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H ' Fnr Wholesome 'Reliable Indispensable
H Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority un-
H questioned. Its use is a protection against
H alum food. In buying baking powder ex-
H amine the label carefully and be sure the
H powder is made from cream of tartar.
H Other kinds do not make the food healthfuL
I WHEN AND WHERE
I YOU CAN REGISTER
H Bates of La6t Days of Registration Are Oct. 8th, 9th, loth, 29th and.
H 30th Those Who Voted in Ogden at the Last Election and
H Have Not Moved to Other Districts Need Not
H Register Again.
H Many people of late have made In-
Hl lulrles as to tho days when regla-
W tration will be possible, notwithstand-
M ing the fact that It is noi long ago
M that the Standard printed the infor-
H raation. There are fivo more days in
H which a person can register for the
' coming election on October 8th, Ilth.
H' 11th, 29th. and 30th., therefore next
H Tuesday will be the next day of reg-
H istratlon, and It is a safe rule to reg-
H lster at the first opportunity that is
H Now as to who will have to regis-
H tcr there is a prevalent idea that
H Ihere is a new registration entirely
H this year, because it is a presidential
H year, but that is not true If you vol-
H ed last year or the year before in
H fome cases, there will bo no need of
H your registering again. The county
H clerk in making: up the refistration
H lists for this year, simplv takes the
H poll list of the last election and copies
H therefrom tho names of those who
H voted, at that time. If you have moved
H to a new district since last election,
H you must register or get transferred.
H While the lists, are made up carc-
H fully, it cannot be expected that all
j mistakes will be avoided and therc-
H fore every voter should sec that his
H name is on the list when it is posted
j after the first day of registration
H The registry agents and their rcsl-
B donees arc as follows:
H First district May L. Shipp, S04
Wti . Thirty-third street.
y Second district Alice Collins, 2983
'' Third district Maryettc Griffin,
l ! . 330 Twenty-eighth.
fj Fourth district Addic Angcll, 12G
mfc , Poplar.
Htg? Fifth district Margaret A. Moyos,
MM ' 2129 Grant.
tj - Sixth district Lllla Kennedy, 235
K Seventh district Leila Watson,
BV 2339 Lincoln.
HU' Eighth district Anna Power, 537
jCanon Road. ' " "l '
Ninth district Nettie Drumlller.
Tenth district Christina Jlarrop,
2S3 Ilarrisville .
, Eleventh district Elizabeth Fife,
Twelfth district Callie E. Cave,
' 2202 Adams.
Thirteenth district Mrs. Anna
Johnston, 7ul Twenty-fourth.
I Fourteenth district May Bowman.
Fifteenth district Clara May
Browning, GOT Twenty-sixth,
i Sixteenth district Mrs. Mary Jones
Seventeenth district Annie C. Mil
ler, 3331 Ogden.
Weber County. . ..
i Burch Creek J. A. Stephens.
, Eden Virgil StrJllngs.
I Farr West Olena. J. Homer.
) Ilarrisville W. H. Lowder.
Hooper, No. 1 J. II. Fowles.
Hooper, No. 2 Mrs. E. George
Hunt6ville John A. Newcy.
KaneBVllle H. P. Green.
Liberty John Brown.
Marriott Caleb Parry.
North Ogden Ed. Marshall.
Pleasant View William Shaw.
Plain City J. B Carver.
Randall James Linford.
Riverdale Joseph Fife.
Roy D. J. Hammon.
Slaterville Hazel Hudman.
Uintah W. it. Stoddard,
Warren Walter WaymenL
West Weber, No. 1 Ephraim Hip
well. West Weber, No. 2 Ed. Clark.
Wilson Daisy Thompson.
Judge What has the prisoner to
say for himself?
Prisoner I have been sent to prison
twice before, your honor-
Judge What has that to do with
I your getting off this time?
I Pribonor I think the court should
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H Theae Jar can be purchased from Tho Ogden Wholcal Grocery- Co.
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IT IS NOT TO LAUGH AT
Playwright Han Wholesome Fear of
Ridicule, Most Powerful of
The playwright's eleventh command,
ment 1b, "Thou shalt not get thyself
laughed at." Ridicule has always been
a most powerful Intellectual weapon
and one against which, when skilfully
used, it is difficult to offer an effective
defense. But the playwright's fear of
getting himself laughed at Is not a
personal one at all At least, It 18
from a purely professional point of
view that ridicule appears to him
Once I wrote a novel. I norer did
so much work before or since for
?135.75, and yet I someUmeB envy
tho novelist. At all events, he Is mas
ter of his own pages. No cat can
walk Into the middle of page 16S with
out his consent. No blundering fly
man can ruin the climax oC his "big
act" by lowering tho curtain too soon
or too late. The pet comedy scene of
his book is never spoiled and blurred
by the arrival in tho niidat of It of
some bibulous party, Junt from, a vory
gay dinner, falling oTer every one's
feet on tho way to their seats In the
middle of a row, Flro engines never
shriek past the doorway of his pages
JuHt as the hero is saying plaintively
to the sympathetic heroine, "But why
do I tell you all this?" Nobody in tho
front row over faJl3 In a fit and has
to be carried out by tho uBhers right
!n the middle of Mb funniest para
graph. All his doors close when he
clones them and ntay closed till he
openB them H1b actors always say
what he tells 'them to say. A L.
Thomas in the New York Tribune
There May Have Been a Reason.
Mother Gooso tells of the queen who
sat In the parlor eating bread and
honey And no ,wonder, If butter was
as high as it is now. Milwaukee Freo
Read the Classified Ads.
OGDEN. UTAH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912, I
SALT LAKE "
Salt Lake, Oct. S. The prosecution
In the White murder catve declares
a woman has lwen found who will
testify that C. A. Inlow boarded an
uptown car near tho scene of the mur
der a few minutes after White Ib sup
posed to have been slain
A dispatch from Omaha last night
stated that Inlow Induced Hattie Ire
land of that city to marry him in
Salt Lake eight years ago and then
Introduced a second woman into his
home the following day. This woman
is said to the Mrs. Inlow now held in
connection with the murder.
Inlow was sued for ?5,000 for breach
of promise in tho Third district court
hero by a Miss Stlnman of Omaha
nine years ago. The caso was drop
ped. Complaints charging Inlow and his
wife with first degree murder will bo
filed by the county attorney this
Tho most important local develop
ment yesterday in connection with
the murder of Chauffeur Eddie White
was the announcement that a witness
had been discovered by the prosecut
ing officers, who would testify that
C. A. Inlow boarded an uptown car
in the vicinity of Ninth South and
Third East street, within a fow min
utcB after White Is supposed to have
been murdered eiirly Saturday morn
ing. This witness, who Is a woman, It
expected to testify that she Is well ac
quainted with Inlow and that she saw
him on a car en route up town. Ac
cording to the testimony that it in
gaid sho will give Inlow occupied a
seat behind her. Inlow, she says, was
muttering to himself and this attract
ed her attention She turned and ob
tained a good look at him, but did not
speak to him.
This, It is said, aside from the pos
ltie Identification of Mrs Inlow as
the woman who enteied White's taxi
cab about fifteen minutes before tho
murder, is the most Important pleco
of evidence that the prosecution has
While tho prosecution contends that
its evidence against Inlov and his
wife is incontrovertible, A. B Irvine,
attorney for tho accused couple, de
clares "that Mr. and Mis. Inlow will
be able lo account for every minute
of their time on the night of the mur
der anj show concluslveh that the
bad nothing to do with it.
County Attorney I. K. Willej will
issue complaints against Inlow and hi3 j
wife charging them with murder In.
the flrat degree. Time for arraign- '
ment and preliminary bearing will '
then be fixed.
Yesterdaj afternoon County Attor
ney Willeji Sheriff Sharp and lnspee-
tor Carlson of the police department I
went to Bingham in search of addi
tional evidence against Inlow and his i
wife, lnlow's home was inspected, but
it is announced that nothing was
found there that would throw an ad- J
ditional light on the murder Inlow s J
mineral cabinet, at his school buildinp.
oald to bo one of the most valuable
collections in the United States, al&o
was inspected, but aside from the
statement that it can be piocn tha:
some of the samples had been stolen
by Inlow oi some other person, from
the original owners, the inspection of
the cabinet availed notning:
Inlow sent woid to Countv Attorne'
Willpy esterda that he desired to
zee hi in and Mr. Wlllcy called at tho
jail last night and talked to Inlow j
for some time. It is stated, however,
that the conference had nothing what
ever to do with the murder charge i
Not His First Wife.
The dispatch from Omaha follows-
"Omaha, Neb., Oct. 7. .Mrs Calen
A. Inlow, under arrest In Salt Lake
with her hueband for murder is not
the former Mlts Hattio I. Ireland of
Omaha, lo whom Inlow was married
six j oars ago, but is thought to be1
the former Miss Jennie McDonald oi
Omaha, to whom Inlow was married I
after Miss Ireland divorced him i
Hattie Ireland is now living in
Omaha, to which she returned fie
days after her marriage to lulow. She
has lemarried, her present husband
being named Knapp.
"Mrs. Knapp, at that time Hattie
Ireland, met Inlow in Omaha, where
he was a letter carrier. After Inlow
went to Salt Iake he induced Mies
Ireland, then 11 years of age, to come
to Salt Lake to marry him
"Upon my arrlvnl in Salt I-akc." said
Mrs. Knapp tonight, "'Inlow took me
to a cottage and said that marriage
was not necessary. He wanted me to
live with him without a ceremony. I
paid no. At last he consented, secur
ed a license and we were married.
"'The next day he biougat another
woman to the house. He introduced
her as "Mlsa Jennie McGurren" and
said she was a friend who would live
In the house with us She immedi
ately took charge of affairs and of
Inlow. 1 stood it for fie das and
then told him I intended getting a
divorce. He sent me to Provo and told
me to get one He employed Attor
ney Wanless of Salt Lake to look af
ter my Interests.
"Mr. Inlow left me at Provo with
out money, without a cent. I tele
graphed back to Omaha, secured mon
ey and came lmck here, whore I have
been ever since The divorce was
granted after my return here.' "
"lnlow's present wife is supposed
to be Mias Jennie McDonald, a former
waltrosB In a restaurnnt in Omaha,
According to Mrs. Knapp, Ml3s Mc
Donald went under the name of Mc
Gurren while In Salt Lake"
In her cell at the city jail last night
Mrs. Inlow admitted that ner maiden
name was G-cnevieve McDonald and
that she came from Omaha. She baid
she was married to Inlow June 1,
190C, at Farmlngton. but admitted
having known him several years be
fore that. She was reticent regarding
the Ireland woman, saying only that
she had known her and that Inlow
had divorced the other woman. The
record In the county clerk's office
shows that Inlow and Hattie Ireland
were married March S, 19U1.
Other dispatches received from Om
aha laat night state that Inlow was a
school teacher in Iowa before he
went to Omaha. Shortly after he left
Omaha ' for Salt I-ake a woman ar
rived in Omaha from Iowa and dc
'clareif she was lnlow's lawful wife.
Orpheum This Weekjjl
FIRST DOUBLE HEADLINE BILL OF SiiASON J
TWO GLORIOUS STARS j j
A double headline bill is the usual offering at the Orpheum- this
week. We predict capacity house for each performance. Secure seats ;
early. Box office opened this morning.
Grace Cameron Elsa Rmgger 1
GRACE CAMERON "The Dainty Singer of Rollicking Songs"
A chic, clever and dainty little entertainer is Grace Cameron. .She is a tiny mite, but makes j
up her size with her comedy ability. She was for some time a star in comic opera and has won
an enviable reputation in this field as well as vaudeville. Aside from her decided gift for com
edy she has an excellent voice.
Miss Cameron has just returned from a remarkable tour of England remarkable in that
she pleased all audiences. This speaks highly for her adaptability as the difference in the enter
tainment wanted is marked in halls of England.
ELSA RUEGGER "World's Greatest Woman Cellist"
World's Greatest Woman Cellist, Assisted by tho Celebrated Conductor, Edmund Liohenstein.
The fame of Elsa Ruegger, the Belgian Cellist, is universal and generally conceded the
greatest virtuosi' in the world. Her artistic career has been a succession of veritable triumphs.
She has played both here and abroad with leading symphony and other musical societies and has
won unequalled success on various concert tours. Her appearance in vaudeville is one of the many
noteworthy achievements of the Orpheum management. Miss Ruegger has been crowned with
the flattering plaudits of the most exacting European and American critics.
DOROTHY DALTON & CO. U "The Smuggler"
Dorothy Dalton, capable actress with a score to her credit, has secured a one-act playlet
entitled "The Smuggler," and with it will be seen for a brief period in vaudeville. The piece is
a farce developed along unusual lines and disclosing a new idea. The story is timely and has to
do with the customs regulations. The young wi,f& of apolitical aspirant, is of the firm belief that
Custom House has not the right to charge duty on woman's finery and that it is not a crime to
smuggle such articles. The method adopted in defrauding the officials and the cure effected by
her husband and brother form the ground work of what is said to be the most laughable farce ".
THE BOUNDING PATTERSONS "Bounding Marvels"
The Bounding Pattersons are bounding marvels. In a comedy bar act, the three men show
many remarkable trampolin feats. Among ths accomplishments of The Bounding Pattersons,
who have created unstinted favorable comment abroad, are eight different kinds of double som
ersaults, fifty twisting somersaults and double somersaults, all in a swing. There is a liberal
measure of gcod comedy throughout their entire performance.
LOWE & DE VERE "Bell Boys With the Restless Feet" :
With a dancing routine that materially differs from the conventional, Charles Lowe and
George De Vere prove as nimble footed a pair as could be wished for. Styled "The Bell Boys '
with the Restless Feet," they introduce an assortment of eccentric steps that are highly original.
Three exclusive musical numbers with as many changes add flavor to the performance, which j
is bright and snappy.
Bofes the Boxing Kangaroo ,!
With His Sparring Partners e
The Csorctoii Brotfiers
Champion Bag Punchers. j
One of the most unique features in vaudeville is "Bob,'' the Boxing Kangaroo. The Gor
don Brothers, two expert bag punchers, while on a tour of the world visited Austrialia, and there I
received a young Kangaroo as a pet. The animal soon began exercising with his masters and
showed so much aptitude that thy decided to teach him to box. The result surpassed their ex- !
pectations and Bob soon became an expert, not only with his arms; but with his legs and toes as I
well. The three-round sparring match betwaen Bob and one of his two masters is not only a 1
scientific feslture, but a choice bid of comedy. j
Leffarge and McKoeald- J
Leffarge and McDonald, two young men, will give fifteen minutes of good, clean enter-
tainment. Their act consists of comedy and song. Dressed in neat street costumss they carry on
a lively patter with some good jokes and banter and some real good songs sandwiched in be
tween. The act has made a distinct hit wherever it has appeared.
Box Office Opened This Morning I
This woman appealed lo Hie police,
but there Is no record of any action
taken against Inlow according to the
LANDS ON A i
In a hand-to-haud encounter with
u daylight bursar, Job Pingree, pres
ident cf the Pingree National bank
and a prominent official of the Amal
gamated Sugar company, worsted a
man who had entered one of his
houses yesterday, but failed to pre- ,
vent tU2 escapei of the burglar. The
police have been instructed to Bearch
fro a inan with a badly battered eye,
one of the markings he received at (
the hands of tho bank official.
Air Fingreo is more than 70 yearB ,
of age, but has the physical strength ,
to cope with many men who might
well be considered robust. He resides .
at Wall avenue and Twenty-eighth
street, and at noon vesterday he re
celved information that a "stranger
was seen to enter one of his houses,
located at Wall and Twenty-ninth, al
though the house has been unten
anted for several weeks past.
When Mr. Pingree ontored he found I
tho man making his way toward a.
closet where eighty jars of his fruit
has disappeared in tho past week, tho
owner of the house suspected the
mlssiou of the intruder, who attempt
ed to escape, but Mr. Pingree Inter
fered, pnd when tho supposed burglar
Hhowed tight, the aged man struck j
him several blows, one of which
bruied his eve. The houso owner
had his man all hut completely sub
jected when he jerked away and es
caped from the house.
, The only injury sustained by Mr.
Pingree was a slight cut on his right
hand. He reported tho matter to the
police at once, furnishing them with'
a description of the alleged burglar.
"Do you believe our ropubllc can I
endure?" "No, sir most einphatical-!
ly I do not tThe fools in this town
voted me out of office last fall."
Noval Fly Trap.
In some parts of Mexico the natives j
hang tne nesto of large spiders in
their homes to trap flies and other in- '
I J! .
Read tho Classified Ads
in HI I I I 1Jm l
I Indu8trfous Malaysians. !,
The following: Interesting Informa- n
1 tlon Is taken from a report made br S
I Walter D. Scott, British agent la S
I Trenggnnu: The hand loom Is found
I in orery house and the women weave J
beautiful silk and cotton sarongs. j
Throughout the peninsula the men"
are famed as the host boat builders, I
and they are clever and efficient work'
era In Iron, brnss and nickel. !
Very Few Copperheads. j
The copperhead, although deadly I
venomous, seldom attains a length ol
more than three feet, and is, fortu
nately, not plentiful, comparatively few
people having Gver seen one. its Ia I
vorite habitat is a rocky, mountalnou? -j o '
woodland, and never an open meadow fzh
Read tho Classified Ada 1
! Lagoon Race Track
B 30 Days oi High Class Racing
I Monday. Oef. 7 to Saturday, Nov, j j j
1 T,he Vory best hore' ridden by famoua Jockeys over the beau- 1 l' I
n urui Lagoon course. 1 SI
I CONCERTS BY SCHEUTER'S ORCHESTRA-Flrst race at 2:30 p.m. 9 !
I u All1r,eflulr tralni via the Salt Lake and Ociden Raflwnv fBam. I -4
I berger Lin.) .top ,t track. AdmU.lon, deluding retuPn trK i
1 GENTMEN $1.25. LADIES $1.00 J !j