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$ff f THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. MONDAY, JUNE 29. 1914.
m&isA 10 ; . i I FINAL DAY TO PAY INCOME TAX . i Collectors Working Day and Night Handling Delayed Payments of Corporations. PENALTY AFTER JULY 10 Fradulent Returns and Out right Tax Dodgers Being In vestigated by Officials. Washington, .luno 29. Tomorrow fi the final do for the payment of income tax assessments and Internal revenue collectors throughout h I'nftPfl Statrs ;ire working day and night now handling iho payments of corporation'' and Individuals who have waited almost until the last mo ment In order to hold on to theli inonev as long as possible On July l" i penalf) of 6 per cent; will attach to each of the unpaid as sessments and for every additional i month of delay the penalty will be one per cent This penalty cannot be v lived b) the secretary of ih treasury nor , j any treasury depart ment official and will be Imposed in all r?K excepting upon the estat of Insane, deceased or insolvent per sons. Probnp Fraudulent Returns Tor the present the commissioner nt internal rpvenue is giving no at tention to fraudulent return-, al though much information is reaching th'' department oven dny concerning persons who are trying to dodge thn income tax Through anonymous let ters and other Strang- sources tip? j ?Tf received concerning the incomr X oLj persons who hove failed to make $ returns or have made Inadequate re- i turns a -non us the receipts from j honest returns have been disposed ol I thp commissioner and his assistants I will begin their investigation o; th3 ' dodgers Beginning about August 1 j in ever) community an investigation will be made of the incomes of all ; persons who are supposed to fall within the provisions of tin- law. Scores cf Dodgers. f One letter received by the commis ioner of internal revenue a few days ago gave l detailed statement of aj real estate transaction in which three . persons earned enormous proiits t None of the three men has made an E income tax return. Tiie return of a fi prominent corporation lawyer in an g eastein city failed to liBt retainer fees V from a number of corporations whose j statements to the treasury depart merit show the attorney is in their p employ and regularly on their salary K list These cases are typical of I cores that will be gien attention il when the time comes. I! MM CASES OF LEAD POISONING I Five Out of Every Hundred in United States Great Brit ain Has 1.8 Per Hundred. "Watihin.on. June '1. W hile many changes and Improvements have oc curred in the lead smelting industry In the United States in the last twen ty years, much remains to be accom plished, especially in preventing the escape of poisonous dust and fumes. This is brought out in a report today by the bureau of labor statistics on "Lead Poifoning in the Smelting and I 95c Buys Any pair of children's. Wm misses', girls' button or lace, black or tan Walk-Overs, worth up to $2.75, 'til July H third I For 95c Your cnoice of any pair of ladies' white canvas nu buck pumps, Colonials, etc. Only five days I 95c H Takes any pair of children's, misses', girls' white shoes and slippers, regularly H worth up to $2.50. Get yours today. SIX THOUSAND pairs of world-famous Walk Overs all at prices just as ridiculously low. Style, workmanship, quality un- H j excelled. Feel Fit for the H Fourth. This sale ends July 3d. HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! Walk-Over H Boot Shop 2470 Washington Ave. ty- K. Fleischmann, Mgr. PENNANT WEEK This Cck at the ball park. Bet- 1 in i NO HEADACHES d If You Drink H&K Coffee Imitation coffee makers will fell you Stiaf coffee gives SOME people the headache. Don't you believe if. REAL PURE UNADULTERATED Coffee is a headache cure. JUST TRY H&K COFFEE Yes, drink if on an empty stomach without any other food for breakfast some morn ing 'and see for yourself. H&K Coffee is guaranteed absolutely pure under the U. S. government pure food laws. Remember if you drink H&K coffee. ihhAiI HEADACHES Wilson Bros., 28th and Wall Ave. O. Farnlund, 2168 Lincoln Ave. A. P. Christensen, 3154 Pacific Ave. F. J. Ross, Cor. 22nd and Grant Ave. C. R. Shearer, 445 27th St. R. Marra, 2786 Wash. Ave. Domestic Science Bakery, 2258 Grant Ave Jos. Bingham, 2857 Grant Ave. Fred Foulger & Sons, 740 24th St. Tribe & Jones, 2216 Wash. Ave. Peterson Bros., Huntsville. P. A. Garner, 620 24th St. Mrs. A. T. Hestmark, 475 22nd St. Wilcox Grocery, 2462 Wash. Ave. Tom Kardamcs, Cor. 24th and Jeff. Ave, Pickett Grocery Co., 2340 Wash. Ave. Marshall Grocery, North Ogden. Wm. Weaver, 3284 Wash. Ave. J. S. Carver & Sons, 2354 Wash. Ave. Boyle Grocery, 540 28th St. Mrs. L. M. Barnes, 227 21st St. W. E. Hart, 1800 Wash. Ave. Refining of Lean " Among the. 'changes and improvements noted are; , better mechanical equipment in plants, better constructed building, ; creator freedom from dust and fumes j j rnd a higher degree of interest among I employers in the health and safety I J of employee Lead Poisoning Cases. In the nineteen plants inspected, ! employing about 7400 men at least. lTf'.'.t e,iseb of lead occurred in L912. "Considering only those reported through medical sources," Bays the report this means that there were more than 21! rases for every 100 em- Iplojres and (.he hospital records aion which covered only nine plans reveal ed a rate of almost five cares of lead I poisoning per 100, a larger rate than j that of Great Britain.' The report shows that In Great Britain there were in 1912 onh 37 r -ses of lead poisoning among 2009 j men engaged in lead smelting or l.gj per hundred In (Jermariy and Aus 1 tria conditions are raid to be less I favorable, although as a result of gov- ; rrnmental regulation there has been ' marked improvement in the Industry in recent years. on IMMENSE DAMAGE BY CLOUDBURST Batavia Bavj. June 29 .-Immense damage was caused by a terrible cloudburst last evening at Benkoelen, Sumatra, whf-re the business section was destroyed and thn hospital, the I school and a number of houses col- j lapsed. Belated reports from the southern districts, of Sumatra state that manv - i WHEN THE "PINCH" COMES be cei .Jn that your Banking Credit is established with the ! UTAH NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN Southeast Corner Washington Ave nue and Twenty-fourth Street. An old substantial growing Instftu. tion, managed by officers with years of Banking experience. I . I Europeans vyere injured during the, recent earthquake which also caused I great destruction of property The passenger steamer Van Cloon of the Dutch Royal Mail Steamship! confpanj went ashore jn Macassar harbor in the Island of Celebes as a result of the heavy seas following the ' earthquake. IRISH MAID IS A PHOTOPLAY STAR J Irene Boyle, "One hundred and ten pounds of energy and enthusiasm," is the way newspaper man recen'ly desciibed Irene Boyle, a leading lady in the i movies. Continuing, he spoke of her as: "A superbly proportioned little lady, who barely reaches the five- j foot-two mark. A strikingly attrac tive face with a dehciously tilted nose that is as Irish as the big, blue eyes above it. The eyes are deserv ing of special mention. They have the trick of gazing steadily at the I speaker, conveying the impression of fearlessness. The whole topped by a glorious mass of jet black hair." j JUST RECEIVED A BIG SHIPMENT OF I NEW ALFALFA HAY Call 583 for prices. THE INTERMOUNTAIN PRODUCE CO., 1822 Wash. Fiour, Hay, Grain, Chicken Feed. Prompt Attention. Quick Delivery. We Solicit Your Trade Give Us a Trial. BHMHMH1MBB ' GENERAL EVANS MUST EXPLAIN Calls United States Most Med dlesome Nation Wilson Demands Explanation of Secretary Garrison. Washington. June 29 -Brigadier i General Lvans speech at Governor's Ialand, Saturday night, in which he referred to the Monroe doctr.ne and ! was quoted as having said the United i States was the most meddlesome of nations, is to be the subject of of-1 ficlal inquiry President Wilson to day called upon Secretary Garrison to require an explanation from the general. oo RECORD OUTPUT OF PORTLAND CEMENT Washington June 29. All records for production of Portland cement were broken in 1913, the total output having been 92,940,102 barrels, valued at $93,001,169, the geological survey reported today. This compares with 83 351,191 barrels in 1912, valued at $67,461,513. Pennsyh ania, with a production of 28,701.845 barrels, led all other states. Indiana came next with 10,872.574 j barrels and California third with 6, 159,182 barrels. EAST GOLD OUTPUT INCREASES IN 1913 Washington, June 29 Thn value, of the mine output of gold. Silver, copper, and lead in the eastern or j Appalachian states Inst vear was j $13,753,557, compared with $13-470.276 , In 1912, according to the figures to day by the geological survey The gold output was 8017 fine ounces, val ued at $165.73:1, silver 111.214 fine ounces, valued at $61,173; copper, 19 -964.229 pounds, valued at $3 094.533; lead. 1.632.000 pounds; valued at $71,- j 808 The zinc. 184,898,400 pounds, j valued at $10,354,310. uu I COURT OF CLAIMS HAS MANY CASES Washington. June 29 The court of, claims has adjourned for the summer i after clearing the docket of all cases . ready for argument During tin In terlm 7340 cases were disposed of Of these 6448 wore dismissed on the gov- ! ernment motion because of failure to prosecute on the part Of claimants I The remaining 9K2 w ere contested j cases. i It lias been necessarj in the past i year to review beeral hundred thou 1 sand pages of testimony The most important cases determined are what are termed 'devisor" cases in which 7L'u railroads claiming extra pay amounting approximately to $35,000. 000 for carrying the mails since 1907. RUSSIANS MAKE BITTER COMMENT St. Petersburg. June 29. The com ments of the Russian press today on the assassination of Archduke Fran cis Ferdinand and his consort re fleet the bitterness of the ant! Amer can sentiment of thf Russian na tion. Some of the hewspapera refer to I i SHE'LL BE HOSTESS AT U. S. EMBASSY IN ST. PETERSBURG "V ' , h t Mrs. George T. Mary a, Mrs. Georpe T. Marye will be nostess at the American embassy at St. Petersburg when her husbWid arrives there and takes up his duties as ambassador. Mrs. Marye before her marriage was a Miss Doyle of Ohio and is a charming and talented woman who will undoubtedly achieve a considerable success in a social way at the Russian capital. This I picture of her is a reproduction of a ' recent oil portrait .the assassination a at "Opportunity I for Austria to change her course" and 1 they declare that th murdered arch duke hen- In hithseH the spark j which was to kindle a European con flagration. ' i yu MRS. BONYNGE DEAD. London, June 29. Mrs. Charles W.11 liam Bonynge of San Francisco died at noon todav after a long illness at the residence of her son-in-law. Vis count Deerhurst, eldest son of the Earl of Coventry rtn CHINESE AND ROCKS AT GOLD CREEK. NEV A vault of solid masonry, still in ; good condition, standing on the bill- side like a monument and two elderly 1 Chinese men are nearly all that re I mains of the mining camp at (lold Creek, e according to Q. R. Craft fiscal agent of the Fourth forestry dis trict, who is now on an inspection trip to several forest headquarters In Ne vada. It Is a poor showing, comments the forestry of.icial. considering that fortv years ago thousands of dollars worth cf gold was placer mined in this very spot There are still a few old ditches, ex tensive shallow excavations evidently the result of water artificially applied. according to Mr. fraft. but the two old Chinese, known locally as Leni and Joe. are about the onh liing evl dence of the once prosperous camp A few prospectors still spend the summers there; and Lem. whose right name Is Hong Lee, conducts a little store in connection with his mining operations. Although he is 80 years old. the forestry official found that his account books which he keeps In Chinese, are models of neatness. Fifteen years ago. Mr Craft reports an effort was made to obtain gold from the presumed mother ledge a' Cold Creek A mine was opened and a mill erected. The camp contained. Including the workmen on the Im provements 200n people, but thp quartz mining has not as yet proved profitable J. R. Hardman is principal citizen of the real town of Gold Creek He owns the townslte, runs the post office, store and hotel Mr. Craft expects to visit the head quarters of the Ruby and Humboldt national forests in Nevada before re- f turning to Ogden. Most Fatal Explosion. The most fatal explosion ever known was at Gravelines in 1654. Three thou sand people were killed 4 MEN V YOURS! x J While the former Falstaff Cafe is being remodeled for our occupancy, we are almost giving away swell shirts, smart straws, superb and seasonable suits, summer oxfords al most everything in fact in our quality stock. Better get yours today. Pick while the pick ing is good. Buehmiller & Flowers Now 2461 "Dressers of Men" Soon in Larger Wash. Ave. Quarters DON'T MISS. THE BALL GAMES THI WEEK ''DOLL UP" HERE. , 1