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- THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913.
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11, , , CHICAGO
II BONES OF HORNED
j ! DINOSAUR FOUND
Nqw York, N V. Nov. 7 Enough
bones of the moDoploniufl, or horned
dinosaur, have a last been unearthed
from the Red Deer river region m
Alberta, Canada, to Torra the firs',
complete skeleton or the prehistoric
creature Barimm Brown, or tlv
ptaff of the American Museum of
Natural History, lias jut returned to
New York with a carload of bones t
the dinosaur and othT mammoth anl
mala which flourished in the Red Deer
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river region some three million years
ago, It is estimated. Fragments of
the hones which now make up the
first complete skeleton of the mono
clones were first discovered in 1 8 75
The skeleton complete s'iows that the
creature stood about five feet high
and was fifteen feet long.
F'-sidfR the monoclones there were
found part of three new species of
th( horned dinosaur, and sufficient
material to complete the skeleton of
an ankvlesaurus, a wlord creature
vrhicb had a coat resembling a suit
of armor, and carried a sort of club
at the end of Its tall The discoveries
make the dinoeaurus collection of the
Datura history museum hero the fi
nest of the port In the world
CRIPPLED TEAM IN j
! STIFF PRACTICE
Lincoln, Neb Nov. 7. Coach
Stiehm yesterday gave his football
squad its last stiff practice of the
week, primarily in preparation for the
Saturday game against Nebraska Wes
leyan, biit with an eye to tli more
importart engagement following at
Lawrence, Kansas Except for Quar
terback Towle it will be a scrub back
field for the Wealeyan game. "Dick"'
Rutherford, regular halfback, is still
Things 1TVsn
every feB
Housewife iffK
ought ik
That hot water is VV
wholesome. That J
a cup of hot water with
an ARMOUR BOUILLON
CUBE stimulates the circu- A,
lation and drives away that
tired feeling and the nervous A
let-down that comes to all
i workers. A cube to a cup.
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VandTcj-mln quickly teek it, W
7iHe'bf die' 7 mm '
PHB-SW )dorj't. 25c a tube. At Sm
in bed with a fever. h;n ailment being
diagnosed as tonsiliticB and whether
be "HI be In condition to go to Iaw
rence, the doctor would not say.
Captain Furdy, and the right half,
were limping about the field today,
but will not play next Saturda. The
places of fh5 two ailing backs will
be taken by Klwoll and Delematcr.
CARNEY OUTPLAYS
BILLIARD CHAMPION
New York. Nov 7. -Joiepb Carney,
of ipnor, outplayed Alfred de Oro.
thr three-cushion billiard champion.
In the second block of their match for
the title last nlgbt. by a score of 63
to 34. The previous night's block re
sulted In a victory for De Oro by 61
to 37 and with last nlght'9 tally the
6core now stands Carney 100, De
Oro 84.
In thp twenty-eighth Inning the
westerner caught the champion, the
total being 64 each Carney passed
De Oro In the thirtieth Inning, when
the score stood 66 to 66. and from
then on did not relinquish the lead.
Carney played a stead game and
his bank shots were nicely calcula
ted. His high run of 9even in th
eleventh Inning was the best stiirm
made thus far in the match De Oro's
best run last night was three
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TUBERCULOSIS DAY
ON DECEMBER SEVEN
Washington. D. c.. Nov 7 The na
tion wide movement for Tuberculosis
day, December 7. Is being given im
petus through requests for endorse
menta that have been sent to Presi
dent Wilson, every state governor and
to the mayors of the principal cities
The details of tho movement, togeth
r with tho program for u tuberculosis
week, beginning December 7. are be
ing worked out by Dr. George J. Fish
er of the international committee of
the tuberculosis association
The plans contemplate lectures and
discussion of tuberculosis on Decem
ber 7 and during the following week
by many organizations connected with
the Y M. C A It is planned to have
leading speakers In various cities of
the country address these meetings.
GOOD SHOWING OF
COMPENSATION ACT
Charleston, V 'a , Nov 7. Govern
or Hatrield and other officials are
pleased with the showing of the
workmen's compensation act. the fig
ures for the first month of which
were available yesterday
As the result of fatalities in West
Virginia in October, 26 widows or
mothers are to be provided for. Tem
porary disabilities during the month
co6t the state 513,000 The report
says the total Indemnity for the first
quarter based on the first month, will
reach $45,000 This will insuro $20
a month to each widow or mother and
$5 a month to each child
GREAT PROBLEM
OF TOE STATES
Public Immorality Must Be
Dealt With Evil Covers
Large Territory.
MORALS COMMISSION
Police Woman Valuable in
Preventative Work Not
to Displace Man.
Minneapolis. Nov 7. "Public im
morality is a problem with which the
states must deal." said Herbert S
Oornerr of New York, who delivered
tho principal address at the mornlni
session of the International Purity
congresp, which opened here today.
"Tho federal government is doing
a great work in this field, but it Is
seriously handicapped by the limita
tions of r constitution. th large
territory to bo covered and the ex
tent to which the evil has grown,"
he continued.
"Public morality is not unlike pub
He health, public business or public
safety In the institution which must
control it. Today we have out de
partments of health, our state com
missioners of railroad and of Insur
ance and our boards of public safe
ty.
Commiwion of Morals.
"A commission of morals should
be established In each 6tato to aid
in enforcement of laws directed
against vice and to get the best mor
al conditions In factories, schools,
dance halls and other places."
Mrs. Alice Stebblns Wells, of the
Los Angeles police department. sa.1d:
"The police woman has come In
answer to modern needs and she has
come to stay not to displace man
but to supplement his work. For
countless ages the business world
was a man's world with women and
children secluded In the home
"When rltle fully realize the. value
of women in preventative work there
will be such women In even' city
and many, where now there are few.
Plain clothes for Investigations and
quiet ministry, both plain clothes and
uniforms for parks, stations, steam
boats and other public places for
those who mav wish to appeal to
women officer" "
FIRE FIGHTERS DO
EXCELLENT WORK
Washington, D. C, Nov 7 Chief
Forester Graves, caretaker of the 165,
000,000 acres of forest land owned by
Uncle Sam who has returned front
a tour of inspection, visited most of
the 16o forests which are publ i prop
erty. Mr Grave6 expressed pleas
ure over the excellent showing being
made In fire fighting. This is a work,
he declared, which It will take years
to bring to complete efficiency, bu.
many millions of dollars' worth of
good timber already are being saved
annually.
A report which had Just reached
him telling how eight simultaneous
fires in one district of the Klamath
national foreBt, California had been
put out with a loss of onlv ninety
ai'res burned over, was pointed to by
him as an indication of what was be
ing done in saving valuable timber.
CLAIRVOYANT TRUST
HAS SECRET CODE
Chicago, Nov. 7. In the secret lan
guage of the so called "clairvoyant"
trust" two members of which are now
on trial here in the state court 4
"pumpkin' means "Philadelphia," and
"Crawford" refers to HoBton Those
and other terms in which the clolr
voyants are said to conduct convr
satlons were made public yesterday
by Jesso Gulllage, a negro clairvoyant.
who turned state's evidence in the
trial of James Ryan and Harney Bert
sche on charges of operating confi
dence game More of the alleged se
cret language follow;!
38 Live one. sucker
Woolsen Trouble--beat li
:i A policeman
Big 3 Police chief
i house Station house or cell
Script 38 Victim buying mining
stock.
UNITED STATES HAS
GREAT COAL EXPORT
Washington, D. C, Nov. 7. Coal
eiportatlons of continental United
States for 1913 will approximate ?100.
000.000 according to figures based up
on the exportation for the first eight
monthB of this year compiled by the
bureau of foreign and domestic com
merce This puts the Pnitr-d Stn'.M
In third piare of the coal exporting
countries of the world being exceed
ed only by the United Kingdom, and
Germany.
'Vnthraclte coal comprises about
one-third of the total exports and goes
almost exclusively to Canada. For 1
the bituminous Canada is also a Large 1
customer, taking eight and a halt
millions out of the twelve millions
tons exported In Uie eight months
ending with August
During the calendar year of 1903
coal exports amounted to 127,000.-000.
ENGLISH COACHING OPPOSED
New Haven. Conn . Nov. 7 -The
question of whether or not Yale uni
versity will continue English coach
ing methods for its crews will bo
determined within a few days, when
a formal announcement is expected
from Captain Denegre Early In the.
fall the statement was made that i In
English methods woo'C no used again,
but since the defeat by PrlndptOD
there has been a change of opinion
no
FACING UNDEFEATED ELEVEN
State College, Pa, Nov. 7 The
Pennsvlvanla State college football
team lined up against the undefeated
eleven from Notre Dame hero today
TAFT PAYS STATE
TAX ON $150,000
New Haven. Conn , Nov 7 Former
President William II Taft holds se
curities valued at JlnO.OOO, accord
ing to lists filed with the state treas
urer In responge to the demand that
government state, municipal and mis
cellaneous bonds, subject to a state
tax, and therefore exempt from local
taxation, be registered. This list a
Wholly outside the federal Income tax
registration The state receives a
2 per cent tax on this list of securities.
UNIQUE LEGACY
FOR ART MUSEUM
New York, N Y., Nov. 7 A unique
legacy has been left to the Metropoli
tan museum of art, the collection of
postage 6tamps valued at S25O.0OO be
longing to the late Max E Berm
heimer. It will be the first collec
tion of its kind in the Metropolitan
museum It holds more than .".O.nn.i
varieties, distributed in forty-nine vol
umes Oo
BANKERS' MONEY
MAY BE CONFISCATED
Vera Cruz, Nov 7. One hundred
and eighteen boxes of silver pos
each valued at about $3000 forward
ed here by Hugo Scherer and com
pany bankers of Mexico City for
shipment on the steamer Mexico,
were seized yesterday by government
officials It is asserted by the au
thorities that under tho law prohi
biting such exportation the money is
liable to confiscation.
The same steamer has on board
more than half a million in gold and
silver bars, shipped by banks of
Mexico City
PANAMA TERMINALS
TO COST LARGE SUM
Washington, Nov 7 The Pacific
and Atlantic terminals of the Panama
canal will cost a large part of tho
remaining $37,000,000 to be appro
priated for that waterway, estimates
of the bulk of which already have
been submitted to the house com
mittee on appropriations The $37,
000,000 will make up the total of
$373,000,000 contemplated as the to
tal cost of the canal
The estimates provide for dry
docks, coal pockets of concrete sunk
below ihe sea level and planned so
as to keep bituminous coal from dis
integrating. The hous? committee will have
hearings on the remaining Panama
canal Items with a view to incor
porating them In the sundry civil
appropriation bill early in 1014.
oo
AUSTRALIAN OUT OF RACE
Boston, Nov. 7 A bad spill put
Paddy Hehlr of Australia out of the
race with a hroken collarbone in the
six-day bicycle rac? last night. His
teammato Grenda will try to secure
a new partner taking the customary
loss of a lap Imposed in such cases.
The score at the close of the night a
racing at 2 a. m . showed the lead
ers to have made 906 miles 8 laps
The Coburt-Carman and nan-('orry
teams were one lap behind the Kefo
Kopsky team, two laps behind the
leaders.
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