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THE OGDEN STANDARD. OQPEN. UTAH, SATURDAY, BEPTEMBER 13, 1W3. 7 "
New Sweaters For Baby Ladies School Children High School Girl The Garment of Comfort, Not Heavy and Burdensome. Just what you want for Oool Days. pric for Infants . . 50c to $2 00 Prices for Children . $1 to $3.50 Prif? for Ladies and Girls $2.50 to $9.00 I l' APRON WEEK. See the WINDOW. The M. M. Wykes Co. 2335 Washington Ave. 1 STANDARD TELEPHONES For Editorial, Nwi and Society Department, Call Only Phono No. 421. For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No 56. RANDOM I REFERENCES Millinery Opening will be held at the La Mode. 2438 Washington ave . nue, Saturday night Music from 8 to i 10 The public 1b cordially Invited to attend. He la 79 Thomas W. Jones the old est member of the local Elks' lodge, celebrated his 79th birthday annivers ary yesterday afternoon at the Elks club, where an Informal reception was given Mr Jones Is a charter and life 1 member of the local lodge. Old papers for sale at the Standard ifr Office. 25c per hundred Smoke Consumers At the C06t of $2500. smoke consumers have been In- stalled at the Dee hospital The con sumers were placed In the engine building which Is apart from the hos pital proper. Cal) 421 for tne news, editorial and eoclety departments of the Standard- At the Fifth Ward Elder Stephen L. Richards, assistant superintendent of the Sunday schools of the church, will talk to the people of the Fifth ward Sunday evening His subject will be a parents' class topic. Heber Han cock, who leaves In a few days for the east to study medicine, will ren der a solo. First-Class Auto Service Call up Elite Cafe. Phone 72. Lobello Case The Jury in the case of V. Lobello against Antonio Lo presto, et al.. last evening rendered B verdict in favor of the plaintiff, al lowing $8.60 on an account of 516.40 Bramwell carries everything In Books. Stationery and Office Supplies New Residence R. W. Stone has begun the construction of a r sidence I ;on Canyon road between Madison and ; Monroe avenues, that will cost in the neighborhood of $1,000. 0 W Tripp, the Photographer In your town 320 U. 25th St Dry Farming George Brunt, a gro- 0 cerjman of Idaho Falls. Ma., Is in the B ;clty today on his way east He re ports that crops in the Idaho Falls .country are better than thev have if ''been In years and tha. the farmers M are getting rich. Mr. Brun-. is asso ciated with .i company operating a large dry farm, this yeir's planting amounting to 2.7W acres, wnich "ill average a yield of about 21 bushels 1 to the acre. Advertisers muBt nave tueir copy ready for the Evening- Standard the evening before the day on zhlch the advertisement Is to appear In order to iouuro publication CHRISTENSEN Nellie Christen scn the 19-year-old daughter of Chris and EJlia Chrlstensen 661 Canyon Road died at 3; 30 this morning oi stomach trouble after a two days' Illness. She leaves besides her par ents, one Bister and four brothers. 9 1 Mormon and all other church publ ications at Bramwell's Garland Road Even though cars for handling crushed rock are scarce It Is the opinion of the county com missioners that the Garland macadam oad will be completed by October 1 or at least before sugar beet hauling J begins. Wanted women and girls to pack Ifrult; experience not necessary, good wages Ogden Fruit Growers Asso- ' Martin Phnna Klfl More Band Boys Since the list of kthe old Ogden City band members wa published last night In the Stan dard the committee ha6 remembered others whose names were inadvert ently omitted. The additional names I are Harry Hill. William Purdy S . iGeorge Jones. Chris Purdy and I I George Cave. Millinery Opening At the La Mode. , I 2438 Washington avenue. Saturday night, September 13 Music from 8 to 10. The public is cordially Invited to attend. I At the Dee Miss Ruby Kingston of Morgan has been released from the Dee hospital and Daniel McRride of North Ogden. W. A. Hawk of . Green River and Fred McPaniels of Ogden have been admitted for treat ment. Daniel McBride Is the 12 I year-old boy who was run over by a an automobile at North Ogden a few months ago and passed through a difficult surgical operation at the Bergen hospital The doctors have decided that another operation is i HeoesBary. I 'KERNS CAFE Short Orders, 7 a. ra SI to 11 p m Breakfast 7 a m. to I 11 a. m In the Kingdom of Butter, the B 1 ic G Brand 1b "IT." Lecture on Explosives Col J. L. Taylor of the Southern Pacific will I lecture Monday evening In the .,j Eagles' Hall on "Safe Transporta (i y tlon of Eotploblves and other Danger - ous Articles." Railroad men and shippers to whom the subject is of great importance, are invited to he present. The admission will Le lree 'and the address will be given at i 7 . 30 o'clock. Rest Rooms The lockers used by jtho patrolmen are heing removed to day to the new rest room on the sec ond floor of the police station Idaho Visitor-Bernard O'Toole, of Welser, Idaho, is In Ogden visiting with his brother Raymond O'Toole. 2463 Quincy avenue. MISS ELLEN THOMAS will rpis ter pupils Monday and Tuesday. Sept 16 and 16 Studio. 2736 Washington aenuc. Phone 8102-M ELBERTA Peaches, S0c a bushel. If you come and pick them C. E. Ben net, West Ogden. Phone 861-W Lawyer O'Connolly has moved his office to the Commercial National Bank Bldg . 369 24th St (second floor.) Phone 111. -l Bulldlng the Depot The Continent al Conslruction company holding the contract for the construction of the $60 000 freight depot to be built by the Rio Grande. Ik assembling its con struction apparatus in Ogden anti cipating to clear the ground for ex cavating on Monday. Lumber for the corcrete forms has ben ordered and will be ont he ground on Mon day Cobb Has Recovered Paul Cobp. Ogden's centerf lelder who was in jured In Wednesday's game by being struck over the heart with a pitched ball has recovered and Is playing to day In Salt lke. County Schools A short meeting of the county board of education was held this afternoon as onlv thre? hoard members were present and Su perintendent W. N. PeterFon was In Salt Lake attending the state con vention of superintendents The arch itect reported that the new schools ot Harrlsvllle and Warren were com pleted Supplies and furnishings are now being Installed. It was an nounced that the county teachers wjll meet next Saturday for a general meetlne when plans for the openlnc of school on September 22 will be discussed. Canyon Ca rs Beginning at 9 o'cloCK tomorrow morning, canyon cars will be operated every forty minutes nur lng the day until 9 o'clock In the eve nlng, and the last ear for the night will leave the Hermitage at 10.30 Until 9 o'clock in the morning, a one hour service mil be given Struck by Auto While riding to ward Five Points on his bicycle Thursday afternoon Gordon Haun, the 13 year old sen of Isaac Haun of Sev enth slreet and Washington avenue, was struck bv an automobile driven by Ml66 Mary Abbott The boy was painfully injured about the lower limbs and Is being treated at his home by a physician. Reports today were to the effect that he was recovering First Entry In Baby Show Mrs. W. H Dranev of 582 21st street has the honor of being the first to enter the baby show contest. Her son Frank will vie with the many others for pr1r.es Double Track The Ogden Rapid Transit, in order to improve its serv ice on Washington avenue, is to pro ceed Immediately to double track from 28th street to 32nd street Not Guilty H J. Peterson, charred with Illegally selling beer to Friend Alvord, was found not guilty by the Jury Id his case in police court this afternoon oo POCATELLO MAN LOSES $1000 IN OGDEN After trying several hours to locate a smooth pair of confidence men a man giving the name Fred Edwards and residence as Pocatello. appeared at the police station and reported that he had been flim-flammed out of $1,000 by two men who had Induced him lo enter into a matching game yesterday afternoon. According to the story told Detec ties George Wardlaw and Charles Pincock. Edwards came from Poca tello yesterday to pa off a mortgage of $750 He had with him a check for $1,000 While strolling about the city In the afternoon he met a stran ger who claimed to be a cattleman The stranger agreed to show Edwards the town and finallv led him to Ihe City Hall square, where another stranger aprachcd and, afier smoothly Introducing himself as a southerner, at once began to talk of betting and of the better sportsman ship that existed in the south. The first friend of Edwards objected to slights and finally it was agreed to ! get in a matching game in which the J iirst stranger, using Edwards' money, was to win the roll from the southern er. Edwards went to the bank, cashed hie check and turned the mone over to the stranger to match with the southerner. The two managed to make a getawav with the $1,000 BEEF COMING TO UTAH FROM KANSAS The destruction of crops in Kan sas. Nebraska and other prairie stale is forcing the cattle owned t the larmers of the corn belt on to the market and there has been such a great rush of late that this eastern beef is beginning to invade 1'tah and 16 beln goffered at a sacrifice as com pared with the meat prices that have prevailed up to the present. Intermountain cattle owners have refused to meet this cut in prices and as a result there is danger of their stock being crowded to unt side The dealers in livestock are urging western cattlemen to meet the com petition of the prairie states during the period when there 1 no feed in th corn belt as by so doing they will retain for themselves the Inr.tl mar kets which heretofore has been held by them exclusively. oo St Paul. Minn.. Sepi. 13 Judge John Shorfley, aged 62, of Perry. la., died at a local hospital today. He had come to Minnesota to recuperate. He was taken critically- 111 Sundsj His Jon, Rush, was with him when he died- FIREWORKS FOR FASHION SHOW TWENTY-ONE SALUTES TO USHER IN THE FIRST DAY OF THE GREAT CARNIVAL AERIAL BOMBS TO EXPLODE AT A HEIGHT OF 600 FEET LARGE PYROTECHNICAL PIECE WILL CLOSE THE FESTIVITIES SCHOOL CHILDREN TO PARADE Ogden's second FaBhlon Show will place and a beautiful ball of fire ap begin and end amid a blaze of fire- peare. The ball floats for a few sec works of the safest vet most bril ond to explode, leaving another ball IlUt, kind, according to Chairman of an entirely different color The Tohn Cullev of the illumination com change is repeated ten times, produc mlttee w ho completed his report this lng a most wonderful effect. This afternoon. Mr. Culley has recently feature is to take place at 25th 6treet returned from the east, where he at and Washington avenue, tended two big conventions and saw During the parade smaller pieces various smaller carnivals and fairs will be discharged from the city park He observed the latest ideas of illu- Another ten-break bomb will be mlnatlon with a view to using hlsshot off at 8 o'clock Saturday evening knowledge in Ogden at some lime orto announce the opening of the big other He had no sooner arrived carnival on Hudson avenue, home than the executive rommittee The big feature will occur at mid pounced upon him with an offer ofnight on the close of the Fashion the chairmanship of the committee Show. A huge piece, suspended up dealing with what he was bent pre-on a cable stretched from the Eccles pared to arrange The others on thebulldlng to the Utah National bank, committee are Henry Rosenbluth andwill be touched off. The dimensions George Timmerman of this piece is 50 feet bv 2ft feet. A complete program of fireworks When the fuse is ignited the follow has been mapped out On Friday, ating slogan will appear in letters of I 9 a. m . the Fashion Show will be ln-brllliant flame augurated with a salute of 21 ea- "Ogden 1920 50,000." lutes that will be heard in all parts While that feature is being read by Of the city. On Friday evening, tothe thousands on the street, six 13- j start the parade, one immense bombinch three-break bombs will be shot will be exploded, which will notifylnto the air. When the last ball of all that the big illuminated automo-flre has vanished, the w-ords "Good bile procession has started on a tourNight" will appear In fire of the principal streets The bomb The. commltee has made atrange will be set off at 25th street andments to light Hudson avenue for the Wall avenue and in addition onecarnlval with an entire trellis work brilliant and expensive 13-Inch ten-of Incandescents In addition, the in break sell will be sent Into the air tersections of the principal streets L Thia hell is one of the most etabor-wtll hae extra Illumination , ate fireworks ever designed The Another feature promised by the " shell is shot into the air 600 feet executive committee Is a remarkable T that height an explosion takes parade of the school children 9 AT WORK ON THE BIG BUSINESS BLOCKS Concreters today are on the fourth floor of the Eccles block and masons are engaged placing granite corners and terra cotta on the base walls on Twenty-fourth street and Washing ton avenue Carpenters are working lively to keep ahead of the con creters. a large force being employed on the fifth and sixth floors Carpenters are doing finishing work on the first and second floors of the Klesel building on Hudson avenue and Twenty-fourth and be fore the month Is over most of the work will be completed Ju6t across the avenue from the Kiesel block brlckman and carpenters are building the Peery Brothers' ouslness bock Stringers for the ilrsv floor have been laid and masons have started on the walls. Steel for the building is on hand and construction will proceed as rapidly as possible during the nxt few weeks rrv DUCK DISEASE IS KILLING TAME DUCKS Thousands of ducks are dying in the streams and on the edge of the lake to the west and north of Ogden William Mathers, who is In from Plalu City, says the malady Is man ifesting itself the same a6 a year ago and he has reached the conclu sion that the disease is highly con tagious among all kinds of birds. George East of Warren whose place is frequented by wild ducks, had 30 tame ducks and chickens die of a disease the symptoms of which were those of the ailing wild ducks Even shore birds are dying near where the ducks are afflicted. Mr Mathers suggests the necessity of sending a crew of experienced hunters Into the duck grounds to kill and bury the ailing birds In or der to lessen the danger of the spread of the contagion The contagious nature of the dis ease indicates that it Is a germ affliction. STEEL WORK ON BAMBERGER BRIDGE Julian Bamberger of the Salt Lake & Ogden Railway company Is in the cirv. He states that steel for the Bam bcrger bridge across Weber river Is on the way and that it Is expected (hat steel construction will begin in ihe near future. Mr Bamberger says that the steel for the city's part of the bridge has been ordered from a separate firm and he does not know when it wil be on hand The Bamberger company will begin laying a concrete bed for its tracks on Lincoln avenue Monday moraine the big concrete mixer having been placed in position today. Water has accumulated In the trenches made for the two roadbeds which will have to be pumped out be fore construction can be started. The P J Moran company has tin ishfd tho concrete base for the asphalt paving on Lincoln avenue, between Tvventy-fltth and Twenty-slxtl streets, and moved the concreting force to Jefferson avenue this after noon. It will require only a few davs j to lay the concrete on Jefferson oo My, but for a man who sold his private correspondence for a pot of cold, ain't Colonel Mulhall getting touchy? Omaha Bee. WOMEN THREW BRICK AT ONE ANOTHER Man Arnold a negress. and Mandy Lucy, a Wa6hakl Indian girl, are en jovlng each other's company In the woman's ward of the city Jail this afternoon, although both were ar rested at noon today while engaged In the gentle pastime of heaving bricks and stones at one another Charges of disturbing the peace have been lodged against them A call came to the police station shortly after 12 o'clock, notifying the officers that a negres6 and an In dian were doing battle in the neigh borhood of Wall avenue and Twenty seventh street The auto patrol was dispatched to the scene with a pa trolman and the two combatants and a half brick for evidence were given free transportation to the Jail After both had been placed behind the bars their erstwhile grievance was lost In the face of the greater one against the city for confining them Mary' was perfectly willing to give all details connected with the unfor tunate affair but Mandy maintained a silence punctuated only by nods as she agreed to the points related by Mary Accoriug to Mary's story she had hired Mandy to do some ironing for her as she was sick. When Mary went away to do some shopping. Mandy left the ironing board to gos sip with a neighbor hen Mary returned and repaired to the neigh bors a three-cornered dispute occur red and Mandy went away from the house after heaving a brick at Mary. Mary said Mandy threw three bricks one of which struck an elbow in flicting a bruise. The third one was coming slowly so Mary caught it. ac cording to her story. That was how she happened to hae a brick in her hand she explained oo REPRESENTING GOVERNMENT OF HOLLAND John Volker of the Voiker Lumber company Is showing Mr. Dussel, a representative of the Netherlands, o'.i.t the city. Mr. Dussel, who is direct from the Dutch West Indies, is here to study nry tarming and irrigation and also to studv the condition of the Dutch people in Utah. He is specially com missioned for this work b his gov ernment. oo Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers hae been placed on record in the Countg recorder's office lob Pincree and wife to George W. Kendall and wife, a part of lot 12, block 10, South Ogden Burvey Con sideration l Stephens Investment company to Cora H. Mortensen a part of lot 14, block 4, South Ogden survey. Con sideration $1 E I Harness and wife to Leon L. She.pperd and wife, a part ot the southeast quarter of section 21, town ship 6 north, range 1 west of the Salt Lake meridian Consideration $900. Leon Shepherd and wife t0 Mary I Ki: L-nild a P,r' ,v ' ! f southeast quarter ol otiou 21. township 1 west of the Salt Mke meridian Consider atlon $1,100. Martha E Granet et al. to Samuel Graviel a PHVt tnG ""h618' quar ter of section 22. town -hip 6 north., ranee 3 west of the salt Lake me ridlan Consideration $1 Samuel Graviel end wife to O A. Kennedy a part ot the northeast ouarter" of section 2-. township 6 north, range 3 west of the Salt Lake meridian. Consideration $1 William Webster to O A. Kennedv. a part of the northeast quarter -f -e.-Mon " township C north, range i west of "the Salt Lake meridian. Con sideration $1- ... I John Howard lo O. A. Kennedy, a MISS LMILY WOOLRTDG1L ! I WILL TE-ACH CROCHE.TING j I Now Wrights' Store brings to Ogden another unusual attrac- I Miss Emily Woolridge, one of the most expert yarn weavers in H the United States, will be in our Art Department for several days, H giving FREE instructions in making of useful and handsome ar- !H tides from yarns. H Miss Wool ridge comes directly from the Golden Fleece Yarn H Factories. These yarns are considered the superior of any offered H for sale in America and the range of textures and colors are prac- H tically without limit. Every customer of the store is invited to attend the classes and H to take advantage of the lady's visit. H Instruction begins on Monday morning, September 15. H LESSONS ARE ENTIRELY FREE. WRIGHTS' part of the northeast quarter of sec tion 22. township 6 north, range 2 west of the Salt Lake meridian. Con sideration $1. Volker Lumber company to Mrs Ella Sherwood, part of lots 6 and 7. block 13. Lakes lew addition Consid eration $1,100 Thos McClatchey and wife to Lucy amoreaux, part of lot 5, block 15, plat B. Emma Munns Lindsey to John W P. Volker, trustee, part lots 2 and 3, 'block 24, plat A Consideration l, .1 J. Brummitt and wife to John E Creighton, Jr., part lot A, block 6. IJrummitt's addition. Consideration 1. oo 1 SOCIETY Continued from Page Six) EASTERN VISITORS Mrs. Addie McChesney was happily surprised by the arrival of her moth er. Mrs. Lydia Earnshaw of Oelweln la. her daughter. Mrs. Hattie Barlow of Omaha. Neb a cousin Miss Effie Earnshaw of Kansas City, also her aunt from Madison, Wis SURPRISE PARTY Mr and Mrs Charles Iverson were given a delightful surprise at their j beautiful new home, 1647 Washing ton avenue. Saturday evening last, when a merry party of their friends I arrived to spend an evening with , them. The rooms were beautifully decora led with pink and white carnations and asters, and ferns in generous profusion and after a pleasant time spent in vocal and Instrumental mu sic and other social diversions an elaborate midnight supper was served All of the season's delicacies were charmingly served Those present were Messrs and Mesdames W D Reeder. J H VS hit aker. Henry Kissel. Jr . Al McDonald Thomas Iversen. Charles Iversen. T W Hansen. J Greenwell Ered Han sen William Harrop Charles Parrv . Oliver Hansen Mrs R T Smith. Ba ker Citv, Ore. Mrs. Nita Shafer. Ba ker City. Ml6ses Virginia Hansen. Reulah Crandell, Lavern Greenwell; Messrs. Ray Hansen, Wayne Iversen Oliver Hansen. Dale IverBon DINNER PARTY. Mrs Oliver Hansen entertained at a beautifully appointed dinner partv at her home. 1S24 Grant avenue, Wed nesday evening, in honor of Mrs R T Smith of Baker City, Ore., and her daughter, Nita Shafer Pink and white asters were an attraction of the well laid board FOR OREGON VISITORS. Mr and Mrs. Henry Kissel, jr.. en lertained Friday cvoulag for Mrs R T. Smith and daughter, Nita Shaf. st their home. 1024 Grant avenue The table was prettllv arranged and car nations gave an added touch of beauty- -oo- OGDENITES IN EASTERN NEVADA The v hite Pine News of Ely, con tains the following account of a par ty of Mormon officials w ho are is lung eastern Nevada James Wotberspoou president of the North Weber stake of the Mor mon church at Ogden; David W. Ev ans, clerk of the stake, Mrs Georgl nia G. Marriott, stake president ofthe Ladles' Relief socletv . Mrs Minnie C Stratford, counsellor to the stake president for the prlmarv association and Mrs. Jennie C Neal, member ut the stake Sunday school board, were arrivals from Ogden vesterday and registered at the Northern hotel. This morning they left by automobile for White river valley where they will hold conferences at the Preston and Lund wards. They will return to Ely next Tuesday. Fart of the city of Ogden and We ber county Utah and all of the state of Nevada are Included in the North Weber stake In this territory' there are about 5500 members of the Mor mon cburcb who are within the June diction of the stake Some of the head officers of the stake make vis its to each ward in Nevada twice a year to have conferences with the lo cal bishops aDd their councilors Thej visits are. made In the spring and fall when plans are discussed for church work during the summer and winter seasons. Ely Is a part of the McGill ward, there being about fifty members of the church residing here who hold services in a building on North Mur ray street. Two years ago there was practically no members of the church here. A meeting was held last night at which there was an attendance of about fifty church members to meet the Ogden visitors and hear talks Dy several of them Next Tuesday night Mrs. Georgina Marriott will deliver an address in Ely when she will speak on the gen eral movement for the uplift of worn en Thursday night a meeting will be held in McGill where there are quite a good many members of the church j no CHRIS JORDAN IS HERE TO MEET HARBERTSON Chris Jordan middleweight cham pion wrestler of the world and Torn . Scanlon his manager came to Ogden this morning and will sign articleb with Jack Harberisou and T. B Kelly today for a return match to be given !n the Orpheum. Wednesday evening September 24. A meeting was held in J. F. Goss office this morning and It is expected that an agreement will be reached this afternoon The match will be to a finish with no holds barred. The stake will bo the championship of the world. In the last match between Har bertson and Jordan, the latter threw the local man after a Ion fight. A toe hold was used and so Beverely was Harbertson injured that the crowd refused to have him go on the mat for the second fall. Harbertson is confident that the wicked bold wll. have no terrors for him In view ol past experience. oo MARKETS Chicago G'd;n. Chicago. Sept 13 W heat deve. oped strength today, influenced partly bv an authoritative esttmata that ihe crop in France was -'.'" HI 10 bl tSs short compared with In! year Of ferings in the pit vers Light at 'he outset, with shor's an j commission houses on the buying Hide l"ne re suiting advau-e, however led Lo net selling bv n prv.nin nt h;use 1 ne opening waj l-ocll' to Higher and there ivnJ a sabSfQuenl pai)i Frosts la Iowa u 1 Wisconsin hLei the c.drn maikc-i a little The crop, though, wa- - It vtlv i -var- eJ ad L yond danucr. There " rfipo that the bulk ol the Urseni ill I I Bl i ua had aireadv been contrn ced fdr Opel lng prices were H ; ' -' higher jui much of the gain was aXterwarda losu Covering .-v 3ho-:s -Hh osi& firm. Sales ware jui of 9 scattered or'. Provisions ased off with li'v" Flrsl tran -1 'ionii vjtied from 10c de cline to a shade advance and offer ings were ut.e pl.'Otiiul. k decrease lu recelp:s norlhwesi helped to sns am the market ;md so also did expoil s.iles of Hour at Portland. rh close - eaej al a shade to aaU aiid -Sc oet advapce. Cash. Whea No. -' rod. j 1-2 94 1-ao; No. J ted J20W.1-2C; no -hard, sn 1-4089 i-2c; No hai 88 1-2088 No- 2 northern, II B 9- l-c No 3 northern. 89&1q; No 3" spring. 88690c. Val chaff, l'7(fi J7 l-4c; Drum. 87081 Corn -NOi 2 74 3-4 h 76 l-4c; No. -white, 75 1-207$ l-c; No - yoUo 76076 l-4c: No. fc M 1-4 PJGc; No 3 white 76 l-270c; No. 3 yellow. 74 8-40 I6c Oats-No 2 white, 48 1-3044 1 " No. .5 white, 4-' M043c; stnniJprd, 438'43 3-4c. No. 2 rye 67 l-2c. Barley 60 Q Sic. Timothy $i oii'7 5 35. Plover (8.00 10.75. Pork 182 E 1 Conditions Intolerable to Foreigners. Galveston, Tex.. SepL IS. Condi tlons in the state of Durango, Mex., are Intolerable to foreigners, accord ing to refugees of whom 170 were landed here today from the steamship Mexicano. The refugees expressed belief that there was no man in Mexico power ful enough to bring about peace or to maintain it. If peace is secured tern- H porarlh. They say that even If Hu erta is not a candidate for president, 9 many Mexicans will look on any elec- H tion as being controlled by him. H A. D. Edwards of Texas, an electri- . nB cal engineer, said he left Mexico not V alone because of personal danger, but iH because there was no longer any way H of making a living there H Many of the refugees have been fl since A.ugust trying to return to the fl United States ;B Utah Goods For I Utah People J Is the plea that Utah 1 people should use Utah- 1 jmade goods to the ex- j elusion of all others a 1 'consistent attitude to as- J surne0 We believe that I it is, and we believe that all reasoning people are M of the same opinion. The H fellow from the outside who wishes to sell his H goods here will tell you that such a policy is nar- 1 row and against the 1 State's -business inter- 1 ests. But this man knows that his own state is do ing the same thing; he knows that his state is striying to supply first jits own people, and then I sell the surplus in other states and countries. The thrifty community is the self-sustaining commun ity. A prudent farmer does not buy from his 1 'neighbors the things that he himself pro Iduces, and the state that lis less wise than the indi vidual in this regard will be the dumping ground for the goods of j other states and will be hewers of wood and drawers of water so long as such policy continues. Let this be our motto: I j AM FOR UTAH. J Manufacturers flssoci j! I ation of Utah 1 "flie Payroll Builders" J GOODYEAK SHOE 9 v. REPAIRING CO. f rSHSBL -c J E GUERNSEY, Mgr U ( fintijnVT? PROCESS 0ne d.or east 0f standard Office. ..REpaiRInVoF QUALITY."