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f U 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1913. L-
IS iMl KUHN'S m
$100,000 Worth of Clothing
Two more business days and this sale will be a thing of V
the past. I V
New Winter Suits and Overcoats coming in every day and J CTB
going at Sale Prices. b: fifctffl
Now is the time for you to buy your Christmas presents, I
when you can save 40 cents on every dollar you spend.
Est. 1868 KUHN'S V
I Modern Clothes
I i MEXICAN HAS
1 1 1 MADEJSCAPE
j Lopez Gets Through the Cor
don Formed by the
j Many Posses.
;! Salt I,ake: Nov 24 At I o'clock
I M this morn ins onf automobile load of
I deputies left Jones ranch to begin 3
I hunt through trip Pelican Point re-
'A glon where Lopez Is believed to be
J hiding Another automobile load of j
'3 deputies left Mosida at 4 o'clock for
'v the same point Other posses wlli
M' lftave at 6 o'clock from both points
converging at Pelican Point.
Raphael Iopez. thf Mexican, is
still ahead of hl6 pursuers who be
lieve they have corraled the man at
Pelican Point and have him hemmed
In In such shape that hl9 only escape
would bo by boat over Utah lake Sev
eral boats are along the lake shorn
near the point, and It Is thought that
the man may try that method or may
even have tried it last night as It Is
estimated that he reached the Onyx
mines, near the point at dusk
For a part of the way ypsterday
Ixipez s trail was marked wlfji
blood in his left shoe track The
theory was advanced that the mans
left foot had frozen and that thp flesh
had cracked and was bleeding How
ever, later In the day the blood marks
disappeared entirely and then the
deputies were Inclined to think their
earlier impressions werp wrong It
is now believed that the man klilod
a rabbit in the mountains and tied
the animal to his belt The blood
from the animal is thought to have
I; I We make the gro-
I cer's prices; both prices,
fW4 tie one e buys-at, the
B one he sells-at, are fair.
II I We make his terms in
Hi I) one particular: he returns
y a dissatisfied customer's
j - money and tells us; we
send him the money and
A 1 2c more for his postage.
1 his is fair.
I Complaints are few;
II there are some.
Sbillinr,t Beit wmi orfirit definition of monerbwrt.
91 A Schilling & Company San Francisco
I I Prepare for Christmas
9 Your Gifts should be chosen with care.
SB Take your time over it, don't be rushed.
H Now is the best time to choose them,
while stocks are complete.
I r Out stock of Jewelry is the most ap-
H propriate for gifts, as it is the most ar-
H and durable, and will reflect the
H good taste of the giver.
98 Our qualities are the highest.
H Our Prices the lowest.
HB: Come in today; make us prove it.
I HARRY DAVIS
I "The Popular Priced Jeweler"
384 25th St. 384 25th St.
I The Store With ihe Guarantee
run down his leg and oer his shoe,
making thr- marks In the snow.
That the man was tiring seemed to
be evident from his dragging toot
steps as night drew n-ar. and H is
.expected that today will bring the end
of the hunt.
In addition to the hunt for Iopez
'the deputies have other worries. Labt
night Deputies Oliver S-dprstrom of
Pelican Point. Deputy Sheriff Atha
Williams and Deputy Henrold of Eu
n lu Elton Cooley of Lehi and Irwin
Henry Of Dehl were missing and It
is thought that they are Ion in the
I he last 6cen of SederBtrom was
When he took to the trail of the ban
dit as it led toward Pelican Point at
noon yesterday Cooley and Henry
disappeared yesterday morning in
I Soldier iass and havp not been heard
I from although theories are advanced
that they may have gone either to
I Fairfield through the pass or have
j followed the trail 01 L,opez into Peli
Lopez could aptly be called a hu
man coyote from his tactics, though
his movements lack some of the CUD
ning that characterizes the pirate
I beast of the plains.
As darkness covered the scene of
(the man hunt last night. Lopez bad
returned to almost the same point
1 where he was Friday night after D8
! murdered three of his pursuers
Left Hiding Place
During Saturday night, Lopez evi
i flently left his hiding place in the
ledges north of Soldier pas and went
up onto the west side of Lake moun
tain His trail was followed by the
posse that left Fairfield and another
posse headed by Deputy Sorenson and
Sheriff Henrj F.ist of Utah county.
The Fairfield posse, according to
William Thomas, who returned to
Fairfield last night, traced the trail
to the top of Lake mountain Then
they discovered thai it led down the
hill into Cedar valley.
From ( edar valley they traced it
through Soldier p;iss, a cross the
south end of Lake mountain, passing
j the Duvall cabin and into the county
road on the shore of Utah lake near
the Cnoley ranch, about five miles
j north of Mosida In the county road
lit was difficult to follow it, as the
! snow had melted and the man wtxs
walking in the road. Darkness stop
ped a further search.
Last night therefore, it was prac
tically certain thai Lopez was either
dragging himself along in the bitter
I cold along the top of Lake mountain
going northward or was resting m
the east side of the mountain between
Cooley s ranch, w Inch Is five miles
north of Mosida. .nd Pelic&D Point
Another posse from Bingham has
st.irted toward Five Mile creek to
prevent a possible es a p. to the north
A posse from Salt Lake will head off
a possible escape along the went shore
oi the lake in the vicinity of the shoo'
ing at Jones's ranch. Posses from
Mosida will press toward the ban
dlt from the south.
At 5 o'clock yesterday morning the
chase was taken up from Mosida,
where Sheriff Smith sent out the poss
es who had assembled. Automobiles
and horses were used in placing the
deputies at the several points where
the trail was to be taken up.
DOWN IN ZI0N
Salt Lake. Nov. 24 Frank Ogawa
is dead and Yarshir Shimoo charged
with Ogawa's murder. Is in the city
Jail, as a result of a shooting which
occurred at a Japanese restaurant at
31 Richards stroet. at 1 45 o'clock
this morning Both slayer and slain
are Japanese. Shiraa said that UU
shooting resulted from a quarrel
which he had with Ogawa over 8om;
Ogawa was shot through the brain,
the bullet entering tb back of his
head and coming out directly over
hl eye. Two shots were fired. Marks
of only one shot could be found on
Ogawa's body. One shot probably
went wild as a bullet was picked up
In the restaurant booth where the
No witnesses) were present at the
shooting according to Shi mo Was.i
Iwamoto. proprietor of the restaur
ant, was In the kitchen when she
heard the shots She hastened to
the booth and saw Shimo standing
over Ogawa. whose body lay across
the table with blood issuing forth
from the bullet wound
Confesses to Officer.
Srnruo left the restaurant and ran
to First South street. Thence he
continued east on First South, run
ulng slowly. He was met at Com
mercial street by Patrolman A. D.
..Murphy, who stopped him. He told
, Patrolman Murphy he had Juet killed
. a man. Ho offered no resistance
w-hen the officer look bim lo the po
Ogawa la pinglo and as far as ran
be learned has no relatives in Salt
Lake. He waa formerly proprietor
of a restaurant at 20 Commercial
stiwt. but has recently been em
ployed as a messenger. Shimo mmo
to Salt Lake a few days ago from
Sparks, Nevada. He said last nlgln
that he was without funds and it is
thought that his quarrel with Ogawa
resulted from an attempt to borrow
! money, but S21.S5 was found on Shi
1 1 mo
Shimo told his story and after he
I h.-yl finished he broke down and wept
H. D. Muzuguchi, 30 years of age.
reported at the po1,ce 8tA,lon wUh
a weapon which he said he picked up
( from the floor of the booth where
I the shooting occurred. No other gun
, was found
Shimo went with the police lo the
I rear of the restaurant where he said
he dropped the pun as he Jumped
over the fence, but it was not found.
I the supposition being that some one
picked it up after he dropped it Ho
also showed a bruised shin which he
said he had Incurred In Jumping over
i a fence
Sergeant Seigfus eald last night
that he remembered the man who is
held for the shooting, and that he
was a gambler and a bad man when
he was here about two years ago
AT GRANT'S FUNERAL
Bingham. Nov 23. Funeral serv
ices for Chief J W. Orant, who was
killed on Saturday by Lopez, the Mex
ican fugitive from Justice, were hel.l
here this afternoon in Canyon hall,
with the Rev. .1 T. Godwin officiat
ing and Bingham lodge No 10. I. O.
O. F in charge. Iocal member of
the Knights of Pthiaa order also at
tended. The funeral was the largest ever
held in Bingham, nearly all of the
citizens of the town paying respect to
the memory of the dead officer. In
his funeral sermon, the Rev J. T
Godwin devoted attention t. the na
tural immigration law, his criticism
going so far as to declare that were
it not for defects in the statute such
men as the murderous Mexican would
not ie permitted to enter this coun
try. The bod of Mr Grant was taken to
Salt Lake this afternoon and is now
in the care of the Eber W Hall under
taking establishment. Services are to
be held at the Hall parlorr. at noon I
;on Monday under the auspices of the j
Knights of Pythias order, and with
the Re P A SImpkin as speaker In
tennent is to be in Mount Olivet cem
etery Monday afteroon.
To Our Lady Customers.
Haing just returned from a sev
eral months trip to California, where
I have studied the designing and mak
ing of ladles' tailor made suits. I
wish to inform my Ogden customers
and patrons, that I will open with a
first class tailoring shop in Salt Lake
City, December I, at 5.1 AYest Broad
wav where I will be pleased to re
reive orders from my old customers
I will be in a position to serve you
better than ever.
Pares will be paid both ways to any
lady who may contemplate ordering a
By PETER ANDERSON.
PEONAGE IN THE
London, Nov. 2m The British
foreipn office was notified tda by
the Ami Slavery BOClet that atroci
ties declared to be far worse than
tJjose which occurred at Putumayo
have been practiced by representa
tives of Brltlch rubber companies in
South America. The direct tnf.-.rma
tlon was furnished bj an Englishman
who has had wide experience in the
tropics and in whom the foreign of
fice has great confidence
It is asserted that an extensive
peonage system is being oierated in
the Zeni and Acre territories alonp
the Brazilian and Bolivian borders and
the destruction of human life is said
to havo been greater and the punlsh
meut more cruel than under the old
slave system. The informant states
that hundreds of women hae been
flogged, numerous murders of Indian
rubber workers committed and many
of the nathes committed suicide rath
er than fare the torture of the white
men. He said that a number of Knc
lishmen. representatives of British rub
ber syndicates, have been unknowinc
ly involved in the exploitation of the
Indians and then the leaden of the
slae system have prevented these
men from leaving the country
It Is said that the same men im
plicated in the Putumayo are respon
sible for the horrors in this district
and to one of the men is laid the re
sponsibility of instituting the infamy
of semi-drowning. which usually
proves fatal. Forty women and
young girls are said to have been
stolen from Putumayo. while man
others have been sold Into slavery.
GOING TO WASHINGTON
Farmlngton, Nov. 23 The Davis
county board of education today
grantew a leave of absence for three
weeks to Professor P J Sanders, su
pervisor of agricultural Instruction in
the county schools, who will go to
Washington to attend the convention
ot Boys' and Girrs' club- to be held
there In December Professor San
ders will accompany Professor J. C.
HoKenson of Logan and the winners
of boys' and girls' prizes, and will
be abson.t till late in December.
EXPENDING LARGE SUMS
Pocatello. Nov 23 Another step
in the construction work bore by the
Short Line in preparation for the
final bnullding of a depot was Insti
tuted yesterday when ground was
broken for the new record building
for the railroad here This Is to be
a concrete building of one story. 40x
80 feet In size, and will be large
enough to preserve all the records of
the Oregon Short Line for a great
number of years. Conduits for all
the wire lending to this building, as
well as to the location of the now
FOR THE THANKSGIVING TABLE
i Fresh Pineapple, Brussels Sprouts, Lettuce, Leeks,
Cauliflower, Egg Plant, Artichokes, Wax Beans,
Parsley, Spanish Onions, Sweet Potatoes, Celery,
Tomatoes, Spinach, Radishes, Green Onions, Casawbas
Grapes, Cucumbers, Grape Fruit and Young Beets, Tur
nips and Carrots.
Fresh Eggs Ranch Butter
3 25th HARRIS GROCERY CO. PnnC9 2215 2216
! depot, have been laid during tho last
It Is confidently expected that an
nouncement concerning the new
depot will bo made before long
Meanwhile the construction of the
paint shops and other buildings,
which Increased the work of the
shops vitally, at a cost of WO 000
is advancing rapidly. Double, track
lng Is new interlocking system went
Into effect at the entrance of a 1428
toot tunnel between Fossil and Kem
merer which is too narrow for dou
OREGON SHORT LINE
Tickets on sale November 2hth and
27th vlth return limit of December 1
For rates and furthor particulars, ap
ply at City Ticket Office. 2514 Wash
STAGE UPSETS AND
SEVEN ARE INJURED
Bingham. Nov 23. There was a
nerious runaway here this afternoon.
I when the Upper Bingham stage.
drawn by four horses, came down the
j canyon, carrying passengers toward
I the railroad station
The stage was driven by James
! Levy, who had several trunks with
; him In the driver's seat. Just as the
vehicle was nearing the police sta
tion one of the trunks fell forward
from the seat and struck one of the
horses This frightened the animal,
whose plunging started the other
horses. Down the steep canyon they
ran at a hair-raising pace, and at a
sharp turn in the road the stage
Levy, the driver, was badlv bruised
,?nd was taken to the local hospital
Tom Pappas was Injured In the back
and had one of his hands cut Mrs
John Rogers, an aged woman, was
the most severely injured and she
now lies at the home of Mrs Edward
Clays. She sustained a large cut
across the top of the head and in
juries to her back Sadie Alder's
right shoulder was broken and she
was Kent to Salt Iake for treatment.
.Mamie Morris and May Reynolds
were bruised, but were not severely
hurt. so far as is now known Nellie
Degraw sustained a bad cur across
the left eye and both legs were badly
Drs. J S. Flynn. F K Northrup
and A. R Anderson attended the ln
nired persons. The train to Salt
Lake was held In order to permit
conveyance to Sadie Alder and Nellie
Degraw to the capital. Dr. Northrup
SULZER NOT BUT
OF HIS TROUBLES
New York. N Y . Nov 24 - The
methods by which wealthy corpora
tions and contractors were "sandbag
ged ' during the Sulzer regime will
be revealed to the grand Jury tomor i
Filmore Condit. New York agent for.
the Union Oil company of California,
la expected to tell of his transactions!
with James K Mctluire, former ma j
or of Syracuse, and heavy stoekhold
er In tho Barber Asphalt company
Condit has declared that an attempt
Wtt made to hold up his firm by glv
ing the Barber concern a monopoly of
state road work
District Attorney Whitman hopes to
get an indictment, against McCnlre
and also to connect former (kernor
Sulzer and Highway Commissioner
Carlisle with the pot to give the Bar
ber company n monopoly in supply
ing the state and the contractors hold
ing highway contracts Stephen Clark
millionaire friend of Sulzer, will be
called to tell of the conference at
tho Cooper house last July, at which
It was planned to give the Barber
company a clear field.
It was after this conference that
Condit declares he was approached
by James K McGuire with a propo
Bition that the Union Oil company pay
George McGuire 1 per cent a gallon j
commission and contribute $6000 to
the Democratic state campaign fund j
in return for being permitted to par
ticipate in the blddlnK for highway
contracts. Condit found that the
1 per cent commission to be paid on
the quantity of asphalt to be furnished
would amount to $15,000. Condit
decided to drop the proposition. Al
though McGuire suggested a high bid.
Mr. Whitman expresses no alarm
over the alleged purpose of the Os
borne Investigation to obstruct the
work he has already begun.
EVERY SEAT SOLD FOR
New York. N Y . Not. SI. Mr
Emmelino Pankhurst. leader of the
British militant movement, will end
her American tour tomorrow night
with a farewell address at Carnegie
Every seat has been sold.'' said
Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont today, "and
the success of the meeting Is assured
There Is a little standing room left
Mrs. Belmont refused to comment
l on a signed statement by Anthony
iComstock in a morning newspaper In,
which he asserted that he would take
steps to have Mrs. Pankhurst de
ported "if she persist In violating
the laws of the state or country by
selling or mailing her Indecent and
'Tet Mrs. Pankhurst answer Mr
Comstock." said Mrs Belmont. "She
is capable of taking care of herself.
I do not care to enter into a contro
In her farewell address, Mr? I'ank
hurst will sum up the arguments for
woman's suffrage as she sees it In
this country and In England
TO GIVE SOCIAL
Provo. Nov 23 Tho Norwegians
of the city will give a social and
dance In the Sixth ward social hall
Friday evening fort he benefit of
the Norwegian-American memorial j
gift fund. An interesting program
will be presented In which Professor
A. G. Lund, Professor J R Boshard.
Profeasor Moses S. Gudmundaon, Mr
christian Frolsland and others will
Read the Cia66lPed Ads.
HOLIDAY GOODS j
Moderate in price.
Make your own assortment.
2463 Wash. Ave.
Phone 38. L
1 1 1
Ogden and Salt Lake City !
East and Return.
Kansas City. Mo ... $40 00 !
St. Louis, Mo 51 00
Chicago. Ill M SO
St. Paul. Minn . . 5?. ho
Peoria. Ill f5 4n
Memphis, Tenn. . 69.85
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Dates of Salp November 22nd and 1
24th December 20th and 22nd
Return Limit, days In addition
to date of sale Stopover permit-
For Further Information Address
E B. LEIS.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe It y .
2SS Judge Building.
Telephone Wasatch 1121
Salt Lake Cltj. Utah
Round Trip Excursions
East and West
nCMVBR jPIO ARA1NDB
Chicago and return. . .$59.50
Omaha and return . . . 40.00
Kansas City and return 40.00
St. Louis and return. . 51.00
Denver and return. . . . 22.50
Nov. 22. 24; Dec. 20, 22.
Limit 90 days.
San Fran, and return. .40.00
San Francisco and return, via
Loi Angeles 40.00
San Francisco, returning via
Low Rates to other points.
Nov. 22. 24; Dec. 20, 22,
29th. Limit 60 days.
Electric Lighted Sleepers, Din
ing Car Service, Best Any-
F. FOUTS. Agent. Ogden.
L A. BENTON G. A. P. D..
Salt Lake. U
Brigham City, Nov M Ai
search that lasted from 5 o'rW L
terday afternoon until n
and from daylight until 11 Qlrtt
day. the body of Roy Ho fill
young man who Ua droL. DM
Bear river, m dl.covC K ,a M
--t. p;rf. ;,h ., ,.-. uy to-
tho place when ho drovned fr0tt ' A
At 11 o;clock today. Hotu, !
was but 22 years of a au!'
to cross Bear river with' th "
cr men. Lee FMtr Ward cf ot" j
and Virgil Hoed, half a nH,AbuiB.
of Corinne. using a srna1 JVD i
leaked The crart rapidly
water and In midstream T a,
man and Hej fnm -o Xrft v
Lee Felter was carried half , 3
down stream through the cold ... !
and although badly weakened
recovering - " 1
Roy House wa iho Ron 0f unH
Hons-, one of (he eArlv PrT
Corinne. and has a sister residing? fitffi
Bingham. Nov. 23 -James Gordoa
Smith, the 5-raonths-old ton ofl?l
and Mrs I K Smith. dhl hUl If '
of Infantile troubles. The bodv
taken , o Salt Lake this aftem g
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