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H g i iv ( , .DLN S i ANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY NOXTMBF.R H, 1913.
I GLOBE TODAY AND
'THE MAN WHO
Kaiem Two Reels.
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CARLYSLE BLACK WELL
I MARIE SAIS
j I and a good Edison Comedy that will
i plea? the children
I J , ISIS
I SeliK's Two-Part Production,
i This feature 13 one of unusual merit
j and beautifully pictured in two reels,
featuring Bessie Eyton.
I I VETERAN ROWER
V TO COACH YALE
Experiment With English Sys
tem a Failure Harriman
Suggests Former Tutor.
j New York, N. Y., N'ov. 11. James
I ; 1 W. Ten Kyck, the veteran rowing
I : ' coach at Syracuse, will be engaged to
' ' , coach the Yale crews next spring, ac
1 1 ; cording to gossip in sporting circles
I ', ! here. A meeting of the Yale row
I ing committee will be held iu this
j ' city within a few clays and it is ex
1 pected a radical change in the Yale
I navy will be announced. Including
the engagement of Ten Eyck.
Yale's experiment during the last
few seasons with the English system
I or rowing haB been deemed generally
a failure, as the Eli crews have been
II consistently defei l bi Harvard On
ly two weeks ago Yalo'B English
1 stroke again proved Ineffectual
I against Princeton on Luke Carnegie
I Alumni and undergraduates are said
j J to have been aroused In opposition
to further experiments with the Enj
llsh system which has Included the
adoption of English shells and Eng
lish oars, as well as English training
methods. It comes from unofficial
I circles that W. A Harriman of New
j York, who Is the head coach at Yale,
has himself came to the conclusion
that the English stroke will not dj
The veteran Ten Eyck is one of
the young Harriman tutors, and it is
said Harriman himself has suggested
the selection of the Syracuse profes
sional. If Ten Eyck is engaged, his
position will be one by which he wlU
work In conjunction with graduate
coaches, although he would probably
ave full say in the rowing policy.
: At the Utah Agricultural
I I College, Logan, Utah, from
Nov, ,18th to March 28th.
J .Open to all, Jrite for inf or-
'London Company Adopts Im
proper Methods in Placing
Marconi Shares on Market
London. England. Nov. 11. The
committee or tin- London stock ex
change which has been considering
the scandal In American Marconi
shares, today suspeuded for five year-.
th- three senior partners of the stOCK
brokerage firm of Hey bourn and ('mil
The committee found thafr th firm
adopted improper methods In placing
the shares on the market.
Ileyboum visited the United States;
in company with Godfrey C. Isaacs.
manainK director of the Marconi
WireleFs company and brother of Sir
Rufus Isaacs, now loro chief justice
Thl3 visit occurred just when the
deal between the American and Brit
leh Marconi companies was consum
mated. The report of the committee of
the stock exchange was posted this
morning. It acquits tne other brokers
i connoted with the deal. Including
Grenfell & Co.. brokers of the Am
j erlcan Marconi company, and expres
sed the belief that they acted in gcod
BOARD TO CONSIDER
167 BASEBALL CASES
Columbus. O.. Nov 11. When the
arbitration board of the National As
sociation of Baseball leagues met this
afternoon one hundred and sixty-sm-en
cases were on the list for conH'd
eration, according to a statement
made thl6 morning by Secretary
I Treasurer John S. Farrell of Auburn.
In addition to fil.ng his annual re
I port, Secretary' Farrell presented the
new demands of fho fraternity of
baseball players. Christy Mathew
son's name heads the li3t of signers
to the arguments presented by the
Belated arrivals today were George
I Tcbeau and Joe Tinker of Kansas
City, William Armour and Louis Na
bin of Milwaukee, and Walter McCreo
dy from the Pacific coast
Another big Eagle dance,
Saturday night, Nov. 15.
New York. Nov 11 The National
Housewives' league already claims
encouraging results in the campaign,
begun yesterday against the high
prices of eggs. Mrs. Julian Heath,
the president of the league, and
eleven other women spent all day
yesterday canvassing the city to
yearn what effect the league's "ul
timatum'" had had. and they assert
ed today that all of the stores had
cut off at least a few cents from the
prevailing high prices. In some
places the best storage eggs were
selling as low as 33 cents a dozen,
against 37 cents, the low figure for
Saturday. In some of the higher
priced stores, however, fancy eggs
were held as high as 75 cents a
. SPOKANE, WASH.
NATIONAL APPLE SHOW
On November 14. 1F and 10, Round
Trip Fare of $33 45 will be In effect
from Ogden to Spokane, via Oregon
Short Line, tickets bearing return
limit of November 30th.
City Ticket Office, 2514 Washington
BERT SPENCER INJURED.
Salt Lakes Nov. 11. Bert Spencer,
Star center fielder of the Salt Lake
twisoball team, was caught between
James J. Gleason.
James J. Gleasor. is Chicago's
bewly appointed superintendent of
police He was given the appoint
ment because lie has always been
good at obeying orders, and Mayor
Harrison wishes to run the Chicago
two freight cars at Garfield yesterday
afternoon and received a fracture of
the right shoulder. He also was se
verely cut about the face and head,
but his Injuries are not considered se
rious. He was brought to L D. 3 hos
pital last night L)r. J. C. Landen
berger is attending him
Spencer went to Garfield soon af
ter the close of I he baseball s&ason
rJiis year and has been employed
there since as a brokemen on the
Ilingham & Garfield railroad Tho
accident occurred while he was coup
Dr. Landenborger said last night
that the accident would not cause hln
any permanent injury.
NEW HAVEN BOND
ISSUE IS ILLEGAL:
Providence. R. L, Nov 11 A deel
sion that the proposed $67,000,000
bond issue of the New Haven railroad
will not be legal In Rhode Island, was
announced today by Bank Commls
sioner George H. Newhall The Is
sue, he says will not comply with the
state law which require that In such
cases the earnings of a corporation
shall be twice the Interest charges.
Under this decision trust companies
In Rhode Island cannot carry the
bonds as assets and savings banks,
cannot buy them at all.
YALE CONFIDENT OF
New York. N. Y., Nov. 11. An un
usual manifestation of confidence in
the Yale football team Is being shown
at the Yale club in this city, whore
some of the members have prepared
a long telegram, which will be sent
to Captain Ketcham this week The
message will be signed by several
Captain Ketcham Is Informed that
the Yalo men in this city have so
much confidence in the team that they
an? certain that it will defeat Prince
ton on Saturday, and Harvard on the
following Saturday. The message a1
so expresses regret to the Yale lead
er of having lost many valuable play
ers through injuries
It is the general impression among
Yale men that the team has at last
found Itself and with an army of
coaches at New Haven to put on tho
finish, the team will come fast to
its top form for the game at Prince
ton on Saturday.
Last time tonight, Edison
Talking Pictures at the Or-pheum.
I you know--
Vjflj that t is almost a year since I came to Ogden and located in the Jewelry
I '- -m buiiness at 384 Twenty-fifth Street?
yw When I first opened, people came and told me that my competi-
f'wJ tors said I would not last three months. Well, it is almost a year, and
I I &m showing no signs of quitting. In fact, every day for the past
three months my business has grown so that I have had to double my
, --VCmi j stock, and every day I am being convinced that my place is here
: CI and that by doing the right thing by every customer, that my business
I . will grow further.
fef 1 carry the most reliable kind of Jewelry Only, and I want to say I
that success here has been due to giving everybody a square deal.
1 guarantee everything I sell, from a pin to a Diamond Ring, to
M&m lve absolute satisfaction, and I am only too glad to make good any-
WM thing that does not.
Mm ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION IS THE FOUNDATION ON
I WHICH I BUILD MY BUSINESS.
tjSSKt Won't you give me a chance to prove it?
I HARRY DAVIS
H' The Popular Priced Jeweler.
H 384 Twenty-fifth Slrt. OGDEN, UTAH.
I j fhe Store With the Guarantee"
SECRET SERVICE :
Wide Search for Registered
Mail Thieves Throughout
Chicago, in Nor. II. Theft of
money and jewelry valued at $10,000
from a mall sack was disclosed by
James Stuart, postoffice Inspector
here, today. The crime is alleged
by Colonel Stuart to have been com
mute! by Albert Tardy, a mall wagon
The theft occurred yesterday. Tnr
dy collected five mall sacks contain
lng registered packages at the South
Water Btreet. Masonic Temple and
Stock Exchange substation
Suspicion was aroused when the
wagon, cc'.itaining four of the sacks,
was found abandoned at the Union
station. These sacks "Contained $4000
In money and gems which bad not
Hardy's u Ife was found today with
eome difficulty as Tardy had given
his address at a number which proved
to be a vacant lot. She said that Tar
dy visited her tor a few moments last
night; told her that he had stclen
! $10,000 from a mail sack, find would
write to her as soon as he had es
caped "across the border"
Chicago. Nov 11. Government se
cret service operatives and postofficc
j Inspectors are spreading a dragnet
I through tho middle west today for
tho thieves who stole the contents of
threo bags of registered mall In the
down town district yesterday after
noon. The daring theft, supposed to
amount to many thousands of dollars
caused a sensation at the Chicago
The sacks were stolen from a
wagon that made the rounds of the
stock exchange. Masonic Temple and
South Water street branch postof
fices. The driver of the wagon was
A. Tardy and he is said to bo miss
ing. The number in West Van Buren
street which he gave as his residence
Is a vacant lot.
MRS. TRAIN IAS
Instrument Releases Mrs.
Clarence H. Mackay From
All Claims Whatsoever.
New York, N Y . Nov 11 An
ncuncement was made last night by
Arthur C. Train, counsel for Mrs.
Clarence H. .Mackay, that the action
commenced In tho supremo court by
Mrs. Joseph A. Blake, against Mrs
Mackay for $1,000(000 for alleged
alienation of the affections of her hua
band. Dr. Joseph A Blake, was dls
At the time Mrs. Blake signed a
consent to the discontinuance of this
announcement, the announcement
read, "she executed an instrument
releasing Mrs. Mackay from all clalni3
of every description and character
Not one cent has been paid or prom
ised to Mrs Blake either by Mrs
Mackay or by anyone acting for her,
or on or In her behalf for the ill
continuance of the law ult or the
execution of the release."
Mr. Train refused to make any fur
ther comment of the discontinuance
of the suit, saying the statement was
self-explanatory, Qeorge dordon Bat
tle, counsel for Mrs Blake, said laoi
night he had absolutely nothing to
say concerning the statement Issued
l. Mr Train.
Russel H Landell, personal counsel
inr Mrs. Blake, and a member of Mr
Battle's law firm, later declared that
his ciient had received no monetary
consideration and that none had been
promised to her, therebv confirming
the statement made by Mr Train.
Trinidad Men Make Detailed
Confessions of Complicity
in Sunday Shooting.
Trinidad. Coio. Nov. 11. Six mem
bers of the group of strikers accused
of the murder of Tour members of an
automobile party en route from La
Vela to Oakvlow Sunday afternoon,
have made detailed confessions, ac
cording to reports received this morn
lng by Adjutant General John Chase
from Major Townsend at Walsenburg.
Charles Shepperd. a striker implica
ted by the five prisoners who confes
Bed yesterday, was arrested at La
Veta and brought to Walsenburg early
today. Soon after his arrival. Shep
pard admitted lus complicity in the
shooting, according to the militia au
thorities, and told a story similar to
the accounts related by the other five
lener.il Chase this morning receiv
ed a report that shots were fired In
I to Delagua last night from the hills.
The military guard at once set out
in an effort to rapture the attackers,
but they escaped.
The adjutant general this morning
reiterated his statement of last nigh'
that any Interference with the pro
gram bv civil authorities would result
In the lnmprlscnment of the officers
responsible and the establishment of
strict military rules.
Columbus. Nov. 11 John H. Far
rell, secretary of the National Asso
ciation of professional Baseball
leagues, today submitted his annual
report to the association ia session
here The report sts forth that tho
number of players drafted during the
year from the minor leagues by the I
major leases was 8R. of which the
National league drafted 45 and Amer
ican league 43.
Fifty-eight thousand eight hundred
dollars way paM on optional agree
ments and $7200 was paid on the
dratted players returnable under the
The amount paid for releases by
purchase of national association play
er was $188,250 and the grand total
received through Mr. Farrell's offlco
for drafted players, optional agree
ment players and released by pur
chase players was $481,500.
UTAH AGGIES MEET
Fort Collins. Colo.. Nov. 11.---Bright
warm weather prevailed today for
the gridiron contest between the
elevens of the Utah Agricultural
College and the Colorado Agricultural
college. Both teams were in condi
tion for a hard battle.
MET A DEFEAT
Pekin. Nov. 11 The Chinese
troops bave suffered a severe de
feat v.t the hands of the Mongolians,
according to a letter received today
:'rom Kalgan, near the Mongolian
border. Th? writer says the Chi
nese lost 500 killed and hundreds of
wounded sold'ers are arriving in Kal
gan. This battle will probably end the
fighting, as news reached the Rus
sian legation today that the Khan
has ordered the soldiers of Inner
.Mongolia to cease fighting
Marseilles, Prance, Nov n A par
ty ol J00 blueja' keis from the Un'-
ted States battleship Ohio left Mar
snilles for Paris today. Wheu they
return to their ship an equal number
of the crew of the battleship Vermont
will make an excursion to the Fren 1:
Wyoming Sails for Naples.
Malta, Nov 11 Tho battleship )
oming, flagship of the United States
squadron, visiting European ports,
sailed lrom here for Naples at 6
o'clock this morning.
Paris. Nov. 11 A large detachment
of bluejackets from the United States
battleships visiting Marseilles and Vil
lefranche arrived in Paris today on
u sightseeing trip
TO BE NEGRO'S PLEA
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 11 Peri
odlc insanity was the plea entered to
day In behalf of Burr L Harris, the
young negro, charged with the mur
der of Mrs. Rebecca P Gay, a Christi
an Science practitioner, who was beat
en to death in her office here two
months ago. Harris confessed the
murder wh'n arrested and admitted
also attempts on the life of another
The prosecution opened Its case to
day with witnesses who told of tho
precautions Harris tool'. to guard
against detection, counsel contending
that there was no evidence of insanity
shown by his acts to support the plea.
MORRIS WILL IS
Chicago Packer Left in
Hands of Trustees.
Chicago. Nov. 11 An estate of
f L'O.uimi.iiiiO wn?, left by the late pa It
er, Edward Morris, according to his
will filed in the probate court here
Charitable bequests total $315,000
among twenty -one beneficiaries nam
ed by the testators and others to be
named by the widow, Mrs Helen
Swift Morris, who is given $50,000 to
bo distributed among such charities
as she shall elect
The, largest bequest Is one of
$100,000 to the pension fund of lor"
rls & Company, of which the dece
dent was the hoad.
The remainder of the eHat goes
to Mrs. Morris and tho four children.
It Is left In the hands of six trus
tees w'lh th deciding vote, in case
of a tie, in the hands of Mrs. Morris,
who. with her two sons. Nelson
Swift Morris ajirl Edward Morris, Jr..
minors, constitute three of the trus
tees, although the two boys cannot
act until they have attained their
This disposition of the estate
makes Mrs Morris, who Inherited a
large fortune from her father, Gus
tavus Swift, the packer, one of th
richest, if not the richest, woman in
Chicago and among the. most wealthy
in th world.
Mrs. Morris' share in the estate
is forty per cent, the remaining 60
per cpnt going to the children. Rnth
Mae Morns. Helen Muriel Morris
and tho two boys. Nelson and Ed
ward. Tho tru6te--s will pay Mrs. Morris
an Income of $100,000 a year and
$2500 for each child until each has
reached the age of 17 years
SOCIAL EVILS CAN
BE STAMPED OUT
Minneapolis. Minn.. Nov. 11 Social
evils can be stamped oui as positively
and easily ns typhoid or yellow fever,
but it must be along scientific lines
and with the fullest recognition of
actual causes and conditions, said Dr.,
' ; - . -'t f!
MISS DALE WINTER
One cf the Charming Principals in the Big Musical Comedy,
"The Merry Countess," Orpheum, Tomorrow Night.
T I) Crothers of Hartford. Conn.. In ;
his address to the International Puri j
ty Congress today. "This can be
done by coercion, segregation ;md a 1
higher recognition of the causes which
exist in every community."
Dr H. E. Pratt of Chicago, described
the nerve forces of the liumnn sys
tem, at the morning session. His ad
dress related to Immorality In schools.
The conclusions reached by the
speaker were that much of the Im
morality In schools is caused by dis
arrangement of the nerves and should
be treated by a physician.
Rev V. II. Blanche. D.D.. of Daven
port. Iowa, rend an address on "How
To Clean Up a City." telling of the
civic federation's work of reform in
I Davenport and enunciating the follow-1
' lng rules of procedure under which,
jus campaign to produce law enforce
imcnt was carried out:
1. One thing at a time.
L Never go into court without iron
clad legal evidence.
?.. No compromise with the law.
The federation's persistent figh1
against illegal saloons, dives and
gambling houses were graphically r
lated by Mr. Blancke. who praised the
results of the campaign.
AMERICAN IN PARIS WRECK
Melun. France, Nov 11 The au
thorities here have received inquiries
Concerning an American. A. Magle, SO
years old. anfl stud to be from Cali
fornia. He is said to have been a
passenger on the Marseilles and I'ar
Is express, which was wrecked with
the loss of 39 lives by a collision with
a local train near here on November
Rome, Nov. li The bluejackets
of the American battleships Utah,
IV!avar Vermont and Ohio discov
ered today that they had been rob
bed of $12,0.0,0 which they enlru.-ted
to the care of a musician of the name
of Camcraszo, a former bandsman on
' the Utah. He was to have used the
money for the purpose of arranging
an excursion to Rome and an a idi
ence With the pope.
TO PROTECT DEPOSITORS
Nampa, Idaho, Nov. 10. The Pro- I
tectlve Association of the Depositors I
of the Bank of Nampa was formed
'Mr j Tru
here todaj for th. purpose of taking j BS
: uch sti pj in be possible to pro. J HE
t. ct the in i - oi the (lpusltore " s'
ii the Nampa hank, recently defunct, j T .
It Is pi ." -"'I ' levy an ement
on tho various depositors end to use jjy?'
Ihr imi In .in . flort to s-ecure lor
the d. in -i'it, tli" ;: whh h lha V
sure;., eompanv on th; bond of the
hank toinuil--ioner will be asked to j
Pay- nn :i-r
EMPEROR REVIEWS WARSHIPS. P3
i io. Nov 11. -Emperor N oshihlto fltiui
revh Red n fleet ol 55 JaptseM wj v.
warships at the naval stitlon at YojHpi
, isuka Th' - -' then earriej npt
out ! series of maneuvers The em- liters
perOT nil-mis m ni.iki- n "Tsonal f
of the entire Japanese fleeter- latre
BATTLESHI P URGENTLY CALLED liilf
ihi .1 i 'if hav -a-M
i Lou ' pati frora "
hMv to(!;i to Tuiain i' . pOllM tfl H
ed late lata nkht I i: i Arthur
the Unii' . MLiS'jlir
then-. The r lifiF. are believed
to be in very Strom '.- n' r Tin I
, . d at
auy time J
Rc ad the Classified Adv
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING V
The I i.r. - d V.'i b r rounded ,
Canal Co. j
NOTICE The An ,1 SlnckhoWj I
I.m !!! Wo!j I
i (nun lor ll
i-lection of director- '- - for UM fl
eniuii l f 1
i i i f . r'e. come
ih mi ei inr:, will be h-ld m
fice ol th.- cunpi'iiy. In
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Ooien, Utah I
r NY I-:. Secret iry. H
'.Vc have no vene-. cJ rattier n I M M
our reci r shop. It's all real "KH 9
tanned stock. I Jr
The Butler World's Ji
Master Product I i
The SfriBS. the D'ne-- and the is the butter world-? m-ister I
Dutt li all have eni I ible rep- ntff I -t
utaUos . I- tbeh fins cream Vo i ma scour this couniri . .
frmn end t. end. and e-iror
to , 1 L
Their cheeses and butters fn , r few ! wl 1
are the talk ..f the world v , t,ricl its eqOl. 1
At one time people thouht ,,s quality won't ar. .i-r
that really fine huttcr could point or two S
not bo produced in this coun- Absoluto purltj is '' br '
pa te istion. , a I
Jensen's Four-in-One Butter fair price the year rouna.
Jensen Creamery Co., Ogden