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H . : " ffHE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912. . . . Ji
H ': BXsJSStr Grape
M ' powder (Stfisss.
H VD7 Ho'Afesm WfWt)
H t yP: T j M0 Lime Pfoosgsftafes yfjtf
H : ' NEWS NOTES OF
- ; THEACADEMY
H At the regular semi-monthly mcct-
HR ing of tbo student body this morning
H; a pl?n was adopted to have presented
H the life, chief characteristics and 11-
H lustrative works of an American au-
H thor at each meeting. The first of
H this series was given this morning.
H A biographical sketch of Paul Law-
H renco Dunbar, America's negro poet,
H I and general characteristics of his
H works were given by Student Body
H President Jesso L. Cottle, who also
B read two of his poems, "Candle Light-
H ing Time" and "When All Is Done."
H I Other of his poems wore read by
H students as follows
H "Little Brown Baby," Miss Bertha
n ' Wheelwright; "Breaking the Charm,"
HL J Miss Josephine Wade.
H J Other features of the program were
H Harmonica solo, "Over the Wares,"
H Jesse Cottle.
Kt The presentation of the class cham-
Hl pionship bashetball pennant by Coach
H Wm. McKay to the senior class, who
B won first place in the inter-class ser-
V Guy Toonc, senior class athletic
HP manager, made tho acceptance speech.
t Coach McKay announced the places
won by the teams as follows
Seniors, first; sophomores, second:,
juniors, third, and freshmen, fourth
After an illness of but two days,
Mrs. Margarel Maxfiold, G2 years old,
wife of John W. Maxfield, pioneer
vinegar manufacturer, died yesterday
afternoon at her home at 270 West
Seventh South street, Salt Lake. The
cause of death was heart disease
Mrs. Maxfield was born in Wood
stock, Ontario, Canada, October 30,
1S50. She made Chicago her homo
until 1SS2, when she moved to Og
dcn. Two years later Mrs. Maxfield
went to Salt Lake and for many years
had been Identified with the Eman
uel Baptist church and Woodbine cir
cle No. Ml, W O. W.
KILLS WIFE, BABY AND SELF.
Worcester, Mass., Nov. 20. John
Wood, a grocer's clerk, killed his
wife, his 4-months-old baby and him
self with chloroform during the night.
A note found by a 13-year-old daugh
ter when she awoke today told of
' I "$5 HOLIDAY -
! i AjP . .EXCURSIONS
H A ff VIA
L Ayfi- SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES
f ' jt I FR0M OGDEN to
K - f Portland, Ore.
H ll V Spokane, Wash.
m - ' j f North Yakima, Wash.
Hi! ft Walla Walla, Wash.
H Jl Lewiston, Ida.
H ia ';. Pendleton, Ore.
I - . ' f:' $o
M j! San Francisco
m Jl , JLos Angeles
s '" $4
m Seattle, Wash $51.20
ITacoma, Wash $48.70
Diverse Routes thru California
M IM Long Limits
I ; HI ';,,, On Sale Nov. 23 and 25
' : 1 5 Dec. 21 and 23
H j JSS-- CITY TICKET OFFICE
m I vljfcpL 2514 Washington Ave.
H I ggfl PAUL L. BEEMER, C. P. &. T. A.
H. i . .
! I F. S. KING BROS. CO.. LARAMIE, WYO. 1
H 1 Range rams for sale, large and well boned. I
H j I Also, thoroughbred ewes in car lots or I
H I ! 1 :small numbers. Also flock headers. 1
H 1 ; Respectfully yours, 1
1 F. S. KING BROS. CO. 1
I ' i FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
1 I OF OGDEN, UTAH 1
K I tJ. S. DEPOSITARY 1
I I r!$!lA'y ;.- 9 150,000.00 I
M 1 undivided profits and surplus 350,000.00 1
H 1 Posits 3,500,000.00 I
H I SdEcclea, Pra.; M. S. Browning, Vice-Prea.; G. H. Tribe, I
M .1 ;lce-prcs.; John Watson, Vice-Pres.; John Pingree, Cashier I
H , Jas. P. Burton, Asst. Cashier. ' 1
Secret Service Agent
Takes Circulators of
Kansas City, Nov. 20. Five Greeks
were arrested here today by Frank .M.
Sommcr, United States secroi service
agent, on n charge of circulating for
eign money. 'The men under arrest
are Nick Niatas, a leader of the local
Greek colony, .Mike Karantounias, Pe
ter Konomos, Charles Drown and
Two men now under arrest In St.
Louis, officials say, manufactured tho
money on a farm belonging to one of
them near Stover, Mo. The manufac
turers, it Is alleged, sold the money
to tho five Kansas City Greeks for 50
cents on the dollar Several hundred
dollars of it have- been ghon In
change to Kansas City housewives
and hoardinghousc keepers by Greek
and Italian fruit venders and peddlers.
Marriage License This afternoon
a marriage license was issued to
James Edward Simpson and Alta
Myrel FlinderB of Hooper.
No Court Today Judge Nathan J.
Harris is still occupied with court
affairs at Logan and he will not re
turn to the city until tomorrow morn
ing Judge Howell held no court
Ready to Excavate The walls of
the Klesel building on Twenty-fourth
street, and Hudson avenue, have
been razed to the ground and a force
of men Is removing the stone walls
of the basement, preparatory to ex
cavating for the new five-story
Concreting Roadbed The construc
tion force of the Ogden Rapid Transit
company will begin laying tho con
crete roadbed on Washington avenuo
between Twenty-second street and
the Ogden river bridge tomorrow. The
ties and rails have been placed in
Sale of Business Property Within
the next few days negotiations will
be closed for the purchase of the
property of Mrs. T. Tophan imme
diately east of the European hotel on
Twenty-fifth street. The purchase
will be made by James Hays of
Lemhi county, Idaho. The property
has a frontage of about twenty-seven
Residence Sold Emory A Smith
has sold to George Browning his resi
dence on Washington avenue, be
tween Twenty-seventh and Twenty
eighth streets. The consideration is
$0,v)00. Mr. Smith has gone into busi
ness in Salt Lake and he has moved
his family there.
Transfer Made Today in tho re
corder's office was filed the deed
transferring the Woodmansee block
on Twenty-fourth street to W. H.
Wright and Sons' company. The
amount paid Is $29,500. The "deed of
transfer is signed by Vilate Wood
mansee, administratrix for the es
tate of Charles H. Woodmansee, de
ceased. From Evanston Tom Painter of
Evanston, Wyo , well known in this
city among sheepmen and a recog
nized authority on the pugilistic
game, Is in the city to attend the
Elks' house, warming today and to
morrow. Breaks Collar Bone Mrs. John E.
Bagley is in Provo with her daugh
ter Mrs. Thadeus McNltt Mrs. Bag
ley bad the misfortune a short time
ago t- break her collar bone and she
has not entirely recovered from the
injury. Sho will remain with her
daughter a number of weeks.
Soldiers Coming Four cars, con
sisting of one combination coach and
three tourist sleepers with 10G sol
diers and seven officers on board will
arrive in Ogden tonight over the Rio
Grande from FL Logan. The carB
will be transferred to the Southern
Pacific company at this point and the
men will resume their journev to San
Francisco where they will be sta
tioned. War Greeks A special car filled
with Cheeks from San Francisco
passed through Ogden this morning
ourou for New York, bound for the
Company Physician Dr. M. C.
Meyer, company physician for the
Utah Construction company, is regis
tered at the Marion hotel.
Clyde Hogsett, traveling freight
agent for the Missouri Pacific and
Iron Mountain railroad with head
quarters in Salt Lake, is in the city
on official business.
Butter Is Short Weight The state
dairy and food bureau Is considering
the case of the David Hone creamery,
which is alleged to be selling short
weight butter. Commissioner Wlllard
Hansen has apprised the firm and
may cite the proprietors for Investi
gation. Preparing His Report Fred W.
Chambers, state fish and game com
missioner, is preparing his biennial re
port, which will be submitted to the
governor and legislature by November
JO. It will contain a recapitulation of
fiBh and game conditions throughout
the state, Including tables regarding
tho distribution and planting of trout
Erecting Residence George A, Holt
Is building a residence on Patterson
avenue, between Grant and Washing
ton avenues, to cost in the neighbor
hood of $1,200.
Respect Shown District court was
adjourned this afternoon out of ro
spect to the memory of Mrs. Jane S.
Must Watch Autoists A notice
haB been posted up in police head
quarters notifying the police officers
that thev must pa' more attention to
automobUists who disregard the ordi
nance on speeding, lighting and num
bering. Dinner for the Pool" The Ogden
Nest No. 1218 Order of Owls is mak
ing preparations for a big Christmas
dinner to be given to the poor of the
cltv on Christmas day.
1 &ead the Claelfied. Ads.
TWO WILL DIE
Murderers Face Execu
tion at San Quentin
Sacramento. Cai., Nov 20. Unless
good reason for Intervention by tho
governor is forthcoming two condemn
ed murderers will be executed at San
Quentin next Friday, the first men
to die on the gallows In California hi
more than a year
Governor Hiram W. Johnson an
nounced today that in future tho law
in capital punishment cages In the
state would be allowed to take Its
course unless convincing reasons for
reprieve were produced.
He made the statement in connec
tion with the granting of a two-weeks'
stay of execution to still another con
demned man. but made no comment as
to the reason for his decision.
Prior to the election of November 5
an initiative petition providing for tho
abolishment of capital punishment was
circulated but not filed In time to ap
pear on the ballots on that day It
will be given place on the general
election ballots next year
OUT BY DUNDEE
(Bv H M Walker)
Los Angeles, Nov 20. Broadway
has sent us a "bear." Johnny Dundee
hy name, a foatherwelght with the
cleverness of a Corbett and a "kick"
of a Ketcbel
Dundee knocked out Frankle Con
lev, dropped the game veteran to the
floor in the 19th round of their sched
uled 20-round battle in the Vernon
arena of the Pacific Athletic club
From the pulline off of the bath
robes until the final blow Dundee
was in the lead, swinging In every
punch at his command, and finding
a fair spot in nine out of ten tries.
Conley was wobbling when ho came
up for the 19th round Dundco rush
ed for his man and started swinging
lefts and rights for the head One
of these, a right, caught Conley on
the rim of the Jaw He backed slow
ly away, his knees bending under
him, and dropped down on all fours
under the ropes Every thought of
fight had been driven from his brain
and as he straightened to a stand
ing position his arms were hanging
limp at his sides. He was absolute
ly helploss and Referee Eyton. stop
ping over to Dundee, raised his right
Conley's gameneas could call for no
greater tribute than Jim Flynn's re
mark as he left the ringside.
"That little fellow took a beating
that would have sent a heavyweight
to the hospital," said Jim. "He's tho
earnest kid In the world."
Promoter McCarey expects to
match Dundee with Johnny Kllbane
at Vernon for the featherweight
championship New Year's.
WOMAN AND FOUR
MEN IN CUSTODY
Indianapolis, Nov. C Four men
and a woman- were arreBted here today
In the federal raid. They are:
Dr. C. A. Henry, president of a rub
Miss Nellie A. Wheelan, employed
by the company.
E. E Morrison, wealthy merchant,
prominent in church work.
Dr. S. P Stoddard.
Arrests In St Paul.
St. Paul, Nov. 20. Those arrested
here in the government "purity cru
sade" are Mrs. Rose Gilbert, Mrs. Er
nestlna Esch, Harry Sansby, Ida Pear
son and Mlnnfe Schwanse.
GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS
Buffalo, N. Y.. Nov. 20. Writs of
capias were sqrved on the Cahoon
Lyon Drug company and Faxon, Wil
liams and Faxon. gTOcers and drug
gists, today in the postofflce crusade.
Both concerns are large corporations,
"Do you have to be examined by a
physician before joining the Aviation
"No; not until after you have made
your first flight,"
Reduces Fare City Ticket Agent
Paul Beemer has received a notice
from Chicago to the effect that the
Twentieth Century Limited, the fast
train between Chicago and New York,
has reduced the excess fare charged
by them from $10 to $8. The train
loaves Chicago now at 12:40 p. m.,
and arrives in Xew York at 9:40
o'clock the next morning.
EAST AND RETURN
Ogden and Salt Lake
Missouri River points $40.00
St. Louis, Mo $51.00
Chicago, III $59.50
Also reduced rates to other points,
November 23rd, 25th. Re
Dateo j turn Limit, January 31st,
cf.. J 1913.
.Sals. December 21at, 23rd. Re
turn Limit Feb. 28th, 1913
For further Information and rates
from other points, address
E. R. LEIS,
Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fe
233 Judge Building.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
I - '-' -
Superintendent of Idaho
School Cleared of
All Blame. .
Spokane, Wash., Nov 20 Advices
from Boise, Idaho, announce that a
majority of the state board of school
trustees filed a report today of the
Investigation of the State Industrial
School at Si Anthony, completely ex
onerating Superintendent J. T. Hum
phries and other ofTicerB of the school
who were charged with inflicting un
merciful punishment of inmates of
It is said that Goernor Haw ley and
one other member of the board will
filo a minority report advocating tho
dismissal of the schrool officials
Lawyer Mahoney Points
Out Unusual Features
Salem, Mass.. Nov. 20 Pleading
Iho innocence of Joseph .1 Ettor, lead
er of the Lawrenco textile strike, of
aijy responsibllitj for the killing of
Anna Lopizzo in that struggle last
winter. Attorney J. H. S Mahonoy to
day jtddrosbed the jury which for five
weelra hab been trying his client, to
gether with Arturo Giovannltti and Jo
Mr Mahoney at tho outset pointed
out tho unusual features of the case.
In that Ettor and Giovannltti are
charged as accessories to a murder
without any claim that either had an
hand in the crime, or were anywhere
near the scene of its enactment.
"Who asks you to send to tho elec
tric chair this labor leader, striving
to better a suffering people?" asked
Mr Mahoney "You and I know that
when a man strives to get Increase in
wages for laborers he runs counter to
the interests You and I know that
men in the corporations of tho coun
try and the big manufacturing plants
are men who are able to move the ma
chinery' of the law more than you and
Mr. SIsk, counsel for Caruso, also
addressed the jury, attacking in par
ticular the testimony of Thomas Kan
anda of Cleveland, 0., that he saw
Caruso stab Policeman Benoit Mr
SIsk also asserted that Caruso had
established an alibi.
Augusta, Me.. Nov. 20 The taking
of testimony In the case of Mrs Elsie
Hobbs Raymond, charged with the
murder In 1005 of MJss Mattle Hack
ett, - as begun in the state supreme
court here today
Tho motive of tho alleged murderer
was the wlfe'B jealousy
Among witnesses attending the trial
are. Mrs. Georgo Mastorman and
daughter: Mrs. Walter Folson of Se
attle, and Mrs. Charles D. Richard
son of Detroit
Masterman lived in the same house
as tho Raymonds at the time Miss
Hackett was killed.
PAY TOO SMALL
Chicago, Nov. 20. American rail
roads are grossly underpaid for car
rying United States mail, according
to a report presented to the members
of the American Railway association
todaj by Julius Kruttschnilt, chair
man of the committee on railway mail
"Mail traffic does not par Its op
erating cost," the report read. "The
unjust reductions of recent jears
should be corrected and the railroads
should bo relieved from tho striking
ly unjust methods by which they are
at present deprived of anything ap
proaching fair compensation."
DR. WALKER TO BE
HEARD IN COURT
Washington, Nov 20. Dr Francis
Walker, deputy United States com
missioner of corporations, at today's
hearing befoje Examiner Brown of
testimony In the steel corporation dis
solution suit, testified further, sub
ject to objection, regarding his charts
of price changes in steel products.
Dr. Walker's testimony was Inter
rupted yesterday to allow argument
before Circuit Judges In Philadelphia
over the admissibility of his evi
dence, but the Philadelphia court had
adjourned until December 2, so it
was agreed to continue Dr. Walk
er's testimony subject to objection
MONEY TRUST CASE
RESUMES DEC. 9
Washington, Nov, 20. The so-called
"Money trust" Investigation by the
houso banking and currency commif
tee will be resumed December 9, ac
cording to an announcement by Chair
man Pujo toda, after an executive
session of the committee.
In a public statoraent Mr. Pujo sale!
the committee would not be ablo to
complete its inquiry into the "con
centration of money in New York"
unless congress passed the natlona'
banking act now pending, giving the
committee the power to investigate
national banks' affairs.
HARVARD MAN ENDS LIFE.
Roseburg, Ore., Nov. 20. Whltcomb
Field, graduate of Harvard law school,
and formerly employed In the Boston
office of Louis D. Brandeis, ended his
life here today by shooting. Field was
30 years of ago. No cause for his act
Earlie Why does the eye have
His Pa Because it has a pupil, mj
son".' " ' ' '
Funeral servtcos for Mrs. Jane
Richardp were held this afternoon at
the Tabernacle, which was filled with
sorrowing friends and relatives There
were many numerous beautiful floral
Long before 1 o'clock people began
to enter the Tabernaclo and when the
casUoi was brought frm the houio of
Mrs. Joseph West the place was fill
ed Aside from the people of Ogdon
who have known and loved the do
ceased, thero were friends present
from all over the state
Tho speakers Included President
Joseph F. Smith. Piesldont Charles
W Penrose. Mrs Emmellno 13. Wolls.
president of the Relief society; Apos
tle D O. McKay and Rishop Robert
Professor Joseph Ballantync had j
charge of the musical numbers fori
the services and he prepared a, pro-j
gram A double quartette, consisting
of Myrtle Hlgley. Lillian Scott, Jert
Ballantyno. George Douglass, Walter
Steens, Hclmer Anderson and Mary
Jacobs, sang "The Ixjrd My Pastures
Shall Prepare," "When First the Glo
rious Light of Truth" was sung by
Rhoa Stevens. Maud Deo Porter sans
-O My Father," and Lillian Scott sunn
"Face to Face."
Mjrtle Hlgley ami Georgo Dong
lass sang tho duet Mj Father
Kuous" "Guiding Story" was ren
dered by F Dewey Richards and
Howard Ensign of Salt L-ako
AN OPEN LETTER
FROM THE CLUB
The following open letter has been
sent out by the Weber club
"Dear Sir: 1 notice a purported in
teriow from you in the Ogden papers
relative to a franchise you are now
seeking from Ogden Glty
"You have been either misquoted oi
misinformed in this matter. I wish
to assure you that this matter has
never been considered by the officers
of the Weber club. Yours verv trulv
J. L. REYNOLDS. Secretary."
The publicity bproau and not the
club, it Is understood, made the pro
test against long-terra franchises.
INTO THE RECORD
Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 20. In the
trial of John Bel Sneed, charged
with tho murder of Captain A. G. Boy
re, tho defense today caused to be
read into the record the testimony
given in the first trial by Sneed's fa
ther, who sinco has been killed by
The elder Sneed had testified that
he informed his son of young Mrs.
Sneed's relations with Al Boyce Jr ,
and that ho adTised his son to secure
The statement declared Captain
Boyce had said he thought Mrs. Sneed
and young Boyce both were guilty
and expressed tho opinion that Beal
give up his wife and pay her alimony.
Cincinnati. Nov. 20. Officers of
Vogeler Drug company, prominent
wholesale druggists, were cited here
In the federal raid at Toledo Mrs.
Lida M. Bowers, superintendent of a
maternity hospital, was arrested.
Weekly Assembly Reverend Frank
Brainerd of the Congregational church
spoke to the students of the High
school at the general assembly ves
terday afternoon. George Douglas
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Arc you on a Hat pilgrim- 0
j age? Ours will meet all your I
I requircrncuts in every way. I
I Full of that Puritan Qnnl-
I And so new the styles have I ' I
I long forgotten the fact that
I their ancestors-came over in 1 j
1 the Mayflower. S ''
1 Derbies in the latest E
3 shapes Gj j
H SoCt Hats in the smartest I .'
n modes. .3 '
m Priscilla would surely up- 3 ;,'
i prove of John Alden in one '.',
1 of these TTats of foreign
n make. It
I Austrian and Italian Ye- j
;1 lours and Velvets. a i
9 a ;
I N'o matter what your 1 (
I wishes may be. we can serve R -,
I you best. I j
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8 Wash. Ave., at 2355 1 1
U Corns On In Si1
sang several solos which were well ' t
received. Professor Henry Peterson
intends to make the weekly assembly , ,
a regular part of tho school work and j I
prominent musicians and speakers
will take parL
Education?-! Association The trus- ,
tees of the Utah Educational associa
tion will meet In Salt Lake Sunday
night twhon the final arrangements
will be made for the big meeting of
the state teachers which begins Mon
day morning. The meeting will be ,
held at the Hotel Utah, the official
headquarters of the association.
Mrs. James Purdy, Mrs E M Ran
kin, Mrs. Summer Warner, and Her
man Purdy left this morning for Los 1
Angeles, whore they will enjoy sum- 1 .
mer weather during the winter J
LEFT FOR EAST. '
. Mr. and Mrs. G. Denson have left ;
for Kansas City to visit with friends.
Their stay will be brief.
Mr. and Mrs. C D. Booker of Malad, '.'
Jdaho, are visiting friends in this city
fpr a week or so.
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FRANK MOORE COAL COMPANY.' ' I ' -J
OGDEN STATE BANK J" i?1
Capital $ 100,00$.00
Surplus and Profits 150,00) 00 - &
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- J M. Browning, Vice Pres. E L ,Van -Meier. As8t.SLshjer S'