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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY. JULY 26, 1913. 5 T ;
' I Don't Miss This teal e
Irrigated Land Opportunity
1000 Acres Only
i OF THE VERY FINEST SOIL IN THE WEST
' NOW READY FOR QUICK SALE
; IN THE BEAUTIFUL
Rait River Valley, Southern Idaho
1$ JT.OO i acre d(Wn
&M,rl and $5 per acre per
TJ Acre ...
. vear with 6 per
THINK WHAT 20 ACRES OF THIS WILL MEAN TO YOU !
The water that belongs to this land ia the oldest decreed right on
the RAFT RIVER and is the highest assessed water right In Cassia
Courrty. The land Is exactly the same as the property adjoining
It, which Is owned by a Salt Lake broker, who estimates Its value
at $150.00 per acre. Just north of this property Is Lieut -Governor
Sweetrer's famous farm, wtiich Is considered the best farm in the
northwest. Mr Sweetzer took three world's prizes for grain last
year. He harvested 133 bushe Is of oats per acre on 80 acres. These
oats were the very best seed oat, known as Garton 552, and sold
for $3,00 per hundred.
WE EXPECT TO SELL THIS OUT IN LESS THAN A WEEK
I See me at once
E. A. CHARLTON,
I PACIFIC LAND & WATER COMPANY,
! Office: 380 25th Street, Ogden, Utah.
SHOTJN A DUEL
Attempts to Arrest a Drunken Southern Pacific Shopman When
Blows Are Exchanged and Guns Drawn Officer Wounded in
) the Thigh and His Assailant Receives a Bullet in His Right Arm
Battle Fought Near Carnival Grounds
In hi6 attempt to stop a drunken
orawl, at Twenty-seventh street and
Washington avenue, at 9:30 o'clock
last evening, Deputy Sheriff Louts
i J Hobson received a bullet wound In
the right thigh from one of the brawl-
ers. who in turn was shot by Hobson
in the rtght forearm. Neither are
. seriously hurt.
t August Bodh. a Southern Pacific
shopman, was the man who shot the
deputy He is 25 years of age ami
resides at 1737 Van Buren avenue .
At the time of the shooting ther
was a large crowd m the vicinitv go-
4 ing to and from the carnival grounds.
and all concerned are wondering how
it was no onlookers were Injured by
the stray bullets Among those near
the scene was County Clerk Samuel
G I've, a brother in-law of Hobson.
w ith his v. ite and three-year-old daugh
ter During the melee he rushed in
and aided In subduing the drunken
man Dye secured the revolver from
the fellow and probablv prevented still
Hobson was walking toward town to
keep an appointment when he r-ame m
on three drunken young men quarrel
ing over two flasks of whisk) which
were broken upon t'ne sidewalk One
man was down on the ground and a
general rough and tumble fight ;is
is : Going and returning via Salt Lake Route $40.00
nil- Going via Salt Lake Route, returning via South
ern Pacific $40.00
x'-' Los Angeles
ucf Going via Portland 'rail or steamer to San Fran
0? cisco), or vice versa $68.50
Going via Portland, thence rail or steamer,
returning via Southern Pacific $58.50
Portland, Ore. $40.00
Seattle, Wash $47.50
Spokane, Wash $40.00
On Sale Daily up to Sept 30.
1 ?inal Return Limit October 31, 1913.
J.e Stopovers allowed at all points en route
EXCURSION TO CANADA
MAKE EARLY RESERVATIONS.
155,1 To points in Idaho and northern Utah,
y- Rates upon application.
JJ, August 2, 16, ::: Sept. 13, 27.
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS to SALT LAKE
$1.10 Round Trip
Jli F0r further particulars, illustrated literature, tickets at j reserva.
tions, :all at or phone
City Ticket Office, 2514 Washington Ave.
PAUL L. BEEMER
r City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
about to begin Hobson took Bodh by
the shoulder and ordered blm to stand
up and stop rowing Rodh was InflO
lent and demanded to know what
right Hobson had to Interfere After
Hobson explained that be was an offi
cer, the man Btrurk at him
Hobson evaded tbe blow and then
gave the man a punch that staggered
him, sending him reollng backward
Bodh roached for his gun In his hip
pocket and Hobson did likewise Two
shots ner- exchanged at about the
same time One struck Hobson ami
the other caught Bodh on his right
Samuel Dye. the counts clerk, was
near at hand with his wife, also his
little girl who was In a push rart He
had seen the threatening altitude and
the man had no sooner struck at Hob
son and drawn the gun than Dye made
toward Bodh The handle of the push
cart caught In his coat sleeve and tbe
little girl was dragged Into the fray
Even with this handicap. Dye reached
around the man's neck, caught the
gun and held the belligerent until the
deputy further subdued him by blows
from bis flat. Dye wrenched the gun
from the shopman's wounded arm and
Hobson handcuffed his prisoner
Even aftor the man was manacled It
took a few more blows to subdue
Hobson began the walk to the coun
ts Jail with his bleeding prisoner, fol
lowed by a crowd Although he did
not know how 9crious was the wound
in his leg, he did not wait for assist
ance, but grabbed the prisoner by the
arm and marched him off. Patrol
man Marlin Joined Hobson at 25tb
street and the two bandied the pris
oner the remaining distance to the
county jail, with a crowd of about 100
Hobson searched the prisoner at
the jail and found In his pockets some j
38 calibre bullets about a dollar In
slher and a letter When these
things had been taken and the pris
oner, still handcuffed, was waiting
for further developments Hobson
struck Bodh a sickening blow n the
face, which caused the blood to flow
freely. After that the prisoner was
taken to a cell.
County Phsician A A. Robinson
was called and he dressed the wounds
of both Hobson and Bodh
i iiv uuiiri uuri p;iHH(j inroilgn i oe
fleshv part of the deputy s thigh 'and
the wound will not prove serious The
bullet from Hobson s gun struck Bodh
in the forearm and took an upward
course, lodging In the bicep
Bodh refused to say much concern
ing himself The letter In his pock
et was from a sister In Sweden in
which she thanked him for money
sent to the old country It was learn
ed that since the strike he has been
working in the Southern Pacific
Thh morning Dr Robinson dress
ed the leg of Officer Hobson and
found the gunshot wo nd in good
condition The doctor stated, that
had the wound been slightly deeper.
I one of toe large arteries of the leg
I would have been severed and the of
tuc : would have bled to death before
j medkal aid could have reached him
The officer suffers a little soreness
but he is on shift today doing his reg
Bodh was brought into the office
' for an examination by the doctor
His eye was greatly discolored and
bruised, the result of a blow from
Deputy Sheriff Hobson. and his face
was pale. He said he did not remem
ber what had happened, as he was
greatlv under the influence of whisky
j He thought he could remember the i
faces: ot one or two of the young men
j with whom he was fishtlug. but t h-ir j
names were not familiar to him. The
doctor told him that the wound In
his arm was of little consequence but i
that he might be thankful that he1
, was not occupying a place Id a
! Bodh says he is not yet 21 years
' old and that he has not been In
I trouble before He stated that he
purchased the revolver yesterdav
: svlth which he shot the officer but
could give no particular reason lor
i The young fellow does not care to
I discuss the subject of the shooting
I and he does not seem to fully under
i stand the predicament he Is In
When told that be might have to
1 spend many years of his life in the
penitentiary, he made do response
A number of young ladies 'tagging
j for the ball dav game Tuesday ap
I peaxed at the Sheriff's ofJb-e while
ounc Bodh was there mid be advi'd
them that he did not care to be
"tagged" for the occasion as it may
I be that he eannot attend the game
The young ladies did not tag him
The bullet struck his arm just be
i ten Inches and coming out In the
tenlncbefl and corning out in the
fleshy part of thr- arm below tJie
j shoulder. The arm was not swollen
j and he said that it did not pain him.
MARION MINING CO.
IS GETTING RETURNS
At Charleston. Nevada, the Marion
I Mining company has operated its
mill with good success for about sixty
das past The first thirty days were
mostly devoted to testing out ,md ad
justing the machinery In the mill,
but for the last thirty days the com
pany realized $1150 and in a short
' time the company believes the opera
jtious will make It self-supiortlng
The mill and mine operations are
in charge of J- H English, formerly
I of McGiU, and a man of much experi
ence in California Nine men are em
ployed In the mine and mill. All the
i tailings and slimes from the flre
1 stamp mill are being saved and im
pounded as the company expects it
will pome day add a cyanide depart -l
ment to the mill, as not all the values
jean be saved by amalgamation alone,
but by the use of cyanide a much
! greater percentage can bo saved.
Tbe Marion company I? controlled
1 b McGill and Ogden people and is
consolidation of the Marlon and Jar
1 bidge companies. George F W add ell,
Butperointendent of the concentrator
at McGill, is now at the property to
I make a thorough Inspection of It.
! Ely Expositor,
FAVOR "BIRTH STRIKE "
l.ondon. July 26. A "birth strike"
I as a means of bringing about elector
al return) in Prussia is reported to be
under discussion by a Socialist gath
i erlng which heard the. idea recently
advanced by a speaker.
The father of the Idea was Dr. Al
I fred Bernstein, who declared that
most successful pressure would bo
exerted on the government if mothers
would mak some such announcement
We will bring no children into the
world to become citizens of this state
unless belter rights of citizenship are
JAIL BREAK IS
This morning Ibe county jailer
counted 23 noses in the bastile, some
I of whom are desperate men. among
them being Maxwell, McSwiggins and
Martin the highway robbers, two ne
gro vacs and August Bodh 'he Swed
ish lad who shot Deputy Sheriff I L
Hobson last evening
Extra precaution is being taken by
8heriff DeVlne to avoid a jail break
and the Jail locks are all being ex
amined carefully and larger fasten
ings provided for the outer door
There are a number of men in 'be
Jnil, the sheriff states, who would
take desperate chances to gain Ihelr
liberty The bad fellows will be lock
ed In separate cells and the corridors
will not be opened to them at any
time No quarter will be shown them
In an respect, and they will be as
carefully watched and guarded a;- it
they were murderers.
Mr Carl, the civil service m.m will
be at Reed Hotel in Ogden Tuesday,
July 29. Young men and women
should not fall to call and see him -(Advertisement,
Washington. Inly 26. Reorganiza
tion of the weather bureau is soon to
be made as a result of a report ma le
yesterday to Secretary Houston h a
special committee which ha investi
gated the workings of the bureau.
The committee consisted of E. H
vVowie, C & Marvin and E. H Calvert
U S Department of Agriculture,
Office of the Secretary. Washington.
D C. July lfi 1913 Notice No '4
Notice is hereby given that the Sec
retar of Agriculture has under an -i
thonty conferred by law. Issin-d
Amendment 1 to Rule 3. Revision 2
(Amendment 1 to B A. I Order 19$),
dated July 14. 1913, and effective on
and after ucust I, 1913 to prevenl
the spread of scabies In sheep The
aforementioned order amends Pule .:.
j Revision 2 IB A. I Order 196) where
in It relates to the states of Nevada
and Utah, and reads In effect as fol
lows That part of said rule which
specifies the quarantined portion of
the state of Nevada is hereby revoke.;
and the quarantine is removed from
that state That part of said rule
I which specifies the quarantined por-
tlon of tbe state of Utah is amended
to read as follows In Utah the
counties of Carbon, Emery and Grand
are quarantined The effect of this
order Is to release from quarantine on
account of scabies In sheep the coun
ties of Elko. Humboldt, and White
' Pine. In ihe state of Nevada, and the
counties ol BOJ Elder. Tooele, Juab,
! Millard, Sevier Sanpete, Utah, Salt
I Lake, Davis, Morgan, Weber, Cache.
Rich. Summit Wasatch Wayne and
I inta, in the state of Utah Copies
of this amendment may be obtained
from the chief of the bureau of ani
mal industry. Washington. DC B
T Galloway, Acting Serretary of Agriculture.
The Best Part
of the Finest
We earner the fmesi cream
In this mountain country.
We don t guess its standard
we test it and knw.
That we use. is all pasteur
ized to make Its purltv absolute.
famous Ianish experts draw
the butter from it.
A single taste of Jensen's
Eour-ln One. ' and you'll de
clare they've accomplished tbe
ultimate in the butter produc
Phon your grocer for a
let the family try jt, they'll
say, Buy it always "
It's put up In four Individu
ally wrapped prints to the
It s pure, clean and amply
protected against contamina
tion. Sold every in the year
at a fair price.
Your grocer sells t
New York. July 26. There was no
j change of importance in the early
dealings on the stock exchange today.
. Some of the active Issues, Including
I the Harrlman and Hill stocks made
small gains, while Reading. Amalga
mated t opper and Canadian Pacific
declined as much. The volume of
trading was extremely light in con
trast to yesterday's early activity.
Prices showed some inclination to
improve soon after the opening and
trading hecamo a trifle more active for
a brief time One point gains in
Great Northern preferred. Northern
Pacific and Lehigh Valley, a similar
loss on Louisville and Nashville and
a five point break in American Ex
press were the only features.
The market closed firm
Prices were maintained at. some dif-
ficulty when the moderate buying of
the Hill stocks abated. Union Pacific
Reudlng, Steel and Amalgamated were
depressed slightly under yesterday's
linnl figures but made some recovery
toward tbe close Chesapeake & Ohio
and Missouri Pacific were rather
Chicago, fulj 26. Buying on the
ides thai prices were dangerously low'
and that any change would probablv
favor holders, gave steadiness today
to wheat Purchasing became general
, after an early dip due to weak cables
and to favorable weather northwest .
The openitig was a shade to ;!-8c low-
I or. September, which started at St",
to Sf l-8c. a loss of 1-4 to 3-8c. rallied
to Rfi 1-lc
Scantiness of moisture in the chief
producing states made the corn mar
ket strong September openend 1-4 to
l-2c higher at 61 3-4 to 2c, and
roc lo'i i 1 - ir
Oats developed firmness on account
! of olforings heine light September,
; which at the outset was V. r.-4 to 39
8-47-8c, a gain of 1-81-4 io l-4c;
climbed to 40c
Provisions tended to harden with
coarse grain First sales were un-
cbanced to F.r hieher Inehidine Sen- !
tember options as follows
Pork 21 30.
Ribs. $11.77 1-2 to 11.80.
Wheat Additional hardening en
sued as a result of export sales. The
close was steady with September 1-s
Til-4c net higher at 86 l-25-8c.
Corn A further upturn ocurred In
consequence of higher temperature
southwest The close was nervous at
t2 : -4 'ci 7 -Sv tor Sejtember, n net ad
vance of 1 J-4fil 3-8c.
Chicago. July 26. Hogs Receipts
8000. Market slow, steadv to a shade
higher. Rulk $8.90(fi' A. 25 ; light. $9.05
g9.50; mixed, $8 65(3)9.45; heavy. $8 50
09.30; rough. $8.5008-70; pigs. $7.90
Cattle Receipts ZOO. Market
steady Beeves. $7 209.20. Texas
steers. $6.90tj)8.00; western steers.
$7. 10 -a 8.15 . stockers and feeders.
$5 507.75; cows and heifers, $3.65
8.25; calves. $8.2511.25.
Sheep Receipts 3000. Market
strong Native. $4 25'rtp5.50; western.
-1 4i. v.-arhngs. $5finTj 6 85:
lambs, native, $5.65800; western,
Kansas City Livestock
Kansas City, July 26. Hogs Re
ceipts 80" Market weak Bulk. $8 90,
(ft 9.05; light. $8.90-9 9.05. pigs. $7.50&'
Cattle Receipts 200. Market
steady. Prime fed steers. $8 50fi8.90;
dressed beef steers. $7 25tg8 40: west
ern steers. $6 508 20; southern steers
$5.50g710: cows, $4.00(7.00; heifers.
$5.00(5 6 80: stockers and feeders. $5 25
07.80; bulls. $5,0096.75; calves. $6 50
Sheep Receipts none Market
steady Lambs. $6.5007 JO; yearlings,
imiv; .". T.'i . w ethers, $4 Vf.i ' 25 ew es
$3.5077 4 65; stockers and feeders. S2 50
Q 4 25
South Omaha. July 26 Cattle Re
ceipts none Market steady. Native
steers. $7.40(5i'8 90. cows and heifers.
$5,501? 8.00; Western steers. $6 50
8.10: Texas steers. $6 007.50; range
cows and heifers. $6.0007.40; calves
$7 00G 1"
Hogs Receipts 7400 Market lower
Heavy, $8.5008-75 light, $8 759.05;
pigs. $7 50 $7&"ffS25: hulk of sales.
S On i 8 75
Sheep Receipts 1300 Marjcel
strong Yearlings. $6.0006.00; weth
ers, $4 no ft 5 00. lambs, $6.5i 7 75
New York. July 26. Money on call
domlnal; no loons. Time loans easl-'
er; 60 days 3 1-204 Ppr cent; 90
days, 4 1-2'Tit per cent; six months, gj
3 -4 'ft 6 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 6 per cent
Sterling exchange steady with ac
tual business In bankers' bills at I
$4 83.35 for 60 days bills and ai
$4.86 85 for demand
Commercial bills J4 B8,
Bar silver. 58 l-8c
Low Fares to I
Easteni Points I
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OGDEN H
New York, via Standard Lines $86.50
New York, via Differential Lines 83.50
Boston, via "-vtanrlard Lines 86.50
Boston, via Differentia Lines 82 50 I
Chicago $56.50 Memphis $59 85
Bt. Paul 55.70 St. Louis 5200
Omaha 40.00 Peoria , 55 40
Denver 22,50 Kansas City 40 00
Pueblo 22.50 Colorado Springs . ! '. 22 50
Proportionate Rates to Other Points.
Date df Sales July 3 . Augnsl 1. 'J. 10, li, 16, 'I'l, 28, I
s(-)i ember 10, 1 1 fl
LONG LIMITS LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES.
For detailed information concerning rates, routes, train servico
nd reservations, call at, phone or address
CITY TICKET OFFICE
2514 Washington Avt,
PAUL L. BEEMER,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
AGENCY TRANS-ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
Mexican dollars, 47 .
Government bonds Irregular, rail- '
j road bonds, steady.
New York July 2b. Raw sugar,
firm muscovado, $3.07; centrifugal.
$3.57 molasses. $2.82; refined, steady.
New ork, July 26 The metal mar- I
kets were Hrm and unchanged Lake
copper. $15.25: electrolytic, $15.00.
Iron Steady and unchanged.
New York Stock List
Amalgamated Copper 69 1-2
American Beet Sugar 26
American Cotton OIL bid 37 8-4
American smelting A Refg .. 631-2
American Sugar Refining ...110 5-8
American Tel & Tel 127 1-2
Anaconda Mining Co 35 1-4
Atchison 98 5 S
Atlantic t oast Line 110 1-2
Baltimore & Ohio 98 1-4
Brooklyn Rapid Transit .... 88 14
Canadian Pacific 217
Chesapeake & Ohio 53 3-8
('hicago & N'orth Western 129 3 4
Chicago. Mil & St. Paul 106
Colorado Fuel & Iron ... 32
Colorado & Southern, bid 30
Delaware & Hudson 156
Denver & Kio (Jrande. bid .... 19
Erie 26 1 2
General Electric 140 1 -1
Great Northern pfd 125 3-4
Great Northern Ore Ctfs 86 3 I
Illinois Centra!, bid 113 12
Interborougb-.Met 15 3-4
Interborough Met pfd .. 59
Inter- Harvester 107
Louisville & Nashville .133 1 i
Missouri Pacific 32 3 4
Missouri. Kansas & Texas 22 1-4
Lehigh Valley L5(f8-4
National Lead, bid 49
New York Central, bid 98 t-2
Norfolk & Western t&QB 1-2
Northern Pacific L098-4
People's Cas. bid 118
Pullman Palace Car. bid ... 1r3
Reading 161 5 8
Rock Island Co 17 8-8
Rock Island Co. pfd 29 1 4
Southern Paclfie 93 1-1
Southern Railway 23 1 2
Dnion Pacific 149 318
United States Steel 58 1-2
I nited States Steel pfd 107 l-l
Wabash, bid 2 5-8
Wrstern Union 64 1-1
New York. July 26 The statement
of the actual condition of cleurinc:
bouse h;ink and trust companies for
the week -bows that they hold $2S.
157.700 reserve In excess of legal re -i
quiremcnts This Is an increase of
1 386 500 from last week
The statement follows
Loans, ?' 916 346,000; decrease, $13.-
Specie, 1849,586,000; increase $6.- i
Legal tenders. $83,813,000; increase
Net deposits. $1,786,750, decrease
Circulation $46,790,000; decrease.
Banks cash reserve In valut. $369,-
Trust companies cash reserve in 1
vault, $64, 138,000.
Aggregate cash reserve. $433,399,000. i
Excess lawful reserve. $28,157,700, j
Trust companies' reserve with J
clearing house members carrying 25 j
per cent cash reserve $74,027,000
Summary of state banks and trust
companies in Great New York, not In-
eluded In clearing house statement
Loans $547.579 900; decrease, $1.
160.900. Specie $65,158,8001 decrease, $262.-
Legal tenders. $7,493,800, decrease
Total deposits. $622,872,300; de
MARKET REVIEW. H
New York, July 26 The week In
the stock tnankel was characterized
by a very general advance and great- 1
er actlvltj (ban at anv time since the
extreme dullness of the early sum
mer period. Trading, however, contin
Ued largely professional, with occa
sional signs of outside or public in
terest As yet the investment de
mand Is negligible factor, but opin H
ion prevails that this phase of the
situation is working towards steady
Undoubtedly the most favorable fea
ture ol the situation Is tbe greater
ease of money, not only here but
abroad as well.
Discounts at all Important centers
show a relaxing tendency and the H
present week witnesses pronounced '
improM-ment In the condition of Eu
rope's leading fiscal institutions
Tbe copper market also has under
gone a change for the better. the "
metal being quoted as' high as IE
cents a pound, as agiinst 14 3-4c n
few days ago An excellent semi-annual
statement by tbe Republic Steel
and Iron company threw an Interest
ing sidelight on conditions in that In
dustry and gave rise to farable es
timates respecting the second quar- '
terly Btatemenl of the I'nited States
St'-el corporation to be Issued next
Crop prospects remain somewhat
doubtful as to certain cereals, but
the to';il yield promises to be well H
above recent acerages.
Railroad earnings are beginning ro
reflect crop movements. although
slacker business and reduced steel
and Iron tonnage serve as partial off.
JPfl(Hi For any occasion, it lends a TinisKiri H
Sg"! touch that completes the pleasure and