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I e THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1913.
TS - - I NON-PARTISAN CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR- COMMISSIONER I ! I f 1 Urn ' jfi9 I j MAYOR A. G. FELL. I Mayor A. G. Fell is a non-1 commenced. In his platform I partisan candidate for re-elec- e declares: I tion. He has been a resident "I am for a good clean, pro- j 0f Ogden for 40 years and gressivc, conservative, non I practically all of his interests partisan administration and I are here. His life has been an strict regulation not for a I open book and his fellow citi- wide-open town. I zens have had ample oppor- "I have made no promise, I tunity to judge his general directly or indirectly, to any I character. In his announce- one, and will make none I ment as a candidate he declares "I stand for equal rights to I that the matter of an ample J all, special privileges to none. I water supply for Ogden City "If elected to the honorable I is paramount. He says the ! and responsible office of may I element of safety must not be or, my entire time will be de I overlooked in building the voted to the duties of such I South Fork dam and that ev- office, and my sole aim will I ery detail must be approved be to promote the welfare of I by engineers of recognized Ogden City in a broad sense." I ability before the stiucture is Advertisement. I I JOHNSON REFUSES $1,000 A WEEK JOB Washington. Oct. 18 Walter John eon has turned down a tneatrlcal en gagement which would have netted him $15,000 In ten weeks He was made a proposition by the agent of a booking firm to do a monologue turn on a vaudeville circuit at $1000 per week and a ten-week contract John son did not as much as give the mat ter consideration, but turned it down flat, much to the surprise of the axent, who argued that it was easy money All Johnson was to have done was to speak about 115 words which would have been written for him; but he does not take kindly to anything that si'.vors of the limelight, so he refused Johnson is now in the same class of ODodesty with Frank Baker and Hans Wagner, both of whom had such of fcrs. but have not accepted them. Johnson insists that while he is play ing ball he Is going to attend 6trictly to business and that no sort of a proposition can lure him on to the stage Even Griffith would not have objected to having Johnson pick up this easy'monev but the agent found it useless to waste his breath trying to sign his contract . ,,. Bishop William Iawrerice of Boston has just completed the twentieth year of his charge of the dioces of Massachusetts. Sermons In hie. honor were preached In all the Episcopal churches of that state- - SPECIAL ROUND TRIP I Home Visitors Excursions I UNION PACIFIC I I I Standard Road of the West. K I Chicago St Paul St Louis m 559.50 $53.50 $51.00 LI Peoria Memphis fi $55.40 $59.85 fv Omaha Kansas City Denver $40.00 $40.00 $22.50 E-V Proportionate Rates to Other Points -j Diverse Routes. Stopover Privileges t. 'J Tickets on sale October 25. VV; November 22 and 24. p; December 20 and 22. LJ Return Limit 90 days from Date of Sale Igggj TICKETS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY jhfcl j For detailed information concerning rates, routes train ISS$j eervlce and reservations, call at. phono or address ill fmrt. CITY TICKET OFFICE EiH ffMjjy 25,4 Washington Ave. gjg JQj&ZSAjjk PAUL L BEEMER, j lrlpjPl' Clty Pa3sonS er "d Ticket Agent HB Agency Tran a-Atlantic Steamship Llas SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON AS I GIVEN BY REV. RASSWEILER The Lesson Text. The Authorized Version 1 And the Lord spake unto M06es, saying. 2 Send thou men. that they may search the land of Canaan, which I le unto the children of Israel, of every tribe of their fatherp shall ye send a man. every one a ruler among them. 3 And Moses by the commandment of the Lord sent them from the wil derness of Paran, all thoe men wern heads of th children of Israel. 25 And they returned from search ing of the land after forty days 26 And they went and came to Mo 6es, and to Aaron and to all the con grygatlon oT the children of Israf. unto the wilderness of Paran. to Ka deah; and brought back word unto tbnn. and unt all the congregation, and shewed them the fruit of the land. 27 And thy told him, and said. We came unto the land whither thou sent est us and surely it flowoth with milk ar'j honey; and this is the fruit of it 28 Nevertheless the people be strong that dwell in the land, and the cities are walled, and very great, and moreover we saw the children of Anak there. 29 The Amalckites dwell In the land of the south, and the Hlttltes. and the Jebusites. and the Amontea dwell in the mountains; and the Canaanites dwell by the sea, and by the coast of Jordan. 30 And Caleb stilled the people be fore Moses, and said. Let us go up at once, and possess it for we arc well able to overcome it 31 But the men that went up with him said. We be not able to go up against the people, for they arf stronger than we. 32 And thv brought up an evil re port of the land which the had ! searched unto the children of Israel ! saying. The land: through which We I have gone to search it, is a land that eateth up the inhabitants thereof; and all the people that we saw in it are men of a great stature And there we saw the giants, the I sons of Anak, which com1 of the gl ants; and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were Ili their sight Golden Text If God is for us. who is against us' Rom 8. 31. It Is always so. The multitude? on the road of all time, ever are on the border of a better state The man of vision sees man's estate as it Is in the purposes of God, and de clares to the near sighted hosts- "You need not stay here in a wa that is hard and drear Your destiny Is yonder on the uplands of character and attainment God has planned bet ter things for you; a state where you shall be free and everyone lord of his own freehold his own master under his own vine and fig tree' with no slave driver over him and with no destitution In your midst, where ail shall live together as brothers In peace and plenty There are heights of moral attainment a holy land and even a holy city that you can win where all things base are cast down and when in soul ma9tery each on of you shall be secure In sobriet chastity, honesty, and loving kind ness. Fear not. God wills it. and God s biddings are His enablings He has planned this as the goal of Hia whol creation, and all the forces ot the universe are moving onward to prepare the way before ou. This is your true heritage declared by thu seere of all time Enter into it Then up rises Mr Near Sight. Mr Hard Head. Mr. Practical. Mr. Lazy Mr Hose Sense. Mr Great Lust, Mr Low Lived Mr Little Faith. Mr Self Will and Mr. Worldly Mind- This .s a fine talk, but it is all hot air. This Seer ha6 seen a pipe dream Thi would bo a fine state of affaire oui It Is Impossible There are too many difficulties In the way What's the use of trying It Isn't natural. Thie state of brotherhood and uni versal plenty justice and freedom would be fine But I see great vest ed intereets enthroned upon great mountains of wealth The eat up the land, and you can't help your self Justice would desirable But I see the giants pull graft, and bribe en trenched behind invulnerable walls el corruption and special favors. You cannot dislodge them A white ribbon state is a fine idea, but you can't work It I see great walled castlee. yes whole cities walled with saloons and dives And then" saloonlsta and white slavers and gamblers are giants of influence in the land and have built high upon mountains of gold It is impossible to overthrow them. Yes. these all are like giants In their power and Influence We plain citizens are as nothing before tbem And tbey look down upon us as well as If we were too small to notice. We might oa well resign ourselves to our servitude and return to our tasks, content with a slave's portion and submit cravenly to hiving our bods and daughter taken from us to ruin Those moral uplands are beautiful and fruitful, sun kissed and fragrant but it Is Imposaible for us to reach them The way to sobriety heights and chastity mount is guarded by the towering giants Lust and Folly, armed with deadly spears of gold And though the young climb painfully yet In the end young mn "Ul be cast flown and maidens captured as man as they wish And even If we wer to fight the beast in us would betray us. It is not a natural place for ut. The lowlands of Egypt should be our home. Let us resign ourselves to youth having Its fling, and humanlt going to the devil Mount Honesty Is a noble peak, but utterly Impossible of ascent Fraudu lent Crags barr your way. It is ire possible to go straight You have to swerve to get around them. And then Giants Greed and Fear want will push you Into the crooked path that winds down to the slough of cor ruption. Yes, the estate of goodness Is a goodly state but tsJce It from us, the council of this man of vision is fool ishness We cannot possess It The frtant sons of Old Man are too mant and too much for us. Let us be con tent to grovel here below. Let us go back to the flesh pots of Egyptian lost. Awsy with this rlsloesry, this fan atical reformer These upltfter3 are only disturbing us for naugh' I hy are upsetting political security, unset t ling business, destroying our pace of mind, and equanimity of conscience. Stone them Away with them v -1 will not have them to lead us Let us follow our own devices In the path of leasr resistance But here stand eternally. sturdy Joshua Strong Faith, and Caleb Try much, and they say, "We can. too. It is an Insult to God to say that ho has made us for this lowly condition It is defamation of humanity to sav that we must sta mean and base, and wallow in sin It b a stigma upon the race to say that we cannot im prove our social condition and be rid of oppreB8ion and exploitation and lce Of ourselveR we cannot do it But with God's grace we can conquer Let us depend upon the power that work cth for righteousness and go forward Let us attempt great things for God and expect great things for God And now when the people do try, rhe Insist on doing It their own way, In their own strength. God says, not by this road, but round by the Jordan road is the way of victory But no. they will go up by the way of Self Will, and they come back dofoatcd But at last when people have learned to follow God's councils difficulties part and obstacles fall and giants flee and men enter into their better heritage- G. F RASSWEILER in. in. my m be FEDERAL ATTORNEY William W Ray will be the next United States district attorney for Utah His appointment to this posi tion was regarded as certain after hi6 indorsements were forwarded y eterday to the department of jus tice After a conference yesterday Na tional Committeeman W. R Wallace and State Chairman Samuel R Thur rran decided to forward to Washing ton their recommendation of the im mediate appointment of Mr. Ray for United States district attorney He had previously been indorsed by the state committee of the Democratic party, but power waa given the na tional committeeman and the state chairman to set aside the state com mittee's indorsement if they should choose to do so. The indorsements of Mr Ray sent to Attorne General J. C McReyn c.ds yesterdav. Included those of the state Democratic committee. State Chairman Samuel R. Tburman, Na tional Committeeman W R Wallace. Judge O. W Powers, the last candi date of the Democratic party for United States senator; Mathonihah Thomas and T D Johnson recently candidates for congress. former United States Senator Joseph L. Rawlins former National Commit teeman Frank K Nebeker, former Slate Chairman Samuel A Kins: and Judge Ferdinand Erickson, formerly a candidate for congress In addi tion. Mr Ray had the indorsement of must of he prominent Democrats of the state ano recommendations from .lost of the leading members of the brnch and bar of both parties COMMISSIONERS OE COUNTY ACT ON ASSESSOR The county commissioners met yesterday afternoon in special ses sion and adopted a resolution where by they openly criticise the manner in which County Assessor T. E. Mathews manages his office. The commissioners met in their offices In the county building at 4 o'clock and Instructed the clerk to spread the official call of the meet ing on the minutes. After the call of the meeting was tead the board constructed the fol lowing resolution, which was passed and the meeting adjourned. Whereas, it is the opinion of the board of county commissioner! of Weber county, state of Utah and they so find that T E. Mathews, the county assessor of Weber county, state of Utab, is not fully, properly and faithfully attending to and dis cnarging the duties of his office, and does not spend but a very small por tion of bis time In his office, or out- l side of his office in attending to the j discharge and duties of his office, and "Whereas, it Is the opinion and sense of the board of county com missioners of Weber county, state of Utah, that the services of a dep uty or deputies In the assessor's of fice of Weber county, state of Utah, are not necessary' at the present time for the prompt and faithful dis- , charge of the duties of the county assessor of Weber county, state of Utah: "Therefore, be it resolved by the board of county commissioners of I Weber oounty, state of Utah, that the salary of all deputy assessors m Weber countv, state of Utab. be and the same Is hereby discontinued until the further order of th board of county commissioners of Weber county, state of Utah " When Mr. Mathews was seen he claimed he knew nothing of the meeting, and when told of. the reso lution, said: "Well, I guess the commissioners know what they are doing, anyway tha(r ought to know I have two mon , wciklng In my office now and they ! are going to work there until the work is finished I Intend to have the work of my office out in accordance with the Uw. and It will be as long M I am holding the office of county siscssor ' ' UNITED STATES ' MUST 4CT SOON Mexico City. Oct 18 "That Mv; United States must act to put an end the Impossible conditions conntl tilling a daily menace to the lives of I thpir nationals. ' was the opinion cx pressed by several 01 the diplomatic I represpntatives ho issembled fr an I Informal conference in the German Ic-j gation herp Wednesday Among those who attended wero the ministers oi Great Britain, France. Germany Spain. Austria and Noma.' No definite plan of action war agreed upon, but the situation was dis 1 cusBed at length None of those prp' ent would discuss for publication wha: took place, but It became known toda that intervention by the United Statei i was regarded by a majority of the dip louiats as the only Holutlon of the j situation Senor Cologan J Cologa . I the Spanish minister, is said to have wept as he spoke of the Spaniards i who had been killed or injured In Mexico during the revolution. M. L j falvre the French minister it is said ! was inclined to put the blame tor Mexico's predicament upon the Wash Ington government Sir Lionel Car den the new British minister, declined to express an opinion on the wisdom of intervention RESOLUTIONS OF owe. III.1 The following resolutions were adopted at a Joloi meeting of the W. C. T. U of Ogden yesterday eve ning "Whereas, a local daily paper, a majority of whese stock iB said to be owned b the National Brewers and Rational Wholesale Liquor Dealers I association and by local liquor inter ests, has been makins; frantic efforts to draw the UUb W. C. T. U. into the controversy caused by the attack of a W. C T V woman In another state, upon the Mormon church, there fore be it "Resolved. That we view these ef forts of the liquor organ with amuso ment, and look upon them merely a an effort to cause dissension betweer the Mormon and Gentile temperanci women of the state to prevent co-oj eration in future prohibition cam palgns, and, "Whereas, All the reports in Og den and Salt Lake papers about a possible seceding o' the Utah W C T U from the National W. C T. U are without foundation, as the idea has never been discussed or even pro posed, at any meeting in the state so far as known to the Ogden W C T. U , therefore "Resolved, That the relations be tween the Utah W. C. T. U. and the National organization would be in any case a matter between ourselves to be decided first within our organization and always withoui dictation from liquor organizations or liquor papers, and be it further "Resolved. That no one of our Og den members has any authority to ei ther attack or defend the Mormon church in the name of the W C. T L , either in eastern or local papers as we have never been requested to do either the one or the other by the only two Interests that have the right to prefer such a request Resolved That anv further edito rial attack b the abovf mentioned ds per. either upon our local or national organization will be looked upon by the Ogden W C T. U. as coming from our ancient enemy, the liquor traffic, and treated as such by ub. and we trust that the public will be astute enough to so regard the matter ' SUMMONS. In the District Court of Wober Coun y. State of Utah. Delia Tinslev. Plaintiff, vs Claud Tlnsley, Defendant The State of Utah to the said De tendant : You are hereby summoned to ap pear within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, if served within the county in which this action is brought; otherwise, within thirty days after service, and defend the above entitled action, and in case of your failure bo to do Judgment will be rendered against vou according tc the dtmand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. This action Is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the marriage coa tract now and heretofore existing be tween you and the Plaintiff T R. O CONNELLY. Plaintiff s Attorney. P. O Address, No 86$ 2Mb St.. Og den, Utab. Firet publication October 11 1913 POLLING PLACES The polling places to be used at the primary and general election h:ld October 21 and November 4 are as follows : First district, Mary L Shipp, r04 33rd street Second district. Alice Collins, 29S3 Plngree avenue Third district, City Hall. Fourth district, ddle Angel Fel lows. 12ti Poplar avenue. Fifth district. Third wa d amuse ment hall. Sixth district, Annie Wiggins, 24S Grunt avenue. Seventh district, N G U. Armory. ' 211 24th street Vighth district Mrs. C W. Chise. ' REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULLS and bull calves for sale. Well bred. Well de veloped. Free from tuber culosis. Price quoted f. o. b. your railroad station. WILLOW GLEN STOCK FARM, Anaconda, Mont. We have no veneered leather In our repar hop. It's all real oak tanned stock. PARKS' The Pneumatic Dress Form With Pneu Form and a properly fitted waist lining the most elaborate gown or - skirt may be completed without a try-on. Pneu Form takes in the largest part of the hips and the adjustable rod gives skirt length. Made to be pinned, too. The &rrf) ar cnambr made of scien igjf tifically air-proofed cloth VyrjBP- non elastic will therefore UN- IhBH many year in any cK- W fr mate. One Pneu Form will 1 a reproduce any number of figures pro- I , vided it is ordered in a size a little larger f r SfefT7 than the largest person. ffcvjH When not in use the small box base holds flp it alL Weight ten pounds. foM We ,hould life e an opportunity to I 1 m flff'lp demonstrate this most economical it vttiM labor-saving dressmaking device. W. H. WRIGHT & SONS' CO. Washington avenue Ninth district Mrs R. Boslow, 968 ashington avenue 'lenth district. Shaw Mercantile company; 203 Washlntgon avenue. Eleventh district, Elizabeth Fife, 212U Adams avenue Twelfth district, County Court House 1'hlrteenth district. Fred Foulger, 738 24th street Fourteenth district, H. C. Ward le:gh. 2210 Qulncy Flfteenth district, Columbia Club Cigar factory 451 25tb street. Sixteenth district. Fifth ward amusement hall The seventeenth district polling place will be at the residence of 1 J A Hjssel, 2904 Washington ave- ! nue GEO A SEAMAN, City Recorder PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE ' Ccnu!t County Clerk or the Reipec live Signers for Furtrier Information. NOTICE OF CREDITORS Creditors of 1 tie estate of Ed wan ;H Line, deceased a ill present their claims with vouchers to the under i signed, executrix of said estate at 1 the office of Valentine Gideon, attor j ney for said estate, at rooms 1 1-12 First National bank building. Ogden, Utah., on or before IVuruars 15, 1914. KATE F LINE Executrix. I ALEN TINE GIDEON Attorney for said Executrix. oo Read the Classi.ied Ads. i CALIFORNIA Home Visitors' Excursion j LOS ANGELES $40 ROUND TRIP j Optional Routes Stopover On Sale October 19 and 21. I Final Return Limit December 31. For tickets, reservations and f further particulars apply at City Ticket Office 1 2514 Washington Ave. PAUL L. BEEMER City Passenger and Ticket Agent. 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