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iSk THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. a fit fH
I VOTE IM THE
STATE OF
UTAH
. UTAH'
Pioo, Nov. C Incomplete returns
In Utah county lndicnto a plurality
for the entire Duiuocintlc tickot; the
straight .and sftratohed ballots l thirty-five
districts out of fifty-three ghe
a plurality of 250 to 450 Democratic
v Prove wont Dcmocrntic for the first
time since 13 m the presidential
campaign. Tolton, Democrat boot
Spry In Proo by G9 otcs. while the
average majority for the Democratic
presidential electors in the city was
The eight districts fn the city gave
1126 for the Democratic presidential
electors and 0 13 Republican, GC5 Pro-
greSBlve and 12S Socialist For state
offices, Spry, 059: Tolton, 102S; Mor
ris, 7C0, Hurt, 124.
Congressman Howell (R ) 9S2; .1.
Johnson (R.) 9pS; Thomas (D.) 1105;
T. D. Johnson (D.) 111:5; Loe (P.)
037; Larson (P) G33; Kncrr (S.) 124;
King (S:) 125. For Justice supreme
court, Frick (R.) 955; Young (D.)
1151; Hiles (P) Clo. For judge of
the Fourth district,, Provo gave a
plurality for the Democratic nominee;
Evans (R.) received 1055; Morgan
(DO 1185, E. L. Jones was elected
precinct Justice over Glazier (R.) bv
147 plurality and Wilklns (D,) for
constablo beat Roper (R) 13L Wald
(P.) ran third with 455 votes.
The vote in the county shows plain
ly thtit the Democratic victory was
brought about by the Proresshc
party, 99 per cent of their uupport
coming from the Republican party.
The returns qo far indicate a Demo
cratic plurality of from 300 to 500 on
tho county ticket, with the possible
exception of superintended of county
schools. Provo city does not vote on
Into office, and at present the result
Is uncertain, but Crecr (R ) ha6 car
ried the county by a -small plurality.
It will require the official count to
decide the matter. Judd (R.) for
mRJ sheriff has also run ahead In somo
3" 1 districts, and in that office it will
flM also depend on the official count,
fM ( Which will be made next Monday.
( , BOX ELDER
m Brlgham City, Nov. C Out of thir-
HJ ty-six districts in Box Elder countv,
Jjg - twenty-six had .reported up to C p
jjg rn. Indications are that three Dcmo-
IH crats will be elected In the county:
E M. H. Welling, representative, four
S yearB; commissioner. T H. Black
's, burn,, and Mrs. Olga Sanding, re
corder.
Returns aro incomplete on Justice
and constable In Brlgham City pre
cinct. The amendments were prac
tically voted down unanimously In
the countj .
Returns from western Box Elder
will be slow in reaching this city for
lack or wire connections J D. Call,
First district judge, will carry Box
! Elder with the heaviest plurality on
the ticket. B. C. Call, district attor
ney, also has a big plurality In this;
county.
H Twenty-six, precincts out of thirty -
hW bIx In "?ox Elder county give Tafc
BrR 1340; -Wilson," 1230; Roosevelt. S32
ll K Congressman Howell (Rl, 13SS;-J.
ill m Johnson (R), 1410; T. D. Johnson
"U ft (D), 1279; Thomas (D), 1323, Love
"""M ft (P), 730: Larson (P), 712. Gover-
33 nor, Sprv (R), 1232: Tollon (D),
,5 K 1190; Morris (P), 10C3. Justice Frlck
mK (R). 147: Young (D), 1320: Hllcs
5Ii m (P). 455 Secretary: Mattson (R),
-lrJ H 142G: EnB'a"d (D). 1288; Hendershot
rSlj M P). 792. Treasurer: Jcwkcs (R),
ritl m U50, Menacnhall (D),125G: Adams
(P). 739. Auditor: Kellv (Rl. H37;
J i Blain (D). 1140, Adams (P). 751 At-
d 2 tornev genoral: Barnes (R), 1454,
jfj S Strlngfellow (D). 1297; Lawrence
1 K (P). 7GS. Nelson, state superintend-
Jl B ent of instruction. 396G. First Judicial
'M m district: James C. Walter (R). 1303.
m 31 JuBtin D. Call (D), 1750. District at-
Jfidl ET torncy: B. C. Call (R), 1951. Roy D.
A Rff Thatcher fD). 134S. First senatorial
I ! district: Willard Hansen (R), 14G4,
I iffl J- P Chrlstensen (D), 1325; W. R.
jjt a ' Smith (P), 672. Box Elder legisla-
$& E ) tlve district: John C. Knudson IT.),
K 1289, Milton H. Welling (D), 1579,
Si'" 1 W. L. Grover (P). C03.
r ' County four year commissioners:
'.'. ". ""Hans S. Larson (R), 132C, T. II.
I l Blackburn (D), 146S; John F. Erdraan
lAi :' (P) 669. Two-year: C. C. Toyn (R),
li" 1176. F A. E "Roche (D). 1295;
' Charles Edwards (P), 773.
S Sheriff Joseph R Olson (R),
"i?3 5 1527; D. L. Rees (D). 1197; Lorenzo
r8! & S. Burt (P). G54.
B l' Clerk- Alvin Ipeen (R) 148-U W
Si X W- Chrlstensen (D). 1285; Enoch lv-
$' : erson' (P), 707.
'U! & Treasurer: M, J. Richards (Rl,
g S. 1447: William. Facer CD), 1350; C.
-s-y "W. Richards (P), 654.
rsrl W Attorne!. William J. Lowe (R),
-Sft I 1527; W.E. Davis (D), 1504.
WJ t. Recorder: RoBa H. Nceley (R).
3 I 1539;. Olga Standing (D), 1552.
J-3M Assessor- Lorenxo Pott fR), 1540;
f 4 t W, H. Anderson (D), 1207.
U5; , Surveyor: H. C Carver (R), 1632;
JIJ, Robert Dalton (D), 1216
kJI' OAOHE
00L
' Logan, Nov. G The Teturns from
fi Cache county were compiled this af-
i ternoon after It had been ascertained
I that the rcturuB Trom five of the
2. smaller districts would likely not be
? available this week. The results In
$H , thirty-five of the forty districts of
'& Jfe , the county follow;
" Bff - Presidential electors:
tiS E Democrat Powers, 3231. Knight,
Jm E' 3230, Andrus, 3222. Fitzgerald. 3218.
9 R Republican, Witcher. 2692: Homer,
1 2558: Davis. 2691, Walker. 2691-
jjM I Progressive, DeWolfe. 1163; Coul-
im 1H9; Carponter, 1119-rDcPrczln,
Congressmen, Howell (It), 27G7;
Johnson (R), 2721; Thomas (D),
3212; T. D. Johnson (D). :!215. Love
(P). 1052; Larson (P), 1001
Governor, Tolton (D), 3115; Spry
(R). 2733; Morris (P), 1213,
Supreme coint Judce, Young (D),
3337; Frlck (R), 2Q7G, lilies (P).
1030.
Secretary of state. England (D),
37Sj Mattson (R). 267S; Hcndcrshop
(P). 972.
State auditor. Blain (D), 3207;
Kelly (R) -37S2. Adams (P), 1030
State treasurer, Mcndchtinll (D),
315G: Jewliea (R)7 2705; O. r. Atlams
(Pi. 1101.
Attorney general, Strlngfellow (D),
3203, Barnes (R), 2771; Lawrence
(P), 1014.
State superintendent of Public In
stiuction, Nelson, All.
District judge, J.- C- Wallers (R),
3209; J. D. Call (D). 3015.
District Attornov, B. C. Call (R).
27S3: Thatcher (D), 3441
Rich and Box ISlder counties are In
this the first district and the indica
tions aro that J. a Call, the .Demo
cratic nominee for Judge, has been
clecled. 03 he has polled about 15U
majorltv in his own, Box Elder, coun- 1
tv It is also certain that Thatcher
the Democratic nominee Tor district
attorney. Is elected. I
Representatives, Oldham (Dl 3260;
Cardon (D). 3342; Benson (DL 3198.
Bickmore (R1, 2775; "Rosmussen (R),'
270S; Taylor (R), 2794. Wins (P) ;
97: Brown (P), 9W; Bjamason (Pi. I
1010. - I
Four-year commission. Facer (D),
3277. JenBen (R), 2748; Peterson (P),l
90G
Two-year, cpjumissioner, Cronquisl
(D), 30G5; Quayle R), 2942. Hansen
(P). 915.
Countv clerk. JChacnb'ers- (D). 311,'
Dunn (R), 2827; Daincs (P), 916
Sheriff, Barker (D). 32G7, Carlson
(R), 2789; Bell (P). 988
Treasurer, Van Orton (D), 3287,
Merrill (R), 2723. Austin (P). 930
Recorder, Mrs Kate Preston (D),
3197; Mrs. Johnson (R), 2903. Mrs
Edwardr (PL 946
County attomoy, Fonnesbeck (D),
3042; Bowen (R), 3093. Sncldon (P),
951.
Asscseov, Woodward (D) . 318S,
Parker (R), 2S02: Coburn (P), 934
Survevor, Humphrevs. (D). 3455,
Ballen (RJ, 265G, Court (P), 920
JUAB.
Ncphl, Nov. 7. All precincts ex
cept two unimportant ones in Juab
county give Taft 1.100, Wilson S97
Roosevelt 240, Debs 73G Consrcss
men Howell, R., 1,000; J Johnson.,
R 1.06S; T. D. Johnson, D., S74 , ,
Thomas, D 901, Love, P.. 230. Lar
son, P.. 227. Knerr. S.. 594; King S.
749. Governor Spry. R 1,005. Tol
ton, D S84; Morris, P, 239 Dwight
S., 732. Justice Frick. R., 1,112,
Young, D., 91S, Piles. P.. 21S. Secre
tary Mattson, R., 1,110, England. D.
885; Hendershot, P., 199; Saiindcis,
S., 747, Treasurer Jcwkcs. R., 118.
Mendenhall, D) 75, Adam, P, 190.
Cannoglctcr. S 743. Auditor Kel
lv, R.. 1,113, Blain, D., 1103, Adams.
P., 200, Lovchaug. S, 215 Attorney
general Barnes, R.. 1,099, Stilngrcl
ow. D., S94," Lawrenco, P, 153 State
superintendent of public Instruction
Nelson, R. and D., 1.092. Rainsey. S,
696 Fifth jumclal district J A. Mel
ville, R., 2,190; Joshua Greenwood,
P., 2,217 District attorney 12. H
Ttvan "ft.," 2,65V;" ' Gco'rfc A. Undall,
D., 1.550.
Eighth senatorial "district J, R.
Edghclll, R.. 2,041. Steele Bailey Jr..
D.. 1.9S0. Henry Adams. P., 250,
Legislative district George Jones,
R., 1,124; Enoch Burton, D., 9G3. M.
.1 Vischuor, S 1.06S; Grant Simmons,
P., 115.
Countv foiir-j'Cdr , commissioner
Gus J. Henrlod, R.. 1.03S; W E. Ev
ans, D. 1,171; George Hales. S.. 761;
Gus A Franke. 'P. 185. Two-year
commissioner Lorenzo Mangelson,
R, 1,162; J F Newton. D. 921. J. P.
Anderson, P., 93r M. E. Jennings,
S.. 679.
Sheriff Frank Barrett, R., 1,165:
George M. Hays. D.,- 1.017; J. W.
Jones. P., 91: Church, S . 711.
Clerk T. W. AMckers, R., 1,250; V.
M. Foote, D., 966; George Wheeler.
S GGG.
Treasurer A R. Pnxman. R, 1.216;
J H Latimer, D. 1,027; Elliott Mil
ler. S 634.
Attomoy J. H McKnlght, R.. 1.
210; Edward Pike,. D. 991; C. E. Bar
ry. S.. 718
Recorder J. E Lunt, R.. 1,275; J
C. Hall, D., 1,024; Daniel Counley, S.,
679.
Assessor Earl Jackman, R.. 1.Q97:
J. W. StlckerB, D., 1,019. Neils .1.
Echow, P.. GG; Nick Aundstcen, S.,
711
Surveyor J H. Carter. R.. 1.290;
Ernest Moulton, D., 983; Josh Billings,
P. 89.
Superintendent of schools George
A. Sperry. R 1,308; R. F. Homer,
D., S55; Harry Beaglcy, S., 734. '
UINTAH.
Vernal, Utah, Nov. 7 Roosevelt
EecmB to have carried Uintah county
by from 75 to 100 plurality in 14 put
of 19 precincts, The vote for pres
ident Is: Roosevelt 676. Wilson 503,
Taft 485. The remaining four pre
cincts UBUallv go Republican, but not
sufficient to put Taft In the lead
The number of Democratic votes
would not nut Wilson In the lead.
The total vote In the entiro coi'n
ty will be from L750 to 1.S00, while
the vote in 1908 was 1,606 At that
time Taft lcccived 717 votes and Bry
an received 720 In the entire count)
The came precincts reported todaj.
14 out of 19, gave Taft in 1908 673 and
Bryan 6S9. In the samo precincts
this vear Spry received 443. Tolton
429 arid'MorriB 506. The vote for con
gressmen is not available.
Thero are three candidates in the
Held for the legislature: Beuniou, R..
seems to have boon elected by a small
plurality over Nebeker, P., and Rlch-
ist n is the ladder on which success 1
ff M Al 1 T is reached, Yonr credit is good i
tbT vQH here and you get the best 1
merchandise. 1
."The National" "-& SSSSSoSH I
"" iT!JlSfSaX "National" . en- I
to everybody. Open a a1 whoEe means are limited are I
joy prosperity. Men and J !?tf life by bnying their I
j-THIS IS AN IMPORTANT PAGE; KEEP IT, llB
REMEMBER IT, IN YOUR WEEK'S BUYING Y. I
TOMORROW OUR GREAT NOVEMBER SALE SWINGS INTO ACTION NO MISREPRESENTATIONS I If H
I NO MARKING UP NO FICTITIOUS VALUES JUGGLING .SK 1 1' H
I OF PRICES HAS NEVER BEEN TOLERATED HERE. Sfe, ' I 1 B
J A GREAT SALE OF SUITS, COATS, GOWNS llfHfc K V
AND DRESSES PISl. 1 If' -fl
I THIS IS THE LARGEST PURCHASE 6F READY-TO-WEAR ! Jf jM I I
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THIS SHOWING, THE DESIRABLENESS OF THESE GOODS AND ft 1rlSkHfWl I I
I THE VALUES, YOU WILL REALIZE THAT UNUSUAL PREPAR- LM WMMWmmKX 1 l.M
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I TAILOEING OF THE BEST-BUILT DIEOE ODrOOCO ffAHWIll ll ' 1 PI
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I OFF. JIEGULAR PRICE. THESE SUITS SHOWING SILKS, CORDUROYS VEL- U BK.t .B)MB II 1 it M
J ARE OF THE BEST KNOWN DESIGNS VETS AND SERGES. WE HAVE EITHER U 1 WMmWtmW m m 1 ll
I AND MANY VERY EXCLUSIVE MOD- THE PLAIN TAILORED STREET DRESS- MfHIlrtHBl if I I 1
ES AND THE FANCY EVENING DRESS fW ffiffirkllRil Pl 1 In lil
COATS POSITIVELY STUNNING IN ANY 0F THESE materials. lli I
ARE THE COATS COMFRISED IN THIS AND 0FF REGULAR PRICE ( AtMSl WMlwfw v 1 II
SALE, INCLUDING EVERY SMART MA- -n -DTrvmn Am r,flmTrt nrt,vr. fflSfflSS$?$Z VtmlSi M I
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I. I. ! I I I II , ..j II I H
ardson, P NcbcKor Is the Incim-'
bent.
The county tickets "wore much
scratched. Tho Republicans hac,
elected SIddowa), commissioner, four
year term, Wnllacc Calder. county at
tornc ; X U Sowards, superinten
dent of schools, and Jacob V Olcson,
assessor
Tho Democrats hao elected Tnom-(
as J. Caldwell county commissioner,
two-year term, Lynne Ashton, clerk,
Jamofl Schaffer, treasurer, and Nile I
Hughel. sjrveyor. The Progressives!
elected Richard Pope sheriff, and Mrs.
Mabel Hacking rcc-order The Uem-
ocrats would undoubtedly have elect-1
cd the attorney nnd assessor but for
the fact that Calder and Oleson were
on both the Republican and Progres
sive tickets.
SEVIER.
Richfield. Nov. 7. Tho Republicans
swept Sevier oounty at the election b
a heavy pluiallty. The Bull Moosers
apparently did not affect the situation
and the Republicans won out with old
time pluralities.
The Democrats have been In power
for tho last two years In the county,
but at this election were turned out
of office by an overwhelming vote,
the Democrats retaining only the
countv clerk, the county trcasurei
nnd the sheriff. The county wen
heavily Republican qn the national
and state tickets
Returns complete In tbo county give
Taft 1.4C0, Wilson S71, Roosevelt S16,
Debs 2S1.
Far congress Howell. R.. 1, 17U, J
Johnson, R., 1,399; T. D. Johnson, I)..
93C; Thomas, D., 975.
For governor Spry 1,353. Tolion
902.
For judge Erlckson, R.. 1.G4S;
Hayes, fusion, 1.318.
For district attorney Sevy. R., 1,
170; Haflnmn. fusion, 1. 162.
For sennior Kckersley, R., 1.C90.
Johnson, fusion. 1,102.
For representative Chrlstensen, R.,
1,5GG, Peterson, D.. S2S.
The successful countj officers aro.
Commissioners J. L. Staples. D G
Burgess.
County attorney. N'cpbl J. Bates.
Comity clerk, Ed Ross
Sheriff, Andrew Lawson.
Treasurer, C. W. Powell Ji
Recorder, Mrs. Mathilda Daltou.
Assessor. Georgo A. Chrlstensen.
Surveyor, Larue Ogdcn
IRON.
Parowan, Sow 7. Parowan precinct
gives Taft 22S. Wilson 181. Roosevelt
17
Howell. R 228. Johnson. R, 22S.
Johnson, D., 128, Thomas. D., I8G;
Love, P.. 12; Laison, P.. 12; Sprj .
214; Tolton 203; Morris. 7
Pnrngoonah precinct Taft 63. Wil
son 67. Roosevelt 3, Debs 23. i
Howell. R., 62; Johnson It, 01 . I
Johnson. D.. G9 Thomas. D.r JGS; Love
P, 3; Larson. P. ?.. Spry 02. Tolton
80
Cedar Cll, Nov. 7 Three out of
11 precincts In Iron county give Taft
41, Wlls.on 25. Roosevelt 4. Debs 1.
WASATCH.
Myton. Utan. Nov 7. With the five
lnrse precincts hcaid from on the ron
enaliou out of Wasatch county It is
a toss-up between the three leading
candidates for president There is no
doubt, howcor, that the entire state
Republican ticket has been elected In
the county, having carried by 300 ma
jority in the west end.
Howoll, Spry and Matleon arc mu
lling ahead of the ticket.
Five precincts give Taft 200, WU
bon 190, Roosevelt 210, Debs 150;
Howell 239, Johnson 223; Spry 211.
Mattson 211.
Tho balance of the precincts will
change the majority result but llttlo
except in the Socialist vote, which will
he heay In several of the precincts.
L. JJ. Wight, senatorial nominee for
Wasatch and Summit counties, Is
safely in the lead of McGill, D W.
I L. Van Wagner, Republican nominee
f
for representative, is safe, and the
Republicans will not Ioso more than
one man at moat on tho county tick- j
et
i
PIUTE.
Marysvale, Nov. 7. Piute county
gives Taft 189, Wilson 117, Rcosovclt
126, Debs 82, Howell 1S1. J. John
son 1G2, T. D. Johnson 97, Thomas
97, Love SG, Larson 37, Spry 1G5, Tol
ton 138, Morris 99.
Three Bmall .precincts aro not yet
reported.
WASHINGTON.
St. Georce, Nov. 7. Eighteen pre
cincts out of 19 In Washington coun
tv gl'c Governor Spry 728 Tolton,
r3., 827; Morris, P. If. The same
precincts in 1908 gave Tail 707, Bry
an 778.
RICH.
Randolph, Nov. 7 incomplete re
turns from Rich county Indicate that
the Republican ticket was successful
by a small majority
BEAVER.
Beaver, Cov 7. Tv,i out of tho
seven districts In Beaver county give
Spry 3S, Toltdn 110. Morris S
no
I
To Remove Sallowness,
Blotches or Wrinkles
(From Family Pryslcltn )
Do j on realize- that jii6t" beneath
that coarse. mudd. or discolored com
plexion thero's an exquisitely beauti
ful skin of youthful tint and dclloaoj ,
If 3 ou -could onl bring this com
plexion to the surface, discarding tlw
old one! You can In the easiest,
simplest, most naturAl manner Imag
inable. Just get an ounce of ordi
nary mercollaed wax at any drug
store, apply nightly like cold cream,
removing it mornings with warm wa
ter The wax assists Nature by
gradually taking off iho lingering
particles of dead and half-dead sur
face skin,- caioing no discomfort
whatever. -Qrdlnarllj it takes from a
week to ton dayB to (Jompleto the
transformation. Cutaneous defects '
like pimples, blooches. liver spots,
moth patches, freckle?, of course dis
appear with the old skin Nothing '
else that I know of will accomplish
such" wonderful results in so short a
time.
Fine-"lines and even the deeper
wrinkles of'en nppoar.at rin early
age ' In .suon cases nothing Is better
than a faco-baili made b dlHSolvma '
I oz powdered -sasolile In 1-2 pint
witch lKvzoJi..Thl is remarkably ef-
fecthf AdertisomenO
GREAT-PROFITS IN
THE ART BUSINESS
Loiidrtn, .Vox ' 7 Th? groat profit'
made by 'aff dealers from American1
purchaser' "wefe ppoeed In the tPh
timony in the3 suit brought against Sir
George Donaldson by Alfrod G Tem
ple, the art 'expert, In connection with
tho sale of n collection of old masters
Btre'r quick rHItt from Dual cUmi7eB
UrrLtti rOich.tlrrtldtroii.ttnrTiJ 0f H
U throat er ftomKh. X jwrun lb tntrkit- H
OTr Umllllub lubrold. kundoo'i, th ortjrlDil iH
oiKroulii CaUrrbtl JtUjr, ioo:he sod bl.
1 It plriot, eooU rt)muc. Coauins do H
cclDt. borl. It"" r dy olhrr Junaful .
Inr rrdlenU aurqt?l, In cd V tub M
at ll drueul'- e3lVHP.K IK.
to ex-United States Senator Clark or
Montana lor $740,000.
Judgment was gnen to Mr Temple
for $27,000 and the lord chief Justice
who tried the suit awarded him an
other $3,720 as recompense for the
detention of the money since 1909.
In the course of hib oxamlnation Sir
Georgo Donaldson testified that he
had bought a plctuie by Turner for
$30,000 and sold it to Mr. Clark for
$75,000 and that a seascape by Jan
Van Goyon, bought for f-'.OOO, had
been sold for $23,000.
I oo
PROGRESSIVES
TO HOLD MEETING
New York, Nov 7 -A meeting ol
the state committee of the Progres
sive party and of the county chair
man has been called to be held in this
city week after next. A statoment lv
Stato Chairman William H. Hotchklss
declares that under no circumelanccs
ou
Read tho Classllied Ads. ifj f
TYPES OF SOLDIERS WHO ARE FIGHTING I
DESPERATELY AMONG BALKAN MOUNTAINS i &'
. ;:
'-- foiJuflsftjESEgyES GOING TO BARRACKS! :- ll
Milllan experts conccdo that the
allied Balkan states have an advan
tage of Turkey in the matter of well
trained and properly equipped troops
will the Progressive part? fuse with
the Republicans
WILL INTRODUCE
SOME NOVELTIES
New York, Nov. 7 Democratic
loaders propose to Introduce several
political noelties now that they are
assured of control of the federal gov
ernment for the next four years, ac
cording to authoritative reports .here
today.
A feature propesej is the mainten
ance of the Democratic national com
mittee as a permanent working body.
The establishment of a governmen
tal suggestion box through which the
rcople throughout the country might
express their opinion on governmental
affairs has been mentioned.
YOU BRITISHER, I
"I wonder what made that man so
Practlcall all of the male realdQuU
of Greece," MontenegTO, Servla and ad
jacent prlnclpalitleu have had mili
tary training. But tho Turks hac
... ,'
mad when I asked him whether he was . H
of English ext ractlon?" - H
"'Perhaps it was because he was --H
extradited from England a few years '
ago for a crime that he had commit- t H
ted while he was holding an lmpor-
tant position in a bank " Exchange J
Yorkshire's Many Acre. .
One often hears It stated that York J
shire can boast more acres than there ,
aro letters In the Bible, and rooEt t
people, on hearing the statement for
the first time, dre inclined to doubt 1
its accuracy It is perfectly true,
however Authorities differ as to the
exact acreage of Yorkshire, one glv
lng it as 3.SS2.S4S acres, another a?
3.771.S13; but as tho number of let
ter8 In the Bible, according to labor!- ,l
ous computation, is only 3.55C.4S0. fV t W
ncres beat the letters with aomathlnp J
to spare, London Tit-Bits. ,
j id- antai'e m th; natural rrocu nil
or the native and in the lact tlitjt mM
most o( them nru religious fanatjC4 MlMM
who regard death on tho field of bat- Ml
tie as bomethlusr to be sought. VI, H

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