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The Ogden standard. [volume] (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, August 06, 1910, Part Two, Image 16

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THE ONE ISSUE
Which Confronts the Workers IB to
Abolish Private Ownership In
Means of ProductionFight
Must be Fought on Class
Lines
What wo have to face Is a bittor
class antagonism between the classes
who own the means of production
which they use to enslave their fel
lows to those means of production and
tho laborers who are thus cconouii
call and socially enslaved With
theso laborers must bo numbered a
large portion of tho lowest middle
class who practically depend upon
and arc a portion of the proletariat
ccrks etc who are learning how
tncy arc being exploited themselves
oy their employers and the domestic
servants whoso servile degraded po
sitions will bo felt more and more as
education spreads Hero Is the last
class ofijjitagonlsm which lodeed is
worldwide tho antagonism between
the slaves of the machine the mero
social engines for producing surplus
value and contributing to luxury
against the capitalist class and their
hangerson the landlords All other
antagonisms complicated as they
were have now faded into this sim
ile unmistakable hostility of clearly
defined Inimical Interests between
the proletariat and the bourgeois
The Injuctlce of Today
Proletariat production capitalist
appropriation workers make traders
take Socialized production individ
ual exchange Work in concert ox
change at war Supremacy of town
subservience of country Overcrowd
ed cities empty fields Such arc the
briefest possible statements of th
economical and social forms which
result In our present anarchy not
for one class alone though that suf
0 fers far the most but for all And
tho system as a whole is now world
wile though in different shapes Can
ital dominates tho planet acts ir
respective of all nationalities grabs
Its profits irrespective of all creeds
and conditions capital is Interna
tional unacctarian destitute of re
gard for humanity or religion
The proletariat must learn from the
system which they have to overthrow
to be equally indifferent to class
creed or color religion or nationality
BO long as the Individuals sink their
personal objects in a Vesoluto en
deavor against tho common enemy
When a glut of goods exists on ono
hand and men eager for those goods I
end anxious to work stand idle and
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foodless on the other when those two
factors of well oing cannot bo
brought together because of the ne
cessity to produce for profit which
tho very glut Itself prevents surely
anarchy in production and exchange
has been driven to the last ditch of
absurdity When hundreds of thou
cands of children are brought into
the world under such conditions that
good food good health good educa
tion are for them impossible the es
sentialfoundations though all three
lire of true morality and sound cit
izenship in later life surely hero too
ho anarchy in our commonest social
f relations is clearly manifested When
alco welook around at the complete
division between classes their uttor
ignorance of what one another think
mid feel tho incapacity of men and
women of different classes to sit com
fortably at tho same meal table
though of the same race language
pud creed here even apart from the I
necessary antagonism of economical
interests the social anarchy which
the TOiddleclassos scall order once
roore stares us In tho face
We say onco more this is a class
I WilL GiVE 1000
IF I FAIL TO CURE ANY GINCER or TUMOR
I TREAT BEFORE IT POISONS DEEP GLAIIDS
WITHOUT KNIFE OR PUH HO PAY UIITIL CURED
6000 CURED
SWORN TO HO XRAY g
OR OTHER SKItiDlE
AN ISLAND PLANT J
MAKES TilE ClHE it
ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE 11
Any Tumor Lump w p f 11
tore on tho Up 1 aco ijt
or Body 6 months f
IS CANCl R They
Dover pain until la
itane 120PAGK
HOOK BENT FULL tj
with ttttimosbb ol hun Q4
dreds emd lr chtrj
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ANVlUMP inVOMAffS BREAST
18 CANCER and if nec < rtcil it will alwoyi
poison deep glands in the armpit uuI kill quirl
Address DR MRS DR CHAHLEY SStfffl
Minif U S CANCER CURE LJRGEST In the WORLD
745 AND 747 S MAIH ST LOS ANGELES W I
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I war Wo know il we arc preparing
lor iti we rejoice at its near ap II
proach Wro mean to break down
competition and to substitute univer
sal organization and cooperation
There lie around us tho necessaij
methods they need but to be applied
But thore are mnny difficulties and
dangers the power of wealth is great
tlo unscrupulousuoss of property
Knows no bounds Wa are well
aware of this we see and do not
shrink from the inevitable struggle
I rho Revolution is prepared In the
1 womb of society it needs but one
strenuous and organized effort to
anifest the new period in legal find
rcknowledgcd shape to the world To
attempt to return to the old form
of Individual production would he at
the same reactionary and anarclml
We cannot If we would so put back
tho hands upon the dial of human
development It is nowise desirable
we should The increased power of
man over nature is gained by coop
j oration by social machinery by as
i sociated labor by skilfully concerted
I ork lhls has beon duo to count
I iess ages of growth and development I
involving often tho most horrible op
pression but fever producing more
wealth with less labor We inherit
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I tne results of this long martyrdom
of mnn to the forms of production
nnd exchange It Is for us to taKrt
hold of and use these Improvements
for tho enfranchisement of tho people
cud for the establishment of happi
I ness and organized contentment
After these instances of disintegra
tion and disorder the ugliness waste
ind adulteration seem comparatively
I trifling So long as competitive com
niorco and production for profit con
I tinue based upon wageslavery below
j no change for the bettor can be
wrought As capitalism saps all
I healthy social relations and reduces
even tho closest connection between
Die sexes to a mere question of bar
gain and sale so it threatens to dn
stioy the springs of all artthat is
of the external beauty of life and U
reduce tho world to a state of bar
barism a threat which can only be
met by the demands of social order
for the communlslng of exchange and
tho means of production so that la
bor may be freed from the merely
useless toll In which it is to a large
extent at present employed so that
vhllo machinery Is usel for perform
ing labor repulsive to men the Intel
ligcntcc of the workmen may bo made
available for the higher needs of the
community so that the greater and
netter part of productive labor may
locome voluntary reasonable and
pleasurable exercise of the human
lacultles instead of a compulsory do
grading and unhappy struggle for ex
istence human in nothing save its
suffering the tragedy of tho battle
against starvation
Individuality Is Crushed Today
How then would individuality that
unceasing cry of the bore and the dul
lard be stunted by a system which
should leave full play to the high
rift faculties of every ulan In return
for trifling pleasant social labor nay
which should develop those faculties
for all classes far more than they
are developed today Under such a
system where mankind collectively
controlled their means of production
with machinery ever Improving by the
genius of their fellows but used for
instead of against the mass of the
human race men would at length be
really free in overt sense economi
cal social and political save that
they would no longer possess the
freedom to enslave and ombruto their
fellow men individuality is crushed
today iu every direction The poor
slave to the machine the overwork
cd hind or domestic drudge have no
lime for Individuality no strength
loft for their own education or de
velopment Under our present sys
tern there is no individuality for the
mass of mankind
Is This Utopian
For reconstruction and reorganiza
tion therefore we Socialists continu
ally strive looking to the complotest I
physical moral rind intellectual de
velopment of every human being as
the highest form of the social stall
as the best and truest happiness for
every Individual and for every class
whore as none need overwork so
none shall be able to force others
to work for their profit And this
is Utopian Nay it was Utopian per
haps whou the powers of man over
nature weio trifling compared with
what they arc today and mere divi
sion of labor almost necessarily in
solved the formation of casts and
fliisscs But now steam electricity
the forcos growing daily under our
t hand render equality a necessity tin
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Wiiat a Flue Looking Old Man2
How often ve hear that exclamation at some particularly vigorous
gentleman upon whom the years seem to rest but lightly Its Dollars
to Doughnuts that he has preserved his youth by bo moderate use
of a pure healthful stimulant
SUii11rnyBRuok
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THE PURE FOOD
Vlhiskey
is the highest and most desirable type of a rich wholesome
xlthBmng tonic and stimulant It Is expressly tnttindwl J
for uto in the home or aickrCHm and expense ortroublo JJJWWt
i 5 spared to make it THE ideal whiskey for that purpose j
The SECRET of tho populnrity of SUNNY BROOK
THE PURE FOOD WHISKEY INSIDE of tho bottle
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO Filth District of KENTUCKY
Ask Your Dealer For It
f FRED J KIESEL CO Olden Utah
GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS I
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lion are to come upon us in
I our very
midst For as ideas grow as ciluca
lion spreads so docs the knowledge
of howjto turn tfyo increaqln powers
qf devastation to account increase
among tho needy and the oppressed
Gunpowder helped to swecfc away
Feudalism with tilllts hienuty and
all Its ettlvalryr when flow forms
arose from tho decay of the old now
I far stronger explosives < are arrayed
igainst capitalism while tho ideas
of tHe titncnre as rjfe with re oJu
IOU as they were when fouifallsm
loll To avoid alike
tho crushing an
archy of tomorrow we strive to help
forward the workers to the control
of the State as the only means
whereby such hideous trouble can be
n olded and production and exchange
can be organized for the benefit ot
the country at large Thus therefore
we propose that all should have the
vote not that the vote will free them
from economic oppression but be I
cause in this way alone is a peaceable
issue possible for the possessing
classes
A Sample of Reasoning
A sample of the sort of reasoning
that theologians apply against Social
ism is furnished by the Cleveland
Catholic Universe in its reasons for
attacking the craze for dirigible hal
loons and airships The Catholic
Universe declares It does not think
that the Creator Intended that man
should inhabit tho air or to fly like
the birds and the papor proceeds
fo domonstrato its thesis with tho
Iasoning that else He tho Creator
would have furnished him man with
wings on account of which tho
Catholic Universe is of the opinion
that airships should he legally re
stricted Upon the same principle
tins Creator never Intended man to
t by steamboats and steam cars
else He would have furnished man
with a steam boiler In his stomach
and the Creator
never Intended man
to have literature plentiful find cheap
else He would have furnished man
with a Hoe Perfected Press and Mor
sienthaler typesetting anatomy and
he Creator never Intended millions
of men to deliberate in parliaments
c90 He would have furnished man
with a representative government an
atomical member Furthermore up
on tho same principle that airships
lIQuId be restricted by law steam
the press and representative govern I
meat shoild bo coDlemiml as the
encyclical of Plus IX did those ele
ments of Progress and as the pulpit
generally anathematizes Socialism
KOGS m VEAL
c e are paying for rat iogs an fol
lows
Hogs from 200 lbs and up per
100 Ibs 875
Hogs from 160 to 200 Ibs per
100 lbs 850
hops from 125 to 1GO Ibs per
100 lbs 775
We receive hogs daily
Anybody who prefers dressed
weight on hogs may bring them in on
Tuesdays or Fridays between 730
nnd 10 a m We will then slaughter
them while you wait and pay 1175
per 100 lbs dressed At either of
these days you may choose whether
you want the live weight price or
1175 dressed
We pay lor fat veals from 70 to 125
Ibi dressed weight 11 cents per Ib
and receive them daily iou may
bring them in either live or dressed
Access to our plant is now con
vcnionc since tho construction of tho
viaduct
OGDEN PACKING PROVISION CO
POOR FISHERMEN
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Despite tho fact that the principal
trout streams of Utah arc constantly
patrolled by deputy fish and game
wardens there has been considerable
dynamiting done lately in varIous
streams and the authorities aro re
doubling their efforts to capture the
guilty ones
Two arrests were made yesterday
by District Warden M B Pope of
Uiutah county the mel giving the
names of John and Bert Baum The
men wore captured on Red creek a
tributary of Strawberry creeK and
had been dynamiting 11 sh in consid
erable quantities according to tho
officers who made the arrest There
Is a penalty ranging from one to five
ears in the penitentiary for this fol
any and it is likely to go hard with
the offenders if they are proven guilty
Fred Chambers state fish and game
warden returned to Salt Lake last
ught after a day passed in Ogden
on matters pertaining to his office
Mr Chambers stated that the plant
ing of fish fry In two of tho principal
ttout streams would bo taken up this
week These streams which wore not
named by the officer will be planted
with about 350000 fish fry each and
they will be carried to the upper
most sources of tho various branches
where plenty of fresh spring water
will be assured and whero there will
bo comparatively little daiiper from hl
rlgatiou systems larger fish or other
disadvantages frequently encountered
in making a successful planting In
planting so large a number of fry In
these two streams tho same will not
need replaniing for another year or
more
EVERYTHrNG IS
AS ADVERTlSfO
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Wednesday next will be exhibition
day for tho Barnum und Bailey Great I
est Show on Earth then the rare
unique and wonderful things that
have been promised on paper will be
come a reality The airy riders who
in diaphanous skirts have ivon
pirouetting on the expansive backs of
tremendously speeding circus horses
on the billboards will be seen in
all the gorgeouSness of tulle and se I
ductive smile the eephant will copy
their pictured acts of corned and go
them ono better the contortionist
will proceed to disentangle himself
from the Itnots ho tied in his respon
sive limbs last year the acrobatic
family In attlro at least fresh from
the ballroom will turn dizzy snnipr
saults in defiance qf long dresses and
swallowtall coats and the clown will
work oft his timehonored comody on
the confiding audience There is noth
ing on earth In the amusement line
like n circus It is the peoples show
par excellence Tho expert Knows I
what is coming every minute of tho
show but ho wouldnt have it changed 1
for worlds The cry conventionalism I
of much of the performance is what i
makes II 50 delightful The merit In I
a big circUs such as thatoflJarnum
and Bailer Is the fact tfiat cvcrylhins I
In tho show is the cry best of the I
kind Thejrc must inevitably be rid I
ing acts but the ildprs are tho lead i
vcre of thNr profusion Th W mflst
be acrobats but the acrobatic artists I
and aerinllsts aro gathered from the
wide world and are the best that I
rn0juycan secure H It Johjg supprlor
ity in the quality of the perlormfrs I
that makes the Earnum and Bailey
circus the great institution it Is It I
is a collossal rbut mere Im I
mensity would not4 suffice without a I
great arenic performance to sustain I
the interest of this public A great I
deal of preliminary Interest has been I
aroused by the coming oC tho show
and circus day will bo a great day In
every sense of the word The free I
street parado to bo given the morning
of show day will be it Is promised a
veritable pageant of Oriental splendor
and interesting novelties
PETITION CCURT
TO oPtN ROAD
Caroline Skeen and Daniel William
residing near Plain City have asked
tho District Court to open for them
a roadway which thor claim was
granted to thorn at the time of the
purchase of land from William D
Sheen
William Skeen Is now dead but the
plaintiffs assert that at the tIme ho
sold them the land on which they
now Jive there was a roadway con
necting the property with the main
road and thereby greatly enhancing
their propertys value Before Sheens
death he closed this lane to tho al
leged detriment of the complainants
and they ask that the heirs to tho
estate ho made to reopen it
For
Lumber
See Thc
VokerScowcroft
lUinber COo
1aeHore Thiyug
Aftywhere
Either Phone 612
Or Call 237 24tli St Ogden
Cliaep Srne
Exe IDlliJ f5 ii 0 1TIi S
via
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Domvr return 2250
Kansas Cily return4000
Omaha return 4000
St Louis return 4900
St Paul return 5200
hicago return 95500
Tickets on sale JUlie I H 18 27
July 7 20 August 1 September 14
and 23rd Good returning until
October 31st
For further information call on
C A Henry Ticket Agent Union
Depot or F Fouls Passenger Ag
ent Phones 104 and 115
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YOU CANNOT HELP
ADMIRING
The fine domestic finish to all tho
shirts and collars which we launder
All our employes are experts in their
particular branches thus enabling us
to turn out perfect work For the
Summer Girl wo would say that wo
are prepared to do up those dainty
waists and fluffy ruffles in a way
thnt will be pleasing to her
OgdenSteam
Laundry Co
LAUNDERERS CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Phones 174 437 25th Street I
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BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
S 2 25th St
1icals name price as Broom Pe
taurant Sppclnl Dinner 2Dc J
Lunch from 11 to i p m
Dinner from 4 to S p m
LEE FOON TOM ilanarjen
CGBEH TURF EXGHA8
326 25io street
Wires to all tracks on all
Sporting Events
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TTTT AVING demand from Lawyers and others
iEt in offices for desk alarm and call bell we
show where the SEARCHLIGHT Clock
can be used for this purpose First ns neat
I clock on desk for time purposes and It takes
only a couple of seconds to set alarm at time of
t appointment which is sure to remind one that
someone else needs immediate attention
The call bell can be used as shown to call
I anyone in the office as signals adopted Then
again did you ever have anyone in your office
I who having finished his business persists in
again going over matter thoroughly understood
with you having a stack of work awaiting ahead
of youl By pressing the button you can make
way suitable excuse to terminate the meeting
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TpHIS clock is not a toyit is an
11 article of household furniturean
adornment to the home and it is useful
I The alarm clock will ring until you get
up out of bedand stop it The
alarm is kept ringing by the electric
battery and it will ring for hours if not
turned off This alarm will not stop
after awhile and let yon go back to
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sleepit gets you up
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THIS CLOCK WILL BE SOLD TO ANY ONE FOR
ANYONE WHO WILL SUBSCRIBE FOR AN D SIGN A CONTRACT TO PAY FOR THE I
EVENING STANDARD FOR ONE YEAR
Can and See IB at THE STANDARD OFFICE
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fIRST NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAH
Capital end Undivided Profits
27500000
Davlfl Ecclen Pren
G H Tribe VlcePreu
John Watson ViceProa
M SM Browning ViceFree
John Pingroe Cashier
Jas F nnrtort Asst Cashier
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The electric current is so arranged
that when the button in the end of the
pear push is pressed the bell will ring
This is very convenient in a sick room
or wherever a call bell is needed This
clock combines the perfect mechanism
of the best time keeper made with
the advantages of the latest develop
ments in electrical science
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pHE little electric incandescent
THE
JL lamp just above the dial will show
the time at any hour of the T > rht All I
you need to do is to touch the button at
the end of the cord which comes at I
tached to every clock and the dial of 1
the clock will light up It is not neces
sary to rise from bed to light the
electric lighta touch of the button will I
show you the time The cord may be
put under your pillow or in any con j
venient place i
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VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG
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SAFE MOVING
403 25th St Both Phones 321
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Ralph E Hoaa Cashier
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