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The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, August 21, 1909, Image 8

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ale Miss Electa Goodale Mrs W TJ
I I Buswoll Mrs Goodale the Misses
Todd and Minnie Brown Mrs Emma
t Smith Mr and Mrs T H Williams
t i Messrs Claude Flowers W T Nant
i her H Hardy K B Friedland the
I Misses Anna Carr Belle Shipley
Flora WillIams Emma Wilson losic
i Browning Charllne Majors Ida Shurt
i lift Ellen Green Monahan Hilton
I Mrs John WinUe Mrs M T Stone
Ij Miss Bertha M Stone Miss Lillian
Moyes Mr and Mrs George Shorten
r Mr and Mrs W W Browning and Mr
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ot Norean Collins a happy crowd of
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little girls attended a pretty lawn I
party given in honor of Miss Vivian
Ledwldge who will soon leave for
her home in Tacoma Washington
After playing all kinds of games a
dainty lunch was served
The invited guests were Florence
Browning Florence Mcighen Blanche
Course Esther Teasdale Evelyn Galt
Lillian and Lucille Evans Vivian Led
wldge
OUTING OF THISTLE CLUB
About seven hundred members oC
tho Thistle Clubs of the state held
their annual outing Wednesday at
tho Hermitage The day was happily
spent In singing Scotch songs danc
ing Scotch dances and listening to
selections on the bob pipe the three
Macs McBcth McPhee and McKay
playing dear old Scottish airs on the
favorite Instrument
Thistle Bessie Craig the Wee
Thistle Danvors and Miss Janet Mc
Neil Harris all noted Scotch dancers
danced old Scotch reels and sword
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dances and Miss Harris gave High
land fling as only she can dance It
Prof Charjcu Kent sang a number
of favorite melodies and there were
other musical numbers on the pro
gram i
Among the prominent Sail Lake
people who attended the affair were
Nicol Hood president of lhq club j
Davie Henderson secretary W
Crawford Anderson William A Gray II
J C Williams Simon Grieves Wil
liam Service Foster Wills William
Kesbitt Robert Gordon Thomas Los
lie Charles McPhcc and other prom
incnl Scots
GRAND BANQUET I
The members of the firm of Paine
S Hurst entertained their employes
at a grand banquet at the Reed Tues
day evening Appropriate toasts were
given and tho evening was thorough
ly enjoyed by tho participants
Those present were Mrs PaIne
Mrs Light Misses Nellie Coleman
Winnie Wolherspoon Stroup Nicely
Alice Sneed Gertrude Wilson Bertie
Madscn Adelaide Dean Floretla
Light May Com ov Katie Mills Nel
lie Bell Anna Donovan Orpha I mi
st rom Ina Lindstrom Mr Hurst Mr
and Mrs K Jongsman Mr and Mrs
Lindstrom
Mr and Mrs A L Konoll of Foil
Dodge Iowa spent Friday in Ogden
en route cast They lot for Salt Lake I
City last evening 1 I
Mrs Myrtle Snyder formerly ma
cron at the Union Depot and Miss
Laura La Bo left Friday night for a I
ten days trip to tho Seattle exposition
and during their absence will visit I
Vancouver Portland Tacoma and
other coast cities < I
Mrs Steed is visiting friends In
Montello Nevada I
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Mrs A Morsehcad of Montollo Ne
vada who has been visiting friends
here has returned home
Mr and Mrs J W Truett of
Deeth Novada spent a1 few days this
week in Ogden
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Mrs Furlong and children who have
been the guests of Mrs F Wiseman
at Clover Valley Wyoming have re
turned to Ogden
The Mutual Improvement Associa
tions of the North Weber stake will
give an outing at The Hermitage next
Wednesday August 25 A I program
will be rendered and sports enjoyed
In the afternoon and a dance in the
evening
A grand public reception will be
given Monday evening by the Cham
ber of Commerce In honor of W M
Bostaph senior vice commander of
the Grand Army of the Republic
Mr and Mrs J B Ingles aiM
daughter Miss Inez loft Wednesday
afternoon on a two or throe week
visit to Seattle Victoria and other
points of interest They wore accom
panied by Miss Annie FackiCll of
Woods Cross
Tho veteran firemen of the city have
raado final arrangements for their an
nual outing at the Hermitage in the
canyon August 23rd Tho festivities
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of the day will consist of an old
fashioned picnicking party numerous I
racing events In which prizes will be I
given and a dancing party in the pa
vilion during Co ovpnras The vol
unteer firemen tff Five Points will bo
the guests of the Ogden 1Ir men at
the dance In the evening
Albert Kiesel and his wife left I
i Wednesday afternoon on the Over i
land Limited for the Paclllc coast I
FL M Robblns assistant general
passenger agent of the Iowa Central
system IB in the cily en route lu
Seattle Portland and the Pacilic
I Northwest He is accompanied by
I Mrs Robbins and In covering tho trip I
lelsuicly I
Secretary of State McGllvy md
wife of New Orleans Louisiana and
Mr and Mrs Leon Irwin and Mrs 13
L Call also of Now Orleans were
guests at the Reed hotel Tuesday on
their way to tho National Park I
Paul Paulson gav a hox party to a
number of his friends at one of the
theaters Tuesday night followed by
a supper at the Falstaff In the party
were visiting railroad olllfilals and
newspaper men
Mrs 1 Sander left last evening for
Holland with n party of missionaries
destined for various European mis
sions Mrs Sander will join her hus
band In Holland and return to Ogden
with him when his mission Is com
pleted
A very pretty wedding in which tho
contracting parties were Japanese I
people was performed by Rev G W
McCreery at the parsonage of the 1
Methodist church Tuesday evening
The contracting parties were Mr Wal
ter S Kayoshida and Miss Otawa O
Komato and they are now happily at
home on Jefferson avenue
Among the visitors In our city dur
ing the post week were Mr and Mrs
G L Purcell of Junction Idaho They
were guests at the home of Rev G W
McCreery their nophew Mr Purcell
was a member of the Fifth Missouri
Cavalry and attended the encamp
ment in Salt Lake City
Mr and Mrs J M Antonc who are
returning from Seattle to their home
in Chicago stopped off to visit a few
days within Mr and Mrs H Wcssler
They will Include Denver in the cities
I they will visit on their way cast
Mr and Mrs Charles Lunl of Mon
tello Nevada were Ogden visitors
this week
Mr and Mrs W Pell of Montello
Nevada expect to make thoir home In
Ogden In the near future
Yesterday was Valley Day at the
Oaks and many Ogden people joined
with their friends from Ogden valley
in their celebratiljn
Tho employespf the Ogden Fur
niture S Carpet fcoihpany participated
In an enjoyable outing in the canyon
Thursday The doors of the business
house were closed at 12 ocick and
within a very short time after the
happy crowd was at The Hermitage
Many outdoor sports were Indulged
in and the ladles urnished a delicious
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luncheon It was paid by those who r
participated In the festivities that
even the downpour of rain did noli
mar the pleasure the hay in thu
least Everybody had a gooJ ttmennU I
all returned to the city tired ont but
happy
Mr and Mrs Charles Shepherd
announce the engagement of thoir
daughter Mabel to George lloughlon
of Salt Lake ho wedding to take
place in the near future I
J C Anderson a prominent busi
nhssmanor Prove and Mrs Ander
son are visiting Ogden friends Mrs
Anderson and her parents who reside
in Hooper spout Thursday In the can
on
Mr and Mrs James Unsworth ot
Ilyrum are visiting relatives and
friends in Ogden whllq on their way
home from the national encampment
ot the Grand Army They are the
guests of theh daughter Mrs Albert
Ellis
W II Wallace and daughterand
Miss Agnes Mason of Burlington
Iowa spoilt a few days in Ogden dur
ing the week the guests of Mr and
Mrs S H Frey The attended the
national encampment of the G A H
and were on their way to the north
west and California
Mr and Mrs Leo Faunce of Nebras
ka are the guests of their cousinMrs
Albert Ellis for a few days Mr and
Mrs Fauace any on Ihojr way to the
AlaskaYukonPacidc11 exposition and
California points for av few months
outing
Miss Dagmar Johnson has gone to
Jerome Idaho to visit Mr and Mrs
A A Richter for two weeks
Mrs Chester B Coulter and son
Lieutenant Halvor G Coulter arrived
in Ogden Tuesday evening from Fort
Tottcn New York Lieutenant Coul
ter lalo In command of the Eighty
second company U S coast artillery
will spend a few weeks on furlough
visiting his parents and many friends
in Ogden Lieutenant Coulter has
been assigned dutywith tho Thirty
fifth coast artillery company now
stationed on Corregldor Island Phil
ippine islands for which station he
will sail from San Francisco on Oc
tober nth
Mr and Mrs Joe Flygarc and Mr
and Mrs Douglas Watson left for the
KlaskaYukonPacific exposition i Ti
day
Mrs Clayborn W Smith of 12s
27th street entertained Mr and Mrs
Robert Kemp at d ooclock dinner yes
terday afternoon
T Howard GarrolC Parley J Jcnson
and Mrs Elizabeth Co ray of Salt
Lake City wore visitors in Ogden
Wednesday night and enjoyed the per
formance at the Orphcum
Mrs Dr Joyce visited a few days
this week with Mrs 13 M Allison in
Salt Lake City
Mrs T W Hutton is home from
Sail Lake having spent the past week
at the G A R encampment Mrs
Mutton is the only member of
Mrs James Tanner Tent No 1 out
tJ111Iol n JIl 1
side ot Salt Lake Cil > and hs C aat t
Iy cnJouMl attending the ationall
Convention of tin Daughters of VN
cniiu jis well j the may ttccial of
fafra tficj J yital JUUIO national c
lulIIlmem c
Miss Mao Johnson and Miss Mabfl
Ciiarleswoilh are spending a vre c in I
Salt LakP City visiting with lola
lives and leads
On Tuesday afternoon August 24
Mrs J E Carver and Mrr James
Canso will entertain the Indies of the
Presbyterian currch arid their frlfmlh
at a Konpington at the home of Mrs
Carver SS7 Twentyfifth street
Mr and Mrs George Harding ot
Logan spent the week with Mr and
Mrs Ezra Clark
Joseph lones special agent of the
Oregon Short Line is visiting his
daughter Mrs Ezra Clark I
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Dr Ephrlam G Cowan and Bras
tun J Milne recently appointed su
perintendent and chief clerk of the
Stale Industrial school were at flit
school Tuesday
Emmett G Fulkerson of the Nation
al Livestock company of Chicago is
in the city for a few days visit with
relatives and friends He Is the snout
of his motherinlaw Mrs D H Pnory
at he Pecry summer home in Ogden
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canyonMrs
Mrs F M Drlgfis wife of Superin
tendent Driggs of the State School for
the Deaf and Blind has returned with
her children from an extended stay
at Long Beach Cal
Mrs G T Edson wife of the presi
dent and general manager of tho Kan
sas Southern system arrived from
the South Tuesday morning and loft
for Denver during the day over the
Union Pacific
The performance at the Orphoum
theater Monday evening was enjoyc
by a box party made up of Mr and
Mrs David Eccles Angus T Wrlglii
Mr and Mrs Harold Peery and Mr
and Mrs Horace Peery
The W C T U met at the home of
Mrs CL A Muller 057 Porter avenue
Wednesday afternoon at 2HO oclock
Mrs Mary A Colton and daughtor
Mrs 11 Sellers and husband here from
Los Angeles Cal are registered at
the Reed for a few days before pro
ceeding to Seattle They were for
merly of Ogden Mrs Sellers spending
most of her school days in this city
Mrs David Stagg and her two
daughters of Provo are visiting Ogden
I friends They are the guests of Mr
and Mrs Ernest Barnsley
Mrs A S Condon Miss Cecelia Gel
lings Mrs iiiomas Carr and Master
Eugene Carr composed a party that
left for Yellowstone Sunday
William Roast has as his guest thd
week Dr McCarlin of Minnesota
Jos Ballantyne loft Monday even
ing for the northwest He will visit
his sister Mrs L A West in Port
land and aims to bo at the Seattle
fair on Utah Day when a musical
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Were famous for finish lit
and fashion
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contest Is to be held Ho expects tCl
be bono two weeks
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Miss Alberta Wright has gone to
Los Angeles to be tho guest of Miss
Lila Eccles She intends to remain
in California several weeks
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Charles C RIchards left Tuesday r
morning for a ten days vacation to 1 jl
be spent at Downey Idaho
The Rev Noble Strong Eldorkin lJ t
expected to return to Ogden the lat i
ter part of tho month
I Miss LOUi Mitchell has returned
from a three weeks visit in Idaho
U W Ford and N O Ogdcn do
part Sunday afternoon for a threw
weeks visit to Portland Seattle Victoria
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toria and other points of interest
Dr F C Osgood has as his gucsta
his father and mother from Qtilacj r
Illinois
Mrs S C Patrick has returned
from an extended visit with her
parents in Mount Pleasant Iowa
Mrs BIchsel and family have re
turned from Boulder Colorado after
avisit of several weeks
Mrs Hattie WIshard of Los
I Angeles was the guest of Mrs Dr
Gordon a few days this week
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A r a ii A F1 POUNDS OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS WERE CONDEMNED
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I u 9 UT DEMNED AND UTTERLY DESTROYED FOR FOOD PURPOSES
a BETWEEN JULY 1ST 1906 AND DEC 31ST 1908 AS SHOWN BY THE STATISTICS OF THE
U S BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY AT WASHINGTON D C
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Y IN ABOVE AMOUNT LS NOT INCLUDED THE 383187 WHOLE CARCASSES OF FOOD
I ANIMALS WHICH WERE DESTROYED FOR FOOD PURPOSES BECAUSE OF THEIR DIS
i I EASED CONDITION DURING THE SAME PERIOD
r i Con you believe it 1 It almost seems impossible 1 But if you have the slightest doubt simply
I t I address an inquiry to the Bureau of Animal Industry at Washington D 0 and they rill be glad
I ti 1o confirm ubove statements The quantities are so stupendous that any exaggeration would be su
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i j i I I WhyJs 1fbii Astounding Destlfueiion
I I I of Meats Necessary
I t j I nt Il is for the same reasons that mosquitoes arc being destroyed in the Gulf States It is
prompted by thp same motives to save human life and stamp out disease It is one of the many
i factors which in modern times is found to be of paramount issue for the protection of the human fam
I I ily After extensive scientific investigation and research even at tho sacrifice of human lives I
i 4 a it was finally shown that the mosquitoes caused yellow fever and so it is flOW shown by the scion
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BER OF DISEASES TO WHICH MAN IS LIA BLE
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r Prom tuberculous cattle tuberculosis has been known to have been transferred to man Ac
1 < tinomycosis has caused big jaw in persons who ha ve eaten meats of animals infected with this dis
I 1 1 ease Uyseitery is often caused eating meals of immature calves TapOwornjs arc many times
1 I brought into ones system by eating meals of hogs or cattle suffering onu tilt t puble To moats
I I exposed to the flies in a filthy abbatoir may many times be caused the infection causing typhoid
fever as well as other dangerous diseases etc etc
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The destruction of diseased and unclean meats is merely one more stride ahead It is like all
m I othf modern achievements one more stunning blow against sickness and disease But it is the one
r that is the most vital of all of them BECAUSE MEATS CONSTITUTE THE PRINCIPAL PART
OF OUR FOOD
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The MaffeI Taken in Hand by the
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All of these conditions were noted early by the U S Government and steps were taken by
them to protect the public by placing veterinary surgeons at a number of packing plants It was
not unntiMJJOG however after lie exposure of the shocking conditions in the Chicago packing +
t plants that the inspection was made to include the SANITARY conditions as well that it became I 1
all embracing IT NOW GIVES TO THE PUBLIC AN UNQUESTIONABLE ASSURANCE THAT
MEATS CARRYING THE U S INSPECTION TAMP ARE ABSOLUTELY SOUND CLEAN
WHOLESOME AND FREE FROM DISEASE
Our Packing Pjara Is New It 5s Modern M Is Sanitary U Is Clean
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I examination made by government experts before admitting any plant into the class of U S In
spected Establishments and in this establishment inspection is maintained at the expense of the
Government for the protection of the public UNCLE SAM IS PAYING FOR THE INSPECTION 1
YOU ARE ENTITLED TO THE BENEFIT OF IT YOU MAY HAVE IT FOR THE ASKING
I The Appe3Ulance 6f Meat Is DeCeHVllIqt I
1 II is an established fact that meats of a tuberculous animal may APPEAR entirely wholesome
on the block and it would require a thorough microscopical examination to discover any race of
the disease while the postmortem examinttion of the vital parts of the animal as it is made on t
every animal by the veterinary surgeon stationed at our plant would at once disclose the fact
f that it was dangerous to the health of the community TO USE U S INSPECTED MEATS IS A I s
LIFE INSURANCE TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY AND IT COSTS YOU NOTHING U S IN I
SPECTED MEATS ARE JUST AS CHEAP
L Clean Bu1hEher Sbop R fj
Clean butcher shops arc essential but you have no assurance thai meals because of being pur
e at a clean market are sound clean wholesome and free from disease UNLESS THEY ARE f
U S INSPECTED Dirty milk in a clean bucket APPEARS clean It is the handling of the milk
t before it gets into the clean bucket that you have cause to question When questioned by his cus
tomer as to whether the moats were inspected a butcher said We inspect them ourselves So
did the patent medicine maker his product before
Uncle Hum docs it for
the pure food law Now R I n J 1 1 t
tt him and so he does the meals LOOK FOR THE u S ulflspeclieiJ qflO J rise I
BLUE STAMP AND YOU ARE ALWAYS ON 591 C
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THIS IS A CRUSADE AGAINST DISEASED AND UNCLEAN MEATS and it is gratify j
ing indeed to note the interest that has been taken in the matter from the hundreds of phone culls I
wC have had It Is no trouble to us and anyone who may still be in doubt as to heir butcher han
dling inspected meats simply call 10 either phone and your inquiries will be cheerfully answered R
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