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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1913. - 5
Jj GREAT PROGRESS 3 INJfflM Foreign Trade Has Increased Faster Than That of Any i jfl Other Nation. I FINANCIAL SITUATION County Composes Favorably With U. S. Heavy Money Strain. E Nw York. Nov 21 Germany's re i markablo economic progress since the establishment if the Empire is de ( scribed in the fierr-mber number 61 I "Export American Industries.' by r Count Johann Helnnch Bernstorfr German Ambassador to the I nlted F States. Sinrr 1Sril, Count llernstorfi points out, Germany's Foreign trade m has Inerensrd raster than that of anj I other nation the zam exceeding even V that registered hy the Unted Slates The title of Ambassador Bern I storffs article Is The Financial Sit U;itlon in Germany " He .iv. - figures 'M to shew tl rt during the last forty Bears German imports have In Igreased 2os ncr cent, to 10,073.000 Oc ' marks (about ?2,6fi$, 000,000, and ev ft Jion 262 per sent to 9.031,2 00 k I ' marks (rho.it $2.2.". 'too iiOn. i km ' In this res')ert hp adds Germany! JIB ci.nip.ip fanrahly r. ith I'uitod VH States depifr- the great natural re BBources of the latter and the larce i stream of immigrant in the prime oi Ml "fp Between 1S.2 and 1 rM I the total lg foreign trade of the I niied States In fcj i-ie;ised 'JV, .er ent and thar i.f Ger iB many lfr per rent, lint during the Je ' cade tn ir-M he German im reae wai j 943 1 per cent and that of the I nlted , f BBtates onlj 105.1 per rent. The vai- ' Kjlie of the foien trade, both im ij port; and .-P'-rt-. tl" I n f .-.! States in 19U, wa (3,718,820,000, B lfhlle the foreign trade of Germany in IBB i the same year was S4.4 ".2.050. 00u B Between the years 1ST; and 1910 K. Germain V i npulatlon increased n E '. and in the latter rear war I ,,6i.f'03.O00 W I fount Rernstorff riVnte: consider BBhle space to dlscusslnr the rate of interest which is somewhat higher in BBermany ihan In somo ether coun-: Bftrie and has been mentioned a proof I' lhat Germany i , laboring under a scarcity of money. This ,'ew BJhe argues is erroneous "Flip I us r tions In the rates of Inter Hhe Rfltd. "are mainh due to IB chance, in ihe economic conditions oi 3 m Be country. Besides, the rapid crowth mbt If0 a 'i1?0-0115 a,,(l striving population 9 B as of Germany since 1870 causes' J I a a considerable increase in all needs of, J r life. The problem of feeding, clothing T F and housing this Inereasiup rumher i I R Of people co. Id onlv he solved by the' I i R expenditure of vast amounts o capi-! I 5 Btal. The geographical situation of j I y Germany require? constantly crowing v F expenses for her army and na- The I I different social problems, the solving I 5 I of which Germany has undertaken ahead of other nations not offlj cause ! ; large expenses to the Emnire. but also to the Individual Federal State and : f! the cities The latter In addition. I have to furnish the means for the improvement of intercommunieatlon, 1 ; for the requirements of public health, I and for other important causes "All this, of course, resulted In a' heaw strain upon the monev market. I thereby causing a rise In the money rates. It was. therefore, inevitable that in spite of the formation of Im mense welh, the accumulation of capital could not keep iflce with the growin demand and that -oncerpient-1 Iv foicign capital was attracted to Cei manj . "Xotwithstanding this general Je-j i mand for money in Gormanv, Ger j mans have, during the last year?. In- . vested considerable sum abroad Thee investments in foreign countries are well sjent in Germany's Interest' and form a valuable reserve for the J future For the pre-ent, however, this I capital is much missed In the Ger ; many money market Tt has some times been pointed out recentl that Germany Is indebted to other coun tries for the money Invested by them in Germany on account of the higher rate of interest On the other hand, It should not be overlooked that her Investments aoroad can he withdrawn I at any time, and that large amount! of foreign stocks have hecn bought In Gcrmanv. which form rounterclaims for exceeding temporary German debts abroad. There is a tendency to acquire, gradually, independence regarding for eign capital. " L 00 DOHERTY WANTS THE CUP .London. Nov 20. Hugh Lawrence Doherty, the former lawn tennis champion, chagrluc-d over the loss of Feii (Slippers 95c Ou' line of felt slippers with fur V tops is most complte. You can find almost any colori ard any size from We Noave others which sell at 75c7kd Claris' " c bbbbbbbbIbI the Davis cup and the lack of prom ising talent among British players, i Intends to re-enter the game as one i or England's hopes in the attempt to win back the cup next year Since Doherty gave up the title of champion tn 1907 he has been seen I only Infrequently in public, but his ' game is said to still entitle him to ' be regarded a6 in the front rank. oo WILL BUILD A MILL 40 MILES FROM MOAB Denver, Nov. 30- Representatives of the Mont Mesa Mining & Milling com pany, a new corporation organized to jdeelop I'tah carnotlte deposits, hnic purshed machlner for a radiam refinery in Grand Junction, and for la conversion mill to be erected forty miles south of Moab, I'tah, In Snn lluan county, midway between the Blue and Ia Salle mountains The company will operate in an en tirely new field, the existence of which is known to but few persons, and is the farthest south or the van adium deposits in San -luan county The new reflnerj will be the first Iwest of Pittsburg," ad the develop ment of the carnotlte deposits of ,southeastm Utah, nuw recognized as ;the greatest In the world, means much j to Colorado and I'tah COMMON FAULT OF HUMANITY i Probably Cond'..on of Absolute Satis faction Never Yet Has Been Ab solutely Arrived At. Man 16 a curious animal He Is nev , er satisfied When we say "man," we 1 mean men and women the same that God created in his own image. Restlessness is a common attrlbuta Of humanity It begins with the cra dle It never ceases until we roach the grave. The only quiet man is the dead man The school becomes Irksome to the boy and it requires all the pressure of 'he parent to keep him at his stud ies He thinks he knows better than father or mother They point out tb.3 nerd of an education if he would suc ceed He replies that he has two hands and a brain and that he can make his own living in his own way Sometimes he tries It When he falls, In the bitterness of his soul he recalls with repentance his refusal to his parents The girl, willful and headstrong, ac cepts questionable company She neg b ets the church for the Sunday picnic and gives up the Bible for the sensa tional, silly and romantic novel She wants a ehange She must have It. She will have it. Finally she has It and perhaps repents In tears and un speakable anguish. The patient who docs not Immedi ately recover wants to try another physician, other remedies or a change of climate. The doctor may warn against the danger they invite, but the restless soul cries out for a change. It tskes the chances of life I and death, and with the latter comes the greatest of all changes in the still ness of the grave. John A Sleicher. in Leslie's Weekly. oo Have Catalogue of Stars. At rambridge, Mass., there now ex ist? the most extensive and valuable 1 collection of stellar photographs in the world, numbering over 240,000; and 100,000 or more of them have i been secured at Harvard T"nlver6ity Observatory at Arequlpa, Peru, at an ' elevation of S.000 feet. The number of stars revealed on the different plates depends, of course, on the den siry of the part of the sky being pho tographed, and on the length of the exposure, the longer the exposure the more stars, provided the light of the t . - does not fog the plate. On one plate alone, namely the region about Eta Carinae, 240.000 stars have- been actually counted. oo Dog'a Vigil Over Master's Body. For nearly two weeks a dog has stood guard over a camp on the Shaw ranch, northwest of here near Butte creek, although ro person has been j seen about the place Attracted by I the loneliness of the animal s vigil, passersby attempted to Investigate the camp, but were repulsed by the four looted guardian. Crossing the i creek they came down close to the camp and saw the body of a man float ing In the water on the camp side of ; the stream The dog, gaunt from lack , of food, stood on the banks above It. ' defying them to cross. The body Is ! believed to be that of the dog's mas . tr Butte Miner. Sherlock Holmes Again. Somebody wondered how long a cer- : tain woman who had ju6t left the room I had been married. "About hfteeu years,'' said the jew j eler. How do you know? ' asked his wife "You never saw her until tonight.-' "1 can tell by the size of her wed 1 ditig ring," the Jeweler replied "Ths width Of wedding rings changes about every five years. The kind she wear I was In style 16 years aao." oo GUMMAS IS IN H ANDSOFREBELS Report of Capture Is Denied j in the City of Mexico. Mexico City. Nov. 30. Quaymas I Is reported to have capitulated to j the rebels. The report is denied at the war office, but it is generally credited nevertheless, because it has been known for several weeks that the federal garrison at Guaymas was disaffected because of the "irregular ity of payments of wages by the gov- I ernrnent. The capture of Guaymas will leave the government In control of only three ports on the Pacific. Munzan- I Ulo, Acapulco and Sallna Cruz Systematic suppression of news of 'rebel victories is beiug resorted to' l "HM I FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY s ',( 1 I CJ) A Handsome Plated fJ If I i jHRR WATCH Iffll CHAIN i0 I & 0 Hj Q To Each Purchaser of a 5-cent Sack 0 i o 8 f ! S f "BULL" DURHAM Tobacco Jm 0 A ml El H This watch chain is just the Ji Jf H-j" X SjJ rjjn jjj A kind any man will be jlad to own f I 8 I X (. S and use because it is the very latest I j 0 Jr '0 M J ffl thing, thoroughly good form, and finely- E b w S A X w In made. If you are already provided with i ; 1 S B a 0 X m ;j H a watch chain, take one of these free chains Way toRidl I 1 0 fi X I) m home to "the boy." He will be delighted. i a Ogarette I B O 0 SI ' I (Only one chain to a customer.) I I S 5 X I fl i GENUINE " i ll) A A 1? M W rrzvma ringer of left hand, hold B r 0 V O 'L btl 7U fljflS cigarette paper curved, so as to I fi'j fls S UU JW tfj) SI M MW H ' B receive the tobacco. Pour right ti X X X S V a W vBEESi 9 m quantity of "Bull" Durham out m '2 (Jw vv p O (T-'jn ff (jfy wFvfa W E musn ,ac with right hand, J fiS V W p BBj strewing tobacco evenly in paper. j l l if j! M imk I' I LI sJ oumb, j j Ir 0 li y W 'f U fl JO H BHffir HttI M-9k IVTWm next to each otiier in the middle I S' X it jjjj y$J Kj mmm ll ftL I jlfO. B of the paper in this position. 1 1 1 1 1 If SMOKING TOBACCO f j 5r jfe ak yd) a tt (Enough for forty hand-made cigarettes In each 5c sack) ... j. . ' . I X '"D - p W K) K ' 6 7 III. And roll the cigarette on the w w O O O Ul) fi (if) rT 1 T T n m T-r t t ' 1 it lower fingers, so that the index Z z i ft' t; a' V li X BULL DURHAM is smoked by finger move uP and the thumbs : I si fi V (Ml w (if?) wy f 1 7 i 1 ' i move down. With the thumbs, Z I r X 0 T -v El'fi more muttons ot men than all other high- gentiy but firmly force the edge jyrfvi A frf dt. 2x1 J.U jJ U of the paper overthe tobacco, and i imX M JsLJ grade tobaccos put together because tor V Z-ZIZ I ffi- WrWr years it has appealed most strongly to ! K JmSlj discriminating smokers who want ' just J'Jr'iSL I I I i S pure, good tobacco of natural flavor, iv. shape the cigarette by roii. : I 3 1 7 & ing it with the thumb, as you (Cigarettes hand-made from "BULL" DURHAM Tobacco draw them I afford a lasting enjoyment and satisfaction and possess a delight- ;3i7Sl ful aroma not possible in ready-made cigarettes. z Enough "BULL" DURHAM Tobacco is sold in a year to v: Hold the cigarette in your i I i wl wi right hand, and B make approximately 12 billion cigar- u rj I ettes about as many as all brands of j i ready-made cigarettes in this country x) ff$Hv combined and the sales arc still growing. Vi. Moisten the projecting edge I ! j il I This C ne vac!? c Jns ? rnade solely 7 I 5 I 18 I l rcay"me cigarete in the world. " I rmlS ibilPB rl TT' T!& IT' 1 VH.With finger, close ends of I W rnraBuXKM jri W r cigarette by twisting the paper, j felii P H Mtl MSmfOmmm I " Srm4 Mw& anrJ you have a cigarette prop- V I bSJISSSSKS I Ssw l C l? rcc j j , erly made, properly shaped and Xyy H WHlsflHBl I ;: Rl -ook tor hree Utter sign on a dealers ready to smoke. AVi"" inllffia3Sy9ffl Hkw window today and avoid disappoint- , Z Jiriji: ssssHaBaBBrVPftW-NjSjS supply of Watch Chains and cannot 4& A-- T xTT" BsV yBP obtain more. Get a 5-cent sack of 4m ii "Asfc I 'r ' " "BULL" DURHAM and ask for the I vil. This is NOT the way to make I II ijk i "SSPbS? FREE Piated Watch Chain. a cigarette. The thumbs not I 9 SlrS0 THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY the index fingers should be used. '1 i We want every dealer in Ogden to be supplied with Handsome Plated Watch Chains. drfeAsfdlOl Ilfk45a4 td l4eidWO AH dealers who have not yet secured a supply of these Watch Chains can do so at 13 WCt Id I lllf lICC 10 llCaltI S. "BULL" DURHAM Headquarters, at the Marion Hotel, from 5 to 6 o'clock on Dec. 1. Phones 542 or 504. in the capital. Th Mexican Herald, the only English newspaper publish ed here, is ihreatened with suspea sion because of the prominent e ll has given to federal reverses and the aggressions of the rebels In other di icctious, such as the cutting of rail road and telegraph lines and the seizure of the oil properties m r. in pIco and Tuxpmu Rcbeli Cut Railroad. Rebels are reported to have cut tb railroad between San l.ui Potosi and Tamplco. completely iBolatlng the second and most Important giilf BslftBBllllKllBliBBSBBil port. The northern and southern railroad lines have already been put out of commission Klloris to organize a general revo lutionary movement in the south are mid to have been temporarily block ed by the necessity lor harvesting the coffee crop. The Zapata guerilla organization in Morelos, Guerrero itud Punblu, however. Is reported to be gaining strength every day. Talk of reorganization of the cab inet persists. According to report. ir Urrutia has been ssked to take the portfolio of gobernaclon, hf cant by the forced resignation of i .Senor Aldape, and ICmlllo Kabasa or I Enrique Qbrdstleta is to succeed Se j uor Moheno as minister of foreign al fairs Molieno is expected to re turn from Vera t'ruz next Monday Admission of Defeat. Minister of War Blanquet stati this evening that General Navarete I had returned Irom Monterey after I several engagements with the rebels I and that Generals Rabaso, AgUllar and Arzamendi. alti r mv icuaung Slu dad Victoria, had retreated all the j way to CerritOB, in the state of Sa-u Luis Potosl. This Is an absolute admission that the rebels have prac tical!) undisputed possession of the state of Tamaulipas Blanquet says the advance guard ol Qeneral Velasco will be In Tor reon tomorrow Private reports tn dkate that this view Is over sail gulne. The rebeli are reported advancing on Monterey from Torreon. A foiCP o: federals sent out from Monterey yesterday to help restore comtuuni cations wa driven back by the reb els, fifty five of the federals being killed. The tracks of the National A railway have been torn up both north and south of Monterey. Heavy rebel forces re p-u rolling the tide, which ate reported to be mined In several places. m Che rebel! are reported to be clos ing on Saltlllo Some shells were III thrown into, the citj esterduy trom the mountains 'I he federals return ed i lo lire but did no execution Several attack have been made on ji ; small towns near by with the evl- j i deal pflrpose of decoying ihe feder , als from the city.