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Ogden must be landed at the top. Let's aU boost! We are going to do our part and moreover we'll do our best to send the "Fans" out in the very swellest raiment, I KVIiN'S Modern Clothes Come SH W&sh4ve. II TRAGEDY IN A H WELL IN UTAH Salem, Utah, April 29 Wesley Da vis, 35 years old, of Salem met i traffic end near here yesterday He was either drowned or killed by ;t blow on the head while fast in a sixteen Inch pipe, down which he was de scending; into a well Hit-" body re mained In the pipe for more rhai: two hours before his two brothers and j a neighbor succeeded in getting a I rope under the arms and draging It i upward I Davis with his brother Alma were digging a well on the ranch of David Evans. They had descended thirty five feet In the well was about tell feet of water At about 11 o clock Wesley Davis deemed it necessary i that he be let down to repair a coupling. He did not tie the rope about his shoulders but merely caught hold and was lowered. Suddenly the brother felt the rope's tension relax. Wesley had let go. Frantic calls got no answer lma I I Now Is the Time I to think about your tncfage- ment rings and wedding pres . ents. If your gift comes FROM I HARRY DAVIS "The Quality Jeweler" I It's appreciation and your good j ; judgment are both assured. H At the Sign ol H Diamond Ring 1 1 H More Time vX?) I iH Home M v j and from work four trips a J day a wheel will save ten j minutes each trip or nearly an hour J extra three hundred hours a year more at home. You'll feel better and act better. Gets the cobwebs out of your brain and honest hunger into your stomach. The Adfljffi) IVER JOHNSON J wiilliW a? more strn feature-,, W. fig an FUnS srnootner than UV any wheel you ever TOHv mounted You needn't j buy till you try. Trust H I PROUDFIT'S H I SPORTING GOODS I SI S51-53 24th Sfc I 'if. Davis woried desperately with a hooked plpo to get hold of his broth er's clothes, but without success Then ho wont for help. petlmK William Pa vis anotbor brother, and Ernest ! Williams of Spanish Fork. They workod until after 1 o'clock before j they got the body to the surfaco. I In some manner Wefdey Davis BUS i tained a severe brain concussion 1 Physicians were unable to determine I whether that caused his death or whether he was drowned UTAH BOY IS DROWNED Grant Shields of Tooele Thrown From a Barge on Bear Lake Could Not Swim and Sank Before Help Arrived Montpeller, Ida. April 29. Grant Shields 17-year-old 3on of Mr. and Mrs Robert Shields or Tooele. I'ta'j ! was drowned In Bear lake yesterday when he and four others were tbrowT rnto the water from a barge. Shields came to Pans Wednesday from Tooele to visit Friends Monda) be was employed by the I tab Power & Light company, and yesterdaj morning embarked with four other young men on a barge, which towed by a motorboat, Was to carry them to 'he company'p pi. mi Tl , moiurbo speeded up and pulled the nose of the barge on which were the young me under the water, throwing all Into the water Young Shields was the only one who could not swim The others held to the barge until help came. Youn Shields did not come to the surface His body was found at about 9 30 o'cloek. two hours after the drowning It will be sent to Tooele today, fn charge of W. R. Holmes and F. Bow en. who Shields was visiting 1c Paris. The funeral will probably be held in Tooele Thursday Young Shields was born in Tooe'e and was one of the most popular boys in that town -KJIJ CHIEF JUSTICE'S GLASSES 'FALSE' Washington. April 29 Despite an nouncement by Justice White that the supreme court would be in seasion May 11, the court will not meet that day May 11 is Sunday. The chief Justice's glasses played him false when he read a memorandum He meant to say that the court would be in session on Monday, May 12 and on that day would take a recess. It has been ordered accordingly -uo AN APRIL NIGHT. April and night. The low moonlight CoDfers with flowers and trees. Grave silences Wherein the way Is planned toward May. Credit U3e your credit We clothe the whole family on credit and make terms to suit your convenience. The prices are the same. CASH OR CREDIT Watch Our Daily Ads FOR SPECIALS WARNING TO LEGISLATORS Secretary Bryan Tells California Thai the Administration Will Oppose Law Which Would Discriminate Against the Japs Telegraphs the Presi dent Sacramento, CaL April 23.- A da? of conference between Secretary of i Stalo Bryan and Governor Johnson nnd the members of the California lfc islalnre over proposed anti-alien land laws endrd last nihi with the on ference adjourned to awaii replies to ' messages sent to Washington by Mr Bryan The Impression prevailed here, when the conference adjourned, that the resolve of the majority load an, previously announced, to enact bill specific.! lly dehnninK "alien in eligible to cittzenship' from ownln" I land in California remained unchang ed although 1r. Rryan as the person ai representative of President Wibjon advised Btrongly against snch action. Governor Johnson indicated this In i brief, intense address lo the confer enco. Ho declared California's right to follow the lead of other states in j framing the land bill was nnquestton ed. and said such action now seemed i assured "1 have presented the president's views as 1 understand them." declar ed Mr. Bryan to the conference just before it adjonrncd "1 shall submit I to him the further questions you have asked mo, railing attention to the statutes of Washington und Arizona, and 1 BhaJl be prepared Tuesday, I hope to give vou his answer." Stating his position to the confer i ence. Governor Johnson said in par; 'Tho bill proposed for passage by the California legislature can call forth no criticism from the national administration nor from any foreign nation Here in California it Is not r question of whether the Japanese government takes offense at whai ve do. bul whether we give that govern 1 ment just cause for offense I do not believe the proposed law prohio itlng land ownership by aliens wn are Ineligible to citizenship elves ih. Japanese just cause lor taking of fense. If their dignity is threatened ttie I should have protested when Washing ' ton and Arizona passed laws simila j to that which we now irot03e to pass " The conference lasted from 1 I o'clock in the morning until far into i the evening. It adjourned subject 10 the call of the presiding officers of I the two houses of the legislature. oo SITUATION IN BALKANS Action of Essad Pasha in Albania and Events in Saloniki Throws Cloak of Mystery Around t h e Entire War Zone London. April 29 The mystery surrounding events in the Balkans is becoming deepened No further news lias been received or Essad Pasha s exploit in Albania, and the situation at Saloniki is difficult to understand A dispatch from Salon. Ici of current date confirms the report that orders were given for the Bulgars to evaeu- I Tte all places occupied by the Greeks, l;it that later these orders were coun termanded and that official attempts were made to pretend they were neer gi en. A Bucharest dispatch date April 2 1 to the Daily Telegraph, expresses the firm eonlction that immediate; I peace is siprnd between the allies and Turkey, and that a new war will com. ! mence betwten Servis Bulgaria and I Greece. A Bulgarian correspondent says that large concentration of opposing troops are m readiness foi these new ! campaigns, and adds that he baa ' heard from reliable sources that con ' Biderable fighting has already oc curred and that three important en gagements veie fought In the last week, concerning which the greatest secrecy has been maintained. He de scribes fightint; with heavy losses on both sides. Iwtween the Bulgarians and Servians to the northeast of Monastir on April 10, and fighting be tween the Greek ind Bulgarians for a week in the vicinity of Nigrita, Sores and Saloniki. The Daily Telegraph calls attention to the fact thai whereas a few weeks ago the Servians were endeavoring to! defeat and capture Djavij Pasha's army these operations appear to have; ceased, and suggests that the cessa tion of the Servian attack Is connect led with Essad Pashas coup Apparently the ambassadors' con ' fen nee Ifl lxndon yesterday post poned its decision until Hie next meeting, which is set for MB 1 There Is no cause for pessimism oven now" This was the only offi cial utterance that could be obtained j regarding the result of the moment-: j ous conference of the ambassadors of the powers on the Balkan situation I toda The conference lasted more than three hours, and auother. arranged I for May I, indicates that the diplo i mala still expect to find a peaceful j solution of the problem caused by ' Montenegro's defiance of the powers OTTAWA ROCKED BY EARTHQUAKE Ottawa. Out , April 'JH A well-defined earthquake of 15 seconds' dura tlon was felt here last night So far as Is known no damage resulted The tremors wero felt In all sections ol the city. A report gained current thai the rdc telescope at the observa tory had collapsed with the dom I TELEPHONE ORDERS If you find it impossible to come to the store, our well equipped telephone service makes it easy far you to send in your orders. They will be careftslly filled and promptly delivered OUR BUTTER. EGOS AND CHEESE deserve and receive admiring attention. No use talking farm and dairy prod ucts must be fresh to be worth eating. Our sup-ply fills the bill. Harris Grocery Co. 338 Twenty-fifth Street Phones 2215 and 2216. Lhe building, and officials rushed to the experimental farm, where the ob servatory is located. Observers test ed the machinery and fonnd It -worked perfectly. "The tremors were exceedingly well defined and distinct," stated lr. King. Dominion astronomer, "and I am sure we will have u splendid record when the seismograph film is developed in the morning " The shock was particularly violent in the north western part of the city and Westmoont, where houses swayed and furniture rattled for several sec onds -oo MYSTERIOUS EXPLOSION ripple C'reek. Colo. April 29. I Mrs Ida Bacon wife of lames Bacon, representative from Teller coutu; in I the eighteenth general assembly, and j her 6-year-old daughter Josephine. I were instantly killed and the life of I Bacon now hangs in the balance as the result of b mysterious explosion v.hirh wrecked the Bacon bonjft yes terday morning, The force of fne ea plosion wns terrific and in ;il! piob nbihiy resulted from dynamite or nitroglycerin The cause of the dis ! aster remains a myster li wns while a fire was being started in (he kitrhi-n str." prparj tnry to the getting of breakfast that the explosion occurred Mrs Rucon and ber little daughter were arrang ing the breakfast table, while the head ot the family was building the fire Residents of the neighborhood rushed to the scene to find Bacon crawling on his hands and knees through 'he wreckage, while tlu mother and daughter lay dead In the northeast corner of the kitchen Deep 'cuts were on the dead woman's head and her arm was broken while the lou of the dnld was horribly mu tilated The explosion, which without I question, occurred in the stove, was characteristic of nitroglycerin as Its 1 effects were freakish The top of the : Btove was blown through the celling and flooring over th" kitchen and in I to the ceiling of the room above. A sewing machine in the room was un disturbed and the glass in a framed , picture, hanging within one foot of the shattered stove pipe was not : even cracked Mrs. Bacon was 2G years old, an 1 the daughter of Rv A .B. Meriting of New York She was divorced .several years ago from W J. David son, a letter earlier, who was trans j ferred from Brooklyn. NT. Y., to this city and who Is now in Salt Lake. ! The little girl was the daughter of Davidson Salt Lake. April 29. W .Tames Da vidson is the manager of the Post- office cafeteria In Salt Lake. He received a telegram yesterday after- i noon felling him of the death of the. little girl, but giving no particulars The news proved a great shoek to 1 him and he is anxiously awaiting news ! concerning the cause of the tragedy MURDER iS MYSTERY Atlanta. (Ja., April 29 -Although four men are held by the police In connection wilh the murder of 14 year-old Mary lJhagen. whose body was found in the basement of the Na tional Pencil company's factory here early Sunday morning the identity of the person or persons who killed her remains unknown toda No witnesses were heard at the cor- nnrr s Inquest this morning. iht tmk j ing of toelhaonT being delcrred by order or ("oroner Donehoo until Wed nesday. Members of the jnry were taken to the place where the girl s body was discovered and an examina tion of the premises mado The Jury then adjourned , Two of tho arrests wore made yea , terday, chief In Interest being that of John M Oant, until recently book keeper for the pencil company Act ing upon information that CJant had been amu with the girl and that he had visited the factory Saturday oven ng, the police instituted a search for him. which ended In the discovery that he had left Atlanta for Marietta, Ga. Authorities at tho latter place wore ! notified and the young man arrested I as he was leaving a train Ho was brought to Atlanta and a charge of "suspicion" entered against him Lat I er this harge was altered to "mur I der " The other arrest yesterday was that I of tlordnn Bailey, negro elevator boy In tho factory, suspected by the po I lice of being the "tall, black negro, " described in one of the incoherent notes found near the body Loo M Frank, president of the national penal commission, was taken In custody as a witness and subjected to a severe I cross-examination, but he was dis charged Arthur Mullinaus. as a suspect, ap parently has established an alibi, but ' has not been released. Newt Lee, negro night watchman, also held was subjected to a gruell ing examination by the police, but clings to his origLnal story that ho found the girl's body while making his rounds, and knows nothing of how yhj came to be in the building. While the police admit that they are pos sessed of important facts In connec tion with the crime it is probable that there will bo no material develop ments until after the evidence is heard at Wednesday's inquest uu GEN. OJEDA A PRISONER U. S. Troops Arrest Mexican Commander at San Diego While En Route to Ensena da Twenty Staff Of ficers M a k e Their Escape San Diego. April 29 General Pedro OJeda who commanded the Mexican federal trooi at N'aco. Sonora. until driven across the line Into the I'nlted States, was taken into custody last uighl bj I'nlted States soldiers when' he arrived en route to Gnaymas : , Twenty of his staff officers also were taken to Port Rosccrans. but escaped 1 while the party was beini; transferred In the titi; to l.e tal en to the fort . Ojeda and his officers were to h ive sailed last ni;;ht for Ensetiada on their way to Quaymas. Thev were met at the station by a detachment ot" troops ; from the fort, however and will be held pending further orders from Washington. Major Davis, commandant at the1 j fort, would only sav that his orders . ! were to hold the officers. I rjeda declared he could not under- I Stand his arrest JAPS DENY j BIG RUMORj T o k i o Government Says That No Peace Envoys Will Be Sent to Sacramento Vis count Chinda Has Not Been Ordered to Re turn Home Tokio. April 29 The Japanese government, according to announce- j meut. has no present intention of sending a representative to Sacra mento in connection with the propos- I ed alien land ownership legislation of i California Special dispatches from New York report that Viscount Sute mi Chinda, the Japanese ambassador to the United States, has been ordered to Tokio, but the foreign office em phatically denies this The anti Amerlcan agitation has been consid erably allayed The report that Is count Kentaro Kaneke. privy coun culor. is going to Sacramento in con nection with the pending alien land ownership legislation is untrue. However, the Seiyukal i constitu tional) and Kokumlnto (opposition) parties are dispatching representatives IT'S EASY 10 DARKEN GRAY, FADED HAIR WITH SAGE TEA Harmless But Effective Mixed With Sulphur Makes Hair Soft and Luxuriant The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening grav. streaked and faded hulr Is coining In onue again, ssys a well-known downtown druggls' It was our grandmother's treatment and hun dreds of women and men too, are again using it to keep their hair a good, even color which in quite sen sible, as wo are living In an age when a youthful appearance U of the greatest advantage. N'owadavs, though we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. Ml drug stores sell the readv-to-u6e product called "Wieth s Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy" for aboiit 50 'tents a bottle it is the most popu lar because nobody can discoer it I ha8 been applied Simply dampen a! SOfi brush or sponge with W eill's Sage and Sulphur" and draw this through your hair. Taking one small trand at a time Do this tonight, and bv morning the gray hair disap pears and after anothej- application It is restored to Its natural color What delights the ladie.u with wyeth'e Sage and Sulphur Is that1 besides beautifully darkening the hair they aay it produces that soft lustre and appearance of abundances which is so attractive: besides pre vents dandruff Itching scalp and Is ling hair Here, vou gray -haired folks. gei busy look yean ounger A K Mclntyre. L'41'l Wash. Avenui Agents i Advertisement.) . I to California to make a personal in vestigation of the situation I The ofiiciaJ view is more hopetul owing to Secretary Hryan miSl but pabHc opinions still risisi that the present Is the most suitable mom ent to settle tho whole American Japanese question, and thus pre, Ql a recurrence of similar disputes. An inspired article In the newspa per sabi explains that the delay in nntUng In force the Japanese for- ; eigiYland ownership bill of 1910. has' been due to the discovery of imper fections and the long list of the-.e cited Indicates that probably years Will elapse before the amendments are approved Peace Promoter. San Francisco. April 28 Accord ing to advices received today by the Japanese American, a Japanese news paper of this city. Soroku Ehara, a member of the uppor houflo of the Japanese parliament, will leavo Tokio j May 10 for the United States. He will endeavor to strengthen tho j friendship between the two countries and act as peace promoter, the mess age states, and adds that tho visit will have no official significance. WEATHERFORECAST Salt Lake City . Unsettled Tuesday and Wednesday Comparative weather data at Salt Lake City April 2S 1913: Temperature (degrees): Highest toduy j Highest this month since 1874. Lowest last night . . R0 Lowest this month since 1874 .. La Mean for today j2 Normal ;,J Accumulated excess since April 1. .44 Accumulated deficiency since Fanu- ary 1 141 Humidity! per cent ) At a m. today 71 At ft p m. today I Precipitation (inches): Total for this month to date .1.95 Accumulated deficiency for month 22 Total since January 1 6.93 Accumulated deficiency since Jan uary 1 -fi Sun rises at 5 28 and sets at 7 22, April 29. 1913 Temperature (5 p m High. Low. J Salt Lake 72 74 51 Boise 50 52 30 Cheyenne 66 72 I Chicago 46 48 40 Denver 74 80 46 Helena . 42 62 36 Jacksonville . . 64 7u 58 Kansas City ... . 82 66 44 Los Angeles . .60 68 521 New Orleans . 70 74 GO New York 54 64 i2 Oklahoma 78 84 50 PoCBtellO 66 GS 4n St. Louis 62 64 14 San Francisco 54 66 40; Washington 54 62 16 ! Wlnnemucca 60 62 24 . The Real Secret of Rejuvenating the Face (From The Clubwoman She holds the true secret ol facial rejuvenation who has learned how to t remove the dead skin particles as fast as they appear It s a secret ; anyone ma possess. The pged, faded or discolored surface skin ma be gradually absorbed, in an entln Ij safe and rational manner, by the nightly application of ordinary niei colized wax Within a week or two the underlying skin, youthful and , beautiful to behold, has taken the i place of the discarded cuticle So Ut ile of the old 6kin ic. absorbed each day there's no Inconvenience at all. and no one suspects you are putting anything on your face The mercol- j ized wax. procurable il ay drug store J (an ounce is sufficient i is applied like cold cream In the morning It is i erased with soap and water. It's the ! best thing known for freckles. Mack heads, pimples, moth patches, liver spots and fine surface wrinkles For the deeper wrinkles an excel- lent recipe is Powdered saxolite, 1 ! oz.. dissolved in Ms pt. witch hazel Bathing the face in the solution pro : duces quick and wonderful results (Advt.) j Whoever said that there is a rem edy for everv ill never was a dancer and lost a leg The Newporl Cafe JIM, WONG-WE, Managers 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. Open Day and Night. Everything Sanitarv. Fr&sh Meats I LESS ASH O Aberdoon Is n excep tional clean burning coal It leavH very little aaii This feature rucaii a much to th home v ownar It alone 1 suf ficient to merit prefer q enca for Aberdeon Coai i But UMb lan't "Abor- deen'i" only feature. It haa many Combined they give it a big lead over aav other western 9 coal Ha"e your Uoalpr q aupply you with rpll A Drvohl Sery ' I Don t 9 Forget 1 1 H.L. White I I Is Closing Out I ! I m 9 I Toggery j 1 Stock ol High I I Grade Men's I j 1 and Boys' 1 I Clothing I iSiioes ; I Hats I 1 an I i 1 Furnishings I at 1 & TO I : Cents ij! H On tSie Dollar i I OnJy a few days I left, then The To?-1 1 II gery will be no I j H more. y Thousands have m f3 bought bargains H j I Put yourself on the m I list today. H.L.WIiite 1 1 1 Closing j ! I Out 1 I The I I j Toggery! j 1 320 25th Street I 5