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FALLS FMOM A
Hj Niels S. Brostrom, a resident of Og-
H den, foil from a scaffold at the Ec-
H clea power plant In Blacksmith Fork
canyon and unstained Injuries from
H which ho died lato yesterday.
H Mr. Brostrom was working at tho
H power plant upon a scaffold several
H feet from the ground. In some man-
H ner he lost his footing and fell to the
H ground. Employes picked him up In
H an unconscious condition and ho was
H rushed to the Budge hospital at Lo-
Hl gan, where he died.
H This is the third violent death In
H tho Brostrom family within three
H yoarB. Two years ago a son was
H accidentally killed while employed on
H the Ogden-Lucin cutoff, and Joseph
H Murray, a son-in-law, was killed in
H an automobile accident at Marriott
H last May.
j Mr. Brostrom Is survived by his
H widow and seven children, two sons
H and fire daughters.
H An Important meeting of the Demo-
H eratic state committee will he held
H tonight at 8 o'clock at the state Dem.
H ocratlc headquarters 1 ntho Kenyon
M hotel, 8alt Lake. All members of
H the state committees, all candidates
H for state offices, and other proml-
H nent Democrats nre expected to bo
H present at the meeting,
M It is understood that the meeting
H le to be preliminary to tho opening of
H an aggresslvo campaign by the Demo-
1 crats In even county of the state. It
H Is reported at the state Democratic
H headquarters that the preliminary or-
H ganlzation of the Democratic forces
H in every county of the state has been
H completed and that from now on there
B will be a rigorous campaign waged.
IDAHO HE SAYS
H W. Douglas Hood, forest ranger of
M the Boise forest, is in the city vieit-
H ing with his mother, Mrs. Clara P.
H 'Hood, and also conferring with Dis-
HJ trict Forester B. A. Sherman, regard-
Hj ing forest affairs in his section.
H Mr. Hood was formerly employed
H In the forest service in this locality
Hl and for a time he was engaged as
H reporter on tho Standard, but for the
H past few months ho has been at
H Boise, being transferred from the
H Utah to the Idaho division.
H The ranger is well pleased with
H the Gem state and he is especially
M taken up with the Boise section He
H states that crops In that locality this
H year are exceptionally good and that
H there Is much commercial activity in
H Idaho. PolittcB are warming up a llt-
Hl tie, with thingo considerably mixed.
M He is of the opinion however, that
H Governor Hawley will ho re-elected
H After a few days" visit in Ogden,
H Mr. Hood will return to Boise.
EXPECT TO MAKE
OGDEN THEIR SOME
H Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Uhl of Elk,
H Wyo., are In the city with the e:cpec-
V tatlon of buying property anil making
HN Ogden their home. Mr. Uhl is engag-
Bgy ed extensively In tho stock raising
WS Mrs. E. J. Cook of Beatrice, Neb ,
1$, a sister of Mrs. Uhl, Is also In the city
B J and expects to make this her home.
K '. oo '
K MEXICAN AGENT
life FIRST WITNESS
7ff$! El Paso, Texas, Oct. 5. Felix a.
Bt"-1 Sommorfeld, Mexican government se-
H cret representative In the United
By .States, and personal agent of Prcsi-
Hw dent Madero, testified today before
If Senator Aldcn Smith, chairman of tho
Hl senatorial committee Investigating
Hjt' the Mexican revolutions. Tho result
Hk of tho examinations will not be made
H public until the committee reports'
H at tho noxt B9Bslon of congress.
j Sommerfleld was the first witness
H Babpoenaed. The Michigan eonator is
j assisted here by Senator A. B. Fall of
M New Mexico, also a member of the
Bj committee. Tho two consulted with
Hg Senator Mark Smith of Airzona, who
H fi arrived hero yesterday to help In the
Tho first meeting of the Sunday
Night club will bo held In the Guild
hall of the Episcopal church, Twenty
fourth street and Grant avenue, Sun
day night at S o'clock. Tho purpose
of this organization is that of pro
viding an open forum for the pre
sentation and discussion of topics
which are of vital Interest to the
community. A large portion of our
modern problems begin with the
child. Dr. E. G. Gowans of tho State
Industrial school Is a recognized au
thority on this subject and will speak
on "Some of tho Causes of Juvenile
Delinquency" At tho close of his
address an opportunity will be given
to those interested to ask questions.
Miss Rosalie Holborg will sing. These
meetings are intonded for the general
public. They are to be non-sectarian
in character, and all who are In
terested In tho genoral welfare are
most cordially welcome.
An arrangement has been made to
defray all the necessary expenses of
the meetings, and no collections or
offerings will be tak.cn.
Hour Changed Beginning Sunday
ovenlng sorvlces will begin at 7:30
Instead of 8:00. This rulo will be fol
lowed until April first
First Presbyterian Church John
Edward Carver, pastor. Morning
worship at 11. Theme, ''The realities
of Life." Sunday school rally service
at 12.15. Young People's meeting at
6:30. Evening worship at 7:30, "The
Rolnforclng of Influence." Soloists.
Miss Fife, Mr. Rockefeller. Tho pri
mary scholars will give a program at
the close of the morning sermon.
Central Park Presbyterian Wash
ington avenue and Thirty-first stroot.
Rev Arthur F. Wlttonbergor, minister.
Sabbath school at 10 o'clock. Com
munion services at 11 a. ra. and
preaching at S p. m. Young People's
meotlng at 7:16 p. m.
Swodlch Lutheran Church Corner
Twenty-third street and Jefferson
avenue; Erik Floreen, pastor. -Sunday
school at 10 a. m.; Swedish ser
vices at 11 a. m.
German Evangelical, St. Paul'6
Church At Twenty-third street and
Jefferson avenue. Sunday mornln-s
service at 11 o'clock every Sunday.
Sabbath school at 9" 45 o'clock. Every
one cordially welcomed. P. Ph. Tes
First Baptist Church On Grant.
Rev. H. D. Zimmerman, pastor. Bible
school at 10 o'clock. 11:15, morning
worship, with sermon. 6:30, B. Y. P.
U.; topic, "The Christian Virtues X
Humility." leader, Eva Forrest.
7'30, preaching service; subject,
"Songs In the Night" 2:30 Wednes
day, Ladles Mission Circle will meot
with Mrs. J. B. McCracken. 7:30
Thursday, mid-week service. Mr A
J Greases of Salt Lake will sing at
both services Sunday; morning solo,
"Josub Calls Us," and evening solo,
"Sun of My Soul."
Firet Congregational Adams aven
ue and Twenty-fifth streets, Frank G.
Brainerd, minister. Morning sermon,
11 o'clock; "Why the City." Mrs W.
G Dalryraple will sing. Evening ser
mon 7 30 "The Servant in the House."
Mr. E. L. Howes will sing. Sunday
school 12 30. Y. P. S. C. E. at 0:30.
..Reorganized Church Chapel corner
Fifteenth strcot and Washington av
enue. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 30 p m.
Elder John Davis from Stewartsvllle,
Mo., in attendance. The public is cor
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Froderick Vining Fisher, pastor. 11
a. m. divino worship; sermon by the
pastor on "The People Who Forsook
Christ" 7:30 p. m., preaching by the
pastor on "Tho Power of Optimism."
Sunday school at 10 a. m. and Ep
worth Leasue at C:30 p. m.
Church of the Good Shepherd
(Eplocopaj) Twenty-fourth nnd
Grant avonue, William W. Fleetwood,
rector. Children's service and Holy
BaptlGtn, 10 a. m. Holy communion
and sermon by the rector, 11 a. m.
Evensong, 4:30 p. m. A- R. White,
soloist First meeting of tho Sunday
Night club In the Parish house at 8
p. m. Dr. E. G. Gowans will speak on
Some of the CauseB of Juvenile De
linquency. Miss Rosalie Holberg will
First Church of Chn'st, Scientist
Sunday services 11 a. m- subjept
"Unreality." Sunday nchool, 9:45 a.
m, Wednesday evening testamonial
meeting at 8 o'clock.
LIKE A BLOCK.
Edythc Mr. Densely thinks he haB
a very levol head.
Kittyc He has. It's level on top
and perpendicular on the sides.
Read the Classified Ado.
?HE EVENING" STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912. - 1
This evening the Democratic exec
utive committee will meet to make
definite arrangements for speaking
during tho campaign. It Is stated,
however, by Chairman Smitn that the
spellbinders will not bo called into
the Weber county field for a number
The chairman is busy on tho can
vass of tho county.
A largo jsupply of literature camo
to headquartors this morning, Includ
ing an assignment o Wilson and Mar
shall lithograph pictures nnd nearly
a cartload of Domocratio platform
and other literature.
Only a few districts havo been
thoroughly canvassed so far, but
Chairman Smith says the prospects
for Democratic victory are good. He
says that there seems to be much
dissatisfaction on political mattero
and that in his opinion it Is favorable
lo the Democratic side
ALL CARS ARE
TO BE PLACED
With tho announcement that the
wheat crop is tho heaviest In yenr3,
comes the announcement to tho local
freight offices from Superintendent
E. C. Manson, that every avallablo
box car will be needed to transport
the crop to the markets. To secure
box cars, all empties on sidings will
be called Into service.
It Is ordered that all cars now be
ing loaded must be filled to their
capacity and other cars, not entirely
fillet:, passing through Ogden, aro to
be opened and filled with freight in
stead of using other cars
All available cars In which wheat
can be transported will be sont north
over the Oregon Short Line.
. Pacific Northwest
Oregon Short Line
Oct 14, 16; and 17.
Limit Nov. 15.
For rates and particulars, call at
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 2514 Wash
ington Ave. (Advertisement)
Last evening marriage llconses
were issued to John F. Daley and
Nancy Blackmore of Ogdon and to
Charles A. Weaver and Maude MI113
of Salt Lake.
Both counlos were married In the
city durins the evening, the marriage
of the latter couple being somewhat
Mr Weaver is tho candidate on the
Progressive ticket, in Salt Lake for
recorder and at the convention where
he was nominated Miss Mills was an
Interested delegate and particularly
enthusiastic In hand clapping when
Mr. Weaver was nominated
They had mot before but tho en
thusiasm of Miss Mills at the con
vention over his nomination had a
tendency to ripen tho acquaintance
Into lovo and yesterdav evening they
ran away from Salt Lako friends and
had the nuptial knot tied In Ogden.
IN S. P. WRECK
Lake Charles, La,, Oct. S Eight
persons were hurt when the Sunset
Mall, a fast eastbound train on the
Southern Pacific railroad, was derail
ed near Midland, La., early today. Six
cars turned over, Including the mail
car, baggage car, negro coacn two day
coaches and a tourist sleeper.
The condition of several of the pas
sengers Is critical. Poyslcians wero
summoned from Crowley, La., and a
relief train took tho wreck victims to
Spreading rails caused the wreck,
according to the engineer. The train
was running 30 miles an hour.
IS TO RETIRE
New York, Oct. 5 The probable
early retirement of Whitelaw Reld, as
ambassador to Groat Britain, is an
nounced in an interview published in
the Times today. Ambassador Reid
arrived in New York yesterday for a
short vIbIL The Times says:
"The ambassador waB asked if the
report was correct that he intended
to retire from the diplomatic service
soon and ho replied, "I may do eo as
I havo been thinking seriously of
corning bank to thB country to live."
CTlMiMMangC1ggK 11 ! mim J MJMITW1
I I "Mary in tStagelaiid" I
K I The Third of the Series of "What Happened to IWary" 8
I GLOB THEATER
I rr, "OSTLER JOE,"
Oracle Theater j
B TBieseTwo Excellent Pictures Tonight and Sunday Night 1
Roy Griffin, tho manascr of the
Griffin Livestock company, came In
this morning from Omaha, where he
has been for tho past ten days. He
sayG there is a general belief that
Roosevelt will sweep that state, and
wherever a body of men Is gathered
and a preferential vote is taken
Roosevelt Is In every Instance the
Tho conimlttco In chargo of the
speech-making program of the Re
publican party met in tho Republican
headquarters this morning to arrange
a program to be carried out during
Nothing was decided upon, however,
because several men whom the com
mittee had planned to have speak
woro In Gait Lako attending confer
ence or the fair.
The committco hopes to have a
program made out by the first of noxt
week when the speakers and the
dates upon which they will speak
will bo published.
FOR LINLEY' COUCH
Miss June Reevo, Virgil Petty and
Elean Couch gave a party Monday
night In honor of Linley Couch at the
home of his parents, 2047 Jefferson
avenue. Music was furnished by Miss
Cerella Lucher and the ovenlng was
spent In games and otier diversions
Among those present were: Misses
Lavon Anderson. Leona Johnson, Sel
la Doxoy, Bertha Monson, Edna Wil
son. Anna Hancock Elva burton Myr
tle Peterson, June HIggiubotham, Zet
ta Casterson, Mable Cowles and Altr.
Parry; Messrs. Harry Reeve, Bud
Stratford, Chauncey Brewer, Ledford
Storms, Allison Skeen, Dewey Foster,
Vivian and Paul Pickett, Claude Par
ry and Vandy Layman.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Joseph
Bingham and Ellon Mortensen wero
hostesses at a very beautiful purcol
shower at tho home of Mrs Joseph
Bingham, 2859 Grant avenue, in honor
of Miss Marguerite Horn3by, who Is
numbered nmong the October bndes..
The guests vere Mrs! L. C. Boyd
strum, Mrs. P. Van dor Kooy, Mrs.
James M Brown, Mrs.' L Krruss.
Mrs. W. Eckhardt, Mrs. Alvin Morton -sen,
Mrs. Bon Morfensen, Mrs. Bur
ton Fackler, Mrs. McFarland, Mrs.
Orman, Mrs. Annie Mortensen and
Mrs. Mabel C. Golightly of Preston,
SERIES CF PARTIES
Mrs. A. W. Walker and Mrs. W. D.
W. Zeller gave the first of a series of
fivo hundred parties at their homo in
the Spencer apartments yesterday.
The affair was a del.ghtful and
prettily appointed one, an elaborate
luncheon and pleasant social hour fol
lowing. The second of tho scries Is being
given this afternoon, tho two affalra
including a list of 300 gue3ts.
CHILD CULTURE CLUB.
The Child Culture club will hold an
open meeting at the Industrial school
at S o'clock Tuesday evening to which
the public Is cordially invited.
Tho ladles of the club win meet at
7:30 to attend to business matters of
Principal Peterson of tho O H. S
will address the meeting upon a sub
ject to be auuounced later.
W. R. C. MEETING.
Tho Womans Relief Corps held
their regular meeting Friday after
noon fat the K. of P hall. They had
a very Interesting meeting, and good
attendance considering the weather,
one candidato being initiated Excel
lent reports was received nnd read
from the delegates at the National
encampment at Los Angeles.
A quiet wedding was solemnized at
St Joseph's ohurch today, tho con
tracting panics being Miss Mandy
Blackmore and Mr. Jack Daly.
The wedding breakfost was served
at the home of tho bride.
After a short honeymoon In Idaho,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Daly will ba home to
their friends in Ogden.
LADIES' MISSION CIRCLE.
The Ladies' Mission Circle of tho
Baptist church will meet with Mrs.
J B. McCracken at 2:30 o'clock Wed
FAVOR HOME! TEAM
Denver, Oct -5. Jack Hendricks,
manager of the champion Denver
team of tho Western league, deponds
upon the altitude to help his team de
feat the Minneapolis team of the Am
erican association in tho series of
seven games which open3 today.
"The easterners arc not accustomed
to tho altitude of Dcnvor and that will
be a point in our favor," said Hen
TO MEET UTAH
Boulder, Colo., Oct. 5. The Colo
rado University football team engaged
In light practice and signal work yes
terday, in preparation for the gamo
with the Utah Agricultural collego
hero today. The Colorado team is In
good condition. The only regular
who will bo out of the game Is Slat
tory. the big half. 1 wl11 Play
In his place.
Read the Classified Ada.
The exceptional list of special values advertised in this paper Thurs
day morning for the Conference Sale, will be on sale today. Hundreds of
customers have already taken advantage of the sale offerings and doubt- . .
less today will be an exceptional day. -, Extra help was added today and
more will be added.
There is absolutely no doubt but what there are savings here for YOU j
if you have needs to fill.
Prudent shoppers will make their shop- A7"t'So,,lllf"Q'
ping excursions today. Vv XJl&JLJLL& j
BODY OF BEAD
IS FOUND FN
The body of a man dead from a
bullet wound In the head, was found
this morning In a taxlcab standing at
Third East and Ninth South streets,
Salt Lake. It was Identified later as
that of T. E. White, tho driver of the
machine, whoi was 24 years old and
arrived in Salt Lako IS months ago
Two shots were heard In the vicin
ity about midnight, but-,no other light
has been thrown on thjb mystery sur
rounding the murder.
There were two bullot holes In
White's head. Tho money and Jew
elry on hl3 body had not been taken
but one of his pockets -was wrong
side out. He left tho cab stand at
1 o'clock, after taking a passenger, a
large woman wearing a veil.
Mrs. White, who said sho married
the chauffeur two months ago. was
Informed of tho tragedy at her home
Word has been received at the lo
cal Union Pacific ticket office thai
tho "Mission Play" is to bo repeated
this year, beginning December 21
This plav is to California what the
"Passion Play" Is to Oborammergau,
and Is presented under the walls of
the San Gabriel mission at San Gab
riel, Cal. A special theater has been
built for this play, giving the actor.,
ample space in which to present the
John S. McGroarty, styled the "Bob
bie Burns of tho west," is the author
of the play, which tells of tne coming
to San Diego of Junlpero tfcrra and
Don Casper do Portola, picturing the
winning of California for Spain and
tho church. An elaborate set of cos
tumes Is used and tho music nnd stage
settings are consistent with the ac
tion of the play.
This spectacular drama was pre
sented last year and It is to be nn an
nual event from now on.
HEIRS TO BAKER ESTATE.
Los Augclos, Cal., Oct 5 Twelve
persons claiming to bo heirs of the
late Mrs Marcadia De Baker, reputed
to havo been southern California's
richest woman, appeared in court to
day to contest the probating of the
estate. At their head whb Margaret
T. Baker, 70 years of age, a sister of
Colonol Robert Baker husband of tho
decondnnt, who died twenty years ago.
Estimates of tho value of the estate
rango from $5,000,000 to $20,000,000.
Thirty-six heirs Blgned the petition,
Field Superintendent Job Plngree
of the Amalagamated Sugar company
has returned from the sugar beet
fieldB of Idaho He visited tho fields
as far north aa Eurley.
Mr. Plngree states that the beet
fields are in fine condition and that
tho factories aro In good shapo for
tho campaign. Bxtenslvo digging in
all sections, except at Burley, have
been In operation a number of days
and thero aro many beets ready for
tho mills. At Burley tho farmer's are
ready to dig and the beets are ripe,
Mr. Plngree says, but the digging is
being retarded becauso tho railroad
'company Is not prepared to handle
A number of loads of beets have
been taken to the Burley factory and
tho beets are said to be of fine qual
ity. Tho crop is heavy for the first
A heaw storm came up in the Bur.
ley country night before last and
considerable snow fell. The temper
aturo lowered perceptibly and tho
farmers began to feel that the fall
of tho year was on In earnest.
Yesterday when Mr. Plngree visited
the Logan and Lewiston fields he
found that there had been no storm,
hut ho entered the storm belt again
when he reached Box Elder and We
It was, expected that the Burley
factory would opon Octobor 10, but
thero will be a delay on account of
the Inability of the railroad people
to get ready to convcv the sugar
beets to the factory. It will not be
many days, howeer, when the beets
will 'begin to arrive and the wheels
should bo In motion soon after Octo
Tho Logan and Lewiston factories
are well Into the sugar-making business.
A LONG WAY OFF.
Belmont I'm going to kiss you
when I go.
Bertha You'll forget how to kiss
by that time.
Chicago, Oct 5. More than -100 del
egates of tho Fifth International Con
gress of Chambers of Commerce were
welcomed to Chicago last nlghL May
or Harrison headed a. committee of 30
In "A Romance of the Underworld," Tomorrow
1 - Night at the Orpheum.
i IT'S UP TO YOU I '
You lose If you don't viBit our n 1
m Bargain Basement. If,
I MCHARDSON-HUNT CO y
Chlcagoans, which went to Michigan
City, Ind., and welcomed the dele
gates in the name of 29 leading clubs
cf the city, whose guosts the visi
tors will be during their threo days'
stay here. An emissary had previ
ously met the delegates at Detroit and
furnished each with a bJu and gold
badge of honor, and a specially edited
guide book of Chicago, with tho dele-
gate's name printed on tho cover and i
the program for each day ther will ; '.
be In the city.
New York, Oct. 5. The statement
of the actual condition of clearing
houses and trust companies for tho '
weeks shows that they hold $4,141,000 j
reserve In excess of legal require-
ments. This Is a decrease of $5,357,- m
800 from last week. The statement I;
DaVly Average. h
Loans $1,946,976,000 J
Specie 323,913,000 I
Dccreaso 3,613,000 1
Legal tenders S2.452.000 I
Dccreaso " 1.0OG.000 f
Net deposits 1,792,074,000 1
Decrease 15,334,000 I
Circulation 16,314,000 I
Decrease 90,000 I
Banks' cash reserve in
Trust companies' cash re
serve In vault 69.S3C.000 ;
Aggregate cash reserve. 40C.3C5.000
Excess lawful resorve.. 4.7S0.800
Decrease 1,569,200 :
Trust companies' re- ,
servo with clearing
house members carry
ing 25 per cent cash
reserve 54,206,000 J;
Actual Condition. V
Loans $1,935,095,000 fj
Decrcaso 17.941,000 I
Specie 323.590,000 f
Legal tenders 80,737.000 I
Decrease 2.SC1.000 1
Net deposits 1,783,410,000 J
Decrease 13,700,000 . '
Increase 3S,O0P . :
Of Interest to Readers.
For months Ogden citizens havo j ;
seen in those columns enthusiastic
praise of Doan's Kidney Pills by Og
den residents. Would theso promi
nent people recommend a remedy jj
that had not proven rellablo? Would ij
they confirni their statements after Jj
years had elapsed if personal erpe- jj
rleuce had not shown tho remedy to fgj
be worthy of endorsement? Tho foi- "j
lowing statement should carry con- j
vlctlon to the mind of every reader.
Mrs. Rebecca Hartley, 2800 Adams
Ave, Ogden, Utah, says- "Tho public
statement a member of my family
gave 'In 1906, endorsing Doan's Kid
ney Pills was correct in every partic
ular and you may continue Its publica
tion. I used this remedy and it dhl 1
me a world of good. I have slnie
recommended Doan's Kidney Pills xo
many other people."
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New YorJc, solo agents for tho United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. (Advertisement)
Lausanne, Switzerland, Oct. 5.
Turco-Italian peace treaty awaiting
ratification provides for Turkish rcc- ;
ogulty of Italian sovereignty In Trip
oli, according to the Lausanne Ga
zette. Tho Italian government. It Is
said, Is to pay an indemnity to Tur
key and is also to recognize the re- y
ligious authority of the khallf over I
the Mussulmans of Tripoli. J
MISS CURTIS THIRD
TIME TENNIS CHAMPION
Manchc'stor, Mass., Oct. 5. Miss
Margaret Curtis of Boston won tho '. ,
national woman's golf championship .W
for tho 'third time on the Essex county
links today, defeating Mrs. Konald II jj
Barlow of Philadelphia three up and
two to play.
PROBATE AND ' .;
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE ,3
Consult County Clerk or the Respec- '
tivo Signers for Further '
Information. ; i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' .
Iu tho District Court of the Secom.
Judicial District in and for the County
of Weber, State of Utah. i
In tho matter of the Estate of Wll
ford E. Cragun, Deceased.
Creditors will present their claims '
with vouchee to the undersigned ad- '. :
mlnlstrators, at the law offices of Jo- f
seph Chez. Esq., at Rooms 40S-404 I
First National Banfc building. Ogden, j
Utah, on or boforc February 10, 191 3. k
HYRUM J. CRAGUN.
MARY ANN CRAGUN, Jt
EDMUND CRAGUN, M,
JOSEPH CHEZ. fll
Attorney for the Estate of Wilford E. VMM
Cragun. Doceasod. fjl