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6 THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913. .
"nyeway' -neans better sult9, bet
tor overcoats, better furnishings,
I SECURITIES IN
Following is the weekly lot tor of
John C. Cutler. Jr . Co
Business conditions all n r the
United States are fair and Industrial
activity continues while preparations
are being made in anticipation of a
good season's trade The tariff agita
tlon causes some uneasiness. New
bond and stock issu are being plat
ed. nlthongh the money markets are
inclined to firmness
Locally, business Is better than it
was at this time last year The an
nual meetings of the stockholders of
the different banks were held during
the week and directors were elected
Walker Hros Bankers increased their
capital stock to $500,000 and the stock
is quoted at $230 per share. Merchant
bank stock sold at SHit and JU'.s pet
share. The Farmers and Stockgrow
ers N'atlonal bank will open for bus
Iness on January 2" In the old I'tah
Commercial & Savings bank buiM
ing The Continental National bank
paid its semi-annual dividend of i pel
cent and the National Bank of the Re
public paid Its regular 6 per cent
semiannual dividend this month Next
Tuesday the Deseret National bank
pays its 3 per cent quarterly divi
dend Several sales have been m. de
lately in some of the bonds, wagon
and sugar stocks.
Amalgamated Sugar Co., pfd 116.00
Beneficial Life Ins. Co 104.00
Barnes Banking Co, Kaysvllle 200 .no
Bank of American Fork 175.00
Bank of Heber City 17.60
Bank of Southern I'tah, Cedar. 17.50
Consolidated Wagon & Ma
chine Co 100.00
Continental Life Insurance &.
Investment Co 115.00
Continental National Bank ... 145.00 1
Deseret National bank . . . 325 .00
De9eret Savings Bank 1100.00
Davis County Bank. Farming
ton 250 on
First National Bank, Ityton. . 150.00
First National Bank. Morgan.. 1 5
First National Bank. Ogden . . 635.00
First National bank Murray . . 150.00
First National Bank, Logan 145.00
First National Bank, Brigham 250 00
.Guardian Cy & Guaranty Co. 15 60
Home Fire Insurance Co. .. 806.00
, Heber J. Grant & Co. 23 00
Kamas State Bank 125 .00
Merchants Bank 16& 00
National Bank of the Repub
National Copper Bank 140 00
Nephi National Bank 125.00
Ogden Savings bank 455 ,00
Provo Commercial & Savings
Salt Lake Security 4- Trust Co lix.'iii
State Bank of Brl chain City. . 200.00
State Bank of Garfield. Pan-
State Bank of Millard County,
State Bank oi Richmond 120.00
Thatcher Bros Banking Co.,
t'tah-Idaho Sugar Co. pfd .... 9 !'
Utah State National bank 293.00
Utah Savings & Trust Co lot. 00
Walker Bros Bankers . 230 'to -
ZIon's Savings Bank & Trust
Co 425 00
Z. C. M. 1 404 M0
I Consolidated Railway & Power
Co. (city) $100 00
j Sumpter Valley Railroad 99 DO
Utah Light & Railway Co.
(city) 95 00
, I'tah Light &. Power Co 4s ... II 00
Ctah Light & Power Co. 5s , . . 95 00
II The Utah Sugar Co 1"1 DO 1
Utah Hotel Co. . .. 101.00
GREAT SOLOIST IS
CALLED BY DEATH
New York, Ian. 1S .James Metcalf,
well known in musical circles of man
cities, died yesterday. In the initial
rendition of "Elijah" at Worcester,
Mass . many years ago. he was select
ed to sing the principal part of the
oratorio He was one of the most
prominent bass soloists in New York
churches and had often appeared in
other cities. !
WILL FORCE FIRMS
TO A SETTLEMENT
Chicago, Jan. 18. Labor leaders
today predict that the sympathetic
strike began yoRterdav when 8"0 men
walked out and tied up two of the
largest new buildings in the course of
construction In the loop, would con
tinue until the firm said to be re
sponsible for the trouble Bottled its
difference with the unions
Read the Classified Ad-
Five Hundred People Call For a Pound Box of Utahna Chocolates,
and of Those 150 Called Before 8 0 Clock Next Week the
Contest Will Not Be So Easy Watch Monday's
The Utahna Chocolate Contest cre
ated quite an attraction at tin Stan
dard office this morning. Long before
S o'clock a crowd of bos. gins, men
and women waited at the Standard
office for a pound box of Utahna
Chocolates and by S o'clock over 1 50
people had presented their answers
to our " I'tahna Chocolate Want Ad
Considerable confusion was created
, at the start because some of ,nf
youngsters had called as early as I
o'clock and insisted upon leaving then
answer with the janitor Simple as
the contest appeared. full two-thirds
o: the answers failed to mmph with
the rules of the contest. Tnis. Ol
course, made It easy for those who
did not arrive until 8 o'clock to get
a chanco at the candy.
What a difference there vva In the
way the pound boxes were handled
One young man opened bis box on
the spot and crowded sl or trie choc
olates In his mouth at one time, anJ
the entire pound was devoured be
fore the II boxes were given out.
Another young man asked pcriDt '
sion to use the telephone and noti
fied his mother he had won a pound
box and that he would nine home
Immediately and to tell ins brothers
and sisters to wait for him; that he
would open the box at home.
All morning the people called. onl
to be intormed that the first 2." cor
rect answers were received before 8
o'clock. Fully 500 boys girls, men
and women called during tin- morning
All of which shows that Uie contest
was too easy, also that the rarrvln:;
oi the letters in the paper for a whole
week was not necessar.v Some of the
real bright young fellows hail as many
as half a dozen answers and thought
it was wise to change their names,
but when it came to writing their
names in the book they were not suf
ficiently familiar with their new namo
to spell It correctly.
Next week we will give awn II
pounds of Utahna "hocolates to those
who can find the name of one of the
CREED' AS A
For sixteen centuries the "Apostles
Creed" has been appealed to as sum
marlzing in masterly compactness t In
essential beliefs of all Christians The
creed has crossed ever 9en 'l has
seen empires rise and flourish anil
pass away Everywhere, In every 'It
of Christendom, and in most of the
cities of heathendom. In St Peters
burg. Berlin. Paris. Vienna, Home
New York, on every Sabbath day.
wherever Christ iuus gather lor wor
ship, it is recited or chanted. It car
ries in 1 1 8 bosom the deepest convic
tions and most inspiring hopes of the
hundreds of millions of our race II
is a creed of granite and a creed of
glory; a creed of unshakable solidi
ly and a creed of unrivaled sunshine;
a creed of rock and a creed of flow
ers. It is called the Apostles Creed be
cause of an old tradition that each
apostle contributed to Us first mak
ing. It contains the five great re
ligious fans, upon which rests the
Christian belief and life It Is abso
lutely non sectarian and has no place
for theological controversy
It has been chosen as iheme for :i
series of evening sermons upon "The
Five Great Facts of Religion." ok on
ieded by all members of the Chris
tlan faith, to be commenced Sunday
night In First Presbyterian church.
Special music at these sermons will
be given Sunday night Miss Shorten.
Miss Hamlll and Miss PlfTCe will
render the music.
BOYS MEET IN
The third annual convention oi the
Associated Boys' clubs of Utah was
oened In the Immanuel Baptist
church In Salt Lake last evening, with
Further sessions of the convention
will be held toda and tomorrow The
association is composed of boya' or
ganizations In about 20 cities and
towns of the stale 1 1. .uates are sent
to the annual conention
F M Bagley acted as tonatmaster
at the lianquet (leorge D. Koyser
made the address ol welcome. Ed
ward Biglow welcomed ihe delegates
on behalf of the Salt lke boyi Boys
President Prank Owen of Ogden rc-
roost prominent officials In Ogden
today. Instead of spelling out the
name, aa we did the words I'TAHNA
CHOCOLATES, we are going to let
the people find the letters and put
them together. The name for next
I week consists ot six letters and In
cludes the initials and surname. The
letters will be placed among the want
ads with a bracket on each side. It
will be absolutely necessary to read
; every want ad in order to find the
. letter that is marked like this (Ol
You will therefore have to cut out
every letter ancl then trv and ptit
all together to find the name of one
of the most prominent officials In
Ogden today The same official has
been in business in Ogden tor 20
Here are the names of 2n who re
ceived a oi nd box of enndy this
I morning. They include men. women. I
boys and girls. So fast anil so eagoi
was the crowd for the I'tahna Choc
olates that we had given out 2 pound
' boxes before we discovered we had
I reached the limit .
Mrs. Planz (no address given), Re
l clna Quinn. 214K Reeves avenue; G.
ft Hess 112 nth street. Vivian llel-
man, 2337 Adams avenue, Florence
Stilt. 381 29th street; Roberta Moves.
3H9 Adams avenue. Roger Allison,
L'667 Washington avenue, Albert
Smalley, 3161 Washington avenue.
Joseph Baumelster, 361 32d street.
Percy Balllnger. 1601 Wall avenue.
Frank Ware, Canyon road; Frank
Moves, 3149 Adams avenue; Joseph
Clllls. 438 22d street; Armand Tribe.
168 21st street: Vernon Carroll, 4o2
22d street; Paul Pickett. 966 23d st.;
lYank Douglas. 1640 Barlow ave. ;
Harils Ridges. 3162 Adams ave.;
Morel!, 2012 Farr ave.. Lester Sor
enson. 127 27th St.: Wallace Soren
son. 127 27th St., George Stewart.
Canyon road; James Pender. 2671
Wall ave.; Clem Lloyd, 125 Janie
court; Alfred Robb. 5S6 12th St.. Ber
nard Preece, Canyon road; Ellzabetli
Farrls. .'.60 23th st.; Caleb Shrccvc.
I6S6 Barlow ave.
sponded. The address of the even
ing was delivered by Bishop Spald
ing o: the Episcopal catoedral. Hil
topic was "Being a Man."
The convention met again at ' 80
o'clock this morning In t;ie iminan
I nel Baptist church. Th0 Rev P A.
1 Slmpkln delivered the invocation
' Chief of Police B. F Grant talked
on "Opportunities." Dr. C. A. Wher
ry delivered an address.
At 1:30 o'clock this afternoon the
boys met at the Y. M. C A. for an
: automobile ride out to Fort Douglas.
I where they will be shown around the
4 military reservation. Returning at
3 80, the boys will enjov a swim In
Hi- Y M. C. A. Jool. Athletic stunts
I bv the various clubs represented will
J follow. At 7:4.". o'clock this evening
I the boys will aeain meet In the Im
manuel Baptist church. A.;er a short
musical program Coach Bennlon of
(he university will talk on "The Mak
lng of an Athlete. "
Following his address oilier popu
lar athletes will address the dele-
At 9 o'clo k foniortow morning the
dull leaders of the association .v i I
meet In conference In the Y. If. C. A
At 4 o'clock Judge Alexander McMaa
ter of the Juvenile court will address
a mass meeting of the bov6 in the
Y. M. C A
First Precbytenan .John Edward
Carver, pastor. Morning worship at
11. Communion service. Sunday
I school at 12 16. Young People s meet
; ing at 6.30. Evening worship at 7:3.
! A series of evening sermons upon
The Apostles Creed, and the Five
Great Facts of Religion, " will be com
menced. Special music.
Attending Boys Clubs StanlS
Blehsel, William Grooms and Henry
Bepoic went to Salt Lake yssterdaj
to attend the state convention of
boys' clubs. They are delegates from
the Kappa Sigma Pi National club of
i lie First Presbyterian church
Central Park Presbyterian Waab
ington avenue at Thirty-first street
Rev. Arthur F Ittenberger, Inis
ter. Sabbath school meets at 10
o'clock. Preaching services will bo
held at 11 o clock and at 8 o'clock p
m. Subject of morning sermon "Ad
vantages of Elevation." of evening.
"God's Due." Christian Endeavor
meets at 7:15 p m
First Baptist On Grant Rev H
D Zimmerman, pastor. Bible school
at 10 o'clock 11:16, morning worship
with sermon Bubjest, 'Making Life
Over " 6:80, B. Y. P. U , Topic,
' How Can We Better Our Prayer
Meeting1" Meeting led ly the De
votion?.i committee 7 JO, Evening
fier ire The lasr Illustrated series
on the life of Paul will he given be
ginning with Timothy learning the
H wT Feature Pictures-Tonight-unday Night g
I "THE WIVES OF JAMESTOWN"
I PIRATE GOLD
j Biograph. I
i 1 ORACLE THEATER I
" T H E MAID OF HONOR"
ISIS THEATER I
i I ISIS ORCHESTRA BEST ORCHESTRA CLASSIEST MUSIC IN THIS CITY
COMING MONDAY FOR THREE DAYS GLOBE THEATER VTTAPP aptt FEATURE I I
j IN THREE PARTS FROM J. M.BARRIES STORY: 'THE LITTLE MINISTER. S
scriptures, closing with Paul's raartv
dom in Rome. ,ll colored llldss. 1 10
Tburiday, mid-week nervioe Topic
"A Recipe for a Revival " Wednesday
afternoon the Ladles' Mission Circle
will meet with Mrs. Uda Bell, NO
2368 Monroe Ave. All ladies of the
church are urged to attend this meet
In?. Vtri E H. Dunsmoro will be
Holland Christian Reformed
Preaching and installation of elder
and deacon at 3 p. m.. nt the Central
Park Presbyterian church, corner
Thirty first and Washington Evening j
service at 8 o'clock at 606 Thirtieth
street Sunday school at 10 a m. nt
8081 Adams avenue Weekday meet
ings Tuesday. Wednesday and Friday
evenings at 8 o'clock at the church
Rev I Van Dellen from Denver, Colo.,
will have charge of these services. It
will do you good to hear him A wel
come to all.
First M E 4.-,4 Twenty-fourth
street. G. F. Rassweller, pastor. 10 a.
at., Sunday school a. m.. preach
ing service The pastor will begin a
series of six sermons on the Lords
Prayer The theme Sunday will b
"Brotherhood." 6 30, Epworth League ;
7 80, a special service, giving "The i
Other Wise Man." by Van Dyke, as n
onologuc. illuminated with forty- beau-1
UfUl stereoptlcon views specially pre
pared to Illustrate this story Even
body welcome Monday night Church
man's banquet Thursday night, pray
er meeting and meeting of official
board Friday. 7pm. Knights of King
German Evangelical St Paul's U
Twenty third and Jefferson avenue. P
Ph. Tester pastor Sunday morning
service at 11 o'clock every Sunday
Sabbath school at 9 4 o'clock Ev
Swedish Lutheran Corner Twem .
third Htreet and Jefferson avenue
Erik Floreen. pastor Sunday school
at 10 a. m Swedish services at 11
a. m The annual business meetnm
of the church will be held nt S o'clock
Wednesday evening, January 22
Danish Lutheran John Lund. pa
tor Services in the Swedish Luther
an church, corner of Twentv third and
Jefferson, at 3 o'clock.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
I of Latter-day Saints Corner of Fit
iteenth street nnd Washington avenue.
Sundav school at In ,i m Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m We have
a message of love and good-will for
all. To appreciate it you must hear
It All are Invited
Church of the Good Shepherd
(Episcopa: I Twentv -fourth and
Grant Ave. William W. Fleetwood.
! rector Holy communion. 8 a. m.
Sunday school. 9:45. Mornlnc pray
er and sermon, 11. Thoral Evensong,
I 80 Music by vested choir, A R.
White, leader o'nd soloist. Mr Wlllard
Hansen, state Dairy and food com
mlssloner will be the speaker at the
rmotlnc of the Sundav Nlghr club In
the parish house at S o'clock Miss
! Beatrice Hamlll, violinist All are
HANSEN IS TO
Wlllard Hansen or Salt Ijike City.
I dairy and food commissioner of the
state of I'tah. will address the Sun-
i day Night club tomorrow evening at
8 o'clock in the parish houc of the
! Church of the Good Shepherd. The
need for inspection of our dairy and
food products is universally recog
nized today, and most communities
are Insisting upon it Mr. Hansen and
j Others who have Investigated the con
ditions in Ogden say that there has
been great laxity in the enforcement
of o r pure food laws, largely due
to the fact that our citizens do not
realize what It means to the health
'of the community. Mr. Hansen will
deal with these conditions in his ad-
I dress, and point out the remedies.
At the close of his address there
will be an opportunity for asking
I ouestions and for a general discus
sion of the subject.
The meetinc Is open to the public.
and there will be no charge for ad-
I mission and no eollectlou will be
The Holoist of the evening will be
I Ml68 Beatrice Hamlll. v iolinist
CONTEST TO BE
HELD ON MONDAY
Much interest is being manifested
in the Nelson-Kasius oratorical con
test to be held in the Weber academy,
Friday afternoon. Each class has
entered two representatives to try for
the cold medal presented bv Peter
Kaslus and Irvln Nelson of the Cl I J I
of 1912 The contest will take place
'at 2 o'clock In the afternoon and a
COrdlal Invitation has been extended
io ths iuhln io attend. The program
Selection by aendemv orchestra,
Prof e. W Nichols conducting
Address. "America for Americans. '
Lorenzo Ric hards. 14.
Address. "What We Owe Our Na
tion.' Cora Kaslus. '14
, Address "Should ihe United States
'Control Mexico"' Clarence Anderson.
Vocal solo. Douglas Brain. '16
Address. Clean Athletics" BoyJ
Address. "Some Advantages f Um
Iversal Peace. 'Avalon Pearson, '15
Address. "Do We Americans Appro
1 prlately Celebrate Our Holidays," Jo
j sephlne Wade, '14
Male quartette, Robert Jones and
the Taggart brothers, L'
"Address, "Are You for a Bottcr Og
den?'" Harold Brown 13
Address, "Optimistic View of Life,'
Paullfts Malone. 16.
Selection, academy orchestra
Announcement anil decision of the
Presentation of modal by Principal
W W Henderson
"When I otfered him a batch ot
my Jelly tarts he just ate and ate."
"Poor James will do anything to
Read the Classified Ad5
J n J Every person who shops to-
JillU3,iy )3illvJ day may take advantage of '
the lowered prices at this January Sale. Remember, it is not a case
of buy only what is on
sale, but buy WHATEVER you need at Sale I
Tins event will soon be past and many of you will be saying. 'I in
tended to buy this or that, before the sale closed" so take this early
suggestion and don't linger longer.
White Sale Today f
Whether you have need for undermuslins or not, we want you to I
come to the Second Floor.
First of all the floor presents a better appearance than ever be
fore and, secondly, the values are better than we ever offered be
foreand the assortment AXT T T XJf T ' C?
is still first-class. W t. 1 VJ H AO
COLORADO'S TWO WOMAN LEGISLATORS TO WAGE ACTIVE FIGHT
DURING PRESENT SESSION FOR PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION"
Mrs, lli lrn itlng Itnltloaon soil Mr. Fnnrti I I. me.
llrs. Htlcn K'Ui; Kut'inifon an-A Ali. I'luiici Lc:. thc tWQ iuuo ffurnen id tbo Colorado legislators, f
Intend to waga ao acilvo fight for pr gresstva Isgislatlon durinfr thu present kfrslative woslon. Mrs. Robin- IB
on. rtho la a atate senator, won B reputation that extended beyond tier s:atc iwa years ago. In tbj fight tor
a pure wacr rupplv for Denver. Sbo : a lawyer and is also connected with the Denver Ttima. Mrs. Lm la S'
a member of tiu) ,vo iaa f iipii an I s til ta 19
Taft Offers Best Wishes
But Says "Stick to the
Middle of the Road"
Philadelphia. .Ian 1S. President
Taft. guest of the Clover club here
last nicht. wished Rood lueu Io Mr.
Wilson In his coming term In thoi
White House: predicted prosperity for
the nation under ordinary clrcum-'
stances, hut gave warning that in!
his opinion, the people at the pollsl
In November decided against radical-'
ism as well as a?aln6t conservatism.'
nnd advised the Democrats to abide
by their (the people's) verdict, 'stick
to the middle of the road."
"1 have every good will for the
MAY REPRESENT BAY 1
STATE IN SENATE j
iiam.i, I V. McCnIL
Samuol W. McCall la a candidate
to aucceal Senator Crane r Maasa
cbusetts. whone term expires on
iMarch 3 next. Mr McCall 9 a lawyer
and has represented hla dlDtrlct In
conKTf-f.N us a Republican fr.r twenty
years. Hp Is opposed by Curtis Guild,
amba-SBailor to Russia. Rpt John W
Wf-kh. form. ; rtov.td,,, i;i.en S
Draper and William ti. V ikett,
OOminf administration." said the
President ' I sincerely hope that the
I course taken by it will make you
prosperity will not Interfere with
that prosperity which, but fur some
i obstruction, certainly ia coming to
Reviews November Results.
The President's word of warning
followed a smiling review of the No-1
vember results. He said the Derao
i cratic part found itself a victor be
I tween the Republican party, deemed
I conservative, and the Progressive
pptty. called radical
"It would be well for the Incoming
administration to preserve that posi
tion and not try to 'out-herod Her
od,' " said the President. "I cannot
be conviticed thai the American peo
ple have reached the point where
the are willing to adopt a now meth
od of government without any limi
tation on the majority We are await
ing a new dispensation and as Amer
icans we are all hoping that the I
choice of the people will redound to
the benefit of the country."
Wilson's Ambitious Program.
The program of his successor the
President called ambitious, ancl he
mentioned briefly tariff revision, the
"proposal to emancipate the poor,"
and the militant spirit that is to grind
down all wrong and elevate all
if ink program could be carried
out In one or two three terni-i or dei -ados.'
said Mr. Taft "we would be'
-lad to wait Its coming.
Will Apploud Succest.
"I don t wiah to be put in the ;n
t i t udo of opposing prOgrSSI All I '
wish tn say Is It's your term and your
move If you succeed we will ap
plaud vou; if von don't, then OUI
jmlpment will bo better than youra
and we shall have taken noi the more
brilliant and enticing paths, hut the
hafest course along which lies real'
progress for mankind."
Candidate for 1916
M the conclusion of his speech Mi
Tait was made the 1916 cbandidate
oi the Clocer rlllb.
Hk speech was frequently inter
i lifted h) cheers
LABOR NEWS OF
A sc hool for waiters which was re
cently opened In Paris. France, by
no less a dignitary than M Peruand
David, the minister of common.'
doing most excellent work, according
to Its chref Instructor, and branches
will shortly be started in every impor
lunt cite in Trance a:id In other conn
tries as well
Industrial Workers of the Wo.t
have organized a tailors' union at S:m
According to statistics published by
the ministry of labor, there were dur
ing 1310 1502 strlkeB In Franco, iu-1
I'M IJ" sinkers Of these. 1
7-9 were lor higher wages. Of the j
latter. 169 were successful. 264 failed j
hi 1 In n compromise. The I
winning sink. , ; . Jj
dailj paj rum $ l to si i:; The :r. ljn
strikes which failed involved the jlSflll
"91 strikers n a loss rrom idleness
o I- i man I'mting all the ,-e- LJ
I suits together and striking .-er-age
for the whole 729 strikes, success- j M
jful and unsuccessful nnd compromis- jH
II was lounil that thf ..verage ns. jtWI
per man for the 93.826 strikers 300 j
! days after resumption of work was 4
j more than $6. It was only after the '
four hundred and third day that the 1 M
losses and gains balanced, and that -j
the Increased wages could be consid- j
' 'I -is prcfirs in the strik.ng m::ss.
nioucester. Mass unions are in- 3 fl V
creasing their membership rapidly. m
new unions having recentlv b.-n Uli
organised, the combined membership I j 9
reaching nearly 1500 f
The Labor temple, .it ancouver. B. ;
C, rec i-n 1 1 v ere, !,,!. nnd w hich, with J
the land upon which It stands, repre- '.
sentB an outlay of over a quarter of
a million dollars, is owned by the or-i
gnnized labnr nmi: ,-r 'he raftl)
trades and labor council carrying the jT?"
cr.r.trcl'ie . s. ' Slf fc
Fresh Meat L .
A little of each makes
an order for delivery.
26th St. and Wash. Phone 91