THE 14 EXAMINER: MORNING TEMPERANCE ENT D E P ARTM CONDUCTED BY W. C. T. U. j editorial committee MRS. CLAYTON COOUDGB MISS MABEL M. CHAR PIE MISS LEOTA S. KENNEDY WMilWIUlTIfTTn oonditiona the flnancial Interests I p dissipation have more direct repwsen-tktloin the aiimiulsi ration of the city government than the will of the people." Reverting to local conditions, bow many remember the vacating of the nibs on a certain disreputable alley? It was evidently only a abort time before the former Inhabitants of these cribs were nnilfled that it was again safe to move back to their UUrepui-abl- e tt CIGARETS AND COCKTAILS. T sen tickle yew palate eoupfate line of chotaa a petal H1 By Bm tries Fairfax. tables. fresh at oir foentale every 8ha cams late the retaurant, a slim, Burning. Alas aa assortment of Wts A fine lies of Imported aad domestic entcefal, Utile figure, gowned la pink picture hat atapla aad fancy grocerl. These and while, with a Me black head. 1 sal topping her eery pretty Coeds will prolonc Fur Mk and fir at a table aear aad could not avoid elm aad rigor to your system. aealng and hearing all that went on. I of partr of foor, and ,h at the other three fnr a minute, than picked up a glaaa and liDtV2flSftlO,k,,0lttol, GROCER!. Both Phones ESA S3M Wash. Ave. uah A Oort's Flaasa. Brae. Organa, Nawmaa n. WARDLEIGH C. abodes. And now S5 inmates awallowad ita oontaata. The other woman and the twa mea earned to. take her action quite far granted. She did not seem to like the cocktail vary much. Judging from her grimace, but she drank it all. In a few minutes her votae grew louder nnd her choska flushed n deep rad. She lolled in her chair and leaned half across the table. People nil around mured at hap some looked hocked, boom disgusted, soaw amus- - Har notions waea rough aad bold, aad ft vu hard to believe that she was the girt who had looked ao dainty aad pretty aa hour before. PIANOS The girl was ao more to blame not as much, perhaps than the two inea aad the ether glri who had enORGANS AND IDSICil couraged her to drink tke oooktsll. Any man who will order a young girl aa iatoxlratlng drink la beneath conHERCflANDISE tempt, He kuows perfectly well how it will affect har, aad ha would probably knock a man down who offered hla slater the same kind of a drink. Vkdlaa, (fleltars, Aeoordeoai, Baa-JoSometimes a glri will take a drink String. because aha does not like to refuse. She thinks It smart and worldly, and Uttat PaMieatlons of Sheet Mario, la quite preud If It dues not go to her gee the Wonderful Pipe Organ. heed. t She ako tMnke that clgarrt amok-lu- g adds to bar charm. Perhopo If aho heard tke opialons ef me aoa the ES7I Waablngtaa Avenue, object ah weald mot be quite so OGDEN, UATH. keen on oooktella and elgarets. "Thera la nothing ao dl see eh anting, said a man to me, ae the odor of whiskey and tobaooo about a pretty, awoet girt." dgarst mnoMag is unhealthy as well as unwomanly. Do you thluk. dour girls, that a man who to worth marrying would choose a wits who aaiekes aad drinks? 1 nra quite aura ho would not. If you have grown Into the habit of taking things to drink or of omoklng break tke haMt right bow. Dost any, k 1 will asly take a drink on aa ocwaloa." A habit of that kind has to bo broken absolutely or you will never gat oootnoi of It Tou can't afford to suerifle your look aad your health Just for tbs sake of a Utils falsa stlnwlsat ' If a man takas yoa out for dinner gad urges you to drink with him you eaa make up your mind that ho to the Mad of man who will do you no good. yen need? Baal Accept ao mors Invitations from him. fak pan aa1 aGord ft GE ywetae Neither oaa you afford to be seen glvsa aa a obsnra. Wo sell aa infer with girls who Indulge la Intoxicants. ter geads, aa aid flssMaaad appOeacoe. Keiusniher that the most lovgbls things about you art your swsetnesg, Innocence aad. purity. Aram tbs hast sf Isatbar la THE MOTHERS MEETINGS. worlunaalika maanr. Bias-hatHsMsra, Whips aad ovarythlag The Mot bars' Club which has bean g hopN owaor Beads. holding meetings in the city held sar-ra- .l tntrrastlng aaaatoas teat Wsdnse-dayC. Co. Those who attended report that ths meetings while small ware enthusiast to and helpful. It la understood that the object is holding several at oaoa In different parts of the city is o that the attend& COMPANY ance may not seriously tax the resources of the hoetesa and also so that the meeting may be sufficiently infor155 25th Street mal to Invite a frre Interchange of thought. This has baea the ease la every Instance and the general superintendent of these meeting, Mrs. R. T. Miller, Is muel encouraged over the results. The possibility of these meetings for good, especially to the mothers of younger children, who are often at and Nolions of all kinds s their wit's sod to know what wisest eourae to pursue in matters of discipline and training, era eliminated. Reports from the different meetings showed that the geaeqpl discussions were entered into with great lest and Wines and liquors guesitons were asked and experiences exchanged with the greatest of free- at IS etch era for the city the sum of 13,300 year. It may seem a bribe worth while to the unthinking hut some of the fethers and mothers of this town may wake up to the fact some day that b is a vary paltry sum for the price of erru one soul, If that soul happens 'to be one id whose future they arc deeply Interested. And is the-any im of our trying to deceive ourselves Into the beliet that $8 covers the entire cost of protection for this dUrepeUble I raffle T Could this nameless horror exist or stun tbs tide of popular disapproval if there was not a loyal private bought sud paid for somewhere? Tbs dsoeut ,nen and women of Ogdon should rite up as oue person and demand that the city quit receiving this money, and that an honest effort be made to rid ths city of this debasing traffic an effort as honest as has been mud against thieves sud foot pads. If this were done it would soon become unsafe to receive private protection mousy also. w a . PERSONAL LIBERTY INVADED AGAIN. Personal liberty has been stabbed la rite house of Its friends. The Tatted Railways company of St. Louis has notifled its four thousand employes that they must keep out of the "poor a men's dubs" or got other Jobs. graduates who do not like this ana gat a position scraping warts off of pickles at some cheap grocery. The new conception of "pereooal liberty" permits a railway corporation to house Its employes from that class whoso habits do ant rseult in smashing up cars and destroying the lives of passengers. The Now Voice. 8a-loo- anoh-aad-yse- HOW ABOUT All Our Harness s, J. Platt Saddlery D0I0I0 Men's Furnishing Goods Fancy Cash Groceries dom. Now Is the time to order your SPRING AND SUMMER There are very few mothers who have not made valuable discoveries aa well aa realised mistakes In training which they ean with profit pass on to others. THE PRICE OF PROTECTION. Much newspaper comment Klbbe George given to is being Turner's "Study of the Great Immoralities." la Msgastne for ApriL We get plenty of the glimpses of the great underworld every day through the medium of tho press but Mr. Turner Invitee us to gssa upon it in all Its hideousness. He takes Chicago for his study "not because It Is worse than, or different from, olher cities of America, but, cm the contrary, because It is so typical, sad because it Is eo well known." The entire article ought to be road by all thoughtful persona and dnrlng the perusal the reader should Tratem-bthat what Chicago la. his own city Is only on a smaller scale, if It Is the home of the saloon.. The following is what the author ays about "Protection of Crime": "Jl would bo difficult to estimate the paymsot which must ha made by ths Interests of dissiTry year tha privilege ef breaking pation. for the Inw. So many people remove the moony, so many glee It oat. There la aeh a varhMion from flaw Jo tin. However, there cannot bo less thus five hundred thousand dollars a year paid out now. There Is probably much more. Prostitution pays at least two hundred aad fifty thousand; the remainder Is largely paid by gambling. "The business of dissipation, working through ward politics has bought the protection of the Chicago police force. "It Is true that criminal saloons have an understanding with the p lice that they may violate the law until some one protests, and that thrn they will be notifled by the police nnd kept in touch with the mtHstiira until It Is advisable for them to practices which arc objected McClure's are bow In and would to have you call In to Our goods bo btensed see them. Wo also do repairing, ctesolag and pressing. J. E. BOLSTAD SIS 84th sL Phene 308-K- . Second Hand Stores Work, not Blow; Goods, not Show. I. T. ALVORD A SONS, Second-HanGoods, Upholstering, Real Bit ate, sic, tc. North of P. O. Phones aad ill. d it NEVADA STORE. Wo buy and sail all Unde of now second-hanand geode, Call or phone W ocher A Haynes Preps. 111 MID St Phonsb lad. 822. SECOND-HAN- d PAUL ZIEQENHIRT, tssand-Han- d fltera, If you have anything to soli or bug all or phene 1174 to Wl Wash. Avs Bail IBfl-Ind. I7A ft, A. DENKERE Highest pries fsr socsnO-hanfumilurs and sell to the public ths cheapest. 2411 Grant Ave, Rail PIMM U7-k- . Ind. 120. Will pay ths & J. HERRICK A CO ucesaaara to M. L. Whiter ring your goods hers if you want ts aril than. i Call bora If you want Phans buy. 2M2 Wsafi Avs toy. lad. 47. M WANT ADE YIELD SIG RESULTS te. "The fact is. tkai under present CAUSES OF CRIME., fhere ars two main causes for ths excessive crime la Chicago. Ths first Is the maturation of the poorer clausa with alcoholic liquor by the agents of a badness under a terrible economic pressure to produce revenue. A second great cause of crimq la the purchase of ths right to break the law by the dealers la Illegal dissipation. A grant part of ths crime la Chicago is committed by men under ths Influence of drink. This Is true la every city. George Klbbs Turner, - ASK YOURSELF. If you feel hurt by tha barrooms la your town. It Is proof that yon yet have some moral sense. If you are d with them. It la a sure sign that you ought to be measured for yoar moral cofflg. American Issue. sat-isfla- THE HEALTHFULNESS OF BEER. Rev. Dr. Palmer, pastor of a church in Auburn. New York, recently neat out the following note to several local , physicians: , Dear Doctor: I enclose advertisement of a local brewer. May I ask your opinion as to whether the use of hear aa a fasveraga la desirable from tha standpoint of health. I will esteem a word of reply from you sa a groat favor. FREDERICK W. PALMER. Following la one answer: Your note requesting my views on "the healthfulni-s- of bear aa a beverage" received this afternoon and it la a pleasure to respond. Baer is composed of thraa to tan per cent alcohol, water, sugar, albuminates, dextrin, hitter and rauiotrae extractives from the hups used in manufacture, glycerine and free acids. It la sometimes styled liquid bread," but this grossly exaggerates the food value which it possesses In a mild degree. Tha percentage of alcohol is much smaller than that of whisky, brandy, etc., but large enough to cause Inestimable damage If taken in sufficient amount or over a long period of time. Therefore, except under prescription, I vigorously condemn Its use as being deleterious to system and a hindrance to the proper performance of the functione of the body in the majority of cases Here is a second reply: In reply to your question. Is the use of beer as a beverage desirable from the standpoint of health? .Now as physicians we think ( some say know) that nil forms of ale nr beer are Injurious when taken In any considerable quantities, in moderation (and here comes the trouble; who shall determine what constitutes moderation! we can only say there Is no appreciable result, pathologically speaklgn. However, the whole thing in a nutshell is this: Sinsll drinks nearly always lead to larger ones. Man is never satisfied with the present condition; the appetite once created for aloohol land It la alcohol they are after) Is tike the barn leech. Sn from any standpoint you ran see ;he danger signal. There Is no need for a stimulant in health and In sickness only as directed by one skilled to advise. A third physician sa s: Ber (especially most of that In use In this country) ns a beverage, according to niv opinion L not conducive to good health, as a rule; sud It certainly la not necessary under any conditions, as there are many more efficient substitutes. Record: As a daily habit It Is dangerous and In a Urge percentage of In stance very injurious to the health of the consumer. Some can use beer In decent moderation without apparent harm, but. I do not believe they ever obtain any genuine Itenefl'. Others rsnnot use beer even In what mlgli! be termed strict moderation, without to Their suffering some detriment health or feelings. Therefore, 1 say. OGDEN, UTAH, brer as a beverage i a menace to good and should not b used except on the advice of n physician, nnd the should thick carefully and hesitate before he assumes the re,P dally sibUity of ordering ber beverage." A fourth physician replies: "Alcoholic stimulants nra only vnln-aU- e In medicine to carry one past a crisis, that ia temporary weakness, and even in those cases there are other stimulants far preferable. Bear is only used aa a beterago or for continuous stimulation. It haa no other value in medicine. Continuous stimulation always results in au aiouie condition of all the organs and consequent loss of fuig'tlon. There Is nothing that more surely destroys ths natural resistance of the body to disease, nor that more seriously handicaps the physician in ita treatment, than the history of a continuous use of alcoholic beverstimulants, whether used aa age In health or unwisely as n tonic In weakness." While a fifth physician writes: 1 do not adrise anybody habitually to drink beer, or other alcoholic stimulants. The general teaching of tbe even in profession is that alcohol, small amount taken steadily. Is detrimental to health. The great insurance companies tell their examiners that they don't want such people as policy holders which makes the bettor temperance argument as with them It is purely u business proposition w ithout moral or sentiment. SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1907. Some of the Manufacturers of Our County and State PATRONIZE THEM AND HELP TO ENRICH THE COUNTY AND STATE UTAH VINtGARAvT PICKLE WORKS Manufacturers sf VINEGAR and PICKLfS STRICTLY A HOME PRODUCT. Edward Biehael, Proprietor Factory 2454 Walt Avam, OGDEN, UTAH. Phene 107F. CachVallti' Condensed Muk Company 1 Manufacturers Honeysuckle Evaporated Milk Wen the gold medal at ths StM Fair, 1905. A trial can will . vinca jrou there is eons JUST At GOOD BEER AND LABOR. "The Tear Book says; 'If a man buys $lth worth of boots and shoes he pays $20.71 of that amount for labor; if he buys flUO worth of furinturo he pays 122.77 for labor: if he buya $100 worth of woolen goods he pays $12.8$ for labor; if be 100 worth of liquor he pays buys ouiy 1 1.23 for labor. Therefore liquor is labor's worst euemy. " in n saloon brawl one day lost week, with the editor of e paper who had WHAT HAVE WE DONE TODAY? criticised some hla official acta Some may be surprised at a state exAVe shall do much in the years to ecutive being found in the "poor man's come. club," but we are not surprised at eithBut what have we done today? er that or the fight In connection with We shall give our gold in n princely this particular governor. i sum. He Is the same man who with some But what did we give today? women companions entered the room We shall lift the heart and dry the one afternoon where the Methodist latear. dles were serving meals at the Weber We shall plant n hope In the place of county fair grounds and, producing a fear. bottle of beer, helped himself to some We ahall apeak the words of love and glased on the oonnter end proceeded cheer. to serve himself and companions. But what did we apeak today? Tbs ladies were o astonished at hie audacity that the dutch treat was over We ahall be eo kind In the afterwhile, before they had recovered sufficiently But what have we been today? to inform him that they were not run- We shall bring to each lonely life ning e "Joint." Then he added lnau)t mile. lata to injury by putting down two But what have we brought today? on the table in a lordly way and reWo ehall give to truth a grander Mrth marking that he could on he bad givAad to steadfast faith a deeper worth. en offense and hoped this would We shall feed the hungering souls of make it all right." A man whose Innate vulgarity will earth, . But whom have wo fed today? lead to such au insult to good women ran never gain dignity end refinement We shell reap such Jon la tbe by end from any office that may he conferred by. upon him, however exalted." But what here we sown today? We shall build us mansions In the sky. TAFT IN CINCINNATI. But what have we built today? Tls sweat ia the idle dreams to beak. eerstary ef War Says He Will Not But hero aad now do we do our task? Talk Polities. our must this soul ia the thing Yes, ask. Cincinnati, April 27. Secretary of What have we done today? War Taft, who fa to make several pubSelected. lic addrsaaes ia thia city and one in Dayton, arrived here today. He deCOLORADO VICTORIES, clined to discus political questions In Boulder, tbe arat of the state uni- any way and declared that he wlU have western trip nothing whatversity and a town of 12,000, which during his had been cursed with ten saloons each ever to any hearing upon the presidenquestion. paying $1,250 year license, has gona tial"The engagements which I have dry." A petition signed by 1,000 men sad come to fill were made long ago, and women which was presented to tha politics hie ever entered into them. I hall have nothing whatever to say council asking them to wait until after the election before granting the of a political oharse ter, said Mr. usual March saloon lieanesn . for six Taft. Thai was ao committee to meet tha months, wee thrown under the table secretary at the station ead no demsad then spit upon. , This wee too much for Otto Wang-ell- onstration of nay kind. Hla brother, the splendid nnd brainy German Charles P. Taft, wee there alone to who rune the Boulder Herald and he meet him aad they were driven directhome of Mr. Taft. simply rolled up hla sleeves end dedi- ly to the wee Thera a decided deitaonatrntlon, cated bis "big stick, hie paper, nnd Us gray matter to the work of whip- however, when the secretary entered the Binton Hotel three houn later to ping the whiskey crowd that haa al- attend the convention of the Associatways ruled the city. One hundrded aew women Joined ed Western Yale clubs, of which he fa the W. C. T. U. with the single elm president. It had been with great difficulty that to wipe out tho liquor traffic, and after districting the city, they oenvaasod the Yale men were prevented from goIt, two by two, aad wherever they ing to the station en maaac to greet went they made prohibition votes, the aeoretary. It being fonred that they with the above result. Delta, Rocky would by their demonstration give hla Ford. Canon City, Bortboud, Loveland arrival a political asp set. At J o'clock. In company with the and other towns all tell the same story of victory woa by the prayerful, faith- ether Yale men, Becretsiy Taft will he a guest at the buffet luncheon at ful persistent work of tn women. of those towns the University club. Yes, tho ealoon-mowill have to oomo to Utah where tho Tonight he will speak at the banquet of the Yale Association. Hla address people are easy. will be confined to matters connected with tbe university and the work and MONTANA ENACTS GOOD LAWS. influence of Ita alumni. The great moral Mil of the Montana Assembly was the Griffin A BRAVE CONDUCTOR. MU which Is sending the gamblers out of the state on every train. O' 27. The boiler This hill prohibits the usual gambl- of a Fallon, Mo., April a caboose freight engine drawing ing business. Including slot machines and running at a high rate of speed and officers are required to do their exploded here today wrecking the enduty In executing the law, or he liable gine and caboose aad killing Engineer to a fine and removal from office or Paul Fireman Frank Appleby Imprisonment. and Brakeman George Brown, all of Officers must rapture ell gambling Moberly, Xa, and Injuring Conductor Implements, machines, wheels, chips, Dessert and an unknown brakeman. etc, use them In evidence, aad then Yotbwhh standing his injuries. Conpublicly destroy them. The man who ductor Dessert ran a quarter of a mils leasee, or owns the building is held west of the scone end flagged a swiftresponsible end is to be treated se e ly approaching passenger train from gambler. City, then fell unconscious. This law makes it illegal end finable Kansas Hla the passenger train even to invite anyone into a gambling fromwarning savedInto the plunging place. Wltncsm are exempt from ahead. It is believed he willwreckage die. inpunishment, even If their evidence criminates them. Another lew prohibits the use of screens in bars or saloons during such time as saloons are required to be n' of Ask your Grocer for FACTORY AT LOGAN, tt UTAH. Putnam Has Them And Has Them Good Mens Suits Boys Suits Childrens . Mens iShoes Suits . Boys 5hoes Childrens iShoes i The Price and Quality Are Always Right PUTNAM CLOTHING HOUSE 2345 Washington Avenue The Springfield Fire & Marine Ins. Co. of Springfield, .Mass. . . . . ASSETTS, $6,936,261.05. CAPITAL, 92,000,000.00. SURPLUS, 93,171,124.59. Losses paid since 1849 939,478,834.66 axe included: Among-which i Tf 1862 eweeeeeeep'eeeeeeeeee POltlftfldi Me., 1866 eeeeeeeeeeeeeee ease see Chicago, 18T1 eieeieeetieeeereeleaipiieeeea Boaton. 1872 HAWAII. 3(lU. 1882aeeaeeep I Lynn, Mass., 1889 . tiits.ittilM meiiirM m Jacksonville. Fla.. 1801 Fetoroon. N. J.. 3 802 ns s6 Troy, N, im . sene rte i hi ! ! nmmimiMiitut p. Baltimore. 1804 Rochester, N. T., 1804 eweeaevefae peeageee. . Toronto. Can.. 1804 Ban Franciico. 1806 MiMM88a t8llaiila8 84,487.08 85.869.90 627,120.00 268J94.O0 , Pf ,,,. 24AOOJB $8,48flfi$ olJlIJttJI g closed. All women and girls are prohibited from wine rooms and saloons and such signs as "ladles' Entrance" or "Private Entrance" a: alee prohibited. This is another lew passed: "Every person who sells, furnishes r gives sway any spirituous or malt liquor, wine r eider or any beverage containing any Intoxicating Hqnora within fire miles of the line of any railroad grads, togging osmp. sawmill. mine, siieepehsaring camp, Irrigation ditch or c.mal in coarse of construction or in suv railroad grade In which track Is being laid. Is punishable by Imprisonment In the county jail or by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars or by both such fine and Imprlsonmem." It looks aa If the Gamblers and n-keeper of Montana aa well a hose of (Ylura o. iiaho, Arixons snl New Mexico, will have to come to Utah where the citlsena are easy msrka. Ye. Utah is tho place for them. They ran find a permanent home where the citisons are not yet quite bp to the guiles of those who prey on weakness end Iguuranoe. in Nevada. Governor Sparks of Nevada engaged saloo- J. M. Forristali, AgL Phones Befl Ind. 809 80 Robt G. Agee, Mgr. Off ce 55 FIRST wj. 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