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2 THE OGDEN STANDARD OGDEN, UTAH TH L RSPA Y . NOVEMBERJ0, 1913.
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I Th very latest machine. 10 thm
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I iaJco the place Of the central d cnan?e9 prepa;r
machine requiring; skilled op
erators. Compare it with any non
It is aJso intended for office. Hater even the Costliest Lei
1 and stores where costly ma-
I chine are a luxury anyone us It See if any ma
The price is due to utter glm- chine oan serve better than this.
pllcitv, and to our enormous .
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work. we 11 send the machine.
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AMERICAN CAN COMPANY, CHICAGO
I I Sold in Ogden by PROUDFIT SPORTING GOODS CO. I
! 351 24th St.
FRANCE TO LIMIT
SALE OF LIQUORS
' Deputies will begin today the discus
slon of the bill to limit the number
j of bars, saloons and other establish-
I ments for the sale of distilled spirits,
j which already has passed the senate.
BR 3 Hahould ihow
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Ihrlj c u otu. rw? a c..
Hi I OGDEN I
II I SAVINGS I
H I BANK
II I I ECONOMY
looks like an uphill game when
J you first begin, and sometimes
1 it IS an uphill game, but It is
the road to Prosperity, and if
H you can preserve in your eeom
J orniea you will find this out
Some dav ou will pay Interest
I on your present extravagance,
j ' If ou put that money in the
BANK NOW, you can some day
1 i afford to buy the luxuries you
H crave without missing the
The nu-asure fixes the number of
bars at one per two hundred inhabi
tants. Deputy Jules Seigfried. a former
senator and ex-minister of commerce
in a report on the bill declares that
the consumption of alcohol has made
appalling strides in the last half cetv
tury and now averages five litres
(5.3 quarts) of pure spirit per head
of the population, which is equal to
thirteen litres of the liquor of com
There Is one bar in France for ev
ery S2 inhabitants, as compared with
one In 380 in the United States, one
In 430 in England, one In T.000 in
Sweden and one In 9000 in Norway.
The effect of the bill will be grad
ually to reduce the number of bars
!n Prance from 480,000 to approxl
BISHOP WILL NOT
Philadelphia. Nov. 20 Rev. Wil
liam T Capers, rector of the church
of the Holy Apostles In this city,
who has been elected bishop coadju
tor of the Protestant Episcopal dio
cese of West Texas, said today that
it was doubtful whether he would ac
cept the elevation. Dr. Capers re
cently was elected bishop of Spokane
at the general convention of the Prot
estant Episcopal church In New York,
but he declined the honor because,
he said, he had been too short a
time at hs present post to work out
the problems In his parish work
Discussing the new honor. Dr. Ca
' pers said
"The same reasons that led me to
decline the missionary bishopric ol
Spokane may now lead me to declln.
.this election. I am trying to have
perfectly open-mhid upon the sub-
WILL JOIN LOUISIANA.
I Vera Cruz. Nov. 19 The battleship
New Hampshire bulled from here to
day to Join the Louisiana at Tuxpam,
Inhere the situation is reported threat
enjng. The rebels are prepared to it
j tack the town again
1 Washington. Nov. 19 High offl
; Ciali of the Roman Catholic church
I gathered here today for a meeting
I of the trustee of the Catholic unl
j verelty. and to lay the corner stone
, of the new college of St. Thomas
aqulnas. the novitiate, and house of
i study of the Paullst Father.
Fortifications to be Thrown
Up South of Juarez by
El Paso. Tex . Nov 20 Fortifica
tions will be thrown up by the rebel
troops under General Francisco Villa
a' Los Medanos, a station 40 miles
south of Juarez, within the next few
days, and there General Villa will
i awati the approach of the Chihuahua
I federals, w ho are reported to have
' left Chihuahua, moving north.
! Villa will concentrato all of his
I force and artillery at the I-os Medi
j nos fortifications leaving 1000 men In
( Juarez to protect the town He in
I tends to personally conduct the op
erations at Los Medanos.
A detachment of 100 rebel troops
I from Juarez arrived at Palomas. Chi
I huabua. only to find that Maximo Can
tello rebel leader, whom they had
been sent to capture, had departed a
few hours before their arrival, with
his fifty followers.
New York. N Y . Nov. 20. Three
of the five paintings by Mrs. Wood
row Wilson that were on view at the
exhibition of the Society of Women
1 Painters and Sculptors, here, have
I been sold The other two were re
served subjects being taken from near
the Wilson summer home in Cornish,
The first of the paintings. "Autumn
Fields." was soid last week to a New
York connoisseur Today purchasers
'appeared for "Light and Shade," which
j went to a western collector, and "As
cutney" bought by the wife of a wide
ly known physician of this city. The
purchase price was not made known
In either case. The proceeds go to
the Industrial School for Boys and
Girls near Rome, Ga.
FIRST AUTO STAGE
TO ENTER YOSEMITE
Merced. Cal.. Nov 2u The first
auto stage into Yosemite valley from
El Portal, the railroad terminus,
made Its first trip yesterday, it cov
ered the distance, 14 miles, in an
hour and thirty-five minutes, as
agaiii9t four hours consumed by the
Beginning next spring auto stages
will be used altogether on this run.
Agitation for permission from the
government to use automobiles in
the Yosemite national park ha ex
tended over a period of several
NAMES TO SENATE
Washington. Nov 20. President
Wilson today made these nomina
tions: Ambassador to Russia Henry M.
Pindell of Peoria. 111.
Secretary of the embassy at Ma
drid Fred Morris Hearing of Mis
Charles W. Metcalfe, Jr. Memphis.
Dana Child, Spokane. Wash.
Clark McLain, Pacawena. Cal.
Secretaries of legation
Hugh S Gibson. Los Angeles. Cal .
at Brussels. Belgium
Gustave Scholls of St. Paul, at Havana,
SHIP WAITING TO
SOBER UP CREW
San Francisco. Cal . Nov 20 Off;
cers of the British freighter, Sant.i
Rosalia, or the Maple Leaf line, which
cleared for England Tuesday, and re
turned to port yesterday with eleven
of her crew of 41 locked up. and
guarded by armed men from Cnited
States revenue cutters, are plannir;
to sail again as soon as the insubordi
nate crew sobers sufficiently
While the vessel was in port here
some of the sailors stowed away a
quantity of liquor, with the result
that when she had crossed the bar
her captain suddenly discovered him
self with few able seamen Thf Santa
Rosalia cast anchor and later, when
her master realized that sufficient li
quor had been taken aboard to render
his crew unserviceable, for some days
she came back to port The vessel
was only a few miles out and re-en-
ftered the harbor without mishap with
ja short crew, 8f(er neip had been sum
1 moned rrom the United States reve
nue cutter service in the fear thai
a mutiny was brewing.
It was said today that the affair
would not be brought before the Brit
ish consul here, owing to the desire
of the Santa Rosalia's master to get
I under way for the United Kingdom.
UTAH CIDER WILL BE
THE OFFICIAL DRINK
Salt Lako. Nov 20. Cider made
from Utah apples will replace grape
Juice as the official drink for dinners
given by Secretary of State William
Jennings Bryan, if plans which have
been formulated by the commerce
committee of the Salt Lake Commer
cial club are carried out. Not satl6
fied with the success achieved, from
Utah's first apple day on Tuesday. the
commerce committee is determined to
accomplish -en greater things iof
The plon. which the commerce com
mittee hspe? tr submit to Sec re tar;
Bryan was suggested at a meeting of
th committee yesterday. It will be
necessary to present it to the board '
o; governors of the club, however, be-!
fore it can be adopted. It will be I
put before the board of governor
their next meeting. If the plan is ap I
proved a complimentary keg of cider!
from Utah will be sent Mr. Bryan.
Secretary of Navy Sals Cur
rency Bill Will Forever
Kansas City. Mo, Nov. 20. Secre
tary Uaniel8 praised President Wilson
for his stand on the tariff and cur- J
"The currency bill will stand forev
er between the American people and
such monej panic aa have been ex
perienced frequently In the past," he
President Wilson Is the most boss- I
ridden president we have ever had." I
he continued, "and the boss whose ,
every dictate he obeys is his con
science in determining great poll-1
cles his boss rules him. He Is weak 1
and powerless In the presence of the
boss a tool in Its hands
"One day a friend asked the presi
dent why he did not do a certain thing. ,
The president replied: 'I cannot do It.!
ray boss will not let me.' The friend 1
thought the president was perhaps re-
ferring to Mrs. Wll9on. when the
president added: 'My conscience Is
my boES.' "
Daniels Vie. ts Aviator.
St. Louis. Mp Nov. 20 Secretary
Of the Navy Daniels arrived here to t
day from Kansas City to spend a day 1
and evening touring the city and de I
lherlng addresses. He was taken to I
the home of Albert Bond Lambert I
the aviator, who has organized an
aviation corps and offered Its service;? j
to the navy department. Later, the
secretary went to the Jeirersou memo
rial in Forest park, where he was
greeted by David R Francis. Charles
W. Knapp and Charles F. Pettus.
Late this afternoon the secretary
was to address the Wednesday club,
an organization of women, and still la
ter will attend a reception given by
the Press club. Tonight he will ad
dress the Racquet club and about mid-
You can pay more for
fl wine than Gold Seal costs,
but you cannot get a
better champagne at any
jsav pnee. , Gold Seal
is the American
I N -Jr wine that proves
fljjjjll import duty to be
1 I W useless waste also
8mn8 a se ,m"
E5ftfrvsu pression oi superior
jf&Z&j quality by doubling
B Order A Bottle '
I Ott Or Ce Today
9M Special Dry Brut "
GoITvSFALI ' 'All urine- no doty' '
cyL YiZ, I Sold Evryuh,r.
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THOS C. FOLEY. Sole Distributor
m kuhn's sal
$100,000 Worth ot -m
Clothing for $60,000
Five more business daysR
and this sale will be a
thing ol the past. JM
New winter Suit and Overcoats coming in every H
day and going at Sale Prices. nHI j '
Now is the time tor you to buy your Christmas jH
Presents, when you can save 40 cents on every ?
dollar you spend. -
come Modern Clothes Avc- ih
In MIOP 2365
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night he will leave for Washincton.
Secretary Daniels, addressing an
organization of women here this af
ternoon, spoke of ' the new and bet
ter day-' that has come in political
Unreasoning Partisanship Ends.
"While men still are devoted to
their political faith." he said, "and
ought always to be. and to love their
parties, the day of unreasoning par
tisanship has passed. We shall more
and more see political parties en
gaged, not as armies regarding the
members of the opposite parties as
enemies, but vleing with the other to
see which party can be the best in
btrnment for the public welfare.
"Xo more are elections bought and
sold in America: contributions for
campaign purposes from selfish In
threats are under ban and while the
often are taken, public sentiment
'could not permit their acknowledge
ment, and the use of money In elec
tions Is growing less and less."
MAN LONGEST ON
U.S. PAYROLL DEAD
Washington. Nov. 20 With the
reputation of being longer in the gov
ernment service than any other man
In Washington, Archie Lewis, in
charge of the robing room of the
justices of the supreme court, died
here today. He had been on the gov
ernment payroll M years and con
U nded he had served two-thirds of
all the men who ever sat on the
bench of the supreme court He
came to the court in Chief Justice
LAND SHOW OPENS
Chicago. Nov 20 The Annual Land
show opened here today with exhl
bit showing products of every agri
cultural section of this country and
AT HIGH MARK
Principal Articles of Food Cost
More Than at Time in
Washington, D. c. Nov 2" Retail
prices of food were higher August 15
,than at any other time during the last
twenty-three years, according to fig
ures of the bureau of labor statistics
issued today. Retail prices of the
principal articles of food In forty Im
portant cases, show that during the
year twelve jf the fifteen articles ad
vanced in price, while only three de
Comparison of retail prices on Au
gust 15 1913. v :th prices on nam0
date in 1912. chows potatoes advanced
20 per cent, bacon. 18 6 per ceif
smoked ham, 17 6 per Ctut; eggs. 12.6
per cent, round steak, 11". per cent
sirloin steak. lu2 per rnt; pork
chops. 9 3 per cen . hens. 7 per cent;
lard. 8 1 per cem ; rump roast, 8.9
per cent, butter, 5.7 per cent, anl
milk. 2 7 per cen
Sugar declined 7. 9 pr cent; wheat
flour. B.I ner cent, and corn meal
2.7 per cent.
When the price i ot each of the fif
teen articles of food Is considered a3
to average consumption in workmen's
fsmilies. retail prices on August 1"
1913. were 6.1 per cent above the av
erage price for the 10-year period.
1890 to 1R99. 8 0 per cent above the
price on August 15. 1902. and 14 J
i.er ion1 above the price on August
CLAIRVOYANT8 TOUNO GUILTY
Chicago, Nov. 2". A verdict of
I guilty against .lames H .in and C'P.
H.-rtsche, leaders of tne Clairvoyant v '
rng I-.' :;- ,n Judge Walk-
r 6 court h-rc- -odav The men Wt i
charged with swindling Mrs. Hp L. 1
McEMowiih ' N,.v Siiiem, Wla, Mt'l
of $r..f."' The defendants will d- I
1 main: .i new : r . a I The offeBM of 1
, which the;. Tnre mn . icted call! ttf I y n
j iniprlonmenf from one to ten jetrt- M r,(,
Special Reduction I
Ladie?' Suits, Coaf Dress-
es. FursaafnT "
Join ou':fo', list of sat-
isfied customers by opening lout
a charge account.
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We njv? no veneered either THRjr
our repa r hop. lt all real 0 W fcous
tanned stock. V
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