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U I 4 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAB SATURDAY APRIL 2 1910
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I Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann
COMPULSORY VACCINATION
California has a law excluding from the public schools children
that are not vaccinated A teat case was brought in the higher
courts of that state and on last Thursday Superior Judge Lucas F
Smith in an opinion held that the law is unconstitutional in that it
is discriminatory
It is no answer says Judge Smith to this penal statute to I
say as the counsel for tho state board of health contends that par
ents wbo do not believe in vaccination can send their children to
private schools and thus avoid the consequences of the penal statute
It is an old and fundamental principle of justice that all criminal
t lawsshould operate alike upon all classes of people whether they be
rich or poor A rich man could send his children to a private school
as suggested bytho attorney for the state board of health and thus
avoid being arrested and punished under said penal statute but
should tho poor man be punished as a criminal because he is unable
to send his children to a private school and does not believe in vac
cination and for that reason his children arc barred from attending
the public schools Such an interpretation of the two statutes
would work a great injustice to a large class of people
Stating his position as to compulsory vaccination the Judge
says
While I am opposed to all compulsory vaccination laws yet I
am a believer in vaccination as a protection against smallpox But
much has been said and written by learned men to the contrary
And while our state board of health is rendering valuable services
to the people of tho state in many ways yet I do not believe the law
empowers it to compel by writ of mandate another board of equal
standing before the law to exclude children from the public schools
when there is no public necessity for so doing
This is an issue which may be brought before the people of Utah
The inability of our boards of health to eradicate smallpox has
prompted many persons to advocate a law of compulsory vaccina
tion It is a question which undoubtedly has two sides and should
be approached with due deliberation
AN APPEAL TO THE MEN OF OGDEN
This is the season of the year when the housewife should remind
tho house master that his back yard is in need of a cleaning Visi
tors remark that Ogdens back and front yards are a disappointing
contrast The front is attractive but the rear too often is a catch
basin for cans paper and other rubbish
The cultivating of a beautiful front yard bedecked with flowers
while the yard in the back is neglected reminds one of the fellow
I with a clean shirt and collar and unclean under garments
From tho point of tho health it is far more essential to have
II wholesome premises than to possess lilac bushes all fragrant and
I beautiful hiding garbage heaps
The large empty centers of our blocks have made it easy for our
people to dump waste material in the unoccupied areas and these
1 inviting receptacles for rubbish have made possible the growth of a
I careless indifference to the disposal of rubbish until the time has come
I for somo concerted action to be taken to stop the practice
I Ogden should clean up The women do their duty when they
I keep tho interior and the front of the home attractive Now it is
for tho men to challenge the women to a contest in which the men
shall undertake to keep the back yards fit for strangers to see and
above tho criticism of the sanitary inspector
f r A back yard without rubbish or illsmelling garbage is as de
i lightful a sight as a garden of roses
Now while tho wives proceed to beautify with flowers let the
i husbands plant good resolves in their part of the home and with
careful cultivation raise the standard of the Ogden back lot so
I that when strangers peep through the cracks in the fence they will
be agreeably surprised to find cleanliness and everything orderly
i and attractive
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RAILROADS WEST OF OGDEN
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The repairing of the track north of Great Salt Lake which at one
time was part of the old Central Pacific line in to Ogden is not only a
precautionary measure to assure uninterrupted traffic over the
Southern Pacific road but a movement to give to a considerable
i population in the northwest part of the state transportation facilities
j With tho opening of immense trade of land to oultivation such
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i as the Crocker estate ranch the population of that part of Box El
i der must increase rapidly and it will not bo long before the recon
I I i structed line will find sufficient to do to justify a train service re
o I gardless of whatever through business may be diverted to that
I I I route
I i But the most important move on the part of the railroad people
having for its object the opening up of a second or third route west
from Ogden in connection with the OgdenLucin cutoff is the build
I ing of the railroad from Saline
I on Promontory Point north along
J the shore line of the lake to Rozel connecting with the old Central
i j Pacific at a point a short distance east of Kolton This road is to be
i I I part of a short route in to central Idaho and the northwest and at
I the same time it is to answer the purposes of an auxiliary line to the
J j OgdeuLucin cutoff affording a choice of two lines west from Prom
I ontory Point to the junction of the old Central Pacific and the new
i Southern Pacific lines
i PARDONS ARE SOUGHT
I i j i BY ELEVEN PRISONERS
I I 9 Eloron Inmatoa of the Utah state
flrlsqn will apply tor pardons and threo
I trill ask for commutlon of sontonco
I I when tho state board meets April 1C
Below is tho list of applicants with the
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crimes of which they were convicted
For pardonWatkin Reese felony
Lo Roy Purnoll grand larceny
Charles Aldildge grand larceny
Itenjamln F Carter assault with In
lent to murder Rudolph V Held r
hnuaon falling to provide for minor
child Edward Syphus assault with
deadly weapon W E Lucas assault
and battery August Blanke petit lar
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II in the month of April 1910 8
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DOUSE CLEANING TIME
The Ogden Furniture Carpet Co can help you and are prepared to furnish I
you with the most uptodate Furniture Carpets Rugs Wall Paper Baby Car
riages etc to take the place of worn out pieces at prices that are right M J
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SPECIAL PRICES ON RUGS and CARPETS
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Special prices on all Rugs and Carpets this coming week It will pay you to come to this sale as <
all of the new spring goods will be on sale
Tapestry Rugs 9x12 2000 values Sale Price 1600 minster Carpets 175 per yard Sole Price 125
Axminsters 0x12 3500 values Sale Price 2500 Velvet Carpets 160 per yard Sale Price 120
Axininstors 9x12 3750 values Sale Price 2750 Tapestry Carpeels 125 peer yard Sale Price100
Velvets 9x12 2500 values Sale Price 2000 Ingrain Carpets 100 per yard Sale Price 75
THESE PRICES ARE SEWED LAID AND LINED
Other Necessities for house Cleaning Linoleums Lace Curtains Universal 1
Ranges Carpet Sweepers Liquid Veneer Wall Paper Cleaner Dining Tables
Wardrobes Parlor Sets Etc Call and look them over j
WE MAKE THE TERMS EASY
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YOUR CREDIT is GOOD
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cent Edward Iloeven grand lar
ceny Henry Blanko petit larceny
A J Morrow adultery
For commutation W W Woods a < =
ault with deadly weapon Jesse Rice
burglary in second degree Royal Mor
mon burglary
LIFE BEYOND
ThE 6RA VE
SERMON
The Bible Is the ono book which
claims authentically to give Informa
tion concerning the life beyond the
grave Of all the questions of earth
this Is not only tho most Important
but tho most universal for It effects
all alike Following tho former cus
tom Rev Carver will give a post
Easter series of Sunday evening ser
mons upon Tho Life Beyond tho
Grave and during the Sunday nights
of April the following questions will
furnish the themes of the evening dis
courses In tho First Presbyterian I
church commencing at S ocock
April 3rd Conditions of life Im
mediately following what wo call
death and Is there any period of pro
a 1 I r opportunity for repentance
after death
April 10th Identity and ntUure of
the resurrection body In what ro
rpect 11 It like the oorthlv cnt
April 17th Tho pardon which
Christ gives at the bar of God Does
It and can It cleans from all sin
and take away tho sinful nature at
once
April 24thrbo gradations of Hoav
only reward and future punishment
Are all punished or rewarded aUk 7
In these sermons different Iop
and various biblical opinion will bo
considered and no one denomination
al theory will be held as final
This series is given because not
only of the Importance of the general
subject but also on account of the
many questions asked by arose who
have been bereft of loved ones If
Heaven and Hell aro real they are
subjects of all abo bind interest and
Importance
Tho music at each of tho evening
services will be a feature
The testimony which science brines
both for and against those various
topics will be considered Mrs Sto
ens Misses Mitchell Hamlll and Did
dle and Mr Saunders will furnish
the music Sunday night when a spec
ial praise program will be given
PRICE OF ICE
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Chicago April 2People of Chi I
cago will receive some compensation
for tho long cold winter just closed I
The price of Ice Is to be reduced I
according to John S Fielding proxl
dent of the Knickerbocker company
We havo cut the price of Ice from
2 to 50 cents a ton wholesale saId
Holding That will mean a reduc
tion in the prlco to tho small con
sumer Now summer rates will be 30
and 10 cents a hundred The latfr
Mil apply to the very small consumer
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people will get the benefit of It
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We have a splendid collapsible cart all nicklo frame
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