack Kaufman, Six BK' s&vfcp&F' Brown Bros., Tho Imperial Three and many others make the April jfj! Special Reduction mltlM All Guitars, Ukes and Banjo Ukes reduced 10 per cent including three '1'' lessons free. Now Is the time to get an instrument for your summer ' vacation or camping trip. HR'l; f; ' Ukes from $4 50 Up IIB' Guitars from $12.00 Up ':y Bf ' ft SHEET MUSIC Bfll , All this week and this week only jB) : i This includes all the latest hits' " Ku-'f THE SONG SHOP WB I, '"J'he little store with fhe big stock" j j SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE liP UTAH HOT SPRINGS 11 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY HOT JilP SATURDAY i SUNDAY Ij Leave Ogdcn ; Leave Ogden tMW' 12:30 P.M. 12:30 P.M. Rfl$ 3:30 P. M. 2:30 P. M. 5:30 P. M. 3:30 P. M. ' Kf'o 6:30 P. M. 4:30 P. M. 7:30 P. M. 5:30 P. M. K&W 8:3D P. M. 6:30 P. M. RPIl 9:00 P. M. 7:30 P. M. P ; 8:30 P. M. HBP' All trains leave Ogden 9:00 P. M. W : from Interurban Terminal . , TJ . " j - Last car leaves riot Hr 'J- o ROUND Springs for Ogden at 12 B;- J iJt TRIP P. M. (Midnight). J BfeiLi