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I : ' - THE' OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 3, 1913.
II I Buy your Christmas Presents before 1 1 they have all been picked over Let us show you what we carry J GEO. A. LOWE COMPANY I HEAVY ROADS STOP BUSH PARTY AUTOS j Boise, Ida.. Nov 12. Unusually heavy mountain ronds as the result of I recent rains preented President B F, Bush of the Western Pacific rail road and a part of Boise business Mi ., men together with engineers accom J ipanying bJra, to reach Boise tonight j on the last lap of thf Inspection trip over tho surveyed route of the Wlnne mucca Northern between Wlnnemuc I ca, Nev . and this city. The parts I remained at Jordan Valley tonight. and will be speeded into Boise tomor- I row. The party made the trip from Win I nemucca north to a point fifteen miles 1 south of Jordan Valley by auto, but I were then forced to abandon the ma I chines a.nd were taken by team to V ARROW i" COLLAR limit matt Qnl. 9kjjt C., Ic HtVm I Let the Test Be H Musical Results Your choice of a Player Piano should be deter- 1 mined SOLELY by the i Musical Results you ob- tain from it. I With the Flexitone l& Soloist Player Action ev- J ery musical result is pos- J sible. This action is in- j stalled in the following & High Grade Pianos : il CHICKERING & SONS, HAINES BROS., and I MARSHALL & WEN- DELL. ptJI Call and hear the Flexi I M tone Player Piano. f$ V J GLEN BROS. PIANO r-jjl 2470 HUDSON AVE. Reminder An early order for Christmas Pictures would be appreciated Call and see new styles. II THE TRIPP STUDIO 320', 25th 91 "The Photographer In Your Town." Ill I Jordan Valley today The seven fcU' ! tomobiles which left here yesterday for Jordan Valley to meet the party found the roads in bad shape. A long distance telephone from Jor dan Valley late tonight stated the trip to Boise would be made tomorrov without further delay Edgar L Marston of the banking house of Blair & Co., New York, in charge of the Gould railroad finan ces, did not make the Winneraucca trip. He will arrive here tomorrow by rail in his private car Tomorrow upon the arrival of President Bush the part will be taken over the Boise Valley electric lines and to Arrowrock GREEK ARRE8TED ON CHARGE OF ASSAULT Salt Lake. Nov 12 Andrew Pappaa a Greek. was arrested yecterday by Patrolman J. A. Egbert on a wsmo: charging battery on the person of (fer manos Papanagiotls a Greek priest Pappas it Is said, objects to the priest on general principles, and his objections are alleged to have cul minated in the attack because of the Intention of tho priest to use the Greek chapel for a marriage ceremony that he had been asked to perform The priest it U said. Is not anxious to remain In charge of the local par Ish In the face of opposition of some church members but may not leave for another field of labor until or dered to do so by his superiors In the meantime he performed two mar riage ceremonies in a local hotel cs terday. preferring not to risk an at tempt to use the chapel When hi appeared at police headquarters yea terday to ask Assistant City Attorney W. W Little for a complaint against Pappas, the face of the priest ap peared to have borne the brunt of the alleged attack oo OGDEN CITIZENS START SUBSCRIPTION LIST Bringing the lotal reward for the capture of the blackmailers who d : namited the home of Leroy Eccles on Sunday morning November 2 and who shot Dave Edwards, private de tective, on Sunday morning last, to 850O, two wealthy citizens, who have asked that their names be withheld from publication, posted 1000 with a local newspaper this evening to start a private citizens' fund We ber county commissioners appropria ted $1000 today and Ogden City of fered a similar amount, while the state reward offered by Governor Spry is $500, oo LAND CONTEST MAY COST COMPANY MANY THOUSANDS Salt Lake, Nov. 13 Accusations that David P. Lewis, former employ of the state land board and more re cently connected with the Knight In vestment company and the Spring alley Coal company of Provo. made U6e of confidence reposed In him by his employers and of information gained as an emploe of the land board to his own ends are made in an affidavit filed with tbe state land board by George A. Storrs, head of the coal company. Storrs made tho affidavit In support of hie application for the reinstatement of his applica tion for the purchase of forty acres of land In Spring canyon, as against the application of Lewis to purchase It frrtm ihf citato at J.1 ftfl an arra A supplemental affidavit alleging that the 8torre application had been permitted to expire by limitation be cause Attorney General A. R. Barnes had promised to advl6e the land board to reduce Us appraised valuation of tho land from $100 an ecre to $45 the government appraisement was also filed with the board yesterday. These affidavits, with answers by Lewis, charging that Storra and the i Spring Canyon Coal company were seeking to monopolize public lands in tbe vicinity of the Spring Canyon mines to the exclusion of private citi zens, were taken up by the state land board at its session yesterday and all parties interested were given a hearing. Read the Classified Ads. ' THREE MILES OF NEW THICK IS TO BE CONSTRUCTED The Bamberger line has a com plcte double track between Salt, Lake and Kaysvllle. with the exception of two short stretches which will not be double tracked until spring. Yes terday one-half mile more of the dou ble track was put Into operation and this leaves a total of three miles yet to be built before the entire twenty miles to Kaysvllle Is complete. Three miles of double track will be built out of Ogden, officials of the line say, as soon as tbe fills have been made at the new Bteel bridge over tbe We ber river. Steam shovels will be put to work at once, as all of the steel for tho bridge Is In place. There will not be any more new track laid this fall In the spring the double tracking of the system will be continued and tho officials of the road expect to havo the work com 4 pleted by summer The double track which will be built out of Ogden will only extend to Orchard until all of the work is completed Simon Bamberger was in Ogden yesterday looking over the new bridge and making arrangements for the be ginning of the laying of the second track out of that city AUSTRIANS ARRESTED; "SHOT UP TOWN," CHARGE Salt Lake, Nov 13. Shooting up Uie town" as a method of celebrat ing weddings among Austnans will no longer be tolerated in Salt Lake county by Sheriff Andrew Smith, Jr While: a number of Austrian were celebrating a wedding oarly yester day moralug in Garfield by shooting, the sheriff accompanied by Deputy Sheriff R. L Eddington and ten oth ers appeared on the scene. The ustrlar.s occupied five auto mcbiles Behind them drove the sheriff and In front was an automo bile earning deputies When a score of shots had been discharged the sheriff ordered the arrest of eight Austnans charged with violat ing the firearms law; They were : arraigned before Precinct Justice David Read. REVENUE OFFICE MAY STAY, BUT WH ALE Y FAVORS MOVE Butte, Mont . Nov 12 William C Whaley recently appointed internal revenue collector for the district of Montana, was in Butte today en route to Salt Lake to assume charge of the office there The transfer will take place next Monda morning, when E H CaHlster will turn over affairs to Mr. Whaley The revenue officers of Butte have received official notification of the transfer, and have been requested to send in all revenue stamps and a schedule of all government property In their possession by Friday, and to notify all who are accustomed to procure stamps to get a sufficient number to last until the transfer of the office is made Mr Whaley stated that he is not familiar with tho revenue service, and is entirely in the dark regarding pos sible changes in the force or tho lo cation of his office. He says thot if he can possibly have the lieadquar ters transferred from Salt Lake to Butte, he will do so, but is under the lmpreselon that no change will bo made for some time, if at all Mr Whale came to Butte from his home In Townsend Mont , and leaves tonight for Salt Lake to con sult with Mr Calllster before the formal transfer is made. oo JOSEPH F. SMITH'S BIRTHDAY IS TODAY Salt Lake, Nov 1" Joseph F Smith, president of the Mormon church, will celebrate the seventy fifth anniversary' of his birth with prominent members of the church of which he is the head in the Bishops building this evening. An informal program will be given by the mem bers of President Smith s family. To morrow evening the venerable bead of the dominant church of Utah will be the guest of the Genealogical so ciety at the home of Mrs A W Mc Cune of thlB city. oo GOVERNOR BOOSTS UTAH APPLE DAY Salt Lake, Nov 13 A rec ommendation was 'Bsued yes terday by Governor William Spry to the people of Utah, urging upon them the benefits that will come from a day set apart and annually observed as "Utah Apple. Day " Governor Spry In hl6 recommendation regarding the apple day, which has been set for November 18, explains that Utah ap ples are unexcelled In quality and constitute one of the most depend able of the horticultural crops of the state. Apples will be In evidence every where in Salt Lake City on the stated date, practically everyone having agreed to do his share toward con suming In legitimate ways as many applea ag possible in the one day The move thlB year has been to get the day started and to make it a part , of the life of the state. ThlB must j I be done at home, and those who aro , directing the movement have worked with that end. Utah residents are urged to observe t.he day, with the end In view that next year and in after years, the dav will grow until In time Utah Apple day WM ho oh' served in every nook and corner of the state. -voo SAYS ELECTION ISSUE WAS MISREPRESENTED Salt Lake. Nov. 13. William Met calf of Gunnison, defeated candidate for mayor on the Good Government ticket in that city at the recent elec tion, was in Salt Lake yesterday on business Mr Metcalf takes exception to re ports which ho declares have been spread by the opposite party the Citizens on the recent election He maintains that, contrary' to the state ment mad by tho leaders of the op position party, the "wet" and "dry" question was the real issue In the election. "In the special election held last June," declared Mr. Metcalf, the question submitted was whether Gun nleon should have a.saloon The voters at that time declared against the saloon The issue at the last election was exactly the same whether Gunnison phould have a 'wet' or 'dry council. The Citizens party however, endeavored to misrepresent the facta and by reason of this mis representation Induced many citizens to vote their ticket, which favored the saloon. "The reason why the Good Govern ment party was opposed to the sa loon was that they believed that with a 'dry' council In power, the practice of selling liquor illegally, w hich does exist in Gunnison to 6om ! extent, could be stopped. It is only In the hope of making clear the real facta concerning the election that I make this statement." -00 IDAHO CAR SHORTAGE MATERIALLY RELIEVED The car suortage in Idaho haa been relieved to some extent by the deliv ery of 500 refrigerator and box cars in that state bv the Oregon Short I Line, within the past forty eight hours. For two days now there has not been a telegram or a letter re ceived at the local officer, of the rail road company asking for cars In the (;cm state The railroad company yestenlaj gathered up sevenM empty box cars on the line and sent them to Twin Fall,-; and Idaho Falls to be j loaded with potatoes. I Over 20. cam of potatoes have I been transported out of Idaho in the past three days by the Oregon Short Line and toe official? expect to have 300 cars more of apples and potatoes on their way to the eastern markets by Saturday night. General Freight Agent I A Reeves sa s he does not look for any more complalnLs from Idaho in regard to lack of cars. GEORGE KNOCKS OUT CLARK IN SECOND Bingham. Nov 12. Two knockout! featured the doings at Canyon hall j tonight The more telling of the two j emphatic blows W3S the one that. Joe I Clarke stopped with his jaw. The blow was fastened to the end of "Kid' George's right glove and was I delivered In the second round of their jba'tle here tonight The other knock out befell "Texas Wildcat'' when ITCHED AND BURNED TERRIBLY Blotches on Neck and Shoulders, Also on Face, Rough and Scaly, Lost Much Sleep, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Proved PerfectCure, Pryden. Ore. "My untma hui hy forming 6mall blotches ovr my nrrlt and lioulders, also on my faro and later beouno jggSr. rough and acaly. First It asvS QPtear' 'n blot-Then, ;hon ftp ,-. it camo in pimples and P lastly It appeared in a sort i J of a raab It itched and yfV J turned so terribly that I f Vy A scratched It and made sore y VjV My clothing Irritated my v-Tyj x body. The eczema dis figured my facei very muctx and itcJied so that I lost much aleop and couldn't work while it lasted. "I used many modlrinee but none of them took any effect. Tho disrate la-itod nearly two months before I us-jd Cutlcora Soap and Ointment, I first washed with tho Ou tlcura Soap, tbon applied tho Cutlcura Ointment to tho parts affected. Tha Cutl cura. Soap and Ointment gavo me much relief within two weeka and they proved a perfect euro In a month. " (Signed) J. C. Corlett, Nov. 10, 1913 For red, rough, chapped and bleeding' hand.:, Itcbixyj, burning palm.", and painful linger -ends with shapeless nails, a ono-nij?ht Cuticura treatment works wonders. Soak hands, on retiring, in hot water and Cuticura Soap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Olntmont and wear soft bandagea or old, loos gloves during the night. Cuticura Soap and Oint ment sold overywhere Saniplo of each mailed free with 82-p. 8kin Book Addrea post-jrd "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston." "Mon who shave and shampoo with Cu ticuraSoap mil fljd it best for.skiu and scalp. QUALITY has attracted millions of smokers k to MECCA the price is incidental. it" MECCA is a marvelous blend US off the finest types off tobacco $ grown in the world. No sweeter, milder, mellowerT more satisfying cigarette than MECCA has ever been produced. The new, oval foil package off . j 20 for 10c keeps the oiga- S rettes fresh and this package also grows smaller in the pocket as the cigarettes are smoked, j fS teep Don't let the price keep you from trying MECCA and learn- w ing the quality that gives "Per- -l feet Satisfaction.", 1 ' Turkish Blend uu CIGARETTES 3 In the new foil package ? Good 20 for 10c "Z. -- A SO s MM(fjaiwrtMsvMWMM(aa9 irefs Pern Lewis knocked him out in the first round of what was to have been a Hix-innlnR go. George and Clarke were to have hooked up for twenty rounds. Both men weighed In at 1S8 pounds this af ternoon This evening Clarke was made faorlle, In Uie betting, probablj becntife he is very popular In Bing ham In the firs' round George took thine eaay, evidently testing the I strenpth and 6kill of his opponent. Clark need his right vlgorouslj, but George dodged successfully. In the second round George became the aggressor Clarke tried to land With hiH right, but presently he got j a left in the wind and a moment later George swung a right to the Jaw ! and It was all over with Clarke. The first preliminary was between Pan Groes and "Kid' McDonald of, Upper Bingham It was at three rounds Jto a draw. Perry Lewis and (he "Texas "Wild cat were down for six rounds, but! the bohcat went out in the first The the bobcat went out In the first. oo FRACAS MAY MAR FOUNDERS' PARADE Salt Lake. Nov. 13 A clash of stu dents during the Founders' day par ade of the L D. S U students Fri day is expected by authorities of both schools. Expectations of this nature are not based on experiences of previous parades held In celebra tion of the founding of Uie Mormon church Institutions It merely Is based on current rumors Reports from the nigh school were that the students there were planning to heave stAle eggs cabbages of more or less age and stages of deterlora tlon, ink wells and similar missiles at the paraders This reception will be len. it was said, when the L. D. S I students pay their annual istt to the Salt Lake High campus Reason for this discourteous greet ing Is said lo be the announced In tention of the L D. S U Btudents to wear varicolored garments the colors being those of the respective 'asses. This color scheme will largely be confined to ribbons and arm bands, but in some Instances the students Intend to wear coats of much brilliancy and also headgear made of doth of the class colors When news of the intended on slaught reached thf L. D S U som of those provided with the "coats of many colors' balked somewhat at car rying out the original scheme, but the school leaders are said to have brought all the weak hearted ones into line. Th matter may be dls cussed at the meetings ol the L. D. S. U, classes this morning. uo POLITICS FIGURED IN DISMISSAL OF MATRON, Salt Lake, Nov. 13 Because shl voted in accordance with her views, which did not conform to the wishes of the chief of police, is said to b the cause of the sudden dismissal of Mrs. Zella Glfford as matron at the city Jail FTiends of the former mat ron asserted yesterdaj that the dis missal was tho direct result of a statement made by Mrs Giffortf in the presence of the chief of police to tho nffect thar she had voted for I Heber M Wells and W H. Shearman at the recent election Mrs. Glfford was dismissed from the service Monday on the recom mendation of the chief of police The only explanation offered by the chief to the public or to Mrs. Glfford her self was that the move was "for the good of the serlce." Friends of Mrs Gifford assert that the chief of police was interested In Uie elecUon of other candidates than i - B Shearman and Wells, and felt that i " be was being antagonized by Mrs. Glfford voting for candidates whom he opposed. The activity of friendi Pfcoi of Mr' Glfford, In supporting the ! candidacy of Wells and Shearman 1 HOUS also said to have Influenced the chief fog. In his decision to dispense with th services of Mrs. Glfford. u rusn Another big Eagle dance, Saturday night, Nov. 15. no nspec INTERNATIONAL MANEUVERS. Peking, Nov 13, Maneuvers in which 7000 combined American, Brit ish, Japanese. German, French and Russian troops were engaged have i been executed at Tien Tain A Jay- anese officer Major General Sato, i (pies was director and umpire He wai jjoo assisted by an officer of each nt- s tlonality. hak. SPECIAL RATE to w" . SPOKANE, WASH. ?5 account y 0BI NATIONAL APPLE SHOW Qm .. On November 14, 15 and 16, Round y" Trip Fare of $35 45 will bo in effect from Ogden to Spokane, via Oregon - Short Line, tickets bearing return limit of November 30th. HIT City Ticket Office, 2514 Washington oo 0UGH Read the Classified Ads. - tTE BAGS of every description Oat, Barley and Wheat, Jj- new and second hand. Get prices. J 2 THOS. FARR & CO. Km 2270 Wash. Ave. 11 lm ( SCOOP IS NOT LOOKING FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES l ill 4rlP V T I fTJS rV0O COME, OVJR, Vo MY OFRCeL-1 rl Jtf.t mm Pa -'-ffeo vtwat,son!J AM ELECTRO NEEDLE-LEAVE- "' Zii M KM m