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EIGHTEEN PAGES 6 SSS Vg&LJ n 1 FEARLESS, INDEPENDENT, PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER. f Tty thlrd Year-No. 289-Pnce Five Cent OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1913. Enters a. Second-clas. Matter at th. Peetefflcs. Ogd.n Utah. I Lopez, Mexican Bandit, Kills Three More of His Pursuers . MEN WERE IN BINGHAM MINE ; WHEN SHOT DOWN BY FUGITIVE Salt Lake City, Nov. 29. Ralph Lopez, Mexican bandit, r Iwho murdered four men last week, today shot and killed Dr. ID. H. Ray, Deputy Sheriff Hulsey and an unnamed man in a mine tunnel near Bingham. They were members of a posse, j I Salt Lake City, Nov. 29 Lopez, killed four men last week. He hot and probably killed two deputy sher iffs in a bittle In ihe underground workings of the Utah-Apex mine near 5 Bingham today The men who were hot are believed to be Deputy Hul sey and Deputy Mandnch It was k t first reported that Dr. D. H Ray I had also been killed but he is sup- I posed to have escaped Injury. The guards had entered the Apex mine and had reached the 300-foot level when they decided to ascend I through the Andy Incline to the I Minnie mine. They had proceeded only a short distance when they were fired on. The Mexican was secreted at a point, j well up the incline, and, with deadly aim, cut down the two men who were in the lead Dr Rav escaned I by being protected by one of the I jlaln men Just ahead of him Rolling down the incline to the Apex tunnel, Dr Ray managed to get L away and he hurriedly made his es cape to convey word to the twenty fc. or more armed guards outside. j As soon as the startling news spread 'Js the posse hastened to Increase the . sulpl'ur fumes that were being sent t- Into the Minnie tunnel In order to pre I BfVent the bandit entering that part of ! the m ne and to keep him In the In I K ellne. More armed men were rushed Into I the Apex tunnel to the 300foot level. I The inside forces will prevent Lo- pez's escape from the Andy incline y and the clouda of smoke will do most effective service in the Minnie tunnel. The men who were shot down are till In the incline and none of the 3 posse dare enter to learn wnetner 1 they sre dead, but Dr Ray Is of the opin on that they were fatally wound There Is tremendous excitement in Bingham. Hundreds of people have gathered near the surface of the mmes but are I being kept at a safe distance by 50 heavily armed guards DougUs Hulsey. who is one of the m latest victims, was In the original ti posse that started out from Pelican Point after Lopez had killed Chief I BFGrant and Deputies Wltbeck and Jcn I sen I Tne men who were shot were left T In the mine by their comrades togeth l ! er with two Austrians. who are un- Injured but who have been cut off r i from escape. Immediately after the ft i shooting a posse of 50 was organized ft I with the intention of storming the " f mine and fighting with the Mexican flj desperado. The underground battle was the re r ; 6ult of several deputies penetrating i- one of the mine entrances 900 feet I and lighting a smudge with the inten- B tlon of 6moking Lopez out As soon I it a match was struck, Lopez opened I Ore. DARING HOLDUP , i I W New York. X Y . Nov 20 - Three ' g i. robbers .un ii-.l a diirlng holdup of I I Ban automobile party earl) today, '.ik K iDg in .ii ;inJ jewelry worth $"0nu I from i i. un Koromus, president cf i III I. ltl" ,"'r,"''n L:''' I ! -u r. ii i . company, 1 Ik young woman companion, and a H youiiM h hi 1 I I The masked men jumped from un Bier brush beside the Pelbani Park wa, in',. i tn-' r.T.c of an automobile collision, In which four persons were 9 1 killed early ihis week, and by using their revolvers, they brought the mo W torinc party to a stop Doremus was fP I beaten over the head ;mhI (nr"'d to t hand n--r unti ii nn ! incut" The 00 youtic woman whose Identil waa not H revealed, fainted as the robbers lore fT' i lo valuable ring? irom her b&ndfl MEXICAN AGENTS ! mmm fids pffH1 Cannot Be Floated in I Belgium Situation Is pl Too Uncertain. "fAlHfc. Lel.. Nov . .".i .kxb ai. aRents ' II ' ir- fckbiK loans here. It Is un ff B that Luis de la Barn tiu o I it Wtfi-- H AS In London ol the Uex- iean go eminent, has entered Into ne gotlations for advances, but has not been very successful The Philllpson bank which is be bind the Secondary Railroads compa ny, whose concession for 3.200 miles of railroads le pending before the Me I. ,in congress Is eonsidered as the conci rn most likely to make a loan to l rovisional President Huerta's admlu Istration. F M Bhilippson, bowel er, told The Assoelated Press today that a Mexican loan eould not now be floated In Belgium as the situation was too uneertaln Anarchy In Mexico Iari6, Nov 89. The Paris Temps today prints a vigorous editorial on the "anarchy in Mexico " The news paper. In concluding the article, says in i lit" ji fai'iu f yji u-4i.iii ui-aiiui- I lion and ruin the moment appears to have been reached when humanity and general Interest commands all the powers to take concerted action with the United States to compel all parlies in Mexko to laj down their arms and bring an end to the inloler able situation ' Mexico City, Nov 'J9 Adherents of the rebel leader. Zapata, fired on B passenger train today near AJusce. a town a few miles south of Mexico (. its The casualties were InlUffl eient. The rebel hand was one of the small scouting parties which again have begun to appear in the federal district. Querido Boheno, the foreign min ister, has gone on u trip to Vera Cruz, according to an unconfirmed re port today It is said that his prin cipal object is to confer with John I Lind, personal representative of I President Wilson. TWO OFFICERS ONDEURREST Governor and. Commander of of Mexico Military Prison Charged With Conspiracy. Vera Cruz, Mcx., Nov 2f. Major Garcia de la Cadena and Lieutenant De la Pcna, the governor and the com mander of the guard oi Santiago mil itary prison in Mexico City, arrived ;hcr today In charge of a strong de tail of soldiers of the presidentla1 I guard and were taken on board the ! gunboat Vera Cruz bound for the pen al colony of Qulntana, Yucatan. l ne arrest. u inr iwo oincers was I he result of the discovery In the pns n of a serious antl-Huerta conspiracy, :he Intention being to arm and re ease all the. prisoners and then co pcratc with todies of disaffected troops In an Attack on the national palace. The arrests were effected yesterday ifternon Immediately after the dis covery of the plot. Extraordinary precautions were tak en to prevent any communication with the prisoners after the arrival of the lain and pending the preparation of the gunboat for their reception. oo MANY HAVE A NARROW ESCAPE Dynamite, Gasoline and Gun powder Explosion Tears City Buildings to Bits Grand Kapnls. Mich.. Nov. JO More than a score of spectators aud a doz en firemen were slightly bcrned or cut by flying debris when a quantity of dynamite) gunpowder and ga-soiine exploded in a burning building in the busiuess section early today The fire started In the Vandervcen building and spread rapidly to ad Joining structures, destroying a branch of the Grand Rapids Savings bank, the Van Wycka I"nip ptore and he Storehouse Hardware store. In the rush for safety several women and thildren were trampled while others fainted and were carried out by the fireman oo REBEL FROOPS ADVANCE SOUTH Four Thousand Soldiers Go Out to Overtake Retreat ing Federals. Juarez, Mev . Nov 19 Between HoOO and 4000 rebel soldiers had left Juarez at noon today for the south advancing against the lederals whom they defeated this week in battle near Juarez. Pancho Villa personal ly Burperviaed the loading of the troops He expects to leave about Tuesday Ilia does not know whether the federals retreated to Chihuahua or have entrenched themselves south or Juarez He has heard that the en gines hauling the federal trains went dead" for lack of water and that the federals are awaiting his men at Villa Ahumada, 83 miles eoutb of Juarez. oo HARRY SPENCER TO BE HANGED Murderer or Mrs. Kexroat Repudiates Confession Judge Rejects Plea for New Trial. Aurora III. Nov 29. llarrv Spcn cer. murdered of Mrs. Mildred All' Bon-Rezroat, was today sentence to be hanged nt Wheaton, the county scat, December 19 Spencer argued for a new trial i himself and repudiated his confes 1 slon oi" the murder, but was overruled by Judge Slusser The insane manner with which ho j tried to impress the Jury during the Mrial was absent today Ho spoke calmly and without gesture. nn ADMIRALS KEEP CLOSE WATCH British Advised of U. S. Plan to Protect Oil Interests in Mexico. Washington, 1). C, Nov 21 Al though Rear Admiral ( radock com manding the British ships in Mexi an waters, ranks Hear Admiral Fletcher by virtue of seniority, the British! commander has notified the American admiral that he wishes to subordinate I himself In co operating w ith the I I'ulted States forces. " Federal Ammunition Scarce. Hermosillo. Sonora, Mex . Noi Information was received today at Constitutionalist headquarters that ammunition had become scarce In Mexico City and at other points held b the Hueria government Carranta and his military advisers -ft ere Inclined to accept the report as true and encouraging to their cause. STRONG MAN OF MISSOURI, Columbia. Mo .Nov. 29 Horace Wcltnier who eats no moat. Is the . strong man of Missouri State Uni versity. He is from Nevada, Mo, and a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences. He Is studying to be- I come a physical Instructor. Weltmer scored 2,680 points In the eight tests H. K Thatcher, second, captain of the track team, scored 2.387. The average for 300 men was 1,046 points. The tests are mostly made by machines, but one Is chin nlng a bar. Welter pulled hlmseir up twenty-three times In a contest of raising himself an arm's length above parallel bar.s Weltmer scored twenty-three times MRS HEALY TO ENTERTAIN. Mrs P Heal w Hi entertain the Martha Society Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. TIN CAN TRIST IN THE TOILS United States Court Files Ac tion to Dissolve American Can Company. ALLEGED CONSPIRACY Company Monopolizes Busi ness, Increases Prices and Absolutely Dominates. Baltimore. Md . Nov. 29. Suit was I filed here today in the United States district court to dissolve the Imerl ,can Can compahy, the so-called tin can trust, which the department ot justice alleges controls a large per centage of business of the United Stales in tin can containers and pack ages of tin The American Sheet and Tin Plate company was made a defendant because of an agreement, It Is alleged, they have with the American company to sell li tin for cans at a preferential rate. in us complaint tne government al leges practices in re'iraint of trade, agreements by other concerns "not to enter the fields, contracts by consu- mers to buy Irom the trust.' ex' lu slvely and arbitrary fixing of prices Attorney General BfcReynolds asked in the bill for a dissolution other than on a pro-rata bai by asking for a Separation into units of different ovn rship to Insure the restoration of competition. THREW POTATOES ST; HER: HN THERE IS I DIVORCE ' in the district eour:. Delia Spide! bas commenced divorce procopding against Terry Bpldel on the grounds of cruelty and failure to provide The parlies were married in Laramie, Wyo.. July 1. 1896. and have three children. Mrs Spldel alleges that her litis hand has failed to provide the aecessl ties of life for herself and children for 6ome time and thai when she would ask for money he would get cross and use cuss words. On one occasion she says, when she asked for moue he threw potatoes at her and also struck her in the face with Ills list in December, 1912, the plaintiff avers the defendant threw a fruit dish at her. She states that he published an ar licle in the papers to the effect that he would not pay an bills which she might contract, for the purpose of hu miliatiug her The plaintiff asks for the care and c-ustodv of Ihe three children costs of suit, division of the community and cuHtody of the three children, costs oi suit, division of the community prop erty and general relief net BUILDING DONE BY COUNTY BOARD OF j EDIMT1 The plan of consolidating the school I work of the county, changing the ad ministration of affairs from boards ol trustees in the various districts to central board of education, has proved to be an economy. The centralized system went Into effect In 1906, at which time the total valuation oi school property was 7'J. sun, with a bonded Indebtedness of $17,500. Since that time $7oi0 of the bonds have been paid aud $1:7. 129 has been expended for school i buildings aud sites. The consolida tion phfn was inaugurate in 1905 hut it did not become effective until 1906. Following i report of building expenditures since 19'o a prepared I by the c-lerk of the board, Lester M Kroerer: I Kaneavllle, 1905 $ .c.5 Hooper. 1906 . 9.80:.' ' Plain City. 19f'6 -r'74 Wilson, 1907 10.145 . Hoc, 1907 I"72' North Ogden. 1908 13.294 Taylor. 1909 6,032 Slatervllle, 1909 6.794 Eden. 1910 11.102 Pleasant View. 1910 10,801 Riverdale, 1911 11.721 Bov. 1912 10.192 Harrlsvllle, 1913 12.523 weBt Warren, 1913 4,160 $117,331 BOARD OF EDUCATION TO MOVE TO TIE COURT MUSE ! The four rooms formerls occupied by the court house custodian are a cant now and have been turned over to the county board of education for Us use, and County Commissioner Mo roni Skeen stated yesterday that he expected the board to move into the quarters the first of next week. Clerk L H Froerer states that necessarily there will be changes made In tiie rooms In the court house and thai It will he limosslble to move the stock and office fixture next week. 1 1 e Is of the opinion that it will likely be near the first of next year before the move takes place The county board carries an eien Blve supply of books and oilier things i onnected H Itfa the schools and to ear i . ihe siui k up a number of flights ot stairs as has to be done at tho present quartern Is no easy task The court house quarters are on the first floor of the building which will obvi ate this difficulty LOCAL BRIEFS Second Ward Pro! N L N OI of the Weber academy faculty, will de liver an address in the Fifth ward meeting house tomorrow nt 7 o'clock, Sunday ei enlng. Burglary The home of Marshall H. : Allan, at 1605 W ashington avenue, was burglarized last night and arti cles of clothing taken The burglary was discovered about 9 o'clock this ip..rnlng. The police department was notified and Officer Jerry Kelliher made an Investigation. Wyoming Visitor .1 A Spalding of Evanston Wyoming, was a guest of 3 David Larson for a few hours to day, at the Weber club. Mr Spald ing is a representative of the Wyom ing Trail association and Is on his way to Salt Lake City From Logan Or (Jcrgr. Hill of the Agricultural college at Logan Is visltlug friends in Ogden. Sues On a Note In Judge Harris' division of the district court the ap peal case of Frances H Wright against Walter Griffin Is being tried The suit was brought to recover $1 i2.8o alleged to be due on a promis sory note for the payment of which it is claimed the defendant assumed responsibility x Marriage Licenge - A marriage ii cense has been Issued to Lesier A Richardson and Florence- Smurth walte of Ogden. Transfer Reuben C McBrlde has. transferred to his wife Nellie 1 M 1 Bride B part of lot 5. block 13. plat B. Ogden survey: consideration $1. New Arrival Mr and Mrs. Alma .T Larkln are rejoicing cut the arrival at their home this morning of a bounc ing boy. At the Dee-Mrs. A. Rose. Mrs. F M Tracv and Harry Kord of Ogden have been admitted to the Dee boa pltal for treatment. Firemen's Dance Veteran Firemeu will give an "Old Time" ball at Woodmansee hall on Tuesday even ing. December 2. Illuminated Song Sunday evening at the First M. F church In connec tion with the stereoptlcon talk on "Hon and by Whom We (Jot Out Bible." the popular font "The Holy I City." will be rendered as a solo, while being illustrated by impressive views Born-Dr Paul Ingebretsen is re joicing over the arrival of an eight pound baby girl Mother and babe, doing nicely. rr SCHNECTADY STRIKE ENDS, PACT SIGNED Schenectady. N Y.. Nov. 29. Con ferees reached an official agreement! for settlement of the strike at the (ieuer.il Electric company plant today. A. copy of the agreement was sent to ihe Trade Alliance for approval. The peace pact was ratified by (he I TradcB Alliance al uoon. 1 ARMY DEFEATS I NAVY22 TO I Climax of 1913 Football Reached at New York Polo Grounds. SURPRISE OF YEAR Midshipmen 10 to 7 Betting Favorites Before Game Desperate Plays Made. Polo Grounds, New York, Nov. 29. The Army football eleven defeated the Navy here this afternoon In their j annual game by a score of 22 to 9. As a climax to the 191 football sea son, the cadet eleven furnished the biggest gridiron surprise of the year in their triumph over the midship men Before the name the sailors were a 10 to 7 favorite in the wag erlng, as the result of a season's pla marked by victory after victory by big scores. Against the Army, however, their erratic but conserva llvo l.l j v f-illr.il f- iroiii thn l.Alnl uve piay laneti to gain tne poincs or yards rolled up by ihe Army through the use of forward passes, long runs and general open field plnv at critical periods of the game. The play wa of the usual desperate char acter which always marks the inter academy contests and individually there was little choice or advantage In the play of cither the linesmen I oi the back field. The Army, how ever, used better Judgment In Its se lection of aud manipulation of their plays To this aud the accurate handling of the forward DdSS when near the middies' goal line is due I tc the cadets" triumph after three vears of straight defeat. Second Touchdown The Navy scored first on a goal from placement, but the score was soon tied by the Army. Tho Army forged ahead only to be tied again. 9 to 9. After that the Army scored Its second touchdown and was never again headed. A whirl of grey and cold charged from the Army stand to the field. In broken ranks, on tho doublo quick, the Army battalions clustered In front of the Nay stands j For a moment they stood before the gold and hhe- then falling in behind the white shouldered cadet hand. danced to a lively tune, up, down and I around the field The two elevens, victor and van ciu'shed. had left the field, some on j the shoulders of the cad eta. The Army standard floated from the cen ter of the field, the cadets holding bands around It A cheer for the I Army B hoarse word of signal from the color bearer ;tnd the circle scat- ! tered, half a thousand cheering men In gray and gold ran madly over the field and clustered in a mass of mov lug color around the standard. The hand played fow notes, the cluster scattered, the crowd In tho grandstand was on its feet, two men In gray nailed Army pennants to the goal posts and the last act of the game was done. nn LIVELY RUNAWAY ID S WW ESCIPE Early morning pedestrians along Grant a nuc witnessed a near trage dy when a runaway team of the Mon son Feed Store missed by a hair's breadth a collision with the S o'clock Brlgham City car at the Twenty-fifth street Intersection. The team began the run near the Baptist church on Grant uvenue, and by the time the horses reached the Weber club ihe were dashing mad ly At tb corner of Twenty-fifth street the street cai hove into viow and only by a desperate effort did the driver swerve the animals far enough to the ca6t to escape hitting the car. The drier hung to the. reins and fi nally gulned control. The driver was uuliurt. but so badly scared that he had to be cerried into a house. WILL HELP NEEDY PLAYERS. New York. Nov. 29. President j David PultS of the Baseball Players' Fraternity has announced mat it la the intention cf the organization to suppl) players who have become I financially emburrnssed. with sufflcl- j ent funds lo tide them over lac winter. 1 GERMAN TROOPS I CLEARJTREETS Scores of People and Civilian Officials Arrested After Night of Rioting. ARMY MEN INSULTING Mayor Criticizes Military Au thorities Prisoners to Be Tried by Army Tribunal. Zabern, Alsace Germany, Nov. 29 Scores of town people, including several civilian officials, were under , arrest here today as the result of a night of rioting. The disturbances I were so lolent at times that the I German troops cleared tho main streets at the point of bayonets The demonstrations were designed to express the Indignation of the townspeople at certain Insulting re , marks made by German army of i ficers. . The townspeople excited by the r- gathered In the principal square. Soon afier the officers with a party of 5n soldiers appeared on the scene. The officer ordered his men to load tleir rifles and the front rank to kneel When the detachment was ready to fire, the officer stepped torwnrd and ordered the crowd to Slj disperse The people at once scat- tered but the soldiers pursued them at double quick and prodded them with their bayonets and the butts of their rifles Several citizens wer injured Detachments of troops with fixed bayonets patroled the streets through out the night and continued on duty today The mayor criticized the action of the military authorities "It seems though Colonel Von Ruler, the com rnander of the 99th regiment, ha-, proclaimed martial law in Zaborn on Ids own Initiative." said the mayor. Forty persons are arrested. They ire confined In the military barracks. under stood the) are to be tried by the military court aud not by a c!'l tribunal. I leutenant Baron Von Forstner, whose remarks started the trouble between the army and the citizens, sent shopping yesterday In the town, act ompanied by four soldier wbo guarded the entrances of the stores while ho was Inside A . number of young lieutenants or the r,9th infantry were seen today pursuing with drawn swords a youth who bad shouted an Insulting epi thet ai a man who was singing tD German national anthem. nn THANKSGIVING BALL i the big Thanksgiving ball Thanksgiving night at the colonial 900 persons witnessed the prize waltzing and the awarding of prizes. Miss Kdith f I inch ins and Dan Wad man receiving the first prizes for being the most graceful waltzers on the floor .Miss Ilutchens received a handsome diamond ring and Mr. Wad man a gold signet ring amid the warm plaudits of their friends and. be It said, much to the surprize or the young couple. The preliminary contests were held on Tuesday evening for the paBt two months Those who won en trance to tho final contest were: Mr M Jade and Mrs. II. PaJne; P K 'l runkhlll and Miss F. T An derson, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Nllee; William .lohnson and Mlss Griffith; Ben Tvree and Sarah Erlckson: H. N Nasfell and Alida McFa.ll; J. H. Clancy and Mrs. Steed; H E. Jones and Anna McKnight; Dan Wadman and Edith Hutchlns. and George Rear don and Inez Saunders. oo PHOTS CLASS IN M. E-SUNDAY SCHOOL Rev. G F. Rassweiler of the M. E. i hurt b believes that it Is no so much , "DOJ problem ot a ';lrl problem' as a parent problem ' that challenges one to solve. So a parents claa-- Is be ing organized to mcei in place of the regular adult Bibie class at 10 a. m. to consider the problems of maklnr our homes tiir right mould for the formation of Christian character. The claus will take up parent prob i. b one Sunday aud tho alternate ;t.y will study the two regular in J i tlonsl Sunda school lesson. This Sunday it will be a parent If j son on "ThS Function of the Fauii'y u.s a Social Institution "