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Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1912, Ogden, Utah f- YOUR WANTS BE KNOWN IN THE EVENING STANDARD A FEARLESS PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER WEATHER FORECAST THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE SNOW NIGHT EXCEPT GENERALLY FAIR IN SOUTHWEST PORTION: COLDER TOMORROW ALLY FAIR Fine OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY 20 Entered as Matter al the Utah Children in England Arc Arc Being Fed by Charity The distress of rutted of the strike which bat thrown ers and more other workmen of tra mlojK'at for are Teaching Ijo to to the leatt of the cities The Earl d who baa Jutt loured the district In Staffordshire In litre for funda tart thousands of children In the district are belm left ten charitable funda In this re- alone are on and the lark of coal tils ont of work rotters to number hr added of Reneral farters men and upon the cf potteries Tie conditions In the Taller the great hire of In- from to lerre an of tUt elsewhere Here tf ml of the of all trades irf Idle anil as thete men no par the families arp thrown charity The mayor of tie largest town In the valley replied to than for alj and In me of the elementary out of IKK are being fed by the tenters Wales fa with three In the whole country Tte cotton are jrad throughout Lancashire and the lut cargo of coal has now been from Newcastle to the south cf What railway traffic for tbe last week showa a of receipts to In ad ditlon to In the wai taken to tbr Jin it unto hi of JWW by Giem River for hit appearance for ulal at the neit term of district court Randall Is to bate at- tacked John the sli on the of March's Randall was Intoxicated at tbe tine Mrs Carsmell was unconscious ted Incoherent fur twenty-four after Wtj found and have died from her Injuries hM tot a cf Jound her after the attack Mrs that ibe wai re- turn Ins to her home a couple of from the depot when the was attacked by who left ber found by her mil neighbors who had alarmed at her prolonged and Instituted A pair of loves and a bottle of said to wont to Randall were picked np the place the victim Ur Mr waa formerly In mining at but moved to rears ago Randall It fs alleged Is addicted to hard He has lived at nearly all DELEGATES North Dakota Prefers Wisconsin Man to Taft or Roosevelt D March till returns received last tight Senator of evidently has a lead mere than over Theodore leh in the first presidential primary election At an early this out of Kite Follette and Roosevelt T if maintained ny the reports other will trine majority over up Li strength was greater In tbe eastern part state rot develop much in tbe west as had been an Ho carried lint one or the of Marshall the IA for national Us a majority which It believed that of The 11 Follette presidential Sectors aJl leen elected majorities same as the bead the The total vole In the state it to be It nt down materially in ibe art on account cf a FLUtY IS A GREAT WALKER K J March tn H of Col f the City York his Intn thr t liy liow Dr mt -a a on Sunday in t i srd a few a ith thirty of to pier the at re raid veil V J After the rv to in company Mrs Van and others it he an n 1 ii mental wear ami fn -n to There M at S a m OF ATTACKED BY March a f THE CANAL Great Interest Is Taken by Foreigners in New New York March lie of Panama to Holland and wbo Is In New York iaj oa bis to Panama alter aa absence of several In Europe sars thit all tbe European art readr to taVe eien advantage of tha Panama ranal One of tbe last things he brard be- fore for New York tbe Ulk of a new steamship line which It It and Portland Or via tht Isthmian canst You cannot hare anr Idea tald Tlr of the peat Interest taken In Ibe canal In Eu- all the e the ust of on aa will be lessels filing American flat None them seemed to think Out the American congress jive American the benefit of a differential DENSE FOG Awakes in New York Instead of Washington New York March Taft found himself a visitor to New York when he awoke thla morning He had to In ton hut Instead found himself In New York for a houra on account of fog The president was a passenger night on the t which Is usually ferried around the city on a car float Put because of heavy fog the railroad of would venture to send the president's car by the river route The train switched into the Grand Central yards where the car the Colonial was run on a aiding Before retiring the president left Instructions not to be disturbed Police guarded the car throughout night After breakfast President Taft made a call at the home of hit broth er Taft and then went to the Pennsylvania where he took the train for Washington SIOUX CITY FIRE Sioux City Is March Isit caused br the burning of electric fuse wire destroyed the story brick building of the Furniture company at the corner of Fifth and Douglas streets causing a of The City Morales minister from the I Journal was damaged by this A few ultra patriotic organs indulged In tbe hut mm men t firm The rent standard the of above by Mr vide acceptance buf it In out that Mr are deceptive and would work out In not lesa than two to one The Post referring to Ihls Mr U lo Germanr CASE FOR SHERLOCK HOLMES Uhl March deputy from was In today trying to find lire cf taken from a room meat market last night Tbe was worth abont per Mck It belonged to Nate and was teint stored till Tbe theft was discovered by soine who noticed a fine of along street The In teed wai away was driven by one horse which had on three feet tbe other hoof bare Outlaws Now Said to he in a New Stronghold DROP IN WHEAT DUE TO FAVORABLE STRIKE NEWS March for a settlement of tbe strike had a Warith Influence today on wheat larger from tbe Argentine also counted against the bull The opening were to down May started at to 1.01 the same change from last at the market A drop to 1.01 followed with May at Cold weather gave to com The tendency to wan however ty the of wheat May to at 71 to 71 C-S and to 71671 Oats showed hut franty of Prices under eral offerings May rd to a lower at SS and drained to An advance at the There active fn the part of the First ranged to with July for for lard for ribs PRODUCE Price March utra la creamery cooking lie ranch roc Cheese 17 Utah V A Iff itr case ol CJ Produce h at mart cnn dinary 1 I D C nii w T rows Lexers so rf 7 17 on t water TO PIECES Women and Children Killed in a Gas sion in Pennsylvania Scranton March n gas explosion It believed by IT nine persons were killed and two today more here TWO families com- moraen and were either to In or burned In the fire that followed and destroyed three The MRS JOHN AND HKU Rose 3 Lucr 11 It VITO ber two children Mary aped 7 anl Frank I Thr of Mary was in he of a tree fifty from the of the explosion a half tour after the Mnro near the iff re of the were badly by the the and of persons were cat of their beds and braised During wwli mine set Miners and Operators Cannot Agree on Wages to be Paid Cleveland Ohio March dif ference of twenty rents In the sought and that offered confronts i point of and mine workers today The mine workers want m ton for coal they get ont while operators meet them a counter that tV payment be only 55 10 recta less than tV ers under that expires Marrb 31 t thirty-two open tors and Tolne I tbe e of OMo Indiana and are to the o ference They to reach agreement If both appear not to yield upon tbe major points -A long of work April 1 If cot d U as was for tht operators last they had conferred that they were agreed to stand by their demand of a ten-cent redaction Va March day found detectives and rounding to I another mountain strong hold la j the Carroll court bouse are thought to at hay nut a of the Jant miles the home of Kloyd Allen now Is tu be tbe of the outlawed Posses reinforced by ery available nan from gathered that the Aliens had out vt refuge at Spur and reached cut was brought to Uit night by a mounted afterward Detect lie Felts leader of the off for Ridge at the bead of a band Allen U raid to been en yesterday afternoon bis war the trail from Spur and It IP believed that ed the Chestnut Ridge ration the rent of the men wanted People here think that If U cot that refuse to him fron a journey of length younger of b fore bin mould made their w through the bills and started west ICO GORGE IN MISSISSIPPI Warsaw March in tbe about a half mile below here but re- ports that the riam had bur ft are untrue Great masses and cakes are piling up and has rUen three feet and six since 3 o'clock High water mark Is 21 feet loel far ban been to finding of the If gorge tiot and the much valuable property nay be PORTO RICANS ASK TO BE CITIZENS VorV March V cf for official as to how public doc can with trouble and at trifling Tbe Idea that most generally that this clan of literature may be secured through courtesy of of la In so slight a that it bad best be corrected are afon and ap edition thousand tf pro rats to only a few cf the or representative for reference the few left over and those constituents wbo then write for them are sarily through nJ nf tbe man whom they A tinn the reader who is In a publication will best by tbe cial known as tbe of Printing Office Washington D who to have reprinted any goT for there Is a demand and fell saine at Mit to all applicants and remittance can then as required br ising such rales accompany cider Wealthy Woman Ar- rested For Smuggling Hangs Herself Men Who Planned to Kill Sec Knox May Be Executed tb Orleans March remit cf the alleged by of a to in tht of the Secretary State Knox alarm Only j his there it not several In to received today frnn Thirteen dynamite the roadbed train Corinto tn and with an electric battery were a few ago the cellar dropped of a bouse tbe of the street and sacral to the oa ladlen Ift by the of that ft as a broken ma in by thr mine found its way inta cellar nf the where It In nne an t when rame in an I in the hom MUST REPAY THE WEDDING MONEY IT M ibe To President Taft morrow then will return to Ms hone In Tenn to his law practice Mr enthusiastically the and prosperity of be has been for two I do n-1 there Is a in the union where the tn the means are the they hue be said There It rre they the and that I think IK a one They feel a American i That expressed and j IE the of rioth I country hoth j Taft I ruf h I no In rf t promises why j be j Idem lr they that a Rican is a man without I a country New March Carson of Pan who was arrested here for several thousand dollars worth of Jewelry her arrival India ride early today by out of the window of the Hotel tell Tho body ef Mrs Carbon reen b a pedestrian from a dew on the floor of he hotel The clerk wan and the door rf room was forced A rope tied to the radiator pained nut of the and at the end the body of tbe woman The body still warm mites were In the room rue cf which was to attorney Their contents were not made Mrs here day fore thr Pbe wis ed en the tf emus and after shn con that fhe had Jewel rj which the authorities valued On her arrival Mrs Carson hai a of but had undervalued On her the down and told of amount of MJT had into the country concealed In her ha and In ber baccare un day Mrs Ler hotel She as Mrf Car fon cf Paris She was JA year of ace a trip the world and Faroe after o'clock a rope from a In her inon one eLd to a t lipped and out of the at rt o'clock The second note left lir Car Paul U ry No West Cal in her statement 1 will confers that not the 1 also a of Gas Explodes and Is On Fire Fort Smith Ark H ared that men were Killed when mine No of the Coal at OUU today by an In the ninth If vol Fire and noko thus fur have any One brought out 10 burned that there Is little hope of altte the other fl A train left here at 11 a m all available and tth to m at tbe to the Indicate a heavy t lite RESCUE FORCE CALLED Okla March left here for No Intimation then im ax to the of IS IGNORANT OF AMERICAN LAWS renno Cal March Samuel nf thin city and subject of Grent tor Austin nf fhe told to up nn ihr of tho Stairs find rf ami bacl after vli He to rhow lie of Imw the trd and her that the As Mr bas inent an an local in 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