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1o THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 191?.
I Dr PRICE'S CREAM EaMii Fowler A pure, Grape cream of tartar baking powder Makes Food More De licious and Wholesome No Alum No Phosphates j Care mast be taken to keep Alum from the Food Prof. AJ on zo Clark, of New York: "A substance (alum) which can derange the stomach should not be tolerated in baking powder." Prof. S. W. Johnson, Yale CoIIcrc: "I regard their 'alum I and soluble alumina salts) introduction into baking powders as I most dangerous to health." Read the Label on the can. Unless it shows a cream j of tartar ingredient don't buy the powder i CITY ENGINEER GIVEN $200 A MONTH The Goddard Pickle & Preserve company this morning petitioned the city board of commissioners to grant a franchise for the bulldlnc of a spur of the Oregon Short Line track across Wall avenue at Twentieth street- The matter was referred to the commit tee of the whole The company Is prepared to erect a factory at the i pew site where trackage Is to be se- cured. j The petition of property owners for ! a sidewalk on the west side of Grant I avenue between Nineteenth and Twen- I tieth streets was referred to the su- l prlntendent of streets for consldra- I By a unanimous vote of the commts- 'jm '' slonera the salary of the city engi- 'i neer was Increased from $160 to $20"i J 1 a month, dating back to January 1 I of this year. -I oo II MARY L. GEFFSi I POLITICAL I SPEAKER Mary L. Geffs of Colorado arrived in the city today to deliver the fourth lecture on the Socialist Lyceum course She will epeak this evening at the Tabernacle on "What Soclalisto Want." When a representative of the Stand ard aaked her what she thought of the political outlook for the future 6he said that It was a ery complicated vialon that she had. "The majority of people," she said, "as a rule prefer palliatives to strik ing at the root of the disease. They learn by experience end sad export ence at that. Roosevelt hot air and Taft standpatlsm is what It take to I I WaSclics SOLID GOLD S-j and GOLD FILLED HI Watches The latest styles in Waltham, Elgin and Hamilton time pieces at less than what others pay H I for them. UNCLE SAM LOAN 1 OFFICE -'m 278 25th St I The Newport Cafe I I JIM, WONli-WE. Managers, .. H 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. 1 1 Open Day and Night. J.verything Sanitary. Fresh Meats 1 Palace Cafe ,S Special limner . . 25c ';r3,' Lurch lrom 11 a. m t p. m. ijrjjM Dinner from 4 p. m, to 9 p. m. TOM HOY, Mgr 284 ?.3th 8t teach them there is nothing in cap! talism for them These spasmodic ;ind periodic out breaks of so-called Insurgency and progressivlsm are but the advance signs of the breaking up of the old order. Our soc iot of today sanctions the existence of a pampered class of poodle-dog fame, on the one hand, and the lowest form of slavery ever iti existence child slavery on the oth er But the indications are that the American people are awakening to the useless and senseless traged of these two extreme extremes and thai they will reorganize our whole order of society " A long career as a newspaper pub lisher reporter and special writer has given Mrs (Jeffs an unusually clear Insight Into industrial and political life But she has not only studied industrial conditions from the- vlei point of the writer she has worked In factories :ind sweatshops. oo EASTER IN THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH i The Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal) Easter program will be as follows Holy communion 8 a m. Sunday school at 9:45 a m Festival service at 11 a m Choral evensong and hol baptism at 4:30 p m 1 Morning, 11 O'Clock. Organ Prelude Andante Mendelssohn Mrs A. R White "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today-' Morgan Introit Anthem "Christ Our Pass over" Kyrle Ellison. Gloria Tlbi. Laus Christl. Credo Eyre Solo "Consider the Lilies" Topllff Miss Myrtle Thatcher. Sermon Gloria Patri Harrison Solo "Thy Redeemer Liveth" Manney A R. White. Offertory Whitney Sursum Corda, SanctUS Benedlctus Qui Venlt, Agnus Del Byre Gloria in Bxcelsis Cruikshank Nunc Dlmrnittis . Harrison "The Strife Is O'er" . Palestrlna Organ Postlude I) Minor Vockner Choral Evensong. 4 30 O'Clock Organ Prelude Andante .Beethoven .u i b. .- n. nuiM Processional Hymn "Jesus Christ Is Risen" Morgan Gloria Patri. Nunc Dlmmlttls Harrison Choir, solo pans by Miss Thatcher and A R Whit Hymn "Jesus Lives" Gauntlett Offertory Solo "Alleluia' Humphries A. R White Bc-ncdletion. Anthem "Why Seek Ye the Living Among the Dead?" ....... Cooke Recessional "Hark' Ten Thousand Voices Sounding" T. B Dykes Organ Postlude Batiste Mrs. A R W hlte SIXTY CASES OF DISEASE FROM ONE MAN As a result of his leaving a quar antined house at 1795 Tenter avenue on Januarv 18. William Paskett of Grouse Creek, Utah, was brought be fore Judge Reeder this mornlDg. Paskett pleaded guilty but stated that he left because he wished to be with hit family and that ho believed he had been treated badly by the health Inspector. As he was not giv en permission to leave after he had fumigated his clothes and disinfect ed himself Inspector Shorten stated that Pas kett had been found living at the house In question after the health of ficers learned that smallpox had ex isted In the family several days with out being reported He said that ,t wa: the duty of the inspector to hold Paskett until It was known whether he had taken the disease. Since Paskett left the place for his home, Mr, Shorten stated there have been CO cases of the disease reported In Grouse Creek and that from the same house 14 cases of the disease in Ogden have been traced Indue Reeder took the matter un der advisement. oo When 8 girl meets a young man af ter her own heart, she hopes that he will iLSk for her hand. NEGRO IN COURT WITHOUT SHOES To sorry looking individuals,! bearing badly battered countenances, appeared before Judge W H. Reeder in police court this morning on thej charges of drunkenness. One man. T. J- Conley. claims to be a machin ist and was arrested at the depot yesterday morning The other, a ne- I BjrOi answered to the name of John Doe. John Doe entered the court room without shoes, and hiR appearance Suggested that possibly he might have been ready for bed when ar- i rested. He was taken in by Sergeant Mohlman last night while creatine 8 disturbance at his home. The- other occupants of the house stated that he hnd been beating his wife, but if thej information was lo the effect that he had received a beating it would have 1 been bellCTed for John wore one of I the most unattracthe black eves that has ever been exhibited in the couit The negro claims absolute ignor ance of his actions after lie purchased a bottle of whisky. He did not re-1 memler how he came to be arrested nor why his actions had been siieh that it was necessary for two of his I relatives to sit on his body to hold him until the patrol wagon arrived, w 1th the police Judge Reeder took his case under advisement until the testimony of the arresting officer could he beard. Conley had his case settled this I morning He was given his choke of serving five days or paying the same amount of dollars, and after, remain lug in the Jail for possibly one-half hour, he decided to pay his fine in stead of Reiving the time. Accoring to the arresting patrol man, Conley ha(i been trying to sleep off a drunk in the waiting room of the depot and he gTCw angry when a patrolman asked him to move away. ' lie gave the officer a "piece of his mind ' to such an extent that he was arrested instantly Conley was n n -able to explain the bruises on his face, but believed he might have se I cured them by falling. CAMEO KIRBY AT THE OGDEN Large audiences are enjoying a treat this week at I he Ogden theater In a sumptuous and in every way ad mirable presentation of "Cameo Klr by," which is conceded by everybody to be the best play yet offered by the popular stock company. It teems with intense situations, clever comedy and delightful scenes It is a wonderful performance -remarkable at the prices charged. "Cameo Kirby" will run the balance of the week. Next week "Brewster 's Millions." (Advt) oo RAILROADS ARE SHORT OF LABOR Assistant K C Manson of the Ore gon Short Line railroad company, ac companied by C J. McNitt. company auditor, left for the, north at 1 o'clock this morning on a trip of inspection and auditing. The two spent yester day afternoon in Ogden, going over the books and inspecting the shops, yards and buildings. Mr Manson made no announcement of prospective improvements on the ioad and local officials are inclined to believe that Improvements will be I handicapped this year because of a lack of laborers. The return of Ihou sands of Greeks to their country to' serve in the war against Turkev has! We Please Others We Can PleaseYou The ordinary grocery store is often disappointing. Not so here We always have something in our choice stock to tickle the palate of those whose appetites need forcing a little. Many delicacies we ship in direct We have an unusual ly good lot of fruit, green vegetables, homemade goods, staple and fancy groceries. Pay us a visit, t'will be un usually helpfui Harris Grocery Co. g 338 25th St. Phones 2215-2216 put the employment agents in a pre dicament as they cannot supply a par; of the laborers demanded at the pres ent time by the railroad Not onlv have the Greeks gone, bu' the Italian laborers show no inclina tion to return Many can obtain prof itable employment on farms In Italy, supplying food for the Balkan sol dlers, itate the employment agenU and they would rather remain In their country while there are opportunities to gain a living than return to the United Slates TRAPPER SHOT BY AN ITALIAN Brigham City, March 18 C B De laney. the trapper who was shot by j an Italian at Lucin last evening while helping lo skiu sheep was brought to this city today to be cared for by County Physician A L Hrown Delaney was operated upon and (he bullet removed and he Is improving He is out of danger. Delaney m relating the story of the affray says that there was no quar rel While skinning the front leg of B Bheep his knife slipped and slight ly cut the Italians wrist. He heard the Italian mumble something in his native tongue to a companion and then stepping back a few paces the enraged Italian fired. The assailant escaped. Delaney savs his home is in Grand Rapids, Mich . but he has spent a number of years in the west The officers are searching the west ern part of the county for the Italian and his countryman. oo DEATHS nfjlERALS GUTHRIE The funeral of Mrs. Mary B. Guthrie who died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. A ft Iky wood, yesterday afternoon, will be held Friday afternoon The serv ices will be conducted In St. Joseph's church aJ 2 p. m . followed by Inter ment in Mountain lew cemetery. The body will lie In state at the Hey wood home. 675 Twenty-fifth street, on Thursday between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon and 7:30 and 9 o'clock in the even ing. RUSSELL Th 4 - weeks-old son ol Mr and Mrs. J. M. Russell died at the family home, 126 Twenty-sixth street, at 9 o'clock this morning, fol lowing a brief illness of pneumonia. The body has been removed to the Klrkehdall undertaking rooms to await the arrival of the father, who is in California. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. oo EGGS FOR HATCHING. S C. Anconas. the eggs machine, the greatest layers In existence, nono setters, lay the year around; cold weather cuts no figure Phone 1619-"W 737 Adams. 3-19-lmo GREEKS OF CITY ARE TO HOLD SERVICES Among the Greek colony of the city there is feeling of sadness over I the death of Hint; George, who was assassinated yesterday, and there la j In movement on foot to bold memorial services in the city on the day of the 1 funeral. Local Greeks are especially grieved , over the fact that the shooting was i committed by a citizen of Greece Those who have emigrated from Qreeci remember the liberal policy of the king and cannot understand why i : citizen of that country should com ! mit such an acL Arrangements for the memorial ser I vices to be held In Ogden will not be carried out far until the arrival of the official Greek newspaper publish ed in New York, which will be dellv c red to the local subscribers on Sat 1 urday. The local Greeks look for an announcement in that issue from the p ek ambassador at Washington con- rnlng the date upon which such service- .hall be held and giving the nature of the services Even if such announcement is not given, a com mittee will be appointed to secure a meeting place and arrange for a Greek priest to conduct the serv ices. Gustav Pepares a Greek merchant at 158 Twenty-fifth street, stated to daj that a Greek priest from Salt Lake will be secured for the day, "We feel that we should show our loyalty to Greece by holding appro priate ceremonies," said Mr Pepares today, and will hold a meeting where the life work of the i!e;id king will be extolled and prayers offered for the ruler's spiritual welfare. Even I though the consul sends out no no tice, we shall arrange for services to be held in Ogden " oo OGDEN TO HAVE FLY CRUSADE THIS YEAR As a preliminary step in the fly crusade that is to be carried on in Ogden this season. Sanitary Inspec tor George Shorten has had printed a number of signs to he placed In the rear of restaurants and In other pla ces where fly feeding material is apt I to be dumped. I The cards emphasize the import - ance of keeping the premises clean of all manure slop and rubbish of all i kinds upon which flics live and In i which the egg are hatched. Restaurant keepers are warned of the ordinance compelling them to keep swill barrels screened and covered and also to keep provisions to be used for food away from the germ car riers. Inspector Shorten looks for an an nouncement from the stale board of health of a fly swatting contest to be conducted along the same lines as the one carried on last season He is also advocating a fly swatting day early In the season when a part of the daily school work will be given over to instructions on getting rid of files and methods of eradicating them from the houses. oo TO STANDARD SUBSCRIBERS The Evening Standard business of fice closes at 8 o'clock each even ing. Complaints for papers must be made before that time to receive at tention If you do not get your pa per by 6 30 o'clock p m , call up tel ephone Xo 5C and ask for the circu ation manager Read the Classified .Vis. t The Latest Vacuum Cleaner on the Market and the Best Too The Superior Vacuum Cleaner Only $3.50 Each Read this letter and take your orders direct to the company or call at the Standard office. Editor Standard, Ogden, Utah: You are hereby authorized to sell the $10 Superior Vacuum Cleaner for $3.50 to your subscriber or I will sell the same at my office in basement of the Reed Hotel for $3.95 each. I guar antee my Superior Vacuum Cleaner to excel any other vacuum cleaner on the market costing $10.00 or less. Satisfaction guaranteed. The Universal Supply Co. GUS TRORLIGHT, M anager. Quality guaranteed you don't have to sign a contract to get this Vacuum Cleaner. Have our demonstrator show you. REMEMBER $3.50 AT THE STANDARD OFFICE OR $3.95 IN THE BASEMENT OF THE REED HOTEL. i 0 HEAVY RAILS ON CANYON ELECTRIC Work on the Hermitage-Huntsvlllc extension of the intcriirhiin Rapid Transit road is progressing and it l expected that the line will be com-, pleted by July 15 of this year A large supply of ties is on hand and rails will b ordered at an earl date, it is understood thai 60-pound rails will be placed on this section! of the canyon road. rn LIGHTING BILL SIGNED BY j GOVERNOR The officers and members of ih.--Weber club were elated today to learn that Governor William Spry had sign eci house bill No 1''6, relating tu street lighting. The bill was killed upon being t irst introdueed but wis reintroduced through the efforts of President H M Rowe ol the Weber Club) who took a fling trip to Salt Lake to point out to the legislative I committee the advantages to be de rived from the passage of the bill While the passage of the bill does , not in any way affect the plans for the white way in Ogden. as those i I plans vould have gone through with out the bill, it will now be possible to have all merchants and residents on the streets to be lighted share in the expense of the installation ' There are some people In Ogden 1 without sufficient pride to back .1 proposition that will mean much to 1 the eiiy.' said Secretary I L. Reyn olds today "In the efforts of the com 1 mittee on the 'white way' proposition to secure the signatures of all busi ' ness men owning property on the streets to be lighted, merchants were found who refused to contribute io the expense of installation These mossbar Us.' however, were not suf fieientlv numerous to hold back tb proposition, but it is gratify ing to the committee to know that they may be' 1 ompelled to support the proposition In the same way that I hey would be compelled to pay for sidewalks or gut tering." The bill In question provides for the creating of lighting districts In cities In the same manner that it provides for the creating of sidewalk di-.-irb t I Upon being presented the second time the bill passed both houses u'th one reading, and now, by the governor's signature, is made law NEW HOMES TO BE BUILT IN CITY The Wilson Brothers, grocervnien. have begun the erection of a stor building on Twenty-eighth street and Wall avenue that will cu.u about 2,- 500 Martin Dalebout is building an ad dition to his residence on Twenty seventh street and Monroe avenue that will cost $1000. H W Todd has begun the erection of a residence on Twenty -third street between Jefferson and Madisou ave nues, the cost to be $2500. uu LABOR NEWS OF ALL COUNTRIES I leveland. O . painters have voted unanimously in favor of demanding the Saturday hall holiday and 50 cents an hour Three states have not yet reached the 14 year limit for employment in factories Alabama, Mississippi ( bo s 1 and I 'tah Seventy-five per cent of ail the fin ishing work done in ihe -armeni 111 dustry of New York is done In the homes There are at present nearly 14.000 children between the ages of 14 and 16 employed In the Factories of Ne York state An increase of 10 per cent is to be given the mechanics of the Cana dian General Electric company at Pe te boro The Brotherhood of Railway Train men pays out approximately 2,000, imti a year In the I'liU'd Stales and Canada to satisfy death and total dis ability claims A Pennsylvania 1 ollepe maintains a bituminous coal mine for instruc tion in practical as well as theoret ical mining. Including rescue work A 5 per cent increase- in wace- u cement workers in England through out the Thames and Medway cement district has been anuounced. Minimum wage legislation in Eng land and Australia has. It is said, dou bled, and Bometlmes trebled 1 1 tor mer wages of women employes Delaware Indiana Missouri, North Carolina and other states are talking of measures to make more efficient tholr departments of factory Inspec tion More than ?nno textile workers eni ploved in shops throughout Pennsyl vania have been organised recently and succeeded In getting union condi tions. Lurgan, Ireland, weavers rind inf ers have struck in consSQUence of the refusal of the owners to accede to their demand to increase their wages. More than 200 Brltlih unions are involved In a scheme to amalgamate the organizations catering for the metal, engineering and ship building ( industries Berlin chauffeurs are forbidden to inoke while on duty in the effort to keep clown the number of accidents Th law applies to any one operating a car Organized in 1873. and at present the oldest labor organization in the state of Minnesota, the Minnesota Ty pographical union will celebrate its fortieth anniversary shortly The trades union bill, which empow ers British unions to employ their funds for certain political purpose-, passed its third reading In the bouse of commons ::'vArr -xg for a I I TIF ON THE I FASHIONS FOR SPRING! Investigate o ur I I kind. You'll find t h e I I proper style for men I j I who wish to be eor- a j rect. Out of the London fog looms the Eng lish mode No padding in the shoulders long, soft I roll lapel coat form fitting trousers not so full and straight vest cut high. That's the "live 1 one" for the young I man today. In the more con- I -ervative styles we're j showing the favored models but placed far above the aver age by those touches of superior tailoring for which we are known and which give them exclusive distinctiveness. The fabric s Cheviots Worsteds Tweeds in grays, blues are the pre vailing colors. Kuhns' Modem Clothes Shop Wash Ave. at 2355v Come On In MINISTER WORKING AS MINER KILLED Snlt Lake. March 19 Working as I a miner to be close to the laboring j classes that he might carry on his j ! c hosen task of uplift from their own J j level, the Rev. J. Morlnls Kic hards, ( ongregntional minister, met death at j Sunnyside The clergyman was & highly educated man and an eloquent speaker! but, according to the Rev H A Simphln, pastor of Phillips Con- i gregatlonal church, he frequently pre ferred the pick to th? pulpit and dug j coal in the dusty, dangerous tunnels, j I earning his livelihood and teachin? j 1 his fellow workmen th lessons thai j oilier preachers teach in their church es. Details of the accident, which j occurred Monday, have not reached j Salt Luke, but it was reported yes- j terday that a cave-in occurred. Th? j body was expec ted here last nigh'. but did not arrive. General Manager II : Williams of J the I'tah Fuel company ald last J night that he had received no report j of the accident other than that it wa the Rev. Mr Richards who was kill- J ed. It is believed that those who ic- j company the body will be able to give j I some information concerning the i'- I cldent. I The Rov Mr. Richards " as former ly pastor of the Congregational church ; at Sandy. He was a member of the j Sanch lodge oi Odd Fellows, and that order will bae eharg. ol the funeral arraiigeini nts The Re Mr Simp kin will deliver the funeral sermon. The body will be taken to the funenl j establishment of K. W Hall YOU ARE WELL GUARDED is as to quality when you purchase je'v'j elrj IVTe We i T.nil-e . e TV ' fl in A ve sell for c i ''' h ' Tll C watc h, the diamond ring the " ''1""' j . or an . otb I ornament tioucln , J can be deM-ml. . upon as bein 1 ' j best of its k'nd in addition to "'ln-; strictly correct in design See j special display if you have a jcwcir. need. Harry Davis , 384 Twenty-fifth Street ' The Store with the Guarantee" SEE OUR. WINDOW DISPLAV