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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 19T3. 5 ,
! , I INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS I " rrrr ASSOCIATION FREE LECTURES By Pastor J. A. GJLLESFIE, Omaha - topic Bpy "VICTORY O'ER THE GRAVE" J Ogden Tabernacle yfl 'j 7:45 P.M. ' H SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19TH (J ALL SEATS FREE NO COLLECTION BSE-SMsHBH L I EX-AMBASSADOR ? PREDICTS CHAOS Henry Lane Wilton Would Recognize Huerta Govern , ment Intervention Expensive. M m Spokane Wash., Oct. 18. "The gov- 11 ernment of Provisional President Hu I erta of Mexico Is just as legal as the (government of Roosevelt when he suc I . r ceeded to the presidency after the ' essassination of President McKinley ," declared Henry Lane Wilson, former United States ambassador to Mexico, 1 -In an address on the Mexican situa tion delivered at a banquet tendered him here last night "President Wilson could recognize I (iHucrta and still save his face, as he has been trying to do ever since Mr ' Wilson continued ' If President Wil son does not get behind the Huerta government, chaos is going to come, and we will have to go down and take care of the country We would have to supervise the election and then the I new president would be labelled the; gringo' president. As 6oon as our so' tilers had left the country the Mexi cans would get out their knives and we should have to go back again That, would mean controlling the count r and all the countries to the Panama canal Intervention would be all right jf we stayed therp all the time but would he bad Tor our morals and pot ketbooks." In discussing the condition of the lower classes in Mexico. Mr. Wilson said that 50 per cent were outcasts and pariahs and were Illiterate and that therein lay the root of all revo luiions. Under those conditions, he continued, it can eamly be under stood what difficulties my dlstngulfh ed namesake and Mr Bryan would have In establishing an altruistic re publif and how the problem kept Mr. Bryan from some of his lecture en gagements "In Mexico 75,000 Americans own more than all the Mexicans. For the most part this was acquired honestly, but in spite of this, an effort was made to deprive them of their prop erty. 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Warms up bathroom or parlor in next to no time. This year's model Perfection burns nine hours on a single gallon of oil. Easy to clean, and rewick in a moment. No smoke automatic-locking flame-spreader flat font insures - steady heat always. THE CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY (Incorporated in Colorado) Denver Fucblo Albuquerque Cheyenne Butte Boise Salt Lake City l You might an well take away life as take away property " Murderers Not Punished. Discussing the Madero regime. Mr Wilson said that $4 Americans had been killed in Mexico and not ond murderer had been punished and that six months prior to the overthrow of Madero the entire country wanted it, yet "the death of the two Maderos seems to have agitated the United States government more than the mur der of the Americans." Regarding the part he took m bring ing about the making of Huerta pro visional president, Mr Wilson said that the Huerta and Diaz factions were iu the capital readv to renew tho bombardment and that while I was not so instructed. 1 took Immediate action to prevent it The represen talives of the two factJons were at the embassy seven hours and finally agreed to mak? Huerta provisional prtsident. leaving Diaz at liberty to pursue his candidacy o act ol mine rendered such valuable services to Americans and foreigners in my entire trareer and yet the administra tion at Washington called my act an intrusion into the policies of the country The officials at home have 1 queer conceptions of the difficult lev. ' oi their diplomatic representatives, I MTARLH AN EASYWINNER Packey Outboxes and Out Fights Opponent in Every Round at Madison Square. New York, Oct is In a ten-round bout at Madison Square Garden last night. Packey McFatlaud of Chicago outboxed and outfought Tommy Mur I phv of this cltjl from statt to finish, i never giving Murphy a chain in mi,' round Mi F.irland weighed 140, and Murpli 138 pounds The Chicago fighter gae a clever exhibition of boxing throughout. In the first round Murphy was unable to reach his opponent with a clean blow, while Mi Farland rained left jabs and right hooks to the head and fac?. At close quartern. Murphy s short arm ivoik was cleverly blocked bj McFar laud, who acted a9 though h were giving a boxing lesson Murphy did not land a do.en clean biows. and these had no effect on the Men I. yards' cbamploui Murphy was fre (lUentl) uiir.ed aiross the rim; win right hand smashes to the bead and face and at times he stood as it b v. ildered. Murphy appeared to tire in the sixth after receiving a hard right uppercut to lhn jaw The crowd kept calling ' 1 1 McFarland to put him out hi thr seventh and eighth McFarland fie fluently slapped Murphy in the face with the back of his right glove li .; ppM riii as i hougl tho hicago I ig b : er could have brought the boul to H luicker termination had he so desired DIVER FINDS LONG LOST STEAMER San Francisco. Oct. 18, What may be the wreck of the City of Kio de Janeiro, whn h wis sunk inside th entrance to the Golden Gate u tin morning of February L'2, 19dl, with a loss of 122 lhes and bullion valued at 121600(000, was locate today by Herman Stelzner a diver, who made the descent In 128 feel of water In a diving device bio has invented. In cidentally Stelzner set a new mark for divers in his descent of 128 feet yesterday The previous gieates' depth attained is ald to be 92 feet. The vessel lie found lies half way between Mile itock Light House ai the harbor entrance and Port Point, which Is one of the pillars of the Golden Gat In describing his di stent. Stelzner said : "The tide was ebbing fast on tin surface, but below there seemed to be the center ol an eddy where the water was practically still The Rio must have been carried inward until it reached the eddy and has remained there ever since." The Itlo is supposed to have torn her hoitom om on Mile Rock befbri the light was built there. Stelzner will leae today fni Japan where be has i itracl to Bean h foi lost vessels, hut a San Francisco di er vho has bought the new divintj device will continue to seek the u r.-i and the treasure It contains CHINESE STARTED BACK FOR HOME Fan EranclBCQ, Ocl If One hun I dn-d and fifty-three Chinese, the I largest consignment ever brought to thlr port for deportation were start ed back for China today on the steamship Persia, The Chinese fn-te-ed Mexico some time ago, expect ing to find employment as laborer Because of unsettled conditions ther they could obtain no work and ciossed the border into California They were picked up singlv and in group3 by Immigration officers BRYAN LAUDS THE NEW LAWS Currency Bill a Remarkable Measure Government Should Issue Money. INCOME TAX LAW Bankers Want to Control the People's Money Aldrich Opposition Good Thing. Waterloo, la.. Oct. 18 Secretary of State William J. Bryan spoke last tiighl at the Iowa State Dairy show in detense of President Wilsons admin istrative policies. He defended tb pending currency bill, the new tariff law and the income tax. and attacked the critics of theRe measures For generation? ihe National banks have hold the government's money in return for contributions to campaigns and support ot the Republican party, he ';:iid Secretary Bryan was speaking ol the pending currency bill "The cur rency bill Is the most remarkable cur rency measure that we ever have had " he said "It gives to the bank ers enough to make them happy and doesn't enable them to take enough to make thp people miserable. There Is one feature about this bill that should win the support of every bank er doing a legitimate banking busi ncsa Heretofore it has been neces sary to put up bonds to secure gov ernment money but by the provisions of the new bill the government loans money without requiring bonds It lets the regional bank take collateral from the banks within the zone and the zone banks put their guarantee on the collateral This enables the gov ernment to put into a community more money than it takes out "The government asks in return something tnat every banker should be willing to concede namely that the government should issue the mon ey itsell Why let the banks issue the money in times of peace, when the government must issue It In time of trouble? I believe the banks can very well concede this point when they consider the benefits they re ceive through not having to purchase bonds as Becurit And they will have to concede this point whether they want to or not. There is one point on which the bankers are divided It Is whether the board that controls the issue shall consist of bankers or gov ernment officials?' Income Tax Law. On Hie income tax law he said "Because I favored a 2 per cent tax with an exemption of 4000 and no graduation, they called me a dema gogue, and a disturber of the peace, and a ( used me of trdng to stir up the poor against the rich That is what they did nineteen years ago, but this cbuntry is changed When this bill passed the Housii it provided for an income tax running from 1 per ent to 4, and when It got to the Senate the Senate said tha' it was not enough for now we have a Democratic Senate, a Senate that comes from the people and hereafter the Semite will be responsible to the will of the people When that bill . ame to be passed, there were men iu this country who had advocated an income tax, who were will ng to keep 89 per cent on woolen goods, and Uih old Payne-Aldricfa bill, rather than to join with the Democrats to give i lower lax and income tax I realize that while western Republicans voted lor the extortionate rates of a higher tariff, an eastern Democrat, Woodrow llBon, right by Wall street and the manufacturers, east his io with tho plain people and gave them a low rate on the necessities of life Why did he do ft? Because his heart Is on their side "You have been shirking your du ties and making the poor people bear I the burdens you ought to bear. Now I we will help them to reduce taxation and you must take some of that load upon yourselves." Aldrich Opposition Necetsary. Mr Bryan said former Senator Al drlch's opposition to the currency bill was necessary to assure its pa.sse.ge "Mr Aldrich has done more than any other man In public life to make the Republican party a third party in this country," said the speaker "We had a meeting in Boston tho other day and the speaker said that ; when the question was asked as to whether banks should be controlled bv la board of bankers they all shouted 'We think the banks ought to be eon trolled by bankers ' " "Do you know of any other class of so lety that wants to control itself What would you think of a railroad that said 'We must control the inter state commerce commission that con trols us in the railroad business Did you ever hear of a railroad marl claiming that they Bhould control one half of the commerce commission or one member of the board? You never heard It. Why Regulate Banks? What do you regulate the banks for? For the benefit of the people who do business with them Whose money have the banks? Why the people's money Whose money do th'ej gei from the government 9 The peoples Then who says Ihat tho banks Bhall control themselves while they handle the people's money." It is presumptuous, impertinent au darious and the bankers themselves ought to be ashamed of. Political Boards. "Do they tell you that this board Is to be political, and that It ib dan gerous? Do you know of anything In this country that Is not lining done by political boards, any part of the gov ernment that Is not conducted by po litical bodies' As a government which is made up of political heads and officers selected by the people can make your laws, protect your prop erty, regulate marriage and divorce, fix the death penalty and take a hu man life, who, then, says that a pa litical body cannot control 'be banks for the people'' How Some Bankers Talk. "Tbe way some bankers talk you would imagine that business commn nlties exist for the benefit of the banks. It would be just about as absurd to say that people eat in order to furnish a demand for farm prod ucts This bill means that the banks are to fulfill the principles of their existence and are to live fcr the ac commodation of business and not for its control "We are to have twelve or more regional bonks and no central bank. Mr Aldrich complained tbe other day that he did not like this bill. That Iu the reason it was written this way so he would not like it If the bill suit ed him. it wouldn't be fit to print If he was pleased with it, it would bi bad He prepared a bill and after he had taken a look though he coun try he resigned from putlle life" A large audience heard Mr. Bryan and applauded his remarks. ban quel was held in his honor before be returned to Washington last night LONDON PAPERS' TRIBUTE TO GERMANS London, Oct. 13 The explosion if the great Zeppelin airship near Berlin yesterduy has called forth from prac tipally all the London newspapers sympathetic comment, together with the prediction that the disaster may terminate aerostatic experiments with craft of this type. The Times pays a tribute to the Germans by saying Nothing reveals more admirabL the stuff of which Germans are made than the manner in which they bavo born the long series of accidents which have attended their efforts to conquer the air." 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