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MOUSING THE 12 EXAMINED: B. I JOSEPH BALLANTYKS-Dlraete- tekdl SSSS Editorial Committee: KATE A HILLIARD E. A SATTELL ta A A Hilbai BUTH E. PROUT af Vlelia and SMS Vh Bursa Av RL P. HUNTER TMdur I Bultar and Maedellm Syatam). Air ( Moravian Studia SMS Quincy m at DENT MOWERV la 740; Ball phono, Ball 11(0l tyiRsaidanca ItBdL Cablaat Orgaa Art SMS Waan. MO Plana Teas shore! Wrut Twenty-thir- A W. BAXTER, Taaahnr al Plea Studia 2744 Adana. SMI from 742-- Han MRS. TILUE N. BLAIDEI CaaaaH pianist Toaster a.' Plan Nat Studia the sinmt. rush with the eathrooging la a loneliness complete. thou-asad- same great citys shrine. are happy and aad with me; Aad nil of ua laugh together evening asm ua free. - BLAIR HENRY MRS. A BEDFIELD TsasMS sf A1 S4S Washington gtudl Rt Was Ball As 763-k- , MISS OtOA WEHRENQ, MU MARY L. SHIPP, af Qultar and Mandolin, Rssdlansa 104 Ud St I Taachsr af Blnglag ON Adana avs. 478-Y- . Ball pBaaa when ness-Russ- a MISS ALMA BAUER RARRATT Taaehet al plana and vacal cut Stud I Ogden (WadneeOay aad Theroday,) 8S4S Llncain av Ctudl Salt Lake City (Monday, Friday aad Saturday.) 81 Kaadad af Taachsr Leoctetraky Plana, MatBad, Studia SMS Adana Ava. tw. Auglo-Japanee- ART a a a Bquar MRS. A L. HERRICK. Laaacna In china painting. Firing a Complete Una af white specialty. Studia 270 china and material Weed, av Real Estate Ag'ents islet Par feargatna In Ogdan and autalda prspamaa aaa Claaalflrd It H. A A BRUMMITT Inauranea. Real 2374 Washington Ava. Fhana, 771. Lean Estat inauranea and In aetmanta, Offtoe 0 Eaalaa Bldg A M, PORRI0TALU Surety Banda, Real Eatata and aatwuaa III Eaalaa BMg AF. W. N. PEIRCE. Pita 2Mh 41C Natary inaurane Bt Beta Fire and Rata KELLY A HERRICK. Loans and Qsnaral Inaurane Real Eatata Imraatmant Rental Real Eatata, Fire inauranea. Mart W. A WEDELL Inauranea Lean Real Cats. 24M Washington av and Rental Beyle block. Bath phana N alary, 41S StB it A. A. WENGER, Bids. Real A' H. GODbARO, Real Eetat Fire and Ufa Insun 412 Caelao . Natary PubU Bldg. Rail Fhana M4A Public. Room 41, Ind. phana 417. A A ROLAFP. Eatata .Fine Inaurane Notary Public, Rentals, 404 Ecclse Rani RaU SO; phana In Vnt-versif- y Natary First Nat Bank A A SIMMONA Real aetata dealer In Five Points Rental prcpertlaa and farm land 230 Wash. Ava, properties handled. Ball 1111000 IbS-y-. It Llatan la is dea Which will bo boat; Ta struggle with rani, dear. Or shall am invaat T Answer by mala ar famala ta ha JUMBLA 13001 Wash, Hall M44, CHAUNCV PARRY Raal Eatata, Firs Inauranea an lean Comar. 23d and Wash, Ban ment Attorneys JOSEPH CHEZ, Attorney and Counselor at Law, 40 and 41 First National Bank Bldg. NoOgdan, Utah. Beth phana tary in olHc AGEE A M'CRACKEN, 43, 44 and First National Bank Bldg, Pham Ball 409, Ind. BO. Caunaaloraat-Law- , Attomey-at-La- VOLNEY A GU KNELL Attfsiey-at-Law- Eaelaa Building. A T. HULANI4KI I0B . Ofllaa 3404 Washington A LESSENGER M. Av AttCrtiay-at-La- Roams T. A O'CONNELLY. 8L, avar Twenty-fourt- Grocary. In 2 A A Attamey-at-La- 344 21-2- Riehard-aan- a phana 44. First Nat FARNSWORTH Attorney-at-L- 214 and Rank Rid a. 21S Eecles Building. City Florists A VAN DER BCHUIT. Funeral designs sf all kinds; cut flowerc end potted plant All an dare promptly filled. Fhana 904-Z- . 740 Twenty-eight-h at THE PORTER FLORAL CA Choice cut flowers always an hand. Floral daalgna a specialty. Greenhouse car. Jefferson ava. and Tarontiatn at W. L. Pertar, Mg Phenes Ball C60-Z- ; In 243. VARNEY FLORAL CA Floral daalgna of every description ta order. Delivery promptly mad Order by phene. Bell S13-Grsenheue 142 Thirtieth at OGDEN FtORAL CO. Floral Artlata. Stare 411 Twenty-fourtat Qreonheuaa opposite Glenwood park. Phene Bell IK, h Ind. ttt - VARNEY FLORAL CA The choice:! carnation rosea and otter flower with appropriate Prices moderate. 162 Thin free at Rail 212 Ogden City Dentists - FELIHAW'S DENTAL PARLOR Over Bparge'a Seek Stars , 2444 Wuk. Av Phene Bell 74-k- under the auspices of tha National Civic Federation. It la aatoniahlng to find "tha concentration of rare mental faculties" found In the Civic Federation devoting live lectures to Socialism in order to explode Its "popular theories. Mr. Mullock quarrels with tha statement that "labor creates all wealth-Haaya wealth la created by labor on one band and tbs power of direction How this gentleman on tha other. can hold his brain In one hand while laboring with the other la not nay to understand. Labor and brains are onft and Inseparable. Every invention of any value to tha world la from the brain of a man who has worked at tBs Industry which bla Invention helps perfect. No Inventor ever got value received for the work of hla brain. "Tha concentration of rare mental faculties In directing labor," as W. H. M a Hock puts it. la rotnpellsd to sell tbe product of hla brain to keep body and soul together while tha man who bu the rare "mental faculty" acquires Immense wealth from tha lnvenor's necessity. It would be of aome value to tbe world to know what "rare mental faculty" tha Insane woman had who wsa In an asylum fur 23 years and at her death the money she possessed had Increased a hundred fold and ehe left 4t5.0tHi behind her. He claims that Socialism would change wags slavery Into economic slavery. Just how he reaches this conclusion la left to the Imagination to flgure out. but It is aafe to say that the avenge worker would be willing to make the change, as tt is quite Impossible to itiaglne a worse form of litiln slavery than tha one that claima children to the Industrial marbitu-rhattslavery in its worst form never did aucb a dastardly act. "Compatlaons are obvious." but we cannot refrain from comparing the horrors of capitalism which destroys the home, makes motherhood a curse, degrades men them to work Hi and 14 hours a day for a barely living wage: stunts and stultifies Its future rltixeus la their childhood, and bows low to mammon. with the demands and ideals of the socialists, when the Ideal is high, the realisation must approximate it. y morning. B. J. Tea. I did. But it was no lawsuit. (Confidentially approaching l:. A.) You see. 1 am getting old. I may at any time be taken off. The rheumatism In gaining on me. and tbe doctor tells me my heart la affected. I wish to settle my affairs. My five buys and ni daughter should be provided for. I den t wnnt to leave things at that any crook might come nnund nnd leave these children pen- to niless and unpmteceil I'. 8. (with mock solemnity grain Brother Jonathan by the collar with both hands and shakes him) Traitor ! R. J.- 1'. 8. I still shaking B. J.) I say. Traitor! B. J.' 1 a tiaiiot? I'. 8. Ye! Traitor to your country: for to our "glorious Institution of hardship and tempts lion In early life;" base deinoraliier of jour young tolka by seeking to make them like Jelly fishes; weakener of our American manhood! (diving Brother Jonathan a final shake.) Traitor, who should be indiried, hanged and quar.-teremake your peace with heaven; I am going to inform upon you and ace to it that you get the deserts of wour traitorous plan. B. J. (catching bin breath) A re you gone crazy? V. 8. (with increased mock solemnity) No. air; I am a patriot. I am. And when I see a. man deliberately The Jnpanejic situation Is' crowing tn undermine our "glorious critical for this country. In the pras-en- t trying of hardships and temptai would well le ends, for the tions In early life." my blood holla, working class tn look the muter in and I cry brlood largo Rrlood, the face, f..r their ..an tienefir. One 0rlood! he atinuM to them and thing H. J. Y011 must b gnne crazy. that -, that the I'. K. Did you not a minute ago queeriog U .tn econonur. end not a race question. eay that y,,u your great success, Senator Icrhlin may aserf that tha your msnllness, ete., to the hardships, American and the Japanese era two and temptations that you iTeconcliabie races:'' others .may de- privations had to g through hi early life? clare the ancient fallacy regarding B. he of the Occident I'. 8 And did you not say tha f end ie Orient, hut it should be iw snrta early trials It la that build up menthered h) workmen that the man? and declarations arc not fan B (beginning to smell a rsn -nn more than affidavits ar lobster Well yes. It la admitted In diploma tr circle v V. 8 And did you n- -t hat the present demonstration against aueh triala-triemn. th Is only mad possible fi this ns enuntry eraiM not exiut? J-- Tes. i. -- - lln COOKING. see-Kip- ling THE JAPANESE SITUATION. asaer-Mifli- SCIENTIFIC "Give me a spoon of eleo, ma. And tbo sodium alkali. Fbr Im going to make pie, mama. Im going to make a pie, For John will be hungry and tired, ma, And his tlsauea will deoompose; 80 give me a gram of phosphate And that carbon and cellulose; And give me a chunk of caaelne, ma, To shorten the thermic tat. And give me the oxygen bottle, ma, And look at tbe thermostat. B. J.-- Yes. U. 8. Without them the nation And If the rlec trie oven la cold. Just turn it on half gnolum. would cease to have men? For I want to have tha supper ready B. J Tea, air. Aa aoon aa John comas home." U. 8. (after a pause) By the way. Jonathan, turning to noniething else, Let's are you getting Into litigations or trougats twenty-fiv- e rents a word (or hla amff and (he ble? B. J. No; why? average magaxina article contains 2.- tT. 8. I That would be nw you going up Into 000 words. Oh. whats the uar! Lawyer path cheatema office yeater-Ja- i- A . aelf-mad- a A A SMITH Mine and Realty Broke JO-- pa r. W. H. Mullock, M. A., has daltv. red the second of a aeriea of five lectures on Rnclallaiu, In Columbia ana ton Avenu AND BROTHER NATHAN. self-mad- 31 Eatata, Loans and Inaun Natary Publi S4I1 Washing- BAM Rociallam is Brother Jonathan ' simply ridiculous. It would make Inn-nl- e out of men.r are becoing interUncle fln-l- pu , esting, . , B. J. What make men strong la trials and hardships; remove trials and hardships from tha path of pies and they will become Jelly flshe Look e men. Bui at onr galaxy of for them the country would not be and .what it lu; but for the hard-hltrials which they, hod to contend with they won UJ not havo been what they are. Ixmk at roe, 1 can draw my e rherk for a million. I am a man. I know hnw good it ia to rough It in early life; to aleep on straw and loam what It ia to have temptations in your path, (striking his client.) GAL THREE SOCIALISM That's what makes tha men. I apeak from experience. Rortallsm would be no better than plague a plague upon it. and long live our glorious Institutions! U. 8. (shaking Ms head pensively and A smile peeping at the earner of hla mout- h- Hardships and temptations in early life are part of the Institutions you claim as oura? MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. A C. NYE, A L. IVEA Real Eatata. Loan Insurance, Calloctian Rant Notary Publi tadg, The temperance parly claim twenty members elpctefi to state legislatures Instead of tea ns Brat reported. As to rubbing tbe temperance party of imlf its glory discriminating burglar locateu his plunder before he goes after It. A great many political par ties would be overjoyed to pari with some of the glory" their candidates achieve. We are from Missouri and as yet can see no glory In shielding n multitude of unholy iraHlra' by veiling them with me the "liquor traffic." Eatata. Either BRATA Estat Real Lean UNCLE SPEAKING OF GLORY. Ivaab JAB. E. BALLANTYNE. Eatat Ufa Inauranea, t. H. H. GODDARD. Inauranea, Real Eatata, Loan. Cammarslal Stack SIS Saule Bldg. WM. A. HICKENLOOPER. Baal Batata, inauranoe and Invaat 201 Scales Building, aue-tmanta. e . aalum Tha Kaua City Journal concludes an editorial denunciation of tha Socialists W that city for holding a meeting of protest against the Russian massacres and the proposed Judicial n lynching of Haywood, Moyer and aa follows: U socialism were in fact what ita devotees think it is it would be a priv. liege to subscribe to ita tenets. If it were a beatific and rational plan for tha lelmination of all sorrow and suffering from tha world, no good man or woman would condemn it. li ia only when man with passion in their hearts gather ia tha land where freedom of speech aad action is the moat liberal on earth, aad denounce the Just imprisonment of anarchists and murderers and ia the name of socialism stoop to champion crime, that good citixens turn awav ia horror and disgust. Would it not ha nice of the Sociul-Istwould only confine themselves to painting pictures of what Robert Blatcbfoid sarcastically termed 4 vision of heaven filled with stained-glas- s angels that never aay dam?" If the working claaa of this country woud never say anything about the expoitation and misery and tyranny and outrages of tha present but would only poln in softly singing "In the Sweet Bye and Bye." perhaps Mr. Rockefeller and Mr. Morgan and the whole race of labor skinners might be Induced to Join in tha chorus.' Meanwhile tha work of capitalism la going oa right now. Thera ia no wrait-in- g The soldiers for a future Utopi who were wearing tha livery of the state of Colorado and drawing their pay from tha Mine Owners association did not even give the worker whom they routed from tbelr beds at dead of night time enough to any Good bye to their families before they drove them at the point of the bayonet, and in utter disregard of all law and Justice, to the borders of tha state whose industries they had created. That ia the sort of work that tha Socialist proposes to Interfere with. Ra does not believe that U will he seriously troubled by sitting down and dreaming and painting pictures of soma far off beatific day when the wicked shall cease from troubling and the weary ba at rest. 80 it Is that the workers are rising b ymlillons all over tha world and doing thlnga right now. This ia what troubles the editorial spokesman of. privilege and capitalism. It ta when men gather with a righteous Indignation in their hearts and a determination to net la their minds that tha good citizens" of the Journal begin to have the horrors. Those "good etttxena did not 'turn away In horror and dlHRuat" when Haywood and Moyer were kidnaped and stolen away to Idaho ta dellan re of rights for which the race has been fighting theae many centuries. They did not havo n chance to know what was going oa except al tbe Socialist press told them of It. These same "good citixens did not have n Chance to "turn away in horror and disgust" from tha ipertacle of a supreme court supinely prostrate before capitalism, for the Jorunal and Its Ilka took good care that the dissenting opinion of Justice McKenna was never seen by its reader. Chicago Daily Socialist. a Face on face la tbe city, and whnre shall our tortunea fall? Face on face in the city ate heart must Asaertiuns and declaration! govs oat to you all. fact Neither of the to way give bond not la we the labor See, together; iormer touches the essence of the predivine sent crisis. That crisis revolves ta built of the Lo, the airength city around tha question of commercial suof your life and mine. premacy in tha Pacific. This crisis Anna Louise Strong. was forced by the attitude of tha Cnlted States, in tha settleA SQUARE DEAL. o war. This ment of tha Japs wsa detrimental, in Its logical Those who fulled to avail themselves attitude in teres tsahrdlahrdlucmfwypabrdlucnihf of the privilege of hearing Wo. Thursto tha expansionist inton Brown afforded by the united ac- development, terests England and Japan In tion of the Tradee and Labor Assem- Chin ofItaboth one result wae to force Run-dalaat Rudallat and the bly the present alliance, mlnaed an Intellectual treat. Califorwith its attendant couillct Mr. Brown npuke for two hours on la but the opportunity to bring nia Mr Pet and wood behalf of Moyer, Hay the crista to an issue. . If war cornea, bona. Not a single word strayed from as there is every indication to believe these the purpose wblrh was to help it will, it will be. like all modern claaa men and the rest of the working war war for foregn market. The to a square dead." blame then, must fall on tha damnanThose who remembered tbe flrat This system, able system. capitalist niversary of the kidnapping of the by robbing the working claaa of the Western Federal lun of Miners by atgreater part of Ita products, makes tending this meeting were furnished foreign markets an, wars Inevitable. with such an array of economic, hi Mlth these facts clearly before them, torical and atailstical data, to y noth th American working class wilt not consideraand moral of the legal ing be enmeshed by race prejudice Their tions Involved that the meeting unani- cry will not be but mously derided that Moyer, Haywood They will exclaim, I of and Pet! bone are Innocent victims liowa with CanUalism! On with inn clumsy hut murderous plot between ternational Solidarity! mine owners and stats officially F"J Plana Tuner and ispakark rid actian regulating. DOING. Fat-tlbo- 111-- Holme They mre weary an 1 am weary; they St n alk-ge- Shall I not know my brothers? Their toil la one with mine. We offer the fruits of our labor oa the Twenty-thir- d 241 BtT Anglo-Japaacw- Fare os far la the city, aad when will the faces end! Face oa face la the cltl. but sever the face of a frlead; Till my heart gross tick with loosing and daied with the dig of the As I AODIE A PARRY Inet motor an Plana, Orgaa b"J tar, Vacal Laaacna Taugnt M. MORAN. Thi alliane tbs Americans have alws prided themAnglo-Saxoselves upon their descent To Great Britain they have turned as tha land of their fathers. Were there any truth in tha usaertiou of regarding tha irraomcilabUitjr Americana and Japanese, on racial grounds, the AngtoJapaneae alliance This would he sa impassibility. ce contains those elements of mutual interchange that show tha theory of irreconcilability to be untenable. AaJ so aiu with the theory of Mara this theory also this alliance could not endure; nor would wa behold the wonderful aauimilatkm of western culture by modem Chiu aud Japan. On tha other baud, neither would ve witness tha marvelous reaction, as witnesard in the influence of China and Japan on western art, scholarship, science, industry and statesmanship; and the intermarriages that have grown out of them; all at which have as far proven of the greatest advantage to the civilised race. It was but a few short moutha agu, that this country was ringing with the pral-e- s of Japau, and its wonderful contributions to progress, according to western ideals. Are these contribution! no longer valid? Are ra to aprun them now oa amis theory of Irrecunallabiliiy an I bat- CITY COMRADESHIP. ERNEST M. W. JONES Plan Xor avk how a a look CAABA WAGNER, A M. PANTONE. agant for calaBratad Factory Baldwin A Kurtxman and Elligtan e at plan an. 414 Twenty-Rft- A W. PUROY, Taaatar al Vlalla; alas Orchestral Warn, MS SMB St BaU 'pBsaa USB an. Studia tle tiia wares gau while so May tea ua la etfoshloe or shade; Yet true to our course, though our ehailuw grow dark We'll trim our broad sail as before, Aad stand by tbs rudder that guveraa tbe brak. MIS Timry -- NOT DREAMING Inatrustnr af Puna. Studia I5dg Uncaia A Lsaetetxzky Metea d and Twenty seventh Street. The dreamers who ISA M. CASSIN It MR 457 STOWELL Teacher af Guitar, Mandaiia and Vieli 448 S7tB St Ind phene IMA W. a chance to hecom hanged forthwith! B. J. (with a look) You are the darnedest fellow to trip one up. I'. 8. And you feel tripped? B. J. I must conteaa 1 do. Phana tSI. Social-laAny gueetiea aencaming answered.. Addrsae all f men and wunten by leaving over a ulliioa ta them, ao tha; they may not be unprotected?" Dun't you aea that you are a traitor to tbe country aad by right ought to ba triala-trie- d . a Epaelaltp. CntaH AM 1907. 11 J your children Conducted by the Socialist Party of Ogden. Kata O'Neil, Teacher af Muoiw Plana. Studia 242 ZStH St Ind. r CHh Ogfian Voice Building 21, Ye I did. 8. And all that nwwithsundtir; you go about it deliberately to deprive I'. THE SOCIALIST DEPARTMENT OP THE MORNING EXAMINER Music & Art Instructors FEIIKUAHY BVXDAV, UTAH, OGDEN, d The big touring car had Juat whirled by with a roar ilka a gigantic rocket and Pat and Mike turned to wahtch it disappear in a cloud of dust. "Hilm chug wagona must cost a hapo av rah " said Mika. "The rich la fairly hurnin1 money." An' by tbe email av It. sniffed Pat, it must ba that tainted motiey we do be hram' so much about. Success Magazine. AMERICAN SAWfi POPULAR SCOTLAND. IN According to Consul Rufus Fleming of Edinburgh. - Scottish carpenters, Joiners and cabinet-maker- s have long ahnwn a decided preference for AmerHe writes: ican handsaw An Edinburgh saw expert informs me that theae tools have now gained such n reputation that tbsy hava the e fl market practicallv to Probably over 73 per cent of the handsaws now sold to skilled mechanics In this district are American. English saw makers have closely cop. led standard American saws so far aa appearance goes but my informant assert! that they have entirely failed to Imitate the American quality. His opinion la that tbe only serious obstacle to the introduction of uv new highyrade American saw here would be the existing complete satisfaction with the Roods of certain American manufacturers already well established In this market. Ai Edinburgh saw dealer tells me that he gats 19 per rent more dlsrmmt on the hem Sheffield saws than on American saws, but that he finds it mora profitable to handle the American goods, owing to the strong preference far them. Speaking generally, I may mention that only the heat wares are good enough for the Scottish market, and :hat this rule applies whh especial forre to tools of every description. As jet. American carpentering uwa other than handsaws are Mule sold ta this distrirt. niay mention that Swedish handsaws and French circular aawa Hre sold in this market, and that German meat saw have a ceoehierahle sale here. them-selve- s.