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I Forty-third Year-No. 111-Price Five Cent. QGDEN CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING MAY 13, 1913 I MAN-O'-WAR I TO COLLECT British Government Dispatches Battleship to Guatemalan Waters to Enforce Payment of Claims Long Past Due Minister More In sistent 9 London. Mar 13 The British for "1 c!gn of;ice is hopeful of an early set Dgf lament of the British claims against I Guatemala The latest dispatches from the British minister. Sir Car-1 den, Indicated that a satisfactory re ply to the British demand was antkl patd in a day or t o I The British minister's Inst ruction? authorize him to rr on British warship should hr think Ita preaen i In Guatemalan water durable Th fore as the foreign office had not as 1 late as today bmn adrised that tho British cruiser Aeolus had departed from Kingston. Jnmnlrn, for Puerto Barrlso. If Is thought quite likely that the British minister had nailed on tor eommander to hasten by the appear ance of the vessel the payment of the long overdue debt. Although the matter Is considered as one absolutely between Great Brit ain and Guatemala, the United States government has been advised of the British Intention to Insist on the payment of the bondholders Guate mala's failure to do this as promised at the end of April has. It is stater! 1 'Jm In official rlrrles. only m.ndr- the Brit '! lsh minister's notes to the Guatema lan government more insistent. oo 3 SPIRE FALLS 1 KILLS THREE Chiefs of Fire and Po lice Departments Buried Beneath Burn ing Steeple Light- 2 ning- Causes Blaze Water Fails to Reach Fire Stratford. Ont . Ma; 18.- The tall M. I spire of the Knox Presbyterian I P church. 160 feet above the curb was r . struck by lightning early today and i f In the ensuing fire, the chief of po- II lire, the fire chief and a policeman I I nero killed and a fireman was mor I tally Injured Th three men who lost I t their live? were burled beneath tho f burning belfry when It fell. I , The dend are I J A MCCARTHY, chief of police. j HUGH PURK1N. fire chief. I MATHBW HAMILTON, a police man. t The injured man is Sidney Van stone The steeple, visible ovpr a great ra i dius. burned without hindrance as i the puny streams of water, far be f low. fell many feet short of the blaz K 8howers of blazing embers fired the ; roof of the eburch. and McCarthy. Durkin and Hamilton, dragpins hose. had scrambled up a '.adder to the roof when the belfry fell. The blaze ate Its way into the building. The loss Is about $50,000. SAVE HOMES I j FROM JAPS P E n g 1 ish Newspaper Says American Gov ernment Should Not Take Bread and But ter From White Peo ple For the Aliens London .May II. "If it hr- tnn that Japau wishes to carry the J1 fornia land question - Thi- Hague tribunal, wp may shortly obtain 4 fl fruitful lesson in the practical 11m P;' lie of arbitration." aayi the Pall M:ill Gazette toda in disc!j??in- the r-it -JBM uation which has arisen between th United States and Japan In regard 9 to the California alien land own'r 0 ship bill. Iw The newspaper continues: ' "If the Chinese and Japanese are l to have fre entry to the Pacific j ! coast ,H means eventually the ex-j 'rpation of h'te labor from that re- I gion. All the arbitration In the world will not persuade the people of the western stales that It Is their duty to I give up their br-ad and butter to an alien race and we can imagine how much likllroud there is of the gov- j ernmoot at Washington takinc meas ures to enforce snch an award on Its own subjects We should rather like to see the expnmni for Its useful ness In bringing dreamers back to I hard facts. i OPPOSES U. S. ROADS JN ALASKA Washington, May 13. Government construction operation, or ownership of a railroad in Alaska would be fol ly. F C Jcmmett. representing bond holders of the Alaskan Northern rail road told the senate territories com mittee today At the same time ho declare private capital would extend the road now existing out of Seward to the Matanooska coal fields If the navy department would create a na tional coal reser-f ' hem and operate it throuth the bureau of mines or by contract MANUSCRIPT DISCOVERY Some Missing Verses of the New Testament Found in Egypt Six Years Ago Are in Pos session of an Ameri can London. May 13 Some long miss ing verses of the New Testament are included in the manuscripts of the gospels discovered In Egypt six years ago and purchased by Charles L Freer of Detroit. Mich . according to I a study made of the Freer manu- I scripts by the Times. A facsimile of the manuscripts has been presented to Ihe British muse um by the University of Michigan, to which Mr Freer assigned the task or publication, and. according to the Times, there have been found in the gospel of St Marks several verses which occur in no other known manu script of the New Testament, although they were known to St Jerome, who quotes them in part In the Freer manuscript after ihe passage in which It Is said that Jesus t.pbralded his disciples for their un belief, the text continues as follows: "And they excused themselves, say ing that this age of lawlessness and unbelief Is under Satan, who through the agency of unclean spirits suf fers not the true power of God to be apprehended. "For the cause, said they unto Christ, reveal now at once th) righteousness. "And Christ said unto them, the limit of the years of the powers of Satan is (not) fulfilled, but it draw cth near (the text here as elsewhere is corrupt) "For the sake of those that have j sinned was 1 given up unto death, j that they may return unto the truth! and sin no more, but may inherit the spiritual and Incorruptible glory oi righteousness in heaven." oo ANTARCTIC'S NEWSPAPER Australian Explorer and Members of Ex pedition Announce Publication of the Blizzard Promises Its Readers News of South Polar Regions Melbourne. Mr.v 13 Dr Douglas Mawson. the Australian explorer, and I six members of his expedition to the south polar rejrions who have ben forced to spend the winter on Ade- ! lieland. send a wireless announcement of the establishment of the Blizzard, the first newspaper to be regularly printed In the Antarctic It promises Its readers alt the news of the south ' polar regions once n month and starts , out with a twenty-six page number. The circulation Is at present limited. I however, to the members of the staff, th only human beings on thlB barren tract. on DANIELS RETURNS HOME Washington. May 13 Secretary Daniels returned today from a two weeks trip which included visits to all of the south Atlantic navy yards. The Democratic Party Had Better be Gocd to Western Interests or Their Might be a Wedding Be tween Mr Bull Moose and Miss Willing Elephant REORGANIZE THE C. 0. P. Republican Senators Are in Hopes the Na tional Committee Will Call Convention in the Fall G u m m i n s Is Greatly Encouraged Washington. May 1 Republk an i stnators who attended the progressive l conference in Chicago returned today ; determined to exert all influence at their command to induce the national I committee to call a reorganization convention in the fall. When the national executive com ; mittee meets here May 24. these sen j atorn will report the sentiment from many states as expressed in the Chi cago conference Senator Cummins said today that written appeals from many states would be laid before the national eom I mittee setting forth reasons for a j reorganization convention. "We feel : greatlly encouraged," said he. The suggestion that attempts be o-ade to induce Republicans who joined the Progressive party to re turn to thpir pld allegiance, were dis I cussed today by house Progressives, and Representative Hinebaugh of Illi nois, speaking for them, issued a state ment declaring that "the only course for the Progressive Republicans to ' pursu" is to come Into the Progres sive party where they belong ATTEMPT TO DITCH TRAIN Paterson. N. J May 13 A third j unsuccessful attempt to wreck an Erie passenger train was made here today Train No 85. from New York, to jersey City, was crawling into ; the station when two men sprang up from beside the track, jumped on the platform between the second and third cars and attempted to uncouple , them. Trainmen were on the alert. I however, and prevented them from doing so. Tho men Jumped from the train and I made their escape. Later two men j wer arrested but the conductor was unable to Identify them and they i wer released The state rested Its case today in the trial of Patrick Quinlan. the In dustrial Workers of the World leader indicted for Inciting to not and th ; lefense began The rae will ro to I the Jury tomorrow t SUFFRAGIST COLLAPSED Flora Drummond Un able to Appear in Court to A n s w e r Charge of Conspiracy Must Undergo an Operation-Other Mili tants Surrender to Bail London. May IZ "General" Mrs i flora Drummond. the militant suf fragette is In a state of collapse and will be unable to appear at the re sumed hearing at the Bow street po lice court today on charges of con piracy under the malicious damage to property act, which has been brought against her. A doctor testified In court that owing to her illness she had been moved to a nursing borne. He said U would take her two weeks to get in to condition to undergo an opera- I tion which was necessary and an other two months before she would be able to be tried. The other "conspirators" who com-' prised Miss Marietta Rebecca Kerr. Miss Agnes Lake. Miss Rachel Bar rett, Mrs Beatrice Saunders. Iflaa Annie Keuney. Miss Laura Lennox ! and the analytical chemist. Clayton, all surrendered to their bail. During the hearing the printers of : the militant's newspaper The Suf I fragetto related the negotiations which led to their undertaking the ' work. Mrs Lmmeline Pankhurst con ' ducted the negotiations and In reply to expression of fear b the printers i that the job was a dangerous one I gave her personal undertaking that no offensive or illegal matter would appear She laid stress on the iolnt that her daughter Chrtstalel had a legal training and was a socialist In constitutional law. The interesting revelation was made on the witness stand that th militant organization, the Women Social and Political Union had paid for the printing of the election ad dress of George Lanshurry. the for mer Socialist member of parliament, which failed to secure his election. -An ASSASSIN KILLS TWO Munich. Bavaria. May 18, Major General Von Lewlnski. the Prussian military attache to Bavaria was killed here today by a supposed lunatic, ho fired three revolver hn'.-i ii him sergeant of police also was killed. COLLISION OF TRAINS Wreck on the Rock Island Results in Death of Two Men and Loss of Much Merchandise and Live stock Pocatello Man a Victim Ottawa. Illinois. May 13. A rear end collision of two freight trains on the Rock Island railroad at Seneca today resulted in the death of two men. Several cars of merchandise were demolished end a number of cattle killed. The victims of the ac cident were asleep in the caboose. A dense fog was the cause of the wreck. The dead: ELMER a JENNINGS, aged 26 yean, Pocatello, Idaho. HARRY PRY. age 53 years, Chan ute, Kan INVESTIGATE BIG "LEAK" Special Agents and Private Detectives to Assist in Tracing Down the Theft of Plans From the Navy Department i Washington. May U -Special agents of the department of Justice, officers of a nationally connected de tective agency and the local police have been called In by the navy de partment to investigate a "leak" through which, during the last four months, several relatively unimport ant plans of ships and also minor doc uments have disappeared Navj ofn dais arc inclined to minimize the Im portance of the losses. oo TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE The following real estate transfers have been placed on record In the county recorder's office Frank Moore and wife to the state WEATHER FORECAST (- WEATHER WILL BE CLOUDY I M 811 WITH LOCAL SHOWERS TO--4 NIGHT OR WEDNESDAY; COLD- ER TONIGHT, LOCAL FROST. I FREEZING TEMPERATURE IN L HIGH DISTRICTS. . Entered ,ns Second class Matter at the Postofttce, Ogden. Utab of Utah, a part of the southeast quar-1 tors of sections 3 and 4. 'oweship 6 north, range 1 west. Salt Lake me ridian. Consideration 111,000. This property forms a part of the State j industrial school farm. W. M. BoMtaph and wife to R. L ilber. n part of lot 3, block plot C, Ogden survey. Consideration $5"0. Cynthia .t&sperson to George Rack ham. tot 2. bljck 1. Chamberllnf subdivision. Ogden survey. Consid eration $150. The Ogden 1 ru6t & Itevelopmen' company to the Osden Medlclnsl Springs company, the southwest quar ter ot section 28, township north, range 1 west. Salt Lake meridian Consideration $8000. V. J Stephens to William Huschell.; lots 49 and 50. block 39, Cgdon sur- j vey Consideration $1. oo TO PROVIDE SUGAR DUTY Senator Bristow In troduces Amendment to the Tariff Bill Would Make Duty $1,2712 Per Hundred Pounds After Six Years Washington. May 13. The tariff fight was resumed today in the senate on the motion 01" Senator Penrose to refer the L'nderwood bill to the fi nance committee with instructions for public hearings. Chairman Simmons of the finance committee was busy early In the day urging all Democratic members to be ! on hand in case the question should 1 come to a vote nnd he felt confident ; that the Republican's first move atrainst the majority would be check' ed. I Senator Bristol, in the midst of ' the tariff debate, introduced an amendment to the sugar schedule to provide a duty of I1.521; per 100 pounds on refined sugar for three ! years; $1 40 per 100 for the succeed- int; three v?ars. at the end of which j time It should be $1.27 per 100 I pounds. The senate did not meet until 3 o'clock and it was late In the dav when the routine business was out of the way and the tariff debate was reached. The fight wa resumed on the Penrose amendment to the rsolu tlon. sendinK the bill to the finance committee so as to provide for pub lic hearings Chairman Simmons opened the argument against it Sen ator Lippett referred to the measure as "the most revolutionary bill ever introduced in congress." Will Not Commit Himself. Washington. May 13 President Wilson has taken the position that he ought not to commit himself in any way with respect to numerous minor I amendments to the tariff bill being sasested bv Democrats Secretary Redfleld had a half hour ? talk with ' the president before the 'cabinet meeting today and declared he believed unimportant changes would be made, but that if the presi dent consented to ceriain ones, he would be besieged with requests 10 open un other schedules. Secretary Redfleld said that since it had become known that an Inauiry was to be made bv the bureau of domestic and for eign commerce into wages and indus trial conditions in connection with the tariff bill, some requests had come from manufacturers themselves invit ing such an investigation. These. Mr Redfield declared, were based, how ever, more on the belief that the in quiry would be the basis for tar'.'f rates than an examination as to the efforts of the bill after it had become law DEMAND THE RECOGNITION Cincinnati. O.. May 13. The new union of Cincinnati street car em ployes today refused to arbitrate with tho Cincinnati traction company un der the conditions offered by the lat ter, and decided to continue the, strike. Recognition of the union before ar bitration is insisted upou by the un ion men The traction company, which has not been able to operate an) of Its cars since Saturday afternoon, had offered to arbitrate with "the men" proidlng the employes rewumed work pending the result of tho ar bitration. The decision to refuFe to arbitrate rai reached after Mayor Hunt as well as several labor leaders had ad dressed the meeting of the union men. The mayor urged arbitration but his appeal was apparently in vain. JAPANESE SITUATION I Ambassador Chinda f Will Take No Further t Steps in Protest f A g a i n st Anti-Alien j Land Law Until John son Acts ! Wash'tiBton. May 13 The Japanese ambassador will rake no further steps in the protest against the California antl-allen land law until Governor Johnson acts on the bill before him. Should he sign it. Ir was learned to- day, Japan, without making further IH representations to tho senate depart ment, will wait a reasonable time to learn what the federal administration intends to do to meet its complaint Japan will not move to test the con stiuitlonality of the law. holding it ! Incumbent upon the United States to U'.ke up thai question. Although it Is understood here that ff ('overnor Johnson has thirty days to act. officials believe his answer to Secretary Bryan's last communication will be received within a week. t The Japanese situation was dis- ! cussed today at the cabinet meeting, but no conclusion was reached. NEGRO PUG I A WITNESS I Chicago. May 13 Presentation ot evidence in defense, of Jack Johnson. charged with violation of the Mann act. began In Federal Judge Carpen ter's court today Charles Lupkin. chauffeur for the negro prize fighter in 1910. testified as to a trip which Johnson and Relle Schrelber look to Milwaukee In 1910 during which John- son was 111. They lived at separate hotels, said l.upkin In the afternoon session Johnson j took the stand and testified that he H had spent "between $9,000 and $10 000" on Belle Schrelber He declared positively tha' he had not 6ent Belle Schrelber a telegram telling her to come to Chicago and wait for him here Whether his agents sent her such a telegram without his knowledge he could not say. He said that she had called him up on the telephone and had asked him to send her 176, but had no Intention that she should come to Chicago. His pur pose here later was to make arrange ments about some boxing matches Miss Schrelber, he declared, had sul sequently called him up and had asked him to fix up a flat for herself. her sister and mother to live In. She wanted to work again if a stenogra- "I spent about $1,000 for her to tt up her flat." said Johnson, "and then gave her $500 ro keep her going till she could get a job as a stenographer ' He denied he had ever given her any diamonds. ' How much In all do you think JTOU UM spent on her?" "Somewhere between $9,000 and $10,000." answered Johnson CO TODAY'S GAMES I Cubs Lose to Giants. New oYrli. May 13 ( National R. H. B. ' Chicago 2 6 New York . . - SI- 1 lH Batteries Toney, Ruelbach and MM Arfcher. Bresnahan. Tesrcau and pH Meyers. Wilson. Game Postponed. Chicago. May 13 I American ) Philadelphia-Chicago postponed. ppj Quakers Beat Pirates. Philadelphia. May 13 ( National) PPH Piltsbnrg 8 0 ppH Philadelphia 5 10 0 Batterleb fame '7. and Simmons pppi Seat. Alexander and Dooln. Dodgers Defeat R ?ds. Brookhn, May 13 1 National) Cincinnati 3 10 1! Brooklyn 9 12 0 Batteries Fromme. Betti and ppH Kllng; Allen, Curtis and Miller. Cardinals Defeat Doves Boston. May 13. (National) h pH St. Louis 4 10 2 Boston 3 9 1 ppH Batteries Grlner and Wingo; Per- ppH due and Whaling. Rariden. (Additional Sports on Pago Two.) I Everybody interested in the pure tOOd f7LF17Vf Refreshments will be served betiveenl:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. I problem should visit the plant ot the VOOEJill The plant will be in full operation. PCJJM(j & PROVISION CO V'AITQRS VULL BE SHOWN irlROUGH INTERESTING PARTS H Wednesday, may 14 LADIES SPECIALY INVITED I