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G THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 18 1910
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RAINCOAT
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THE Raincoat is so useful and so stylish a gar
ment that it will be popular for years to
come
A Raincoat or Light Weight Overcoat as you
Preferits either or its both
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1 t New models with the new Military Collar that
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buttons close around the neck
A splendid Storm Coat
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Good looking well tailored fabricscut roomy
y and of good length
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The Raincoat will always save other garments
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2413 Washington Ave
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I f 1 This will Stop Your
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Savo 2 by Making This Cough
Syrup nt Home
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This recipe makes a pint of better
cough syrup than you could buy
readymade for 250 A few doses
usually conquer the most obstinate
cough stops oven whooping cough
quickly Simple as It Is no better
remedy can bo had at any price
Mix one pint of granulated sugar
vlth 12 pint of warm water and stir
I for 2 minutes Put 2M ounces at
Piuex fifty cents worth In a pint
r bottle then add the Sugar Syrup It
has a pleasant taste and lasts a fam
l ily a long time Take a teaspoonful
I t every one two or three hours
I i You can feel this take hold of a
cough In a way that means business
Has a good tonic effect braces up tho
I appetite and Is slightly laxative too I
I which Is helpful A handy remody for
i hoarseness bronchitis asthma and all
f throat and lung troubles
The effect of pine on the membranes
j I Is well known Pinex Is the most val
i uable concentrated compound of Nor
I wegian white pine extract and is rich
I In guiaicol and all the natural healing
I i pine elements Other preparations
will not work In this formula
This Pine and Sugar Syrup recipe
j has attained great popularity through
I out the United States and Canada It
has often been Imitated though never
i I I successfully
I A guarantee of absolute satisfaction
11 or money promptly refunded goes
with this recipe Your druggist has
I I I Plnex or will get it for you If not
send to Tho Pines Co Ft Wayne Ind
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I I t cJOCIETY
i I ENTERTAINED JUNIORS
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Last night Mrs J M Shaw and Mrs
Harry Hales delightfully entertained
the Junior class of the Young Ladies
Mutual Improvement association of
the Seventh ward at the homo of Mrs
Shaw S04 Twelfth street
The evening was charmingly spent
lu music feasting and general social
recreation and before the party clos
ed it wan arranged to have a Jolly
Halloween party and the details of
the party were decided upon Mem
bers of the class who attended that
f party last evening wore the Misses
I j Julia Martin Ruth Baker Olive Jones
I I Melba Read Lean Barker Gladys Far
i ley Elizabeth Carr Myrtle Fair Jell
i Shaw Lorlnda Youngstrom Ella
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Jones Florence Reeve Myrtle Knud
son and Alice Reeve
FOR MISS COVINGTON
Mrs Charles I Fisher and Mrs
Lou Jones entertained at a parcel
shower Friday evening at the latters
homo M2 Thirtieth street in honor of
their sister Miss Edith Covington
The rooms were tastefully decorated
In autumn leaves carnations and
chrysanthemums A pleasant evening
was spent in various games after
which dainty refreshments were serv
ed The invited guests were Misses
Enda Peirson Vera Ohlson Zclla
Rackham Ida Knowles Lula Do La
mater Ada Carr Belva Tribe Edith
Covlngton Deulah Lauer Mrs Cross
by Mrs Stone Mrs Harold Tribe
Mrs Joe Willett Misses Susie Flor
once and Ycrna Covington
CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY
The childrens Aid society will meet
with Mrs X F Craig at her home
4S3 Seventeenth street next Friday
afternoon Oct 21 at three oclock
Matters of some Inportancc will he
discussed and plans for future work
considered A full attendance is ex
pected
ST JOSEPHS SEWING SOCIETY
The ladies of the St Josephs Sew
ing society will meet Thursday after
noon with Mrs Thomas Fitzgerald at
St Josephs hall
The Pythian Sisters Birthday club
will meet one day next week with
Mrs C A Ecklund and Mrs Mac
beth for the Initial number of a series
of card parties that will be given this
season
Mrs John Reed formerly a promi
nent and wellknown club woman of
Ogden Is now In the city renewing
old acquaintances Mrs Reed will
give an Interpretive Reading at the
Congregational church this evening
and many of her former friends ex
pect to greet here there
Mrs W M Jeffcrs leaves Saturday
for North Platte Nebraska from
which place she will go to Chicago
to remain for some weeks Mrs Jef
fers has a large number of warm
friends in Ogden who will regret her
departure and hope for an early re
turn
f APPLE DAY AT TREMONTON
Brigham City Oct 1SThe Bear
River valley people are trying to mako
arrangement for an apple day cele
bratlon which If inaugurated will be
an annual event just like poach da
Is in Brl ham Cit Tho matter Is
being talked of In Tremonton at which
place It will be held if the matter is
looked upon favorably
ICAMPAJGN OPE 1 S
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U WEBER COUNTY
Democrats Declare They Will Not Haul the Voters to Register or to
thel Polls Republicans Are in Headquarters in the
Maule Block
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The generals of the two political
parties of Veber county arc now In
their camps busily engaged framing
he campaign and getting their work
Ing forces Into lino According to
the statements of tho two leaders the
I campaign will not be particularly vig
orous but it will be through in a sys
I tematic canvass of the voters of the
county in an effort on the part of each
I to poll the majority vote on election
day and withal the chairmen state
the campaign will be free from mud
slinging and Salt Jjako political tac
tics
Chairman Dye of the Republican or
I ganization and his secretary Harold
Packer have established headnunrt
ers in the George E Mule building
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on Washington avenue between Twen
I tvthird and Twentyfourth streets
and the preliminary work of the cam
I pnlgn is well in hand Canvassers are
already In the field looking after the
o interests of the party and the voting
I strength of the party Is being tabu
lated as rapidly as possible Every
I precinct in tho county is Qping given
attention and no voter will be over
looked by the district workers
Chairman w 1V Dro vi lag of the
Democratic side of the political con
troversy has moved Into headquarters
In the Orpheum block on Washington
avenue between Twentyfifth and
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I Twentysixth streets his secretor be
ing W B Wilson The carpenters
are still at work arranging tho quart
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COURT
C W Voigt formerly a clerk In the
Ogden office of the Electric Supply 0
Fixture company was arraigned In
I police court this morning on the
charge of embezzlement He was in
in
rights and his preliminary hearing
I continued i
Voigt is charged with having
1 fraudulently appropriated to his own
I use 100 from the treasury of his em
ployers while he had charge of the
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1 I ORACLE NSIS GLOBE JOIlE
a ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM MONDAY AFTERNOON
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I I THIS LIST OF EXCELLENT FEATURES ASSUR ES THE LOVERS OF MOVING PICTURES A
WEEK OF PLEASURE
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i I ORACLE ISIS
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i I The Touts Remembrance I The Big Scoop
I An Edison Story of a Metropolitan Newspaper
1 r 1 The Iconoclast The Kentucky Pioneer
How the Seed of Discontent is Sown Selig Feature Story of the Early Days in the Old
I Corn Cracker State
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White Mans Money Indian Curse
Two Waifs and a Stray Vitagraph Feature
A Story of the Influence of the Whites Upon the
Ouonkos Vow Redskins
Scenes in the Celestial Empire
I An Edison Indian Feature of Puritan Times A Vivid Picture of Life in Shanghai
LADIESRemember we have a fine selection of Souvenirs for our Souvenir Matinees Wednesday
at the ORACLE and GLOBE and Thursday at the ISIS
Every Souvenir we give away now is worth
l more than the price of admission Dont forget the two daysWednesday and Thursday
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ers for use but all will be completed
this nffernoon and tonight at S oclock
the candidates on the Democratic tick
et will he calloll into council The
thing of greatest Importance to he act
ed upon according to the statement
of Chairman HrownSnK will be the
levying of an assessment upon each
candidate for money to defray the
expenses of the campaign The con
sideration of district workers will al
so receive attention
Wo are not yet In shape for real
good work said Mr Brownlnc and
our campaign has really not begun
There will he no hurrah on our part
I but wo anticipate making a good care
ful canvass of the situation and aro
determined to poll every vote we can
We are not going to hire rigs to haul
people to the registration offices or
to the polls The Democratic county
state plntfm its declare against this
practice and wo propose to put It Into
practice even before a law regarding
the matter Is made Democratic vot
ers will have to furnish their own con
voya nee to reach the registration of
fices and the voting places
Chairman Browning stated that the
campaign in Weber county will be
opened ill Hooper next Friday even
ing when Judge Krlckson candidate
for congress and Mathonanias Thom
as a Democratic spellbinder of Salt
Lake will hold a rally The following
evening Saturday the same gentle
men will hold forth at Ilimtsvllle
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GRAT SALT LAKE
I 500 YEARS AGO
Investigation to Determine the Relative Annual Precipitation in the
Great Salt Lake Drainage Area Before the Coming of White
I RaceImportant Data to Be Obtained
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The present behavior and past his
tory of Groat Salt Lake Is attracting i
more and more attention each year
and is now tho object of a special in
vestigation by the United Statos geo
logical survey The United States
weather bureau precipitation records
beginning In 1863 present a compar
atively accurate record of the levels of
Great Salt Lake dating back to the
year 1850 In 1850 the lake stood at
u feet In 1SC8 the water rose to 11
feet dropped to 75 feet in 1S73 and
IOBC again to 11 feet in 1S77 The
lake then gradually lowered until the
water stood at 21 feet in 1901 and
22 feet III 1005 Since 1005 the water
has gradually risen reaching the 6
foot mark hi May 1910 The lake
is now falling
Many millions of dollars have been
spent in the construction of railroads
I and resorts over or near tho shores
ot the Great Salt Lake If any data
can be secured which will enable olic
to make a reliable prediction as to
the behavior of the lake ten years in
advance the Information would be of
inestimable value It will bo neces
sary to dclciminc whether or not
there are regular periods of wot and
dry years also to determine the time
intervening between two wet and two
dry periods To determine this point
one should have precipitation records
dating back ono hundred years or
I more Taking for example a for
est tree which Is some distance fro 11
a flowing stream and one which re
I ceives no moisture from artificial
sources It Is believed that the annual
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giowth of this tree would bear a dl
icct relation to the amount of pre
I cipitation which Jail during the win
ter just prior Ibi the growing season
I The amount of growth made during
each year may be determined by meas
uring the thickness of the trees an
nular rings The temperature during
the growing season would have Its ef
fect upon the growth of the tree and
it is therefore not expected that the
data obtained from measuring the
thickness of annuiaua ings would give
reliable records for successive years
where there is ilttle variation In the
I annual precipltrtljon It seems reason
able to believe that the high normal
and low years can be determined
I The forest service has extended its
assistance in this Interesting imcstl
gallon by cutting a big tree from the
I Big Cottonwood drainage area which
lies ten miles southeast of Salt Lake
I City This tree is beween four and
five hundred years old A section will
I be cut and polished in order that the
thickness of the annular lings may
be easily measured A thorough
study will be made of the first sixty
annular rings and a comparison made
with the sixty year record of the lev
els of Great Salt Lake If a definite
relation can be determined showing
that a certain amount of precipitation
produces a ring of certain thickness
this relation can then be applied back
to the center of the tree and an esti
mate thereby secured for the annual
precipitation for a period of four him
dred to five hundred years An effort
will be made to complete this study
during the next three months
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companys books He was placed un
der arrest at the home of his parents
in Salt Lake City about three weeks
ago after an inspection of the books
showed that there was a shortage in
the office accounts After his arrest
it is stated that Voigt made state
ments to the police incriminating
some other persons Just what those
accusations were or whom tho per
sons claimed to bo accessories are
has never been given out officially bj
the policy and will probably not bo
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made known until the preliminary
hearing
When arraigned Voigl said that he
was not ready for his hearing and tho
case was continued the prisoners
bond being fixed at 500
RAYY 6ALE
ON TE
LAE
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A gale in which the wind reached
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almost a hurricane velocity raged on
the lake last night between Z and 11
oclock but did no damage to an > or
I the railroad equipment on the Ogden
Lucia cutoff
The wind blew at a rate of from
fifty to sixty mile per hour and con
siderable anxiety was felt by the
watchmen employed by the Southern
Pacific lest the high waves wouk
damage tho trestle or fill Invcstiga
lion this morning showed that tho
rightofwny had been In no way af
fected by the heavy blow
I CORONER INQUEST
AT LOS AN ElES
Los Angeles Oct ISThe coro
nets inquiry Into the cause of tho
death of thoso who met their fate in
tho dynamiting and burning of tho
Los Angeles Times building and plant
was begun today Twent ono men
are known to have perished In the
Tunes holocaust
Tent bodies were taken from
the ruins and one victim F Church
I ID Eldor the assistant city edltor
net death In leaping from the build
ing to the street
I am satisfied all the bodies have
uccn recovered said Coroner Hart
well toda
The first witnesses examined testi
fied merely to facts which would OB
lablish the actual facts of death
CONCRETIN l
CANAL IN
CANYON
E P Ellison president of the Dav
is Counties Canal company re
turned his morning from a trip over
Nevada and will make an Inspection
trip to the big Irrigation ditch tomor
row morning
It is the pIll of Mr Ellison and
Chief Engineer W M Boiluph to In
spect the canyon and to have the can
yon work started at once The work
which Is necessary In Weber canyon
consists In moving 10000 ions of rock
At one point a projecting ledge of
granite estimated to weigh 1500 tons
will he blown into the river with one
blast of powder Tho most difficult
part of the engineering work will bo
encountered in building the canyon
part of the canal While the bed of
the ditch is of solid rock at this point
the rock is so porous > r1 that much of
the water soaks through and finds Its
way buck to the river To eliminate
this loss the canal will have to ho
concreted Its entire length although I
to the casual observer the rocky sides
and bottom would be sufficient to
hold the water
In the Inspection trip Messrs Elli
son and Bostaph will he accompanied
by several members of tho engineer
ing staff
OrRPHEUM BILL A
PLEAS8NG ONE
The bill at the Orpneum this week
Is composed of acts that are new 1
and novel being quite out of the or
dinary run of vaudeville acts and the
combination Is most pleasing Mr
and Mrs Erwin Connelly present ono I
of tho finest dramatic sketches that
has ever been seen in this city Tho
title of which is Swealhcarls Mc
Kay and Cantwell have a novel satire
entitled In the Great White Way
which is full of good comedy and dan
cing The whole show is good and
must be seen to be appreciated
TRESPASSERS
HI LOCAL
YARDS
Five men three of them mechanics
were arraigned in policy court this
morning and sentenced to pay fines of
5 each or serve live days in prison
for trespassing on Southern Pacific I
property The men were arrested by
Watchman A Loysen who appeared
as the complaining witness
The prisoners were not vagrants In I
appearance but seemed to be men who
were familiar with work and more
prosperous circumstances They
were arrested in tho railroad yards
while waiting for freight trains to
leave the city Each of them pleaded i
guilty to the charge of trespassing I
and were all returned to tho prison to
serve out their sentences The rail
road officer was not called to the
stand and none of the mon was ques
tioned in regard to the circumstances
surrounding his particular case
The men gave their names as Will
Baker Pat Murphy D Thorp Walter
Leggett and Bramwcll Cox
MAY LOSE lifE AS
RESULT Of BURNS
Her head and body a mass of burns
as he result of the burning of a can
of turpentine at her home Mrs Ma
tilde Work of Wcndover 120 miles
west of Salt Lake on tho main lino
of the Western Pacific ralhoad was
rushed to Salt Lake City Monday af
ternoon on a special train and tak
en to tho L D S hospital whero sho
is now in a dangerous condition The
run from Wondoer to Salt Lake was
made In the remarkable fast lime of
two hours and thirty minutes no
stops being made or about forty
eight miles an hour This is the first
time since the opening of the road
that the Western Pacific has develop
ed any high speed
According to the Information at
hand some boys placed a can of tur
pentine on a stove In the Work home
It caught fire and Mrs Work carried
the blazing oil from the home Her
face head arms hands and body
were badly burned It was at once
seen that her condition was serious I
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made up to convey her to Salt Lake i
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MiddleStatcs Losing
According to Census I
Rural Population
Washington October lSThe cen
sus for the state of Illinois announce
ment of which is expected within two
or three weeks will show a decrease
in the rural population according to
i the prediction of the census officials
who likewise anticipate a falling off
in the rural population of Indiana and
Ohio and possibly other middlewest
ern slates from which tho returns will
come In their alphabetical order
Tho Michigan census which was
given out in advance of other states
on account of the elecllon laws that
wore to be affected showed a marked
falling off in many of the counties
More recently the decrease show
ing In Missouri exclieed much com
ment
Reasons given for tho decrease in
the rural sections of Illinois the show
ing of which is in prospect are
Improvements In farm machinery
Wealth of the farmers who with
their large holdings do not care to
divide them Into small farms and
who are sending thor boys to the I
west to take up new land In the less
settled regions
The natural city drift about which
so much has been said also Is an cle
ment but the experts think the trite
explanation lies In a combination of
the reasons given above
It is pointed out that practically all
the land in Illinois is now occupied
The improved farm machinery en
ables the farms to be worked without
so much manuel help as previously
The farmers seeing the land all
I taken up do not want to break up
their big holdings as they would have
to if they kept their boys near home
They are looking ahead to a greater
value of the larger estates
Of course the urban increase will
make the state as a wholo show n
substantial growth
WAGES Of
TEAC ° F a RS
New York Commission
Recommends Increaser
of r JOO000
New York Oct ISA New York
City commission appointed by > the
I board of estimate and apportionment
has been studying tho problem of
school teachers salaries for nearly a
year The commission has just pre
sent d Its report recommending in
creases of 1700000 of which 93 por
cent Is to go to women teachers and
only seven per cent to the men
Tho commission has studied public
school conditions not only In Now
York but in most of the larger cities
of the United Stales During the last
fivo rears It finds teachers salaries
In the 25 largest cities of the coun
try have boon Increased 20 per cent
but in New York they have remained
nearly stationary The amounts paid
In New York however are still far
above the average The beginning
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wage of SGOO at present allowed in
New York is regarded by the com I
mission as not properly speaking a i
living wage and an Increase to 72o < j
ig urged
One of the principal subjects takrn
up by the commission was a cornparl
son of the work of men and woinra
teachers They took the records of rl
300 teachers half of each sex in
rooms fought i > men attendance pro
motions wore slightly better lien
teachers were found to he tardy moro
frequently than women bt the wo
men were absent two and a half timer
as much tho total of the absences of
all teachers In the greater cit
amounting to a million hours in the
course of the school year Women
teachers remain in the service long ± r
than do the men The proportion of
men has been steadily increasing for
a number of years
DOSE TURNED ON I
THE PRISONERS
I Fresno Cal October ISThe seconl
night of the socalled free speech
campaign Inaugurated by the Indus
trial Workers of the World brought
eight arrests In the business section
last evening A freeforall fight oc
curred when the officers appeared 03
the scene of the speechmaking Twcn
tone arrests have been made thus I
far
After being locked up In Jail the
prisoners raised a disturbance by
singing and shouting but were flU Ie
ed when a hose was turned upon
them
MASSACHUSETTS DEMOCRATS
ARE TO BE REUNITED
Boston Oct IS Charles S Ilomllr
one of the aspirants for the Demo
cratic nomination for governor will
retire from the contest nt noon today
This leaves Frederick Mansflel I or
Boston as the regular nominee who
was named with the understanding
that he would withdraw before 5 p
in Thursday r
Congressman Eugene N Foss has
already taken out nomination pi
pers as a Progressive Democrat but
Mansfield has stated that he will
withdraw In favor of Foss
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of Chiropractic have consolidated our offices of Chiropractic and we are located at 407 Eccles building
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