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1 4 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY FEBRUARY 22 1910
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Published Dally except Sundays by William Glntmonn
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per 1 ne either Random Reror not or Locals Xb heads Idlnwr4 i RnnJnm
WHEN YOU FAIL TO ADVERTISE
One of our largo business houses sends us the following clipping
from the Reno Gazette which we commend to those who do not ad
vertise but complain because money goes out of the city to eastern i
mail order houses
Heres a story we were told the other day Maybe
some of the local merchants will find interesting
A merchant was disgusted because so many of the farm
ers were buying of mail order houses One old rancher
being cornered the other day was asked about it The
rancher told the merchant that he could do bettor by buying
off the catalogue houses He then asked the farmer for his
order blank and did a little figuring on it
Why he exclaimed at last III could have saved you
a dollar and six bits on the bill delivered at your kitchen
and have done it right away
I Well said the rancher as much disgruntled as the
I I merchant why in heck didnt you say so before I have
never seen any of the goods advertised Mow am I to know I
The mail order people send me a catalogue and tell me how
the goods look and how much they cost and some of them
look good to me Why dont you do the same I dont
see you advertising any bargains
I That was a hard rap We wonder how many merchants
are losing money as well as business because they do not go
after it
The foregoing contains a possible explanation of the growth
or the mail order trade The mail order people are persistent cap
able advertisers They reach the farmers through the nail and
in many cities they use the daily papers and as a result they obtain
prices for their goods which often are higher than those of local
houses
By intelligent well directed advertising on the part of local
business establishments the home trade could prove to the public
l that it pays to buy at home
THE NEW FAiR ASSOCIATION
r As stated in our local columns yesterday there was filed in the I
r Jfr County Court House articles of incorporation forming the FOUR I
STATE ASSOCIATION The incorporators are Joseph
Scowcroft M S Browning A P Bigelow John Pingree and Dr H
M Rowe The latter as president and manager The employes
of this paper have had some experience in giving fairs and fully
realize the arduous duties devolving upon the members of the new
association This paper is the first to get in line and advise the
new association that we will help the association to give a success
l ful fair this year The publisher of this paper has had charge of the
last two fairs in Weber county and many of the business men have
i given him their loyal support and we ask the same support for
the new association
I We congratulate the now incorporators on the nerve they pos
sess in tackling the undertaking Nothing that can be given for the
benefit of the general public is of more importance than to give a
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fair Every citizen in this community whether in business or not
whether he has spare dollars or not should get behind the association
and boost it along I
Cheyenne Wyoming has for years given its annual fair at a
great loss but the people annually put up the money to give the fair
and the merchants finally decided tliat the biggest and test invest
ment that they could make was the giving of the annual Frontier
Day Show
I Here is luck to the new enterprise Any reasonable support of
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this paper will be cheerfully given
SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION SUSTAINED
I Cache county has tested the validity of the state school law
allowing the consolidation of the county districts Judge Morse
I in a case before him entitled the State of Utah ex rel Peter Peter
son vs C Z Harris et al decided the law to be constitutional
I The school districts of Cache county were consolidated in 1908 and
a suit to test the constitutionality of the law under which the action
was taken was begun The case was submitted on briefs on a de
murrer and the final decision has been patiently awaited The
decision will put an end to the case as the residents of Cache
county like the consolidation much better than they thought they
would at first
Weber county was the first to vote for consolidation under the
new law and at the time there was some opposition and talk of testing
the law but as in Cache county the experiment has proved success
ful and there is no longer any very pronounced opposition This
decision will quiet whatever protest may exist
ELKS DESERVE SUPPORT
The Elks give an entertainment Wednesday Thursday and Fri
day evenings at the Ogden Theater These are annual affairs with
the Elks and the money received is yearly devoted to aiding the
needy whether they be Elks or people outside the organization
The motive is true humanity and we approve of it and suggest that
our people support the undertaking Those who have should give
to these worthy efforts as the givers shall receive a compensatory
benefit in the show itself and in the consciousness of having done
good
Our local Elks are a freehearted body of men They are per
forming many quiet acts of charity and in their labors of love they
are deserving of our encouragement
May they be successful in their minstrelsy
JUST JFQ FUN
Counting the Cost
Possible Hoarder Ah that was a
ripping dinner and If that was a fair
sampc of your meals I should like to
com u terms
Scotch Farmer Before we gang
any farther was that a fair sample of
your appetite Presbyterian Stand
ard
When I got home yesterday 1 found
that my wife had gone home to her
niothor
You did What did you do
0h I just hurried over there and
had a good meal tooDetrolt Free
Press
Hes always wanting to borrow
money from inc
A fair weather friend merely
Oh no Ho has also borrowed sev
eral umbrellas Plltsborg Post
EXTRA ATTRACTION AT THE
GLOBE
Commencing Wednesday matinee
and continuing for one week Mr Ed
ward Holland formerly clerk and
Identification officer at Sing Sing
prison will present an Illustrated lec
ture Behind tho Bars In Slug Sing
with the only original vcws of the
famous prison Including the Death
Chamber the Womens Prison and
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left for the big show but If you
havent roservod yours do 50 at once
and see the boys In tho big laughing
show Last night the performers held
their rehearsal at tho theater with tho I
orchestra and except for a final re
ORDINATION
REFUSED
MEAKIN
CARD FROM MR MEAK1N
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Ladles and Gentlemen I
On account of my defense of Utah
and her poople and my appeal for Jus
tice for Senator Rood Smoot some
unllbcral members of the supposed lib
eral Unitarian church of which I have
boon a momber many years refused
my ordination as ft minister Conse
quently there will bo no ordination 0
ceremonies on Wednesday evening as
announced I
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I tm still a liberal fratcrnallst lov
ing God nnd my brothers nil of them
JOHX P MEAKIN
Salt Lake Feb 22WIthout warn
Ing and after assurances that his yearn
of effort would be rewarded by his
ordination as a minister of tho Uni
tarian church John P Mcakln was I
Informed that certain members of the
Unitarian society had met last night I
and voted against his ordination
There were eighteen members of tho
society present and thirteen of them
voted against making Mr Menkln a
minister In the church
Back of the effort of Mr Meakln
to be ordained In the Unitarian church
of whIch he has been a momber since
1901 was the certainty of being ap
pointed chaplain In the United States
army Mr Mcakln had to be ordained
In some church bofore securing the
appointment as chaplain In the army
and chose the liberal society of which
he wag a member nnd whoso pulpit
ho had filled so many times In tho
past for ministers of that church
Cannot Undoretand Action
It Is a blow which I can hardly un
derstand said Mr Mcakln last night
It comes from my friendsmen who
had given me ever asaurance that
they would vote for my ordination and
said they would bo proud of the privi
lege I was so full of confidence In
the result But members of the Amer
ican party In the church turned mo
down because of my defense of Utah
and the Mormons and my appeal for
Justice for Senator Reed Smoot
But they cannot put the thumb
screws to me I am thankful that In J
this day and ago bigots cannot burn
fagots or put on the thumbscrews I
Mr Mcakln has been In the public i
eye for several years owing to his i
prominence as a speaker on varied j
subjects and has boon on platforms 0
all over the United Stales many times j
and lecture
on Chautauqua programs on
ture tours During the senate Inves I
tigation several yearn ago In an effort I
to unseat Senator Reed Smoot Mr i
Meakln defended Utahs senator on j
the stand and defended the Mormons I
and the people of Utah In the ox j
amlnatlon before the senate commit I
too he declared hlmsolf to be a mom i
bar of no church but a mombor of
tho Unitarian society of Salt Lake
Last December I received a tele
gram from Senator Smoot Mr Mca
kin said laot night In which he said
he would try to get me an appoint
ment as consul If I was under fifty
years old or chaplain in tho army If
over fifty years qf ago I am fifty
eight years old My whole life has
been spent as a minister though I
have nova been connected with any
church So naturally I turned to the
Unitarian society of Salt Lake as It
was essential that I should be an
ordained minister of porno church be
fore the appointment could be mndo
I was assured that there would be
no opposition to my ordination In the
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BEADING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT OTTO MECKES E E DAHLIN GEORGE GLEN CLINT DRAPER A T HESTMARK S A MAGINNIS PAUL KUHN L J
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I ELKS GRiND PARADE on kEDNESDAY NOON
t 1 An lorctaeto of what the Elks i
will have to offer at thou three nights
jnlnHlril show which opens tomorrow I
I night the public will be treated to n 0
l swell minstrel nnrvle tomorrow at I
1 noon Tho parade In which napa but
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tin best looking Elks will participate
will start from the Ogden Theater and
traverse the principal business streets
The Elks will be arrayed In high silk
ha < = fuir > mercou dark trousers
and ho TIournde will be headed
by a bugle corps followed by the mla
strol men with a band A groat deal
I ot Interest Id being taken by the la
dles In this feature as everyone wants
to see who the host looking Elks i
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1 are There are ntlll some good seats I I
many other Interesting features too
numerous to mention together with
many of the most notorious criminals
In the world
It Is a completo exposition of the
prison life showing how twentyone I
hundred of tho most desperate crimi
nals In America arc kept In subjuga
tion and confinement
In speaking of this attraction the
Chicago Tnter Ocean said It Is more
than an exposition of prison life It
Is a grand moral lesson for every
man woman and child In tho country
The prlco will be as usual live and
ten cents
WONDERFUL EDUCATED
HORSE
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Globe Theater
There Is on exhibition at the
GLOBE THEATER this week In
Moving Pictures the mbst wonderful
educated horso In the world DON
FULANO
Tho horso is owned by n wealthy
Now York lady Mrs Wood a sister I
of our fellow townsufan Mr C A
Smurthwalte Tho horse was engaged
especially by the Edison Co for this
picture and the oxhbltlon given Is
most wonderful He sblnefl his keep
ers boots helps him on with his
I coat brushes It for him and many
othc tricks Tho most wonderful
however Is releasing hlmsolf and all
I the other horses from a burning barn I
Globe Theater nil this week
hearsal with the Jokes the show Is
ready to go on
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Matinee Tomorrow a the I
ORPHEUlVl 330
LET THE SCJflI LDR1EN SEE CLARKS
WOftIDERFUL MONffYS
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ohurch and so made all arrangements
for tho happy event But the blow
lellCard
Card wore printed by Mr Meakln
upon nuuurances from members of the
church that tho ordination was ft cer
tainty Inviting frlonds to attend the
ordination ceremonies at Unity hall
Wednesday evening at S oclock On
the program were Rev E I Goshen
of tho Congregational church Rev
William Thurston Brown of the Uni
tarian church Rot David Utter of
the Unitarian church of Denvor Rabbi
Charles Freund Bnal Israel congroga
tlon and Judgo D N Straup chair
man of the board of trustees of the
Unitarian church here In view of tho
action of the members of the society
last night however there will ho no
ordination ceremonies and Mr Mcakiu
loses tho appointment as chaplain In
the army
OPENiNfi Of
HUDSON
AVENUE
A few weeks ago the matter of
opening Hudson avenuo was brought
before the city council and It was
decided that the dedication of the
avenue should be made notwlthstand
ling the objection raised by two ot
the property owners
Since that time the city engineer
has perfected the maps and charts
defining the boundary lines of the
avenue and showing the property In
terests there and the same has been
turned over to tho city attorney Tho
nttorno will present these plans to
the property owners In that district
for their nJgnatures wrlch when re
cclved will perfect the action of ded I
Icatlng the ground for street purposes i
Condemnation proceedings will bo bo
giin against property owners who do I
not sign an nppralsement will bo made
of the value of the property and the
property will bo set aside for street
purposes by the courts
Just when this IK nil going to bo
done Is not definitely known and un
til tho definite action toward the ded
ication of the ground for street pur
poses Is taken those owning prop
erty along tho proposed avenue can
not say Just what they will do by nay
of building business blocks it Is
said however by some of tho prop I
orty holders that as soon as tho ave I
nue Is thrown open they expect to
orect modern business blocks I
It arpeantfrom what can be
gleaned from those most Interested
that Hudson avenue will become one
of the mOlt flourishing business pen I
I tos of tho city
l Hudson avenue will extend from
t Twenty fifth to Twentyfourth streets
I between Washington and Grant ave
nues ° It will bo CC feet wide be
t We211 the property lines having a
sidewalk on each side S feet wide
which will leave 60 feet between the
curb and cutter lines The avenue
will bo party and made modern In
every detail
Cansses Debility
Here are Facts Backed Up by
a Strong Guarantee
Catarrh causes debility in our opln
ion most people suffering from gen
eral debility have catarrh Such cases
of debility cannot he completely cured
by medicine not designed to eradicate
catarrh In every case where our
remedy falls to glvo entire satisfac
tion wo will not charge a cent for tho
medicine employed during the trial
Now surely no one should hesitate I
I to believe us or to put our claim to
a practical test under such conditions <
Wo will take all the risk no one else
can lose anything by the transaction I
We make these statements and this
offer because wo know and have time
and again proved that Rexall Mucu I I
Tone rarely falls to do as we claim
It Is not a curoan prescribed to euro
over disease that flesh Is heir to
It Is Intended for ono purpoue 1 e to
I cure catarrh by assailing the dseased
condition In a reasonable scientific
way which IB to employ agents thnt
have been found to have the tonic
I and alterative powor to correct faulty
metabolism tissue change and to
stimulate and help nature overcome
the cause or causes of catarrh This
being done appetite Increases nutri
tion Improves weight la galnod com
fort of body Is attained and lifes work
taken up with the zest natural to
the perfectly healthy Individual
We want you to try RoxaJI Mucu
Tono Follow directions and take It
regularly and consistently for a rca
sonablo length of time Then If you
are not satisfied como back and tell
us and the money you paid for the
treatment will be returned without
any argument whatever
Rexall MucuTone comes In two
sites SOc and 100 a bottle Sold
only at our store The Rexall Store
The T H Carr Drug Co corner Grant
and Twentyefth
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POCATELLO SWTCHMAN
BLOWS OUT ins 6 G Airs
Pocatello Idaho Fob 22 Placing a
32caiiber revolver against his uead
Just above his right temple Leo Has
kins a switchman In the Oregon
Short Line yards here blow his brains
out this afternoon The shooting occurred
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merclal hotel about 3 oclock Has
kins loll no far vu II and the motive
for the act Is ujixplalnable I
Haskins was about 35 years old HP
came hero from Oregon a few 18 > sf
ago and two days ago wont to work
as a switchman In tho Oregon Short
Lino railway yards so lltllo Is known
of him here except that he was un
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have ben notified live at Perry In I
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