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1 g THE OGDEN STANDARD. OCDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. 1914.
II DATE OF POPE'S DEATH AFFIRMED I Official Notice Is Given by Dr. Marchiafava Prema ture Announcement Made in United States. Rome, Auc 22 Dr. Marchiafava. one of the two physicians nho were at the death hcd of Pope Pius X. has gjveri The Associated Press the fol lowing statement: "The pope died Thursday. August 20. about 1:15 In the morning (Signed I 1 K MARCHIAFAVA." When Informed of the premature announcement in the United States of IlIip pontiffs death .nd tne claim niade that it actually occurred prior ro the time as officially announced, Dr. Marchiafaa said he thojght It ridiculous to doubt the exact hour at which the pope had passed aw.i.v and decried the attempt to shorten his life liv hours in view of the fact that there are plenty of witnesses who saw bim alive early Thursday morning. These Include such outside and dis interested persons as Monsignor Fal f onio. former apostolic delegate in the United States, vho, at about midnight of Wednesday, insisted on entering the vaticaji. the doors of which were lesed. Me was given admittance jnd remained in the popes bedroom lor half an hour. Dr. Andrea Amlci, the other physi cian, In attendance, when told of the I merlcan report said Documents Show Irrefutable Truth, j "I can give ou the best of docu ments showing the irrefutable truth." With these words he Droduced his' Irwn written announcement of the reath of the pontiff to the mayor oi Rome This announcement is a? tol owe: "Most Illustrious Sir and Mayor: It is my sorrow to inform you that today. August 20. at the hour of 1 13 a. m.. His Holiness. Pope Pius X kco?. n secularly as Giuseppe Sarto of Riese, ceased to live in the Vatican palace, from bronchial pneumonia, sped 79 ears. Dated August 20. 1914." Prince Colonna the mayor of Rome, has ordered a special cover, richly bound and lined with satin for the death certificate. It bears tbc Roman coat of arms In the center andj has toe following inscription in stl-i i cr letter: "Death certificate of His Holiness, Pius X "Expired August 20, 19H." oo I4YLMER WOULD KEEP GERMANS ' Former Inspector - General -j Would Send Prisoners of I War to Canada and Give I Them Tracts of Land. Nelson, B. C., kug, 22 Lord Ayl- H I nier, former Inspector general of the $1: a Canadian forces, suggested that the u:''fi Germans tal.n prisoners by the Brlt- -V.yJ ish army during the war Yiould be H M ef m to Canada and given tracts of "Ail laud in sections where large areas await development and be encouraged f .J to settle a? peaceful and productive I -Ja o kens of the count'y. X'iM ,ord Aylmer is In charge of thy ?'V?a Inoblllzstion of the Koorenay company -?Jm of the f,r9t Cauad,nn contingent I vf Read the Classified Ads RETIRED CAPTAIN I is reinstated: I Prince Louis of Monaco Ap pointed to Staff Duty Paris Maintaining Low Prices. Paris Aug 2.-4:40 a. m -Prince Louij ol Monaco, a retired captain of he African light, cavalry, having ap pliefl for reinstatement in the armv has been appointed to staff duty Cheap living is an anomalv of the Present situation in Paris " Meata 'oday sold at the lowest prices in 20 i jreafB and at the central markets yea terday vegetables were abundant and comparatiTelj cheap Thi. in iPit of the fact that some merchants base ra ted their prices at the risk or bo. coit and prosecution. GERMANS SINK j BRITISH SHIP Cruiser Dresden Takes All Coal Aboard and Land Crew at Rio de Janeiro. New York. Aug 22 News was je relvd in shipping circles today that the crew of the British steamer H-, ades had been landed at Rio de 'Janeiro and had reported that then ship was sunk by the German cruis , r Dresden after the warship s sailors had taken out all the coal aboard The Hyades, 3360 tons plied be tween British and South American ports. Her crew was brought Into Rio de Janeiro by the German steam er Prussia. JAPAN CENSORS CABLEMESSAGESf, San Krancisco, Aug. 22. Announce ment here today that Japan has placed a strict censorship on all cable mes sages to and from the empire Names and addresses of the sender nnd ie ciplent of messages must now appear. Code is not allowed in messages to Japan hut max be used in messages j sent from there Mugllsn and Frencti are the only foreign languages per- I milted for communications. nn BELGIANS MASS . BEFOREANTWERP Paris, Aug. 22, 10 20 a pa. -Off f-1 1 eial Information made public toda is 1 that the concentration of Belgian I troops before Antwerp has been com- I j pieted In good order The morale I of the troops has not been impaired Qj dispatch received from CoreJIes, France, relates that as an unnamed I German general, together with 800 I German soldiers, all prisoners of war, I among the troops being many Alsa- I tions. were on their way to a detcn- I tion camp, the captives fell into an B animated discussion of the war silua- H lion Blows followed words, and soon fitt tliFre was a general scrimmage. Sev- fl era! of the prisoners were injured be I fore the could be separated. FRENCH SHELLS SUNK THE ZRIIVYI London Aug 22, 2:08 p. m. Offi cial news from Paris gfives further de tails of the encounter in the Adriatic about a week ago which resulted Pi the loss of the Austrian battleship Zrinyi, a vessel of over 14,000 tons and a crew of 857 men. The Zrinyi was struck by a shell from a French warship. This pro jectile exploded in her magazine and damaged her so badly that she foun dered in a few minutes. -oo Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal) Twenty-fourth and Grant avenue, William YV Fleetwood, rec tor. Sunday School. 9 45 a nv Morn Ifig prayer and sermon by the Iter. Ward Winter Reese, rector of St. Paul's Church, Salt Lake City. 11 a. m. (Advertisement). nn SILVER MINES TO BEREflPENED Bisbee. Am.. Aug. 22.-Otficials or tue Copper Queen Mining companv announced last night that as a result ot the government's plan to purchase silver the southwest mine of the company would be reopened tomor row. The silver and lead stopes will be worked, married men who were laid off three weeks ago when the mine closed, being employed Dr. Von Bethm?.un-Ho!w egg who succeeded Prince Bulow. as German Imperial Chancellor, lK six feet tall attd is intimate personal fnend ot ; the Kaiser, with whom he studied in college days at the University 0f i Bonn, I Head OH SuHrinandTurgery H o ,ocOJol , a. naturc ol ,be ailment manj mm r,ment r p.l , th, condUion Vcon,M suth a, l0 emami mm .adica, ,rea.u,el. Tbl. I. a ,s,it!, UoD, m . j a package of ' Pile Remedy mm , w rMn.H this allmenl t homc Tbs i8 1 mm Kas). to use a lhruu8hiv s J,rttt,nS W Cm. , , toda). Two blzes, 50c and f 1.00. For -ale by H CULLEY DRUG CO, B I Kxclusive Agenc-. j A Leader in Utah Development! I Largest Plant in the State 3 NEAR BRIGHAM CITY I USED BY Cyyrrv VX I U. S. GOVERNMENT, Q SOLD BY THE I RAILROADS, lf J? j Mr rfQpDENH LEAD,NC I I DEMANDING VVV DEALERS 1 CEMENT OF THE 1000x1 amt rrwrxS I best quality. coV EVERYWHERE. I The Ogden Portland Cement Company I OGDEN, UTAH. fll fill IHIII II IIHI I II I llll I llll Ill I III II BBlaa II MIHI I IWII III II J JAP CllSER ! AWAITS ORDERS I Declaration of War on Ger many May Bring the Idzumo Into Stern Action. San Francisco, Aug. 22. ATier l'4 1 hours in drv dork, where her plates wrro treed of barnacles and sea i grass, the Japanese crulsor dsumo was floated out at a late hour last) night and dropped anchor in the stream to await orders. It is deemed probable in marine I circles that should war be declared between Gfrmanv nnd .lannn the first duty of the Idzumo would be to con voy the Japanese liner Shlnyo Maru out of the harbor Monday, although more stern war dutj may be her lot should hostile warships be encounter ed outside the Golden Gate While in dry dock, the Idzumo was guarded by a cordon of sentinels from its crew. and. as an additional pre caution, twelve policemen were added to prevent any meddling with the caisson. The German steamer Mazatlan, which was refused clearance papers l Collector of the Port J. O. Davis, still lies in the stream under the guns of the United States torpedo boat destroer Preble pending the ac-, tlon of the court of inquiry which is investigating the charge that the Ma zatlan has in her hold 4T tons or coal intended for the German cruiser) Leipzig. No decision was reached bv the f court yesterday and the inquiry will be continued today. Joseph L, Bley, customs broker, made the statement1 that the Mazatlan might said, -clear-an.ee, 01 no clearance. " in the pres ence of Mr, Davis. I guess not," replied the collector. I don't believe she will fcail while the Preble and Raleigh are there " j IRE DETAILS I OFJIGHTING Story of French Advance and Retreat and Final Victory at Mulhausen and Altkirch. London, Aug. 22. 4 a. m -An Ex change Telegraph company dispatch h I Ef"8 gives briber details ot the battles of Mulhausen and Altkirch v,J . nera-v's retreat had not "Ju off n,adR their h, n?o" r Says th0 Wten. "hiding h the forest over a space eighteen SJS m itXtent French trops n Inl W;ilhaUSen as night was fall ing, to the acclamations ot the peo Pie Who royally feted out soldiers. lzZT!n wab difflru1 1 to iS5 agains a force comitag from the north or east and was relatively easy to re I take. "The Germans attacked our posi tions that same night, coming from the forest on the right and Nen Breisach on the left while other i troops marched in the direction of jd-rnay to cut off our retreat from I there. Cernay is on the Thur river. southeast of Thann. By staging in Mulhausen with a compaati vely weak force we risked losing our line of re treat to the heights of Yosges. There fore it was thought possible to at tack the enemy marching toward 'ernay and utilize our reserves when a rally was necessary Our left was Icing attacked toward Cernay by a superior force Our center was en gaged at Mulhausen and our right was forced to remain Inactive. The battle was going against us There fore, retreat was the only solution as the enemy was not prepared to give up the heights of Alsace without a I struggle nnd had brought up a large Force for its defense Our object was to take up a new base in the shelter! of Belfort The enemy suffered se I verely from our artillery. Theii I Howitzer battery caused us mucl trouble. Accordingly General Pai determined to give battle while th I enemy seemed inclined, rather thai j to continue the skirmishing. Sharp, Decisive Battle. "The battle front was less extend j cd than on the previous week. The German Hue of retreat lay by the ea nal leading to the Rhine When the attack commenced Thann and Dannc marc were the objective points. The j fight was sharp and decisive and the Germans were driven out. They set I fire to the greater part of the townB 1 before leaving "General Pau next gave an order to attack in the direction of Mul hausen. At the same time uor left began an attack in the direction of C olmar and Xicabnsacht and our right began its march on Altkirch Our left and right also menaced the line of the German retreat before Mul hausen Four German batteries were abandoned and our men. limbering up their guns, captured twenty four or the enemy's guns. The struggle continued desperate-: ly. but already the enemy had found : oui troops steadily gaining ground., and apparently fearing that the bridges over the Rhine would be de stroyed, retired In great disorder and vigorously pursued by our men. We now hold the sides and the main val leys of the Yosges and are In the best positions to follow up our suc- cess in the direction of Colmar. ' PROFIT-SHARING OF FORD AUTO COMPANY Detroit. Mich.. Aug 22 That the Ford Motor company's announcement Of its reduction in pricea coupled with a profit sharing plan tor the prospec tive benefit of the retail buyers has lifted tne people "off their feet" Is In , dlcated by the huge olutne of eorres ; Ppndence that bas overwhelmed the Detroit office Vhile the Ford company's announce ! ment of its new profit sharing plan a plan for the benefit of new buyers only was clearly stated it is evident that many wish to be assured on two or three points The officials, there fore, find it necessary to reiterate that - t,. .w the profit sharing plan for the benefit of the new owners has nothing to do with the immediate reduction In price Sixty dollars is cut off the price or every- car at once and this reduction i.s not contingent on any production figure, although there is no guarantee I that present prices will not be allowed so that all orders are accepted for immediate delivery only. The profit sharing plan, by which j each buyer w ho purchases a Ford be tween August 1st. 1914. and August j 1st, 1015, Is to receive from $4u to as his share of the season's profits, is an entirely separate and distinct ; proposition and is contingent on the I I sale and delnery at retail ot ::mi,onn new Ford cars between the dates named. Three hundred thousand cars Is a stunning production and some people who are not fully informed concern ing the huge character of Ford busi ness fear the figure may he in excess of the probabilities. It is necessarv to recall In this conneciion how the Ford output has grown from year to year Jin order to understand that 300,000 I cars will be only a normal growth It .must be remembered that from An I gust 1st. 1914, the Ford companv I I manufactured 221,888 cars and the sea' son before that something like 185. I OQO. With eery new Ford buyer in terested in the company's profits as soon as be buys, it is a conserathe estimate to base the new profit shar j ing plan on a production of 300,000 cars The Ford company further explains that the new plan Is but the fulfill ment of a promise. It was the pur- pose of the compan when it was or ganized to build a car for the people in the laipest and broadest, meaning (of that phrase. It was the avowed policy of the company to govern nrice according to production based on mar j ket prices to buy and build History ;proeB the truth of these statements. Ford prices have been steadilv re duced as business grew. Many will remember that when the prices were I reduced last August It was declared -that there would be a still further re-1 duction in another year if production and buying prices warranted Produc- 1 tion, and the market price of materials I has warranted that step and the prom- i ise been kept more than kept be- cause in addition to the promised re duction comes the amazing plan for the benefit of new buyers If we can sell and deliver ino.OOO new Fords be tween August 1st. 1914 and August 1st, 1915. I oo I iSEVERE BLOW IN I EASHMJSSIAj Russians in Cavalry Engage ment Capture Entire Ger man Battery Aviators Throwing Bombs. London. Aug. 22, 11:48 a. m In a despatch from St, Petersburg the cor respondent of the Reuter Telegram company says the Russian general ad vance both on Austria and Germany procreosins; without interruption. ! A big cavalry engagement of the; northern army on Friday was a severe ' , , , wwat1:.!! of 1 1 9mmmmmmmn blow to the Germans in east Prussia. An entiie (.nrrnan battery was cap ture!. Aviators are throwing bombs on the German entrenchments auJ military buildings. Three Austrian army corps are en i gaged in the Austro Servian theater of war. They are wedged in the junc tion of the Drina and Yadal rivers. In a battle of four das" duration the Servians captured sixty Austrian gtins. A dispatch received here from Ant werp sayg tne Ru8sian mjujs iji ! been advised officially that in an en counter in Prussia the Russians took I rnn,!'"Tlin ners and captured an entire battery of guns. According to the same Infarmatidn I the Austrians in Galicia have benn defeated with heavy losses. Six of ficers and 1250 men were taken prisoners. ll The Confidence of the Public is placed in this bank, simply because the policies under which it does business are consistent with all the prin ciples of sound banking. Serious minded men and women who are careful of their money, place it secure and always on hand. 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