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. THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 1913
H ' , - ' a II I i the itandaril WUiiam Glasmann, Publisher. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER (Established 1870.) This paper will always fight for projfrefs and reform, It will not know ingly tolerato Injustice or corruption and will alway-6 tight demagogue- ot nJi parties, It will oppose privtlegei cbueee and public plunderers. It wlU sever lack bympathy with the poor, it will always rcma'n devoted to the public welfare and will never be aaT Isfled with merely printing news. U will aiways bo drastically independ ent and will Lever be frid to aUacs wrong, whevber committed by Uie rich or ths poor. I WHEREIN THERE IS A DIFFERENCE The Sajt Lake Tribune is not at 'all pleased "1th the Standard s crit icism of lit editorial condemnation of 'New Jerseys anti-trust legislation. The Trlbnne pays its position is mis understood, that in the article on New Jersey legislation it simply stat ed facts. A mere recital of facts, passed off aa editorial opinion, 19 ' fomewhat misleading. Here is a quotation from the Trl IH tune on this subject. "We have shown, and used the New Jersey Illustration as a further dem onstration, that state legislation is In effective In this matter, that what is needed always, in order to control interstate business anJ corporations engaged therein, is Incorporations to be subject to the regulation of con gress, and beyond the control of the several states Intelligent and candid Tribune readers understand perfect ly that thiB Is our position, and al ways has been. The effort to make It appear that we do not believe in regulating combinations and trusts merely because we want them more perfectly regulated than states are able to do, Is at once imbecile and dishonest." Don't get angry, Mr. Tribune. Hold jour temper. Let U6 reason together You concede that trusts should be controlled and regulated. Therefore we take it, there ls something dan gerous in allowing those trusts toj WBBSSBBS smss wL go out unrestricted and prey on the public. If that be true, then why Is it not aa important that each statQ should recognize its misconduct in unleashing these menacing organiza tions as it Is that Now York state should acknowledge Its responsibility in going out in pursuit of Its Insane and criminal fugitives'' Every one ! of these predatory organizations is a creation of some state, and until na- 1 tional legislation takes cognizance of the wrongs thus perpetrated against I unoffending states, the guilty com monwealths should proceed to make amends for their wrong doin Now, Mr. Tribune, do you grasp the point, and do you realize your shortcomings in laboring against corrective measures by states that have licensed national plunderers? oo THE NOSE IN THE TELEPHONE That we all do part of our talking through the nose has been a fact overlooked by the makers Of tele phones until of late, as Is disclosed by the following tnken from a French paper In Literary Digest. Hitherto, technicians have strhen to Increase the clearness of telephone transmission either by careful atten tion to tho electro-magnetic sensibili I ty of the microphones or by automat ism, or by modifying the electrir con trols and conductors. But no inves tlgator has dreamed oT deducing use ful improvements of the telephone from a studv of the human voice Starting fr.m physiological considera tions of this kind. Dr Jules Glover has invented a device by which he obtains a considerable amplification of the sound, as well as perfect clear ness of the words, so vajuable in long distance conversation "Ai, in the telephone, the current act on the receiving magnet not by ita own Intensity, but especially by Its vibrations it is neccessary, in or der to bring about the precise sensi tization of the Inner ear, and the complete impression of the auditive centers, to endeavor to reproduce very exactly the modulations of the I We Arc AH Boosting Ogden I The Fashion Show Is Our Opportunity rat We have Storage Batteries and Mazda Sg Lamps for Rent Si We are prepared to furnish an aggregate of 1500 Lamps WITH Batteries to run 9 them 2 hours. HI "LET US LIGHT YOUR FLOAT" If ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. ?hone 88. 425-24th St. voice Now, on issuing from the pharynx, the sound waves reach the soft palate, which dissociates them Into two unequal groups, one escap ing from the nose, the other from the mouth. Therefore, we ought to try to transmit both these croups of vibrations, hut our ordinary tele phones receive only those from the mouth, so that nearly half the voice remain unutiliized. Tho fact mav be experimental! v verified ly record tng photographically the intensity of tho variations of the microphonic current with an oscillograph, and also by examination of the vocal vihratlons and their fixation on plats of bl-chro-mated gelatin The prints and traces are different for the nose and the mouth, in the case of the same ver bal formation. In Dr Clover's 'intensive tele phone' the whole voice takes part in the elaboration of the eleoi ro-magnei Ic phenomena It l different from the ordinary devices In having two transmitters, or two group n'" trans mitters, of different sensitiveness, for the nose and the mouth. The whole is fixed at the two extremities of a tube "dr Glover does not guarantee, that the laws of diction will he per fectly respected by hla invent ion. for With his new microphone-; the nasal transmitter works better than the vocal! But what difference does it rorike so long as the hearer under stands better!" V.'V THE LEAGUE BASEBALL SEASON This is the end of the Union asso ciation league baseball season, with Ogden in the "cellar ' The closing games prove that the team as now organized is of championship class. In fact one of the officials of the Salt Lake club has admitted that the local players would have been con - j tenders for the pennant had they been brought together earlier in the season Whatever the standing of the club, we have this to be proud of The directors have stood for clean sport and have made an enviable rec ord to that end, and the boys they have assembled are gentlemen, on and off the diamond We would pre fer to have tall-enders of clean make up and shout for them than to go wild over champion hoodlums. This is not Intended as an odious com parison and is a little generalizing, without having any particular league in mind. Now for next season With strengthening in the box and the add ing of one or two strong hitters, the present team should be fa6t enough for any league in this region. THE TWO DAYS OF FASHION SHOW The Fashion Show will be the greatest attraction Ogden has ever presented Of this we are certain by virtue of the fact that the men who are behind the show are bright brainy fellowB with the indormitable energy that spells success These builders of a future for this city have their coats off and they are creating something worth while They are en tering into the undertaking with spir it; they are planning elaborately, they are contributing their own mon ey; they are resolved to excel, and they are bound to reach their goal. We want every man, woman and child to appreciate what is being done and to lend themselves to the occa sion with the enthusiasm of a people that love their city and are proud 01 its achievements. The Fashion Show will be an en tertainment with educational as well as spectacular features, and there will be two days of real enjoyment for people of all temperaments. Ogden is to be In her be6t bib and tucker and, if the visitors do not fall in love with her, we shall be sorry for them THE MENTAL ATTITUDE COUNTS. A press dispatch from New York says "Declaring that she sought a term in jail as a 'reef from twenty years of unremitting housework, a well dressd woman about 40 years of age. w ho re fused to give her name, is in the Ray mond street jail In Brooklyn, held for deliberately seeking arrest She went into a department store, calmly filled her arms with articles and was arrested as she went out. She told Magistrate Nash when arraigned that she had been 'starving for human hlndnese' and that the first of such attentions she had enjoyed in years ivere the ministrations of the police matron. " 'Married life for a good woman in moderate circumstances,' she said to the magistrate, 'seems to mean notii ing but household drudgery, endless and thankless. For years I have need ed Borne sort of change.' " One of our prominent bualness men who is deeply interested in all public questions, writes us. "It certainly is moat unfortunate, so many of ub in this world do not know how to live, and are unable to encourage the proper attitude, of inind to improve our conditions. " The woman in Jail who sought hu man kindness might have found that condition had she known how to ac cept the world No doubt she wan burdenod by an unappreclatlvo hus band, perhaps he was in part respon Bible for tho chill of the home. If the bu6band failed to do his part in mak Ing their lives cheerful, the wife should not have lost heart but should have proceeded to create for hergelr soul comfort and mind ease by hav ing a high purpose In life, even though Ww &A4oWhm HOUSE I iPjPpIl CLEANIG J piiiiiSiii time Tiy Ncw wat paPcr i u A BWJWTJ All new paper to select from. vSuitable for every room in II Hi I fill i tSie nmjse as ,ow as 12 ccnts per double roll. It is going I ll Hi 1 aSt' Come and niakc our sclection now- II 1 rill Brocotell, Leathers, Lincrusta, Walton, Duplex, Oat jL Js Meal, Latest Designs and Colors. GOOD RUGS AND CARPETS A new Rug or Carpet to lake the place of the old ones. We have the stock all new. jjpSBa AxiuM! iter Rup, HxTJ $25.00 New Lace Curtains, 7or per pair and up. Lino. tapestry Rns, 9x12 $16.00 leum (first quality) Inlaids, $3.50 for two square f & Tapestrj C&rpel per yard $ 05 yards. Linoleum Prints, $1.25 for two square ' J J Axminater Carpet, per yard $1.35 yards. lubk' Velvet Carpet, per yard $1,25 . ,rt . . A vp Special Sale on all Buck Ranges a $50 00 range v&w fi' $30.50, $5.00 down and $5.00 a month. j 1 jfisyii O-Ccdar Mop SI. 50. Wall Paper Cleaner 25r. 1 Sec cur New Queen Mattress special Blue Art Tick, Special Prices On All Cedar Chests Ogden Furniture & Carpet Co. THE BIG STORE HYRUM PINGREE, Mgr. the limits of that ambition be bounded b the walls of her cottage. What we think, we arc Poets have locked themselves in attics and. though in poverty, have found pleasure in their work Thfli minds were trained to day dreams ol happiness and contentment and they were happy Other men and women, with more of the world's goods and In possession of luxuries have allowed themselves to grow moody, sour, dispirited, disconsolate, and they have filled their mluds with misery, and their lives have been blanked There you have a contrast of mental attl tude To every one of us this world Is a creation of mind One woman sees in the geraniums In her kitchen win dow nature's loveliness, another finds not one moment's pleasurable thought in tbo rich coloring, the mystery of plant growth, one wife makes cooking a science and In that way grows In tensely Interested In her work, an other, constantly seeking escape from the duties of the household. dl3coers nothing but drudgery In the day s du ties, one mother plans for her ehli dren and with every stitch fashions bomethlnp to her delight, another mother, with vacuity of soul, plans nothing. There is the difference be tween the woman who finds In home sweet contentment, and the one who sees all emptiness, wnrr and irksome ness The woman who stole to go to jail was of the latter class Some day we will tell of the sins of the husband of this neglected wife. STEEL WORKS FOR THIS CITY. German capitalists had about de cided to erect large steel works in Ogden wheV they met with the prob lem of obtaining a sufficient body of manganese ore near this city. They had an option on large iron bodies near Mineral Point In Cache couuty but failed, after diligent search to locate the manganese Lately they have secured optious on deposits in the Tlntlc district and now there is some talk of Provo getting the steel mills. One of the men in touch with the situation suggests that the Weber club might start an investigation of the manganese resources of northern Utah and if successful, induce the Germans to make Ogden the site of their big industry. There is something more than mere talk to this prospective enterprise, as the foreigners have had auto parties, including experts, going over northern Utah during the past elx weeks, after rejecting the Iron county deposits on the excess of phosphorous in the Iron ores of that district, IfflRLO'S MARKETS WALL STREET. New York, Sept. 13 Union Pacific continued its advance when trading began today, crossing 160 for the tirsi time on this movement. On the first few transactions it advanced to 161 13 a gain of 1 1-2 There was an ac tive demand for the other leadin? stocks and the tone of the market was tttrong Steel, Reading and General Blectrip rose a point. Canadian Pn tilii advanced 3 points and American Tobacco 3 1-2 Profit taking sales appeared In vol unie after Union Pacific crossed 16V and that stock reacted a point and be came quieter. The market closed strong. Sp'.-t ulai ion was a broader and more general character today and less prominence was given to special stocks Union Pacific. Reading and Steel assumed the leadership in turn aind the home market gave a consst ent display of strength. The evidence scan it of stocks fa cilitated the upturn, which, in soma cas.es, approached the spectacular This was especially trup of Reading, which rose 4 points and Canadian Pa clflc. which gained ' 12 The rla extended to a jolnt where if became evident that short covering was not alone responsible and buying tor the lone account was more confident Trading was on the largest scale of the week's bull movement Transac tions In the first hour were on the ba sis of a million-share day Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City Mo, Sept 13.--Hors Receipts, 1,500, niarket weak. Bulk. heavy, $S onx 3i; pacl ers and butchers. ?S nO-a 8 5i . lights. Cattle Receipts 300. market stea dy Prime fed steers, 18 509 00, dressed beef steers, $7.50ig.8.50; wca: em steers, I6.40O8.10; southern steers. $5 657 50; cows 3 hotf fi 5n , heifers, $3 f.0 8 00; stockers and feed ers, 55 25(5 8 00; hulls, $4 250 0", a h es, ?5 o0ffr9.60. Sheep Receipts, none market steady Lambs, 6.767.45; year linjts, $450(55-25; wethers, S4.25(Ji 175; ewes, 3.504.00; Blockers and feeders, $3 006.50. Money. New York, Sept. 13 Money on call nominal; no loans Time loans, stronger; 60 days, 44 1-4 per cent, 90 days, 4 l-24 S-4 per cent. 6 months, 5(55 1-4 per cent Prime meroantile paper. 3-4 6 1 Sterling exchange, steady, (4 85 65 for demand; commercial bills, ?4 8 I S; bar silver, 60 1-8, Mexican dollars. 46; government bonds, steady, railroad bonds, steady. Sugar. New York. Sept 13.- Raw sugar Steady , Muscovado, $3 26; centrifu gal. $3.76; molasses, $3 01; refined, steady. Chicago Livestock. ortArt g0' Sept " Hogs-Receipts. 000; market steady to a shade lower Bulk IT.ftOM5; lights. IS.25O8.S0; mixed, S7.608 70; heaw. $7 45TiS45. r ,? l67 70 P'8'" l4.7SfT8.75. Lattle-Reoeipts, 300; market stea dy. Beeves. $6 60( 9 25, Texas steers, $6.7007.80; western steers, $6. 00(g) 7.80; stockers and feeders So 401. 7 90. cows and heifers, $3.6)i.8.50 ; calves. $8.75 n 11.50 Sheep Receipts 3000; market slow, steady Native. $3. 40rji4 75: yearlincs $4 85fi5.70; lambs, native, $5.25fi7.50; w estf rn, f 5 -b'H 7 60 Omaha Livestock. j South Omaha. Sept 13. Cattle Re cipt8. 100; market steady Native , 8te-r?. $7 on 9 ::; cows and heifers, ! $7 75(5 7 50. western steers, $6.00j 7 75; Texas steers, $5 65(5 7 35. range cows and heifers, $5.50 (r 6.65; calves, 16.50$ 9 50 Hogs Receipts 4100 market stea d Hea $7 70(79i; light. $7 90(ft 50- ,,igs $7 ;,.i7 S On, hulk of sales. $7 S0( 7.90. Sheep -Receipts 100 market stea d Yearlings. 85.2506.75; wethers, S$.004j 1 75; lambs. $6.76(j.7.50. New York Stock List. (Last Sale) Amalgamated Copper 78 American Reet Sugar . ... 29 3-4 Amcr Smelt & Refining . 77 1-S American Sugar Refining N4113 American 'I el & Hel 131 Anaconda Mining Co 39 3 3 Atchison . 96 3-4 Atlantic Coast Line 22 3-4 I Baltimore & Ohio ... 96 1-8 Brooklyn Rapid Transit .... 90 1-S 'Canadian Pacific ....232 1-4 Chesapeake k Ohio 61 1-2 Vhicago & Northwestern .... 29 Chicago. Mil & St. Paul. . .107 3-4 Colorado Fuel & Iron 33 5-8 Colorado & Southern 29 1-8 Delaware Hudson 58 Denver & Rio Grande 19 7-8 DHf 30 1-8 j General Electric 147 7-8 (Great Northern, pfd. 128 3-4 Great Northern Ore Ctfs ... 35 3-4 Illinois Central no Interborough-Met 16 1-4 Preferred 63 1-2 Inter Harvester 108 1-4 Louisville & Nashville 138 Missouri Pacific ..... 30 1-2 Missouri. Kansas & Texas ... 23 1-2 Iohlgh Valley 157 National Lead . , 50 New York Central 97 3-4 Norfolk & Western 106 1-2 Northern Pacific 114 Pennsylvania 113 3-8 People's Gas 124 3-8 Pullman Palace Car. bid ...151 3-4 Reading ltjfi 5-8 Rock Island Co 17 7-8 Preferred 27 3-4 Southern Pacific 94 7-8 Southern Railway 25 Union Pacific 160 1-2 United States Steel 66 1-8 Preferred , 109 3-4 Wabash 4 1-2 Wcsleru Union 67 1-2 BANK STATEMENT New York, Sept 13 The statement of the actual condition of clearing house banks and trust companies for the week shows that they hold $5, 430,850 reserve In excess of legal re quirements This is an increase or $799.50" from last week The statement follows Actual Condition. Loans. $1,953,721,000; decrease, 8368,000. Specie. $330,908,000; de crease, $539,000. Legal tenders. $80, 034,000, increase. $900,000 Net depos its. $1,795,495,000; decrease, $994,000 Circulation, $46.324 000. Increase. 8253.000 Banks cash reserve in 1 vault, $345,258,000. trust companies cash reserve in vault, 165,684,000; ag gregate cash reserve, $410,942,000 Ex . ess law ful reserve, $5. 530,580 ; in crease. $799 500. Trust companies reserve with clear ing house members carrying 26 pei cent cash reserve, $55,743,000 Summary of state banks and fruit companies, in Greater New ork not included in clearing house etatemen' Loans. $551 463.800; Increase, $4 403,200. Specie. 163.487,800; iDcreas", $141,200 Legal tenders $7 956 800-increase, $168,900. Total deposits. $lljj 292,300, decrease, $6,000,200. Metals. New York. Sept. 13 Metal markets n.uiet and more or less nominal Lake. 16X7 1 2(g 17.00; electrolytic. $16.75 16. S7 1-2 casting. 316.5016.62 12 Iron Unchanged PURE WINE IS THING OF PAST Washington, Sept 13 Wine pure wine Is to be a thing of the past un der the pending tariff bill in the opin ion of Dr. Harvey W ile. former chief chemist, for the government. In I an appeal today he calls to arms all I the patrons of all the lobster palaces of all the big cities, as well as those who value wine for wines sake, to Join in battle against the senate 1 change that In his opinion would per mit the adulteration of fermented J grape juice "Let the people who are Interested in the puritiy of products, he ap pealed, immediately protest against this outrageous attempt to debauch the wines of this countn ' The objection of Dr Wilejr is based on the provision that permits the ad dition, "before, during or after fer mentation" of sugar, crape juice or water, not to exceed 20 per cent of the total of pure fermented grP juice. This, Dr Wiley contends, lets down the bars to all descriptions of adulteration, as no one can tell the original quantity of original ferment ed grape Juice after the adulterants have been added. "it only remains now," says Dr Wi ley, scornfully, "for the senate to de fine whisky as an alcoholic beverage, made of neutral spirits, burnt sugar and synthetic flavors, and beer as beverage made of anv old thliig that will ferment and embittered with anything that Is bitter, from capalcum ( to aloes to complefp the debasement of American beverages " "SUFFS" DESTROY DEPOT, London, Sept 13 The railroad sta tion buildings at Kenton, near Ne Castle, was destroyed this morning by a suffragette "arson squad." Placards were left bearing th words "Premier Asqulth is responsible fof militancy. Apply to him for dam ages " MONEY IN WHEAT $10 00 buys puts or calls on 10.000 bushels of wheat. No Further Risk. A movement of 5c from price glv-e vou chance to lake $500 00; 4c $400 00; 3c $300.00. Write for particulars. The Centrsl Stock & Grain Co. Park Bldg., Cleveland, O.