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I THE EVEI(ING " STAND AUD, OGDEN, UTAH, BATUBPAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912. 15 H
i Terms Cheerfully
ff It Is a pleasure to know that we
lcan bo of assistance to you when
I Mhuylng new apparel. We know that
!tjyou will appreciate thlB accommo
(Idatlon because wo do not advance
jfth prices. We sell to you Just
the same aa If you paid cash here
Without exception we are- show
lug one of tho finest exhibits of
women's stylish apparel In the
city. We want yo to come In and
2346 Wash. Ave.
J SOLE AGENT FOR
rThe coal that makes the least
clinkers. Put in your winter
urapply before the prices ad
Svance. Ask for Floresta.
CLARA BERGES j
IDEAL SITUATION 1
EXPERT ATTENDANCE 1
184 23re SL Pi ne r53 1
Medical, Surgical and Obatot. 1
rlcal Cases Taken. m
Phone 321. 408 25th Street
Wo have tho largest van 'n the
city. Quick aervlco. Moving, ship
ping and handling pianos. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
ing a specialty. Storage at reason
I 322 Twenty-fifth St. 5
1 Special Dinner 25
I Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. "mi B
Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m.
H Lee and Foon, Managers 3
HOUSFCLEANINa IN ALL ITS
BRANCHES. Wallpaper cleaning,
kalsomlnlng. painting, upholster
ing, furnlturo repairing by expert
workmen Charges reasonable.
Residence 2223 Washington, Phono
Office, Phone 1344-J.
l BISMARK HOTEL
12B 25th SL
, Sanitary Gas Cooking.
Merchants Lunch 25c.
OQDEN TURF EXCHANGE
3001 Washington Avo.
Direct -wires to Butto, Anaconda,
Havre de Grace, Lexington, LouIb-
Tllle, Windsor, Latonla and Juarez
ThlB room haB the only dlroct
Bervlco to all tracks. Phone 313.
Special Dinner . 25c
Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Dinner from 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.
TOM HOY, Mgr. 284 25lh SL
-I "WE FIX ANY DAM THING."
ill Blcyolfra, motorcycles and auto-
(II mobile work. M
:l ALL WORK GUARANTEED. B
t I OGDEN NOVELTY WORKS,
l I 2576 Wash. Avo. Phone 794
j Leaders in Styles for IIon
Buchmiller & Flowers
5 2461 Washington Ave.
W. L. WHELAN
Artistic Piano Tunor. Case and
1 action work a specialty. Phono
'jf Head the Classified Ads.
For Editorial, fleva nd Soolety
Department, Call Only Phone No
For Subscription and Advertising
( Department, Call Phone No. 56
"Tho Powor of One Man's Influ
ence," as shown In ono man's ability
to Influence his day and place, Is Sun
day night's themo in First Presbyteri
an church. Special miiBlc.
Has Been on Mission Ilelmer An
derson, the son of Hagbert Anderson,
returned this morning from his mis
sion. On the trip from England to
Utah, he was in charge of a party of
10 experienced girls to peal toma
toes. Utah Canning Co.
Hour of Services The Evangelical
churches will commence services Sun
day night at 7:30 instead of S.
Llla Jost, voice Instructor; pupil of
Alexander Heinemann and Hof Ca
pellmelstcr Lowe. 5C1 22nd street.
Five Cases Diphtheria Reports
come from tho county board of edu
cation office that the diphtheria epi
demic in Warren is Btlll serious.
There are five coses, and tho school
will remain closed for another week.
10 experienced girls to peal toma
1 toeB. Utah Canning Co.
' Suspended Sentence Although he
I answered the description of the man
I wanted in Logan for an assault, the
Logan officer who came to Ogden to
identify him did not take John Young
back. The man was arrested for
begging and ho was tried on that
charge this morning. He pleaded
guilty, but asked Judge W. H. Roeder
for permission to go to his home In
Brlgham. He promised to leave at
onco and the judge suspended his
A good canvasser or solicitor want
ed at tho Standard office at onco;
Nest Warming The Ogden nest,
Order of Owls, held their house
warming In their new Quarters last
night Nearly 200 persons enjoyed
the short program and the delicious
lunch which was served.
There's a photographer in town
whose name is Tripp, 320 1-2 25th sL-
Idaho Falls Visitor Benson Scott,
formorlv of Ogden, but now living In
Idaho Falls, is visiting friends in Og
den. Wanted Boy with bicycle to deliv
er. Watson-Tanner Clothing Co. --
From Richmond G. L. Funk of
Richmond, Utah, Is registered at the
Chicken Raisers Fre3h ground
bone daily at Washington Market. --
Departs for Oakland Anna G Mad
den left Ogden today for Oakland,
Cal., over the Western Pacific.
Wanted A house girl, a good place
and good wages for a good girl. Mrs.
Culloy, 2579 Monroe. Telephone 1715.
I In Salt Lake Miss Leila Rich and
Miss Florence Wright are visiting
Miss Dorothy Cannon in Salt Lake.
There is no other Butter quite as
good as B & G. Everybody say3 bo,
so It musL be true
Steamers to Havana The local of
fice of the Southern Pacific railroad
has received notice that vessels of
that company will resume their trips
between New Orleans and Havana.
They were discontinued eomo time
ago "when the bubonic plague was
rampart in Havana,
Old papers fcr sale at this offlco;
25c per hundred.
Williams Estate In the matter of
the estate of Susanna Williams, de
ceased, Sarah Williams Chrlstensen.
a sister, has petitioned the district
court for letters of administration.
The petition relates that Mrs Wil
llnms died intestate at Ogden Sep
tember 29, 1912, leaving $959 on de
posit in the Ogden State bank. Tho
amount will be divided among five
Call 303 when you want beer, wines
or liquorB. Folev'a
Taken Under Advisement Argu
ment for dismissal of the case of the
case of the State against Gcorgo Wil
son was concluded last otcning and
tho court took the matter under ad
visement until Tuesday morning.
Investigate our froe introductorv of
fer on beers, wines and liquorB. Fo
ley's Ptomaine Poisoning G. S. Wood,
chief druggist at the Carr drug store,
has been confined to his room with
ptomaine poisoning. Ho Is somewhnt
CaL 421 for the news, odltorial and
society departments of tho Standard.
Going to 'School S. Clyde Balti
more departB this ovoning for Chicago
to resume his studies In the dental
school of the Northwestern univer
sity. Klrkendall Undertaking Co.. Mason
is temple. Phone 150.
From Boise C. S. Gunnell and wife
returned to their home hero today
after a vlalt in Bolso, Idaho.
Myers Auto for hire. 8tand, Elite
Cafe. Phono 72.
Editor-In-Chief Joe L- H1U, Jr.,
wl:-" is well known in Gs'den, where
he has vlsliocl frequently, is now editor-in-chief
of the Megaphone, a
newspaper published by the students
of the Southwestern university at
Non-descriptive ticket; Kansas
City, SL LouiB, Springfield, 111., for
sale cheap. D. P., care Standard. --
Another Tourist Claiming the tltlo
of "champion newsboy," Albert Dow
ler arrived in Ogden yeBterday. He
1& walking from Erie, Pa,, to San
Francisco for tho purpose of earning
money to pay his way through col
lego, and ho Is also gather material
for a book.
J F. Snedaker, Dentist, moved to
2457 Washington avenue.
Pensioned Charles T. Husbands
of Salt lako, tho oldest engineer in
point of service on tho Oregon Short
Lino, has received word from G. K.
Smith, secrotary of the board of pen
sions of that road, to call and get his
. first check. Husbands worked for 40
years without a wreck to mar his roc-
ord and was retired on a pension
April 1, 1909. Sirico his pension
amounts to $62 a month, tho check to
be given to him is for $2,784. He is
6J years old and first entered the ser
vice as an engineer on the Utah Cen
tral which afterwards merged Into the
Teachers' Vacation A composition
In verse, intending to show how each
of the academy teachers spent their
vacatlonc was read by the author,
Mrs, Lottie Kunz, member of the We
er academy faculty. The reading was
given before a general assembly of
students, Thursday morning, and was
much enjoyed by them.
Apples Injured Considerable dam
ago was done to tho apple crop of
Weber county yosterday hy tho high
wind. Hundreds of bushels of the
fruit were blown from the trees and
the farmers have been working to save
the fallen apples. The damage was
heaviest In tho Riverdalc and Pleas
nnt View districts.
Challenges Sacos Walter John
son, the Kansas wrestler, was In Og
den again last night and repeated hlB
wiBh to meet Pete Sacos In a match
for a side bet of anything from $50 to
$250 and the gate receipts. Ho claims
that he challenged Sacoo last night
and offered to post a sldo bet, but
that SacoB refused to cover his
Edl6on Educator Ogden Is Includ
ed in the list of cities whore tho Edi
son moving picture machine, designed
for the education of children by means
o pictures, is to be demonstrated.
The machine is called the Edison
Homo Kinetoacopo in which a film
Ib used that contains 210 pictures to
tho foot. Eight feet of this film con
tains as many pictures as 1,000 feet of
Now Passenger Trains Commenc
ing next January, two passenger
trains de luxe will bo run over the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, the
Union Pacific, via Ogden, and the
Salt Lake loute via Salt Lake, be
tween Chicago and Los Angeles. Tho
eastbound train No. 4 will bo called
tho "Chicago Special" and the west
bound train will be known as the "Pa
cific Limited." They will run daily,
fully equipped with every convenience
Thc3e trains were taken off bIx
months hgo but aro to be reinstalled
becauso of the traffic.
Mr and Mrs. A. Zlnk of Ogden came
to Garland Friday of last week and
have been visiting friends here. They
loft Thursday for American Falls,
Ida., where Mr. Zink,. In connection
with H. Boyd of this city, has pur
chased the livery and feed staples
formerly owned by Frank Barnard.
Mr. Zink will manage the business and
buy and sell horses and mules In thnt
locality. Garland Globe.
Tho Garland Globe Mrs. O. L.
Winters called ub up over tho tele
phone Thursday night, Informing us
that a sweet little bab girl was loft
on the doorstep at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs Burdett Smith of Ogden,
Tuesday night of this week Mr. and
Mrs. Smith took tho little one in and
will care for her until she matures
to noble womanhood.
Mrs. Mario Thatcher aid daughter
Miss Harriet of Logan spent last Sun
day and Monday in Ogden.
C. A. Charlcton, accompanied by a
party were In Brigham this week
looking oer farms.
Mrs Sarah Lorlraer and Mrs. E. R.
Hadloy of Brigham visited friends in
Ogden last week.
Home Again Mrs. A Topence has
returned from Los Angeles and other
places of interest In the southern pan
of California. She met many of t&e
old Ogden people and had a very
pleasant visit, but was glad to get
home, where she can get a drink of
Advertisers must have their copj
for the Evening Standard the oveninc
before the day on which tho adver
tisement is to appear, in order to in
Arrest Persons Renting
Houses to Be Used for
Chicago, Oct. 5. Tho firBt warrants
for tho arrest of persons charged
with ronting property In this city for
Immoral purposes were issued today
and were given to officers for serv
ice. They are for Harrison B. Riley,
president of the Chicago Title and
Trust company and Justin M. Dall,
treasurer of the company. Both aro
prominent in business and society.
A summons for tho Chicago Tltlo
and Trust compauy also was issued,
the charge in all three instances be
ing that the corporation and the men
named, are trustees of the property
leased for Immoral purposes.
Suite's Attorney Waymen announc
ed that on Monday fifty or more in
formations for the arrest of property
owners would be filed.
It Is the intention of Mr. Waynion
not to proflccute the inmates of the
ATTEMPT TO KILL
Winnipeg, Man , Oct. 5. Private
advices that an attempt had been
made laBt night in Vancouver, B. C,
to assassinate Sir Donald Mann, the
vice presldenL were received at the
offices of the Canadian Northorn
Hallway company today.
According to the meaHages, a man
giving hlB name aB Salvadoro and a
member of the Industrial "Workers of
the World, fired a shot at tho vice-
I president while the latter was stand
ing In a hotel coridor. Mann's valet
attacked tho assailant and caused the
shot to go wild.
Oborlin 13, Cornell 0.
Swarthinore 22, Lafayette 0.
Pennsylvania 16, Dlckbon 0.
Army 7, Stevens 0.
Princeton 35, Lehigh 0.
Yalo 21, Syracuse 0.
Second period Chicago 15, In
Final Harvard 19, Holy Cross 0.
Final Wesloyan 7, Bowdoln 6.
N&Y7 7, Johns Hopkins 0.
Ships Leave New York
With Men and Arms
New York, Oct. 5. The stearaor
Macedonia sailod today for Piraeus
with ten thousand rounds of ammuni
tion, many tons of powder and four
hundred fighting mon of tho reserve
army of Greece aboard. Within an
hour sho was followed by tho Martha
Washington with more than 1,000
fighting mon aboard, and it was an
nounced that a third vessel, the Ma
donna, would sail on Monday with 700
moro Greek resorviBts.
Nearly 1,200 Greek reservists, eager
to return to their colors and partlcl
partlclpate in tho expected war with
Turkey, were left on tho pier when
the Macedonia Balled. Officials of tho
lined had planned to carry 2,000 pas
sengers aboard, but the United States
inspectors allowed only -100 to board
Nearly overy passenger on both
vessels paid his own passage,
amounting to about ?37. All came
from New York and vicinity.
George Couzaulis, an officer of the
Pan-Hellenic union, said that approx
imately 20,000 trained fighting men
would sail fro Greece within the next
Fames Bryce, British
Flight in East
Manchester, Mass , OcL 5. From
the seat of an aeroplane, James Bryce,
British ambassador to the United
States, obtained a bird's-eye view of
the Massachusetts north shore today.
The diplomat is visiting friends at
Manchester and among those who call
ed to pay their respects was "W. Star
ling Yurgoss, who swooped down in his
biplane Mr Bryce expressed a de
sire to make a fliehL The aviator
thereupon invited the ambassador to
accompany him on an aerial excursion
and Mr. Bryce took a 25-minute
flight. Upon landing he expressed
pleasure over his experience.
RIO GRANDE TO
Vice President Brawn of the Denver
& Rio Grande yesterday awarded to
the Baldwin locomotive Yv'orks of
Philadelphia, contract for si:: Pacific
type passenger locomotives at a cost
of $25,000 each, to be delivered early
in January, 1913.
These locomotives aro much larger
than auy before used In passenger
service on the Rio Grande, will haul
trains about 50 per cent heavier and
make much faster time. Some Inter
esting data in connection with the new
Cylinders. 2Gx2G inches.
Drivers, G7 Inches in diameter.
Working pressure, 185 pounds.
Boilers, G7 inches in diameter, ox
tended wagon-top type
Equlppedwlth Schmidt high-degree
Weight on drivers, 162,000 pounds.
Total weight of engine, 2G2.000
Weight of tender. 175,800 pounds.
Water capacity,' 14 tons.
Tractive power, 42,000 pounds.
These latest type engines will be
used In the growing passenger ser
LIST OF THE
The list of prize winners in tho
Standard freo cooking school contest
aro as follows.
First Mrs. Ben Scrlven, 2445 Mon
Second Mrs James Maher, 729
Third Mrs. James E. Fairweather.
2572 Van Buren avenue.
Fourth Mrs Lou PrleBL
First Miss Nellie Reno. 198 "West
Second Mrs. J. B. Koch, 131 Twenty-fifth
Third MrB Frod Herrlngton, 23 1G
Fourth MrB. C. B. Griswold, it 11
First Mrs. M. Vinnie,, 464 Twenty
3econd Mrs. J. Robeitaon, 2633
Third Miss Edith Child, 758 Twenty-sixth
Fourth Mrs. E. C Peerman, 619
First Mrs F. A. Nichols, 233S Wall
Second Miss Llzzio uonuon, ;mig
Third Miss Helen Kenney.
Fourth Mr3, Inez Hume, 2S24 Mad
First Mrs. Riley, Twenty-fourth
Second Mrs. F- Shuffelborger, G14
t Third Miss Marie Goodale, 23G3
Fourth Mrs M. G. Miles, 2415
De Palma and Mechan
ician Thrown From
Car and Will Die
Wauwatosa, Wis., Oct 5. Caleb
Bragg of Cincinnati won the fourth In
ternational grand prix automobile
road race today with a Fiat car.
Bragg's time for 409 miles 4.61G feet
waB five hours 59 minutes and 29 sec
onds. Bragg's average speed for the raco
was 68 1-2 miles an hour.
Bragg led after passing tho 355
miles post witfionly 55 miles to go to
finish the race. DePalraa was second,
seven minutes behind Bragg. Berg
doll was third and AnderBon fourth.
Bragg's average time for this dls
tanco was 69 1-2 miles an hour.
With only 25 miles left to finish the
race, Bragg was five minutes 40 sec
onds ahead of DePalma.
When tlie race was finished Bragg
was still ahead of all other contest
ants, winning by a good margin.
Ralph DePalma went into the ditch
and ho and his mechanician, Tom Al
ley, are fatally Injured.
Gov. Wilson Talks to
Workingmen in Oma
Omaha, OcL 5. Governor Wood
row Wilson promised big crowds of
workingmen whom he addressed here
today that if he were elected presi
dent, he would have associated with
him lu his cabinet a minister of la
bor especially charged with looking
after tho interests of labor.
The governor referred to laws that
should be passed to safeguard human
life, shorten the hours of lahor and
otherwise- conserve the energy of tho
rank and file of the country.
"I ran on a platform in New Jersey
that promised these things," ho add
ed, "and I am happv to say we car
ried out eery promise we made. If
the people of tho country trust me
again I promise that with the co-operation
of Bplendid men whom I could
name for you, wc will do something
for the people of the United States.
"I understand what the increase In
Socialistic sentiment means It does
not mean merely an interest in social
programs but men have made up their
Inds that nobody will pay any atten
tion to tlie. Therefore tho great na
tional parties have got to make good
on that sido or go out of business."
Kansas City Judge De
cides Combine, Is Il
legal $5,000 Fine
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 5. Prosecu
tion of the Kansas City Produce ex
change as a "food trust" ended today
when Judge Seehorn in the district
court assessed a fine of $18,000 against
the exchange and its sixteen members
Later he reduced the flno to $5,000
and granted an injunction restraining
the exchange from meeting and fixing
prices and ordering- Its charter for
feited. The defendants filed a motion
for a new trial
BODY OF ELDER
The remains of Elder Royal P. Old.
ham, who was drowned a few days
ago in the Kanawha river, near
Charleston, West Virginia, are expect
ed to reach Ogden at midnight on
Monday and. will bo at once taken
from thero to Paradise, where It is
expected the funeral will be held at
one or two o'clock on Tuesday.
Full details of tho accident havo
not been received as yet, but from
what has been learned, it seems that
Mr. Oldham had gone for a boat ride
on the river after having studied hard
all morning, and in some way the
boat was capsized and its occupants
thrown iuto the stream. Tho other
eldor succeeded in getting out, but
Elder Oldham was drowned. To his
people this is Inexplicable as tho
toung man was strong and well, and
was a good swimmer entirely at
home In tho water
It had been his custom while la
boring in New Joraey, whore he was
first assigned, to go boating and
bathing frequently and ho had never
had an accident of any kind while
doing so. He was a little more than
22 years of age and had been away
CHAD WICK GRAVE
New York, OcL 5. Players repre
senting both tho National and Amer
ican league clubs wero allowed this
afternoon off to make the annual pil
grlmngo to the grave of Henry Chad
wick, the "father of baseball," who Is
burled In Greenwood cemetery,
Todav is the anniversary of n,B
birth, and the occasion 1b always ob
served by placing suitable decorations
on the monument which marks Chad
wick's last resting place.
WOULD HAVE INSPECTOR.
Salt lake, OcL 5. Bee colturistB
tv 111 ask the state legislature to pass
a law providing for a state inspector
for becB, according to a decision made
at a mooting of members of the Bee
- -V- . , mt t 1
ELEVEN THOUSAND CROWD INTO H
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN TO HEAR
DEBS; AS MANY MORE OUTSIDE H
Um$&-"S;MIW Now York, Oct. 6.-After 11,000 H
t,'. Tm "wusand men and women had crowd-
fcSJL'J.' jFf ed Into Madison Square garden td M
Whiy&iZ Jfef Mar Eoug?n?. v-Debs' Eml1 Seldel aQd
raXfe!Uw. , er Soc,ahsts' tQe PoHce closed the
i0M 7W&& dors and there were as many in the
hg$X&aT "TT-Btm streets outsido as were inside the big M
WdWW amphitheater. The police said that H
thm 'Ifigf gfr-fc , .ffitfjrfliir no such crowd had bcon Been there H
hjagkaSBSWr a,nco Bryan ado his first speech in H
jlMMPBWf?' . ,. J 1896- The meeting was held to rati- H
Pp-i;..?;1 ' f S-tf1 ." f-v the nomination of Mr. Debs and H
fJ h of-ocbprytVCHT I92TC 31 Mr Seidel as candidates for tho pres- H
MwgucSN gftg33VS3trct-no) idency and the vice presidency . H
Owners' association in Henager's bus
iness college yesterday. The commit
tee agitating this question comprises
the following officors of the associa
tion. E. B. Hawkins, American Fork,
president; A. Fawson, Grantsvllle,
first vice president; Henry Taufer,
Salt Lake, second vice president, and
J. C. Henager, Salt Lake, secretaiy
FOR MERCY IS FILED
Among ten applications for pardon,
two for commutation of sentence and
ono for parole, which will come be
fore tho state board of pardons Octo
ber 19, is the application of Thomas
Riley, partner of Harry Thorne In
tho murder of George W." Fassell, ask
ing for commutation of sentence to
death to life imprisonment.
Thorne has already been executed
and Riley Is under sentence to be
shot to death In the penitentiary yard
October 24 His attorney, howecr,
has appealed to tho board of pardons
The contention urged In his behalf
Is that Thorno fired Uie shot which
killed Fassell and RlleV had nothing
to do with the actual killing. The
following applications will come be
fore tho board.
For pardon J. T Barker, grand
larceny; Thomas Davenport, grand
larceny, John- S Dalton, grand lar
ceny. L. T Moore, statutorr offense:
Charles H. Raddon, assault; John
McDermott, forgory; William J. Hop-
burn, statutory offense; Edward Ives, jH
burglary, second degree; J. W. Neal- H
son, petit larceny, J. M. McGraw, H
For commutation Thomas Rllov H
murder, first degree; Harold J. Ham- H
mond, burglary, third degree. "H
For parolc-'Willlard W. Thompson, H
robber j. H
TESTIMONY CONCLUDED. "H
Salt Lake, OcL 5. Testimony waa H
concluded yesterday morning by the H
Silver King Consolidated Mining com- H
pany and tho Silver King Coalition M
Mines company before Master in "H
Chancery J. W. Christy In the federal H
court in the case to dissolve part- H
nership in the Andes claim and a M
number of ' other claims adjoining M
their properties in Park City. A val- H
nation of $10,000 was placed upon the H
Andes claim as it now stands by tho H
five witnesses examined for the Co- H
alltion company. The Consolidated H
company estimated the value at $52,- H
It is understood that the defend- H
ant company ma yoffer new wit- H
nesses and that the plaintiff may of- jH
for some rebuttal estimony before the H
hearing is finally closed.. H
From the testimony taken before H
the master in chancery Judge John A. IH
Marshall will fix the value of tho H
claim and decldo either upon the sale tM
or partition of the claims, each com- IH
pany owning an undivided half inter- IH
est in them. " H
MISS JANE ADDAMS WILL MAKE
SPEECHES FOR PROGRESSIVES
Chicago, OcL 5. Miss Jane Ad
dams has retained from New York
ana 1b ready to take the stump ior
the Progressive parlyT "This is a
campaign of "social and economic
measures. That Is why women all
over tho country are going into IL
It is not that women bo changed;
that they have turned tholr attention
from philanthropy to politics. It- is
only that they hate found an open H
lng through politics to accompllsl H
their work better than In any othei H
way. I cannot see any difference Ii ll
going before tho legislature to ask fp- M
suffrage or child labor or shortel M
houis and In asking the people a M
large to help us secure such reforms M
It would bo Impossible to say tha. M
this is not dignified for a woman t jH