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(Ever Came to Town.
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; we employ,
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That You'll Enjoy
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THE HESS BAKERY
Phone 601. 2557 61 Grant Ave.
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A Carnival of Fun
Unlimited Laughter on s Limited
Train With the origir.il New York !
Company 0f Comedians, including
WILLIS P SWEATHAM as THE
Se?t Sale Opens Friday Morning.
Prices, $1.50, $1 00, 70c, 50c.
MABEL WILBER CHARLES
MEAKINS. OSCAR FiGMAN
60 Tllurung GIRLS
Merry Widow's Own Symphony
PTICES: 13 Rows Lower Floor, $2 00.
Balance $1 50, Balcony, $1.00 and 75c.
SEAT SALE MONDAY
i JURORS IN THE
I OF COURT
The following jurors were drawn
yesterday afternoon for service In the i
'divisions of the district court in
I Ogden Henry Tribe. Edw A- 01 j
pen. Jq3 Y Mr-Kenna T W Rex.
Isaac L Clark. Thomas H. Reeder. C
p. Larned. Thos E Bennett G W
(Tripp, Jno Mole. Or-n Hadlock. Al-,
bert C. Treseder, Chas C Thatcher
Thos A Sbreve. Peter R. Shu,-?
fas S Carver, M M McCOnvllle
Roy Arthur G Tones
' Warren Daniel C Stewart,
j Eden David Burjiett
Harrlsville Parle P Ta lor, Wn
fearsley, Chae J Shurtllff.
West Weber Daniel E Rogerson
i Uintah .Fno F Peterson.
, Hooper Jno. D Hooper
gV . i North Ogden- Win. .J Campbell.
6 Plain City Wm A Kerr, Wm
lunt, L. R. .lenklns
Ogden Ben Ilunsacker, Mberi M
: riloi. Y F. Thomas, .1 J Hancock.
(enry Lowenetein Peter Minnoek, Pe
ir O'Neill. H. n Hinsdale. Alex Tay
L r, Frank K Nichols. W B. Porter
ld, Oman H But lei, K Xeuteboom.
eo S Stewart. P W Knisely. Thos
tS Emmet t. Henry (. I less Klihu Ur
f, Roht Reynolds Sam .1 Van Ness,
I , ) H Luridtngton.
I North Ogden Chas W, Jones.
- EWarren los M Folkman
siaterville Chas W Field
Huntsville N'els I.ofpren
Hooper Jos H Fowles Thos E
Hilarrlolt Ino T Loper.
lEarr est Elsburj Garllck
Eden Geo F. StallingB
offer One Hoo-i.-M Dollin Reward tot avj
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j TRIAL ENDS
Eighteen Men Found
Guilty of Murder, Ar
son and Robbery
,'f!'IS- Feb- 2T The trial of the
: "V"". "lomoblle iianoi.s who
held Parla ln terror f0 months ended
today niter twenty-one ds. k !,-r
! J;!, 'V", turned against
wwteen of the prlsonbre on counts
QbRrglng murder, argon and robberv
j i our of the prisoners, In luding three
women accomplices, wwt found not
Among the Indictments were no
tewer than twenty-two murdr the
OTctlms being motor drivers bank!
messengers, fteiprht agents and no.
Ilcemeii. The gang held up b num. I
Oer of suburban banks, broke Into
tn residences of prominent people
" fho chirf of tho Paris detec- I
tlyes, set fire to buildings and finally
when their iwo leaders Bonnol and
IGarnler, were in ilanKer of arrest, un
jdorwent two sieves in the environs of
Troops Called Out.
I ,n the course of these sieges it was
(found necessary to call out hundreds
Jof troops, whole squadrons of mili
tary, mounted police an practically
the entire force of patrolmen. ho
bombarded thp bandits for many
hours In their sanctuaries and then
fouud seeral oi the leading spirits
of the gang lying d.-ad. riddled with
Carouy, thp anarchist bandit,"
When ho beard thai he was condemn
Sd to imprisonment for lifo commit
ted suicide In his cell in prison In
taking poison which presumable was
i BSed to him as he left the court-room.
The trial was attended by many
dramatic incidents The jurors were
threatened lime and again with death
by accomplices of the accused Many
of the 301 witnesses also were men
aced. The co irt itself was surrounded by
a largre fore of guards, judges and
Jurymen being provided with strong
i When the evidence was broughl to
a close and the Jury had retired, a
tremor of excitement passed oer the
spectators in the courtroom, for
threats hail been mysteriously put
Into circulation th2t something terri
ble would happend Nothing how
Jury Considers 400 vuestions.
The jury remained out from three
0 clock yesterday afternoon until
nearly 7 o'clock this morning. The,
had to Consider e series of nearly 400
epicstions which had been submitted
When the returned io court their
written verdict was so incoherent,
contradictor and length that it had
to be explained to the presiding judge
by the foreman
At the conclusion of the reading
'the spectators were stirred when
.counsel for four of the bandits sprang
j from their seats and declared t hat it
I was illegal for the presiding judge to
J ask the jury for oral explanations of
1 written verdicl Thei entered a
st r. ni; protest against such procedure
I Tbelr clients by the verdict were lia
j lle to the death penalty and this was
I a last effort to avert or postpone j
i i hoi r futn
another dramatic Incident occurred
sitei the court had deliberated on the
protests bv prisoners counsel and de
cided against them
The presiding Judge turned to the
accused and asked them if they had
anything to say before sentence was
pronounced Callemin. who had been
found guilty of murder, shouted:
"Mv comrade Diondonne was not
tho assailant of the bank messenger
Cabv. It was 1 "
1 his caused a tremendous sensa
tion, in view of the fact that Cabv
bad repeatedly asserted that Dieu
donne shot him.
The judges retired at half past sev
en to deliierate as to the sentences
Onl four of the bandits are liable to
the death penalty.
Four of the 22 bandits were sen
tenced to death by th euillot in- The
i ..ndemned men nr.. Dledonne, Calem
in. Soud and Monier. against whom
;, number of murders were proved
Fourteen of the others were sen
tenced to long terms of imprisonment.
Washington Feb 27 Senate
Begin debate ou agricultural appro
Interstate commerce committee sub
milled report recommending changes
in Sherman anti-trust law
Began debate on general deficient
Republicans caucussed and appoint
ed a committee to call a caucus of
Republicans Of the- next congress i
organize a minority.
ARE PLANNING TO
Salem. Ore.. Feb. 27 To clrcnm
I vent the eto power of Governor Os
wald West, the state legislature took
a recess early today until March 4.
Officially the recess began at 1"
o'clock last night but it was long af
'ter midnight when the legislator? fin
ished passing the bills which the
wish to become laws, and which the
w.tr the i'.oernor does not approve
The governor has fiye days in
which to eto these bills. Thereafter
tne legislature, which has been at
1 1 ... cad with him since ihe first
day Of the session, will reconvene and
decide whether to tr to override the
expccle i vetoes.
HOIST WITH HER OWN PETARD.
Griggs Your wife no longer ob
jects to your staying out nights. How
did you manage it?
Prlggs 1 be-ian smoking in the
nous? the cigars she bought to keep
me at home - Boston Transcript.
THE EVENLNO STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, THUESDAY,
' LONDON STAGE FOR
U.TTLE PK1ALA DONNA
Theatrical press agents have told
us so many stories about actresses I
leaping into fame over night" that I
the phrase Is growing a bit moth eat-1
en. Yet that is exactly the way In
Which the rise of Ina (Taire. the darn
I ty little 18 year old prima donna now
, playing The Quaker Girl" should be
I described Up to three years ago
Miss (Taire was practically unknown
, in the theatrical world and up till a
I year ago her fame was limited to a
j place in the type near the hotiom;
I of the vaudeyille bills of mediocre
hOuses of variety
Next year she will be leading wo
man of George L'dwardes' Gayety the
j ater in London
City Engineer H, J Craven this
morning returned to the city board ol j
commissioners the dedicating plat of
the Canyon road extension, without
his approval and the commissioners
directed the city recorder to return!
the plat to the properly owners The j
reasons given by the engineer for no;
approving ihe plat were:
"Pirsti the city cannot accept a
street reserving a perpetual right to
any com puny, corporation or individ
ual "Second, the plat purports to dedi
aic a stree only, but on the plot is
shown lots and measurements giving
dimensions of lots, and the lots shown
thereon arc numbered consecutively
The engineer stated in his com
municalion to the commissioners that
the plat should show the street to be
dedicated only, giving all measure
ments. lie? and information pertaining
to the street.
1 he street sought to be extended
j covers a section of the city east of
Glenwood park recently surveyed into
lots and now occupied bv a number
of homes. The strip of country for
I merly was a part of the Lorln Farr
The commissioners authorized tin.
city engineer to publish notice to con
tractors to submit bids for material
and the construction of sewer district
City Auditor William Van Dyke, Jr.,
communicated to the board that tin
general fund is continually being in
fringed upon by special tax funds con
tracts, laiining that the general fund
now holds about $20,000 worth of spe
cial tax warrants which have been
carried from lfu)7 to 1911 inclusive
The auditor maintaius that the gen
eral tund should be protected againsi
these encumbrances and he asks thai
the f;rFl collect ions on sneciul tav
contracts be set aside to reimburso
the geueral fund in the sum of th
total amount advanced from the gen-
The communication was referred to
Mayor Fell, superintendent of finance
and public affairs.
The following claims were allowed
and the auditor authorized lo draw
Official paro11 52.045.00
Waterworks department 490.00
Fire department 1,755 75 I
Police department 2,178. k3 i
mnifred Geiger 60 00 j
j A. R M'INTYRE. DRUGS.
Don't Take li
That just because you are in busi
ness everbody is aware of the
fact. Your goods may be the fin
est In the market, but they will re
main on your shelves unless the '
people are told about them
If you want to move your merchan- I
disc Reach the buyers In their
homes through the columns of this
paper and on every dollar expend
, ed you will reap a handsome div
idend. I I
Chicago Missions Plan
I n t erdenominational
Creed for Chinese
Chicago. Feb. 27. Plans for an In
terdenominational church for Chica
go's new Chinatown embracing the
Baptist. Congregational Christian,
Methodist and Presbyterian denomi
nations, have been perfected to such
an extent thai a co-operative coun
cil of missions has prepared a creed,
constitution and set of bylaws.
The Chinese dealing to join the
new church will be required to sub
scribe onh to the following state
ment 1 believe that Jesus is the Christ,
the Son of God. and accept Him as
my Savior and Guide."
The only other section of the creed
refers to the instruction to be given
the members as follows:
"This church shall instruct its mem
bers from the scriptures with regard
to the fatherhood of God. the divin
ity and saving grace of Jesus ( hrist.
the work of the Holy Spirit, the inspi
ration and authority of the Holy
Scriptures, the sanctity of the Lord s
day, baptism and the Lord's Supper,
and the fundamental necessity of liv
ing daily with God's help in harmony
with the teachings of Jesus Christ ''
Each ot the denominations sacri
ficed certain of its doctrines, but the
creed as finally agreed upon was
referred to by the Rev. Shailer Ma
thews as A common deviser."
"It is an admirable formulation of
strictly religious beliefs sufficiently
distinct to serve as a baaiB for asso
ciation." he said.
BILL Jacob Bill f. years old. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bill, died this
morning at the family residence. 2121
Grant avenue of scarlet fever Brief
tuueral services will he held by the
German Lutheran pastor in trout of
the home tomorrow afternoon.
CLEVELAND Funeral services for
Mrs Ada Cleveland, wife of W M
Cleveland, were held esterday after
noon al the Church ol the Good Shep
herd Re. W. W Fleetwood officiat
ed. A R. Wright sang two solos. "I
Heard a Voice" and "Abide With Me "
Interment was in Ogden City ceme
IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco, Feb. 27. I D. Far
rell president of the Oregon -Washington
railroad and Navigation com
pany. William 1J. Barnnm, president
ot the Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany and officials of the San Fran-j
cisco and Portland Steamship com
pany arrived in San Francisco todav
to confer '.lth R. p. Schwcrin. vice
president and general manager of the
Pacific Mall and the San Francisco
an(: Portland company, concerning
the new traffic agreements to bo
nude as a result of the general un
m'erging of the llarriman properties.
For a number of years the Pacific
Mall and the San Francisco and Port
land Steamship company have been
under the nme management, hut un
der the decision of tne T'nited States
supreme court, ordering the dissolu
tion of the Union Pacific and South
ern Pacific and all allied concerns, the !
two companies will have lo re-estab- j
ll?h them?elve: as separate units
The Southern Pacific will retain Its
control of the Pacific Mail, but It P.
Schwerln who hitherto has managed
both steamship companies will leave
the San Francisco and Portland,
which rove-ris. under the decision, to
the Oregon-Washington Railroad and
N. E. A CONVENTION FOR ZION
Salt Lake. Feb. 27. The 19 1 r? ron
rentlon of the National Education as.
scciation will be held in Salt Lake
July 5 to 10. Such is the unanimous
FEBRUARY 27, 1913. 5 Hv
I MORE DRESsTmODS ARE ADDEDI 1
8 As Spring Shipments Arrive! I
Many new styles are being added daily to the already large stock of f
dress goods and seasonable silks. Every day sees new creations L
from the Fashion Centers. It is timely to make purchases' now for I
Spring is on the way. I
NOTION DEPARTMENT You know this department is mas- H
sive in completeness. For a few days we will TfeT TTklTlf't 9
offer ALL SHELL GOODS AT ONE- HJf! I
GOOD BOAD8 COSTLY? THESE OFFICIALS BUILD 400 MILES f
OF BRICK PAVEMENT THAT COST LESS THAN NOTHING
OenuniskxLcrR Kirkdk, XA wd Fisher; the kind at Road They BnJht, Mop Show VTonderfal Network. I
our bu acred mCea ot rural tx-lcfc. rJbviay jve bctai laid n Cuj-ahaga oountj, murroxcndlug CI o relan d,
Ohio duxLup (be Izjex bra years. Oood rootfls have raised Lbc vaJoatloa of rural real estate ua tho counts
from lo aWjWOuO. and tbe taxes oo the tocTeamd vatae ranch more than pay the oocts of the roads
Contractu for 13S raCes at brick road iaxe t-n let lor Qie oaAc Jar &1Umtsk& uu and county sow oav
moTo than 2.SSO miles of brack parcnseaL
decision reached yesterday in Phila
delphia bj the executive committee
of the association, accordins; to spe
cial and private advices received here
from that city.
I Dispatches received state that the
i Philadelphia meeting was attended by
state superintendents from thlrtv
states, more than l"i county super
intendents, eight members of the
United States bureau of education and
many other prominent educators of
the country The sessions were con
ducted unedr the department of su-
perlntendeiir e 01 the association, and J
the choice of Suit Lake was unani- M
moijs j m
This settles the question perma- I
nently and assures Salt Lake a guth- I
ering that will undoubtedly prove one I
of the greatest in the state's history. 'M
Orpheum Brings Another Great
Act to Ogden This Week
HjmR Again the Ogden public is t ..me of ihe Orpheum i'Tin Mrs Lansn y (Lady Lie
Bathe) AL- Co. is one of the most expensive acts offered on the circuit; is second in price only to the great
Eternal Wall..'" which was seen here la.-.' weeh
HHB Mrs. Langtry (Lady de Bathe) & Co.
BHHHBt In "Mrs. Justice Drake"
Mrs Langtrj i Lad De Rathei . the supreme national Favorite both theatrlcallj and socially, is making in
BBv '"JjHIR all nrobabi.it Vs generally knows Mrs most impor- .
pHrT'??! MKm l;in' womon beautj abllitj brought h-r fame i h roue bout 'l Kngl.sH speaking world and have
I i ;.. . -I .. .' a. bas been secured for a bri-t vaudeville tour and
have never been made known, but It is understood that her week!) salary is one
P JtB&BtflEBSm "f !,,,J llls')est ever paid In the.it ri-al history.
For hi-r present tour Mrs. Langtry is appearing in a playlel lied lira rusl C Drake." I' affords ber
1 il'-A; mKI- !ijBv oi.porninitt.v. 'or her hlstrloni. ability and foi the display of thai sar!.n,n i.-J in. nt :or which she is Justly
1 MKHsW THE CHADWICK TRIO, in "For Sale, Wiggins Farm"
jj 1 ' ... V Presenting- Ida May Chadwick, ' The Hee Haw Girl." J
Wf WILSON'S COMEDY CIRCUS
' 'Sjjw-BrfCK -rj In' i'"l" mg beautiful small performing ponies, the revolving table and the wonderful unridable Mule, OBEY.
BROXSOX & BALDWIN
kjT-:. &mSg '-M-jfj "Pickings from Song and Dance Land."
' ' lfflr 1 ETHEL MAY BARKER, "Juvenile Virtuoso"
preii and possessed of a positive musical geniui Barker A youthful violinipt known
t-1- hBIHBH1 wHS 'he
mfo Wr CLARA BALLERINT, European Novelty Artist B
W&M MARCO WOLF and SISTER, l4A Melange of Melody."
mmtmrn Thursday, friday and Saturday nights. Saturday I
USUAL PRICES: Night, 75e, hikskv, "loe. Matinee, 50e, 25c, 15e. j