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10 THE OGDEfC STANDARD, QGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1913.
I a 3 Day Special I I Starting WEDNESDAY, at 8 a. m., we will I I place on Special Sale two hundred and fifty I I dozen regular 75c winter Undershirts and I I Drawers at I hQP ,fhe . I I J J v Garment I B Come early and buy as many as you want. I I KVIIWS M )dern Clothes I I r shop I BABY BOY IS BURIED j i. American Fork. Oct 20. Funeral service were held this afternoon I , 'j from the family residence for the ba- by boy f Mr. and Airs I L. Firmage, jjji Viiose death otenrred Saturday Bishop W B. Smith conducted the sen ices. W. H Smith and Clifford oung were the speaker Members of thp Fourth ward choir furnished the music Interment was in the City cemetery. " JACK HARBEKISON I VS. STEVE JORDAN Brother of World's Champion, Chris Jordan. To be held at Lyceum Theater, Tuesday 24th. Scats on I sale at Marion Hotel Bar and Cole & Butts Cigar Store. B I Madam I I There is nothing so delightful as when you eat the I 1 H bread without the mysterious ingredients. Go to j your nearest grocer and ask for a loaf of Domestic Science Bread, and give your stomach a real and j royal treat but insist on seeing the label accept B no substitutes get your I MONEY'S I worth in REAL Bread value. Every loaf is guar- I j j I anteed by us so comply with the pure food and K I j drug act 100 per cent pure. - I I Baked and delivered FRESH twice a dayr I I DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING CO. 1 j The Home-made Bread and Cake Bakers. I BAGS of every description Oat, Barley and Wheat, kf, new and second hand. Get prices. THOS. FARR & CO. Bp 2270 Wash. Ave. III; Why Pay 25 Per Cent mm each month for a little Credit Accommodation. Try our BS Cash plan. 1 INDEPENDENT MEAT CO. 9 Phone 23. 2420 Wash. I YOUR DOLLAR will go further if you buy here in quantity Make a list of what you ned for a wek or month. We will supnse you at the amount you can save. 332MhJ4AR NO TRACE OF J BOUDUR 'FOUND Posses, Headed by Sheriff and Detectives After Men Who Robbed Station. Littleton, f'olo.. Oct. L'l Posses headed by Sheriff J W. Mr Broom of Arapahoe county and De ecllves ( ok- and Maxwell of the Denver po ll forc had found no trace earl) lodav of the two masked bandits who last night held up Station Agent Raj Foy of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe r;iilroul, rifled a mnll sack. attempted to dynamite the station Bate and escaped. So far as known they secured only $7 from the cah drawer at the station. Postmaster E. H Albertson slated that the mall ! sack contained nothing of value. Posses continued the Bearcfa todaj When the robbers entered ihe Sta- I tion thej immediately thrust two re volvers against Agenl P03 a body and mmrnanded him to submit to being bound and gagged Foy complied and on the floor watching the men plun ,,, the station rhe bandits threat ened him with death, he says, unless ho divulged the combination of the olfice saf Foy tinalh convinced them, he told the police, that he did i.ot know the combination and the robbers departed after having admin istered B 3evere beating to their vic tim Foy released himself shortly after wards and went to the Denver and R!o Grande railway nearby and no tified the authorities of the robbery. FARMHANDS MURDER A WEALTHY RECLUSE Harper Kan. Oct 21. Eli Girard la farm hand 21 years old, confessed yesterday, according to Donald Mulr, county attorney, that his brother. Pe ter Girard, Frank J. Marrion and him self murdered Charles Johnston, a wealthy recluse, In 1909, for the pur pose oi robbery. They secured no money according to Girard, who had previously served a term In the Kan gas reformatory for robbing Johnston of $1600 Tin- Girarda arp under arrest here and an officer weil to McCombs 111 in c;et Marion, who is detained there. During fl search of the tiome after the robbery, police found $2000 buried 111 in--, (ails anil hollies The inur d e re 18 had overlooked it. AMERICAN TARIFF AROUSES ANGER St. Petersburg, Oct 21 The Novo! Vremya demands that the government impose a prohibitive tariff on all American products impo-ted Into Rus sla as a reprisal for the American tariff regulations imposing .", per cent on goods from countries where no treaty exists. Jn an angry article the Novo Vrem ya declares. America has sacrificed its old friends, France and Russia, to the Jev ish magnates under whom thn American people have bowed their heads " HUERTA INCREASES IMPORT DUTIES Mexico City, Oct 21 An increase of 60 per cent in practically all im port duties will become effective Oc I tober 28 by virtue of a decree by i President Huerta just published Mer j chants and importers are making ery effort to utilize the. few icmalnlng J days to their advantage. Consumers I are concerned over the prospect of r. further advance in the already high prices prevailing 00- CRAIG ELECTED TO SUPREME BENCH Peoria. Ills., Oct 21. In a fierce ly contested judicial election Charles C Craig. Democrat of Galesburg was elected yesterday 10 the Illinois su preme bench to succeed Judge John P. Hand by a majority of 3640 over Judge Leslie D. Puterbaugh, Repub lican. Arthur 11. Shay, the Progres sive candidate ran nearly 5000 voles behind the Republican candidate. A number of Chicago women prom inent in the women's suffrage move ment stumped the district in behalf I of Shay. Among them were Mrs Myelin McConnlck and Mrs Sherman Booth. The campaign was marked by bitterness and exchanges of per se ualitles. U1J MEXICAN COFFEE INDUSTRY RUINED San Diego, Cal . Oct 21. Dr. M. B, Shelton of Portland, Ore , manager of I a coffee plantation near Orlzba. said yesterday concerning the ruin of the Mexican coffee industry by the war "For three years our 35.000 acres of coffee has been going to waste be cause we have been unable to obtain labor. One can walk over thousands cf acres on our plantation without touching the ground, because of the layer of coffee beans thai covers it Whan I left, hundreds of thousands of beBhels of coffee beans were lying on the soil. The Mexican government I 1ms been recruiting in tho state of I Vera Cruz for three days and there are no laborers left " 00 PRINTING DIRECTOR LOYAL TO UNION Manila. Oct. 21 John S Leech, dir.ctor of printing for the Philip pine Islands, has resigned. In a statement, he says that his resigna 1 ion was nriueRtcd after he had re fused to divulge cablegrams of pro test sent to Wsahlnston by members of the Manila Typographical union against a prospective salary' CUt bv the legislature, Mr Leech adds that he felt it his duty to remain loyal to the men's organization of which he is an honorary member. Moreover, he said he felt he must recognize the men a right of petition GE-SSLER TO SUCCEED LEECH Washington, Oct. 21. Edward Gessler craftsman instructor in the public printing office of the Philip pines, has been appointed to serve temporarily as director of printing, to succeed John S Leech, who re signed at the request of Governor General Harrison. James Hoggsette, assistant director, also has been re moved Leech and Hoggsette ignored Gov ernor General Harrison In sending to President Wilson and to the pres ident of the Typographical union in th: United Stales a protest against an alleged contemplated salary cut Officials here say no such cut was cortemplated 00 FIRST HEAVY SNOW STORM OF SEASON Chicago, Oct 21. Chicago awoke this morning to witness the flrsi heavy snow storm of the season which at limes was almost a blizzard Lifiht snow began falling last evening ,iimI continued all through the night becoming heavier at da light Knrly 1 his morning the men ury dropped U low the freezing poiut Blinded by the storm, Charles Blake 10 years old. a switchman, was run down bv a Height train and instantly killed Traffic on the surface and elevated maris uas delayed by the blizzard and half a dozen persons were reported injured in accidents caused by thi snow and ice. UNION PAINTERS RETURN TO WORK Chicago, Oct. 21. Four thousand union painters who have been on .- r r 1 k c - for two months, returned in work todav. The union will pay a f.ne ot $2000 under protest to the building trades council and take an appeal to the American Federation of Labor. uw DISTINGUISHED MEN PRINCETON VISITORS Princeton. N, J , Oct 21 Lectures by foreign delegates now In this country to participate in the dedica tion of Princeton's graduate college here tomorrow were continued today. The speakers were Dr. Arthur Denis Godiey fellow of Magdalen college and public orator at the University of Oxford and Kmile Boutroux, hon orary professor in the University of Paris. 00 MILLIONS DEPEND ON COURT DECISION Washington, Oct 21 .Millions of dollars for the federal government depends on the outcome of the cor poration tax cases up for argument today before the supreme court. In the case of the Stralton's Inde pecdence, limited, of Colorado, the court was called on to decide wheth er the sale price of mineral taken from a mine Is income subject to the coiporatlon tax or whether it Is to be I considered a invested capital, con- j verted into cash. CUBAN CONGRESS REFUSES TO MEET Havana, Oct 21 In consequence of the refusal of the Cuban congress to convene in extraordinary session to consider the presidential message urgently recommending a new for eign loan of $15 000,000, President M.ircn Menocal today Issued an ap peal to the Cuban people, declaring that he may be compelled 'to have recourse to extraordinary measures In the event of continued obstlnancy on the part of congress. 00 AVIATORS BEGIN A LONG FLIGHT Lhy-Les-Moulineaux. France. Oct. 21 The longest aeroplane flight over attempted was started from here to day by Pierre Daucourt He wa accompanied bv another French avia tor. Henry Roux, as a passenger. Daucourt departed on the way to Cairo, Egypt, a distance of rniiee. Stops are planned at Schaffhausen, Germany, Vienna; Buda Pest' Bel grade. Bucharest; Varna, on the Black Sea; Constantinople, and al various cities In Asia Minor, includ ing Jerusalem. Tho flight "is to be concluded by way of Port Said, and the Egyptian I capital. ADMIRAL DIED FRDMKON Medical Experts Find Arsenic Self-Administered or by Widow to Be Proven. Plymouth, Mass. Oct. 21, Rear Ad miral Joseph G Baton died from pois on at least one dose of which was ad ministered within six or eight hours of his death, during; which time, the testimony showed, he "was uncon scions. This, the statement of medical x pertS, was the principal evidence In troduced by the government in its et 1 ' to support Its charge that th" admiral came to his death at the hands of his widow. Mrs. Jennie Ma Eaton, now on trial for her life That Mrs. Eaton had manv times said that she wished that her husband was dead was the statement made on th( witness stand yesterday by Heniy M Cates of Rock Island, who knew the family in 1010. Mrs Faton still maintained to a larne extent, the conipusure vvhich she has manifested during the proceed Ings Occasionally during the medic al testimony she bit her lips and again broke out In laughter at the testimony of acquaintances Testimony as to the finding of pois on in the admiral's body and indica tions as to the time and manner of lis giving, was given bv Professors w f Whitney and William Balch of Harvard Medical school These ex perts. retained by the government, had analyzed the contents of the or tans removed from the body of the admiral Sixteen grains of pure white arsenic- were found and a greater amount probably was thrown off from the admiral's system before death, ac cording to the testimony. Both professors admitted under cross examination that the presence of a large Quantity of arsenic has been accepted t experts as an Indication that the poison was self-administered. District Attorney Albert Barker in redirect examination brought out tea timony to show that the poison iniuht have been administered equally well by some other person. It is the con tention of the government that pois on was given the admiral in tea and other beverages by his widow The defense failed to secure any in formation ol their contention that the Elizabeth sas: I am troubled with a constant headache which also at fects my e.ws M breath is awful as I hae .1 si v ere case of catarrh iu the head and throat.'' Answer I receive daily hundreds of letters from people who have suffered as you do and who have been relived with the following prescription Make a wash bv mixing one half teaspoon ful of Vilane powder, which you can pur hase from any druKist in 2 oz packages, and add to this one pint of warm water use this in the nos tnls daily to thoroughly cleanse them A catarrh balm should be used with (his This is made by mixing ono leaspoonful of il.im powder with one ounce lard or yasllene and apply well up Into the nostrils twice a day. If this is used daily your catarrh should soon vanish. It should, however, be used OC) aslonally to prevent a return of the disease. "C. G." writes; "If you know of anything that will cure dandruff, itch ing scalp and premature baldness, please let me know what it is " Answer. For several years I have prescribed plain yellow mlnyol as su perior to anything known for the treat ment of diseased scalp. Get It in four-ounce jars with lull directions It quickly overcomes all diseases of hair and scalp and gives new vigor and in tense natural color to the hair Try It fairly and you will advocate Its use for your friends "Mildred" writes "I am constantly embarrassed because of the fact of my extreme thinness I have abso lutely no color In my face and lips and I am dull and lifeless most 01 the time. Please advise me what to do." Answer: If you are so thin and pale and your lips and cheeks are colorless It is because your blood la deficient In red corpuscles. This can be easily overcome by the use of three-gralu hypo nuclane tablets, which can be had from any druggist, in sealed car tons with full directions for taking. When the blood is enriched by the uso of these tablets your weight will increase, the color will come back Into your face and lips, and it will Improve your general system so that you will become strong and healthy Edna' writes; "I suffer with rheu matism all the time and 1 shall be very glad If you can tell me some thing to relieve me " Answer; I can give you a prescrlp tion which will not only relieve, but should obliterate your rheumatism This Is my favorite remedy and from the number of letters received from people who have used it proves Its value iu rheumatism The following Is made by mixing well, taking a tea spoontul at meal limes and again be fore retiring. Comp. essence cardlol. 1 oz. , comp fluid balmwort, 1 oz .; syrup saraaparrlla comp , 5 ozs ; io dide of potassium. 2 drams, wine of colchlcum, one half ounce, sodium sal Icylate, 4 drama Editor Tells How jj D. D. D. Prescription 5 Cored His Eczema ft Clergyman and Banker Also Write How They Secured Relief, Thanks to D. D. D. ut tx a TTotrnktAS, Editor Echo. Proph- am no longer tortorM oorapletelj ' .JLrT m Rncmber. mine, ww cured. I haro no hHtAnry & K. y Tof fifteen year sUndlns. Now knowledge tho ffrcat virtues of thU flf tlo of D D D I bav eocn ix caeo or Th curcn of TX T. T. are past b. 1 X& yoam ecajxtlnr: cur1. I havo nu 11r,f Ai draKXInt Know and aro I I mT own doctor cared of barhor's Itch. to rmmend thLa eoothlnp:, coolltur which ho oooJd not enro falmadf. lixjnJd. F. R- T5fi BjjPlMr. Hopklntop. UJ to n8 and wo will tell yoa I trfWLtod with throo Jtor Jr more aboof thl rrr.rkahlo rem3f moot- They OA BW JOO gOOfl. W and tho offlrtent D, D D Skin So fco and ikIp wor full "ft Wo offcr tho r3t full slse bottl 7n ease I applied D. IX i. Rsnit cay tho guarantee that un1a tt 3oe a taco e o fimooth U a . . i enJ.L. your money will he refunded. h- 2SWJ?2f2Sr V?- TlS Yoa alone to jadKC PrrtBbytertnnChareh. Roanoke. Va. For hrM rear I sufTnrod. Intensely SO. J tro aturt found relief In D. D. D. I Cullev DrtJg Co. ijjj P. D. D. Prescript! 01 tor 15 Years c Standard Skin Remedy admiral used Intoxicants freely and then resorted to drugs to overcome the after effects rlenrj M. Cates of Rock Island a friend of the Eaton ramlly, testified that .Mrs. Eaton had expressed the Wish at various times that the admiral was dead She asked Cates, the wit ness continued, to come to the Eaton home and warned him "to be prepared to protect himself ' Following this advice ho carried a pistol, which, he Bald, he found no occasion to use tie testified thai Mrs Eaton had said "Do not let the admiral get behind yon," remarking that she thought the admiral "wasn't right in his head " Thought Admiral Insane. Charles Hilt, a neighbor of the Eat ons In Assinlpi testified that he was told by .Mrs Eaton that she went to a doctor in an .ittempt to have tho ad miral declared Insane "But." Mr Hili said. "Mrs. Eaton told me that if anybody was crazy it was she." Mr. Hilt declared that he had never seen the admiral intoxicated or under tho Influence of drugs From M S Shurtlerf of South Vr mouth, a tradesman, came testlmouv that Mrs Eaton had said that the ad miral placd poison 111 food which she ate at a theatre party In 1910 in Boston Mr. Shurtleff added that Mrs E& ton appeared to be so afraid that the admiral ould poison the family food The nuestlons answered below are general n character; tho symptoms or diseases are given and the an f.vvcrs should apply to any case of Similar nature. Those wishing further advise, free, may address Dr. Lew-Is Baker, Col hu,. Building, College-Ellw ood Btreeta, Dayton, O., enclosing seif addresfled, stamped envelope for re ply. Full name and address must be given but ouly initials or fictitious name will be used in my answei The prescriptions can be filled at anv well-stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of wholesaler. "Morris" asks "I have suffered with a chronic coush for almost a year, and catch a fresh cold every few weeks Nothing the doctor gives me helps, so I write to you" Answer You need a thorough laxa tive cough syrup, one that not only relieves, but surely drives it from the system The following regularly used I will oust any curable cough or cold promptly: Obtain - l' 1 oz bottle or essence ment ho-laxeiie, mix it with a home made sugar syrup or honey as per directions on bottle "Anxious B " write: "I have in re cent years been threatened with ap pendicitis, but would never consent to an operation Indigestion, const! pa tion and sedentary habits cause mo much suffering Kindly prescribe I for dyspepsia something which you think will cure me and prevent appen dlcltis." Answer The most scientific and satisfying treatment for your trouble Is tablets trioioptine; packed pink, white and blue in sealed cartons with full directions Most stomach dlsor ders can be conquered' by regular treatment. "Nervous M ' writes "Loss of sleep, nervousness, loss of appetite and overwork has made almost a com plete wreck of me. I have to work, but can scarcely drag one foot after the other. Please advise." Answer The condition you describe Is prevalent, especially with brain workers. Use tho following. Com pound syrup hypophosphites. 5 ozs , tincture cadomene. 1 oz. Mix, shake well and take a teaspoonful before meals Farmer's Wife asks "Will you please tell me how to overcome obe sity?" Answer. Obesity is burdensome Ex cessive fat on the human body is un natural and frequently results seri ously The best and safest method .o reduce is to take regularly five-grain arbolono tablets They are put up In sealed tubes with directions for home use. and any well stocked druggist can ' supply them, "Sara C " writes: "I am constipated and have a greasy skin. Suffer from headache, indigestion and some kid ney trouble. 1 wish you to recom mend a remedy.' Answer: The best remedy to relieve and master chronic constipation is called three-grain sulphorb tablets made from sulphur, cream of tartar and herb medicines. Taken regularly the blood Is purified, the bowels and liver stimulated Into healthy action and health established They are packed In sealed tubes with full direc tions. These tablets are splendid for children, as they do not gripe or sicken." ".Mamma" "I know of nothing bet ter for bed-wetting than 1 dram of tincture cubebs, 2 drama of tincture rhus aromatic and 1 oz. comp. fluid balmwort Mix The dose is 10 to 15 drops in water one; hour before meals.' Advertisement. ( that she had extra locks attached to : fiH the pantry door at their summer home In Wry mouth. Mrs. Eaton's Bad Temper. sj Miss Katherine Griffin oi Boston ( testified that while employed as a bookkeeper in May. 2. In 'he Eaton home, Mrs. Eaton had ncmsed her of making the admiral sick, of taking advantage of him because he was cra zy and of taklns all his money (I 'Mrs Eaton has a bad temper," th ' & witness concluded. ia Assistant District .Attorney Fred G Ifl Catzmann stated that the governnieni 10 expected to rest its case Thursday. r" Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ,hey caMet J reach tl.c scat of the discaw. Cxurrh is blood or constitutional dii ie, and in order to cure it you must t3ke internal remedies. Hall's Cit.irrh Curo i- taken inUn.ilIy snd acts directly - i the blood and mucous surface. HaTa Catarrh Cure is n-t a quack medicine, it . .; prescribed by one of the bent physicians I I in this country for years, 3nd is a regular pre- H ciiption. It is comr-oscd of the best tonics Ira own, combined with the best btiMKl puri5erii BCtHlg directly en the mucous surfaces. The f-rfect combination of the two ingredients is j H .bar produces such wonderful reults in cur- 1 inc Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHEN EY & CO . Prop,., Toledo, 0. CTC11 by Drugvsiti price 75c Hall's l'amily Pills arc the best NOTHING j MYSTERIOUS ! si about H OPTIMO FLOUR (Hard Wheat) si Pure, Turkey Red Seed i m wheat, milled as Turkey : 5 Red should be milled. All we ask is for you to j try it ; the flour will do the j j rest. The best grocers sell it. u NafflBHRHBHRHH H KODAK I FINISHING Done Right. Prompt and Reasonable Rates. T. S. HUTCHISON Phone 1123 W. 306 25th St. . "NEVER-RIP" j) OVERALLS Made in Ogden by Ogden People John Scowcroft & Sons' Co. a. I h Vote For EDMUND T.HULANISKI ; To Be Nominated Candidate For COMMISSIONER Primary Election, Tuesday, October 21st, 1913. Jjj Slade's Transfer Phon 321. 408 26th Street We have the fargest van In the city. Quick service. Moving, chip ping and handling pianos. Proaipt freight deliveries. Furniture mo 7 Ing a specialty. Storage at reason tble rates. 1 t FIRST NATIONAL 5 ; BANK JF OGDEN, UTAH, i, U. S. DEOPSITARY W Capital : S 150,000.00 Undivided profits and surplus 350,000.00 Deposits 3,500.000.00 M. S, Browning, Pres.: L. R. Eccles, Vice Pres.; G. H. Tribe, Vlce Pres.; John Watson, Vice Pres.; John Plngree, Cashier; Jas. F. Burton, Asst. Cashier. t 9