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Jl! . ,., . -THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH: THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1915. I
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WUTTIWG TO DEBftTE
I in bihi city
jlllwil Brigham City. Aug. 11. A debate
til lull at Promses to arouse considerable
111 IhI Interest locally -will take place ou tbe
Pllfflll street in front of the courthouse
lHllIM Thursday and Friday evenings be-
fiMltiW tween It. M. Jeppson, county clerk,
wKjlfij and the Rev. John D. Nutting, head
fit! jyj of a party of camp-wagon missionaries
Blrlllnl v,' are n0mS nightly meetings In
fill $ this city.
j) The big orchestra, 12 pieces,
In I and Prof. Whitaker at the or-
I J gan, Saturday and Sunday at
BJ the Alhambra.
1 MQRUN BOUND OVER
1 TO DISTRICT COURT
Ijjfljl L. J. Mo ran was hound' over to the
llffli district court yesterday afternoon at
.qjjjjj the close of his preliminary hearing
inj before Acting Municipal Judge George
JIHI S. Barker. He is charged with com
ml plicity in the defrauding of Frank
H Brown of Peoria, Iji., of $5,000, his al
ii Ieged accomplices being John Doe Cof-
jffl fine and Richard Roe Kelly. .
!M Moran was represented In the case'
ill by Attornev Soren X. ChristenBen of
I H Salt Lake City and George Halverson
l o Bden and ater tne adjournment
Jpj of court they announced that they
y would Institute habeas corpus pro
M ceeding Monday, for the release of
Rj their client. These proceedings will
JBj necessitate the surrender of Moran,
who is at liberty undr a $5,000 bond,
g The prosecution of Moran was con
jjfljl ducted by County Attorney Joseph E.
jj Evans and the preliminary hearing oc
. m cupled three sessions of court.
jl "No wonder the Ogden
nI theatre is getting the crowds
j when they show such plays as
II 'The Rosar for 10c." Last
time tonight, at the Ogden
ij HI theatre.
I Jul nn
1 FOREIGNERS ARE
I IN NO DANGER
? ll "anza Says Reports Are
j False Guarantees Life
ill an( Property in
f Vera Cruz.
I If Galveston, Tex., Aug. 12 "The
III! statement that foreigners in' Vera
f HI ?xUZ are in daneer is false. The con-
ti?M witutlonallBt government guarantees
ilitf Hie and property to individuals of
J H whatever nationality."
! ffi t,i Tho for?eoIng is the text of a ca-
f If Sram ,B,gi?e!! by General Carranza
I J SrnIeCi?,IVed here today bv Juan T.
I 5ll urnse his consular agent.
SMI Af,ilhner cablegram from Jesus
lUI ,S ' CaIranza's minister of foreign
111 Sv !Si .den eB tbat there have fceeS
119 "V raoreign demonstrations in
Hi I Km t?ruz' Lut admits that a sub
ill "S6 offlclal made a speech the
111 other day In which the peace confer
12 ?cf' Participated in by the United
J 1 States and Latin-American countVies
ill wf ?arpIy crifced. Thfi speech
I 18 73 denounc?(1 y higher of Sis
j J and was made without the sanction
I How's This?
K1 P. J. CHEKEr CO., Toledo. 0.
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H H -W?. BNK OP COMMERCE
131 Toledo, Ohio.
I I tbB. ',tnj Teitlmonlals aent free ph ?k
Jj L :ftk0 Hu'a rmU P1IU ror coMUpalioa.
of the Carranza government, tho dis
Regarding the expulsion of Juan
Ortega, tho Guatemalan minister to
Mexico, the report says:
Ortega a Pernicious Foreigner.
"The constitutionalists have never
recognized any diplomats accredited
to former governments. Ortega was
expelled under article 33 as a per
nicious foreigner. It is specifically
charged that he, as an individual,
took sides with the Zapatistas and
that President Cabrera of Guatemala
encouraged revolts in Mexico on his
New Book on Press.
A new Telephone Directory is now
being prepared for Ogden, Utah. Over
GOOO names will appear In the new
list, which will be consulted every
day by thousands of people.
Your name should be In the book
for your own good. Copy closes Aug
ust 16, 1915. Telephone or call on
THE MOUNTAIN STATES TELE
PHONE AND TELEGRAPH ,
Michigan Livestock Commis
sion Puzzled by Mysterious
Lansing, Mich., Aug. 12. Puzzled
by a mysterious disease, which Is kill
ing cattle in Saginaw county, mem
bers of the state livestock sanitary
commission were confronted with an
other new problem today, when a re
port was received from Arneac coun
ty that cattle in that vicinity are be
ing stricken blind. Inspectors have
been sent to Landis to diagnose this
It Is the opinion of tho state live
stock sanitary commission that serum
sent to Saginaw county from Chicago
may have contained some infection
and federal authorities have placed a
temporary quarantine on cattle in
Last time tonight, 'The
Rosary," at the Ogden thea
tre. Magnificent production.
IIP KEEN WATCH
Argentina Eager for Exact In
formation Regarding Pan
American Plan for
Rio Janeiro, Aug. 12. Efforts of
the Pan-American republics to settle
the Mexican problem are being fol
lowed with keen interest. The na
tional chamber approved a motion,
asking the Brazilian foreign office
ror Information, as soon as possible
regarding tho state of negotiations.
il!! e:snaner8 continue to empha-
f.non l If1 D0 attack is contemplated
upon the sovereignty of Mexico.
The semi-official Gazeta de Noticias
finds fault with those, who, pledging
SnSielVef, ln ,the ginning against
fomal action, later came to support
the leanings of the United States
ica1!!, ,i,?th," il 8ay8 "Amer
Uon r ? tVtt fymm?y w,th ten-en-Ico
rVJXL InVal affaIra o Mex
by the VnnfOBr.1Utl0n' alreadr reacb-ed
seems tnhif6nCe at Wa8hlngton,
J, J present a conciliation
SkTi lor tbe Presidency of the
tartffi-n fTrtnv,ly d,If"y wil be
io oDtain from the rival faction nn
sen e2CCif0fnoat r' Slfota'pS
Amer?ca! l frced upon the by
cZ!A1 A F!A,SE WOULD DO.
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make me feel happy, Blry WUld
Employer And make all your fi
W LOT'S WIFE IS
TORWED TO A
PILLAR OF SALT
Pastor W. M". Adams spoko at the
tent, Washington avenue and Twenty-sixth,
street, last night. He said in
"Wo should be careful in tho small
things that Involve sin. The Lord
says, 'He that is faithful ln that
which Is least, will bo faithful also in
that which Is much.'
"Wo are Instructed to 'Remember
Lot's -wife.' Lk. 17:32. When Sodom
was destroyed, angels led Lot, his
two daughters and -wife out of the
city. They wero commanded not to
look back. I suppose tho wlfo of Lot
thought It was such a small matter,
and they were Bafe from the burning,
and, looked back. She became a pil
lar of salt. Thongh she thought it
was a small matter to look back, yet
It Involved ono of God's commands,
and tho God who gave the command.
She lost all.
"Nadab and Abihu, sons of Aaron,
offered strange fire before the Lord,
and a fire went out from God, and
devoured them. Llv. 10:1,2. I sup
pose they reasoned, a fire Is a fire.
What difference does It make? The
common fire will burn as well as the
holy. But In offorlng the strange
fire or common fire they had dis
obeyed the command of Jehovah, and
they were punished for tholr disobe
dience. "Today the Christian -world Is agi
tated over the Sabbath question. Tho
fourth commandment reads, 'The sev
enth day is the Sabbath of the Lord
thy God, and we are instructed not
to do -work on that day. It Is found
that tho same command that tells us
the seventh day is the Sabbath, says
the first day is a -working day. 'Six
days Bhalt thou labor and do all thy
work,' and the first day is one of tho
six wprklng days. Some have thought
It to be such a small matter. How
ever, we read, Tier priests have vio
lated my law, and have profaned my
holy things: they have put no differ
ence between the holy nnd tho pro
fane, and have hid their eyes from
my sabbaths, and I am profaned
among them.' Ezek. 22:2G.
"To hide the eyes from the Sab
bath of Jehovah, Is to profane the
God of the Sabbath. The Sabbath in
volves the fourth command of God,
and tho God who gave the command. 0
It Is simply a matter of who we are i
going to obey. Says one. What dlf- 1
ference does it make? a day is a day.
It is a small matter at tho best. But
said the Lord, 'Whosoever therefore
shall break one of tho least of the
commandments, and shall teach men
so, he shall be called least In the
kingdom of heaven; but whosoever
shall do and teach them the same
shall be called great in the kingdom
of heaven.' Matt. 5-19. Then those
who conclude the fourth command to
be the least In the decalogue, that
would be the very one the Lord would
mean to them. Lot's wife thought it
a small mattpr to turn around, and
look back to the burning cities of the
plains. Nadab and Abihue thought it
a small matter to offer strange fire
before the Lord. They all disobeyed
God's command ln so doing. We can
not afford to take any chances of
breaking one of God's words written
Sin Is the transgression of the law.
Sin must be confessed in order that
the Lord may blot It out. Uncon
fessed sin will prevent our prayers
from being heard, and condemn us
in tho judgment."
There will be question box tonight.
Thin Men and Women
DO YOU WANT TO GETFAT AND
The trouble with most thin folks
who wish to gain weight is that they
Insist on drugging their stomach or
stuffing It with greasy foods; rubbing
on useless "flesh creams," or follow
ing some foolish physical culture
stunt, while the real cause of thinness
goes untouched. You cannot get fat
until your digestive tract properly as
similates the food you eat.
There Is a preparation known to re
liable druggists almost everywhere,
which seemingly embodies the miBSing
elements needed by the digestive or
gans to help them convert food Into
rich, fat-laden blood. This prepara
tion is called Sargol and much remark
able testimony Is given as to Its suc
cessful use In flesh building. Sargol,
which comes In the form of a small
non-Injurious tablet, taken at meals
and mixing with the digesting food,
tends to prepare its fat, flesh and
muscle building elements so that the
blood can readily accept and carry
them to the starved portions of the
body. You can readily picture the
transformation that additional and
previously lacking flesh-making ma
terial should bring with your cheeks
filled out, hollows about your neck,
shoulders and bust disappearing and
your taking on from 10 to 20 pounds
of solid healthy flesh. Sargol is harm
less, inexpensive, efficient. A. R. Mc-
iiuyre jurug Co. and other leading
druggists of this vicinity have It and
are authorized to refund your money
If weight increase is not obtained as
per the guarantee found in each laree
NOTE: Sargol is recommended
only as a flesh builder and while ex
cellent results In cases of nervous In
digestion, etc. have been reported care
should bo taken about using it unless
a gain of weight Is desired. A. R Mc
Intyre Drug Co. Advertisement.
Under Secretary of War Con
fident of Ultimate Victory
ThP"!f' Au&- 12 2:20 a. m.-Albert
Thomas, under secretary of wnr in
Parisien that France's efforts tn n.
auce mumtlons are different in meth-
whUULeC1Ual Jm res.Ults to England's
which he recently viewed
The nowspaper quotes 'him as fol
lows: nrlYhave ai! anny whIch at tho
prosont moment is armed so as to
I MEET THE 21 MRS. MAC J
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withstand any shock, an array, which,
on the other hand is capable of mak
ing a strong offensive. Its morale is
good, that Is to say the army Is pre
pared "to remain as it is, if necessary.
"Every day our strength grows,
both in England and in France. Not
withstanding the formidable resources
at the disposal of Germany It is not
possible that the resources of the al
lies will not assure them, when the
time Is ripe, complete victory. What
we have, what England has and will
have all tho resources that she can
create will assure us supremacy I
am convinced of this because I know.
Every day I repeat to my friends my
conviction that wo shall be victori
ous." oo i
Association in Germany Asks
United States to Quit Send
ing Shells to Bel
ligerents. RESERVISTS' STORY
German Claims French Sur
geons Are Horribly Brutal
to Prisoners and Refuse
to Dress Wounds.
Berlin. Aug. 12. by wireless to Say
ville. The following was given out
for publication today by the Overseas
"The Association of Jews In Ger
many has Issued a dramatic appeal
to America. The appeal based on
the fact that American shells are
thrown by Russians Into Polish towns
believed to harbor Germans, says:
'"Europe stands ln flames. Across
the ocean America lives at peace. She
hears not the thunder of cannon. A
fruitful rain of gold is falling on a
land enjoying golden peace.
Cry to America.
"'We cry out to America: 'Thou
sands of thy most loyal and indus
trious citizens come from townB be
ing destroyed by the shells which
thou art sending, Instead of gifts of
money, once sent back to childhood
homes from Llbau to Lomberg. Thou
sendest Iron shells to supply the ar
my of tho Czar. Thou glvest Iron
for gold, death for life. The children
are murdering their parents. Ameri
ca, thou hast peaco. Thou art not
fighting for existence. We Implore
thee to listen to this appeal.'
"Tho North German Gazette nub-
Hshes an affidavit sworn to by Wll- ;
helm Oelbemttel, a reservist, who was
wounded, and later captured by the
French, together with twelve other
seriously wounded men.
French Surgeons Brutal.
"The affidavit states that the
wounded German soldiers were treat
ed most shamefully by the French
surgeons, who refused to dress their
wounds and beat and spit at them and
allowed their wounds to suppurate.
This treatment continued for weeks,
the affidavit adds although such cru
elty on the part of the French sur
geons was an Incitement to retalia
"The installments paid on the sec
ond war loan have reached a total
of 2,244.900,000, or 99.6 per cent of
the amount subscribed."
AS RUSS LEAVE
Extraordinarily Heavy Explo
sions as Forts at Warsaw
Are Blown Up.
THE SKY FLAMES RED
Military Buildings and Rail
way Shops Burn Bridges
Jammed With Retir
X.odz, Russian Poland, Aug. 12, via
London. 3 p. m. The city of Warsaw,
the center of the recent colossal cam
paign for the Vistula line, suffered
comparatively little from the battles
which raged around it and from the
process of its evacuation by tho Rus
sians. In lenvlntr thn rltv mini -
peat the century-old precedent at
Moscow and set the town on fire, they
did not do so. The water, gas and
electric plants were left ln working
order and only In Praga the, water
mains were damaged in several pla
ces by explosions.
The Russians retired in such a hur
ry, at the last moment, that they
omitted to carry out many measures
they had planned, A whole park of
automobiles and carriages which had
been collected for removal was left
behind. An order to carry off the cu- I
rious bolls was only partly executed
and many bells were left hanging. .
Polish Residents Rema'n.
Most of the Polish residents of the
city declined to follow the order to
leave with the Russians, escaping de
portation by keeping out of sight.
The scenes on the night of the evac
uation were dramatic. At 10 o'clock
In the evening a aeries of extraordi
narily heavy explosions was heard 1
signalizing the destruction of the
forts. The sky over the city flamed 1
red from burning military buildings U
and railway shops. The bridges I
were jammed with retiring troops o- J
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flooded with columns of artillery.
Three Bridges Destroyed.
At 5 o'clock the next morning the
three Vistula bridges were destroyed.
An hour later two German officers
rode coolly through the city In an au
tomobile to the town hall where they
met the chief of the citizens' commit
tee. A few minutes afterwards, pa
trols of cavalry appeared, their lan
ces decked with flowers and the men
singing "Die Wacht am RhPln
From the scenes In the streets It
might have been thought the event
was a city festival. Crowds in gav
summer attire thronged the'1 thorough
fares, cheering tho entering soldiers,
while many offered them flowers.
Fighting Outside City.
Meanwhile from the river front and
even from overhead came the noise
of exploding shrapnel shells and the
whiz of speeding bullets. Many cas
ualties occurred in the city and am-
.ww . .. ,,a uuaj, mo entire uav
transporting the wounded to their
homes or to hospitals.
Municipal affairs are in the hands
or a citizens' committee under the
control of which a volunteer citizens
police force has been formed to pre
serve order. The destruction of the
railway bridge was poorly executed,
ine middle spans were wrecked and
dropped Into the river, but the piers
were left standing so that it will take
but a comparatively short time to re
build the structure and reopen rail
road communication for Prince Leo
pold s armies.
SUCH IS FAME.
c.m!ni!ter' d,sco"r3lng on the tran
sitory nature of earthly things, said:
tinniv Dwhat tbe & cItIea of -tiqultj.
Where are they? Why some
XL ?m, hav? Perished so completely
ed nnn Prbble thy never exist
U. S. AVIATORS- i
Captain George H. Knox & " ti
Killed and Lieutenant R. !
B. Sutton Probably , r0
Fatally Injured. 1 Jj
Fort Sill, Okla.. Aug. 12. Quarto ,
master Captain George H. Knox d ''j
the first aero squadron. U. S. A , - f ( a
killed, and Lieutenant R. B. Suttw I ?
his aide, was probably fatally injured t
today when an aeroplane in wb! I
they were flying fell 500 feet. Tjj J
squadron had just been transferrer Ul
from California. ' m
The officers came to Fort Sill lis
Tuesday and since then had been t
ducting experiments on the- army rd -
ervatlon. Upon the arrival of lij K
aerial squadron several members H M
they considered the various curresj
of air. existing in and near the h"R
mountains here, extremely dangp,
ous. I I
The aviators had been up but a fef
minutes this morning when tbe 2
plane was observed to be falling. W
tain Knox and his aide made despS
nte efforts to control the nacbJjj
Knox was killed Instantly, Sutcw
was hurried to the hospital nerf.J
operation was performed In an eii
to save his life. The exact cause
the accident has not been ascertain
HEARD CLEAN-UP WEEK
"Cleanliness, you know, Is nerlfl
godliness." J I I
"Maybe; but one doesn't feeli
godly when one is cleaned out. t
Ogden Celebrates j
I On the Day of the '.??,
I Merchants Anna I I ?
I Corn Roast &U
I j era
I and Outing f
' LAGOON, THE BEAUTIFUL jP
Wednesday, August 18 i
Roasting Ears for the mulitude, Baseball, Swimming. jl
Rowing, Wrestling and other contests for the day, bsj p
aides the Band Concert and Dancing'. ' if "