OCR Interpretation


The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, April 19, 1909, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058398/1909-04-19/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

ii
T
J l i
I
w THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY APRIL 19 1909
j
iii
SERMON BY
REVEREND
BROWN
1
r
DELIVERED AT UNITARIAN HALL
I t < LAST EVENING
Functioning as Rellgfoui Beings
Toulc Blessed lar The Man
Who Has Found Work
Speaking from the thom Function
Ing oa Religious Beings at the Uni
tarian hall In Ogden last evening Rev
Brown said In part
Today In the very middle Bostons
proudest boulevafd Commonwealth
avenue Is a bronz statue of heroic
size the most conspicuous sttue ot
a private cItizen that the whole city
contains It Is the statue ota man
who more than any other who lived Jn
Boston seventyfive years ago func
tloned In the sphere of religion Wil
liam Lloyd Garrison What made Wll
llnm Lloyd Garrleon the power he be
came In this human world Born of a
drunken father who early deserted his
family and never was heard of Again
becoming almost as a child the depend
ence of his mother and the younger
children with scantiest opportunities
of education this mere stripling of
2G without reputation and without a
dqllar of capital came to Boston In
1831 and began publishing the Libera
tor a paper deyoted to the abolition
of negro slavery In the United States
In Boston then a great cotton mart
ho tried In vain to procure achurch or
vestry for the delivery some lectures
by means of which he hoped to Inter
est people In his enterprise Finally
a body of Infidels offered him the use j
of their small hall Ho visited pri
vately many of the leading citizens of I
the city statesmen divines and mer
chants and besought them to take the
lead In a national movement against
slavery but they all with ono consent
began to make excuse some of thorn
listening to his plea with manifest im
patience He was llsappolnted but
not disheartened His conviction of
the righteousness of his cause of the
evils and dangers of slavery and the
absolute necessity of the contemplated
movement was only intensified by op
position and he resolved to go ahead
And these were the words which he
made the motto of that paper The
standard of emancipation Is now un
furled Let ah the enemies of the
persecuted blacks tremble I will be
as harsh as truth and as uncompromis
ing as justice I am in earnest I I
will not equivocate I will not excuse
I will not retreat a single Inch and I i
will bo heard Posterity will bear tes
timony that I was right For over
thirty years that paper was published I
through poverty and persecution and
opposition almost unparalleled in mod
em times But the paper founded un
der such inauspicious circumstances
says the Encyclopedia Britannica ex
erted a mighty influence and lived
to record not only President Lincolns
proclamation of emancipation but the
adoption of an amendment to the con
stitution of the United States forever
prohibiting slavery What Is the sig
nificance of William Lloyd Garrison
Thero Is but one answer to the ques
tion but one way of accounting for
the man or his life he was a man
who functioned In the world of religion
not the limp and nerveless thing
which went by that name not the mor
ally impotent form and dogma of a
church which was nothing under the
StD but a monument to antiquity and
antiquated things but the world of Hv
p Jng moral and ethical reality The I
i
world of religion of supreme reality
is not the world of sordid bargaining
In that real worlfi freedom Is moro
than property a man is more than a
dollar In that real world where re
ligion U life the claims of men mu t
sup rliodo thp claims of propertail
things must make way for the soul
What Is tha message which Jcstr
and all his companions In all ages
have spoken and are still speaking to
the world speaking by the way they
lived far more powerfully than they
could In any words ThOr were say
Ing and arc still saying These things
to regard
which you mop und women seem
gard as r atand permanent laws
customs social relations civilization
I Thoy
and tho like are not permanent
are transient fleeting They will not
remain Does Jerusalem seem BO en
during Not one stone will bo loft
above another In Its walls Does the
Roman empire seem tho supremo real
ity It Is as unstable as a mist Does
human slavery seem tho foundation of
national wealth nnd Industrial power
It cannot remain No nation can en
dure half slavc and half free Noth
ing endures but the truth and Justice
and truth and justice are otqrnally on
the march The first two or three
centuries of the Christian religion are
the moat eloquent and convincing wit
ness to the truth of all this that can
be f6uml anywhere Without physical
force of any kind without property
hunted for their lives compelled to
hide In caves and dens and tombs with
every avenue of honor or wealth or
prestige closed to them nevertheless
the only thing In the Roman world that
grew and waxed strong and over
whelming through tho two or three
centuries following Jesus was the
movement he set on foot and a Roman
emperor had to adopt it to save his
kingdom from speedy downfall
What IB the word of religion today
What must It ally to you and mo and
all the world Thin Tho world In
which you are fupctlonlng In trade and
cainmorco and the like IB not the real
v IlIt Is passing transient It has
ni v ho olomontn of permanence Not
for UIOSQ doon life exist Not for those
chlolly are human beings born equip
ped with bodlu and minds endowed
with gifts of love and aspiration and
sympathy Not for those are men and
womon made Not In these can life
express Itself The end of human life
is not soned merely by the creation of
vast wealth by the bull Ing of great
cities by the realization of worldem
pire Worldempire for America Is no
moro In the light of present day needs
hopes aspirations rights than world
empire for Romo wns In the light
of that days needs aspirations rights
If wc men are to live today we shall
live most really not In the process of
building transcontinental railroads
transoceanic steamships continental
Irrigation projects or new editions of
Chicago or Now York or London or
Rome or Babylon out hero on the
plains of the west It isnt a greater
Chicago a granter New York a great
er Rome a more magnificent Babylon
that humanity ncjeds The jonly build
Ing In which we shall find our real
place nnd function Is tho building hero
on the earth of the city of God which
Is the city of Man tho city of Com
radon the structure of human brother
hood That alone IB tho service of re
ligion That alone makes the earth
worth while makes It more than a
mere floating clndor in the sky
SERVICES HELD IN PARIS
JOAN OF ARC MEMORIAL
Paris April IS Services In com
memoration or Joan of Arc wore hold
in all the churchos today Numerous
houses wore illuminated tonight
In response to appeals hy IAction
Francaise und other clerical organs
several demonstrations occurred in
the streets today and a number of ar
rests were made
Among those taken by the police
were a soldier who was crying Long
live the King down with Clomen
ceau
e TOE CURE FOR
SSS
v SCROFULA
The usual symptoms of Scrofula aro enlarged glands of the neok
pores and ulcors on the body skin affections catarrhal troubles weak
eyes and general poor health The inhorited poison transmitted through
the blood pollutes and weakens this fluid and in place of its nutritive
qualities fills the circulation with scrofulous matter which saps tho vitality
of the entire system Thousands of children born with a scrofulous mint
lave spent their childhood in constant physical suffering and grown to
manhood or womanhood handicappod by ill health and stunted growth
and perhaps later some disease of the bono or joints developed 8 S 8
given in their oarlv life would havo provontod this It would have
cleansed and purified the blood of tho taint nourished and stengthonod
their systems and assisted each to grow into strong healthful manhood
or womanhood S S S is the very boot remedy for Sorofula It goes
down to tho bottom of the trouble and oioansos tho circulation of all
scrofulous matter supplies the weak diseased blood with strength
and healthbuilding qualities and under the purifying offocts of the great
remedy all symptoms of Scrofula pass away S S S contains no minerals
In any form and is an absolutely safe treatment for children ovon infants
or persons of any ago Literature about Scrofula and any modical advice
fcee THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA
Have Y oua
I Summer Stove
The stifling air of a I
close kitchen is changed to
comfortable coolness by
= 1
t installing a New Perfec
L tion Wick Blue Flame
I Oil CookStove to do the
Q 00 i family cooking
i PC No kitchen furnishing is
I so convenient as this stove
f Gives a working heat at
once and maintains it
until turned outthat too
without overheating the
room The
NEW PERFECTION
Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove
is built with a CABINET TOP just like a steel
range It is the most convenient stove ever made
and Is almost indispensable to summer comfort From
its powerful burners to its handy racks for towels
k is simply PERFECTION Three sizes Can be
had either with or without Cabinet Top Ask your
dealer or write our nearest agency
The 7 > f very
T hndtom
TheRyo Lamp °
j if + fj piece of
I houiefurnishing and gives
A clear powerful light more agreeable than gas or elec
tricity Safe everywhere and always Made of brass
finely nickelplated just the thing for the livingroom
If not with your dealer write our nearest agency
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY
Incorporated
II
SERVICES AT
METHODIST
CHURCH
WELL ATTENDED BY MEN AT
EVENING SESSION
Be Strong the Toplo of short Ser
mon by Reverend Q W
McCreary
The evening service at the Metho
diRt church was especially for
men a largo number of whom were
present and eat in a body A beauti
ful carnation war presented to each
man and following the services
others wore distributed to tho wo
men
Mr McCreery delivered the follow
ing sermon on Be Strong
There Is a line of development of
animal life that Is marked by the
changes In the backbono The feat
ure In which man distinguished from
all others Is that all big active life
Is engaged tn with erect body with
vertical backbone When sick or tired
he is not himself he fights his battle
With backbone weary The sneak the
criminal the coward does not stand
erect the line of criminals In your
penitentiary has n distinct lean for
ward Very few of them stand erect
Man fihould be erecthe should stand
up straight Ifo fights hip host battles
erect This IB what Paul moans when
ho urges the Corinthians to quit your
solves like manbe strong To be
strong Is a necessity of manhood
I One must be strong In every
part of life We nro no stlongor than
our weakest point and oven our
strongest If neglected may be the
the point whore wo brnnk
1 We must ho strong In our
thoughts As a mrn thlnketh In bin
heart so is ho is true Our thoughts
aro often the cause of weakness Do
you always think yourself strong
When you Imagine any possible situ
ation do you imagine yourself as tak
ing n strong part or that of a wClllt
ling Do you believe that thcro IB any
temptation which would overcome
you You may rest assured that It
will whon It comes As thoughts a > o
tho Impulse of action they must bo
strong
2 Because we must be strong In
action Tho life about UR demands
strength hero are no many tempta
tions which surround u8lt IB not
easy to stem tho tide and overcome
the downward tendency all about us
Indifference the spoil and satis
faction with the proflcnt IB so easy
Thorn is a story tbld or a man un I I
der flue for tho first time and he
noticed that his knees wore trembling
and he spoke thus to thorn shako
Hhake If you will It you know whore
I am going to take you you would
shako ninro1 I
3 But our purposes which give
meaning to acts must also bo strong
Purpo3oalm is essential There arc
few who fall that meant to do so Thoy
wanted to do hotter but tho strong
purpofio for tho good which Is peace
tinT > was lacking nnd so they drifted
Purpose thrusts ahead against tho
current because mon know It Is right
It Is tho necessity of back bone In
purpose Two officers were riding Into
battle when tho younger noticed that
tho older one had a blanched face
I Indicating fear He twitted him but
the oldor man said Yes I am
afraid but if you saw tho danger as
I dOott would turn and run
We need a purpose that will drive
against fear ngalns all else
We must bo strong in every part
of life
II Wo must havo backbone at all
time One never darop to weaken In
tho least The spinal cord Is vary
delicate It la easily effected by phys
ical condition so any weakness of tho
spinal cord of character has Its effect
upon our development of character
Character IB mado up of tho little
things oft repeated Granite is broken
by many little blows along a cer
tain line where the mason wishes to
break the rock Habits bcqomo flxod
If they are for good they become cs
tnbjlspod In choractor If they are
weak the character Is wenkI
strong so Is character It Is easily
soon that It Is essential that we
should bo strong at all timos
The surest way of doing this Is to I
have tho ideal of Jesus Christ In our i
hearts and do everything as ho would I
have us do it
III Tho elements of backbone are
all thoso tendencies which loqulro an
effort and which leaves ua better after
the acts of life
1 The most important Is decision
It is said of Dlaraoll that ho was onco
ridiculed off tho floor of tho HOURO of
Commonsbut ho replied that lio had
begun many things In failure but that
he would yet succeed In speech mak
ing that they would hear him They I
did he became Prime Minister One
must have decision Ho must grasp
opportunity as it nits by Ho must
be ablo to ditreLo risk that which is
right Not long ago a man advocated
that thero was groat value in drink
because it gave men the necessary
dare Yes but it takes Judgment out
of the dare and many men fall simply
because they dare under the Influence
of Intoxicants when they would
not under ordinary circumstances
and come to themselves to
find that they have overreach
od Moat men who fail do so be
cause of a lack of decision But de
cision must be made when manhood Is
at its best
2 Another clement of backbone Is
determination If ono has a strong
backbone ho can carry a heavy load
for a long time When that ghcs out
he Is broken in strength Tho back
bone of character Perseverance Is
essential 1 he one easily changing his
employment never makes the success
that ho would if he had mastered one
line It Is not often
I well to make a
complete change In ones occupation
I oven If it Bcemjj to provide a bettor
I return To leawi a new trade Is dull
cult but tho master of an occupation
I Is always In demand Stick to It
3 Dut the
elements of strength aro
all summed up In one wordJesus
Christ Behold the man I what a
I type of manhood hole How strong
how brave how fearless He Is our
typo copy him follow him and all
will be well
Quit you like men be strong
Be Strong
Wo are not here to play to droam
to drift
Ye havo hard work to do and loads
to lift
Shun not the struggle face It Us
Gods gift
Bo Strong Ba Strong
BoStrongl
Say not the days are evilwhos to
blame
And fold tho hands and acquiesce
shame
Stand up speak out and bravely In
Gods name f
Bo Strong
It matters not how deep entrenched
the wrong
How hard the battle EOQB tho day
how long
Faint not fight on Tomorrow comes
the song
CONFERENCE
OF WEBER
STAKE
QUARTERLY MEETING HELD AT
OGDEN TABERNACLE
I
Wards In Prosperous Condition Apo
ties Heber J Grant and D 0
I McKay Speakers
The quarterly conference of the
Weber stake was held In the Ogdon
tabernacle yesterday three sessions
being held A splendid musical pro
gramme was given by the tabernacle
choir and the building was filled to
overflowing by members of that stake
The reports from the different wards
of the stake were to the effect that
they arc all In a flourishing condition
and that the people generally are pros
perous During the afternoon aofislon
of the conference the authorities of
the stake were unanimously sustained
In tholr various callings by the as
semblage
Apostles Hobcr T Grant and David
0 McKay were the principal speakers
of tho day they dwelling
largely upon educational subjects
Apostle Grant spoke upon the theme
of the duty of those who aro educated
to Use tholr talents for good Ho
maintained that It was the July of
thoso who were in a position to give
Instruction to give It unstinting and
to devote an much of their time In
tho education of others no possible
Apostle MoKny spoke Interestingly
of tho dutlog devolving upon parents
in the true education of tholr chll
Iron and In tholr early training He
said that If the parents would only
start their children out In the right
direction while they are In their ton
tIer years that they are not very apt
to go astray In tho days of their man
hood and womanhood The evening
session was devoted to the mutual
Improvement plan of education and the
general work devolving upon tho yonnc
people who arc members of that or
ganlatlon
BAMBE RfiE
RUSUiNfi G
WORK
ELECTRIFICATION OF ROAD PRO
GRESSING RAPIDLY
L
Steam Will be Supplanted by Elec
tricity Before Summer Season
Is over
Tho electrification of the Bamborgor
road between Ogden and Salt Lake
IB being prosecuted with all possible
speed and tho efforts of the company
In this direction arc being crowned
with success It Is stated by mem
bers of tho managing force of the
road that thoio Is no question now but
that the road will be operated with
electricity before the summer season
Is ovor Already nbout ten miles of
poles have boon plnnted and the work
I Of stringing the wireR Is expected to
begin before tho end of this week
It was the design of tho officials of
tho company to have electrification
completed for the opening of the La
goon but owing to tho Inclement
weather the work was seriously re
tarded Sidney Bnmbcrgor the gen
eral superintendent of the road aaya
that electric curs will not bo operated
to Lagoon until the entire road bo
I tween Salt Lake and Ogden Is elec
trified
Simon Bamborgor president and
general manager of the road Is still
in tho east closing contracts for new
rolling stock and various other equip
ment necessary for the installation of
electricity He is purchasing some
firstclans electric coaches and tho
coaches now In use on the steam road
are to be used as trailers
FAULKNER LA YTON
WEDDING YESTERDAY
Carl E Faulkner and Elizabeth
Clayton were married at the homo of
ThoB Feeney 2269 Adams avenue
Sunday April 18 at 300 p m Rev
G W Creery using the beautiful ring
ceremony of that church Frank B
Clayton brothor of the bride gao his
sister away Mr Edgar D short was
best man and Alice Allen bridesmaid
A few of the relatives nnd intimate
friends were gathered together for the
occasion and enjoyed a delicious lunch
after the ceremony
The happy couple loft for Salt Lake
City Immediately after the ceremony
for a wedding trip
The groom Is the able confidential
clork of Mr A E Weatherby whole
sale butcher Tho bride by her
charming manners has made a host
of friends In Ogden
They will be at home at 2900 Grant
avenue upon their return
AN IDEAL DAY IN
THE JUNCTION CITY
Yesterday was Ideal In every par
ticular The sun shone bright and
Tvarnrand all nature seemdd to smllo
over the advent of spring It was duo
to this fact largely that so many peo
ple made canyon trips during the day
The street car system was taxed to
Us very limit In hauling the people
to and from the canyon Extra cars
were brought into service and each
lone that mado Its way to the canyon
Wns filled to Its utmost capacity oven
standing room being at a premium
Making Good Makes Friends r
There is no way of making lasting friends like II Making Good and Dr Pierces medicines well
I exemplify Hhis and their friends after more than two decades of popularity are numbered by the I
J hundreds of thousands They have made good and they have not made drunkards
f A good honest squaredeal medicine of known composition IS
ft
I
t Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery
J > It still enjoys an immense sale while most of the preparations that came into prominence in
lthe earlier period of its popularity vc H gone by the board and are never more heard of
fThre must be some reason for this Iqngtime popularity and that is to be found in its superior
i merits When once given a fair trial for weak stomach or for liver and blood affections its
superior curative qualities are soon manifest hence it has survived and grown in popular favor while scores of leas
A meritoripus articles have suddenly flashed into favor for a brief period and then been as soon forgotten
4 For a torpid liver with Its attendant Indigestion dyspepsia headache perhaps dizziness foul breath nasty
i coated tongue with bitter taste loss of appetite with distress after eating nervousness and debility nothing Is
f os good as Dr Pierces Golden medical Discovery
t Its an honest squaredeal medicine with all its ingredients printed on bottle wrapperno secret no hocuspocus hum
bug therefore i f dont r accept + a substitute that the dealer may make a little bigger profit Insist on your right to have what
ft T
c you call for Pont buy I
Li Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription
t Expecting it to prove a cc cureall It is only advised for womans special ailments
4 t
It makes weak women strong sick women well Less advertised than some preparations sold for lIke purposes
Its sterling curative virtues still maintain Its position In the front ranks where stood over two decades ago
t As an invigorating tonic and strengthening nervine it is unequaled It wont satisfy those who want U booze u for
there is not a drop of alcohol In it 0
Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets the original Little Liver Pills although the first pill of their kind in the market still lead and when
once tried are ever afterwards in favor Easy to take as candy tThcy regulate and invigorate Stomach Liver and Bowels
f
I NYi Your Subscription
4 In Advance and Save Money
9 I
ft The Daily Examiner or Standard by Mail 600
t The Cosmopolitan Magazine for 150
o Combined Price 0 750
oJ If Paid in Advance Both for One Year for
h I thePriceol 600
K Send Your Remittance by Mail and Get this Combined Offer Which Is Only Good for a Short Time
± f OR TAKE THIS OFFER
tJ
J n The Daily for One Year by Mail 600
Cosmopolitan Magazine for One Year 150 i 1
9 One Oak Mission Mantle Alarm Clock a 350
J Total Price a 0 11 00 I i i
r 1 Our Cash in Advance Price a 7 00 1 d
Get all the News Get all the News I
r
Worth Reading in Worth Reading in 1
THE
E vening tf Morning i 1
Sta n dard Examiner
l
ONLY ONLYv
600 i 600
i
I PER YEAR PICTURE OF OUR CLOCK PER YEAR I
a I t
ff
j
I
r
o L = = r = = I
It Is stated by the railroad employee
that hundreds visited tho canyon and
Intermediate points When they ar
rived at tho end of the road near the
Sanitarium the people climbed tho
hills to gather early flowers and
breathe tho fresh air Oth
ers wore serious about the
gold alleged to abound in that vies
Ity and not a few of the visitors
whiled away the time looking for a
mine
The last Cow days have been regula
tion spring days so much so that the
snows of the upper valley have taken
upon themselves their liquid form and
have been rushing down the beauti
ful mountain gorge Ogden canyon in
torrents Tho river last evening was
on the verge of overflowing Its banks
at points In the city and to the west
of the city
MRS CASTRO ARRIVES
IN COSTA RICA
Port LImon Costa Rica April IS
The steamer Guadeloupe has arrived
hero with Senora Castro wife of the
former president of Venezupla on
board She did not land but said
she would go to St Nazalre on the
Steamer
Senora Castro said it had been her
husbands Intention to come to Costa
Rica but he was prevented by tho
French government
My husband is not thinking of re
volutions sho said He has made
no purchase of war Implements Tho I
news that ho Intended to start an in I
surrectionary movement is false
Feinting
Statistics Of the 1001 young wom
en who fainted last year 987 fell Into
the arms of men two fell on the floor
and one into a water bUULltc I
THE HOPE OF THE CHICAGO NATIONALS
I =
1I
I OWN 3
Manager Chance has the same old triumvirate of strong pitchers on which ho depended so largely last
year It is doubtful if BO strong an aggregation of slab artists wore ever assembled under one manager While
Aerall Brown and Reulbach are stars Pflstor and Lundgren are both strong pitchers In spite of the fact that
Pfister lost his game to Mullirr In th e DetroitAmerican team last yoar in the world series he considered to
be of first caliber by Manager Chance These three star pitchers were snapped hi action at Indianapolis las
l Saturday when the Cubs won out tho tenlnnlnc came bi a scoro of 1 to 0
4
9 t
It
He
5
I
0
1
1
Pro
lie
A
t
the
10Do
K
S
OS
OSJ
cc
tic
I
Lav
FO
C
Crc
liii
B
pri
cli
the
itt
P
Estl
snrl
to
forl
cat
a
p1
I
ill
liar
II
deal
r < tj
InV
phoil
P
B
Sur
onpho
giG
1I
t
A
r icl
CJ
indT
Vd
Plan
Proni
Bell
t
o
t entJ
t
r
Sa
Co
hire
trcet
Jog
novlr
Both
ha
WOO
Par
aire
carp
f te
lad
1iii

xml | txt