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' - THE OODEN STANDARD, OODEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1913. Wllllrm GUsmann. Publisher. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. iUibnsliecl 1570. j This paper will always fight for progress and reform. !t will not know ingly tolerate Injustice or corruption and will alwavs figbt demagogues of aii parties, it will oppo? privileged ciassea and public plunderer?. 1 ll never lack sympathy wl the poor, It will alwavg remain devoted to the public welfare and will never be sat isfied with merely printing news, it will always be drastically Independ ent and will never bp afraid to attack wrong, whether committed by the rich or the poor. The official paper of Ogden Cltr anil Weber County. All legal notices authorized by law to be published bj said city and county will appear ex clusively la the Evoning Standard. I WITHOUT FALSE PRIDES. A writer In Woman's World de clares he ll not ashamed to be hu man. He Is Dr Frank Crane and this Is how he expresses his love of that which Is natural "Whatever else I may be ashamed of lt me not be ashamed of being human. I may well blush for my lit tie store of knowledge, for It might have been greater, and for my imper fect wisdom which might have been Bounder, for my sins, that might hae been fewer, and for my righteousness which Is paltry enough "For excesses, lacks and want of balance, I may be Justly blamed, but for any genuine human feeling I have no right to hang my head. So I dare say. frankly., that I love to eat and to drink I love woman and the child, I love my slippered ease and a chat with good company. T love adventure and the shining sail, I love a rousing book, a clever pla; and a fair fight. "And whatever pride or Joy Is built upon the contempt of others I hate "The best part of the heritage the twentieth century brings me Is the privilege of being wholly human and not ashamed of it." rr - I CURB MARKETS BEING ESTABLISHED. Los Angeles has what Is known as curb markets, conducted by the city under a "superintendent of markets One of the Los Angeles papers has this to say of the new movement "There seems to be no doubt that those alreadv established have been i r success, and despite organized and determined opposition If others can be established at no further expense, or only nominal expense, the people should have the benefits that are shown to come as the result of the city serving at middleman. "For a city of such expense as Los Angeles the right policy has been adopted in the creation of the mar ket system Anything like a central enterprise compelling people to go many miles was of doubtful utility. The plan to take the marketa as near as possible to the homes could hardly ; fail of success and the popularity of the 6teps already taken should occa sion no surprise, since the prices have been attractive to the thrifty. "An Increase in the number of mar kets and In the territory they cover I STRIKE! Ho put K over, are putting it over, too giv ing full value-real ehoosat-lafactlon-style Is there end wearing qualities are sjplen dld. Get In the gome. Seethe PACKARD dealer and have your shoe troubles ClARKS' . I Involves nice questions of adjustment between demand and supply so thai i the attendance of both housewife and farmer shall be mado profitable. We are on a fair road to work out a 'Los Angeles way' in the solution, of the high-cost problem, and as far as the steps give a reasonable promise , of greater success they should be sup ported " The Standard is studying the Los ; Angeles system and soon will present the results of Its investigation WHY THEY OPPOSE THE INITIATIVE. President Taft does not think well of the initiative, principally because Roosevelt has spoken in favor of that doctrine. Now the Republican paper of the country are echoing Taft's ob jections, which causes the Logan : .Journal to say: The Deseret News joins other Re- publican organs In expression of the I belief that the Initiative must fail be cause the. masses have not sufficient I Intelligence to properly use It. citing in proof that In Provo and elsewhere.; some who had signed petitious ask ing for a resubmission to the voters of the wet and dry question, after ward withdrew their names, making, the claim that they did not know what they were signing. To assume1 that a majority of citizens belong to the "know nothing'' class, because ai 'few are ignorant or weak enough to I succumb to subsequent pressure and i repudiate their voluntary acts, sub- ; j stantlatep the Republican theory that the people are not qualified for self I government, and that law-making Is a I class function to be performed only I by the elect few It Is a reiteration I of the "rich and well born" theory, and a repudiation of democracy. VJ LOBSTERS NORTH OF THE GREAT SALT LAKE. North of Ogden and west of Wll lard Is a large body of water that varies from fresh to salt water, ac cording to the distance from the point of mingling of the waters of the river and the Great Salt Lake The government is planning to transplant the eastern lobster In the waters of the Pacific ocean and be ginning this year, carloads of female lobsters from the eastern hatcheries are to be shipped through Ogden to San Francisco One carload might be placed on the edge of the fresh water that forms the north fringe of the Great Salt Iake Since the construction of the Ogden Lucln cutoff there is a large area of water near the mouth of the Bear river, containing about the nam" proportion of salt as the ocean. That should be a favorable spot for lob ster cultivation. oo ENGLISH WOULD NOT FIGHT FOR JAPAN. The English papers suddenly have discovered that, If war were to break out between the United Stales and Japan, Great Britain's offensive and defensive alliance with the Mikado would embarrass the English beyond measure "The prospect of a war in which Great Britain would be fighting for a principle that is an anathema to her own dominions." says the London Spectator, "is causing much anxleiv throughout the British empire." Although It believes the possibili'y of war's breaking out or of Gre?t Britain's being a party to It through ' her alliance with Japan to be vague, the Spectator declares: "We doubt whether ' the empire could survive such an outrage to the feelings of a large and Important part of ItB white population " The Saturday Review is somewhat ! jealous of America and advises Great ; Britain to stand by the alliance, "be cause America Is working for supre macy In the Pacific on lines that are I unfriendly both to Great Britain and : Japan." The government or iireat Britain might follow that advice, but the peo ple would never respond to calls to arms in such a conflict of the Asiatic agaln6t a country in which English blood has played so important a part. But, what is equally Important, '.here would b considerable danger to England's future Involved In an at tack ou the United States A war with this country might cripple Eng land's foreign trade, upon which that country's very existence depends Furthermore, th English colonies, particularly Canada and Australia, never would sanction an Imperial poli cy, the success of which would lm peril their own security by opening their doors to the Asiatic hordes MAY FESTIVAL SHOULD BE WELL ADVERTISED The May festival at the School for the Deaf and Blind was so great a success as to inspire the hope that ' I around this annual event at the state I Institution may be built a May Day 1 festival which would Include all tal ent In Ogden and bring to this city the people of the entire state. There were hundreds present last evening from Salt Lake and else whan and they were delighted with! the entertainment. Professor Jacob Bolln of the University of Utah, af ter seeing the dances of the chil dren, declared the ace of diamonds and the Ostagota polka of the folk dances were wonderful, and he is a! most competent critic, being the uni versity's Instructor in physical eul- ' lure. Some of those present freely otated that the dancing of the deaf and blind was a revelation, and many Of the primary teachers of the Mor- ' mon church from distant points, who came up from the convention in Salt, I Lake, said tbe festival was the most impressive thing they had seen on their journey away from home. This May festival should be shared with the people of the entire state and the Standard ib In favor of the Weber club taking up the publicity lend next year in order to widely ad- I ' vcrtlse this delightful educational j treat. oo WORLD'S MARKETS WALL STREET. New York, May 24 Stocks barely moved when trading was begun 10 dav Most of the leaders were lower by small fractions Pennsylvania touched a new low figure at 109)4, Canadian Pacific opened with a sal? of 1.000 shares at 23.r.4 to 236. a max j Imum decline of two points Louis and San Francisco, second pre ferred, which has been especially weak recently, rose n-8 11 a m Expectations of an early announcement of a Ilarriman separ tlon agreement caused heavy buylngc Of Southern Pacific and Union Pa cific, which lifted them one and two points respectively The whole mar ket was benefited by their show of Strength Louisville gained 2 and I active issues half a point or more Close: The market closed strong The early rise In Union Paclfc and Southern Pacific proved to be the be ginning of a general forward move ment Bear operators were taken unawares by the manifestation of strength, following yesterday's lm- provement Recent movements hae been alternately up and down, and ; on the assumption that today would witness a reversal of yesterday's ad rahce, trader? sold at the commence ment of business Accumulation of the Harrlman shares, especially Un!- I on Pacific, on a large scale gave rise to a more general belief that a solu tion of the problem involved In th separation of the system was a1 hand The Impetus lent by the up turn In these stocks permeated the , llBt, even the St Louis and San j Francisco Issues rallied, after tempo I rary weakness Union Pacific rose 3 points. Southern Pacific 2 and other standard stocks one to two points. Bonds were firm Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City Mo May 24. Cattle -Receipts 200 market steady Na tlve steers. $7.25 8.65; southern 6teers. 6.76g7.60 southern cows and heifers, $4.6007.00 native cows an.) heifers. $4 f"'ft B 2r Blockers and feed j ers. 6,60O8.10; bulls. $6 76 fj 7 25 cahes. $6.60910.00; western steers, $6.752.". Acstern COWS, $4.50 j 7.00 Hogs- Receipts. 1 500; market ptrong Bulk, $8.46 8.55; heavy, $8.45 S?i2L2 packers and butchers, 4 08.56 lights. $8.508.60; pits, 1 2:. 7.7f Sheep Receipts none: market stea dy to strong Muttons $4 006.50: Colorado lambs. $7 00ff2S.fi5: ranee wethers, and earlif.ee, 4 1 7 range ewes, $4. 00 (j 6.00. Chicago Livestock. Chicago. May 24. -Hogs Receipts. ,12 0011 Market fairly active. Bulk $8.55&S.60; light, $8.4008.65; mixed. $8.3nS f.2 4 heavy $8.058.27V4; rough. $8.06 08.20; pigs. $6.50 08.30. Cattle Receipts. 400; market stea dy. Beeves. $7.10 8 86 . Texas steers. $6.76 7.70; western Bteers (7.00O8.15; stockers and feeders. ?5SO8.0O, cows and heifers. $3 v" a 7.90; calves. $7.25 10.00 Sheep Receipts. 1 000 . market stea dv. Native, $5 2tf? 6 00 , western. $5.3006.00; yearlings. $6.0006 1 ambs. native, ?5. 757 60, western. 25 Q 7.65. Omaha Livestock. South Omaha. May 24. Cattle Re ceipts 1 200 ;market steady Native steers. $7.0017 8 50; cows and heifers $6.007 65; western steers, $6 50 I 7.76; Texas steers $6.00 07.26; cows ?nd heifers. $5 50(5 7 35; calves. $7.00 (ft. 19.00 Hogs Receipts 5.600; market high er Heavy. $8,30 0 8 45; light. J4 15 08.60; pigs $7 0O'n8.0O; bulk of salr-s, ? 1 'n 1 r, Sheep Receipts. 100; market te dv Yearlings $i 7" 7.25: wethera. $6J506.78; lambs. $7.8008.50. Chicago Livestock. Chicago Mi 24 Renewed fear of crop damage southwest made wheat prices today tend to harden Open ing figures varied from half lower to quarter cents advance. July, which at the outset was unchanged to a shade higher at 90 to 90Q90 l-8c. rose to 90 3-Sc July corn opened the same as last night to l-8c off at 57l to 57 5-Sc, and declined to 57 3-Stfj57He. July oats started unchanged to l-8c lower at 38 1 4 to 38 8-8c, and sagged to 37 7-8Q38c. First pales of provisions were at last night's level to 2C u:. with Sep tember. $19 50 for pork $1110 to $11,121 for vard, and $11.12 foi ribs. New York Stock List. (Last Sale) Amalgamated Copper 75 7-8 American Beet Sugar 30 American Cotton Oil M - Amer. Smelt. & Refining 09 1-8 American Sugar Refining ... - 111 3-4 American Tel & Tel 129 5-8 Anaconda Mining Co 38 Atchison 19 7-8 Atlantic Coast Line, bid 122 Baltimore & Ohio 98 3-4 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 92 3-8 Canadian Pacific 237 Chesapeake & Ohio 65 7-8 Chicago & Northwestern bid 129 1-2 Chicago. Mil & St Paul .108 8-41 Colorado Fuel & Iron, bid ... 31 Colorado & Southern, bid . . 88 Delaware A Hudson .. 16" Denver & Rio Grande, bid ... 17 l-2i Erie 28 5-8 1 General Electric 140 1-8 Great Northern pfd 127 3-4 I! ffT INDEPENDENT MEAT COMPANY jffl H 1 2420 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 23 Jill I HP "Never-Rip" Overalls! Made in Ogden-Take No Other j I I We employ 150 Osden boys and girls, manufacturing "Never Kip" Overalls and Coals. j I They Are Made In Men's, Youths' i Boys' and Kids' Sizes When you are buying Overalls give us your support. Read the guarantee, which you will find in one of the pockets of every pair. i i " W. H. Wright & Sons1 Company j I. L.Clark & Sons' Company Buchmiller & Flowers Fred M. Nye Company I For Sale by: ( Watson-Tanner Company r J Horrock Brothers I ( Benowitz Brothers John McCready John Seowcroit & Sons, Manufacturers Great Northern Ore Ctf6 34 8-81 Illinois Central U6 l-j Intcrborough-Met 14 5-8, Preferred M Inter Harvester bid 104 1-2 Louisville & Naslr-llle .185 1-4 Missouri Pacific . 85 1-8 Missouri Kansas & Texas, blJ. 23 1-4 Lehigh Valley 157 5-8 National Lead, bid 48 New York Central 100 3-8 Norfolk & Western, bid .. .106 Northern Pacific 115 3 4 Pennsylvania 110 People's Gas 109 3-4 , Pullman Palace Car. bid 154 Reading 162 7'8 Rock Island Co 19 Preferred 32 1-2 Southern Pacific 9? !-& Southern Railway 2 I'nlon Pacific 154 ' ! United States Steel 60 t-8 Preferred 106 Wabash 2 1 Western Union 6" Money. New York. May 24 Money on call Nominal no loans Time lonns Steadv. Sixty days ,.';Tz4 percent. 90 dayfi 8 8-44 per ent, 6 months, 4', 4 3-4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5V4 DOT ,ont. sterling exchange steady with actual business in bankers' bills at 1 1 I for 60-day bills, and at $4.86.40 for demand Commercial bills. $4.82 ft, Bar silver. 60 l-4c Mexican dollars. 48r Government bonds Steady. Rii'--road bonds Firm Metals. Ncnv York, May 24 The metal mar kets were dull and nominally un changed. Lake copper, $16 00; elec tronic ?l5.S7Mil6 00; casllui. $15.62Vi Iron Unchanged Sugar. New York, May 24 Raw Sugar Steady Muecovado $8.7702.80; cen trifugal, $8.2608.30; molasses, 82.50G 2 55; refined, steady Professors In Egypt are paid at the 1 rate of $4 a month LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of the intention of said Board of Commissioners to make the follov. Ing described Improvements, to wit. To create 25th street from the east side of Washington avenue to the cast side of Harrison avenue as a paying district, and to pave the same with either asphalt Utah Rock as-, phalt. bitulithlc or Dolarwav pave ment with the neces6arj concrete foundation, together with all neces Bar excavating and gradln? therefor. and to defra the whole or me cosi thereof, estimated at S40.512.00. be ing $4 00 per lineal front foot for the 10,123 lineal front feot affected, by a local assessment upon the lots and i-ieces of ground within the follow fog described district, being the dis trict hereby declared to be benefit ted and affected by said improve ments: A strip of land 50 feet wide abutting on both sides of said 25th street, be ing parts of lots 1 to 5 Inclusive block 26. lots 1 and 2. block 27. Les ter Park, block 28. lots 6 and 7, block 15; lots 6 to 10 Inclusive, block 16: and lots 6 and 7. block 17. all :n plat 'A"; lots 6 and 7. block G; lots 6 to 10 Inclusive, block 6; lots 1 and 2. block 7 and lots 1 to 5 inclusive, block 8, all In plat 'B", lots 6 and I 7. block 25; lota 1 to 5 inclusive. ; block 32. all In plat "C". lots 1 to 4 inclusive, Kershaw's Subdivision of block 31, plat "C ". lots 1 to 6 Inclu sive, block 1. and lots 1 to 5 Inclu sive, block 2. Eccles' Subdivision, lots j 40 to 52 inclusive. Capitol Block Sub division, lots 31 and 32, Riders' Sub division of block 21. plat "C"J lots 1 and 2 and 51 and 52. CoreyB' Subdi vision and lots 6 to 10 inclusive. Brlnker & Hochstetler's Subdivision, all of Ogden Cltv Survey Ail prottBla and objections to the earning out of such intention must be presented In writing to tbe City Re corder on or before thp 16th day of June. 1013. at 10 o'clock a. m . that being the time set by the board of commissioners when they will hear and consider such objections as may be made thereto at the mayors of fice ai the City hall. Ogden City. Utah By order ot the P.oard of Commit; sioners of Ogden City. Utah Dated this 19th dav of May, 1813 A G FELL. Mayor H J ( R W BN, Citj Engineer First publication May 23, 1913 Last publicat'on. June 14. 1013. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Engineer, in the City Hall Ogdn City. Utah, up to and including Monday. June 16, 1913, at 10 o'clock a m . at which time said bids will be publicly opened and read aloud, for furnishing the ma terials and doing the work of paving refferson avenue from the south side of 25th street to thp north side of 27th street with n 4 inch concrete base and 3- inch asphalt wearing surface, or a 4- lnch concrete base with a 2-in?h I Utah Rock Asphalt wearing surfa.-'e, together with the necessary grading i and excavating therefor to be knou n as paving district No 105. All work to be done tinder plans and specifications prepared by the City Engineer and approved by the Board of Commissioners. Plan6. specifications and full infor mat ion can b" had upon application to the City Engineer after June 5, 1913 The right is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive any de fects. By order of the Board of Comor's sioners H T. CRAVEN City Engineer First publication. May 23. 1913 Last publication. June 14. 11- SUMMONS, Tn the District Court of Weber County. State of rt;ih John T Maione. plaintiff vs. Thom as Lanktree. defendant The State of Utah to the said De fendant You nre hereby summoned to ap- i pear within twenty 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 action; and in case of your failure so to do. Judgment will be rendered against you accord ing to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court This action is brought to recover a Judgment cancelling a certain mortgage dated May 18th, 1889, for $5000 00, given by one John A Boyle, as Trustee . to Thomas Lanktree, and to quiet plaintiff's title in Ihe lands described in said com plaint, to which reference is hereby made. H II HENDERSON. Plaintifrs Attorney P. O. Address. 215 F"irst National Bank, Ogden, Utah, .. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Engineer, in the City Hall, Ogden City, Utah, up to and including Monday, June 16, 1813. at 10 o'clock a. m . at which time said bids will be publicly opened and read aloud, for furnisblug materials and doing the work of paving with as phalt. Wall avenue from the south side of 21st street to the south side of 23d street, and Lincoln avenue from the south side of 25tb street to the south side of 2Cth street. In the man ner following, to-wlt- On Wall ave nue from the south 6ide of 21st street to the south side of 23d street, grade and pave and build curbs and gutters On Lincoln avenue from the south side of 25th street to the south side of 26tb street grade and pave. To be hereafter known as pavlnc district No 106 All work to be done under plans and specifications pre pared by the City Engineer and ai proved by the board of commission era Plans, specifications and full Infor mation can be had upon application to lUe luy engineer mier June 6. ISlS The right is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive any defects By order of the Board of Commis sioners. H J CRA EN. City Engineer j First publication. May 23, 1913. ' Last publication, Juno 14, 1913. NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW. A. G Fell. T Samuel Browning and) Joseph C Nye. commissioners of Og- , den City, Utah, sitting as a board o. I equalization and review of the spf" &1 and local taxes to be levied and as-! sessed by ordinance upon property i shutting both sides of Van Rurcn av nue. between 26th and 27th streets, i Patterson avenue between Washing-1 ton and Grant avenues, and Lincoln avenuo between L'6th and 27th streets, known as Sewer District No. 115, hereby give notice that list of prop erty in said district to be taxed has 1 been completed and they will meet j at the Mayor's office. City Hall. Og den. Utah, from 9 o'clock a m. to 5 o clock p m for five consecutive I days, commencing May 26. 1913. to and Including May 31, 1913. and will remain in session on each of these I days during said hours for the pur- ! pose of hearing any person feeling ag grieved, and to make correction of an ! tax deemed unequal or unjust, and i during the sitting of said board said lists of property and the taxes pro posed shall then and there be open I for public Inspection. By order of the I 'board. 1 A G. FELL. Mayor. I First publication, May 23. 1913. Last publication. May 29 1913. I For Graduation All linen and summer Dresses I 25 OFF : See Our Special Window Display HARRY REINSHRIBER, Mgr. Take Notice of Your Collars We have recently installed one of the NEW PROSPER ITY COLLAR MOULDERS. This machine moulds your turn-over collars to the proper shape. There is no rub or friction on the edge ; hence your j collars will last much longer than when done in the ordinary way. ! ' ' : S! The top edge of the collar, where it is turned over, is not sharp but is slightly rounded. More space is given all along between the inside and outside of the coDar. Thus you will th find there is ample tie space, and it is easy to adjust the tie to J proper position. It makes the tie easy in any collar. Jj Notice the smooth edg every collar just the same A I m collar with a rough edge is an impossibility. bu You will be doing your friends a favor by telling them th, about our perfect collar work. &u by Troy Steam Laundry Co. I Ph0" 2538 Wall Ave.