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THE OODEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913. 5 WS
I THE FINE ART
Rev. Thomas Parker Boyd, author oT
The How and Why of the Emmanuel
Movement," and The Voice Eternal, "
tuA editor of the Emmanuel Press, and
head of the Emmanuel Institute of
Health In San Francisco, will Rive B
Iflj lecture both Sunday morning and eve
ning at the Church of the (lood Shep
herd Theee lectures will be the first
of a series, the general subject of
which Is. "The Fine Art of Being
Well ' Under this general head. '
Dr. Bod will deal with as many of
the following subtopics as time will
1. "Mazes and Phases of Disease
and Its Cure in All Ages "
kj 2. "Tho Spiritual Philosophy or
3. "The Mental Philosophy of
Ot 4 "The Physical Philosophy of
6. "Practical Methods to Secure
M and Retmn Health "
6. "The Church's Message of
7. "The Emmanuel Gospel."
8. "As a Man Thinketfa "
9. "The Great Within '
10 "Self Mastery.'
11 "How to Bring Down n Son. ot
Suggestion in Child Training."
12 "Supra Normal Forces."
Rev. Thomas Parker Boyd In tho
June number of "The Emmanuel
'Is It Worth While?
"To take a young woman, unable to
walk, and apparently doomed to spend
the rest of her life in the county
infirmary and in rem weeks cause
her to walk and he able to take her
( place as a wage earner?
"To take a man so in the grip of
drink that he was unable to keep
L 60ber or to attend to business, and
t-i put him in control of himself 80
that he can go forth to stand against
temptation and take his place in the
world of achievement9
"To take a girl with epilepsy and
set ber free from the terrible mental
and physical obsession that was un
fitting her for an place in life?
"To take boys and girls with St.
Vitus dance and cmusc them to go
about their work in full control of
every voluntary action7
"To take men and women who have
J failed and show them tho laws of
success, inspire them with confidence
and send them forth to succeed?
"To heal people of all sorts of men
tal and physical ills, and fit them to
take up their work in life with new
zest and happiness?
"To take men and women ho have
lost their qrip on God and their wpv
in the world, dispel the clouds, and
cause them to see again the Sun of
, Richieousness and hope, and to go
forth to achievement !
"To take those obsessed with fears
rnd worries that have unfitted thern
H f-r any successful coping with life's
r' fairs, and cause them to put their
jj ! -mis into that of the great Phy
ian and face the world with eon-
V, To .--.use men to sep that the phy-
n may be Cod's man as truly as
the clergyman is, and to realize that
they do not need to go outside of the
church to find any good that this
life may hold?
"These thlncs e are doing at the
Emmanuel Institute of Health, and
each of these items is multiplied man.
times over These are the fruits b;,
which we are willing to be known 1
COME ANE AN A'
Caledonians of Ogden and Salt Lake
will give their annual outing at La
goon Thursday, August 14th. Scottish
sports. Highland dancing and a fine
musical progrnm has been arranged
for Round trip 25c
Fifty (ho imported German books
by the best of German writers will be
pla ed on the Carnegie librarv shelves
Some time ago. G L Becker was
asked b Rev Carver to help with
furnishing the German readers, and
especially those who could only read
German, with good books Mr Beck-1
i r after learning the need, instructed
Rev. Carer to secure a list of books
This list was ordered from Germany
and is now here.
The books cover a wide range of
subjects and authors Modern books
and German masterpieces, novels, bi
Ography, travel, poetry, drama and
hooks on the Germany of today, as
well as the past Books for children
and adult Schiller. Goethe, Luther.
Uhland, Lessing. Wagner. Hoffman.
Bismark, Grimm, Hautpmann and
many others are on the list as au
thorg Books of folklore, books of
poetry, and short stories, Lives of Bis
mark. Schurtz Goethe and Schiller.
Llither, Emperor William the Gron;
as well as the living ruler
One book that should be welcomed
is n ver complete German song book
containing the soups and music tho
Germane have used in all ages
The demand for these books have
been great and they will be welcome
in many homes where some cannot
The demand is constant for hooks
in the Danish and Dutch language and
it is expected that some one will sup
ply this need The Danish Brother
hood and Mr Rasmussen are at
work to secure the Danish books
Washington, Aug 2 Acting Sec
retary Rooseelt has written compli
mentary letters to Captain W S.
Benson, commander of the Battleship
Utah during the last year, to Com
mander H F Harrett. commander of
the torpedo boat Flotialla, and to En
sign lames, commanding the subma
rine D-3 the vessels which won the
engineering trophies in their respec
tive classes during the competition
Were to Have Held Up the Ogden Rapid Transit Company's Of
fice, But There Were Too Many Persons Present Officer Swan
son, Getting the Drop on the Desperadoes, Prevented a Killing,
as the Bandits Were Determined to Use Their Guns.
Sheriff T. A DeVine, Deputy Sher
iff George Leatham, Sheriff E. E
Butters of Morgan and Patrolman Os
car Swanson, in automobiles, yester
day evening conveyed to the state
penitentiary Thomas Martin. James
Maxwell and Os-.ir McSwiggln, arriv
ing at the penitentiary at 8.3.0 The
men will likely serve a life sentence
for the robbery of the Blel butcher
shop in this city, .Inly 21 Judge
Howell gave them an indeterminate
sentence and it is now with the board
of pardons to fix the tenure, th'
statute proyldlng that it cannot be
for less than five years.
Sheriff DeVine states that the 'rip
to the penitentiary with the had men
was uneventful and the desperate
fellows made no effort to get away.
They were handcuffed, of course, and
fully realized that they would have
much the worst of an attempt to get
awav. The officers wore all heavil)
armed and they gave the men no
chance at any time to make a break
That the men are desperate was
indicated by McSwiggln who Btated
on the way down, that there would
have been some shooting on the day
of the robbery had not Officer Swan
son had the drop on him In Burt's
store when the arrest was made
"H e surely would have done some
killing." said McSwiggln, "had not
Officer Swanson got the drop I could
plainly see that he was level-headed
and meant business, so I did not
start anything. Believe me, though,
that there would have been something
doinc in Ogden had we not been
causht at a disadvantage We did
not like the looks of that man Swan
son He was as cool as a cucumoei
and we were certain that he would
have shot things up some had we nor
MrSwigpin was njilto talkative and
told the sheriff that he and his pals
had planned a big haul in Ogden. He
said that everything looked easy to
them and they figured on getting a
nood supplv of money The capture
at Burt s store, however, checked
the whole proceedings Had they
been successful, McSwipgin said, they
would have carried on a series of
highway robberies during the week.
And the fellow expressed r.'r.'t that
he did not kill the one who Inter
fered with the plans Then," he
said, ' 'hey could have copped our
tops off and it would have been all
The man stated they had planned
to hold up the Rapid Transit station
on Twenty-fourth and Washington
avenue. Sunday evening. but plans!
were thwarted by the presence of a
patrolman and a large crowd Mc
Swiggln and Maxwell spent much of
Sunday at the Hermitage and alonp
the Ogden Rapid Transit, Bizing UJ
the situation, before attempting the
Holdup in the evening MeSwigcin
said that they had observed the clerk
during the week count out as much
as a thousand dollars and it looked
good to them They were goinc to
bold up the clerk and then place him
in the vault for safekeeping
The men would have made a mis
take Sundav evening, says Clerk
Foulger. as he was not there and the
safe was locked and there was no on--,
in the station who had the combina
tion There was not much rrUbney at
the station that evening
Manager Kline, listening to the
comment said he was there with no
money and no combination to the
! vault, In which event had the rob
berj made the call, he likely would
have been hammered up by the fel
lows. Shortly after McSwiggin had hen-,
taken from his cell, Deputy Sherlfl
Ellsworth discovered a piece ot poe
try which had been written on
George McFadden who was commit
ted to the state, mental hospital af
ter Information charging him with
burglar ami theft had been fll"'l
auaiust In in MeFadden occupied the
i padded cell which adjoined the cell
n . upied h McSwiggln 'I he fellow
had tobl of his flhtim; abilities and
his man lies w ith all the heavy
weights of the country, declaring he
had traveled the world over and had
met wiih many people. McSwlggtn's
eerses on the insane talks of McFad
There's a great commotion in our
jail the excitement is intense
A burplar s landed in the dump, his
.Lp'Ts are immense
lies traveled the country from east
He's always lived on the ery best ;
He's worked at a million differ, nt
He's worked on the stage and up In
He's climbed aloft and unfurled tlv
nd he's lived around in county
He's whipped all the fighters in the
Bf-en in all the prisons from Fulsom
to Sing Sing
He's a doctor, lawyer, horsethief and
Butcher and baker and Sunday school
He's a prowler and a growler, this
And, as sure as hell, a kleptomaniac
Christian Reformed Sundav school
at 10 a. m. at 3031 Adams avenue.
Preaching service at 3 p, m and S
p. m., in the Holland language, at
Central Park Presbyterian church
Rev. C. De Leenn from Pella. Iowa,
will have cvharge of these services.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints fifteenth street
and Washington avenue ,) Q. Vender
wood, pastor. Sunday srhool, 10 a.
m.; communion service. 11 a rn
preaching service. 8 p. m. Make our
church your church, come in and wor
ship with us.
First Presbyterian Church John
Edward Carver, pastor Sundav school
a1 10; sermon at IX. Mrs llisley will
sing. No other services.
Morning Service Regular preach
Ins service will be held tomorrow
morning at 11:16 In the Baptist
church. No evening service. Midweek
sen iee Thursday at 8 o'clock.
Speaks Sunday -Hyrnm Belnap.
who has recently returned from a
lour of Europe, will address the par
ents' class of the Fourth ward Sun
day mornlnR, 10 30 o'clock, at the
mentinK house. Madison avenu". be
tween Twenty-first and Twenty-second
First M. E. Church 1" a. m . Sun
day school; 11 a. m. preachings sub
jeet. lie Was Afraid " Evening,
Young People's and church service
will unite with the Union service at
the Congregational church.
First Church of Christ, Sccntist
Masonic Temple Sunday school at
9:46 a. m and sermon at 11 a m
Church of the Good Shepherd (Epis
copal) Twenty-fourth and Grant ;i
nue William W Fleetwood, rector
Children's service and address. 10 i
rn . morning service and sermon 1 I
a. m the ley T. F Boyd of San
Francisco will speak at the U o clock
service and will address a meeting
in the parish house at X p. m. AH
MARCAN WILL BE
James Marcan appeared before
Judpe Howell last evening and plead
ed guilty to the charge of forgery
and the court advised him that he Is
to appear again Monday for sentence
Yesterday afternoon at ." o'clock
was the time Judge Howell set for
passing sentence on Sam Alford who
had previously pleaded guilty to i
I misdemeanor charge of failure to pro
vide for his family, but the passing
of sentence was deterred until Monday.
Beginning tomorrow night at 3
o'clock the first union service of th
Methodist, Presbyterian Congrega
tional. Central Park Presbyterian ami
Baptist Churches will be held In the
edifice of the Congregational church,
Adams avenue and Twenty-fifth street.
The aim of this union service during
the Sunday evenings of August Is to
cultivate a broader spirit of friendship
and brotherhood among the members
of those churches and to become bev-
jl OurSplendid Stock ! I
of Cut Glass H
15 Days Without Reserve m$
H At 12 Price
Offering ;i wonderful opporhinit y that oufrht W. I I
not to lie missed by anyone in Ogden who ap- ft'
Ipreciates genuine values I mfe I
$16.00 Water Pitchers at $8.00 ''''
$10.00 Salad Bowls a! .'..'.'$5.00 'ft' r
$6.00 ('ream .ind Sugars at $3.00 My "
$3,00 5-inch Nappies at $1.50
WE suggest early buying ft
j;j IN ORDER TO GET YOUR CHOICE :14
OF THE BEST IN OUR STOCK '6
A GENUINE SALE J I
STARTING MONDAY, AUGUST 4 Wi'i
I J. S. LEWIS & CO. JEWELERS I I
tor acquainted with common prob
lems of church life.
The Rev. N. E Klderkin, formerly
of Ogden, but now ot Lawrence, Ron.,
will be the speaker tomorrow night
He has kindly consented to address
this union service in the church
where he served so well for five
A union young people's service will
be held in the same church beginning
at 7 o'clock It is hoped that the
young eople of the various societies
in the city will rally to the cupporl
of this union service at 7 o clock.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Seal, i proposals lor furnishing ma
terial end building sidewalks in Side
walk District No. 121, being the south
side of 18th Street from Washington
to Grant Avenue, the south side of
20th Street from Adams to .JHferson
Avenues; the west side of Hudson
Aenue. north from 29th Street for n
distance of 504. 1 feet, and the east
side of Hudson Avenue north from
29th Street for a distnjice of 386 7".
feet, under plans and spicifications
prepared b the City Engineer and
approved by the Board of Commis
sioners, will he received at the office
of the City Engineer, in the City Hall,
Ogden. Utah, until 10 o'clock A M ,
on the 20th day of August, 1911.
At which time all proposals rec
eeived will be publiclv opened and I
read aloud. F'lans and specifications
can be obtained upon application at &
the office of the City Engineer, at- f-
ler August 11, 1918 K
Tho right is reserved to reject any f
or all bids and to waive any defects t
Bj order of the Board of Commis- r,
II T CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication. August 2. 1913. H
Last publication, ugust 25. 1913. r'
TODAY IN CONGRESS I
Washington. Aug 2 Day in con- fr
Senator Bryan discussed parcel F
post rates and regulations and advo- j.
i ated one-cent postage. j
Resumed c onsideration of tariff bill,
taking up wood and pulp schedule If
Senator Walsh Democrat, Montana, .
emphatically endorsed entire tariff kg
mi isure In speech it.
President W ilson withdrew nomina- r
lion of Adam E Patterson, negro, as 1
register of the treasury and appointed I
Gabe El. Parker, Oklahoma Indian. I
Foreign relations committee prac- r
tically decided on abandonment of
proposed protectorate over Nicaragua f.
and asked to have Secretary Bryan li
submit new treatv omitting that fea-
Not In session, meets noon Tues- I
; I COME TO THE HERMITAGE I
; 1: IN BEAUTIFUL OGDEN CANYON I
I EKWMS The Royal Gorge of Utah I
I I FOR REST, RECREATION AM) GOOD FOOD-TROUT AND CHICKEN DINNER DAILY SPECIALTY.
I. Trout Fishing in Ogden River, Near , rw u-th I
The Hermitage. The season is ripe for a few weeks' outing in Ogden Canyon, nature's glory in the Rockies. Every scene a wonder, every nrearn
one of invigoration and pleasure. No picnic grounds in the state more pleasant and convenient for picnic parties than The H
1 J Hermitage grounds. Plenty of natural shade and spring water right on the hanks of the beautiful Ogden River.
The Hermitage Hotel and Cate MJ, T I
There is no place in the west that offers more inducements for a permanent summer home than The Hermitage pMfcLr
grounds do. One hundred beautiful lots on the banks, and overlooking the beautiful Ogden River. Each lot has a one- -rW: II
f I half inch pipe of running water from Wilson's private water system, capacity 4,000,000 gallons, FREE with every lot. , r ' -7;
The Hotel in a beautiful location on the side of the mountains, with accommodations equal to any hotel in any BSStQO rW' I
fe? I city ,and the view and the air are almost beyond description. The hotel is on the European plan. Sixty elegantly fur
I nished rooms, clean and cool. Public and private baths for the guests.
1 Rates $1.00 Per Day and Up I
an The cafe, which is under the personal management of WILLIAM DUNKERLEY, who has managed the cafe Vvi, j
for years serves yon with serrkes equal to that rendered in any cafe A special trout and chicken dinner served every '"'iiM'T r ' "'"?8HBIB
dy 31J5 per plate other meals 50c and up. Nothing but the best the market affords is served in the dining room, SSp: - ': -iJiHfr . j
Upon visiting T1e Hermitage don't fail to try the special dinner it will please you and you will come again. pjfe-'rk . . . , ajjtofeBL'---
Mr. WiJsot?, tfte proprietor of the hotel will be pleased to meet any of his Ogden friends, transients as well, who , j !
pi kskeai permauieiiife summer home, and will take pleasure to show them the location and price of any lot on the grounds, -t; .. SjffBBKKKKKK
THE HERMITAGE IS WHERE THE CARS STOP FOR RESERVATIONS AT HOTEL, TELEPHONE 278-W The Hermiraoe Hotel. H