Newspaper Page Text
6 THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDENUTAH, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1913.
: . I OUTING FLANNELS FOR COMFORT Gowns for ladies. 60c, 76c, $1.00, $1.25and $1.50, I Pajamas for ladle .. Gowns for children Wc' c Pajamas for children 1""m2 OntlnR Skirts for ladlM 36c to ' Outing Skirls for children 35c t0 400 Dr Denton' Sleeping Garments for Children. Just the garment for the sleeping porch. THE M.M. WYKES CO. STANDARD TELEPHONES For Editorial, Nowa and Soclaty Department, Call Only Phont No. 421. For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 56. RANDOM REFERENCES Adrertlsers must nay ttieir copy ready for the E-venlnr Standard the evening before 'ho day on rhich .ha advertisement Is to appear tn order to nsnro publication From Washington W .1 Mangam, of the lauds department of the for eat service at Washington D C, Is in the city for a few day German Ladiea' Aid Society Rum mage Sale. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday 35S 24th St Croft Estate In the (state of final settlement ha? been issued by the district court Mr Croft wa9 elec trocuted in this city about three years mo while atending to wire work on p l,or for the Roek Mountain Bell Telephone company. Ola papers tor eale at the Standanl Off)?:-, 25o per hundred Condemnation Suit The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph com pany has commenced two condemna tion suits in the district court to gain poBStseion of certain tracts of land over which the company seeks a right of way for the costruc-tion of a telephone line One suit is against George A. Bradshaw the other against .lames Barker. Big Bar cairn at th i PresbMerlan Rummige Sale Frlda and Saturday of this week Grant avenue near 24th street. 3t Auto Taken "Joy Riders" mad away with Dr. W, E Whalen's gra roadster last evening as the physl c'an was i6ltlng In the Weber club. The police were notified but It was not until early this morning that the automobile was found across the viaduct near the western limits of the city. The physician's medicine caee was still In the front untouched Mormon and all other church publi cations at Bramwell's. Recover Goods The police have n-covered some of the furnishings stolen Sunday morning from No. 10 In Electric alley. Visits to the vari ous second-hand stores resulted in the locating of nig, carpets, blan kets and other furnishings. Presbyterian Rummage Sale- Fri day ana sauiraay, uciooer :in ana 25th Grant avenue near 24th St Leaves With Body Brakeman Amlel Scherrer left yesterday for Il linois with the body of Brakeman Behring who died suddenly of abscess of tie brain Mr Behring will be bu. ried at his old home. Cal 421 for the news, Mltorlal an oclety departments of the Standard. Football By the score of 43 to 13 the North Junior High school de feated the Lewis Junior high school In a game of football played at Glen wood park yesterday afternoon. The game was for the Bub-high school championship Flrst-Clast Auto Service Call up Elite Cafe. Phone 72. B ram well carries everything In Books, Stationery and Office Supplies. Girls Escape Pearl Altman and Beatrice Nipping, both aged 17 years, escaped from the girls' dormitory of the State Industrial school after the nipper hour last night and had not been captured this morning. Parents of Charlotte Braemer, 464 Warren Lane reported to the police last night that the daughter was missing. She is of the same age as the two from the Industrial school G W Tripp, the Photographer la your town. 320 25th St. If B & G Butter doesn't suit you, you're beyond pleasing Boys Kill Wildcat Two boys, Irv ing Gosnell, 2550 Van. Buren, and CorBtlan Fisher, 2636 Harrison ave nue, yesterday killed a wildcat In Strong's canyon southeast of the city. The animal was brought down ORPHEUM TONIGHT And Wednesday Night Only Two More Shows of THE MERRY MINSTREL MAIDS The Girl Show that is ! different at prices that are different. H ; 10c 20c 30c I with a 22 caJlbrc rifle, two shots being required. Application for the ?1.60 bounty has been made and the boys expect to gal a similar amount I for the pelt. Divorce Granted In the case of William Stone against Mabel Stone a decree of divorce has been Issued New Residence Mrs H. W Todd Is building a residence on Twenty third street that will cost about $1800 Too Much Election The board of city commissioners met this morn ing only to adjourn without attend ing to business. The mayor stated that there was too much election business on hand to get down to city affairs. Marriage Licenses Marriage li censes have been Issued to De Alton Htyward and Violet Jean Jonc6 of Los Angeles, Cal ; R Earl Randall and Amelia Rasmuason of Ogden, hdward A Olsen, Jr., and Diana Mav Brown of Ogden; Charles Parsons of Smoot and Fay Dial of Wlllard and to George W. Hill or South Weber end Ramona A Wbitesidee of Lay ton. Sues For $1000 Mrs P C. Munsee has commenced 6uit In the district court, against C C, Herrington to re cover $1000 alleged to be due for certain cattle and horses claimed to have been sold to the defendant by the plaintiff April 8 1911, New Home C. G Johnson, 1954 Steele avenue is building a five-room residence for Hyrum psen at Wll lard Change In Time It was rumored , today In mall circles that when the 1 new Southern Pacific time card goes Irto effect November 2, Southern ' Pacific train No. 10 will arrive In Ogden at 11 p. m.. Instead of in the morning as now. Elective Studies Superintendent 1 M. Mills i6 preparing a report on the success of the elective system in the Ogden high school which he will present to the board of education at. the next, meeting Superintendent MjIIs declare that there is no ex cuse under the present system for students not obtaining what studies they desire and for which thev are fitted School Fair The fair at the high school will continue throughout the week and the members of the school board deMro to 6ee the parents visit the exhibits. Fast Steamship Pan) Beemor, city ticket and passenger agent for the Union Pacific system, has received a clipping from New York telling of the remarkable time made by the Luai tanla In a recent trip Tbe trip across the Atlantic was made in four dayB, 18 hours and fi4 minutes Will 8top at Queenttown The Unl on raciilG otrice nas received advice to the effect that all Citoard vessels will stop at Queenston with the ex ception of the Lusitania and Maurcta nla. City Schools Superintendent J. M. Mills of the city schools states that the vacant rooms at the Lewis school will remain unoccupied until mid year and that the congestion at the Madison cannot be relieved by send ing children out of that district ? the Lewis. on CASHIER OF SANK HAS BEEN IN SERIOUS CONDITION John Pingree, cashier of tb First National bank, has been so seriously 111 for a week past In Chicago that for a time he was not expected to live, but today a reassuring message was received by hl6 father, announc ing rapid recovery' Mr. Pingree is suffering of pto maine poisoning caused by eating lobster salad LXJ BREAKFAST SERVED AT THE WEBER ACADEMY To gain parctical experience, the young ladies of the third -year cook ing class of th Weher academy un der the direction of Mi6s Pearl Cra gun, the Instructor, this morning pre pared and served a breakfast before school time. Beside the 30 members of the class, the morning meal was enjoyed by the gentlemen of the fa culty who partook a6 the guest of the class By 8:30 o'clock, all the students had completed their work and were ready for school. In order to prepare the meal for 6 45 o'clock, the instructor and stu dents met at the school at 6 o'clock and the excellent menu was ready for ail to be seated at the table at the appointed time The menu consisted of a fruited ap petizer, puffed rice with cream and sugar, hot rolls. flBh cutlets with tomato sauce and French fried pota toes; graham gems, hot chocolate and grape tarta The invitations of the young ladles to the guests were written in poetry and tbe acceptances from the faculty were alBo in verse. The reading of the humorous bits during the break fast was an enjoyable feature oo , I Read the Classified Ads. HEAVY VOTE BEING CAST AT THE PRIMARIES . Today has been Ideal for election and many are voluntarily going to the pells. It Is said that there are fewer voters today waiting for rigs to con vey them to the voting booths than ever before in the history' of elec tions In Ogden. The politicians say there arc two principal reasons for It, one that the day !b perfect as to weather conditions and the people desire to bask In the sunshine and the others is that the election Is more nearly non partisan than before nr there are fewer conveyances In the field and the voters are imbued wlih the Idea that they should ex ercise their elective franchise. The vote was slow during the fore noon there being only about 1000 C8i at 1 o'clock. At three o'clock however. 22S8 votes had been cast and there were many people at the polling places waiting their turns to enter the booths The busy political place Is Fell headquarters and Man ager Cook says the work of getting people to the polls Is progressing smoothly lndlidual candidates have workers In the field and a large num ber of automobiles and other vehicles ore busy It is estimated that there will be 5000 votes cast during the day Following was the vote at 3 o'clock First district 138 Second district 110 Third district 107 Fourth district 110 F.fth district 170 Sixth district 95 Seenth district 41 Eighth district 180 Ninth district ?y 'If nth district &6 Eleventh district 145 Twelfth district 125 Thirteenth district 202 Fourteenth district 1.4" Fifteenth district "121 Sixteenth district 212 Seventeenth district 163 Total 2288 oo NOTICE All members of Utah ("(imp No 1990 Modern Woodmen of America, arc re quested to be present Tuesday eve ning to discuss the matter of meet lng every week Smoker and enter tainment. J H SHFER Clerk oo POLL TAXES All poll tax for 1913 should be paid at once as I am prpparlnR to sue de linquents Pay at treasurers office City Hall, or at the residence of A G. Harris. Poll Tax Collector, 2342 Adams. Phone 2.V.-W Society ANNUAL MEETING. The young ladleB Sodality of Chil dren of Mar of St. Joseph's church held their annual meeting for the elec tlon of officers Sunday. The retiring officers are Miss Mar guerite McNulty, president. Miss Ella O'Neill, vice president; Miss Rose Blel. treasurer, and Miss Mabel Krause secretary. These young la dies received a cordial vote of thanks and the felicitations of the society on a very successful year The officers elected for the ensuing year are: Miss Florence Maginnia, president, Miss Tressa O'Connor, vice president; Miss Genevieve McNulty, treasurer, and Miss Monica Miller, 6ec retary. The meeting was largely attended and very enthusiastic The society haB planned an Interesting schedule of business and of social affairs for the coming winter. SPECIAL MEETING. Tomorrow afternoon at 2 30 o'clock a special meeting of the Christian Link Circle will be held with Mrs T R Tisdale, 148 Poplar avenue, as hostess Sewing and other prepara tions for a bazaar will take up most of the afternoon when Mrs TiBdale will serve a luncheon. HAYWARD-JONES WEDDING. At 12.30 this afternoon In the pres ence of witnesses onlv, DeAlton Hay ward of Los Angeles. Cal . and Violet Jean Jones of Pueblo, Colo., were uni ted In holy matrimony by the Re H D. Zimmerman of the First Baptist church. The bride and groom met in the city and were married at the above hour. Mr. and Mrs Hay ward will reside In Pocatello Ida , where the groom has his headquarters, being In the Insurance business for railroad men Best wishes follow them. -oo MUNICIPAL COURT The following suits have been filed in the municipal court Ogden Commission Co. vs Roodroo koa Bros.; suit. J150. Anton Boodrookos vs Ogden Com mission Co., suiL 121.18. Steele & Pickett vs. F D Vaught, suit. 16 43 Utah &. Uregon Lumber Co. vs. Rich ard B. Young; suit. $15.40. oo DUEL CALLED OFF Paris. Oct. 21 The proposed duel between General Georges Fldreutln and General Bosc the two septuage narian retired French officers was abandoned, today after Fiorentin staled that there was nothing per sonal In the- acts at which Bosc took offense uw AGED EX -GOVERNOR DEAD Topeka. Kau., Oct. 21. General Samuel T Crawford, third governor cf Kansas, famous as an Indian fight -er, died at the home of his daugh ter. Mrs. Arthur Capper here today, at the age of 78, THIRTY MEN TAKE ! POSSESSION OF A i FREIGHTS! Following a complaint of an Oregon j Short Line frigjit crew to Assistant I Superintendent (), B Chalmers this l morning that a gang of 3u or more Industrial Workers of the World were riding on a train from Butte and that they had refused to leae the freight whu ordered to do so by the crew, the local police and deputies of the sheriff's office went to the "jungles" northwest of the city at noon today and arrested 24 of the I W. W. after they had left the freight for their noonday meal. Tbe men were transported to the city and county jails in the police auto. They were not obstreperous but sang their anthems while making the ride According to information given by members of the gang, the party was on the way to Salt Lake from Butte. It is understood that several other "regiments" are on the road to be in Salt Lake for some rousing meet ings planned there. At 3 o'clock this afternoon no charges had been placed against the "Worken " They were being held In the office of the city jail and Id the sheriff's offce where they made themselves comfortable on their bd ding while demanding something to eat. Thejj' claimed they had been arrested, just a6 they were preparing for a "mulligan." The train crew had the first trou ble with thp gang near Pocatello Parly this morning When the men In large numbers were found In some of the cars, the crew In a body demanded that they climb from the tra'n Instead of leaving, the fellows laughed at the crew and told them to go on and mind their business The trainmen did. Thv tplecranhert tn Asf-istant Superintendent Chalmers In Salt Lake and Chalmers In turn notified the police and sheriff In Og den The police of the morning and al ternoon for es were told to report Sheriff UcVino gathered his deputies It was planned to have the rreighe train run directly Into the clt. giving the officers a better opportunit j capturing the "army " Instead the train stopped near the water tnnk In the northwest part of the cit when the free riders left the train and made tamp The officers who came to Hi scene; in the police patrol and sheriff's auto mobile had no trouble in locating the men. but at the first sisht of the offl cers the men began to run A tevt shots In the air however, stopped the stampede When the men were told they were under arrest, they climbcu into the automobiles Just what to do with so many men of this class Is puzzling the police They do not believe the men will work on the chain gang and it was reporl ed that the fellows declared that I? , they were not released that friends j coming to the Salt Lake conference ol the 1. W W would Btop Ofl here and blow up the jail it is also reported that the secrela ' r of one branch of the organization 12 j in Ogden and will manage tho uc 2 campaign of the I W w HARBERISON AND AN MEET FRIDAY The wrestling match between Jack Harbertson and Steve Jordan, tin husky brother of the world's cham pion, will be held Friday evening in the Lyceum theater The place will be put in first class order to accom modate the crowd Steven Jordan comes west bring ing with him a favorable reputation as a wrestler Hie style is said to be similar to that of his brother with whom he has been associate) as a training partner Harbertson has been working out with his trainers for several days and has rounded out Into excellent conditions 00 GETTING READY FOR SEASON'S BIG GAME Captain Gilchrist. Under the able direction of Cap- ' tain Gilchrist, and backed up bv Coach J A. Reilly. w-ho played half back at New Haven two years ago, I the midshipmen of Uncle Sam's , naval academy are beingr P'J through I their practice frames in preparation j ! for the big game with their gridiron I ' enemies of Uncle Sam's military J 1 academy. Gilchrist is a third-year man and plays right end on the navy 1 I team. t Throngs of happy buyers are sav ing money at the Harvest Sale. Join them tomorrow. Wrights' NEW BASEBALL CLIMAX NEEBED Magnates Seek Substitute for World Series That Will Cause Less Jealousy. jSEASON'S WINNERS Other Sports Occupying Fore ground Yachtmen Prepare to Spend Half a Million. w ork, October 21 Another baseball season has closed and onl) th records ramaJn nror laim rhr prowess of player and club in Am erica's national sport Considered broadly, 1913 produced play fully up to the Standard of preiou.s years, but ino appreciable stop forward could be detected The game appeared to hold It - own In popularity, speed and tech nique, hut did noi surpass tlv re-nrd of r'-c'nt seasons in this respect The world's series, with its attend ani ticket scandals, scrambling and bickerings, created the usual Interest but did little or nothing to advance professional baseball or elevate the plan" ot the sport In fact many of the cleverest of the club owners and leagi:e officials are beglniilnc to doubt the wisdom of the post-season climax In its present form. The play off for the world s championship un der the present system Is felt to hold a menace of more or less ?rayit to the future of baseball by some Of the best informed men connected with the game. The idea of a sportsmanlike series of contests to decide the title honors of the yeai is apparently lost in the wild scramble for tho enormous ?ntc receipts of the attendant side emolh ments t li :i t accrue 'o players and lub owners. Those slockhdldl rs whoso teams do not sbare in the distribution of tho nrizf mono ! vv w i t h chacrln jtbe division of mnnv thousands of dot lars ainoni; the more fortunate. Fan; who are unable to secure seats for the games rail at the coupon distrl .butinp oll(Ies of the competing club? and all in all there is more dissatis faction at the 1 lose 01 the season than Ydution All this has been lrou?ht home vividly to the National Commission and the magnates of both the National and American leagi.es and there is a mivprr.ent on foot to d'scover a sub- .titut- limax that will leave less jealousy and heartburning than at Present. What is particularly deslr ed ia form of Interleague series thai Will permit all clubs and players to participate In the financial benefits I and the Tans of many cities to enjo" the spectacle without l?ing obliged 10 stand In line twenty four hours or n&3 ticket speculators fabulous prkc?. for a two dollar seal coupon A resume of tli season -s plaj finds the- following club?, winner of the world s series and the various major land minor league pennants: Philadelphia Athletics, National leacup, Nev, York American leafrue, Philadelphia International league, Newark American association. Mil waukee. Fe leral leatnie Indlaanpolls; ! Ohio Stalt lHHtriifv Charleston Ne- Ibraska league Kearney Wisconsin Illinois league, Oshkosh Western Trl 'State league, Walla Walla, first sea son; Boise, second season: Indiana Illinois Iowa league, Quincy, Michigan State league, Manistee. T'nion asso ciation, Great Falls: Appalachian league fohnson City, first season; Knoxville, second season; Ylipinia S ate league, Petersburg: Texas lcuTue, Houston Nw Rncland lea gtie. Lowell: New York State league, Binghampton. South Michigan league, Battle Creek Twin State league. Northampton ; Kentuckj -Indiana-Tennessee league. Paducah Southern league, Atlanta; Eastern association. Hartford. Central league. Grand Rap Ids; New York New Jersey league, 1 on? Branch. North Carolina league, Winston; Trl-State leasrue, Wilming ton: Empire State league Vnldosta, fli-si season: Thomnsville second sea son; Texas-Oklahoma league, Don nlson, (Canadian league, Ottawa t Cen ural association, OUumwa; South At. lantlc league. Savannah, first season; Savannah, second season. Northern league, Winona; Georgia-Alabama leajrue. Gadsden; Interstate league, Erie, Cotton States league, Jackson. Whll British and American yachts men are preparing to spend half a million dollars to win or retain pos session of the Ame-iica's cup, the old schooner that captured the trophy, originally known as the Queen's cup, 'floats In the sluggish tide of Point Channel, beside the South Station In Boston. The America Is owned by former Congressman BmJer Ames of Lowell, who inherited her from hla grandfather, Gen. Benjamin F. Blit her. Every schoolboy knows that after her famous exploit in English waters, the America became a Confederate j blockade runner under the name 'Memphis'' and was scuttled In the I St Johns river, Florida, during the I war The federal government raised 'her, and subsequently General But- I lor i.urr h r oH ihn lsA -nrM C!h Koa been re-planked several times, and her interior fittings, including many of her frames, havp been renewed, but her model is practically the same that lames Steers designed fi2 vears ago. Thp Vmerlca was last In commis sion in lfifM, when she swung for sev eral davs Inside the Horse Shoe at Sandy Hook at the time of Sir Thomas Upton's second cup lifting attempt with Shamrock II on one side and Columbia on the othr Before leav In? for Europe last month. Colonel rnos was asked regarding the future plans for the America, the suggestion beinir made that she he refitted with a gasoline engine. He stated, how ever, that yhile he ml-lit j-lacc the boat in commission again in 1914 he did not believe that he would give I her any other power except her sails. 1 housands ot persons pass the old -chooner every day. Iut as the great lor part of the commuter tide leaves and enters the doors on the opposite side of the station, very few person9 noiie 'he trim whitr yacht with her ho sed-over deck moored In Fort Point Channel, just ,iiio the Sum mer street bridge Only the yachts Imcri recognises and salutes the fam ous and original winner of the cup which has become the most desired and ereptes' inli.in.nion.il tnnrl in,. phy in the world W ilh the prospects none too fav orable for a successful quest for the Davis Crf? in 1?H. English lawn tennis authorities are lamenting the lack of young first flight racquet wielders. It is r-'uteel out that the standard 01 English court plaj re '111:11ns slatiomm while ihat of other tennis playing nations continues to improve High ranking players be It ween twenty and twenty-five years of a?e are almost unknown In Eng ' land. The various national and sec nonal title holdeis are players well I advanced 111 years and cannot be e pected o increase either in ability) or physical power Hope Crisp, the former Cambridge University tennis team captain, appears to !,- th most promising of the youhger players, al though he is nearer ihirtv than twen ty. JOHNSONS ARE DIVORCED Provo. Oct. 20 Margaret Johnson of Tucker has been granted a di yorcc from William Johnson on the ground of failure to provide. Plaln t'tf's maiden name, Margaret Em-EUi-rton, was restored. The parties were married at Salt Lake City, Jan uary 1G. 1912, ' 00 JENSEN CREAMERY CO. IS MADE DEFENDANT Boi6e, Ida., Oct 20 Farmers In southern Idaho are interested in three complaint! filed here today bv Pure Food Commissioner I H Wallis against the Jensen Creamery company Ol Salt Lake charging the company Aith defrauding farmers last August in the testing of cream for butter fat The complaining witness is the Bols? Cooperative Creamery' company of Ada county. At the instance of fanners a la-r was enacted by the last legislature making mandatory the use of the Bab c ock test in testing cream. By the use of this test the farniera alleged they were being defrauded, as It test ed 2". per rent butter fat. whn Jen I son yvas allowing them only $23 per I cent, they claimed. Thie will be the first teat of the new law hi tb o "That Is the f lrt I ve heard of matter," said W V Jensen, preeldaot of the Jensen Creamery compear "and It la peculiar that the chari should bo backed by the Boise 00a pany. a competitor. "What the merits of the casa are I do not know. We are not In toucfc wtth the Idaho situation, except u general officers Our manager In Idaho ha complete charge. If y, work 1 not satisfactory, of course w know what to do We have 300 men working for us in the western ttatet, and of course there Is always chance that some one may do wrong In that caBe, we know the remedy." -on KILLED AT FOOTBALL Vermillion, S. D., Oct 31. Muee lUS Dunlap, a 13-year-old school boy was almost instantly killed while play ing football today. ACCEPT PEACE TREATY San Domingo, Domician Republic Oct 21 The Domician rebelB at Puerto Plata today agreed to accept the conditions of the treaty of peace which was arranged some time ago through the efforts or James M Sul livan, American minister to the Dom ician republic Hostilities hsve ceased. 00 PORTFOLIO FOR WILLIAMS Washington. Oct. 21 George Fred 1 Williams of Boston has been selected b; President Wilson for minister to j Greece. 00 TODAY IN CONGRESS Washington Oct. 21 Senate Mel at noon. Leaders on both sides as- j ciled lack of attendance. Ranking j committee continued hearings House Mpi at noon Republican j Leader Mann reiuoed to consent to a rr ess while the senate works on the J i(iirrenc bill Adjourned at 1:03 p. m., until noon tomorrow. uu PRIESTS MEET IN BOSTON. Boston. Oct. 21. A meeting of thai Belgian and Holland priests associa- j tion opened today's program at '.1? Catholic missionary congress It was I followed by a homo mis-ion - -ssion it which Archbishop Ci vstle of Oregon presided lor trie aft-; 1 mon .in imuiM rat'on session was arranged. FOOTBALL STAR KILLED Worcester Mass. Oil 21. Williaaim B Parker of Harrington Me. a Uni-fl versity or Maine football star, was! inatantK killed toda in n street rall-1 waj transformer station when 13,000 M volts of electricity passed through hiftfl body from s feed wire Glove Economy Proof of the fact that "Quality H Pays" is found in the absolute B satisfaction expressed by all who H Centemeri Gloves V Centemeri QualU' gviarsnteM j lervicr; ( heapest in the end, be- j j c-iu;-c they 'ast longest iVc invite -pecial attention to 1 c r THREE-CLAbP "r'LO- : - hi h it wearing quali- H ties and di inctie appearance can not be equalled in any glove I at a popular price. All fashion- I able shades. HURTS' jtf I at 1 Five Points 11 35c PER COUPLF If li EXTRA LADIES 10c. j Wednesdays and Fridays I I NEW FLOOR, GOOD ORCHESTRA, NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC L i The building has just been re-built and remodeled, making it the best venti- I j lated and most sanitary hall in this city. :j Hall for rent for private parties, jg Phone