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B - . i, THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912. ' 0
I PRICES CREAM 1 1 Baking Powder H jg Purity in food, lower cost of living H ' f these are the demands of the day. H j Pure food is health, and health is economy itself. We can- H ( not have health without healthful food. H I The most healthful foods are the quickly raised flour foods H ' biscuit, cake, muffins, crusts and other pastry when perfectly 4 H ' made from wholesome ingredients. H Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these foods in specially '- B attractive, appetizing and wholesome form, and for both H i ;- economic and hygienic reasons, such foods should be more H u largely substituted for meat in the daily diet. fl But bear in mind that alum, or m ,jp; unwholesome baking powder, can Hj k never make pure, wholesome food. DYING AND DEAD MINGLE H H j German Official Hears H Agonizing Groans of Hr ' Dying Men Beaten B (By Alphonse Guinct.) H Turkish Headquarters, Hademkeul. M Nov, 15. (Delayed In transmission.) Ht Thanks to the kindness of a German ""H officer In the service of the Turkish H.'f government I have been able to pene- Mff trate to this city, the name of which V represents for the whole Ottoman """V world the last hope the last plank """V of safety of a conquered people. H Hademkeul is no longer a city; it is ""HF no longer an intrenched camp; it is """H not even an army headquarters. It is ""Hf I a necropolis of tombs strewn with B thousands of bodies which await their "Hf sepulchre. It is also an Immense hos- "H j pital, In the open air, with its thou- ""H sands of fever-stricken ones, of ty- ""H phold fever suffering ones and of chol- "H era victims who are dying out, for "H there are neither doctors nor medl H cines. I do not know how thore could l exist a sight more moving than that B which my eyes have seen. H , Appalling Scenes. H Imagine streets of dead and dying H whom you encounter, not at every ten H , yards, hut without a break in groups of four or five, thrown one upon the other Death in common seemed to them, perhaps, less awful. I have seen these dying ones drag themselves on hands and knees toward a wall toward a shelter, groaning from pain and begging for a drop of water I have seen them biting the earth as though digging already the grave that was refused to others. I have seen thorn expire with awful contractions, using their last breath to curse those who"e fault or negligence has found them such a hetacomb. And all these thousands of bodies were scarcely removed when others took their places, piled one upon the other. In this immense camp, open to the sky, they were thrown by ama teur undertakers upon ox carts whicn carried them nway. Half o: them slid off at the first lurch of the waij pn and tumbled inert Into the deep worn ruts. k I have seen them mingled with bod ies of horses. Dying and Dead Mingled. I have passed near these ox carta and heard the groans of the dying confounded with the dead. "Who can ever describe the agony or theso brave men who came to seek death upon the field of battle and who expired so shamefully? Who shall say what was their last thought? Who will know their last malediction and how many widows and orphans shall come some day to revenge those who disappeared and to claim justice? Against the wall of the little house which shelters me seen unhappy wretches have just expired. I heard their groans throughout the night, they falling under my windows, while oth ers ware driven nway into tho dlstnnrr H f . , ; Hf If One Physzdajn Could Relieve Every Case of ' I ! RHEUMATISM 1 H Sciatica and Neuritis H r-vinrnS06 toown tfaai A Py"e 1'rring Tiere eon!d RZ- H I.IEVt EVERY CASE of ihcamatlra. sciatica and neuritis, the Hl tufieroTt o-tiiu and sarrontidinj; cities would crowd hi office. H i nc Pf"'"3, in ?1CT' York a ipccialiit irl hi profcjuon, has f of?- btJ-t.&lJJI1--10 relieve practically every H CASE PREaENiED TO HIM, with a prescription which it """"""""-,' i knoTrn as MJKlTO.' It u an ethical precnption and coa- w" '" ""i7 P" nor narcotics; and it has proven itlf in mora H ? i,0?T .c:l", ,0 a POtlTe antidote for the uric acid in tho B I ysCei TrWch caurt rheuraatim. sciatica sr.d neuririt. H I Ao dunc u n;cMiar7 on the contrarr. yew are recornmended H ' to eayoar caaal allotpent of food. No matter how badly you are H tuCerinc, jw -rtiW bcin lo feel ibe medicine work at once. H Wc ars prepared lo how yoa proofs, backed by affidavit. The H KZilciJ5r''Witi.ZJii7c "2 c is n in thin city in person. H WJT THE ircDIClNE THAT HE PRESCRIBES IS HERE. H . nnio. vrhwh u in powder form, e!ls for $1 and 2 a box. H , ,t.,r7 i? nicana to be convinced lo replace your pains and achea M with eninuiiisra fwthw advancement in medicine. Mae!lral Cherai- M I eil Crt, FUtiron Bldt.. New York. For sale by M I Badcon Pharmacy, A. E. Mclntyre, Proprietor; H ! and all other leading druggiBta. V-, I Uncalled for Made to Measure 1 UNDERWEAR At MANUFACTURER'S COST L. D. S. Garments Utah Knitting Store 302 Twenty-fifth Street 1 by men who beat them and cuffed them. It is this one sees at Hademkeul How many are dying? They are un countable. They are all dying It is the entire Ottoman army that Is per ishing. Cholera Is sparing nobody. Ah Riza Pasha, who until yesterday was commanding general of artillery, has fallen a victim himself. And jet 1 have heard Turkish officers certain of nearby victory. I uu NEW BANK IS TO ABSORB STATE BANK A new banking Institution, mention of which was made in the Standard three months aso, will commence op erations in Ogden beforo January 1. The now concern will include the Se curity Trust & Savings bank, which has been doing business in Ogden for the past two years and is the out growth of a plan to make that in Btoltution a national bank. At the outset the bank will be capitalized, for $150,000, but the capital ma be In ci cased from time to time as the occasion demands. Until the new Klesel building Is completed at the corner 'of Twenty fourth street and Hudson avenue the new company will conduct Its busi ness in the quarters now occupied by the ' Security Trast & Savings bank. To meet the demands of sheepmen, warehouses will be maintained where wool growers may secure money on iheir wool at home while waiting for a stronger market. Those who have subscribed for stock in tho new concern follow: Emlle Allec, Rockland, Ida.; Louis Bittqn, Ogden, Utah; V. F. Burton, Ogden; Jessie G Barber, Ogden; L Reitman, Ogden; Thomas R. Beasou, Ogden; B. F. Bratz, Ogden, L. H. Becraft, Ogden; John M. Carter, Park Valley, Utah; Frank E. Carter, Park Valley; Amasa Callahan, Rosette, Utah; J. W, Chrisraan, Opal, Wyo ming; Edwin Dix, Oden; Samuel G. Dye, Ogden; J. H. DeVine, Ogden; George Dawson, Ogden; J. R. For rest, Ogden; V. E. Garber, Sacra mento, Cal.; Frank Gras, Soda Springs, Ida.; C. II. Gosling, Ogden; Fred J. Hirschl, Rosette, Utah; Les lie S, Hodgson, Ogden; Carl A. Ihk, Ogden; P. B. Johnston. Twin Falls, Ida.; Pierre Jouglard, Soda Springs, Ida.? E. James, Harrlsville, Utah: David James, Park Valley, Utah; Fred J. Kicsel, Ogden: Fred V. Keisel, Sacramento; Dr. Ellis Kackley, Soda Sprinss.Ida.; Gertrude Koons, Ogden; C. T. Kcons, Ogden; Ida Kackley, Soda Springs, Ida.; Paul Kuhn, Ogden; Mrs Therese Kuhn, Ogden: John Mc Dermott, Ogden; Anna McDermott, Ogden; George McCormick, Ogden, Hebcr McKay, Ogden; Dr. John F. Morrison, Ogden; George D. Mitch ell, Ogden; O P. Aieckes, Ogden; J. C, Nye, Ogden; L. M. Nelson, Hunts vllle, Utah, J. P. O'Neill, Ogden; Adam Patterson. Los Angeles, Cal.; J. P. Pons, McCamraon, Ida.; Roy P. Pugsloy, Rosette, Utah; M. Rich Por ter, Ogden; Harold J. Pcery, Ogden; T. D. Ryan, Ogden; R. H. Ryan, Og den; J. T. Rushmer, Ogden; Cath erine M. Rlchey, Ogden: Charles F. Robcrson, Opay, Wyoming; Mrs. C. F. Roberson, Opal, Wyoming; Albert Rose, Kelton, Utah; Abe Rose, Sho well, Utah; J. G. Read and Bros., Og den; D. D. Rowlands, Ogden; C, B. Sears, Ogden; Mrs. Kate Shufflebar gcr, Ogden; M. G. Scovlllo & Sons Co, Ogden: Frank J. Stovens. Ogden; P. J. VIcks, Ogden; Cora E. Vicks, Ogden; Joseph Williams, Ogden, D. R. Wheelwright, Ogden; E. T. Wood, Soda Springs, Ida.; A. T. Wright, Og den; J. M. Wilbur. Eden, Utah; A. Yates, Ogden; H. Yates, Ogden. Ol' Acad tho Classified Ads. ST. GEORGE HOTELBURNS Three Killed, Twenty In jured in Midnight Fire in Los Angeles Los Angelos, Cal., Nov. 19. Three persons are known to have beon killed and about 20 injured in a fire at the St. George hotel on East Third street near Main at midnight. The firo started In the second floor and, drawn up through the elevator shaft, It spread go rapidly that those on the fifth and sixth floors who did not receive the warning in time were compelled to jump from the win dows. Those who lost their lives jumped from the upper floors. The Dead. Mrs. Charlotte Hairington, Mrs. El la Moran, Joseph Martin, a jewelry clerk. The Injured. Baby Harrington, IS months old, daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Harring ton, slightly burned; Ray Harrah, vaudeville performer. Injured from jumping from the sixth floor, Mrs. Ray Harrah, injured jumping from sixth floor; Julius Malonc, colored, engineer at hotel, fatally burned; Jef ferson Osborne, moving picture ac tor, burns on face and arms. The others were only slightly in jured. Many had miraculous escapes from death and perhaps a score or more owe. their lives to heroism of Oscar Jones, who ran the single elevator of thevhotel, making trips to the sixth floor and down with the small car ackcd with humanity until the .'lames and smoke made further trips Impossible. There were also a number of hero ic rescues by the firemen. Mrs. Harrington, who was a mem ber of a company playing at a local theater, lost her life jumping from the fifth floor. Escapo had been cut off, the only means having been a single stairway in the building, which was soon ablazo. She first tossed I her baby, aged IS months, into the net held by the firemen and then Jumped, but missed the net and sus tained injuries which caused hor death a short time later at a hotel across the street to which she had been removed. Crushed to Death. A woman whose name was said to be Mrs. Ella Moran jumped from a sixth story window on the front of, the hotel and was crushed to death on the sidewalk below. I Mr. and Mrs F. J Bock Jumped from a sixth story window. Mrs Bock immediately got to her feet and stag gered a short distance from the place It was not until she had been tak- en to the receiving hospital that it, was learned that her back had been i broken. I Bock also jumped from the same . window, but his injuries are not se-1 rlous. Mr. and Mrs, Bock were said lo have come here recently on their honeymoon trip. The fire did comparatively little damage except to the upper floors. I OO I BULGARIAN LOSS IS VERY HEAVY London, Nov 19 Reviewing the campaign, the Sofia correspondent of the Times estimates that 50,000 men have succumbed to wounds or diseasp that is. about one in forty of the whole male population. The significance of this great sac rifice, he says, is scarcely realized in a country which bears its losses with admirable stoicism. There Is no list of dead or wounded, and nobody asks for It, but as the end Is In sight, it will be the duty of the government to see that the brave peasants whose graves He thick in the fields of Thraco shall have died not In vain. Nothing less than the total extinction of Turk ish rule in Europe, Bulgarians saj, can be accepted Referring to the cholera, the cor respondent says the Bulgarian troops are abundantly supplied with rakla spirit made from the grapes at Kirlc Kilisseh. which i3 regarded as effec tive in the prevention of the disease. CALIFORNIA FRUIT BOYCOTTED BY BUYERS New York, Nov, 19 On the piers and In the yards of thp Erie railroad yesterday there were 150 cars of Cal- BEST FOR mbYs bm cuticura SOAP It tends to keep baby's skin clear and healthy, prevents minor erup tions, and establishes a permanent condition of skin and hair health. Assisted by Cuticura Ointment it is unrivaled in the treatment of ec zemas, rashes and other itching, burning infantile eruptions so often the cause of baby's fretfulncss and sleeplessness. Cnttconi &p xi ointment oM throusboul ttie ortd. liberal Mmplool etch mailed fr. kIUi 32-p. book. Addrcra 'Cutlcnra." DeP' MP.IfcMton. TeniVr-ticed una ahavo In comiort with CuU ttt Bi Bhiila BUck. Ubftl sample Xrte. iforia fruit worth $300,000, but not a box of it was sold, no bidders appear ing at the dally auction at the foot of Chambers street. Tho Fruit Buyers' association, representing about 350 wholesale fruit dealers, had gone on strike, and whatever California fruit reached hotels and householders yes terday came from last week's supply. Unless tho receivers or the agents of the shippers of the fruit in Cali fornia come to terms, the buyers sav that not a bit of California fruit will leave the docks and the supply un hand will last only a few days. The strike is the result of dissatis faction with the methods of the re ceivers who are leally -the brokers for the California shippers. SAFEREMEOYENOS CATARRHMISEREES Gives Instant Relief, Cures and Prevents Catarrh and Cold in the Head. The quickest, best and safest way lo cure catarrh cr a cold in the head is by using a remedy that will "touch the spot" and do Its work quickly without leaving any bad effects. Ely's Cream Balm, which Is applied to the nostrils or rubbed on the throat or chest gets right at the root of the trouble and Instantly relieves even the worst case of catarrh or cold. A few minutes after npplied you can feel a loosening up in the head, the pain and soreness are gone, the sense of taste, smell and hearing come bock, and you feel like a different person. , Ely's Cream Balm cleanses, heals and strengthens the Inflamed mem branes, takes away that stuffed up feeling and dull pain In the head, re lieves tho throat soreness and stops the nasty discharge which is the cause of the disgusting hawking, spitting, blowing of the nose, and foul breath. Hay fever victims who are made mlserableby fits of sneez ing, coughing and wheezing get in stant and permanent relief by the use of this simple remedy. Don't suffer another minute. Ely's Cream Balm will relieve you Immed iately, and a 50 cent bottle will more than likely work a complete cure. All druggists sell It. (Advertisement) TEXAS EDITOR IN SENATE 3 MONTHS R. M. Johnston. R. M. Johnston, editor of the Hous ton Post, will Mil the unexpired term of Senator Bailey of Texan, who baa quit public life to take up thu prac tice or lav.' In Now York city. Johns ton was for several years DeraocratJo national committeeman from Texas. He is one of the leaders of. the antl prohlbltlon faction of the party In that stnte. Johnston is to receive hl8 appoint ment at the bands of Gov. Colquitt Congressman Sheppard, who la the senatorial nominee by preferential vote, will bo elected by the legislature for the full term and take his seat March 4. oo About Books. I preXer always to learn .from the author himself how he did think, than to hear from another .bow he ought to have thought. How often tho cursory reading of a book, which Irresistibly carries one with It, exercised the greatest influ ence on a man's whole life, and pro duced at once a decisive efftct, which neither a second perusal nor earnest reflootiou can olther strength en or modify. I turn bock toward the beloyed an cients who still constantly, like dis tant blue mountains, distinct In their outlneB and masses, but Indiscernible In their parts and Internal relations, bound tho horizon of my Intellectual wishes. ! Always fortunate Is that epoch In I a literature when the great works of the past again Hbo up as If thawed, and como Into notice, because they then produce a perfectly fresh effect Goethe. Inflnrtoslmal. Visitor Tour rival town, Bunkvllle, 1b quite a town, isn't it? Undo Eben Bah! That town Isn't big enough to get a metropolitan daily's scarehead on "Tho Eyes of the Entire Country Are Turned on Bunk vllle Today" when they hold a Presi dential preference primary. GREEKS ARRIVE; TURKS SURRENDER Belgrade, Nov. 19. The fighting that preceded the surrender of Monas tir lasted two days. The Servians had occupied all the high points to the northwest of the town. Thoy brought up a large number of field batteries, howitzers and other heavy guns, which enabled them to silence the Turkish artillery. On Saturdays Servian division was ordered to Btorni a position west of f IP"" M - is the ladder on which success g ti iL 'Vfmt Iffl is reached. Your credit is good 1 jfS ' bA JL t here and you get tho best ? ' W . merchandise. $ Ez "The ,atf01ial" enables yon to dross well on Credit. The l H "National" Gives big values, satisfaction and unlimited credit $ H io everybody. Open an account vith the "Nitiosal" r.zd en- ? Ss joy prosperity. Men and women vhose means are limited arc J Kf enjoying the necessities and luxuries of life by buying their K lw wearing apparel at the "National." Extra specials in our p IS I Buy an Irrigated Farm at 8 !The Land of the Giant Sage" 4 l cz S IS a excursions I ' Every Tuesday and Friday j J For prices, terms and particulars, see j! 1 H. M. MONSON THOS. E. BROWNING f f Office Under Utah National Bank. I 1 -,-jiLLi.m-u-i lam . . iiiiiiini i ii i mi " ?ll 4 HOLIDAY j! AP EXCURSIONS 11 n I mm " 5 JJB SPECIAL RGU1 TRIP FARES ! ' ROM OGDEN TO VI j I Portland, Ore. v Spokane, Wash. f ( North Yakima, Wash. ! ) Walla Walla, Wash. I ll Lewiston, Ida. iMj Pendleton, Ore. 'I V HO ', , J , San Francisco f Ji Los Angeles 'S $40 :j m Seattle, Wash $51.20 I ATacoma, Wash $48.70 Liberal Stopovers fe Diverse Routes thru California I Long Limits Jm On Sale Nov. 23 and 25 -TB, Dec. 21 and 23 M CITY TICKET OFFICE i 2514 Washington Ave. ffi PAUL L. BEEMER, C. P. & T. A. g 1 I F. S. KING BROS. CO., LARAMIE, WYO. 1 I I If I Range rams for sale, large and well boned. 1 I Also thoroughbred ewes in car lots or I p 1 small numbers. Also flock headers. I I I Respectfully yours, 1 1 i F.S.KING BROS. CO. J I lb If5 . UMt M A COLLEGE PROFESSOR says a knowledge of bread-making is j 1 vastly more important for girls than a - B knowledge of Greek. ffl It's easy to make good bread with m CRESCENT FLOUR I . , JeHi the town bold by 20,000 Turks with seventeen guns. Colonel Ncdlch, com manding the Servian Moravia division, was detailed for this operation. Ho encountered great difficulties In the marshy ground, but eventually pre cnted the attempt of the Turks In this section to break through and re treat Into Albania. According to unofficial reports the TurkH suffered, the Iobs of 20,000 kill ed and wounded, including several su- 5 perlor officers. ' & In the meantime the Servian right ja wing swung around and seized the j? Dollntzee-Glawar road, cutting into -"flw. tlie Turkish line of communication. S The Turks thus surrounded fought ' Ito'' desperately, and it Is supposed that ;lB5S the arrival of tho Greek army from iBiS the south rendered surrender Inevlt- BS' able. " I'