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lljl T7 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1915. Hill PI IHif I . . ' ' ' 1 11 IZZZZZZZZZ I11 FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS I Latest styles and patterns I all woolens to your meas- I) Come in see how we can save you $10.00. English Woolen MiDs J Tailoring to. ' 2474 Wash. Ave. It Old Ut Lt & Pr. Co. BIdg. I I lilll I STATEMENT OF I GREEK H Mill Athens, Wednesday, Oct. 13, via ill II Paris, Oct, 14, 6 p. m. In response to IK nil a request Cor a definition of the at- Hm titude of Greece, King Constantino to- BSu day made the following statement to Hyj The Associated Press: Hj "Greece Is merely loosening her jjl sword In its scabbard. She menaces HVj no one. But she cannot permit that Blf events shall constitute a menace to Hkt)) the integrity of the nation or the H3' freedom of the Greek people. BY "It is my duty to preserve my v i country from the danger of destruc- HAJ , tion through becoming involved in 1 the general European conflict. I ff hope to do this at all hazards if it is U ' possible." HI I 00 1 CANADA HAS SENT 1 164,000 SOLDIERS HI Ottawa, Ont, Oct. 14. Enlistment Hi figures made public here tonight show HI, that 14G.000 men have been enrolled in Canada for overseas service since the beginning of the war. Of these, Hid 83,000 men have been sent across the f Atlantic. i Another 50,00 men will be enlisted J was anounced, as soon as the war Hf office gives the word. The first con- Hftj tingent and reinforcements totaled Hj 36,185 and the second contingent and mf, reinforcements totaled 48,485. Mf The enlistment constitutes about 2 I per cent of the total population of ' men, women and children. m The names of 12,000 Canadians have appeared on casualty lists, and of" I these a third have returned to the firing line. A campaign to raise $7,500,000 for the Canadian patriotic fund has been Inaugurated, it was announced to night. The fund is being used to sup port wives and families of Canadians fighting at the front. During tho first year of the war, subscriptions to the fund totaled S5, 350,000. With additional men enllst- j Ing and being sent forward, a larger H , amount will bo required for the com- ing year. B'" Christmas, it is expected that families of from 25,000 to 30,000 men i will require assistance. M i r " 1 BRITISH AVIATOR KILLED IN FIGHT Attacked a Zeppelin and Was Sent to Earth by Fusillade. London, Oct. 14. Flight Lieutenant Lord, one of tho best known aviators in England, was killed in a single handed combat with the Zeppelinthat attacked Margat on September lo. According to spectators who wit nessed the uneven duel between Zep pelin and aeroplane, Lord circled around his huge opponent three times, firing a machine gun. Tongues of flame spurted from tho sides of the Zeppelin, but tho German bullets missed their mark as Lord zlg-zagged and volplaned. As he steadied hlB ma chine for a final fusillade the Ger man gunners got the range. pTho aeroplane crumpled up before the blast of bullets and dropped, a heap of wreckage with the aviators beneath it. at the feet of tho horrified spectators upon the beach. The Zep pelin hovered for a few minutes over the town and then disappeared. The British public Is still unawaro of the tragic end of Lord, so closely are Incidents of this kind guarded by the censor. oo "The Little Mademoiselle," with Vivian Martin and strong cast, at the Isis today. RUMANIA TO BE DRAWN INTO WAR London, Oct. 14, 9:55 p. m. Sir Ed ward Grey, the British foreign secre tary, made a long statement in the house of commons today on the situation in the Balkans, but as ho dealt with the diplomatic side of the question, he added little to the knowl edge of the public and failed to sat isfy curiosity as to the progress of the Anglo-French expedition landed at Saloniki. He did say, however, that Russian troops would co-operate "as soon as they were available " The French premier, M. Viviani had more cheering "news for the al lied countries, when, in the French senate he expressed tho belief that "the allies can count on Italian co operation In the Balkans." There is naturally much specula tion as to how Italian and Russian assistance will be afforded. Italy has a largo number of troops available and the means of moving them to the desired spot, but Russia Is less for tunate in this respect, and there is an inclination here to believe a re port from Rome that Petrograd had asked Rumania to allow , Russian troops to pass through her territory on the way to Bulgaria, To grant Buch a request would be construed by Germans as tantamount to a definite alliance with the en tente powers and would doubtless re sult in Austro-German troops attack ing Rumania. This, it is thought, might happen "anyway, as Germany has already shown her displeasure at Rumania's refusal to allow munitions to pass through to Turkey, and now It is reported that Germany has sus pended the postal sorvice and Is hold ing up all foodstuffs consigned to Ru mania over German railways until Bucharest more clearly defines Its at titude toward the central powers. These diplomatic questions are not Halo vtney Va mltlinm? nntwiMnnf mu Austro-German and Bulgarian at tacks on Serbia are proceeding apace. They are, however, meeting with stern resistance and, although under constant attack since October 5, the Serbians are given ground only foot by foot The extent of the Bulgarian invasion up to the present, according to a dispatch from Nish, consists ot an advance over the frontier at one point of a mile. With this exception, says thP report, the fighting line re mains Intact and the railways have not yet been reached. Offensive In Dardanelles. It Is reported also that the allies have begun an offensive In the Dar danelles to keep the Turks busy. The Russians are continuing their at tacks in Gallcla in an effort to clear the Austrlaps from the Rumanian I ! I PPP The Taste Is The Test 1 I i It, d ?e Want you to taste this highest quality tabic I I butter. Buy a package from your grocer today and 1 serve it to every member in your familv. "We want you to 1 ; I learn just bow good butter can be. " 1 I . I MAID O'CLOVER , I I I BUTTER I H I 1 uJS really a rare, creamery product. Its purity and 1 H 1 lIT$ie8aJ1? absolutely guaranteed to ou by our 1 H ( I dBr7 lfflClent VrocesKoi pasteurization-beating 1 H I 1 SatiSn Cream to t againSt any contam- I H ' 1 our XVwe B!?d to Jlv the womei1 of eden ifc I II . 1 ?f!romtime cream is received until butter is placed in I Ml I the dustproof cartoons. Come any time. 1 II frontier and prevent thom from send ing any further reinforcements against Serbia, In fact, thero appears to bo a gen eral attack on all tho German fronts. The British and French, Berlin re lates, have attacked In Flanders and Champagne, whllo the German offi cial report of tho campaign in Rus sia is a record of countor attacks against the Russians, who are en deavoring to regain the initiative. Even the Belgian coast is not ex cepted, British monitors having again been bombarding the German zones along this coast. British submarines In tho Baltic thus far have sunk ten German ore-carrying steamers and have completely paralyzed the ore trade between Sweden and Germany. This has caused some dissatisfaction In Sweden. Tho British assert they have been studiously observing International laws and have been sinking only Ger man steamers oo DISTRICT FUNS BUREAU FORMED Weber county Agricultural Agent W. Preston Thomas, has been busy this week assisting In the organiza tion of district farm bureaus in the county, which will co-operate with the county farm bureau In the matter of getting results favorable to the farm ers in various directions. Tho organizations perfected up to date are: At Marriott with Professor W. Z. Terrj'. president: Lawrence plater, vice president, and Joseph Gooch, secretary-treasurer; at Farr West, with J. D. Brown, president; W. H. Tay lor, vice president, and William Lar kin, secretary and treasurer; and at Harrisville with W. H. Lowder, pres ident, Andrew Agren, vice president, and Herman Boll, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Thomas states that ho will pre sent two projects for next year's cam paign and that he proposes to get sug gestions from the individual organiza tions In the county approved by the county bureau. Three projects have been suggested that are of vital inter est to tho farmers of the county. One Is Irrigation and drainage, another the sugar beet question and the third Is that of dairying. nrv " EillER SAVES TRE FAST TRAIN Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 14. An at tempt to wreck the "Scenic Limited" or Missouri, Pacific passenger train No. 19, bound from St. Louis to San Francisco, was made four mlleB east of this city, late today and the success of the plan was very narrowly averted. Two railroad ties were placed across the tracks at a point where the rlgh-of-way is on the brink of the Missouri river. Had the train left the track at this point it undoubtedly would have plunged Into the river. The engineer, however, caught sight of the obstruction in the nick of time and brought the train to a stop a second after the engine struck the ties. One of these was knocked from the track and tho other was caught under the wheels of the engine, but did no damage. The train was filled with passengers en route to the expo sition at San Francisco. A posse with bloodhounds from the Missouri penitentiary tonight began a search of tho neighboring country for the persons believed to have placed the ties on the track. Tho motive for the attempted train wreck Is not understood here. oo IIILAKE COPPER COMPANY FORMED The Mldlake Copper company filed articles of Incorporation with the county clerk with a capital stock of $37,500; divided into shares of the par value of 5 cents each. The com pany has taken over the stock of the Great Salt Lake Copper company at a valuation of $28,411.08. The object of the 'company Is to do a general mining and milling busi ness, with headquarters at Ogden, all the incorporators being Ogden resi dents. The incorporators and first officers of tho now company are as follows: Abram Fcrnlund, president; S. P. Dobbs, vice president; C. A. Redfleld, secretary-treasurer, who, with Joseph Bingham, Annie White, Frederick Gunnarsen and T. R. Tisdale form the directorate. oo Real Estate Transfers The following real estate transfers have been placed on file In tho coun ty recorder's office: Charles R. McGregor and wife et nl., to R. C. Hawkins, part of lot 3, block 4, South Ogden survey. Con sideration ?2950. Samuel Banford and wife to Louis B. Greenwell, part of lots 10 and 12 and all of lot 11, South Washington addition, Ogden survey.' Considera tion, ?150. NAVAl BATTLE IN GULF OF FINLAND Stockholm, via London, Oct. 15. The Aftonbladet's frontier correspond ent says a naval fight has occurred i near Porkala, in the gulf of Finland. I One cruiser Is reported to have been sunk and another heavily damaged. The correspondent adds that a Zeppelin has raided the Finnish coast, causing fires. Porkala is a peninsula in the gulf of Finland, twenty miles southwest of Helsingfors and about 200 miles west of Petrograd. While no mention Is made in tho dispatch from Stockholm aB to tho nationality of the vessels engaged, it is presumed that if a sea battlo has taken place it was be tween Russian and German warships. Tho gulf of Finland off Porkala is the most northerly point where flght- Ing in the world war is reported lo have taken place- .' NEM QUESTION! TREHDKENDLSEN LIQUOR CASE The petition of Iloken Olsen for a writ of habeas corpus was heard by Judge J. A. Howell yesterday and taken under advisement. It will be recalled that Mr. Olsen was convicted in the municipal court for the Illegal sale and retention of intoxicating liquors. Wade Johnson, a local attorney, hearing the case as judge pro tern by stipulation on the part of the attorneys In the case, on a motion for change of venue. Olsen wns sentenced to pay a fine of $150 or serve 150 days in the county jail. The case "was appealed to the dis trict court, but before tho trial be gan the attorneys for Olsen dismissed the appeal and tho matter was re manded back to tho lower court for execution of judgment. Execution of judgment occasioned habeas corpus proceedings, the attorneys for Olsen contending that Mr. Johnson as Judge pro tem did not have jurisdiction of the case, as a change of venue under the criminal code means change of place of trial rather than change of judge, and that attorneys cannot stipu late otherwise. It is also contended that in cases of change of venue the new place of trial shall be In a dis trict where the judge of tho court has concurrent jurisdiction with the one in whose court the action was brought, citing that in this particular case the concurrent jurisdiction would rest in a justice of the peace of some other precinct, Ogden being consid ered as a precinct and the municipal judge being nothing more than ex officio justice of the peace in state cases. It is said that tho case will be tak en to the supreme court, regardless of Judge Howell's decision, for the pur pose of having the court of last resort pass on the law questions involved. oo INTERNED MEN HAVE ESCAPED New York, Oct 11 Missing since Sunday, six warrant officers from tho Interned German cruiser Kronprlnz Wllhelm aro being sought by ships at sea and up Chesapeake bay. Rear Ad miral Beatty, commanding the Nor folk navy yard, yesterday reported the men's absence, to tho navy de partment after he had been Informed of the fact by Captain Thlerfeldcr of the Kronprinz Wilhelm. The missing men left tho Wilhelm last Sunday. They had sixteen hours' liberty and were due to report back on their ship Monday morning. About a month ago they purchased the yacht Eclipse, a sixty-foot, forty-three-ton auxiliary craft that formerly was the property of a retired officer of the United States navy. The men are supposed to have gone, to sea on the Eclipse. They had not secured per mission from the American govern ment to leave local waters. oo DOUBLE TRACK NOW NEARLY READY FOR USE S. R. Toucey. assistant superintend ent of the Wyoming division of the Union Pacific, returned to Ogden this morning from IJark City and depart ed this afternoon for Cheyenne, Wyo., on an inspection trip. While here, he stated that the work on the double track between East Og den and Gateway was rapidly being pressed to completion. The rails are laid and the track is now ballasted to a point near the tunnel at Gateway and it is expected that the track will be ready for servlco by November 15. WILL NOT MAKE TRE TRIP WEST Philadelphia, Pa., Oct 14. The proposed trip to the Pacific coast of the World's Champion Red Sox and the Philadelphia National League pennant winners was declared off to day by Robert B. McRoy, represent ing the National Baseball Commission. oo FRENCH SHIPS ARE TORPEDOED Marseilles, Oct. 15, 12:45 a. m. The liner Mossoul, from Saloniki and Piraeus, which has arrived here, brought the crews of the French steamers Yunnan, Provlncia and Saint Marguerite, all of which were attack ed by submarines In the Aegean sea, Tho Provlncia and Saint Marguerite sank, but the Yunnan has been towed Into port for repairs. Tho Provlncia, according to her of ficers was shelled without warning by an Austrian submarine. Tho boats of the steamer were lowered and the crew was picked up by tho transatlan tic steamor Olympic. It Is assorted that tho Yunnan was torpedoed without being warned. Eight men of the -watch on deck were killed and flvo wounded by the ex plosion of the torpedo. The crew of thirty-two men of the Saint Margue rite took to the small boats of the steamer when sho was attacked and soon afterward the steamer went to the bottom. Members of the crew de clare that the submarine commander did not notify the captain of the Saint Marguerite beforo ho launched his torpedo. oo LOAN CONTRACTS TO BE SIGNED New York, Oct. 14. Although to morrow has been set as the date of making the first syndicate payment on tho $500,000,000 Anglci French five year notes, It was said today that the notes themselves would not be available for about two months Bids for engraving the notes arc now being received and It is probable that tho contract will be awarded beforo Lord Reading leaves the United States next week. Long before the notes emerge from the engravers, however, they will be dealt in on the New York stock ex change. To meet the delay, there will be issued temporary certificates which may be surrendered for the notes when the latter are completed At 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon Lord Reading, chairman of the com mission, and his three British asso ciates and the two French members Octave Hombcrg and Ernest Mallet will go to the office of J. P. Mor gan & Co. and, by signing the loan enntmnf wrlln intn fVin Viiarnw nf American finance a new chapter, marking the first appearance of the United States as the world's banker. Repeated delays in the actual sign ing of tho contracts were explained by the assertion that its details have required far more attention than it was at first thought they would. The syndicate agreement is said to have been signed. This agreement ailots to each underwriter his share of the bonds and unites them all In agreeing to certain conditions already published in connection with the pub lio offerings. Ottawa, Ont. Oct. 14. W. T. White, minister of finance, today returned from New York, where he conferred with Lord Reading and the British treasury representatives regarding tho problem of sterling exchange. Cer tain proposals were made by Minister White with the object of avoiding heavy losses in exchange to tho Do minion government in transferring funds from London to meet war ex penditures In Canada. The question of financing orders placed in Canada for shells and other munitions was also discussed. The proposals made by thu minister will go forward for consid eration by the British treasury. uu MADE ON TEUTONS London, Oct. 14, 8 15 p m. The proposal of replying to German air raids by "bombing his sleeping towns as he bombs ours," received an en thusiastic endorsement at a mass meeting held today in the great Hall of the Cannon street hotel, in the fi nancial district of London. Lord Willoughby de Broke and William Joyson-IIicks, member of parliament, were the principal speak ers at the meeting. 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Adertlaa-ment. Vivian Martin in a humor- I ous photoplay of five reels at M the Isis today. m Copy of Names of Candidates for) Nomination for Mayor, for Commissioner, for Four-Year Term, for Auditor and for j Municipal Judge? of Ogdeii City at the Pri- I mary election to Be Held October 19, 1915: (Place a cross in the square preceding- the names of the person i you favor as candidates for the respective positions.) f Official Primary Ballot! I Candidates for Nomination for the offices of Mayor, Commission. 1 er for the Four-year Term, Auditor and Municipal Judge of Ogdenf City, at the Primary Election, October 19, 1915. & : 1 For Mayor J. S. CAMPBELL. j A. G. FELL f . 4 abbot: ',r. heywood f J. M.WAGNER B l (Vote for One.) ' I ' -j For Commissioner for the Four Year Term I . .j n T. S. BROWNING i JOSEPH J. HILL ' . M - MILES L. JONES ' IE D ' EDWIN WILLIAMS ' j (Vote for One.) - 9- xlfi For Auditor m -It. . ARTHUR F. LARSON i: MR john j. McGregor f D JULIA P. VAN DYKE K (Vote for One.) Mj For Municipal Judge m "- JOHN E. BAGLEY Jtil GEORGE S. BARKER p -t : : -mi D W. B. MURPHY ffig (Vote foe One.) jlg Official Ballot Attest: , - ' ' ' jltS'i IS 4' "