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S; ' . . . THE EVENING STANDARD, OQDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912. 5
4 CAST BABES
J INTO MUD
!i ' ??rk?h Soldiers Foully
J ! Murder Christian Wom-
J en andChildren
IV J. , 1'ondo,n- Nov. 20DescrIblug iho
J, , , J horrors In the wake of the Turkish re-
:J treat .v. litre the Turkish dead still Ho
& I unuurjod. the Daily Mall's corrospond-
.Wi ent with tho Dulgarinn army says-
V;fr" I passed through three or four vil-
ft, . lages which tho Turks In their re-
treat had given to the flamea There
W '1 u? J efir' no dbllbt that hy adder! io
k1M lhc horrors of the situation by foul
ii raa5Slcres of Christians. Evidences
! of these atrocities are buried but I
v) B heard from eye-witnesses whose word
rm ff cannot bo disputed that women were
r4;l murdered in cold blood and thlr
jjrJ ? slaughtered infants cast Into the mud.
7&z ' ' The atrocities were limited to two
W f lvree ,vI!laScs- Most of the people
'& Christian villages, with which
,jMJ i the country Is dotted, escaped al-
'yjfl I though their houses were burned and
jjaya j they were left without shelter or
jffijW means of subsistence."
l SALT LAKE
KILLED BY A
I FALL0F GRAVEL
BM Salt Lake, Nov 20 Whllo ho was
-IM in the act of inspecting the ovor-
ym hanging escarpment of a gravel bank
L to make sure of the safetv of team-
Im ster3 about to load, Andrew Joseph
jWW Thomson, pit foreman, 3G yeacs of. age
jJiJP was caught under an avalanche of
;tfW many tons of caving gravel and tho
j3f, life was crushed and smothered from
MM his body In a gravel pit at N street
vm and Thirteenth avenue at 2,30 p. m,i
Sfjjjf Eight men with shovels and three
atfjl scraper teams uncovered the body of
njw Thomson within ten minutes after the
v5l cac'n. He was quite dead He hal
hf fallen with his neck across a chain of
ml a scraper that was buried wfth him,
ill with the result that his neck was bad-'
I ly bruised, If not broken. The tragic1
M nes was carried to the widow and
I little family at the home. 151 Went-
I worth avenue, between Twelfth and
1 Thirteenth South on State strcot, by
m O. G, Worwnian. soon after Uio nc-
tt cident. Mr Wonvmnn leasoa the
gravel pit froin the city He was not
present ct tho time of'th accident
W. Thomas, a teamster, who had
driven Into the pit for a load, was
bur'cl to his waist In tho caving
gravel, whllo a team driven bv a
rtrhr named Jack Park, and hitched
to the scraper across which Mr.
i Thomson fell, was burled until only
M their head3 remained out Thev were
inot serlouBlj jnju,rqd,vi Dr., CP-'WIl-cox-wni
siframbnodto attend Thom
son, but found that deth had, ben.
s"vjft from suffocation nnparenflw
though there was some evidence that
the victim's neck had been broken
Besides his widow. Air Thomson
Is survived by four children, two bovs
nnd two glrlu. The bovs are Andrew
Glendowar, aged 8, and Walter Ray
mond, 4: the girls, Ethel Emaline,
aged P. and Myrtle Mary C. The home
In which Iho family Uvea Ib rented.
VVARR ONCE LIVED
IN SALT LAKE CITY
Los Angeles, Nov. 20. Carl Warr,
wo when first asked gae his name
as Albert Davis and hold up tho po
nco force over an hour yesterday, 3ald
last evening that he came from Salt
Lake, wbero ho lived wjth his par
ents for a number of years.
'I have not heard from them In
many years," he snld, although 1 be
Heve that they still live In Salt Lake.
J visited them there ten vears auo
but since that time I have "not heanl
from them or let them know where I
am I would rather die than have
them know the trouble that I am In
!t .would break their hearts." He ab
solutely refused to give their address
Last evening he gave the following
reason for his not "I have been studv
ing the social evils of southern Cali
fornia for some time and have come'
to the conclusion that the Southern
Pacific Electric company has made It
very hard for the working man.
''It was my Intention to go to the
police station, where thej would know
dynamite, and ask for Paul Shoup
preaideut of the Southern Pacific
Electric When ho came I was going
to demand that he guarantee higher
wages and If he refusod I was going!
to kill him 1 did It as a martyr to
the cause of tho worklngmcn."
ATTITUDE ON CEMETERY
Salt Lake Nov 20. Because the
city has declined to give to Hebrews
a piece of cemetery property, a dele
gation of Hebrews appeared before
and protested. The rofusal to give
the property was upon recommenda
tion of the commissioner of parks and
public property He saya that he
docs not believe- the city has a right
to give any of Its property to any
The property some years ajo was
turned over to the Catholics, but they
securing other property returned tho
land. The Hebrew people, needing
more ground, ask that the property
be tinned over to them on tho same
conditions it was given to the Cath
ollcs, that Is that all rmney derived
from the sale of burial lots be used
in improving and maintaining the
TURKS ARE STILL
Athens, Nov 10 Crown Prince
i Constantino today telegraphed the
prime minister as follows.
"The armv under my command,
standing three columns from Vodena,
IGamatilcovo and Kosanri began its ad
I wince on the fifteenth In heavy rsln.
which continued until tolay We
crushed the enemy's resistance on the
sixteenth and seventeenth near Ku-1
manoya, Catranitza Ostrovo Today i
we arc In the passes between Gern
itchivo and Ostroio anl the march i
will bo continued on to Fiorina.
"Th,o army before Fiorina is nrob
ably under tho commander of Nlazl,
a younc Turk from Resna The cn
eniv still Is resisting, despite the
surrender of the garrison at Monastic"
--J -MURDER BY JURY
, Medina, Ohio, Nov 20. After de-'llberating-
all night tho jury which
has beon trying Christian Stouor, a
farmer 73 years of ase for killing his
wife. Mary, last June, returned a
verdict of first degree murder with
a recommendation for mercy.
Stener ;s sa'd to have wanted to
acquire his wife's farm
j I Rheumatic Pains f?lk I
r 1 are quickly relieved by an application of Sloan's VV fiwjfifl h
j 3 Liniment You don't need to rub just lay on vp $8? !
j lightly. It penetrates at once to Sjg i
' 1 Miss Elsie Ma.ttiiky, 4g Talman 81'H'? vSSb
'4. H years ago my mother broke down with hmlmSuSwfajy J
5 m rheumatism. The doctors didn't do any IJljSlfiyl S
Mt I 00( mother v.-zs persuaded to try HBnfrv 1
III 1 -aa entirely well cad I bclicvo sho is WU,mStSfm t '
km a Relief From Rheumatiirn '& aB I
nM 1 Hiss H,E.LiNDELi!AF.G'lroy, Calif., J$2y
""irm 1 "lc3: " My mother has used one 50c ruy
j'lj m boillc of Sloan's Liniment, and although she is over S3 years of ace she has
(jrj 3 obtained great relief from her rheumatism." J
&& S Rheumatism Entirely Gone t.
'im 1 IlS EvCLETTA fYR, of 1:15 Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio, writes:
l I " My mother wastroublcd With rheumatism and her friends ndiiscd htr to get H
"fE 1 Sloan's Unlmentaud her rheumatism is entirely gone. At the same tlmo the H
mi$ i family was troubled with nng-worms thdrc werl five, ring-'norms between my
M B Ebtcr and I and Sloan'6 Liniment cured ever one of us in a week's time. ' H
f I is the best remedy for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, chest 1
I pains, asthma, hay fever, croup, sore throat and sprains.
i At nil dealors. Price, 25c, GOo., and $1.00. 1
9 Sloan'e Book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sertt free. Address 1
;( 1 Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
j-1 Utah National Bank
.j' I OGDEN, UTAH 1
j I United State3 Depositary 1
V I Capital and Burplus, $180,000 j
I' I Gives lis Patrons Site Fellesl 1
I Accommodation Consistent 1
I with Sale and Conservative 1
I EALPH E. HOAG, President. 1
1 HABOLD J. PEEEY, Vice-Preridtrnt. 1
I LOUIS H. PBEBY, Vice-PresidexiL 1
I A. V. McINTOSH, Cashier.
Witli Bulgarians of
London. Nov. 20. The Salonlki
correspondent of tho TinicH says that
the relations between the GreokB and
Bulgarians are far rroni amicable
"The fact," he says, -that more
serious developments have not oc
curred Is due to tho Pacific inter
vention or the Bulgarian mlnlstor to
France. Dr Stancheff, who is now
attached to the crown prince, Boris.
On November 18 the Bulgarians be
gan a battle Avith, the Turks at
Alvall and pursued the enemy to
within two miles trom Salonlki.
Bulgarians Ultimatum to Greeks.
"An envoy sent to demand the sur
render of the place found the Greeks
in possession Tho Greeks refused
to allow the Bulgarians to enter the
town. Tho Bulgarians thrn sont mi
ultimatum to the Greeks, threaten
ing to enter the town forcibly Tho
Greeks abandoned their opposition
and the Bulgarians and Servians wore
permitted within the walls The
Greeks express discontent With the
action nf Bulgarians in the town af
ter tho occupation, but the latter
claim Ihev were on the spot and could
base entered at thq same time
Unpleasant Incidents between the
two services havo beon frequent. The
Bulgarians suspect that tho Greeks
are endeavoring to Interfere with the
transpprt of, their food supplieF, thus
giving the Greeks an excuse to re
quest their retirement from Saloniki
owing to the difficulties over the
STATE NEWS 1
ARE NOT SOLD
The Ix)gan Journal sajs
"For the past several dajs there
have been a great many reports print
ed In the papers about the sale ol
the Bamberger electric railway be
tween Ogdon and Salt Lake to Chi
cago parties, and the additional state
ment has been made that the road
from Ogden to Brlgham and the I o
gan Rapid Transit company would
be absorbed by the syndicate It
has been said that all arrangements
were made lor a Hue from Preston
to Payson, nnd a good many people
here believed the report.
"David ISceles was in Logan yes
terday on his ay to Oregon, and
when seen by local newspaper men
denied most emphatically that there
has been any sale of tho lines in
which ho is Interested. Ho admitted
that he had seen and consultod vIth
them. Herely mentioned In the Salt
Lake papers, but said that while that
gentleman had expressed a desire
tr gd over the Ectles property be
tween Ogden and Brighr.ni. he had
not shown his ability nor his incli
nation to buy, and personally Mr Ce
des knows nothing of his standing as
a railway man or capitalist. Bit the
loat; lines have not been offered for
sale, nor arc they lor sale, in the
sense of being on the market.
' 'To be sure,' said Mr Eccles, 'we
will sell if wo can get our price. I
will sell anything I own, but that
docs not say that I hac anvthjn?
on the market, and the gentleman
ou name has not mad an offer for
the property of the lxigan Rapid
Transit company It is good nron
nrty and we do not cro to sell It
The work of extending Its 1'ncs north
and smith will go right on until the
county Is covered, that Is. according
to present plans. The part wo have
hi lit Is doln? nicely and we believe
that the other parts will do Just as
well, so we are going right ahead,
and there Is no sale bothering U3 at
oil ' "
Morgan City, Nov 20 The count
commissioners yesterday completed
the catUass of the election returns.
The results ghc:
Tafl, 319; Wilson, 233; Roo3ovelt,
273, Debs, 45.
Congressmen: Howell (RJ, 330; J.
Johnson (R)t 321; T. D. Johnson (D),
242; Thomas (D), 234; Love (P). 256;
Larson (P), 259.
Governor: Spry (R), 323; Tolton
(D). 267, Morris (P), 27S.
Justice: Frlck (It), 304, Young (D),
257; Hiles (P), 212.
Secretary: Mattson (R), 325, Eng
land (D), 23C. Hcndershot (P), 275
Treasurer Jowkes (R). 323; Mon
denhall (D), 232, Adams (P). 2G0.
Auditor: Kelly (ni, 321; Blaln (D),
235. Adams (P). 259.
Attorney General Barnes (R). 32S,
Strlngfellow (D), 234, Lawrence (P)
State Superintendent of Instruction
Nelson (ll-D), 471
Second Judicial District Harris
'BmsmzsEsssmBmiss nil niifhin nwr him vu mm Afc3raaaa Bfo H
I I i JDUXI KjI nsy i T$ j JrC JL w3 I 1
i I ' STARTING TODAY AND CONTINUING I H
jllJjf I 1 : UNTIL THANKSGIVING, WE WILL IN- 1 H
8 -pS "' AUGUEATE A LINEN SALE EQUAL IN I H
1 "BT' PRICE REDUCTION TO OUR USUAL I
1 l!" JANUARY SALE. OUR STOCK NOW CON- H
I j il - "TIAIIS MANY NEW PIECES PURCHASED I H
1 'I ' ' lwP''l!' F0R H0ODAY TRADE'AS IS CUSTOMARY I H
i jiMlffl AT BURT7S' 0UR VALUES WILL BE I
I hjjf ME SySlf Ik jIMkjT EUAL T0 THIS ADVERTISEMENT. 1 H
L "V.... J B
(R), 302; Howell (R). 37C Corn (D).
i2s- Pratt (D), 232. Ageo (P), 233:
Ragley (P), 234.
District Attorney Davis (ID. 333;
Cook (D). 23S. Fnrnsuorth (P). 213.
Senatorial- Thoruley (ID. 313.
Barnes (D), 317; Frank iDl, 21C;
Kingston (P). J2S.
County Four-j ear-commissioner-L
L Toono (R). 299, G. R. Thackeray
(Dl. 217, J S. Turner (P), 21S.
Two-year- S O. Rollins (R). 253;
William Giles (D), 255;T V. Butter
Sheriff. Charles Fry (R. 245; E. E
Butters (D), 25S, B. Y. Roblson (P).
Clerk--G. Y Robblns (R). 29G; R. T.
n-v (D). 339. D A. Roblson (P), 173.
Treasurer: II. Helner (R). 330; YV.
R Rich (D), 22S, R. II. Walsh (P).
Attorney: E. A. Wild (R). 321; T. A
Condle (D), 239; S C. Hulct (P). 218.
Recorder: W. Visick (R). 332; F.
obIson (D). 279. Mrs. K Littlefiel.l
Assesror: George Brough (Rl, 3C9;
lco:go Floienco (D), 201; II. K. Por-'c-
Survejor- R O Porter (R), 324; F.
V Clark (D). 22S; O. B. Anderson
Amendments -1- Yes. 31; no. 117
1 Yes, 40. no. 2C7. 3': Yes. 49, no,
"JC0. 4- Yes, 52; no. 253. 5. Yes, 3G;
no, 209. C: Yes. 3S. no. 2C9 7: Yes,
JC. no. 27C. S: Yes, 4-L.no. 2C5.
?ION MAN FATALLY
INJURED IN QUARREL
Grand Junction, Colo., Nov 20.
With the to) of his head beaten al
most to a pulp and suffering other Jn
iurics Inflicted with a stove poker.
William E Linn of Salt Lake, a brlJgo
"arpentcr for the Dener & Rio
Jrande. died in St Mnr.Vs hospital
here last night. Linn Is said to have
eceived his injuries at the hnnds of
l A Downing, agout for the D & R
3 at Wstwater. Ttah.
Linn Is said to have provoked a
quarrel with Downing early last night
which resulted in his fatal Injuries.
He was brought to the hospital here
it 1 o'clock yesterday morning. He
lid not regain consciousnesc
Linn leaes a sister in Rockford
!1 and another in Sprlngvllle. Utah
Downing js still at work under sur
vrll'ance of two armed guards until he
'an be rolieved. The coroner of
Grand county, Utah, has boon inform
ed and will reach hero tonight to take
"barge of the body Linn was about
'0 years of age
STABBED IN BACK
Bingham. Nov. 20. -Damlnlck Ro
mero, nn Italian strikebreaker of the
Highland Boy mine, was stabbed twlco
in the back late last night. In Carr
Fork, and six of his countrymen,
strikers, were arrested Romero, who
was taken to Dr. f E. Staup's hos
pital. Is In a serious condition Louis
Decol, another Italian strikebreaker,
said to have beon with him when the
attack was made, is also under arrest.
That there wrus a fierce fight towar!
the upper end of Cnrr Fork, near the
mine, about 10 o'clock last night. Dep
uty Sheriffs Thea Schweitzer and Otto
Whltbeek. who made the arrests, say
they aro certain, but it was Impossible
to get a (jomprchlnslve account from
tbe foreigners Dccol said lil com
panion was wounded by slrnngers
whom ho could not recognlzo Tut
six strikers declared two men fired re
volvers and throw stones at them
without pro oration, hut all denied
UHing any weapons themselves
The strikers gavo their names as
Frank Palllne. Louis Porgado Cou
dreo Palline, Charles Dlearlo. Alfonso
Mlcozzf and Mnrrlo Sella Thoj were
locked in the Bingham police station.
An Investigation will lie made In the
Tho firGt Information of the trou-
j SPECIAL ATTENTION. 1
I is called to tho modern Safe Deposit Vault of the: fj
I 5 Commercial National Bank. ?
It is hoth Fire Proof and Burglar Proof thas af.
j j fording the Strongest Possible Promotion for, your Q j
S ; Valuablfs. Safe Derosit Boxes for rent. o
I I $2.00 and up per year. H fi
ble was given liv the six men soon af
ter 10 o'clock. They called at the
station and said they were on their
way to the Highland Boy to notifj
members of tho Italian society of a
meeting to be held Friday cenlng
when two men attacked them with re
volvers and stones They told the
police they ran .tway Through the
descriptions they furnished Schweitzer
and Whllbcck arrested Romero nnd
Dccol When Romero's wounds were ,
discovered the deputies went out anJ
rpiurned with the six strikers
FORTY MILES OF
Provo, Nov 20.--S. S. Arentz. chief
engineer for the Salt Lake & Utah
Interuruan Railroad company, an
nounced yesterday that an order had
been placed with tho Colorado Fuel
& Iron company for 40 miles of steel
rails. Five miles of rails have ul
readv been delivered A gang of men
is busy laying the ties and rails in po
sition S S. Arentz, IL IMoorc nnd F R
Nicholas met with the residents of
Provo Bench to find out how the peo
ple felt about fencing n portion of
the state road for the niterurbqn
tracks A Inrge crowd gathered at
ll'.e Spencer scbool to discuss the
matter It wns decided to appoint
a committee to carry a petition to ev
ery resident on the street When
this petition has been signed It will
be presented to the county commis
sioners for action
The intorurbau situation is becom
ing interesting in this county, as both
the Orem and Alexander interests
seem determined to build their roads j
ilr. Orem has the start as he has
secured all tho necessary franchises
froiu the Juab county line Into Salt
I ake Alexander and McGlnnls have
obtained franchises all through with
the exception of the Utah cosiitv
and tbe Provo city sections, and
these will undoubtedly be granted in
a short tlmo.
LICENSED TO MARRY.
Provo. Nov 20.- -The following mar
rlnge licenses have been granted b
the county clerk:
James Curtis of Spring illc and Rose
Snyder of JMapleton
Allien Cunningham and Edna Pul
ley, both of American Fork.
Joseph J. Madsen of Vineynrd, Dru
cilln May Aston of Lindon.
Morgan D. Warner, Jr.. and Sarah
V Erickson, both of Spanish Fork
l'roo, Nov 20. A crusade has been
started in this city over the sale or
cigarettes to minors by the parents
classes of tho Sunday schools. A con
vention lias beon called to take place
in the stake tabernacle next Sunday
afternoon when an organization will
be effected to urge a strict enforce
ment of the law. Prof. W. II. Cham
berlain and W II. Boyle of the B. Y.
U have the work In charge.
MRS HANSEN PASSES.
Sandy, Nov 20. Mrs Margaret
Hansen, wife of H. P. Hansen, passed
awnj at her rcsldenco here yesterday,
General debility Is given as the causo
of death She was 5S years old and '
had lived In Sandy lor 25 years. Fu
neral services will bo hold In the
ward meeting house Sunday at noon l
Interment will I.k; In Sandy Cit cemetery.
WEATHER FAVORS BEET
DIGGING IN CACHE
Logan, Nov. 20. Twenty thousand
tons of boots reranln In the ground In
this district The pleasant weather of
tho last few days has given digging a
new Impetus The beets are being
plied In the fields as the roads are so
bad the tarmcrs cannot convey them
to tho factory.
Provo Nov 20. Tho Fourth dis
trict court yesterday morning granted
a divorco to May E. Laird from Wil
liam A. Laird. Tho couple was mar
ried here last July Alice Jensen wa3
given a final decree from William C
BUSINESS BLOCK BURNED
Salem. Ida. Nov 20. The business
place of Harris &. Co was gutted by
riro this morning. Tho.postofflce 'o
cated in the same building was com
pletclv wined out. Tho loss Is cov
ered by insurance.
SUIT TO COLLECT . '
Provo Nov. 20 Jacob Evans, Goo.
Havercn'mp and A. H. DcLonK fllcl
suit todav against Harry K. Mark is.
Harry Poppas, Gur. Povllos. Tom
George and John Haggis to collec!
Head the Classified Ads. 4
inoihsr lig isduefson I
IN THE PRICE OP H
Tungsten or Mazda Lamps I
We are pleased to announce a further re- .
duction of approximately 20 per cent in the H
price of Tungsten or Mazda lamps. H
Rating Was NOW H
25 watt, 20 candle power $ .50 $ .40 H
40 watt, 32 candle power 55 .45 H
60 watt, 48 candle power 75 .60 Jmm
100 watt, 80 candle power 1.10 .90 f
150 watt, 120 candle power 1.65 1.35
A 32-candle power Tungsten lamp now -1
costs but 5 cents more than a 32-candle power M
carbon lamp, and only uses approximately M
one-third as much electricity. fl
Electric Light for I
The low price at which these wonderfully M
efficient lamps may now be purchased re- M
moves the last objection to their general use H
and places the cost of electric lighting below
that of any other commercial illuminant, and H
well within the reach of everybody. j
Tungsten or Mazda lamps may now be pur-
chased from this company and all electric M
supply dealers at the above reduced prices. ' M
Utah Light and Railway I
"Electricity for Everything." f 1
S. T. Whitaker, Local Manager. Phone 102 i
! Which Would You Rather Do? I l
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I l Tssr ' j 1 TSiTiy j j
I Everv home should have a "LYON PORT- I
I ABLE GARBAGE CAN." Sanitary, clean, i
1 Made to last for years. Four sizes.
I Sold only by I
1 PEERY-KNISELY HARDWARE CO.
- 2455 Waslnngton Ave. Phone 213. 1 H
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