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1? THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28 1913.
I Watch for the
of the greatest Thanksgiving Linen Sale
ever given in your town. We bought
j the largest quantity ot linens that was
ever bought to be shipped to Ogden. On
I aecount of recent market conditions a
number of cases are here and many more
on the way. AH will be here in ample
time for you to take advantage of the
Great Thanksgiving Sale.
It will pay you women who know values
to watch for the announcement of this
1 j BURTS' j
II MADE VALIANT
FIGHT FOR LIFE
New York. Ocl 27 Isaac Levy,
the retired cJothinc manufacturer rf
Bensonhurst, died today from bichlor
ide of mercury poisoning. His valiant
fight 10 defettt th- effects of that
deadly dmr; by indomitable will pow
er alone enabled him to stave off an
inexorable fate for 179 hours.
V'hen death came every vital or
gan in hi? bedy had been destroyed
hy the ravages of scorching poison,
biit up to within two hours of the J
end he was conscious and smllins
feebh. although unable longer to ex
press a wish.
The last words spoken by Mr.
berry were a few minutes before 1
o'clock, when he whispered to the
heartbroken family gathered around
"Be your natural selves Let us
not act funereal
Just before this he turned to Dr
Sarnoff and said
'Please do something for this
agony please try "
There was nothing to do but ad
minister powerful hypodermic injec
tions of painkllllng drugs, and even
these had no effect At 9:30 o'clock
his temperature dropped to 93. pulse
80 and respiration increased to 40.
Pulmonary oedema set in, and at 10
o clock a deep coma, from which
there was no awakening, overtook
him. At 12 05 o'clock his heart
ceased to beat
For m.'inv hours prior to the end
Mr Levj had beeo in excruciating
pain, which the specialists about him
were unable to alleviate eren to the
slightest degree As disintegration
became noticeable Mrs Sarah L
who for eight days has remained
sleepless by his side, collapsed, and
was led from the room In a critical
condition. But the other members
of the family were there when Dr.
Sarnoff turned to them and Bald
"It is over; your father will suf
fer no longer.''
Wonderful Will Power.
For many hours before Mr. Levy
died there had been no manifesta
tion that the end was near The
splendid exhibition of will power was
as noticeable as on the first da,
eight days ago. when he discovered
that he had accidentally swallowed
thirty grains of the drug in mistake
for aspirin, and the doctors who held
the first hurried consultation an
nounced that he hadn't even one
chance in a million to pull through
When told of this verdict, Mr. Levy
refused to believe that modern sci
ence would fail to have him, and from
I that moment he determined that he
would fool the physicians and recover
; his health
, For several days he was without
pain, aud this fact stimulated his
I courage. As the poison was gradual
' Ij absorbed into the vital organs of
l the body and they in turn were des
troys the patient grew weaker and
less able to move, about.
I But even as late as Sunday he was
I permitted to leave his bed on neces
' ary occasions Kv. rythiuK known
to science was tried except a surgical
operation, which was considered and
; abandoned. But the weaker and
1 more helpless he grew the more de
: termlned he was to live.
Before he sank Into a fathomless
coma today he no longer could see;
he could not move to make even a
sign. Me was a motionless figure
which lay with eves staring upward
But even In that look he was smiling
a benediction on the sorrowful ones
gathered at his side. He will be
THREE MEN ARE CHARGED
WITH SELLING LIQUOR
Provo. Oct 27. Uriah Stewart. Jr.,
Fercderick S Dart and A. II Kngber:
were arrested in Spanish Fork tins
afternoon bv Sheriff Henr Fast on
a charge of selling Intoxicating li
quor illegally Fast was required
to furnish a bond of $?.im to insure
attendance at n hearing to be held
Wednesday before Justice of th--Peace
E L Jones
The three men arrested were in a
s.mllar case whleh was dismissed In
the Fourth district court last week
on the grounds that the Justice from
whom the cas was appealed to the
distrirt rourt had failed to grant the
defendants a change of venue
PETITIONS FOR PARDON.
Pocaiello. Ida. Oft 27 Petitions
being circulated here for the pardon
of Barney O'Neil, the recently con
victed banker of Wallace on the
cltarge of making false entries in re
porta to the examiner are being sign
ed b the leading men of all parties
and classes In support of "he par
don, It is pointed out that O'Neil
served, while walling trial, almost
one-half of the time of the sentence
also that he was convicted mainly
on the evidence of Cashier Wyman.
who was promised immunity by the
state for testifying against 0 Nell.
Provo, Oct. 27 Two divorces werM '
granted In the Fourth district court '
today One was to Voia Moore of j
Spring Lake, from Red Moore, on the
ground of failure to provide. The par
ties were married Jun 4, 1913. The
other was to IeUa C Martin of Amer
ican Fork from Jackson Martin, on
the ground of desertion The par
ties married April 28, 1913.
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'YOKEL DEFEATS THE
FAMOUS GREEK IN
Salt Lake, Oct. 28 Mike Yokel
lasain the middleweight wrestling
; champion of the world.
Yokel defeated Chris Jordan last
nlcht or, rather, last night and this
morning, In straight falls The first
tame after three hours and thirl y-slx
minutes of grueling work, which was
notable for the absence of spectacu
lar wrestling. The sernnd came in
one minute, Jordan deeming it more
convenient to put up only a show of
reslstanc-e than to ko another route
whose end would undoubfedl hae
lound him down again.
Six thousand wrestllnc fans saw
the match, which was staged In the
Auditorium In Richards street. They
were frequently demanded that Ref
i eree Billy Husrhes jrhe Yokel the firBt
fall on fouls When Yokel downed
his man the first time the air war
fairiv split with yelling, the cheering
continuing for fully ton minutes.
Frequently during the first fall Jor
dan attempted a headlock, said to he
a special favorite with Jordan and
FYed Beell, and used hy those two,
and thofro two only, with success The
manner of applying the headlock,
uwnnicti ru uiauiit'ii noi accord
inc to the strictest ethics of wrestling,
inasmuch as each time Jordan laid
his arms in position for the headlock
he took occasion to poke Yokel in
the nose and rub that member heart
ily. In one of these periods of excessi1
exuberance on Ionian's part the
Greek sent his fist into Yokel's richt
eye aud turned the Hd completely
back. The referee interrupted the
bout lour; enough to pull the displaced
lid back into place
The act on the part of Jordan
would have been sufficient fr giving
Yokel the match on a foul There
were also many other Instances" when
the crowd demanded rhat Hughes de
clare Yokel winner of at least the
Hughes figured, however, that Jor
dan might be playing for Just that
sort of a decision, for it certainly is
more to a wrestler's credit to get an
aderse decision of foul than It is to
be tumbled on his back. Therefore
the referee declined to accede to the
demands of the crowd and let the
men fight it out. When the fall was
Obtained Hughes was the most pop
ular man In town with that crowd so
fickle is sentiment at a wrestling
In i he wrestling for the first fall.'
the men, as predicted, made it a ques
tion of endurance. Neither tried for
holds with any degree of frequency,
and when they did they made the at
tempt with caution. The result of this
sort of wrestling generalship and con
serration of energ va- that there
was Just about one minute of real i
wrestling before the tussle came that
resulted in Yokel's getting the deadly i
hold for the first fall
Tn the inixup Yokel first got his I
man in the grip of a head BCiesore and
bod. lock. Jordan, with a magnifi
eeni display of strength and skill,
broke that hold, but he Immediately
fell info another, a single hamm"r
lock, whi'h Yokel threw on him with
wonderful adroitness and which he
clinched with an exhibition of
strength that as truly pr)arveou
fier the men came back for the
second fall. Jordan declared that I
Yokel bad thrown him squarely and j
falrh, but that, inasmuch as all his:
holds were barred by the referee and
that 5000 people were agalnct him, he'
did not Intend to wrestle himself to j
death Bv that statement he meant
the ban that had bfin put on his
somewhat extraordinary manner of
adjusti't? his headlocks
In connection with Jordan s man
ner of wrestling last night It may al
so be said that he devoted much time !
to pinching Yokel s muscles, which
Is probably all right, but which did
not please the crowd Also Jordan's
thumb was always busy as a sort'
of jabber. This did not please the!
crowd, either Only once did Yokel
resort to an semblance of "rough I
stuff " That wafi Just before his eye
was almost poked out, when Jordan 1
landed a stiff one in his face Yokel
came back right lustily, but as .lor-'
dan started It, the crowd was more
than ever with Mike.
The second fall was obtained so
Quickly that half the crowd had not I
settled In their seats hefore It was!
over. It was made with a bar and
Yokel was clearly in better condi
tion when time for the second fall
was called, although Jordan by no
means could be said to be greatly
Last night's work left no doubt In
the minds of the Salt Lake wrestling)
fans that Yokel was nowise near!
right when he wrestled Jordan be
fore. His condition last night was!
superb. The same i6 true of Jordan. 1
The result of the match Is a vindica
tion of the assertion made by Yokel's i
friend3 after the previous bout that'
Mike was in no shape to contend with J
the husky Greek.
It is also certainly a vindication of
Yokel himself The Dutr.hman proved
that he could come bacK. The manner!
of his coming back was magnificent.
He redeemed himself gloriously In
the eyes of his friends and in the
eyes of the world.
Preceding th main bout, Jimmy
Sullivan, a giant in stature, and
George Nolson wrestled a prelimin
ary. It was action all the way. Nel
son won the first fall in twenty-one
minutes and the second in five aud
There was some delay In opening
the doors at the appointed time. It
was explained that this was due to
the fact that Promoter Fted Crabbe
had not expected to be overwhelmed 1
with such a throng and that -he was
compolled to add numerously to his
force of ushers and somewhat to alter
his seating arrangements The crowd
that awaited the opening of the doors
at 8-30 o'clock jammed Richards
street from South Temple to First
South and extended even into those
streets. It was a good-natured gath
ering, however, and they accepted the
delay without complaint
Jordan entered the ring at IT 45
o'clock and was followed lmmedately
by Yokel. As the Greek received a
few cheers and handclaps the crowd
went into throes of cheering when
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"Our Mike," B0 acclaimed, crowded
through the ropes.
Wayne Ketonea and Jack Harbert
son challenged the winner Also
Clarence Bdklnnd, Canadian cham
pion, was among those mentioned
They were sent nway at 0:61 o'clock
They went head to head Both
wore cautious and did not attempt
anything, The Greek did not have
his usual smile, whilo Mike wore
his sain1 dodged expression. Yokel
tried for legs at four minutes and
was successful, going behind the
Greek despite a frantic attempt to
break out. They were up In about a
minute and went head to bead again
Yokel was very wary, giving Jordan
no show to use the headlock or any
of his punishing holds.
Jordan's shoes were not holding on
the canvas. Chris' leather soles kept
slipping, forcing him to go to the
canraa with his knees, whilo Yokel's
I new rubber-soled shoes held at all
At fifteen minutes both were on
their knees head to bead After
about two minutes they went to their
feet, still head-on Yokel tried for
legs, but failed. They went to their
I Liilsd nrrnt.. 1 .mmm . t . A .1 TV,,.,.
I gained their fet at twenty minutes.
Yokel showed he was ready for the
least opening when at twenty-three
j minutes Jordan In barkinc away,
gave him an opening l.iKe a flash
j the Dutchman tried, but missed.
I Then they stayed on their feet until
j the thirty-minute period had passed
Greek Attempts Speed
At the forty-minute mark the
, Greek attempted to speed up. but
, Yokel waited patiently and forced
I him to come head to head It ap
' peared as if Mike was attempting to
wear down Jordan
Yokel jerked the Greek with a
headlock whilo thoy were on their
, feet This lb the Greek's favorite
and he looked very surprised when it
I was ued against him They were
I Mill head to head at forty-five mln
I utes, and for the next fifteen mln-
utes, or until the close of the ho ir.
'bey kept the same position
The Greek started to rough Yo
kel's face at an hour and ten min
utes The Greek tr'ed desperately
i for a headlock, but failed. Then they
settled down again, head to head
Yokel let Jordan do all the work
here There was not a trace of a
smile on the Greek's face
t one hour and twenty minutes
Jordan attempted at headlock. but
didn't seem to hae much luck.
The crowd arose as a man as Jor
dan stuck his fingers into Yokel's
Byes Us was warned by Referee
Hughes s the hour and a half wa?
announced the crowd pulled B "sev
enth Inning VII aro-c nnd stretched.
Tries for Logs.
Yokel tried for legs at one hour
and forty minutes, but Jordan broke
away And then It was head to head
again until the hour and three-quarters
mark was passed. Yokel tried
his "elbow flip" for the first time
and the Greek went acro-s the can
vas. They went ' round and round''
just before the two hour mark. Yo
kel being close to "legs." but the
Creek kept away The Greek was
rubbing his knuckles across Yokel s
face while the crowd jeered. At the
two hour mark thej were still on
their feet head to head. Hughes
stopped the match and examined
Yokel's eye, where Jordan had stuck
At two hours and twenty minutes
Jordan secured legs and then in a
flipflop they went under the rope,
Jordan riding Yokel with a body
scissors, only one heel hooked, and
back to the mat the went head tn
head, again. Both men w er0 w r i 1 1 in
good shape At two and a half hour
they wre til head to head.
The rrowd again accused Jordan
of putting a thumb In Yokel's eye.
They were "plledriving" at two hours
and three-quarters. Referee Hughes
flopped to the mat so he could get
better view rf the Greek 'g hands.
At the three hour mark both men
were In good condition, with neither
having an advantage. In this time
Yokel and Jordan had be-n off their
feet less than two minutes. The
crowd was lea ing going after the
Yokel appeared willing to mix it.
but the Greek na caullous and
rough At three hours, ten minutes
the milled a bit and then settled
down Neither appeared particularly
tired, at three hours and a half the
crowd yelled as Jordan switched
Mike across the ring, claiming foul.
At three hours, thlrt-two minutes
Jordan got legs and had Yokel in
close quarters but Mike broke out '
and went behind Yokel was trying j
hurd and at 3 36, with a single ham- I
merlock, he took the first fall Yokel
started the hold with a head scis- j
6ors djad then switched.
Jordan was first to return to the I
ring. Yokel, a few moments later,
was greeted with thunderous ap
plause. Theq went away at 1:46 a.
m, In one minute and thirty sec
onds Yokel won the second fall and
match with bar and head scissors.
To the accompaniment of the
crash of glass doors, something like
two thousand wrestling fans "rushed
the gate" at the Auditorium for more
than an hour last night, and before
the meleo was over, twenty uniform
ed policemen, thirteen firemen and
five deputy sheriffs with employes
of the Auditorium, were exhausted
and crushed, though they held the
barrier. One man in the crowd
pressed against the brick walls b
the surging masses, fainted but was
The holding of the line was an Il
lustration of police fitness for the
football gridiron. The doors were
held closed till nearly 8 o'clock.
Meanwhile, from 7 o'clock on, a mass
of humans had congregated In Rich
ards street They stood with some
Patience, In spots, but when the tick
et takers got irU" line and those
outside saw the employes making
ready to open tht doors, a roar went
up and, aa a football team siario
forward on signal, the human mass
went at the doors
FIGHT OVER HOR8E9
RESULTS IN MURDER
Idaho Palls, Ida.. Oct 28 Late
yesterday afternoon Sam Thomas, lo
cally known as "Scarf ace" Thomas,
was shot and killed by "Billy Wil
liams the well-known horseman of
Menan. at a point near the Liver
more ranch In the Mamcr district,
according to reports received here
The report states thai two brother
fought on opposite sides of the
; pitched battle Billy Williams and
Blose Johnson, on one side, and Joe
; Williams and Sam Thomas, on the
; other, have been enemies for months
j It Is claimed that Joe Williams and
' Thomas went ,-ifter some horses
j which they had learned that Billy"
Williams and Johnson had run off,
and which were supposed to be in
possession of the latter two in lh
Mud lake section, formerly known
as Market lake and hlng northeast
Shortly after the arrival of Joe
Williams and Thomas there was a
quarrel and an exchange of shots.
When the smoke cleared away Thom
as had been shot to death, but Joe
Williams had escaped. Johnson Is
said to be a brother-in-law of the
Williams brothers Neither "Billy"
Williams nor Johnson was Injured.
TV, . , V. . -1 f f .1 c !.
i ne Mueim auu coroner m rie
mont county left St Anthony for the
scene of the killing early this morn
ing, but no report had been received
from them at a late hour thlo after
noon. Both Bilh Williams and
Johnson surrendered to Constable
James Eby of Roberts, Fremont
county, and will probably be taken
to St Anthony In the sheriff's auto
This section has acquired a very' bad
record In the past few years on ac
count of the extensive list of deaths
I of a violent nature, nearly all of
which have been due primarily to
I troubles among the ranchers over
horses. Half a dozen men have "died
! with their boots on" In the last few
years, the spar-ely-seftled region
tending to encourage lawlessness
SILT LAKER IS
I Denver. Oct L'7 Harry Edgar Hit
Ion. alias James Nelson, alias Frank
Allen, the tall bandit, who has terror
ized Denver for a week, this morning
made a confession of murder and rob
bsrtes declared by these who heard
it to bo the most remarkable ston
ever related at police headquarters
Before he had told of all his crimes
he was taken out to show how he
murdered Thomas Chase Friday mor
ning His confession details how he
committed more than fifty holdups
and robberies in various cities, includ
ing Salt Lake City.
Nelson hpsitated a moment b?fore
starting his confession this morning
then smiled and said:
"Wall, I guess you've got it on me.
and I might as well tell the whole
stor from beginning to end and have
it over with. I know I am stickfng
my head in the noose, but you'd hook
me anyway, 1 guess, so what's the
use of stalling?"'
HiMon stated that he was horn in
St. Paul, Minn., aud lived there uutil
he was t. years of age, when the
fa-mil moved to San Francisco He
attended public school there until lie
w as 14 ears of a Re. when he forged
hs father's name to a check, and. 'o
escape the po33lble consequences ran
ava from home
After beating his way about the
country between the Pacific coast and
Salt Lake City for several years he
went to live with his uncle, John
Hicks, in the latter city. After a
short time there he forged his uncle's
name to a check for which he was
arrested and sentern '"d to the state
FOR CITY AUDITOR
mam wmf .lllflS Ijhj
I am a free agent In this cam
paign. I have not made nor am I
goinj; to make any political alliances j
with any other candidate on the tick- !
et. I will stand before the people on
my capability as an efficient public
I have been in the office of the
county clerk for four years. The
efficiency of that office Ib recog
nized by experts in accounting I
have lent my services in perfect
ing the system of auditing the public
accounts of the county I feel con
fident of my ability to render effi
cient service to the people in the of
fice of city auditor, and on that I
stand before the voters. And on that
I have no business or other atfila
tions to divert my attention from
this work in the office of auditor. I
will be the city's auditor, If elected,
nnd only that.
ARTHUR F LARSON.
Candidate for Auditor.
I prison for a term of eighteen months
After his release he worked 1mm
was through the northwest, commu
ting holdups and robberies and al
wavs by lucky chances escaping ai
res! At Pocatello, Idaho, he oh
mined work as nighi porter in 8 ho
tel. At the first opportunity he
"touched" the safe for ?290 and left
Later in Oakland Cal , he secured
B similar position When the chance
presented he robbed tho safe of $150
and left town. Then he went east
He told of a series of holdups com
mltted In Pittsburg. Philadelphia, Chi
cago and middle western cities and
ie,-lured that his operations enabled
him to live In comparative luxury
without exerting himself to any ex
STATE UK SUIT
Boise, Ida. Oct 27.- On behalf of
the state of Idaho and J19 depositors
In the defunct Boise State bank, suit
was instituted in the district court
here today against V W. Piau slat"
bank commissioner, under ex-Govern-or
James H Hawlev, and the Title
Quarani & Surety company, to re
cover 126,000 alleged damages by rea
son of the failure of Piatt to perform
his official duties.
BY HEAVY VOLTAGE
Salt Lake. Oct. 28 Charles W.
Guest, a lineman for the telephone
company, was electrocuted while at
work on a pole at the corner of Wall
I street and Clinton avenue at
I o'clock yesterday afternoon. Hia
, right foot, thrust downward through
a double crossarm to hold him while
he worked, came In contact with a
high tension wire of the Utah Ltght
& Railway company as he laid his
hand upon the telephone cable,
grounding 'J200 volts of electricity
through his body. He swung back
and hung head downward.
Summoned by a woman who saw
the accident and telephoned police
headquarters from a nearby house,
Dr. H B Sprague, Fire Chief Wil
liam H By water and two firemen
drove to the place of the accident In
: ;ho chief's car at top speed. The fire
men cut the wires, lowered the
J stricken man with ropes and within
i twenty minutes after he received the
. current he was In the emergency
; hospital. Dr Sprague was standing
i In the desk sergeant s office at head
' quarters when word of the accident
was telephoned there He ran for
I C hief Bywater. as the firemen would
be needed in getting the man down
On Ihe wa to the emergency hos
I pital Dr. Sprague worked over the
I man In the chief's automobile. in
j spite of the fact that It was be'ng
I driven at terrific speed. At the hoa
, pital the pulmoter was used but
w'thout avail. Dr. Sprague said last
' night that death was almost instan-
taneous After it became evident
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that there was no hope of reviving i
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accicjVnf a native of Salt Lake,
born here thirty-one yc-ars ago, a
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addition to his wife and two small i
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I George Guest of Salt Lake. Orson
Guest of Blackfoot, Idaho, and Mrs.
Mar He-.!' lbrt.-. Moc.t . and Eliza-
heth and Rhoda Guest of Los An- '
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Does your auto need
Just drive your car I
j over to our shop, we will I
I tell you what it needs I
our work is done only by
And our prices are I
In ear 2566 Wash. Ave. I
Entrance on 26th St.
Room for Rent
Over darks' Store.
About 1000 lbs. scratch pads. Good 1
paper, 5c pound. Any
OGDEN PRINTING CO.
2454 Grant Ave. Phone 365
We have no veneered leather In j
our rcpa r shop It's all real oak j
hono 321. 4C3 20th Strefl jj
Wc have tn Mrest van in tN J
city Quick service. Mov'nfl. ship
ping and handling planes. ProvP- J
treiflbt deliveries. Furniturs mo
Ing 2 specialty Storago at rato" 1
FIRST NATIONAL"! ;
OF OGDEN, UTAH, t
U. S. DEOPSITARY
Capital $ 150,000.00 j
ana surplus 350.CC0 :0 j
M. S. Browning. Pres.: L
Eccles. Vice Pres.; G H. Tribe,
Vce Pres ; John Watson, Vies
Pres.; John Plngree. Cashier; Ja. i
F, Burtcn, Asst Cashier..