OCR Interpretation


The Ogden standard. [volume] (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, February 13, 1909, Image 6

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058398/1909-02-13/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 6

t rc
i
i p v
j f fiJ f < > lf < THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1909 J i
iJ r Ptnj m j f
= f
= J
1 ± + + I + H + H + +
+ + + + K + 7 i
E r STII L DOING BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND f
J T
f New Electric Theatre I
11 liis W e ke Bill Is One of the Best Moving Picture Shows Evert I
rhroWn OIl the Canyas r
E i
J t Open Sunday at 6 p m
Jo j r i rr Just Like Homo V I
t + + I + H + + + r + + i1 + HnIH J + + + otH + I
ShMt
> > 11
r
Wykess
Extraordinary Values
DRESS
SKIRTS
at
Great Reductions
5 AND S6 DRESS SKIRTS
FOR S37D
STOCKING SPECIAL
Ladles Spliced Solo Stockings
35c value for 25c
Childrens fleece lined extra
heavy Stockings I 20c value
for 4c
THE M M WIRESCO
238S Washington Avenue
i
RANDOM
tfNcs
In Big Demancr Just a little bet
ter than good enough nro the selec
tions on the banjo and guitar which
are being rendered by McMillan and
Mansfield at the Falstaff So popular
have they become that the manage
n ent suggests that parties wishing to
reserve booths phone early in the
evening Bell 167 Ind 91
Dr Gilbert Bancroft leading psy
chologist of this country and Austral
Ia at the Weber Acacemy Lecture
hall Monday evening Feb 15th Sea
son tickets admit >
Supt Whitney In Omaha Superin
tendent W A Whitney of the Utah
I division of the Union Pacific is at
Omaha in conference with General
Superintendent V L Park now at the
hplm once more and Is expected fo
al c at Ogden and resume his ofll
cial duties the first of the week
WANTED Women clerks Lewis
Shoe Market Retiring Sale 2313
Washington Ave
I r
Special excursion for Carey act land
locators Tuesday night February 16
from Ogden to Burtner Millard coun
ty Utah For further Information see
Wenger Rogtan room 415 Eccles
buildIng I
Thomas C Schumaker Thomas C
i
Schumaker formerly connected with
time Oregon Short Line system with
headquarters at Ogden but now gen
eral traffic manager of the El Pnso
Southwestern system with geileral of
fices in Chicago arrived from the
I + + i + HHi + + + H +
It 1
E t Orph utn Theatre 1t
C Sunday night will be the last f
night of this weeks pictures a
t bill of unusual merit t
t The College Story of the f
4 L L f KING OF THE RING
X A beautiful story true to the life T
4 the Great Tragedy Poet r
EDGAR ALLEN POE J
A pathetic story of race condl S
r tibns in the South Yo
u THE OCTOROON +
s Instructive and entertaining +
4 views
LECTURETTE ON ROME t
P i The beautiful song
+ WHAT IS LIFE TO ME f
By Miss Ballinger T
l Our Music Is Excellent +
COME TO THE FIRST SHOW Y
or at seven oclock Our middle
shows are crowded
Contrafsncing Wednesday nth J
oJ we will begin our popular Sou J
j venir Matinees for Ladles u
r Watch this paper for an +
nouncements and TIME YOUR t
WATCH BY THE ORPHEUM
CLOCK +
+
H + + + H4HH + Hi
went over the Southern Pacific this
morning and was given a hearty re
ception by old friends at local railroad
headquarters Mr Schumaker has
been at San Francisco and on tho
I coast for the past month and after
greeting old Ogden friends briefly
continued his trip east and will spend
H day or two at Omaha while en routo
to Chicago
Dr Gilbert Bancroft pF cnologtst
on psychic phenomena Including nor i
mal and abnormal mentality crimin
ology sociology Insanity
GRASS CREEK LUMP COAL 5400
at yard Castle Gate Clear Crook
Hick Springs always on hand Con
supers Coal Co A A Shaw Mgr
Phones IIS
Guest of Local AgenlC Lincoln
superintendent of the western divis
ion of tho Pullman car system with
headquarters in San Francisco arriv J
ed from the west this morning and Is
the guest of Local Agent T M Kim
I infclDr
Dr Gilbert Bancroft Monday even
ing I at the Weber Academy Lecture
hall Season tickets admit
1
Hoodoos lecture by Dr Uancrort
I
at the Weber Academy Lecture hall
Feb lot Season tickets admit
Going on a Mission D Hay Shurt
llff joined a party of eastbound Mor
mon missionaries last night en route
for Chicago and other eastern cities
End your perplexities by always us
ing Lewis Good Coal phones 149
Nothing nicer for your Valentino
than a box of flowers from City Floral
Co Order now
Funeral SundayThe funeral ot
John Stone eightyearold son of Louis
P Stone will be held at the Josephlto
church Fifteenth street and Wash
ington avenue at 2 p m Sunday
The body will He In state until 7 o
clock this evening and from 10 a m
to 1 p nu Sunday at the home 674
Twelfth street
Guessing Contest Beautiful rock
er given away Saturday to the best
guesser a Everybody Invited to guess
Grand Union Tea Store
I
Rock Springs Keromei < Castle
Gate Anthracite and Coke M L I
Jones Coal Co >
r
Dr Ives Js to occupy the Second
floor of the Masonic Temple about
March 1
Expected Sunday Superintendent
Manson and Resident Engineer Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald
gerald will return Sunday afternoon
from a business trip to Carson Nov
and Koeler Cal
SCIENCE OF SPOOKS
A STORY OF HOODOOS
Dr Bancroft who will appear In
Weber hall on Monday evening Feb
I 15th has interviewed numerous spir
its spooks and phantasms has In
vestigated personally under the most
rigid test conditions the psychologi I
cal cause of sounds voices vis I
ions music spirit raps spirit
control table tipping trumpet
speaking mediumshlp trance
suspended animation spirit photog
raphy midges prescntiments
I mate rla1lzalJons otc etc and will
In his famous lecture scientifically
explain the above marvelous phenom I
I ena within the pale of known mental
laws
lawsMme D Lillian Lewis will ably as I
list Dr Bancrrfit In this entertain i
ment Ina brilliant and versatile rep
ortolre of vocal and literary selections
readings etc Dont miss this start
ling amusing and educational enter
tainment
MARATHON RACE IN
WHICH 154 START
I
New York Feb 130ut ot a Held I
ot 151 starters James Clark of the
Xavier Athletic club of this city yes
terday won a Marathon race which I
began In the armor of the 13th Reg j
iment Brooklyn and finished there
after the runners had gone to Sea
Gate Coney Island where the turning
point was staked
The full distance of the race was
26 miles 185 yards and the winners
time was 24652 34 James Crow
ley of tho IrishAmerican Athletic 1
flub who won the Yonkers Marathon
I last Thanksgiving dar was second
FOUR YOUN6
MEN ONA
MISSION
MISSIONARIES ARE PROVIDED
WITH A SPECIAL CAR
They Will Sail From Portland Maine
for LiverpoolSecond Call for
Throe of Them
r
D Ray Shurtllff Frank Peery and
Benjamin 12 Crltchlow left Friday
evening for England where they will
enter the missionary field of the L D
S They Joined a party of seventeen
others frr > m Salt Lake and vicinity a
special car having been provide for
their use between Ogden and Chicago
Tho party will Ball from Portland
Maine for Liverpool where the varl
but assignments will be made Thomas
E McKay who left several days ago
for the cast Intending to visit Wash
ington D C before the date of sail
Ing will Join Ute party at Portland and
proceed to Berlin
D Ray Shurtllff has been called for
duty as clerk of the Liverpool office of
the British mission Mr Shurtliff is
well known in Ogden being a nephew
I of President L W Shurtllff and hav
ing recently held ttte position of clerk
of Weber stoke He was a member of
the Sunday school board before the
division of Weber stake and has
taught in several departments of We
ber academy including bookkeeping
amid penmanship I
Thomas E McKay resigned from
Ithe suporintondency of the Weber
county schools has been placed In
charge ofthe Gorman and Swiss mis
I sions Mr McKay was formerly a
teacher In Weber Academy also the
Utah Agricultural college at Logan
Ho spent three years as a missionary
In Germany and is thoroughly familiar
with that field of labor
Mr Peer and Mr Crltchlow are
both wellknown Ogden boys the for
mer being a son of the late Hon D H
Peory Mr Critchlow has labored In
the missionary field of Scotland beforo
and Is returning to his old post at Glas
gow to resume work
MEXICAN COURTS SUSTAIN
AMERICAN DIVORCE LAW
Mexico City Feb 13Th9 Mexican
courts notwithstanding the fact that
Mexico has no divorce law has sus
tamed the divorce law of the United
Slates Silvio Contrl an Italian arch
itect of this city was sued tor divorce
orco by his first wIfe who followed
him from Italy on the ground that
they were married In Italy and that
that country has no divorce laws
Contrl setup the defense that he camo
to Louisiana secured a divorce and
married thore a second time The
Mexican supreme court recognized the
Louisiana divorce and second marri
age and found against the wife rom
Italy
BOTH GAINED
By Change to Postum
We havo given Postum over a
years trial writes a WIs lady and
our only regret Is that we did not
try It before Previously we tiRed cof
fee twlco a day and wore very mill
of L
LMy
My husband had been subject lo
severe attacks of sick headache for
years and at such times could not en
dure the sight or smell of coffee This
ied me to suspect that coffee was the
cause of his trouble
I was also troubled very much with
acidity of the stomach and heart palpi
tation after meals I had been doc
toring for this but had not suspected
that coffee was the cause
Finally we purchased some Posttim
nnd It did for me what tho medicines
bad failed to do The first day wo
wed Postum I noticed less of my own
trouble the second day was entirely
tree from It and have ne cr boon
troubled since
My husband has been entirely free
from attacks of sick headache since
ho quit coffee and began to use Pos
turn
I have heard people say they did
not like the flavour of Postum rot 1
have served It to them without detec
tion because It has the color and
snappy coffee taste similar lo mild
highgrade Java This shows they
had not made It right When made
according to directions on pkg It Is
as delicious as coffee and besides It
is wholesome
Name given by Postum Co Battle
Creek Mich Read The Road to
I Wellvillo In pkgs Theres a Rea
I son Ever read the above letter A new
I one appears from time to time Tney
rre genuine true and full of human
I interest I
COURTS ARE
WITHOUT
POWER
JUSTICE COURTS HAVE BEEN
ACTING WITHOUT AUTHORITY
I
They Are Not Allowed to Enter Judg
ments on Writs of Garnishment
I Important Decision
According to a recent decision by
Judges Lewis and Armstrong In the
Third district court the justice of the
peace courts of the state of Utah have
been violating the state laws and over
stepping their jurisdiction by causing
judgments to be entered upon which
levies were made and money paid on
writs of garnishment
Now pending in the court of Justice
of the Peace Stanley A Hanks Is a
ease which will no doubt bring to
light the Illegal actions on the part of
the justices and which will undoubted
ly cause the present legislature to en
I
I act a law fully covering tho matter
In fact there Is a bill now before
I tho senate dealing with tho matter
I Some time ago A Madison Sons
company of Murray brought an ac
tion against Mrs Eliza Thomas of
Murray Irt the justice court of that
place to recover S25560 Judgment
was entered In favor of the plaintiff
for the sum asked The plaintiffs then
served an execution and writ of gar
nishment on the ZIon Savings Bank
and Trust company of this city Tho
bank answered the writ of garnish
meqt showing that It held on deposit
in the name of Mrs Eliza Thomas
25555 Judgment was then entered
against tho bank or garnIshee for the
amount stated In the answer to the
writ of garnishment
An execution was then issued by
the Murray court and given to the
sheriff who served It on the bank and
tho money was turned over to the
sheriff to bo given to the plaintiff In
the case A Madison 1C Sons company
After this procedure Mis Thomas
employed attorneys and filed in Jus
I tlce Hanks court a suit against the
I ZIons Savings and Trust company
alleging that It had no right to turn
over the money left In its trust on a
writ of garnishment issued from a Jus
tice court according to the laws of
the state which read that no court
other than a court of record has Juris
diction to caused to be levied nor jur
isdiction to enter judgment as was
done in this case
I Judge Lewis recently held that gar
nishment upon an execution cannot
issue out of a judgment In a justice of
the peace court In a Justice court
I garnishment can only Issue upon an
attachment before Judgment he held
I This law Is plainly set forth In sec
i tions 3090 and 3112 of the Revised
Statutes
According to the law as stated in
those two sections only a court of rec
ord may Issue a writ of garnishment
on an execution Justice courts or
the city court are not courts of rec
ord has It is only the higher courts
that have such jurisdiction
I According to the law any corpora
tion or business firm whlCh pays put
money on the order of a justice court
may he held answerable by the part
ies affected
i For a number of years justice
courts have been causing collections
on writs of garnishment based on xq
cut Ions and It is only within a few
weeks that this procedure has been
shown to bo contrary to law
The discovery that Justices of tho
peace have been exceeding their Jur
Isdlction has caused considerable
comment among attorneys and will
come as a surprise to many concerns
which have paid money on garnish
ments issued by Justice courts as they
hac done so without legal right and
at the risk of being sued for tho
amount by tho par ies whom tho gar
nishments might affect
I
I GOOD POSITIONS SECURED
I Miss Mollie Lund who recently
I went to Ely at 80 per month Clar
ence Eklund who has a FU position
in the S P Co Roy Parker also
with the S P Co and Miss lOlla
ONeill who wont into Mr Devotos
office this week were all students ot
Prof Smiths Business College
OGDEN FLUSHERS WILL BE
USED IN CHICAGO ILL
I
Chicago Feb 13Folty Hushing
machines will bo put into operation
In the downtown streets In Chicago In
tho spring They arc being manulac
lured In St Louis at a coot of 700
each With these tho stroets will bp
flushed thoroughly at least twice a
week
J
f
1
II r II Overcoats 1 i
I H
I IIi a rce I J I i
t jl WATSONTANNER CLOTHING CO
r
MT T T
r 11i = < 11 II I I 51 JJ It
D
Next 1rionday W e Start Ou r
I
Ii f White Sal j f
40 j
40ir
I ij 4 t a e f
J Io > i
I All White Merchandise Included
This is the first sale of its kind we have ever held It means that any white E
I article of merchandise in any department of our two stores will be offered at keen re
ductions beginning Monday
1
l
This includes the whole line of white wash goods white wool goods embroider
ies laces ribbons linens doilies scarfs white gloves white notions white hosiery
I white shoes white neckwear white underwearknit and muslin white dresses whit
I waists and skirts white corsets white bedding white curtains in fact everything that
is white
I This is merely our first announcement to prepare you 7 if o 2 I
I for the detailed list which appears in Sundays Examiner W WiIQf h ft
Look for it J n Jl QJ
Ic = = II IIQ I c I QI III
I 11fu I I
THEY REPLY
TO LEWIS
LETTER
1
MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL RE
FER TO DISCOURTESIES
b
Are of the Opinion That Petty Quib
bling and Useless Quarrels Are
Handicapping Improvements
I J
To The PubllcOn Fob 10th Mr
1
John S Lewis in a public letter ac
cused tho city council of a lack of
courtesy In conducting business with
the board of park commissioners The
council could with equal justice
i claim a lack of courtesy on the part
of the board of park commissioners
toward the council Waiving that
phase however we note that Mr Lew
is in his letter claims the discourtesy
to bo In the fact that the council did
not appoint a special time and place
I for a meeting with the board of park
commissioners and that the council
did not read the report of the board
Ho distorts the motion passed by the
council ut the time the report of tho
board was submitted asking the board
of park commissioners to meet the
council on fcne of Its regular mooting
nights into something entirely dif
ferent and not Intended bv the coun
cil No discourtesy was Intended but
It appears that Mr Lewls did not want
to appear at a public meeting which
I Is just what the council did want
and for several reasons As to not
I reading the report we admit that It
was not read In council but It was
seen and read by several of the coun
cil and fully discussed by aJl and no
purpose would have been served by
taking the time of the council to have
tho report read It was filed as Is
usual In such cases of long reports
But s not all the above I simply
I quibbling am seeking to censure and I
lay the blamo on the council when
j tho real reason for the attack Is that
I Mr Lewis is disappointed at the small
appropriation made for the park work
for the year He claims that the
amount appropriated is only enough to
maintain the parks allowing nothing
for Improvements This is Just what
the council Intends the appropriation
for and no more Them arc now 79
street intersections where the resl
dents have paid for sidewalks and
other Improvements that are not sup
plied with crossings or other improve
ments which they want find are en
titled to have tis not possible to
make tho needed park improvements
and at the same time provide these
people with the crossings It is their
right to have and which It Is the duty
of the city to build for the reason
that the money is not to be had for
both purposes
We do not wish to be understood
as decrying or opposing park Improve
ments It is very necessary and the
zeal and efforts of the board of park
commissioners to that end are com
mendable but we believe that the
board members do not fully realize
the greater necessity for using the
money on the Intersections mention
pd as do the members ot the coun
cil
While we all want our parks to be
In the best possible state of Improve
ment we think that the people who
having paid for sidewalks and now
find themselves unable to cross the
muddy streets between such walks
with no crossings provided to keep
their feet from the mud of the street
will be more pleased crosswalks
that they may go dry shod and free
from mud from one sidewalk to an
other than they would be with furth
er park Improvements whon only one
is possible
If Mr Lewis really desires to be of
service to tho citizens of Ogden in
stead of resigning from the board and
asking that the law be repealed he
should recognize the wisdom of the
small appropriation at this time nnd
continue in the good work of admin
istering the lawn relating to the park
ing and planting of trees along streets
etc as well as the maintenance of the
present improvements which the ap
propriation will amply cover well
knowing that the council will provide
the money for further park Improve
ments as soon as it Is possible
It is our opinion that It would have
been more In the line of courtesy had
the board of park commissioners per
sonally made tho request tar the ap
propriation of 10000 Instead of ask
ing a member of the council to do
so Further we believe the law cre
ating the board of park commission
ers a good one and would be pleased
indeed If the same could be continued
In goodwill and harmony but If
there is to be so much of petty quib
bling and useless quarrels over mat
ters of courtesy we believe would
be better to repeal said law
SignedSAMUEL
SAMUEL THOMAS
CHRIS FLYGARE
J B DANA
C J HUMPHRI6
GEO W WILSON
Members of City Council
I
ALlAN MAY I
BE SENT I
DOME
IMMIGRATION OFFICERS HERE TO
INVESTIGATE HIS CASE
Follow Jump From a Train and Lat
er Said to Have Attempted to I
Commit Suicide I
I
The immigration authorities were
In tho city today inquiring into the
case of the aged Italian L Dal Carlo
who has been detained from tIme to
time by the local police and county of
Jlclals with a suspicion that his mind
was affected I
Some months ago Del Carlo jumped
or fell from an eastbound train some
miles west of Ogden > and when an at
tempt wag uiado by trainmen to assist
him stood them off with a fence rail
until overpowered and brought to the
city He was held at the police sta
tion for some time before Interpret
ers could secure from him any Infor
mation regarding himself He claim
i
I
SIIURTLIFF I
AND COMPANY
Have moved Coal
I Office to Room 318
Eccles building
1 Phones Ben 118
I Independent 183 c
I
21 I jrEIi1 i 1
fYaII
The Hess Biscuit
and Bread Co
I
Hnvc remodeled the Cracker Factory recently and engaged
Mr itinnamon one of the best Irneker bakers in the country
Goods guaranteed equal to any in the market
Money back if not as represented s
Ask Your Grocer for the lIome Product
i
aY < lr rr lIi L t J
I
I
P C Richardson
Wbolesale and Retail
Dealer in
Hay Grain Flour
and Potatoes
Also carry the best lines of Coal to bo
found on the market Special attention paid to
your order whether it be one sack or a car
OFFICE ANP STORE
Next to P 0 Bell 788 Ind 569 I i
1
p i P I
I
ed to have been returning from Cali
i fornia to his former home in Itnly and I
assorted that he had lost a couple of
grips and all his money This ho
I said was his reason for jumping from
the train
I
After being held at the station tor
several days his shoulder which ho
complained of was found to have
been severely Injured and he was gK
I oa medical attention and afterward i
taken In charge by local Italian It i
that he attempted
I was stated some time ago
tempted to commit suicide by Hang l
ing while In the Jail and It is these r
facts which the authorities are In05 J
tlgatlng with view to having Ulm dt
polled to his native land

xml | txt