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   Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1912, Ogden, Utah                             LET YOUR WANTS. BE KNOWN IN THE EVENING STANDARD A FEARLESS, PROGRESSIVE WEATHER FORECAST THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL DE GENERALLY FAIR AND COLDER TONIGHT; FRIOAV FAIR. Fl Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 14, 1912 Entered ai Second-class Milter it the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. MIS 0 TAX Underwood Presents the New Bill and De- fends the Same March tfce constitutionality of the eiclie tix bill, extending protUioni cf the rorporatlon tax to Indlrld- sili and submitted rtTenna measure to replace customs on sugar, RepretcuutiTe rood, chairman of the ways and meant committee, made a report to home todir nrglnc the paisate 'of the bill. After inline the ecnsUtatlcmalttr of the proposed Uw, proclatmlnr It In ab- jolate with supreme court decii.oni relatloc to the Income tax. the report explain! the prottilons anj KTJW of the measure as It would af- ftct Indlrlduals. "While the sajB the report, a new application of taxes. H farrirt all the modern phtlosophjr of taxation. H proposes to oblige the citizen to contribute annually a fair and just proportion of his net galas to tbe maintenance of the Koverament Ai already stated, this hill. It enacted Into accomplish ID the tcala all the of a avntral Income tax and at the same time escape the dlMpproral of the vapreme court, as it keeps well within the principles laid down by that court In sustaining the romt.tutlonaWy ol the corporation tix'law. To Illustrate the editable adjust- nient of the excise law recommended a person baring an Income of lets than tS.OOQ ft year would par not while a person whose basinets earns 110.000 net would par no tax on the first and on the second fS.OOO would par onlr a year." tbe report asserts that the burden of "our present Indirect taxation falls, upon people biting tomes of less than Tbe report call tbe proposed bill a romblnitlon of tbe excise tax of HIS tbe corporation tax law of both of which "hare been held rat Id la all reypects by tbe supreme court." Tbe report then continues; Tnder a svstem of nattonsl tin- tlon, teased wholly on consumption, wealth necessarily Its fair hbare of tbe burden of supporting the cniernment. whlrh Kites wealth the recesf-arr protection under which It In (reiies Its rains. 7When a citizen pjy taxes Ins; to from whatever he support tn his rrnment and receltes protection fmnj it In a more equitanie manner than un- der any either taxation ed. If his earnings Increase his taiea Increase and Justly for be better able tn pay inrrraM'd taxes. If his nates decrease to dn his taxes, and, fortunately for htm. because be Is less able to pay them. There ft tblx strlkinc advantage of a tax oier taxes on bought and sold cflminodltlei. namely the rate can tie raised or lowered to meet the exigen- cies of revenue requirements without consequent disturbance of prices." Tbe report calls attention to the In- come tax law of U94 and argues that It hare been sustained If drawn in tbe form of law now proimsed. That th? proposed tax Is conttltu- tional tbe WSJR and means committee for the following reasons: The proposed tax In a direct tax the property, real or personal, f'f tbe co-partnerships c-r Individuals. a upec.al excite upon tbe carry- ing on nr doing business by such co- pa rtn en hips or Indlrlduals, and if, therefore, needs no apportionment tbe states, according to popii. lation. as required by tho constitution reference to direct fairs. Thr tax fa uniform thnvithorn the United States. The tax U an eidfe be- The tax legislatively rngeniered. .-a dhown by tbe plain lancuage of the till The subject of tai in cond'jct or transaction of ImnlneM aernrd. irir to a uniform line of rtreliions court of the I'nited Slate's a croper subject of exrisp tax. firt that tbe tax Is to measured f'y thf income  arl- oua tcnprt. Ult nlcht dlaapporrd trora Moab. tip to a Utr hour had not btrn aprrehcndrd br KbrrtK W. 1. BUM and Cilr llanh.l IL C. Clark, vho Itla mamlns left on bla trarlt. Qituon. afienl nontha aeo. wai liven a 'floater" wnttnce In 2 Satire court heie, with the Imtrurtlont that itay from the town for two He had been aeen at Tarioua tlnei In the rompin; of Mri. Hurlfj. and mcmtha later returned to Moab. and mat promtljr placed In the count? Jail for thlrtj dan In default of the Ufcotnt of a fine. Rather than tolerate tbe eompaar Gibbon. ti-CommUtloner John n. fac- ing a murder trial for the lllllct of his son-la-law, paid the fine and Uib- aon waa turned Mrs. Hurler left lait nlcbt In a wauon for Monllcjllo. taklnc with her her flre children. Her husband, as soon as he learned of the act. Imme- dlatelr followed, stating that he would (et Uie three elder children. Gibson Is the last of a tamlljr.ot men" who terrorlted the Taller and surro-jndlog rountrr In the earlr days. Three of brothers were tilled In this lectloi. Parents Ask For a Revision of Works of Shakespeare Kew Tork, March New Tork board of education has been asked by a committee of parents from ore of tbe BuHurban tchools to under- tske a reTltion of Shakespeare's works for the of eliminating profanity and language shocklnc to the tentlblllttes rcutbful school children. Tbe committee suggests that tbe board mlfht In some cases "provide some hsrmless to be used In caws ot emergency." The parents eiplaln: "One of tho ranssges containing an objectionable lo mr daugh- ter, a girl of na- ture. tbe illrtatrs of a len- der conscience, and under tbi of her duly.' i'ne went obediently through her lines. She and other pupils were mnch raorll- HEAVY SELLING WIPES OUT WHEAT ADVANCE Chicago. March Heavy sellins of wheat today more than wiped out an early advance due to1 uneipecieJ flrmnets at Uverpool. A prominent southwestern speculator was credited with Disking Mies which aggregated a large total. The opening was 1-8 lo 3.861-! hlpher. Msy started at l.DJ t-S In 1 03 1-4. a gain of 1-4B1-: to !-8M-J. and after some waverln? dropped to "-R. FTospectK of weather eanaett -elkrien in corn, tut the market felt the effect of the setback In wheat. Msy opened hither at 71 1-8 to II and reacted lo 70 There was a rush lo bur oats at tli-s outlet. Tho demand was soon satis- fied though, anl Inncs sellers. Hay ularted 1-1 to 3-8 up at 53 T.-S ti> (t I-l an! Isler descended to 5J 1-4 Hog products airrared ahnnt steady detplle a decline tt the yarils. Ab- sence of selling pressure furnished tie eiplanntion- Klrtt transactions were 1 1-SflT, In.er to 1-J "r. with July delivery. lo fnr pork. JS.f.o lo I-: 'or lard sr.d IJ.M. for ribs. OODEN WMOLESALt PRODUCE (Selling Trice.) Of den. t'tah. March 14. Hatter- Creamery. extra. In cartons. creamery firsts, 3lc; ranch inc. CLeeie Eastern. 17 1-rc: Ltah. Uc; Utah. mild. ICc; Y. A.. 17c, Kanch, per cate of 20 dozen. II Sugar-Care. beet. J6.70. Chicago Produce. Chii-aco, Marrh llini-r Steadv; crran'ciles, Firm; ircelplf. rases: at marV. Included, dlnary Urns. 15; firm. 17 1-21'' is- twins. IT ir.-nc Ameil. cas, 17 hums. 17 1-25' On.'r-a. Oraaia. March II -Cattle- lOr hlflur: American C o mmittcd Serious Mistake of Rescuing Girl New York. March here are searrblng today tor a party of Chinamen who are believed to hare come to tbla country aa the agents of a relldoui order of Chee Foo. for tbe eipress purpose of assassinating Al- fred Scante. a mechanical engineer, who lives tn Brooklyn. who has Hied In China and speaks the tan. guage fairly well, was apprised of bis dsnger through the receipt of threat- ening letters written partly In Chi- nese. One of the letters says: "We have been appointed by the great river god to deliver this mes- sage to you. Yon are responsible for the Yangtse Klang flooda and treat was the sacrifice. In robbing tbe god of his offering vou Invoked bis anger upon our people, who have suffered much since. Prepare for a visit." The receipt of the letter Is regard- ed by the police as tbe result of Scante's act In rescuing Chinese maiden from the Yangtse Klang. while he wss a midshipman on the gnnboat Mlndora In IrOS. It was not until he had the girl safe athore that he learn- ed of tbe Chinese superstition that any one who fell Into the river must be left to be drowned as an offering to tbe river god. Man Who Killed Two Holdups to Paid Tex., March A. Trouwlak-. mnsecxer, who killed twn men mhen they attempted, to mh Koiithrrn train No. 3 near Snademon. Teiao. yesterdar. win be jaid a reward o( KOo and. In addition, will present- M with a sold wstch. ftultatijy In- scribed, If the recommcndatton of Superintendent Taft of the Farm Kxpresn company Is followed. Mr. Taft faf.l he woiild recommenl that tbe (tandine regard flven for the arrest and eontletlon of train l.e awarded to Tronsdale. The ufiul toward Is for each comictlcn. TAFT FORCES ARE SOMEWHAT ALARMED New York, March campalcn headquirlern fnr President Taft's rresidentltl boom will opened at Hfth airnue before the end of the present Tbe oHrrS will be in charre of John Mutch. Innon. Jr., who has at the head o." the shakers' bureau at the Re- publican state committee In this city for t-everal years. The headquarters will a branch of the main Taft LeadrfiiaitcrB In Washington, which Is presided over hv Onjcreissman Me- Klnley. an.] it will take chance of work !n NVw York, New Jersey anl New Kncland. campaien of Is Mr. Iliitrhlnson's object, he nays. "We fhall pet into no controTerKj, fir ob- ject solely to teach the people alone the lines c.f the proMem which Colonel Hoowvell forth H Co- Iambus Iciilatlie. refer, rndiim and recall, the recall ot Judi- cial derisions and other Intern-Mine, tip-to datr will ly ei- ThA Taft fr-rces. It was ?aM tftdsr, have been del I 11 Inn the plan estahlUhlnc a ters in this city. The cf Ihe Roosevelt com mill ee. which clc-ven rooms in the Metropolitan tower, his alarmed the Taft jeurle, it was and prominent orpaniia- Unn men adtifed the president tu let his friends into tho :irld ar.d do a title All of the Important pret-IJential candidate-, tea Quarters in this city. The list Inrlurtes Judce Harmon. (Ifivernnr President Taft anl Ostar W. t'ndrrwood. DARONE55 FAIRFAX DEAD. New York. Marv mirki't tn 10r hlrlur: Klrhy Fairfax. !..in.nMi Kaltfaj ant r.attve steerx. an 1 J nottier of 1-nnl K.iirfax. U tlt-a 1 tt 'll) i hone re i in her "SrJ anl hclleu. I' ''I'. market >'-irllncs. -t r. I "1 City. Kan'a- d" -Cattie llr- r >ear. Fairfax with 1.1 mother when 4 Mra, Fjtrfaa's .ivin Tiff I'alrfm. the bcIJcr the title, ilie-1 :-e.rs as-i, tlip .laucl.ti'r of fr-l-Del KJ. wan! Klrl.j. V. n. A. FARMERS SHOULD NOT GUILD THE ROADS Kansas City, Man h U Working un nwiU Vv fatrnrrf. I" a niutaki- aihl should In opinlo-i of the IMI..TI f Co'irtv lltthwuy Knctnet is in liete. Iniiral tnn.fr ray poll worklDK the roads It was adrocatrd: fur tbe en el nee rs that he should pay.tbe and let 19en- build who know how. (-j -More money aQJ .more Intelligent work are needed'. to make pood roads." said .cme rtclnrer fn his sperch. "The mooer fpcnd each year In a small way Is wasted." TRIAL OF REV. MTARLAND OF GREENVILLE. TENN. Pa, Marth H.-Wstrlct Attorney William BlaVely had com- pleted all today for the trial of IX McFarUnd of Creeniille. Teniu Indicted In connec- tlon vlth the death here of hli former seVreUrj'. Miss Klsle Coc. who as the result of an alleged criminal ope rat Km. The aged minister and ed- ucator, formerly principal of the Pitts- tun; Central school, conferred early with hit bavins here from Tehesaee, where be had char re of a United Presbvtertan mil- lion, without the formality of eitra- dltlon. Court officers hare received scores of applications from rninleters. edu- cators and former puj 111 of Dr. He. Far land for admission to tbe court room. TRAM ON Makes a Journey of 50 Miles to-'Get Back on Us Tracks Trr. Marth Et. Jo- reph Grand Island train of two pines and two Jumped from Its own tracks here late last to the Burlington railroad tracks at a Ing frog and to get back cnto Its own tracks again It became Decenary tn run the train to Atchlson. Kan., and tack, a distance of'fifty miles. Tbe crotc at an acute gle and both en made the change of roads without difficulty, as did one car. but the caboose failed. It was Jacked up and put dn the rails apiln without difficulty, j Charges the Taft People With Dinreputahlc Methods Topeka. ll.--Charclnc that Taft are iiBiQK "tbor- Ouchlv disreptitafcle" methods to feat a presidential primary in Kin- ta.K, and that federal patronage Inj; dancled In the of tbe rnmiuit- leemen for the ramp (Ifner- nor hst niehl rent a to 1'resldvtit Taft asLInc him If up- proved prich met The nor'n telecram In part: "Your and poMHrsl in Kanran mine infans In their power to present Idertttl primaries held in The c-annm and contentinn KM- which prnjouc tn imp tn cure de-lecatea 'or >mi at the national contention at will dUenfran- rhine fully cent of the Rrrihll- tan voters of In reptt tf> ihid trlejtram -uan P. R. Anthony fent follow inc to thf president: "I trujt joij will piy no attention to tbe telegram of rrfriernnr eharfins participation of In district meetinc tndai No rostmtftfr partleipitdt. except the repltnatlrn of William I. chairman thf rcmmitteo was and his hr wan a fpJ-ral offirehnVlf-r. only 1n that I iw of who are RTiiity of Itirnl activity ar" ftt'atc nffirp bj cnvcrnnr StuMn. who had Ixrn cine war op thf r.aMrm] for many SCHOOLTEACHER IS A POLITICIAN KILLED BY Judge, Sheriff and At- torney Shot by Moon- shiners in Virginia Ilillatllle. Va-. March a flame unprecedented outlawry, tbe entlrp human fabric Rf the Carroll countjr circuit court. In todar. was mtped out by tloo. Juvt as Judice Thornton Manle had tentenced Floyd Allen to one year In prison for aiding la the eicape of a county prisoner, two of Allen'i li rot ben and teveral of their frlendi opened with revotveit. JuiJpe fell dead In bit place on tie bench on the first volley. Then tbe were turned on Com- Attorney William Foster and be lanlc to the floor with several bullets In brain, death belnt; In- rtantaneous. Sheriff Webb. who made a frantic effort to reach tfce ringleaders, wat tbot dead l-efore he had taken ten BeTeral of the Jurors who had tried the eaM were woundM serlnuilr. J. H. nianVenthlp probably fatally. Tbe Aliens. Includlnc prisoner acd tbelr friends, after the killing of the sheriff, backed slowly out of room, all would-be runners In check at the of outside they made a daeh for on horseback. A ot cttlxens wae soon In pur- suit, and teporti received here said that one of the mountaineers has wounded In a pitched the Special ofllcers are belnj msbed Into the county to help In running down tbe murderers. Governor Mann holding two companies of mllltla In readiness case the and their friends 'gather recruits In the mountain f-.st- nesaee. lltllsvllle Is In a remote quarter. miles from Ilirren Springs, the near- rat railroad station, and outside help will be in arriving. The scene of the wholesale murder was the quiet little old fashioned rod brick count v court house. Hills Ije'ne the of Carrwll county. There had teen reports that an at- tempt rnlnht Iw madr to Allen, who hlmsnlf had aided a frtend recently to escape from the rounty rfficers. The trial bad In pionreFs for several rtayn. however, wlthniit any Indication lircomlniT piih- llc of the carefully planned plot of the AlUn brother and their associates. Hoyd Allen had hern jrtillty and had fceen called for to- day. The tltlle rnurt room, with Its coal s-Uwf and enulr furniture, was erowded. FMney and .lark Allen wrrp the llmt arrivals anl were teen to take their places near th- ts'l marking tho "nclosme for prisoner and counsel engaged In the Stindlng nearby were their associates and fi.mdA from tbe Blue Kidce mountains. Judge went stout tbe sentencing of the prisoner In the usual matter-of-fact way. but the. words "One jear at hard la-ior" hid scarcely pasuM his lips when them eame the rrark of a revolver. In an Instant (hU was followed by a volley of shots and the Juder. who had part- ly rlnen at flrot shot, fell anl on ihe hawh. and it Is underitonii that Cencrsl Ho. perlntendent Johnson of the Siuthern ITUh la to have cbarto of the two roads as superintendent, appointment tn tbe Cattle Valle> ['O- is not jet annouuced. Robert Howard, veil and known as one of the beat coal oper- ators In tbe state, hai recently been made foreman of the Castle Vallev mines at Mobtland and also atilitant superintendent of the railroad. The Castle Valley and the houthrrn t'Uh rallroada run from Price MohiUnd and Hiawatha, retpcrtlvrly, and handle the coil romlnt from Hlack Hawk. Mohrlaai snd Appermn came from the rr Rio Crunde to these lines. NEW YORKERS FAVOR PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY New York, March ment la made of the organization of tbe "Presidential Primary league" of New York state, which as Mng and formed for the: tole purpose of urging a presi- dential prlmsry. Norman Hapgooi Is president of the league and the vice presidents are "progrrtttre In- dependent" leaders from both Repub- lican and Democratic ranVi throuth- out tbe state. OF IHE mm Steel Cars Have Saved the Lives of Many Passengers New- York, March men here today, commenting on the wreclt rf the Twentieth Century Limited at Poushkeepsle. noted that, although t elettn trains commonly as have Wen wrecked on lie rail- rca4s of the Vnlted States and Canada sinrr January i. the total death lUt is onl) twenty-uoe. That It Is not many times that number Is attributed larpely to the use of ears. In one previous wreck, Itiat of (be State express at Girrlion. N. V., on October 21, 1S97, that number were ktlVd. nearly all the fatalities rinc fn wooden cars. All other fir- turroundluK wreck were almost Identical with of ra STALED. IN utttlrc directly in front tb'- U-nrh and ias nrxt tn succumb to hall of thf outlaws. The AlleriJi and their friends ni'irt have well armed, for it seemrrt to si'fHPtors who escaped froni cntjrt riK'm that fully one hun- dred were fired. TLe Jururs flnirlt durlr.g first Shorn whipping own ciin. for 'hit hsd J'llnM In ihc shnotlnK with an nrl a t (TontlnuM on Sevrn.) GIVEN A MILLION Dozen or More Trains on Union Pacific Are Snow Bound I Denver. March doien nr mure call and westbound in tnowdrlftc In of Ihe wtate line, the local of the t'ninn Paclfir today annrtunc-d that a'! trains exst houni mould for ihr tin heins. The k lFlan'1 easthound. wero ui-on that a lieavy driven hj a huh wind, was prevailing from I imnn. In Phillli'altu Kan Other roirts report their lines open. Hit trains flrinlol. 1. I. March Itonminc (if ranni'M of red tire early thf -i uf II. ton- fur I't'iMiii tu ihe town r: tin'-fl Mr. H.iilo., has or a crairi; at many rerentl) icir.mcil fmrn that joai- lion en ai r rf a'li-fted political ar- thltj. l.ttln n cam- jiafpn 1" K i i' in si a foment, am] Iti the Ii.i.'i of >.-tnrday surrfHf il in seatlrs l.v (n xho il fliicp In il. T.ir marked hy 41- thlty un tt.'- t.iM 'f thu rrhuol'cbU- min> i i went to polling woiked all day m tl> intrust f fh-'ii prtncrval LAWLER rnv March was Irnrisn. that Oscar r, i for the rarem. ir.n.' in t! i I Ai.reliMi dynamite the The rit was nia Mr. flhr.fbfie.il snirt. in ui .lam-.- a i r 11 c r written b v Mr H a nom lime tefore lux .citing that microns ramrron, ni le I his ramernn Kiirn Mr. .TV und bin I Itrcc rcuntr> WEYMAN TO BE INVITED TO HEAD AMERICAN TEAM i man. last >rar, -Ail cluh to l.r.t tonve) i" Illlhop. Me p tt >r Y.tik hU -1 wi'uM tf turn Iti T. iMriratlonxl m Knfland I the. Aero team of will be tortlandt K. I.T nf the r- irh l-'iance commll- -i Mr. r flown In trail. ot NEW ?i.ft HIN7ENOENT. Kit r.' v CANADA'S HNAKCES ARE VERY GOOD rmiiwa. Marrii 11 --Tlr firanrinl utatfmrr.t r.f the to tre f IP Kinanee Minister William T. White. rstlmatcR that tie Marrli ni. will lie the iveonl. ftiM of the ininfjter hts hren a Me to for the nmo.mt expendetl rt'irirc the on the na- tional railway nnl inii'Oitar.t wrrku, f.f A ar.ro tn po !o rrJ-n-- of th" !lc Durlne ;f." months ih-' pripert f'-reicn amtiititfl ha.inr :t ''-'I i'hir.ff'- ar.T.'i-inietl in tN- tsi.r. e T-..I' n trii-'c. v. I- thp pi -I I-TI" !n> had r! 1 Tf f 11- lions JEALOUSY OP THE CHICAGO GAMBLERS Chicapo R.-jr''- ;i" in- ration cif ita-t 't lh.it Hi.' la Uhln.l t it in r "i; Milch m.' T, -it.- Anarchist in Rome Tries to Assassinate Victor Emmanuel Home. Miuch An alttmi.t made to Kins Victor Eni- this morning, tiex t ml ahuts were firtd at the HDK, but all missel ihf-ir taiget and his majrstx unhurt. UU was mrrts-ted. Tbe attempt rn tne klng'H t'fe was made a" bis ma jetty with Quetn Hel- ena was jrolng from the to the Pantheon take part In tbe memorial !n lonorof the late King Hum- bert. The royal carriage was pre- and followed hy an escort ot Tbe procession wat lacslcg the Via when tbiee shots rang out from amid tbe crowd. Tbe soldiers fo'.lnw-lng the car- rlaee immediately dashed forward anl they did so their commander fell from his horse. Tbe wounded officer wan moved 13 one by of bis men. olbeis dasiiH v- to the rojal earri- (e, wbfio they found tLe king anl 
                            

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