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:f 1 THE OGDEN STANDARD OGDEN. UTAH SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 19T4.
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FORD CARS
Reduced in Price
Not in Quality
You can buy a
Touring Car for $565
A Runabout for $515
A Town Car for $765
See us about Ford's profit-sharing plan,
i A pleasure to demonstrate
James AutoCompany
2616 Washi ngton Avenue, Ogden J
FORD CIS DOES
EXCELLENT WORK
Urban and interurban men find Uie
Ford a faithful friend For the quick
' . Jf9 trip into town from Ogden canon
. '-fjM for the leisurely ride through coun-
. jaB try side for business for pleasure
'iB anywhere everywhere the Ford
fl serves best. And its light, right, de
. 9 pendable and economical besides the
s8 Ford service always.
9 Five hundred and fifteen dollars for
4M the runabout; $565 for the touring
Vm ca and 5768 for the town car f. o. b
B .--"-dgden, complete with equipment Get
JSp catalog and particulars from James
SB Automobile Co.
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See Hazel Dawn, at Ogden
Theater tonight. Advertise
ment. 00
8UICK AUTOMOBILE
AGENCY IS OH
I A new automobile company organ
ized in Ogden b well known business
men under the title of Wbtherspoon &
Jost Auto Co . who will have a fine
show room fitted up with plate glass
front on the corner of Twenty-fifth
street and Washington avenue.
Their business will be to sell the
well known line of Buick cars that
have won so much favor everywhere
Every attention will be slven to
prospective buyers and demonstrations
made to convince them of the extra
features that do not appear on other
cars, which are on the new models
for 1915 Buick cars.
They Intend to feature the service
department. As the Jost Bros., who
are part of this company, studied the
automobile business in all its branches
in the factories where they are made,
and there will be no guess work as
to anything that may need fixing at
any time.
( A long felt want will be supplied In
tthls service department where pur
t chasers of Buick cars can have them
adjHBted and kept in good condition.
All ex s can be had at once and no
time wasted in sending east for sup
plies. Mr. Wotherspoon in traveling
I) SHIRTS 95c
Worth $1.25 to $2.50.
Our Great Removal Sale
Ends Tonight.
Get Yours, Men.
BuchmiUer a Rowers
Drtsacrs T Men"
I through Utah and other states with
I salesmen of the Shupe Williams Candy
Co. lia? been watching for the car
that stands up under the most trying
circumstances and finds the Buick to
excel and give satisfaction and would
not accept any other agency. H- In
i forms us that there will be a line of
j Buick service shops in Brigham, Lo
gan. Preston, Idaho, and also points
north and south So the Buick owners
can be properly looked after wherever
the go by experienced and interested
workmen
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BRAZILIANS ARE
BADLYTREATED
German Soldiers Fling Party
Violently From Auto and
Insult and Jeer Them.
Paris, Aug 14, 10:35 p m. The cor
respondent (,f the Havas Agen. at
Geneva sends an interview with Ber
nardlno de Campos, former president
ol the Brizilian state of Sao Paulo in i
which he confirms an earlier report
that his automobile was held up by '
German &oldlers while he was going
from Mannheim to Ludwigshafen.
"The lieutenant in command," said
the Brazilian, "flung us out violently
and insulted us notwithstanding that
we had passports for safe conduct is-
I sued by the German ambassador at
Paris. We stood for n long time ex
posed to the jeers of a crowd before
we were allowed to continue our j
journey. Finally we reached St. Lud
wig, near I leulhausen, where we were
made t leave the train and walk threo
miles before we were conducted to
I Basel. Our bageage was confiscated.
My wife is seriously ill."
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CONFIRM VICTORY
j OVER AUSTRIANS
London. Aug 15, 11:30 a. m The
j French minister of foreign affairs, In
telegraphing to the French embassy
here today a summary of the various
conflicts about which reports already I
J have been published gives official j
; confirmation of a Russian victory over
the Austrians on the river Dniester I
He says the Fourth infantry re?iment I
' and the First cavalry regiment of the i
j Austrian army were annihilated bv the '
! Russians
The French minister adds that the
positions in Upper Alsacv and at
Liege, Belgium, are unchanged, and
concludes:
"In consequence of the universal
outcry, the German government ha.s
decided to remit to the former French
I ambassador at Berlin the $900 he had
been compelled to pay for his journev
back to France."
Ruth Stonehouse in "Her
Trip to New York," and Alice
Joyce in "The Vampire's
Trail," last time tonight, at the
Iais Advertisement.
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Read the Classified Ads
PANAMA CANAL
APENJO SHIPS
Steamship Ancon With Heavy
Cargo Puts Waterway
to Full Test.
MEN IN WHITE UNIFORMS
Goethals and Company of Dis
tinguished Persons Guest
of Steamer Captain.
Panama. Aug. 15 The United
States war department steamship An
con today mado the passage through
the Panama canal and transit through
the waterway is now officially open
to the traffic of the world
The neon left her berth at Cris
tobal at 7 o'clock this morning and
made her way to the end of the deep 1
water channel from the Atlantic to
the Gatun locks. She went through
these locks, which have a lift of 85
feet, in seventy minutes She con
tinued through the waterway from
deep water on the Atlantic to deep
wafer on the Pacific side without in
(ident She is due at the Pacific side
at 6 o'clock this evening.
T.onvinsr Cristobal the Ancon passed
several essels at anchor In the bar j
bor waiting to follow her through the
canal and thus make the first com
mercial use of the waterway
The decks of the nc on were !
c rowded with guests of the govern
ment and officials of the canal ad
ministration and the republic of Pan-j
ama The peace flag of the Ameri
can Peace society fluttered from the
mast of the Ancon Beneath her
decks. howeer. were two huge ple
i es of artillery, which will form part
of the defense of the canal
Washington. Aug 15 - With the
passage through the Panama canal to
day of the war department liner An
con, the great waterway becomes
'free and open to the vessels of com
merce and of war of all nations on
terms of entire equality," In accord
ance with the provisions of the Ha
I'auncefote treaty.
Vessels drawing not more than thir
ty feet of water may now make the
passage It would be possible to put
the big American dreadnoughts
through at any time
Any of the foreign warships now
In the Atlantic and Pacific waters
could also make the trip, hut the na
val plans of the European powers
which have vessels off both coasts of
the United States are not known
here.
Strict Rules Laid Down.
No embarrassment will face the
I'nited States should one of the es
sela of the belligerents seek passage
Strict rules are laid down in the trea-
ty for the perpetual neutralization of
the canal and every detail w ill be un- j
I der the direction of Governor Goc
i lhals and his staff Except in cases
i of absolute necessity, vessels of be!
Ugerents mut make uninterrupted'
passage through the canal They mayj
not coal, re-virtual or embark or dis j
embark troops in the (anal zone and'
these provisions also apply to the '
terminal waters at both ends of the
canal, within a limit of three miles
Twenty-four Hour Limit.
Twenty-four hours is the limit of
time a belligerent vessel can remain!
within the canal, except in cases of
distress, and a essel of war of one
belligerent cannot depart within 24 1
hours from the departure of a vessel
qf war of another belligerent All of
the plant and establishments that are
part of the canal are immune from at
tack or injury by any belligerents.
Vigilant American pilots will see that
no foreign vessels make observation!
of the canal defenses
The principal work remaining to be
done in completing the canal is the
deepening and widening of the chan
nel through Culehra cut as well as ex
cavation operations at both approach
es.
Panama, Aug. 1". The canal zone
celebrated today the opening of the
canal. The festivities howeer. were
but local and suggested little of the
international significance of the event.
W ith the ofticial Panama celebration
set for next spring, even the I'nited
States was not officially represented
today except by the men who have
long been in the zone.
The steamship Ancon. owned by the
United States war department and
I leased to the Panama railroad for
I service in the New York-Colon trade
; was chosen as the first lug boat to be
put through, signalizins; the opening of
. the canal to all ship8 up to 10 000 tons
! register.
. Shortly before 7 o'clock this mom
ing the Ancon was drawn away from
her berth at Cristobal and anchored
I at the end ot the deep water channel
I from the Atlantic ocean to the Gatun
locks. The passage of the Culbera
cut at about noon, and arrival at the
end of the deep water channel in the
Pacific at 6 o'clock this evening.
Officers and Men in White.
All the 74 regular officers and men
aboard the Ancon appeared in spotless
white uniforms and the ship Itself
glistened with new paint, over which
fluttered signal flags and the ensgns
of all nations. At the fore peak was
the ensign oi the Panama republic,
while at the main mast head fluttered
the house pennant of the Panama
steamship fleet. On the jackstaff was
the flag of the United States.
Invitations to be guests on this first
trip had been much coveted and the
rails were lined with local canal of
fieials and those of the Panama re
public, tocether with their ladies, as
the big steamer backed awav from her
berth.
Goethals on Bridge.
Colonel George Goethals. builder of!
the canal and governor of the zone,
wag on the bridge beside Captain
Sukefroth of the steamer, together
with Captain Hugh Rodman. U. S N.,
superintendent of transportation, who
has overseen the plans for putting the
fii st ship through.
Other distinguished persons includ
ed President Porraa of the republic of'
Panama and his staff
The Panama national band and the
regimental band of the Tenth United
States infantry played the 'Star'
Spangled Banner ' as the ship pulled
awav, but the music was almost
drowned by the whistling of the steam
ers in the harbor
Traffic at Standstill.
To assure unimpeded passage fori
the Ancon all of the traffic. Including
the working boats In Culebra Cut,
was brought to a standstill
i ne several inniisanci canal won. ers
enjoyed a holiday and they, together
with villagers of all types from the
surrounding territory lined the banks
at vantage points.
The Ancon was fully loaded with
the regular cargo that ane had brought
from Xew York, the freight having
been purposely left on board to -ie
the canal a full test with the ship
drawing Its full depth of water.
The United States war department
steamship Ancon passed through the
Gatun locks without a hitch today In
7n minutes The 'otal lift at these
locks is 85 feet.
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BOYS AND GIRLS
Monday will be the last day to re
gister for the lhambra Excursion at
the Isis and Globe Theaters. The
names of the part will appear on the
Isis curtain Tuesday afternoon. Ad
vertisement
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EXCITEMENT IS
AC0TE1N ITALY
Do Not Feel Obliged to Help
Austria-Hungary Balkan
League Reorganizing.
Rome, Aug 14. 9:45 p. m. (via Paris,
Aug. 15, 7:30 a m.) The excitement!
in the Italian capital has become very
acute since the evidence of the state
of war between England and France
on the one side and Austria-Hungary
on the other was declared. The Trl
bnna in an article evidently Inspired
in official quarters, emphasizes the
fact that Great Britain and France j
did not really declare war on Austria,
but simply announced that a state of
war existed by reason of Austria's
own acts and that therefore Italy is
nut obliged to assist Austria-Hungary.
The most active work Is now going
on among the governments of the
various Balkan states to bring about a
reconstruction of the former Balkan
league which defeated Turkey in the
recent war The object of the move
ment Is to assist Russia against Austria-Hungary
and to keep Turkey inactive.
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PROBING CAUSE
OF n PRICES
Every State and Almost Every
Large City in U. S. Busy
Investigating War
Time Rates.
Washington. Aug. 15. Reports to
the department of justice today show
that the investigation into food prices
is progressing in every state and al
most every large city
The United States attorney at San
Francisco telegraphed that the investl
ration already had prevented an in
crease in shipping rates to foreign
! ports on canned goods.
! From Kansas City came a report
1 that there was no beet sugar on the
market
The department of justice is gath
ering comparisons of food prices on
July I, 11)13, July 1. 1914. the prices
before the first declaration of war In
Europe, and the present prices in this
country
Grand Jury Investigating.
Chicago, Aug. 15. The federal
grand Jury now sitting will be the
medium for the Chicago Inquiry Into
war-time prices, according to a state
ment made by District Attorney Wllk
erson who returned from bis vacation
today.
Cut meats at wholesale were un
changed today but the packers said
that the tone was easier.
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OGDEN CARRIAGE CO.
SUCCESSFUL YEAR
"We are very much gratified in our
first year's business in Ogden,' says
Mr. McLaughlin, business manager of
the Ogden Carriage Co. Contractors
begun this morning to enlarge our
factory and arrange It so as to accom
modate our many customers this com
ing seauon We will have the finest
varnish finishing room In the state.
We have painted 109 automobiles In
the past year and will, no doubt, paint
twice that many in the coming sea
son. Last season we employed five
men- this season we will employ 10
We certainly made no mistake in lo
eating In Ogden. We have also taken
a sub branch of the J I. Case Automo
bile Co "
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See Hazel Dawn, at Ogden
Theater tonight. Advertisement.
. FASHION'S DECREE
It was on a Sunday evening. th
first time that we met:
Her eyes were blue as violets, her
hair was black as jet.
Monday.
She just passed In an auto, her 6mlle
was free from care,
I gazed in awe and wonder, a deep
blue was her hair.
Tuesday.
I met her in the evening, at a very
swell affair,
She was the same, or nearly so,
green was the tolor of her hair
Wednesday.
I met her mongst the highbrows, and
don't know what to think.
I wasn't sure I knew her, her hair
had turned to pink,
Thursday.
I waited at a crossing, when some
one near me said.
Just look at Julia Highbrow's hair,
oh what a lovelv red.
Friday.
This constant change has got my
goat I saw her twice today,
And "pon my soul I swear it, ber hair
was silvery gray
Saturday.
Its just a week since first we met.
It makes me want to fight,
The fashion changes every day, her
hair is snowv white.
FRED C NAISBITT.
269 27th St.. Ogden, Utah.
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JUDGMENT GIVEN I
CASE OF BALCH
VS. IfflCILLf
In chambers yesterday afternoon.
Judge James A. Howell rendered
judgment against the defendant In
the case of Maude .M. Belch against
J. H. Macmlllan in the sum of $4,
015 24, the default of the defendant
haing been previously entered
The suit was instituted to recover
a certain promissory note Issued 14
years ago and bearing Interest at
1U per cent a month, the amount
of the note being $1,037. so that the
accrued Interest amounts to nearly
three times the face value of the
note I ne plalntlft is the widow of
the late L B. Balch, who was the first
street road supervisor under the com
mission form of government in Og
den oo
VETERAN SAID TO
BE 118 YEARS OLD
San Francisco, Aug 15 Captain
Goddard Ezeklal D Diamond, who, ac
cording to his own statements and
evidence was 118 ears old. died here
late last night He claimed to have
been born in Pl mouth. Mass., in
1796 His father was a eteran ot
the war of 1812, and he himBelf serv
ANNUAL CORN ROAST
AND OUTING
CONDUCTED BY THE
Retail Merchants of Utah
WILL BE HELD AT
LAGOON
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 19
SPECIAL TRAINS ON BAMBERGER LINE. 4
FARE ONLY 25 CENTS
ENJOY YOURSELF AT GLORIOUS LAGOON
LEAGUE GAME OF BASEBALL
OGDEN vs. SALT LAKE.
IN THE CHAMPION STRUGGLE.
MANY OTHER SPORTS INCLUDING BASEBALL
GAME BETWEEN THE MERCHANTS OF
OGDEN AND SALT LAKE.
BABY SHOW WITH SPECIAL PRIZES.
The following stores will close
for the entire day of the cut.ng
Wednesday, August 19:
Wilcox Grocery, J- S Carver &
Sons, Harris Grocery. Steele & Carl
son, J. S. Daniels Bishop-Childs. J.
F. Mattson, Schade Bros.. T. B Evans,
W. T. Pickett & Sons, Ed. Williams &
Son, Thomas Grocery. G. A. N.cholas,
F. R. Watkins, Dan Kennedy. Russell
James, A. Coop, Comer Grocery, P A.
Garner, Jos. Bingham, H. B. Sawyer,
H. K. Hoff. Sharer Grocery, E A.
Olson, J, T Sandifcrd, Ebllng &.
Corey, Grant Market, C. E. Fisher, E. '
Nelson, W. E. Hart, D. M. Shaw, J. J
Schwartz, Tribe & Jones, Farley Groc
ery, C H. Beach Wilson Bros., T. A.
Newman, D. G. Pickett, Sawyer Br0s
and Seager Bros
The following stores will cicse
for a half day, at noon, on the day
ed through the civil war, although,
even then an old man, enlisting in'
St Louis in the commissary depart
ment. His longevity he attributed to the
consumption of much vegetable oil.
Officials of the Old Peoples home,
where he died, have instituted search'
lor his birth record at Plymouth,
and for other corroborative data
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Don't fail to see the big
western comedy of Cowboys
and "Willie," at the Globe,
Sunday night. Advertise-)
ment.
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KALAMAZOO RACERS
GO TO PITTSBURG
Kalamazoo, Mich., Aug. 1 5. Today j
marked the end of a week's Grand
Circuit racing In Kalamazoo and from
here the horses will be shipped to
Pittsburg for a five-das' meeting. The
get-away program consisted ot four i
events, tne rree-tor-aii pace, 12:07 pace,
2:12 trot, 2; 15 trot and also the com-1
pletion of the 2:17 pace, which started
yesterday .
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GIFFORD PINCHOT I
NOW A BENEDICT
New York, Aug 15 Miss Cornelia
E. Bryce, daughter of Lloyd Stevens I
Brce, former minister to the Nether
lands, and Gifford Plnchot, former
chief forester of the I'nited States,
were married at 10:30 o clock today In
the Episcopal church at Roslyn, L. I. I
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Read the Classified Ads.
of the outing Wednesday, August
19:
W H. Wright $. Sons Co., Last &
Thomas, Paine &. Hurst, National
Outfitting Co., F. W. Woolworth Co.,
Fred M Nye, Horrocks Bros., Max
Daniels. R. O. Quality Shop, Buch
miUer & Flowers, Griffin Paint Co., A. J
J. Herrlck &. Co., Ogden Furniture & i
Carpet Co , S. J. Burt 5L Bros., Spargo
Book Store, Reese Howe I . Sons,
Bramwell Book Store, Shoemart (Alf.
Chrlstcnsen), Boyle Furniture Co, M.
M. Vykcs Co , Golden Eagle Clothing
Store, I. L. Clark SL Sens Co., Wash
ington Market, Watson-Tanner CMth
ing Co., Ballard . Bclnap, Golden Ru e
Merc. Co., O. D. Rasmusscn, Walk
Over Shoe Store. Ogden Paint, CM &.
Glass Co., Siebold . Burgis, M. Grill .
Sons. Emit Keller, Success Market,
Grand Union Tea Co.
BANDITS KILL
TWO PURSUERS j
Men Who Robbed a Paymaster
and Killed Three Other Men
Kill Two More in Fight.
J
Williamson, YV. 'a , Aug. 15. Ed
ward Mounts and Sanford Hatfield,
members of a posse chasing the ban
dits who yesterday robbed a paymas
ter and killed three men at Alum
Cliff, W Va . were killed today in a
fight with the robbers at Gilbert
Creek, One of the band was wounded.
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BATTLESHIP MINNESOTA
ARRIVES.
New York. Aug. 15 The battle
ship .Minnesota arrived at New York
after her long stay in Mexican waters
All on board are well.
SLIGHT THE TIRE
Spoil the use of the
whole car
When a tire shows wear,
or you're unfortunate with
it and cut it bring it to the
Auto-Tire & Rubber
Works y I
D. A Baird, Mgr.
2570 Wash. Ave. Phone 794.
u tHE BUICK AUTOMOBILE AGENCY
Has Been Placed With the Wotherspoon & Jost Automobile Company j
Hr - 10 enounce that vre have placed the t ' Corner of 21t and Washington Ave. (One block north of 1
thePn BJoj8tkAuto j If yu are Poking for an autohatwll stand all kinds of roads, let us I
L ' We wl the j

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