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4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30, P
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KdUorlnl and NVw I '. : ' B70
I THE MASHER IN
Calling on the mayor, a mother of
two girls said"
Do you know the automobile mash
er has become a source of real concern
to the mothers of this community uhn
are endeavoring to give to then- sirls
the protection to which they are en
tilled until they have reached th' :igi
Then the mother went on to relate
a number of incident.
One evening, as her daughter 17
years old, was proceeding home from
the Carnegie library, an unknown man
drove up to the curb, stepped out of
an enclosed Ford and called:
' (Jirlie! Oh. girlie: '
Receiving no response, he com
manded' "Come here, girlie' I say. come
The oung girl started on a run and
entered a place of refuge half a block
from the library, the automobile In
pursuit along the street
Coming home from a moving picture
show at 9 o'clock the mother herself
was the obect of attention A man
in a car followed a block and did not
torn away until he discovered that the
woman was elderly
This mother reports that her glrl
or neighboring girls have been invited
to enter enclosed cars on at least half
a dozen occasions
That there is reason for alarm over 1
this stalking of came, as the sport of
low fellows, is proved by the follow-'
ing story of an actual occurence in ;
San Francisco only last week:
Jessie Montgomery, 21. and
Jean Stanley, 23, phone girls liv
lng uith "Mother" Tyrell of the
Salvation Army at 315 Fifth
street, had been in San Francisco
a month from Reno and Portland.
They were tired of the releni
less grind of their -work L;st
night they "stepped out."
To the Winter Garden nonce
hall the youns wom n went. There
they danced until a late hour. Out
on the street, waiting for a car. a
man whom they recognized as one
of their dancing partners drove up
In an auto
He tipped his hat and said:
"Hello gillies Hop in I'll take
Mies Stanley and Miss Mont
gomery hesitated, then decided to
accept the Invitation.
The big car whirled them away.
It stopped in front of a pool hall.
Another man got in. He was In
troduced as a friend of their escort.
"Take us home," pleaded the
girls. They were uneasy, but not
The auto dashed away. It
slopped again. This time sU men
got In. calling Jovially to the man
in the car.
The girls were alarmed. They
pleaded to be taken home
"It will do no harm to have
some ice cream with us,' snld the
And so away the young women
whirled with the men The auto
stopped at 1256 1 i Howard street.
Protesting every step of the
way, almost tearful, the phone
gjlls were led into the hou.e The
door was closed behind them.
One of the men thrust a glass of
whisky into Miss Montgomery's
hand She refused to take a
Drink that hooch, d you, or
I'll force It down your throat,"
said the man. the girl says.
The girl struck at him. Two
I men seized her and pinioned her
hands behind her back Then
I blowly, brutally the man with the
glass poured burning liquor down
Miss Montgomery struck at the
) man. He hit back, a smashing
blow to the jaw that sent her reel
ing across the floor and down into
the corner in a dead faint,
j An hour later maybe more eh
' came too. Her head ached She
I felt cold. Her body was stripped
of its clothing Her dress, waist
j lay in shreds about the room
And she, naked, lay on a mat In
the center of the floor,
j One of the men moved toward
I her and attempted an assault, the
girl says. She fought him off. He
drew a gun and thrust if in her
fare, she charges.
"I'll poke your eyes out, you ,"
he in said to have told her.
At that moment, she heard the
J scream of her friend. Miss Stan
fl ley, In an adjoining room.
The men turned as one and
rushed into the next room. Miss
I Montgomery looked around. She
saw a window The nexi minute
plunged headlong through its
Down the street she ran until
an apartment house loomed In
eight. Here she stopped and tele
phoned to the police.
In the house police found two
men: "K O. ' Kruvosky, prize
fighter, and Allen McDonnell
Kruvosky and McDonnell wen
placed under arrest. They told
i tho police they had just entered
At the police station the sob
bing, hysterical girls identified
Kruvosky and MeDonell as two
of their assailants. The men
were then charged with assault
and attempted assault.
The girls are badly beaten.
Their faces are swollen with blows
and their eyes puffed and black
ened Their condition is so se
rious that they will be confined
to a hospital.
The city authorities of Ogden are
urging girls and young women, who
are moleated b auto drivers, to take
the number of the cars and telerihotH'
fhem to the police station. And any
man who witnesses any of these irrefc
ulnar acts is invited to aid the police
in gaining clues to the mashers, be-
fore Ogden Is the scene of a horrible
outrage such as occurred in San Fran
TRYING TO SETTLE
Every day the Japanese problem
!has assumed larger proportions, until
now the federal government is re
quired to take n stand which may h
j nothing less than an exclusion act bar
j ring the Japanese In much the samp
.manner as the Chinese are excluded
Looking to this end a new treaty
now is being negotiated, the tentative
draft of which has proved objection
able to the lenders of the California
movement to restrict the Japanese.
Secretary of State Colby is carry
ing on the exchange of views with To
kio, but is leaving the final determlna
tion of policy to the time when he
shall bring in the foreign affairs and
foreign relations committee of con
gress Inasmuch as the np administration
will be entrusted with the working
out of the difficulties. Secretary Colby
should consult President-elect Hard
ing and the Republican leaders and
get their views before committing the
countiy to an agreement with Japan
Congressman Johnson ot Washing
ton objects to leaving the control of
Japanese immigration with ihe Jap
anese government and contends that
the Nipponese never ean be excluded
effectually until the United States ex
ercises its proper prerogative in this
respect If the treaty conflicts, he
contends it should be terminated, as
provided, on six months' notice. He
alco objects to any bargain with the
Japanese insolving an American guar
antee of the right of Japanese now in
this country to hold agricultural land.
Representative Kahn of California I
will present the Japanese problem to
the house next week in a speech in 1
which he will contend that the gentle
men's agreement entered into bv Theo-
dore Roosevelt has failed to prevent
the influx of a horde of Japanese Rep I
resentatives Siegel of New York and
Welty of Ohio., members of the rum
mlttee, are in Canada investigating :
the smuggling of Asiatics across the!
international boundary, to deal with (
which there is to be a pro ision in the j
The entire decision in the Japanese!
affairs should rest with the commit- j
tees of congress charged with respon
sibility in foreign relations
COMING TO AMERICA
BY THE MILLIONS
Foreigners are pouring into th"
United States at the rate of over a mil
lion a year.
When there was work for all and ef
ficiency was at low ebb, the tide of
emigration was not a source of con
cern except as it related to the con
stant b growing colonies in the larger
cities of people unable to read or i
write the English language or intelli
gently participate in the duties of citi
Senator Sterling of South Dakota,
realizing the seriousness of the situa
tion, has announced that he will Intro
duce a bill in congress, creating a
federal immigration board with power
over all questions relating to Immigra
tion and including the right to decide
the number of Immigrants to be ad
mitted to the country
This is one of tho biggest problems
before the congress of the United
States. More than one-third of all the
people in New York state are foreign j
born In New York city whole dis
tricts are occupied by foreigners who'
are as foreign to American customs
as they were the day tbey arrived at
Ten years ago Chicago had 781,000 :
toreign-borr residents To allow this
stream of foreigners to continue to
flow in upon us would be a wrong to
be atoned for later on.
' nr . .
GIFT OF MILLIONAIRE.
TOKIO, Oct. 25. (Corresponden. e ,
Lively mtorest has been created !
throughout Japan by the announce
ment that Jiro Harada, a septuagena
rian of Osaka, has given I1I9 entire
prcperty amounting to the equivalent
uf $10,000,000 for public education and
general charities1! a most unusual act
on the part of a Japanese millionaire
OUTBURSTS OF EVERET TRUE
HA, Ha, you Nc-arly lYAH ! T1E J
TH4" cJD pcrccotw luH'SN) t yzS J
Yocv 6LcM tour? HORN I i rf
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"Restless Sex" Proves Pleas
ing to Crowd at the
The combination of Robert w
Chambers, author; .Marion Davios,
star; and Joseph Urban, famous d -signer
of settings. Is successful in "The
Restless S " in producing a picture
that la notable for its lavishly on 1st e
'backgrounds and lively romance. Tho
photoplay pleased the audience last
evening at the Mhambra rtiearte wh r
it win be seen today end tomorrow.
Feminism Is the underlying note of
i "The Restless Sex," though there la
i nothing in the picture about votes for
WOmeD, It la rather the modern wo
man's craving for excitement and am
bition to became more than Just n
wife The heroine is a society girl of
thU type nnl her turbulent course to
peace and happiness forms the them"
o? the story.
Miss Davles Is Ideally suited to por
tray a Chambers heroine and her sup
porting cast, headed bj Ralph Kellard
and Carlyle Blackweil; Is an unusually
competent one. An elaborate b.ill-
rootn scene; In which over six hundred
costumed people take part, is n res
tore. The picture is i Cosmopolitan
production for Paramount releass and
wa:i directed bv Robert Z. Leonard.
"Nightie Night,' Farce at the
Orpheum Tomorrow. Based
on Actual Incident
Adelulde Matthews and Mrs. Mar
tha M Stanley, the authors of "Nil tit
le Night." produced by Adolph Kla.i-
ber, have a tale to unfold concerning
the writing of the farce, which will
be seen at the Orpheum theatre one
night, Wednesday, December 1.
"And." Hays Mrs. Stanley, "it has
the merit of being true it w the story
that actually suggested the situation
in which Trlxle, the sub-heroin, oi
' Nightie Night " finds herself nt tb.
end of the first, act, when, having
rented an apartment in good faith, she
finds it inhabited by folks who wholly
misunderstand her motive In having
become their tenant."
J Ike all origins, the original tor
isn't one bit like its finish In Nightie
Night," but what suggested Trull l
predctiment waa an experience of a
friend of ours who left the city for
several months His wife found their
apartment too lonely and so moved
to a hotel, subletting her rooms. Her
letter to lur hushand unout her change
of address failed to reach him be
fore his unexpected return to New
York He arrived late at night, reach
ed his apartment, inserted his latch-,
key and was confronted In his own
hallway by a strange man. The sub
sequent explanations made a scene
that could only be appreciated by
those who have listened to the pictur
esque reasonings of Billy and Trlxle.
In Nightie Night."
When we adopted the situation to
our farce, the characters were neces
sarily swapped about to a. considerable
extent It is a woman Instead of a
man who innocently rents the apart
ment The human Interest of the
scone In which the owner and the ten
ant discover that they are obi friends
naturally suggested Itself All we had
to do was to add a dash of antec edent
plot and a novel development to the
revised situation and there's the cotn
plete f.iree Sr. i is are point; fast, get
Champion Globe Trotter to
Show Films at Ogden
Captain Walter Wanderwell. Anzaci
veteran, globe trotter and post-trans-!
lent of transients, is In Ogden for the.'
completion of his third '"round the'
world" tour, and to start to make his
record of seven times around the
A total of 100,000 miles has been
covered by foot and machine by the
Ansae and his party. The machine
in which they are traveling Is of spec-1
lal interest being constructed from
parts of more than fifty different
makes of cars It carries one square ;
spoked wheel which was made in'
Mexico after an accident.
Some of the members of the party
have heen on continuous travel for
eight years, excepting time sent in I
the army. Another member was ad-.
I ded to the party reeentl : Mis lag-j
mar Stewns of rkeley The .n t
I now Includes Captain Wanderwell, his
j wile: Ruby Klass, Walter Koth and Al j
The party hopes to complete 173,
l 000 mlk-s of hiking and motoring by
: . 1 1 3 To date. Captain Wanderwell
j has walked cr,000 miles .s Klass
: has been going for sixteen months
'and the others vary from one to foui
! yen rs.
Captain and Mrs. Wanderwell spent
their honeymoon walking across the
l"h. party will show moving pictures
I taken on their nip at the Ogden the
Famous Slack face Stars and
Big Show Please Ogden
It had been seven ears since .lc
Intyro and Heath playd In Ogden, but
nearly cverbody In last night's aud
ience who enjoyed "The Ham Tree"
the former offering, remembered the
description of luscious food given t"
Mclnfyre by Heath, the description
Including the lovely browned roast
I beef "with the gravy oozing clear out
to the kitchen."
And now those who saw the two
famous comedians In 'Hello Alexan
der" suerly will rerrfember with
chuckles last night's yarn about th'
goofus feathers, the souseberrles and
the champagne fountain in the rock
candy cave which bubbles Into a gold
The great many theatregoers who
Were at the Orpheum theatre last
night know what goofus feathers are.
It others want to know it is worth
while attending this cenlng's produc
tion to find out.
Mclntyre and Heath's dialogue re
tains Its rich originality and smashing
comedy. Heath wears his gaudy rai
ment to the same advantage as ot vore
and Mclntyre still listens to tho "lure
of the mlii'-tiel show and hungrily re
grets It In the second act.
Rut good as are the tw0 blackface
stars, there are plenty of other good
features to "Hello Alexander ' Some
body may have wondered w here all the
hard shoe dancers have been. The an
swer is that they are In Hello Alex
ander.'! There's quite a parrel 01 I m
there and a couple of sort shoe dan
' Hello Alexander" contains a tab
loid minstrel show that Is a dandy.
Then there ure two or three vaude
ville specialties of a high order. There
are plenty of pretty girls and .-.nv
stunning costumes. ). yes jci a seat
on the lli , and a pretty gr wni pow
der your nose The girls did it to quite
B few last night and everybody en
Joyed it except the fellows who got
powder In their eyes and noses.
You'd better see Mclntyre and l
Heath tonight for it might i.- seven J
more years before they come again!
"Deep Waters' Sea Story,
Screened by Maurice
Maurice Tourneur has made his
ohief reputation with sea pictures.
When he offers a photoplay with the
ocean as its background, everybodj
knows that he will give the best pos
sible. Hl6 sea pictures arc always ad
mirably inten-stlng They forever ring
true to sea-life Such is "Deep Va;,
ters.' which opens Sunday at the Al-'
Tourneur has correctly fashioned his!
Photoplay after tho New England I
coast life, with characterizations here
and there that bring laughs, tears
and then giggles He has touched
all of life's emotions, and yet not one
is shown more than necessary. Jack
Gilbert, one of the young screen writer-actors,
has moulded a scenario from
the book that takes ouc from the rush
of every day llf0 back to the sim
ple existence of these plain people m
their small seaport town.
The picture is also spectacular for
it brings in a few thrills and some1
exciting moments, it has u biK- .nip
wreck, builder's troubles at the light
house site. on the rugged point, a
storrn aV night, and numerous other I
A hatchery with a capacity of io -000
eggs will b used bv a poultr'y
products company ln Montana.
Wanderwell World Tour in film and in person at the Ogden Theatre today and tomorrow
in addition to the greatest super-feature of the season.
"THE. PENALTY" I
DONT MISS THIS BIG DOUBLE BILL NO ADVANCE IN PRICES s
Ogden Tlieatre I
"BIG SUPER-SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS ONLY"
Recognized by Pittsburg De-1
tective as He Makes Com
plaint of Theft
PI'rTSP.rrn;, Nov. .TO. Jack Moss
of Philadelphia, was arrested Monday
and according to the police, Is being
held ln connection with the killing of I
Henry T. Pelrce, in his apartment St
Philadelphia two weeks ago. Clyde S.
Bdeburn, captain of detectives, an
nounced that Mops ha.l told him that
b waa present when Peirce was kill-,
ed but that the prisoner -.ml be had
ho actual part In the killing.
MOSfl came to Pittsburg with a man
n:;meil W illiams lay" Tuesday and reg
istered at the hotel Williams secured
a position as clerk ln the hotel and 1
w hen he ppeared torlay Moss miss
ed his overcoat and reported the case
to the authorities.
While lodging his complaint a de
t ctive Is said to have recognized him
as answering the description of one
oi the suspects ln the Pelrce case, four,
missing front teeth being the main
(ink In the Identification.
He was arrested and after a brief
interrogation, Captain Kdeburn an-1
nounced that the prisoner had ad
mitted he was In Pelrce's apariraent
when the killing took place but .ald
h had taken no part In the actual
When first questioned, Captain Ede-
burn said. Moss told him that Tread-1
iv had hit Pelrce with the but! of
a pistol as the party entered the lat-
ter's i;partment. but later, in a writ
ten statement, had changed his story)
and accused a man named "Al," of
striking the blow
! MEXICAN EXILE PARTY
RETURWS FROM SPAIN
HAVANA. Nov ."in General Pablo
Gonzales, a former leader In the Mex-'
.lean army, was a passenger on board,
the Royal Holland Lloyd liner. Zee! mi.
dla, which reached here today. On I
j board the steamer which Is en route
from Spanish ports to Gaheston. Tex.. I
were N'lceforo Zambrano, former Gov
ernor of the state of Nuevb Leon
Mexico, General Juan Barrngan. for-1
mcr chief of staff lo the late President
Carranza, and other widely known
FAIR PAY FOR MINISTERS
ASKED BY M. E. BISHOPS
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J . Nov 30 !
The house of bishops of the Method
ist Episcopal church. In final session
Monday, made a presentment that ai
wage for the minister "which will on-'
able him to live and maintain his fam
ily at least as well as If he were en
gaged In every day business " must i
bo provided b) the Methodist laity to j
meet the shortage of ministerial ma
WOOLEN MILLS RE-OPEN
UNDER REDUCED WAGES
HOLDEX, Mass . Nov 30. The
Jefferson and Eagle Lake woolen
mills, which have been closed five
days, reopened Monday under an av
srage 1" P"?r cent reduction in their
wage scales It was announced that
all the employes reported for work.
M.W GERMAN Cot I
BERLIN. Nov. 9. (Correspond
ence of the Associated Press The'
Relchsrat which Is the body repre-
pontine the German federal states, has
passed a bill for the croatlon of al
court which will bo supreme In con
stitutional disputes and accusations!
against ministers, the president of the
republlo and the chancellor. It will,
B8 i rule, be presided over by the i
president of tho supreme court, which I
sits at Leipzig The bill has still to
go before the reichstag,
How To I
: Exhausted Nerves
Your nerve power depends on plenty of
food, rich, rrd blood of the kind that or-.
t,-anlo Iron Nuxated Iron helps make ;
Nuxated Iron 1k like, the Iron ln your'
blood and like the iron In spinach, lentil
and upples while metallic Iron Is Iron;
Just as it comes from tho action of strong!
acids on iron filings. Nuxrtted Iron does!
not injure tho teeth nor upsat tho atom
ach; it Is an entirely different thing from,
ordlnai-y metaJllc Iron. It quickly helps
maJcc rich, red blood, revitalize Vornout. i
exhausted nerves and (rives you new
strength and SnorST- Over 4.000.000 peo
ple Hiinuull nre using It. Beware of nub
tltUtea .Xhvaya insist upon having gn
Ulne t.rifanlc Iron Nuxatod lion Look fori
the letters X I. on every tahlct. Soldi
hy nil druggists.
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HUNGARY MAY ENFORCE
RIGID CENSORSHIP LAW
VIENNA, Nov 30. (By the Asso-
elated Press.) Information reaching
foreign diplomatic officials here a to;
the effect that Hungary is attempting
the enactment of a rigorous law forj
the suppression of the dissemination
outside of that country of all news!
considered derogatory to the interests,
of die government
Foreign correspondents violating
I his law, it is added will Xf subject
to expulsion It Is understood thati
the. foreign correspondents at Buda
pest have notified the government:
that if such a law Is enacted they will '
leave in a body and make a world wide
SCIENTIFIC MAKING OF
DIAMONDS HELD FAILURE
NEW YORK. Nov. 30 The latest
effort of scientists to manufacture i M
genuine diamonds has resulted ln fall- IflK
ire. according to an announcement
William I. Rosenfeld vlci
Presldenl ol the American Jewels
Protective - ommittce and director ot
th, Jewelers' Vigilant committee
The committee. h0 said, after aa LW
exhaustive Investigation of the report- E-T&
d discovery of a diamond-malcin M
rormuie by German scientist, is ron- KH
Vlnced that the formula will not pro- U
luce genuine gems. H
For renewing the depleted dairy ol iH
'..reap., 85.000 head of Texas cow
arc to be sent there.
J. H. Tillotson "I
2281 Washington Avenue
Free demonstration of Blu iy) '?LtY
Pine Coffee and Tea will b. 1 0Rff J3B5 IbMI