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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGPEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1913. - ' .
I TERRIFIC GALE
J WEEPS EAST
Vessels Send Frantic Distress
Signals Off the Cape
. Cod Coast.
1 l
VlnyJd Haven. Mass, Oct. 15.
tji 1 The barge flcmstr R Meade, which
left here for Boston Monday, with the
barge Oakland in tow of the tug Paoll
Ki sprang a leak off Well Fleet and
', after her crew had been taken off by
I the tug was thrown ashore early yea-
terday on the outside beach of Cape
Cod, where she lies a total wreck,
The two men on board the Oakland
managed to anchor their craft off
l Highland Light and, despite a terrific
northeast gale, refused to be taken
I off by the Paoli. The tug returned
yesterday afternoon.
Chatham, Mm., Oct. 15 An un
' heralded northeast storm swept Cape
J ( Cod d caught all the iroastwfse fleet
I I amid treacherous shoals.
! Four schooners on Nantucket
.' Shoals, signalled frantically for help.
A lumber laden three masted schoon-
er, evidently bound for the westward,
' , began to fill at her anchorage near
! the dreaded Stone-Horse Shoal and
her crew took to their Jolly boat,
tfhicb they made fast to the schoon
f. er's stern. The Monomoy Point life
I tarers launched their big power boat
L and started to the assistance of the
I imperiled crew.
Four miles to the eastward near
Pollock Rip light ship another three
master was discovered with her sails
blown to ribbons flying distress sig
I nal A third schooner was dragging-'
r her anchors southwest of Monomoy,
and another vessel was reported by
ulreless In distress southeast of San
I katy Light, Nantucket.
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MEXICAN GENERAL
AND MEN IN TEXAS
San Antonio. Tex, Oct 16. Orders
were telegraphed today from depart
t ment headquarters here to Lieutenant
3 , Coloney Guy Carlton. commanding
I United States troops at Eagle Pass
I to admit General Joaquin Maas and
staff of ten men with permission to
I pass over Texas to Laredo.
' Similar requests by Constitutional
list leaders for permission to travel
m I over American territory or to visit
fcheir famllles'on the American side
F repeatedly have been refused,
It
Eagle Pass, Tex. Oct 15 General
V Joaquin Maas, federal commander at
'! U Pledras Nsgra6, Mexico, and his staff
III of ten officers were ready yesterday
f afternoon at the international bound
Bleary to begin their trip to Neuvo La
I livedo. Mexico, through American ter
jSi ritory when the general was notified
I by railroad officials that it would be
I impossible to arrange his special
I . ' train before this morning. Lack of
II equipment here was given as the rea
son It is stated the dela will not
f change the original plans. General
l i Maas' purposes in going to Neuvo
J j Laredo is to attend a conference of
military leaders.
HI Permission to cross the boundary
came from Washington after being
si denied by local military authorities.
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MASKED BANDIT
1 ROBS MAIL CAR
a
a Sin Francisco, Oct 14. - A masked
I bandit robbed the mail car of South
tjt i irn Pacific train No. 23. near Bur
sjj k llngame. Cal., late toda , rifled the
i registered mail pouch and escaped,
if The robber entered the car as the
tl train left Burlingarae He chased
hp I two postal clerks under a table, by
s waving a revolver and they stayed
tatt I there until convinced that he had de
i r parted.
The train makes no stops between
ill i Burllngame and San Francisco and
lj the robber is believed to have escaped
afljf when the train slowed down In the
fsj San Francisco terminal yards
TH"
j SEVERE SHOCK IS
A FELT IN OREGON
-
! Baiter, Ore.. Oct 16 A severe
jjij earthquake shock of more than a
3 minute duration was felt at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon in the Seven
K Devils country' along the Snake river
on the Idaho-Oregon border line. The
. towns affected were Hempstead, Ore,
HI and Ballards Landing, Landore and
Cuprum, Ida.
Telephone line were put out of
i commission and reports are meager.
SloTes and dishes were rocked out
t of place, windows broken and some
liuses jarred out of plumb.
A similar shock was felt four years
S ago In the same district, but it was
i not so severe. .
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FARMERS WILL MEET,
rfi Logan, Oct. 14 The Farmers So
Sl ciely of Equity of Cache county has
jf called a convention of the local unions
i for next Monday, at which the matter
I of Incorporating will be determined
i : upon. The manager of the society
I has found that he cannot do business
j latUfactorlly without capital and a fi
ll nanclal rating and he askf that these
3 be provided. C Z Harris of Rlch
I mond, 0 E Scott, atate manager of
I Idaho, and President Satlerfield of
If the Idaho society, will deliver ad
I, dresseB at the morning session of the
I convention The afternoon meeting
1 will be devoted to discussing incor
I Poration The meetings will be held
! In the county courthouse at 10 and
2 o'clock.
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MORMONI6M SHOWS
GAIN IN MONTANA
At a conference of members of the
I Mormon church In Montana, which
I I was held at Helena last Saturday
HI and 8unday, reports showed that the
I I fiieinberBblp 'n that state had ln-
Lcreh&ed 30 per cent within the past
I Melvin J. Ballard, president of the
1 1 northwestern states mission, had
J charge of the conference, making ad-
dresses at all of the meetings. He
went .immediately from Salt Lake to
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Munlana alter having attended the
general conference of the church In
thi6 city.
Two missionary elders were re
leased to return to their homes In
Utah, these being Joelah Blackman
of Moroni and E J Solomon of Salt
Lake. New mission assignments
were made as follows For the east
ern Montana conference Ray Plnlln
son, Ira L. Keddlngton, P. H. Ander
son and George C Henderson; for
the western Montana conference O.
B. Peterson, J H. Hees. J. M Sav
age, Z. W. Mitchell and Leon Mat
thews. E. J. Wood of the presidency of the
L'ardston stake, Alberta, Canada, was
a visitor at the conference session,
and delivered one of the principal
addresses, dealing with his experi
ences while serving on a mission in
the Hawaiian islands.
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GRAND JURY IN SESSION.
Pocatello, Ida . Oct. 14. The Uni
ted States distrk t court is in session
in the City tills morninp, with Judge
F S Dietrich presiding. On accoUQl
of the absence of District Attorney
Lingenfelter, Assistant District At
torney P E Cavanney of Boise is rep
resenting the government A federal
grand Jury has been called and ihe
following responded O Buchanan,
foreman; Henry Henderson, A M.
Balderson, Martin Nave. Ralph A
Louis. P. W Miles. W McClurg. Bd
win Gltt?ns John Kngland. George
Allenrnan, James McCullough. Jarne-
Montague. F HoCkWSnder Jarvla Jen
sen. Joseph George, David Zundell
and William Stoddnrd
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DISCUSS COMPENSATION.
Boise, Ida , Oct H Whal is now
ConcdBed to be one of the moui lm
portant conferences that has been
held In Idaho for some ears. took
place here today vhen the committee
appointed by Governor Haines to in
vestigate the compensation of work
Ingmcn with a view of drafting an act
to be presented to the next Icglsla
ture met to deliberate on the issue.
Large corporation employers ami
representatives of labor organizations
struck the same level before the com
mission during the day and tonlgh"
to discuss and present their ideas.
Bolh expressed themselves ns favor
able to an act that will be fair I
both employer and employee.
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THOMAS H. JONES DEAD.
I'rovo. Oct 14. Thomas II Jones
died at his home in tbe Second ward
Lael nitbt iJressv Brlght's disease at
the age of 86 years. He was a na
tive ot Wales and came to Utah with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A.
Jones, about His home had
since been in this city, but the great
er part of his life had been passed
in the mining distrait, of the state
in th occupation of mining He ll
urvied by his vido and nlm.' ehll
dren, and three brothers, John and
Edward K of this city and Joseph
trho livei in Idaho. Funeral Bervlces
will b held in the Second ward meet
ing house Thursday at 1 30 o'clock.
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TEMPEST IN TEAPOT.
Idaho Falls. Ida. Oct, 14 On Mon- 1
day morning six oi the telephone op
erators at the local station handed
Manager Meyer a letter staling thai
unless the chief operator wao dls- )L
charged, they would quit work nt J
10 o'clock Mr. Meyers did not wait a
until 10 o'clock, but sac each o' S
them their check as soon an it could
be made out. &
LEAVES FOR CALIFORNIA.
Monroe Oct. 14 Mrs. Georgia Le afl
Baron was taken to California today
w;tl, the hope that a lower altitude
might 6ave her life from a sevure fl&jl
case- of asthma,

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