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Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1912, Ogden, Utah EVENING STANDARD A FEARLESS INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER WEATHER FORECAST THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE FAIR NIGHT WITH CONTINUED COLD AND TUESDAY FAIR Fl Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING APRIL 1 1912 Enured it the Utah Coal Miners Quit and Other Operations Likely to Suspend MANY NOTED MEN ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF CONGRESSMAN H H BINGHAM KNOWN AS THE FATHER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Daring A at Burglary in Crowded NewYork s York April ol New York April Dyer miners are but of work In ticket aient In the Siith avenue 5 road station at Cortlandt street la central field heart of the downtown financial i ii portion ot the In- district was thot In the face and the movement U late lait by a youth eft between men and to cone In and help himself within the next tea pushed a revolver m men are more dow ani fired two shots one bullet Tie union men are to take m refer hallot at once ai to whether tif modified terms for a new are to be accepted ani Is a general that the result of the ballot will be to return n outcome cf the in I Ohio and depend alto the for new scales In other cf the country where et agreements do not expire until The man aild he Frank 18 years old ot Albany X T and with no address in this citr will WHEAT UP April to sell 1 or later Southern and wheat pouted in today and caused it Mem mines and comparatively few a sharp break Stop-loss unloading in the Mountain Hates arc was ft feature with only by this status of Hie northwest and Virginia and Kentucky seasonable weather In Texas and will not be at- lahoma led to knore an unless the present at due to Men becomes a strike Ing stocks world's ship- predominates In mines were In of the men In similar situations In ham it harp shown a to continue at worl Many Miners men are imlr affected today and some more scattered through Inn districts cf the country are watching toe bull side The was J S lower to up May started at to 1.02 from to a like dropped to 1 01 and reacted to Efforts to reallie profits were In the eom crowd that the tie of the Ita rouM the effect upon nun lure May opened to Metier pcd conditions It 71 In 75 to 1 ml Mil best thirty all will have resumed If the votes and 1 favorably and the last ten days of that j Eity present a problem as to to Industries of all acter Settlement Soon April believe the suspension cf In the hard coal region Into effect will not and the meeting April result In a basis c This Is trie operators by the tart that there bare been no of shown on cither what proposition miners of cats f honed to secure The Idra was that thr wet weather 1 an which shouli I made ths meet of May Marted at tumbled 1 snd to 51 fnr the price In n but of era In as a were at 2 to 17 with July op- to for pork COPPERS STRONG New York April resumption 4 rf In the IIIM fthat proposition miners he on Mork ai 1 has not heen h'lt I curators think thr point f at of the nf the wrlon of the operators are in cf jn tho era an Increase while brtcH Anaconda anl railroad Is said to an j an Of which were 1 to 3 that It a win of vt Its of profit cin St Paul was It IB reported today several while American companies had j trial their were steady i mining tnat this i wan fold to at In- j in rf Va reaped cost rifle affective Certain othe I railway notably Indiana Mines Deserted were strong hut tho Ind April mas jn State few anJ other men em- to Veep the In tie coal of are today and they remain Idle until the twenty iva miners notice that il to in been hy a in and of Mine Workers of America that the contract will be ur almost unanimous vote In will not be i in of them j r weeks PRODUCE Price ftah I Creamery ll carters Says They Stand in the Way of Social and Economic Progress FITZGERALD 1 I SENATOR April men of national ramp In attend of known father nf or Thow who rame from to funeral C lark of Nelson Nixon and of M Moon Tall Structure in York for an Airship Station And PC and of New York Jones of Virginia of Moon of and former non The and Oliver former Speaker Cannon of Black Collector of Internal Revenue William former P r Jr Frank D la lanoe of the national beard tmdf H Hall of common Stale Senator II Vare former Mavr Roy hum vey John P of ino uel Dr Waller H William M Bunn J HILL OOT ap New York printed broadcast the district today makes tbe lowin the plans of has a larpe on rn which it at once hulM a building of I m- I died will be feet j in with a fnr a ty airship station will The Wat as hUh aa any building now in tlie April Former Lifts of irl I Inlay by tho States rf tho the Oil company of from the ard lining under ti n in a New His Voice lo ate Fury Not a Train Moving on Union in or Out of Nebraska New York April court f which In the ot the attacked Major In an article led in the current of a law Bench and liar I to the courts of thlt country stand la tbe way of social and economic pi T Is tie question assed by major who for fears be his election u major was i of tbe supremo court Ills answer Is ther du and have so for a long time Bui this Is nothing new In all ates and everywhere the courts legal rules of thumb al wars with failure and with Injury to industry commerce and the social good more than to see a bench of uld men a rule net against and will of tbe Jesus Socrates and nho ranie after them fell victims to Judicial hut th courts hare not teen able to Plop Tbe decision ot tho supreme court remanding tbe boy Scott tack to slav err only the o the Mayor then cites severa Judicial decisions which b arc planted In tbe pat I of Among these are the ons the lavs the manufacture nf in bouses and for- thf nf fnr women In factories the New York Stale law aspirants tor the office ot the Lare about the recall of decisions ss though It were a new It not new at all We bate It for a time do It In this state have a new llon every twenty and many times we frequently putt tional It well If lint Inn nt th States rould hy a tinnil every twenty rears INDICTMENTS RETURNED April tne of Florida In the mrnt nf returned the Jury today C A P und Frank K Tbr are chariM with ha vine or faUr the and bave that the of technical of the them and from the department merr by to land promoters CLARK ON ILLINOIS PRIMARY Omaha Neb April tbe time Flare tbe nai built not a train Is in ur out Omaha Additional are re- J at and aru tifi up The only out pf are it and the U trains that road via St Joseph Tho tract of the It at that the Pacific li off from the nf this track the west The Governor in the Air I Incoln Apill a ladder by tirs rails only of fthat had a railroad tt Bouth made his after bating marooned by tbr Balers for more than 21 hums fret the of tbe had leen entirely washed bv thr hich and the rails bunc from the fo nf tho j the wooden tin held T I The had bren on tUlt to the made to reach coln l-y tolay of Devastation Cairo 111 April from Kentucky and Illinois talca of the tilth wtter vt the Ohio ani The at fret A MK forre nf are the and of arc fnr life if the rs to the AH rf thp and nation of KT tbr water to xn over the top ot Ibe The Iron Mountain track between Cairo and It water and art being detoured Mobile Ohio the Cairo nf that ed by the local l s Is en IT BIG COFFEE MAN DIES INTESTATE In if Standard Oil r j Oil York corporal ion Ml 1 firat in nf Indiana company a New and the a w ith the prices anl 10 n found them operators nf creamery firsts 17 mlM UT case of CO Na Strike TIM May 1 Kansas City Mo April Pi nay he the final of rail of the ma l minors siil of thf to on -1 Dr the Ma I This In in ivc of IKO n of tutU the j miners that H j In this 21 and Texas 1 Kansas miner airl ca meet here 4.2 in In t at the i MI 11 f thn he by thr f T Iowa Miners Quit Moines Amll e In t3 and fast April 1 at I1 of this will fnr a Undies for thr which direct the council Ice 1 to the the t their on tbe houfe of 1 trip will be made in Abo u The Is di here by tbe raoney truH In witli the Hank of Knzl.mi Trio peculiar name of the Mr the h of the lit 1 in Of vim ei thn ot the cf in- Oil w a ami n-t a P us charter wn be forfeited it company dl.! a The Tne was pa thf and wore In t o irt April I lohn Uin ol New of the Internal tonal e Furum availed r for the recall nf In a h Lift at South quoted Dr Hill and then he I inc 1 he fine way the and its I ins head attempts to its j the heart rT r j j tion fieM 111 April Tho rhamp fiT at thf Hatp primary April i filled tte of state today rn Col ard his name will place tin president Tuffs name on the th WILL SPEAK THREE TIMES York April The H i city i m HI i HI r tr ati t II that the than il cni thr r-i by The ican iiv and ir This 1 pro i- 1 d I lie I I it mn on i it j la I if MAY REHEAR NT CASE a M f c an 1 CHARGES AGAINST W D HAYWODD William I ft i TUT of the of Conn 1 fur III tli h 1 r n t FIXING THE BLAME Tin k III l nf Jury ti nf rl ii IIH With ihr still iii Hi tut HUM in List on a fnr if Tl i ip I I I ir In c nti not 1 nt i C A F ii POLE n l tin anl i i- to tell f for L UPHELD l The ti ot the approved the Indiana anil inv f New ni th union cf n of textile at the head of IhU ri- the lar Sn and w fane of In- K bv I el I STONECUTTERS MAY STRIKE In Inc lr CIGAR LO n M him it i P John hirn tits about up hope nf ft It It at Inherit It and Mm Ar- dkd frars arr thu William a of John Vlr in of tta j incus rf ral ac He and and N cipal attorney for i roef to to AN ALLIGATOR MUZZLING LAW San Francisco April of a a loan Mill to consider the rfi an Mr P I cf thlt town lias an rath time the animal from its women ar I children in thf ti I to the c-f that f an Pr t tn On Ii nf OUTLAWS TRAIL irar
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